Cal Poly senior Chris Frias broke a 31-year school record in the 10,000-meter run at the Stanford Invitational this season
Former Cal Poly athlete Sharon Day-Monroe broke the American record in the pentathlon last month.
After posting top-10 finishes at the NCAA West Regional this past weekend, Cal Poly cross-country runners sophomore Laura Hollander and senior Chris Frias were selected to compete at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. on Nov. 23.
The Cal Poly men’s cross country team claimed its 13th Big West Conference title Saturday, while the women’s squad captured its fifth.
There’s a Ford pickup truck parked 10 feet in front of him. Sean Davidson sits on an aluminum bench, his back against the yellow plastered walls of Mott Athletics Center.
Cal Poly’s fall head coaches include Sam Crosson, Mark Conover, Tim Walsh, Paul Holocher and Alex Crozier.
As junior runner Chris Frias toed the line for last weekend’s 10,000-meter run at the Big West Conference Championships in Northridge, there was one thing on his mind.
Despite losses from the Cal Poly track and field team on both the men’s and women’s sides to UC Santa Barbara, Saturday’s performances yielded some positive results in its last dual meet of the season — most notably John Prader’s recording-breaking leap in the pole vault — as the team prepares to partake in the 2013 Big West Conference Championships.
In the 2012 cross country season, true freshman Laura Hollander raised more than a few people’s eyebrows.
Mustang Daily Staff Report firstname.lastname@example.org It’s time for the sport that not many people are aware exists. The time of year has come for women’s indoor track. The women’s indoor […]
Mustang Daily Staff Report email@example.com Not one, but two Big West championship titles. A true freshman with All-American honors. Director of track and field/cross country, Mark Conover, and his two […]