Cardinal Men & Women Race To Victories At NCAA West Regionals

Nov. 13, 2004

Fresno, CA - Alicia Craig captured the NCAA West Regional individual cross country title for a third straight season to lead powerful top-ranked Stanford to the team title for a sixth straight season on Saturday at Woodward Park.

Craig ran the 6,000 meter course in a time of 20:03. Arizona State's Amy Hastings finished second in 20:14. Four Stanford runners finished in the Top 7 as the Cardinal took the team title with 29 points. Arizona State was second with 45 points. Anita Siraki finished third (20:17) while Teresa McWalters placed fifth (20:37) and Katy Trotter placed seventh (20:47).

The Cardinal men, ranked second in the nation, also enjoyed a successful day as they won the NCAA Regional title for a ninth straight season. Stanford tallied 49 points to defeat Arizona State by 19 points. Ryan Hall, who finished second last year, paced the Cardinal victory with a first place showing over 10,000 meters (30:07). Two other Cardinal runners finished in the Top 10. Neftalem Araia finished third (30:16) while Jonathan Pierce placed tenth (30:41).

The Stanford men and women will now seek to defend their NCAA titles in 2003 with the upcoming National Championships on Nov. 22 in Terre Haute, In.

Complete results available at www.gobulldogs.com

Men's Results
Team Results (21 teams)

1. Stanford 49; 2. Arizona State 68; 3. Cal Poly 86; 4. UCLA 114; 5. Portland 140; 6. Oregon 196; 7. Washington 209; 8. Arizona 213; 9. Washington State 253; 10. UC Santa Barbara 263; 11. UC Irvine 299; 12. California 312; 13. Cal State Fullerton 347; 14. Eastern Washington 368; 15. Long Beach state 412

Individual Results (10,000 meters, 151 runners)1. Ryan Hall (Stanford) 30:07; 2. Robert Cheseret (Arizona) 30:12; 3. Neftalem Araia (Stanford) 30:16; 4. Aaron Aguayo (Arizona State) 30:23; 5. Forest Braden (Boise State) 30:28; 6. Jon Rankin (UCLA) 30:30; 7. John Moore (Portland) 30:37; 8. Juan Reyes (Arizona State) 30:38; 9. Eric Logsdon (Oregon) 30:41; 10. Jonathan Pierce (Stanford) 30:41; 11. Ryan Andrus (Oregon) 30:43; 12. Erik Emilsson (UCLA) 30:43; 13. Blake Swier (Cal Poly) 30:44; 14. David Vidal (Stanford) 30:47; 15. Luke Llamas (Cal Poly) 30:49

Other Stanford Runners: 24. Brett Gotcher 31:08; 31. Chris Emme 31:21; 35. Neil Davis 31:25

Women's Results
Team Results (28 teams)

1. Stanford 29; 2. Arizona State 45; 3. UC Santa Barbara 92; 4. Idaho 140; 5. Washington 143; 6. UCLA 151; 7. Arizona 245; 8. Oregon 272; 9. Cal Poly 278; 10. Washington State 320; 11. UC Irvine 334; 12. Portland 362; 13. Cal State Fullerton 424; 14. USC 432; 15. USF 438

Individual Results (6,000 meters, 199 runners)
1. Alicia Craig (Stanford) 20:03; 2. Amy Hastings (Arizona State) 20:14; 3. Anita Siraki (Stanford) 20:17; 4. Desi Davila (Arizona State) 20:36; 5. Teresa McWalters (Stanford) 20:37; 6. Victoria Jackson (Arizona State) 20:45; 7. Katy Trotter (Stanford) 20:47; 8. Lauren Christman (UC Santa Barbara) 20:48; 9. Laura Harmon (Oregon) 20:52; 10. Letiwe Marakurwa (Idaho) 21:02; 11. Iryna Vashchuk (USC) 21:02; 12. Stephanie Rothstein (UC Santa Barbara) 21:03; 13. Jeane Goff (Stanford) 21:07; 14. Anna Masinelli (Arizona State) 21:09; 15. Mary Kamau (Idaho) 21:10

Other Stanford Runners: 21. Amanda Trotter 21:20; 44. Shannon Bergstedt 21:45

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