Five Western New Mexico University cross country runners competed at the California Collegiate Invite that was hosted by UC San Diego. The Mustangs will return to the area to run at the Triton Invite this Saturday, before finishing the spring season on Apr. 20 in Azusa at the Bryan Clay Invite.

Michael Anzures (Seboyeta, NM/Grants) put together a strong day as he competed in both the 800 and 1,500 as his time in the 1,500 was a personal record. Anzures grabbed a time of 4:08.79 in the 1,500 to place 12th. He added a time of 2:01.14 in the 800 to cross in 14th.

Dorian Carrasco (Clint, TX/Clint) and Roberto Cota (Tucson, AZ/Pueblo Magnet) each competed in the 5,000 as Carrasco posted a time of 15:43.59 to come in 11th, while Cota was right behind in 13th with a time of 15:52.80 which was a season best for him.

Armondo Antonio (Tucson, AZ/) added a season best performance in the 10,000 as he posted a time of 34:42.80 to come in second.

Kayla Noriega (Albuquerque, NM/Cibola) was the only Lady Mustang to compete as she ran in the 5,000 and put together a new personal record with a time of 19:55.15 which placed her fifth.

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