Enriquez, Zator Re-Write School Record Books at Stanford Invitational
Chris Enriquez ran the program's fastest 5000m time since 1987
April 4, 2014
STANFORD, Calif. - Sophomore Chris Enriquez and senior Hillary Zator each had record-setting performances Friday evening at the Stanford Invitational. Enriquez broke a 36-year old school record in the men's 5000m, while Zator posted the top 10000m time in women's program history.
Enriquez crossed the finish line in a lifetime-best 14:07.30 to place 14th in Section 3. He recorded the fastest time by a 49er since Rich McCandless set the old record of 14:10.48 in 1978. Enriquez has continued to build off a strong fall season where he qualified for the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
Zator clocked in with a personal-best 35:12.22. She shaved 51 seconds off her previous best and topped the school record by nearly seven seconds. Zator was an All-Big West performer in the 10K last year and earned all-conference honors during the 2013 cross country season.
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