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Oaks' sophomore earns berth in NAIA cross country

Menlo College sophomore Jessica Marso highlighted the Oaks' showing at the California Pacific Conference Cross Country Championships this past weekend, finishing seventh in a field of 61 to qualify for the NAIA National Championships. Marso clocked 21:10 in the Rocklin 5K to secure the coveted spot. As a team, Menloi finished fifth out of eight squads.

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