- Eight NAIA Men's National Meets (5 Top 10 finishes)
- Five NAIA District Men's Championships (1977, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992)
- One NCCAA Women's National Championship (1988)
- Nine NAIA Women's National Meets (6 Top 10 finishes)
- Six NAIA Women's District Championships (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)
- One Cascade Conference Women's Championship (1994)
- Two NAIA Region Coaches of the Year
- 10 Conference / District Coaches of the Year
- 23 All-Americans (6 men, 17 women)
- 53 Academic All-Americans (18 men, 35 women)
A Winning Tradition
Photo Taken By: Jake Ryan
By: Ryan Lackey
BROOKS, Ore. --- The Bruins hosted the 2015 George Fox XC Classic on Saturday, and both the men's and women's teams turned in encouraging and consistent performances.
Amid a field of eight teams in the 8k, the men finished in fourth overall with a score of 107. As a team, the men finished less than a minute behind the third-place Linfield Wildcats, familiar Northwest Conference foes. The Bruins recorded a team average of 27:26.
Lane Community College won the men's division with a 55, averaging 27:02.
Individually, Bryant Quinn had an excellent day, pacing the men and placing sixth – the Bruins' highest finish of the day – despite not setting a PR. His 26:40.3 was just a tenth of a second behind the fifth-place finisher. Behind Quinn, Christian Parr finished 20th, running a 27:24 in a very closely packed group.
Riley Bushnell's 29:55 won him 76th.
In a day of duos, Winter Tumbaga and Zach Bibb also finished back-to-back: Tumbaga in 80th with a 30:14 and Bibb in 81st at 30:29.
After Tumbaga and Bibb were Marcus Mateo (85th, 30:53), Jonathan Coleman (88th, 31:25), and Shea Krevi (92nd, 33:18).
Ryan Jones of the UO Running Club won the men's division at 25:59.
The women also finished fourth in the 5k with a score of 87, seconds behind third-place Northwest University, with a team average of 20:19.
The UO Running Club won the women's division.
Taylor Suwa also had a good day, recording a 20:42 and coming in 25th. Raychel Rojas, in 29th, ran a 20:53. In 34th, Ashley Voss finished in 21:10; Jenna Hills was seconds behind at 21:23, good for 36th. Caitlin Kereszturi was 41st at21:41.
The unaffiliated Amber Rozchicha won the women's 5k at 18:16.
What Comes Next:
Next Saturday, the Bruins head to Estacada for the Lewis & Clark Invitational.