Men's cross country seventh at Fresno State Invitational

Fresno, Calif.----- San Jose State University finished seventh out of seven teams at Fresno Invitational men’s cross country meet.

San Jose State posted a team score of 190 points at the 8,000-meter Woodward Park course. Cal Poly took top team honors with a score of 28 points. All five Mustang runners scored single-digit points in the race. The team with the fewest points is declared the winner.

Ryan Rogers, running in his first meet of the season, was the top Spartan finisher with his time of 26:29. He was 27th overall in the 77-man field.

The team returns to action, Saturday, September 25, at the Stanford Invitational on the Stanford University campus.

Final results from the Fresno State Invitational men’s cross country meet
8,000 meters, Fresno, Calif.

Team scores 1, Cal Poly, 28. 2, Chico State, 47, 3, UC Santa Barbara, 55. 4, California, 137. 5, Santa Clara, 153. 6, CS Sacramento, 156. 7, San Jose State, 190.

Individual leaders 1, Chris Ashley, UC Santa Barbara, 25:13. 2, Bl;ake Swier, Cal Poly, 25:17. 3, Patrick Boivin, Chico State, 25:22. 4, Philip Reid, Cal Poly, 25:25. 5, Scott Bauhs, unattached, 25:25.

San Jose State finishers 27, Ryan Rogers, 26:29. 54, Mobin Ghoury, 27:43. 65, Justin Chaudoin, 29:18. 71, Adrian Alcaraz, 30:04. 74, Chase Hartman, 31:10. 75, Chris Vargas, 31:11.