Women's team of Amy Schnittger, Ayla Granados, Tori Tsolis, Lauren Schultz, and Victoria O'Neil finished 12th; Collin Leibold earned 33rd individually.
Ben Mears finished 21st and Tania Morimoto 16th for new personal bests of 2:25 and 2:47 respectively.
New club best for Ayla Granados in 10th (16:10), and matching 3rd PA place for both her and Matt Leach, leading a cascade of seven PRs in the elite 5K. Tania Morimoto won the 10K, and Melinda DiNapoli was 4th in the open 5K.
Collin Leibold was 3rd and Lauren Schultz 10th.
Victoria O'Neil notched her first post-collegiate win.
April Greer took first in her age group.
Nissequogue River State Park Turkey Trot (King's Park, NY)
Aneesh Sampath finished 6th.
Forever Young 5K (Brightwaters, NY)
Mary Liz McCurdy ran sub six pace for her first 5K this year.
Matt Lenehan took 5th.
Women won seventh straight, led by Amy Schnittger, sixth different female individual winner for the team. Men's team were runners-up for the first time, led by Trevor Halsted in 6th.
Tania Morimoto and Trevor Halsted took third, with Ben Mears 5th.
Collin Leibold and Amy Schnittger won, with Ayla Granados, Tori Tsolis, Maggie Yount, and Evan Appel all in the top 7 individuals.
Victoria O'Neil took third in a debut effort.
Kaitlin Goodman won comfortably in 1:16.
Courtney Heiner took second.
Lauren Schultz took 5th.
Fast course conditions yielded quick times for Leach, Halsted, Leibold, Appel, Bünz, and Tsolis.
Lauren Schultz won in her opening fall race.
Kaitlin Goodman took top 10 US to lead the team to a third place team finish. First road 10Ks for Amy Schnittger (24th), and Ayla Granados.
Caitlin Chrisman took 14th place in a new personal best of 2:38:47. Justus and Elle Meyer both earned top 20 in their age groups in recreational efforts.
Courtney Heiner earned a spot in the top 25.
Matt Leach notched a strong debut in 8th place at 66:51, while Ben Mears hit his target time at 1:09.
Bryan Crook took the win in a road PR, Amy Schnittger and Tori Tsolis went 1-2 on the women's side in strong road 5K openers.
Trevor Halsted, Evan Appel, Collin Leibold, and Kevin Bishop posted a strong presence, led by Halsted in a Stanford course PR in 19th place.
Stephanie Pancoast took second place in the Open wave of the Olympic Distance event.
Kirk Scheibelhut took home his second straight GP top-10 with a seventh place finish.
Courtney Heiner won for the second year in a row.
Collin Leibold tested the waters in his first post-collegiate national championships, taking 26th.
Courtney Heiner opened her 2016 XC season with a rust-busting effort.
Matt Lenehan took home the victory.
Amy Schnittger won her second PAUSATF Cross Country race of the year.
Benedikt Bünz participated in a controlled effort as he begins fall training.
Ayla Granados took home the women's title.
Marco Bertolotti finished his season with a 4th place, 1st Finn finish in the very tactical 1500m, running 2:24 for his final 1000m.
Matt Leach took 6th in a steady effort as he preps for the Rock 'n' Roll San Jose Half.
Stephanie Pancoast took home the age group win in the long course and was the fourth overall (including pros).
Kirk Scheibelhut took 5th place in his debut effort for the team.
Marco Bertolotti earned the win in the mile.
Caitlin Chrisman won the women's second half, Ben Mears was 4th, Matt Lenehan 9th, and Jonathan Tijerina took 6th in the 5K.
Annie Beck set a new personal best and outdoor club best, winning the 3000m in 9:04. Kaitlin Gregg Goodman took a strong second in a PR 9:11. Marco Bertolotti again slightly lowered his season's best at 800m to finish 5th.
Ayla Granados took 4th to finish out her 2016 spring season.
Jacob Shoemaker earned a huge personal best, running 3:52 for 1500m.
Annie Beck and Kaitlin Gregg earned slight personal bests over 1500m
Steven Grolle turned in a very solid 14th place in a deep field, with Courtney Heiner in the top 25 and Melinda DiNapoli placing third in the 40+ age group.
Justus Meyer qualified for the Western States Lottery with his 14th place finish in a debut 100K effort.
Marco Bertolotti kicked home for his first national title at 1500m, also earned 7th in a season's best 800m.
Laura Carlyle set a new personal best of 4:12.09, with Kaitlin Goodman 10th in the 5000m.
Ayla Granados won and set a new course record on the Woodward Park course.
Laura Carlyle won, Annie Beck took 4th in the 1500m
After both advancing through the heats, Laura Carlyle took 7th, Justin Marpole-Bird 10th in the 1500m final.
Kaitlin Gregg took 11th in her heat of the 5000m, did not advance to the final.
Lauren Schultz earned 10th with a road PR of 18:14.
Ben Mears took 3rd to earn valuable GP points.
Jake Shoemaker won in a personal best 14:39.
Kris Paaso took home a convincing victory in the 40+ exhibition 1500m event.
Kaitlin Gregg Goodman took 11th in her first track and field trials 10,000m.
Graeagle 4th of July Fun Run (Graeagle, CA)
Courtney Heiner won the low-key holiday 5K.
Marco Bertolotti took 8th in his 800m heat.
Annie Beck ran 15:56 in the 5000m.
