Bulldogs Sign a Double Threat
April 7, 2010
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State women's cross country team will have an addition to the 2010 season in Allison Gonzales. Gonzales has signed a National Letter of Intent to become a Bulldog. She will join the team as a junior transfer from the College of Sequoias.
"I'm pleased to announce the addition of Allison Gonzales to our 2010 team," said cross country coach Sean McManus. "She comes from a running family and loves the sport and is a great competitor. She'll be a great asset on the track and in cross country. She has improved consistently from high school through her two seasons at C.O.S. and I look forward to continuing that trend when she joins us here in Fresno."
As a competitor on the women's track and field team as well as the cross country team, Gonzales could prove to be a double threat for Fresno State. While at the College of Sequoias she place eighth at the California State Junior College Track Championships competing in the 1500m event. She also took 10th at the California State Junior College Cross Country Championships. Her personal best times include: 4:45(1,500 meter) and 18:09(5K).
Prior to competing at the College of Sequoias, Gonzales attended Exeter High School and graduated with the class of 2008. While at Exeter she was a 2007 and 2008 California State High School Championships qualifier, proving to be a tough challenger for the Monarchs.
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