Jasmine Gonzalez ran her way into University of the Pacific’s record book.
The junior became the first member of the Tigers’ women’s cross country team to win West Coast Conference runner of the week honors.
Gonzalez led Pacific to a second-place team finish at the Big Wave Invitational in Hawaii. Gonzalez paced the course with a time of 19:03.00, which was 33 seconds faster than last year, to finish first for the Tigers ahead of fellow teammate Saira Purhar.
“I am so proud of Jasmine and her success,” Pacific head coach Josh Jones said. “This is our first WCC runner of the week in program history and it is a great honor. I'm super excited for her. She deserves it.”
GIRLS WATER POLO
Central Catholic 18, McNair 17 (OT)
At Stockton, Liahla Fernandez, who had seven goals, scored 46 seconds into sudden death as the Raiders defeated the Eagles (2-3). Karla Garcia scored eight goals and Nhi Tran four goals for McNair.
BOYS WATER POLO
Central Catholic 14, McNair 11
At Stockton, Jake Dorman scored five goals and Kris Momyer had 14 saves for the Eagles (1-4) in the loss to the Raiders. Carlos Estacio led Central Catholic with five goals.
Escalon 3, Linden 1
At Linden, the Cougars (9-2) won 25-14, 25-9, 22-25, 25-16. Katie Frink had 21 kills, Emily Dondero had 16 digs and Anna Lucostic had 25 assists for the Lions (3-3).