Women's Cross Country 20th at NCAA West Regional Championships

Fresno, Calif. - Junior Ana Martinez finished 57th individually to lead San Jose State University to a 20th place finish at the 2000 NCAA West Region Women's Cross Country Championships held at Woodward Park.

Martinez posted a time of 22:16. Lisa Aguilera of Arizona State finished first with a time of 20:16.

Stanford won the team title with a score of 58. San Jose State scored 565 points.

"All of our scorers will be back next year," said cross country coach Augie Argabright.

NCAA West Region Women's Cross Country Championships
Woodward Park, Fresno, Calif.
6,000 meters

Team Scores
1. Stanford     	58
2. Arizona State        68
3. Arizona      	126
4. Oregon       	169
5. Washington   	170
6. Cal Poly     	187
7. Washington State     188
8. UCLA 		199
10. Idaho       	221
11. Portland    	274
12. UC Santa Barbara    347
13. Hawaii      	380
14. Boise State 	393
15. CS Sacramento       467
16. San Diego State     492
17. Portland State      500
18. Fresno State        512
19. Gonzaga     	520
20. San Jose State      565
21. CS Northridge       617
22. CS Fullerton        646
23. Santa Clara		657
24. Saint Mary's        671
25. Pepperdine  	752
26. Pacific     	773

San Jose State Finishers
57. Ana Martinez        22:16
78. Janina Crain        22:43
138. Laurel Stender     24:12
143. Kimberly Nebeker   24:21
149. Jeanette Najera    24:34
151. Johanna Ballantine 24:36
162. Megan Stone        25:27