UCLA had a perfect score of 15 in the D-I results, as did the D-III and D-VI Champions, LaVerne and Pima CC. The Tritons narrowly edged out Cal State L.A. by one point, as the Tritons scored 30 points to the Golden Eagles’ 31.
If the race was scored without any divisional breakdown, UCLA would have scored 30 points, followed by Cal State L.A.’s 60 and UC San Diego’s 63 points.
Karla Alburez of CSULA was the top overall individual finisher on the women’s side, finishing the race in a time of 22:41.2, three seconds faster than UCSD Alumni runner Julie Swail. Olga Aulet-Leon and Nicole Pennes of UCLA finished third and fourth, respectively while Sarah Apgar of
UCSD junior Diane Dunn was the top finisher for the Tritons, crossing the finish line in a time of 22:49.4, giving her sixth place overall. Emily McGregor and Amanda Burkhardt were the next two UC
No team or individual awards were handed out after the men’s race as all the individual results were deemed unofficial due to a course discrepancy, pending further review.
The top runner in the men’s race was Bobby Olivera who finished the 8k course with an unofficial time of 25:48.6. Freshman Jesse Morrill was the top UCSD runner, crossing the finish line in an unofficial time of 26:14.6. The Tritons' Max Mullender finished right behind Morrill with his unofficial time of 26:17.8.
The UCSD men’s and women’s cross country teams will be back in action in two weeks, hosting the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships on the same course on October 21. The men will race at , followed by the women at