The Men's team finished as runners up, with the women in 3rd. Kris Paaso won the women's 800m, with runner-up finishes for Lauren Shultz in the women's 1500m (6th in 800m), and Benedikt Bünz in the men's 1500m, leading a 2-3-4 finish for the team (Jake Shoemaker 3rd, 3rd in the 800m; Steven Grolle 4th).
Marco Bertolotti took 13th in the 1500 after a long travel week.
Kaitlin Gregg Goodman earned a big PR in the 5000m at 15:29.
Justin Marpole-Bird set a new season's best in the 1500m, taking 8th.
Justus Meyer set a new 50K course record with the win, while Elle Pishny Meyer earned the victory and second overall in the marathon distance.
Kris Paaso set a new US all-time best for the 45-49 age group, running 9:45 for 3000m. Evan Appel and Lauren Schultz set lifetime bests in the Open Men's 5000m and Open Women's 1500m. Justin Marpole-Bird and Marco Bertolotti set season's bests in the Men's 1500m. Stephanie Dinius opened in the 10,000m.
Kaitlin Gregg took runner-up.
Ayla Granados took 5th in a club record 4:36 on a screaming fast course.
Kaitlin Gregg Goodman (15:37, 5th) and Annie Beck (15:50, 6th) set PRs in the 5000m; Stephanie Dinius ran her second fastest time ever in her 2016 spring opener.
Kris Paaso took third overall and first 40+, while Ben Mears earned 11th place for the men.
Men's team was second with five in the top 10, women's master's team won in debut effort. Evan Appel in 3rd and Kris Paaso in 2nd (1st 40+) led individual efforts.
Elle Pishny and Tania Morimoto took 8th and 12th among females, with Pishny earning top Bay Area honors. Justus Meyer was 13th in his age group.
Steven Grolle and Lauren Schultz had huge PRs in the 5000m, Ayla Granados set a lifetime best in the 800m, and Justin Marpole-Bird and Marco Bertolotti took third and seventh in the 1500m. Bertolotti set a slight seasonal best and doubled back in the 800m for training.
Ayla Granados took 6th place in her first US championships, setting a new club best of 4:43.
Steven Grolle took third in a blanket 1500m finish.
Personal best for Annie Beck and strong season opener for Kaitlin Gregg Goodman at 5000m; season bests for Ayla Granados and Justin Marpole-Bird at 1500m.
Maggie Yount won her first marathon in course record of 2:50:05.
Melinda DiNapoli and Dena Evans competed in a fundraising effort for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
1500m PR for Steven Grolle (3:51), with seasonal bests for Justin Marpole-Bird, Annie Beck, Marco Bertolotti, Benedikt Bünz, and Kris Paaso in the same event. Paaso's mark was at the time better than the currently ratified 45+ US record. Lauren Schultz and Ayla Granados also competed at 1500m and Courtney Heiner earned a season best in the 5000m.
Stephanie Pancoast earned third place at the Olympic Distance event.
Kirsty Legg opened her 2016 season in a combined two heat Invitational section.
Tania Morimoto was 7th and Ben Mears 16th in this PAUSATFLong Course Road GP fixture.
Lauren Schultz set a 10 second PR in the steeplechase, while Kris Paaso set a new 45+ US outdoor mile record.
Annie Beck ran a debut 16:00 in the 5,000m, Steven Grolle PRed in the 1500m, with Ayla Granados and Marco Bertolotti setting season bests in the same event. Courtney Heiner opened in the steeplechase.
Maggie Yount earned 5th in the 10,000m among 37 competitors.
Dale Taylor earned third place.
Justin Marpole-Bird took second, Ayla Granados third, Marco Bertolotti fifth, Courtney Heiner 8th, and Jesus Romom 9th in the Elite section of the oceanside road mile event.
Women's team of Elle Pishny, Maggie Yount, Diane Heiser, and April Greer took second among female teams in the marathon relay.
Steven Grolle won with Kris Paaso second on the women's side to lead the team in the first PAUSATF Short Course GP race of the year.
Middle distance wins highlight a rainy afternoon at the races.
Stephanie Pancoast took 1st among 25-29 year olds and third overall.
Benedikt Bünz earned 8th place in the 1500m.
Justin Marpole-Bird, Annie Beck, Marco Bertolotti, and Ayla Granados all notched individual open wins, while Kris Paaso won the mixed masters mile in a US 45-49 age group record time. Benedikt Bünz (3rd, 2nd), Courtney Heiner (5th, 4th), Lauren Schultz (2 PRs), Jesus Romo (6th, 6th) also recorded good early season 1500/800 doubles. Kate Bettinger took 7th in Heat 3 of the 1500 in her competitive debut.
Benedikt Bünz won the 3.3 mile, up and down affair.
Ben Mears and Tania Morimoto won both legs, with Sean Sketch 2nd overall.
Maddie O'Meara took 13th place in 1:25.
Stephanie Dinius took 45th in debut full marathon, Kaitlin Gregg Goodman was 54th in extremely warm conditions. Caitlin Bullock did not finish.
Benedikt Bünz took fifth on a hilly Dodger Stadium course.
Marco Bertolotti took seventh in his heat of the mile.
Durango Langlauf 30K (Durango, CO)
Sam Yount took 6th in this nordic skiing event.
Ben Mears sets a personal best in the half, finishing in the top 50 at 1:08:41
Marco Bertolotti took 8th in the 1000m despite mid race torn shoe.
Kaitlin Gregg Goodman finished 21st in her first appearance for Team USA in international competition.
Stephanie Dinius won in a negative split 1:13:39 net time.