2015 Women's Track & Field
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Sun, May. 10, 2015

EAGLE ROCK, Calif. - In the final regular season track meet for the Lions, Josh Espinoza (SR/Glendale, AZ) broke his own school record continuing his illustrious career wearing the Blue and Gold. This marks the seventh school record to fall this year. Vanguard will send six runners to NAIA Outdoor Nationals later this month.

 
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Sun, Apr. 26, 2015

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Over the weekend, the GSAC Track and Field Championships were hosted by Westmont College where the Lions claim seven GSAC titles, set three new school records, and have 16 competitors finish in the top three. Vanguard will send six athletes to NAIA Outdoor Nationals to run in eight events.

 
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Sun, Apr. 19, 2015

AZUSA, Calif. - This weekend, the men's and women's track teams competed at the Bryan Clay Invitational at Azusa Pacific University. During the all day event, many new personal bests and season bests were recorded. On Saturday, the women's 4x100 racd at the Beach Invitation hosted by Cerritos College.

 
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Mon, Apr. 13, 2015

COSTA MESA, Calif. - As the 2015 vanguard Track and Field season rounds into full form with GSAC Championships nearing, the women's squad has already commited four athletes for next years roster. One transfer and three incoming freshman round out the current commits.

 
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Sun, Apr. 12, 2015

SAN MARCOS, Calif. - The men's and women's track teams of Vanguard University competed in the Mangrum Invitational hosted by Cal State San Marcos on Saturday. Fresh with some new faces, the Lions set many new personal bests. One male and one female athlete set qualifying times for NAIA Nationals as well.

 
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T&F & Cross Country - M&W - Sun, Mar. 29, 2015

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The Lions traveled to the Point Loma Invitational this weekend and walked away with nineteen new personal bests, including a school record being beat by 11 seconds. Josh Espinoza (SR/Glendale, AZ) and Joi Goynes (SR/Las Vegas, NV) booked time that qualify for NAIA Outdoor Nationals this spring.