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Bulldog men match program best finish as they take second at WCC Championships...

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nevada-- In its first meet of the 2020-21 season, the Gonzaga men's cross country team managed to place its five scorers inside the top twenty, and knocked off the nation's number eight team en route to a second place finish at the West Coast Conference championship meet at Craig Ranch Regional Park Wednesday morning. The team was led by the duo of James Mwaura (59) and Yacine Guemali (photo courtesy Gonzaga Athletics) , who finished second and fourth, respectively over the 8k course. Mwaura crossed the line in 23:03, with Guemali five seconds back at 23:08. Freshman Wil Smith was the third man in at 23:47, good for 11th place, followed by Peter Hogan in 16th at 23:55, and Evan Bates in 19th at 24:14. Afterwards, Mwaura said. "Our goal was to finish in the top-two, with the idea of getting into nationals. We executed our plan well and achieved our goal. Honestly, I wanted to win, but for my first race in 465 days, I am happy and proud of how I ran." &

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