Saturday’s cross country meet serves a variety of purposes.
It’s an opportunity for The Master’s University to host 700 college and high school athletes at Central Park for one of Southern California’s premier events.
It’s a chance for said high schoolers to see one of the NAIA’s best programs,...
At this time of year, when The Master’s University cross country coaches analyze race results, they look beyond where their athletes placed.
The competition, after all, is often awash with NCAA Division 1 talent, be it Alabama, Arkansas or UC Santa Barbara.
No, Master’s coaches look at times.
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