Courtesy of Paisano Media

Courtesy of Paisano Media

The UTSA Roadrunner cross country teams traveled to College Station Saturday, Oct. 19, to race in the Arturo Barrios Invitational hosted by Texas A&M University. The women’s team placed 24th with a score of 693, while the men placed 25th with a score of 730.

Junior Amber Boyd led the women’s team, with a time of 22 minutes and 22.2 seconds in the 6k, earning 95th place. With a time of 23:18:02, senior Gabby Gonzalez earned 161st place. Following Gonzalez was sophomore Marissa Martinez, with a 200th place finish and a time of 24:01.2, along with senior Sarah Estrada recording a time of 24:41.5, earning 218th place. Soon after Estrada’s finish, sophomore Abby Balli finished in 220th place with a time of 24:44.5. Completing the women’s line up was sophomore Brooke Lomax in 226th place, recording a time of 25:21.4.

With four top-200 finishers, the men’s team was led by junior Matthew David, who claimed 138th place with a time of 26:07.8 in the 8k. Following David was senior Martin Leuvano with a time of 26:22.4, placing 159th. Senior Pedro Sepulveda placed 160th, recording a time of 26:24.6, sophomore Jake Smith finished in 179th place in 26:42.9, and sophomore JD Corona recorded a time of 27:55.6 for 212th place. To finish the men’s lineup, senior Garrett Fowler ran a time of 28:40.3 to place 221st.

The ‘Runner cross country teams will be in Bowling Green, Kentucky, on Nov. 2, to compete in the Conference USA Championships hosted by Western Kentucky

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