*Mt. San Antonio's men's team captured its third consecutive SCC cross country crown and 17th title in this conference's history.
**The Mounties had one other longer string of consecutive titles, four from 1997-2000.
***Nine Mt. SAC runners were among the top 14 All-Conference finishers, the most ever accomplished by one college at a SCC finals meet.
****SCC individual champion and Mt. SAC runner Daniel Harrigan-Cota improved from his fourth place finish in 2014.
*Cerritos women's team won for the first time since 2012 and recorded its fifth SCC title in its history.
**SCC individual champion Marylu Pulido of Cerritos improved from her eighth place finish in 2014.
***Three of the top four finishers at the meet were members of last year's All-SCC Second Team
The complete results are at this link: https://www.directathletics.com/results/xc/8553.html
The rest of the All-SCC Teams, award winners, and team standings are in the PDF.
In the recent state regional rankings released, Mt. San Antonio is ranked No. 1 in SoCal men's cross country while El Camino reached No. 13 (14 teams listed).
In the women's rankings, Cerritos is rated No. 3 and Mt. San Antonio is No. 4 in SoCal