Men's Cross Country 14th at NCAA West Regional Championships

Fresno, Calif. - Senior Trevor Marca finished in 51st place leading the
San Jose State University men's cross country team to a 14th place team
finish at the 2000 NCAA West Regional Championships.



Marca posted a time of 32:22 on the 10,000 meter Woodward Park
Course. Stanford's Jonathan Riley finished first overall with a time of
30:40 to help the Cardinal capture the men's team championship.



"This is the best we've ever placed since I've been here," said
San Jose State University cross country coach Augie Argabright. "With only
nine guys, two scholarships and no track, this is a fantastic
accomplishment."



The Spartans concluded the 2000 season at the regional championships.



NCAA West Region Men's Cross Country Championships

Woodward Park, Fresno, Calif.

10,000 meters


Team Scores
1. Stanford 58
2. Arizona 62
3. Cal Poly 114
4. Oregon 122
5. Arizona State 128
6. Portland 150
7. UCLA 167
8. Washington 207
9. UC Santa Barbara 230
10. California 269
11. Washington State 321
12. Fresno State 389
13. Boise State 390
14. San Jose State 421
15. CS Fullerton 431
16. CS Sacramento 446
17. Eastern Washington 461
18. Santa Clara 494
19. San Diego 553
20. Pepperdine 606
21. Portland State 622

San Jose State Finishers
51. Trevor Marca 32:22
75. Matthew Heard 33:12
78. Jesse McLeod 33:23
102. Jason Blair 34:22
115. William Crane 34:56
125. Erik Wackenstedt 36:39
129. Robert Phillip 36:10