After a great run, Head Cross Country Coach Alicia Longyear is stepping down from the helm and making way for veteran Citrus Assistant Coach Alan Waddington. Waddington, a long time presence on the Citrus Cross Country teams, take...
The Citrus College Cross Country teams have been running races all over the state for decades, but in the last decade they have been quite a bit homesick. That's because it's been a decade since Citrus hosted...
Fresno, CA - Citrus College freshman cross country runner Marissa Montoya warpped up the 2016 Citrus College Cross Country season on Saturday morning at the 2016 California Community College Athletic Association State Cross Country Campionships at Woodward Park in Fresno. Montoya saved her best effort for last posting a personal record time of 20:24.7 on the course.
Orange, CA - For the fourth straight year, the Citrus College Women’s Cross Country team will have at least one representative at the California Community College Athletic Association State Championships. Freshman Marissa Montoya qualified to represent the Owls in Fresno after finishing in 75th place against nearly 200 runners.
Oxnard, CA - The Citrus College Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams closed out their 2016 regular season on Friday afternoon at the 2016 Western State Conference Championships host by Oxnard College on their campus. The Women finished in a steady 10th place, while the men were 12th. The women’s team and a few male individuals now wait to find out their fate next Sunday when the berths for the 2016 Southern California Championships will be announced.
San Bernardino, CA - With most of their teammates out due to injury or illness, the Citrus College Cross Country team headed out to the 2016 San Bernardino Valley College Invitational on Friday short-handed. The Owls didn’t have enough runners to score for either the men or women, and were missing two of their top three runners on the men’s side and their top three runners on the women’s side at the event. Despite that, those that ran showed strength in adversity with all seven participating runners posting personal bests on the afternoon.
Bakersfield, CA - The Citrus College Women’s and Men’s Cross Country program’s went toe to toe with the rest of the Western State Conference on Friday afternoon in the WSC Preview hosted by Bakersfield College. While the Owls didn’t finish in the top half on either side they did have some positives in the race at Kern County Soccer Park.