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Warriors have good showings against D-I runners
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Even against Division I competition, members of the Cal State Stanislaus cross country teams were able to stand out at Sacramento State’s Hornet Jamboree at the Granite Regional Park on Saturday.
Stanislaus teammates Dawson Vorderbruegge and Joey Nunes staged a nice battle in the men’s 4-mile run, as Vorderbruegge finished in 20 minutes, 26 seconds to place 13th, which was nine seconds faster than Nunes’ time and three spots ahead. Those times helped the Warriors earn sixth out of eight teams, highlighted by finishing ahead of Division I’s St. Mary’s.
In the women’s 5K, the twins were at it again. Denali Foldager clocked 18:49 to finish 27th for the Warriors, followed by Rubye Foldager’s 19:27 that was enough for 46th.
The jamboree included teams from Sacramento State, UC Davis, San Francisco, Fresno State, Nevada, Pacific and Sonoma State.
“It was a strong race by our teams running against mostly Division I runners,” Stanislaus coach Diljeet Taylor said.
The Warriors continue the season by hosting the Stanislaus Invitational on Sept. 26.

Warriors soccer finish road trip
The Cal State Stanislaus men’s soccer players ended their road trip on a good note, while the women returned home with a tough loss.
Keeyan Ghazanfarpour, Oscar Ramirez and Victor Regalado helped the men’s team to a 4-1-0 overall and 1-1-0 in California Collegiate Athletic Association action with a 3-1 win at Humboldt State on Sunday. The day before, the men gave Sonoma State a scare, losing 3-2 to the No. 11 team in Division II.
The women, on the other hand, dropped a 1-0 decision to the same team on the same day. The Warriors are now 4-2-0 overall with a 0-2 conference record.

Volleyball squad looking to recover
After getting swept twice in a row over the weekend against Cal State Monterey Bay and San Francisco State, the Cal State Stanislaus volleyball team aims to make that misery a distant memory.
The Warriors can do so with a win over Cal Poly Pomona at Warrior Arena on at 7 p.m. on Friday. The match is the first of a three-game homestand for Stanislaus, which boasts a 5-4 overall record and 0-2 in conference action.
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