Anteater JV

Scores for Division A

1UC Santa CruzUniversity of California at Santa Cruz22Hunter Holguin '25
Banana Slugs 2Max Lopez '27
*2UC Santa CruzUniversity of California at Santa Cruz35Sophia Meyers '25
Banana Slugs 1Sophia Preston '27
*3Arizona StateArizona State University35Andrew Down '27
Sun Devils 1Christopher Moore '26
4Arizona StateArizona State University46William Bailly '26
Sun Devils 2Austin Hargus '27
5UC IrvineUniversity of California at Irvine53Emma Feasey '25
Anteaters 1Valentina Garcia '26
6Cal PolyCal Poly University S.L.O.62Nathan Briar '261-2,5-6
lucas kaemmerer '263-4,7-8
Mustangs 3Andrew Harper '261-2,5-6
Michelle Dorn '273-4,7-8
**7UC IrvineUniversity of California at Irvine66Nejan Gunawardena '27
Anteaters 3Lynn Park '24
**8UC DavisUniversity of California at Davis66Juliette Cramer '26
AggiesEnnis Piepkorn '261-5
Laith Moustfa '26 *6-8
9San Diego StateSan Diego State UniversityMRP67
10UC San DiegoUniversity of California at San Diego70Laurence Mach '24
Tritons 2Anna Potapenko '24
11Cal PolyCal Poly University S.L.O.87Colin Thompson '25
Mustangs 1Sara Moore '241-2,5-6
Alexis Kovacevic '273-4,7-8
12UC San DiegoUniversity of California at San Diego95Grace Richie '24
Tritons 1Natasha Popenoe '25 *
13Channel IslandsCalifornia State University Channel IslandsMRP98
Dolphins 2
b14Cal PolyCal Poly University S.L.O.110Dylan Tran '24
Mustangs 2Gabriel Peralta '271-2,5-6
Brandon Armenta '273-4,7-8
b15UC IrvineUniversity of California at Irvine110Ryan Gedminas '26
Anteaters 2Gennis Marie Pilapil '25
16Monterey BayCalifornia State University Monterey Bay118Daniel Haberland '27
OttersAaron Helfgott '23
17Channel IslandsCalifornia State University Channel Islands125Kevin Gates '271
Brett Stein '24 *2-8
Dolphins 1Kit Barrus '25 *1
Natalia Uribe '24 *2-8
*Number of high-place (1) finishes
**Number of high-place (2) finishes
bNumber of high-place (7) finishes

Score history

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