Huruy Zeratsion was the team's top finisher in 69th place.
Jenny Sandoval led the team with a 30th place finish.
This was the first time five of the six Spartans who competed in Albuquerque had raced in a collegiate conference championship.
Jenny Sandoval is the first Spartans' women's cross country runner to earn All-Mountain West honors.
In four races this year Jenny Sandoval has finished no worse than sixth place.
Brad Wick enters his eighth season coaching and third as the Spartans assistant coach overseeing cross country, and the distance/middle distance track athletes.
Prior to San Jose State, Wick served as the cross country coach at Boise State from 2008-2013. In cross country, Wick has coached three conference Freshman of the Year, 11 first-team all-conference honorees and 13 second-team cross country honorees.
Wick lead Boise State to its first men's WAC cross country title in 2010 and in 2012 had the men's and women's teams both in the top 10 in the West Region for the first time in school history.
On the track, Wick has directed his athletes to many successes. Under Wick's guidance his runners have captured 12 individual conference titles including sweeping the women's long distance events (5,000-meters, 10,000-meters and 3,000-meter steeplechase) at the 2013 Mountain West Championships by three different athletes. One of those athletes was Emma Bates, who was crowned 3rd in the 10,000m and 7th in the 5,000m at the 2013 NCAA Championships. In total, Wick has coached his distance athletes to 83 all-conference honors during the indoor and outdoor track seasons as well as 19 performances that
earned NCAA first round qualification.
Prior to arriving at Boise State, Wick served as the assistant coach for the men's cross country and distance track team at the University of Minnesota for three years. There he helped coach several members of the Minnesota cross-country program to success at the national level. With the Gophers he assisted in coaching five cross country All-Americans and an eighth place team finish at the 2007 NCAA Cross Country Championships.
The Elk River, Minn., native completed a Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Minnesota in 2007 after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and minors in Coaching and Health Education in 2004 at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Wick is also USA Track and Field Level 2 coaching certified in Endurance.
Wick now calls San Jose, Calif., home.