Burrola-Diaz, a senior-to-be, posted a time of 33:49.5, more than two minutes ahead of Dundun’s clocking of 35:50.2. Throne, heading into his sophomore season, was third at 36:00.2. Dundun’s second-place finish was his second top-10 placing in the last three weeks of spring open course running.
Only six other male entries had a time less than 40:00.0.
San Jose State finishers
1. Jose Burreola-Diaz, 33:49.5.
2. Sean Dundun, 35:30.2.
3. Gordie Throne, 36:00.2