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Enriquez, Zator Re-Write School Record Books at Stanford Invitational

Chris Enriquez ran a school-record 14:07.3 in the 5000m Friday at the Stanford Invitational.

April 4, 2014

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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.

Long Beach State continues its stay at the Stanford Invite on Saturday, April 5, as Caitlin Turner and Chris Low are set to compete in the 800m.



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