Cougars Set For Pac-12 XC Championships
PAC-12 CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Friday, March 5 | University Place, Wash. | Chambers Creek Park
Women's Race | 11:00 a.m. (PT)
Men's Race | 12:00 p.m. (PT)
The Washington State women's and men's cross country programs prepare to travel to University Place, Wash. to compete in the 2020-21 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships this Friday, March 5. The women's race will begin the day at 11 a.m., followed by the men's race at noon. Chambers Creek Park and the city these races will take place is University Place, Wash. which is about an hour south of Seattle. This is also where the 2015 US Open was played, as the cross country course will overlap a small portion of the actual golf course.
The entries list for the WSU women will be: Kiyena Beatty, Samantha Boyle, Jelena Grujic, Zorana Grujic, Caroline Jerotich, Neema Kimtai, Kerstin Ly, Erin Mullins, Pia Richards, Geneva Schlepp, and Alaina Stone Boggs.
The entries list for the Cougar men is: Amir Ado, Brian Barsaiya, Cooper Cortinas, Jacob Easton, Sam Griffith, Zak Kindl, Pascal Kleyer, Ethan Martin, Jacob Nicholson, Kennan Schrag, Zach Stallings, and Matthew Watkins.
LAST TIME OUT
Battle Born Collegiate Challenge
The Washington State women's cross country program competed in the Battle Born Collegiate Challenge Friday morning, hosted by UNLV at the Craig Ranch Regional Park. WSU was led on the day once again by freshman Neema Kimtai who posted a 26th place finish overall with a time of 20:30.1. Kimtai was followed by teammate Erin Mullins in 36th place overall, recording a time of 20:44.8 at the Craig Ranch Regional Park. Zorana Grujic and Jelena Grujic were next across the finish line for Washington State, as Zorana recorded a time of 21:25.0 (68th) and Jelena finished just behind her sister at 21:31.0.
Rounding out the remainder of the field for Washington State was Caroline Jerotich with a time of 21:41.9 (79th), Alaina Stone Boggs at 21:42.3 (80th), Pia Richards at 22:29.4 (94th), Samantha Boyle clocking a time of 22:50.6 (98th), and finally Kerstin Ly at 22:55.9 (99th) on the day at Texas Tech.
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