Coyote Sets Course Record at Mt. SAC CC Invitational

Christian Schultz competing in Mt. SAC run.

Coyote Christian Schultz set a phenomenal 19.16-course record at the Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational on October 14th in Walnut, California.

He shattered El Camino College‘s David Cardona's 2010 record of 19:52 by 34 seconds.

The 74th Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational welcomed athletes from the elementary school to the community college level, across two weekends to compete over its famed courses. The names “Valley Loop,” “Switchbacks,” “Poop Out Hill,” and “Reservoir Hill” are part of cross-country lore.

An outstanding performance by Schultz puts Cerro Coso's new cross-country program on the competitive map.

Congratulations Christian.