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All 19 WCC Programs Set to Compete in NCAA Cross Country Regionals

Nov. 13, 2014

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2014 WCC MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP   |  2014 WCC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP  

SAN BRUNO, Calif. – All 19 West Coast Conference teams will compete in 2014 NCAA Cross Country Regionals Friday, November 14. Seventeen WCC programs will converge on the Stanford Golf Course for the West Regional in Palo Alto, while BYU’s men’s and women’s teams will compete in the Mountain Regional in Albuquerque, N.M. <> No. 8 Portland men, the 2014 WCC Champions, will headline for the conference at the West Regional, while the No. 15 BYU men and the 2014 WCC Women’s Champion BYU will contend in the Mountain Regional.

STARTING GUN – WEST REGIONAL: 11:00 a.m. (PT) – Women 6K; 12:00 p.m. Men 10K
STARTING GUN – MOUNTAIN REGIONAL: 11:00 a.m. (PT) – Women 6K; 12:00 p.m. Men 10K

BROADCAST INFORMATION: Unlike the 2014 West Coast Conference Cross Country Championships, neither NCAA Regional will feature a live video stream. The WCC broadcast its fourth consecutive cross country championship in 2014 on its official digital platform, TheW.tv.

WCC IN THE WEST REGIONAL
(Programs and student-athletes in bold will compete in the NCAA West Regional)

MEN
Team: 1, Portland 28
; 2, BYU 31; 3, Gonzaga 109; 4, San Francisco 124; 5, Santa Clara 134; 6, Loyola Marymount 150; 7, Saint Mary’s 165; 8, San Diego 150; 9, Pepperdine 280.

Individual leaders: 1, David Perry (Portland) 23:25.4; 2, Scott Fauble (Portland) 23:26.1; 3, Jonathan Nelson (BYU) 23:57.6; 4, Reid Buchanan (Portland) 23:28.9; 5, Conner Peloquin (BYU) 23:31.0.

WOMEN
Team:
1, BYU 36; 2, Portland 57; 3, Loyola Marymount 65; 4, San Francisco 93; 5, Gonzaga 114; 6, San Diego 191; 7, Santa Clara 225; 8, Pacific 236; 9, Pepperdine 237; 10, Saint Mary’s 256.

Individual leaders: 1, Tansey Lystad (Portland) 19:39.1; 2, Carrie Jube (BYU) 19:48.7; 3, Danielle Shanahan (LMU) 19:50.7; 4, Andrea Harrison (BYU) 19:55.2; 5, Grace Graham-Zamudio (LMU) 20:03.2.

WCC IN THE MOUNTAIN REGIONAL
(Programs and student-athletes in bold will compete in the NCAA West Regional)

MEN
Team: 1, Portland 28; 2, BYU 31; 3, Gonzaga 109; 4, San Francisco 124; 5, Santa Clara 134; 6, Loyola Marymount 150; 7, Saint Mary’s 165; 8, San Diego 150; 9, Pepperdine 280.

Individual leaders: 1, David Perry (Portland) 23:25.4; 2, Scott Fauble (Portland) 23:26.1; 3, Jonathan Nelson (BYU) 23:57.6; 4, Reid Buchanan (Portland) 23:28.9; 5, Conner Peloquin (BYU) 23:31.0.

WOMEN
Team: 1, BYU 36
; 2, Portland 57; 3, Loyola Marymount 65; 4, San Francisco 93; 5, Gonzaga 114; 6, San Diego 191; 7, Santa Clara 225; 8, Pacific 236; 9, Pepperdine 237; 10, Saint Mary’s 256.

Individual leaders: 1, Tansey Lystad (Portland) 19:39.1; 2, Carrie Jube (BYU) 19:48.7; 3, Danielle Shanahan (LMU) 19:50.7; 4, Andrea Harrison (BYU) 19:55.2; 5, Grace Graham-Zamudio (LMU) 20:03.2.

ABOUT NCAA CROSS COUNTRY REGIONALS: The top two teams in each of the men’s and women’s races, as well as the top four individuals not on those teams (as long as they place in the top 25) will earn passage to the NCAA Championships on Nov. 22 in Terre Haute, Ind.

Nine regionals across the country will automatically qualify 18 teams and 36 individuals for each gender. In addition, 13 teams and two individuals will be selected at-large by an NCAA subcommittee on Saturday.