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Release: 03/30/2013
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LA JOLLA, Calif. --- California Baptist University's track team capped off the second and final day of the Cal-Nevada Championships earlier today in La Jolla, Calif.

The Lancer men tied for 12th place overall at the competition and beat nine other division II and division I teams.

Lucas Graham finished second in the 1500m run and clocked an outstanding time of 3:56.40.  Graham missed the first place mark by .42 seconds, falling short to Jaun Paredes of UC Santa Barbara.

Chase Williams posted an impressive time of (1:52.31) in the 800m run and finished fourth out nine runners.

Trevor Henson placed 12th out of 22 in the 3000m Steeplechase and posted a respectable time of 9:45.86 for the Lancers.

Garrett Williams finished the 3k Steeplechase with a time of 10:13.61 for CBU.

 

The CBU women finished 15th overall out of 22 teams and posted multiple quality times.

Natalie Ball placed 16th out of 34 competitors in the 1500m run and clocked a solid time of 4:43.63.

Naomi Van Setten finished seventh out of 20 runners in the 3k Steeplechase (10:59.13) and Bethany Bilton capped off the 3k Steeplechase for CBU with a time of 12:15.67.

“Watching CBU athletes competing in the front of all the races at a meet of this caliber is exciting,” Said CBU Head Coach Ben Gall.  “Our team continues to show they’re capable of competing with anyone.  I am very proud of the progress we’re making as a team and we will be prepared for the conference championships in a month.”

CBU competes again on April 6 at the Cal State San Marcos Mangrum Invite in San Marcos, Calif.


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