SBVC’s Michael Teran sets record in track event

Michael Teran

San Bernardino Valley College freshman track standout Michael Teran turned in a record-breaking performance at the Occidental Distance Carnival on Saturday.

 

The Jurupa Hills graduate ran a 14:23.90 in the 5,000 meters which broke the record of 14:35.2 set by Gabe Hernandez in 1999.

He was 11th overall in that event but it included runners from four-year schools as well as individual track club entrants. Brandon Vinetos of Loyola Marymount was the event winner in 14:11.77.

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SCIAC releases All-Conference honors in men’s basketball

The SCIAC has announced its list of honors in men’s basketball. Here is the complete rundown:

Athlete of the Year
Cam Haslam FR G Chapman
Newcomer of the Year
Daniel Rosenbaum FR G Pomona-Pitzer
Ted Ducey Award
Kc Emezie SR G/F Caltech
Coach of the Year
Mike Bokosky Chapman
All-Conference Teams
First Team
Hakim Arnold JR G U of La Verne
Al Bjekovic SR G U  of Redlands
Gibson Farone-Collins SR F Pomona-Pitzer
Luke Hamlin JR G Chapman
Eric Jennings SR G Whittier
Jay Miller JR G Occidental
Second Team
Andrew Johnson JR F Occidental
Shelby Lane SR C Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Nasser Al-Rayes JR F/C Caltech
James Taylor SO F Chapman
Andrew Torres SR F Whittier
Dan Wade SR G California Lutheran

 

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Cal Poly Pomona’s Jordan Faison earns weekly honor

Jordan Faison has earned his second California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Player of the Week after a stellar performance on Saturday. In the team’s lone contest this weekend, Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball topped the Humboldt State Jacks 86-76. The conference office announced its decision for the week of Jan. 18-24 on Tuesday.

Jordan FaisonFaison, a senior from Lake Forest, was nearly perfect from the field in the matchup as he sank 8-of-9 shots. His successful field goals added to his six good free throws landed him with 22 points, a figure that led both teams.

The forward was not done there however, as he nearly reached a double-double with nine rebounds. Adding to his points and boards, the 6-foot-7 Bronco dished out seven assists in the contest and also stifled the Jacks’ offense as he added a pair of blocks.

The Broncos will return to action on Thursday as they host the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes for Pack the Stands night at Kellogg Arena.

 

 

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