The Pasadena City College men's cross country team was pleased with a 13th place team finish out of 32 scoring colleges at the SoCal Preview Meet held September 16 at Irvine Regional Park.
The Lancers had a new top finisher in freshman Eduardo Urbina (Duarte High), who placed 57th (22:05.4) overall out of 317 runners over the 4-mile course. Sophomore Nathan-Michael Guzman closed just behind Urbina in 59th (22:06.9).
PCC was fourth among South Coast Conference team finishers as Mt. San Antonio was third, El Camino 9th, and Cerritos 12th. Riverside won the meet title while San Bernardino Valley's Luis Ortega was the race winner in 20:31.6.
Other Pasadena scoring runners were Marcelo Ramirez (103rd, 22:48.2), Armando Solis (119th, 22:58.3), Christian Alcala (124th, 23:03.2), Eric Bravo (125th, 23:04.4). Also racing for the Lancers were Jacob Reyes (237th, 24:54.8), Milton Lamar (253rd, 25:31.1), Tymel Minter (257th, 25:34.6), and Jeremy Alvarenga (288th, 27:22.8).