UCCS Remains Fourth as Regional Top 10 Stays the Same

By Ashley Sikora published October 1, 2013

NEW ORLEANS - The top 10 teams remained unchanged this week as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's cross country team ranked fourth in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association South Central Regional Polls released Tuesday morning.

Angie Martell, Veronica Sandoval, Lina Arista, Alyssa Andrews, and Alyssa Wendt all finished strong at the Erik Anderson Invitational in Spokane, Wash., on Sept. 21. The Mountain Lions finished second among Division II teams and fourth among the 17 collegiate teams.

UCCS will be competing in the final meet before the championship season on Saturday, Oct.  5, at the Metro State Invitational in Denver, Colo. The six-kilometer race will be held at Washington Park.  

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