The Pasadena City College Women’s Cross Country Season Concludes

Raylin Galvan was PCC’s top runner in 2017. The Pasadena City College women’s cross country team closed out the 2017 season with only four runners competing at the Southern California Championships held November 3 at Central Park in Santa Clarita. The Lancers had originally qualified as an at-large berth but were not able to get […]

Raylin Galvan was PCC’s top runner in 2017.

The Pasadena City College women’s cross country team closed out the 2017 season with only four runners competing at the Southern California Championships held November 3 at Central Park in Santa Clarita. The Lancers had originally qualified as an at-large berth but were not able to get the required runners (five) needed to score as a team.

PCC had finished in 20th place at the SoCal Preview Meet back in September. At the SoCal Championships, Raylin Galvan was PCC’s fastest racer as she covered the 5-kilometer course in a time of 22 minutes, 27.5 seconds, a 20-second improvement from her time at the Preview meet. She placed 103rd overall, just ahead of teammate Yasmeen Barrios (104th) who ran 22:32.3. Barrios had an impressive improvement of a minute, 14 seconds from her previous Central Park time.

Vanessa Monrreal placed 137th (187 total runners) at 24:16.6 (33-second improvement) while Melissa Olivas crossed in 155th (25:05.9, an improvement of 1:37 overall).

PCC women’s cross country is coached by Innocent Egbunike, who finished his second year in charge of the program.

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