Mt. San Antonio College Walnut, CA
December 4, 2021

Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations.

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Legendary Mt. SAC is the site of the Eastbay Cross Country Championships West Regional. This course will challenge and inspire you as it has renowned runners such as Ryan Hall, Galen Rupp, Marc Davis, Meb Keflezighi, Deena (Drossin) Kastor, Sara (Bei) Hall, Jordan Hasay and Lauren Fleshman.
Race Schedule
Runners may only participate in one race.

Time Division Distance
7:00 Open Race (non high school runners) 5K
7:15 Freshman Boys 5 K
7:35 Freshman Girls 5 K
7:55 Sophomore Boys 5 K
8:15 Sophomore Girls 5 K
8:35 Junior Boys 5 K
8:55 Junior Girls 5 K
9:15 Senior Boys 5 K
9:35 Senior Girls 5 K
10:15 Championship Girls 5 K
10:55 Championship Boys 5 K
11:45 Championship Girls Awards Presentation
12:15 Championship Boys Awards Presentation
Please note: Schedule is dependent upon number of participants and may flucate a bit. This is a very good approximation based upon past history. Final race day schedule will be distributed at packet pickup on Friday,December 3.
Packet Pickup
Friday, December 3rd
Distribution of race numbers, race information and Eastbay Cross Country T-shirt takes place from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at Mt. SAC Hilmer Lodge Stadium Box Office. Park in Lot F on the north side of Temple Blvd and access us via the tunnel that leads from the parking lot to the Box Office. Tunnel takes you under Temple Avenue..
Saturday, December 4th
Distribution of race numbers, race information and Eastbay Cross Country T-shirt takes place from 6:00 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. at Mt. SAC Hilmer Lodge Stadium Box Office. Park in Lot F on the north side of Temple Blvd and access us via the tunnel that leads from the parking lot to the Box Office. Tunnel takes you under Temple Avenue. Please make every attempt to pick-up your race number before Saturday. On race day, the lines can be long and we cannot guarantee you will be able to get your number in time for your race. Photo ID required for pick up.
Registration Information
Online Registration Procedures
» $20.00 Early Bird Registration (through 11/20)
» $40.00 Registration (11/21 through 11/27)
High school races are open to all U.S. high school students (male and female, grades 9–12) who will have not reached his/her 19th birthday before August 1, 2021.
Due to the implications and effects of Covid on high school athletics in the past 1½ years, meet management will consider a petition to compete from high school athletes whose age prohibits them from competing per the event rules. For such a petition to be considered, the petitioning athlete must meet the age requirement for their state association. Such petitions will be considered and ruled on a case-by-case basis.
Runners compete in the races as unattached individuals.
The state where a runner resides determines in which regional meet he/she must participate. Runners must participate in the region to which their state has been assigned. Boarding school students must compete in the region of their school location. Non U.S. citizens who attend high school in the U.S. and who meet the age requirement may compete. Home-schooled students may compete in the region of their residence during the school year.
Any runner, whether they are in a public school, home school, boarding school, private school or independent school, must run in the high school Championship Race in order to qualify for the National Finals in San Diego. The top ten (10) finishers in the high school Championship Races will qualify for the National Championship on December 11, 2021 in San Diego, CA.
Group Registration Information
We will prepare and package your chips/bibs and t-shirts for a quick and easy pick up if the following criteria is met: Group/Team Package Pickup
• Must be a group of 20 or more.
• All participants in your group must register online.
• All group members must register online by November 20, 2021.
• Group leader MUST submit their name, their personal contact information and the name of every runner in the group to Doug Todd by Tues., Nov. 20. Email that information to dtodd@mtsac.edu. Please use subject line: Group Registration.
• Your group will be identified by your group leader's name. Example: Group leader is John Doe, so everyone in that group should put John Doe’s name in the ‘Group Leader’ box. • We will recognize your efforts in assisting us by rewarding the group leader with a gift. One gift for every 10 signups in your group.
• The group leader will be allowed access to a group leader line at packet pick up and will be able to pick up all materials for their entire group.
• If you have questions about housing, travel, entertainment or restaurants, please call or email our office, and we would be happy to assist you 909-274-4840 specialevents@mtsac.edu. Ask for Janet or Jenna.
Race Course
The course is 5000 meters and consists of rolling hills with two steep climbs. 80% dirt trails, 10% cement trails. Course finish line will be in the stadium.
Location of the Course Mt. San Antonio College is located at the corner of Grand and Temple Avenues. Approximately 2 miles west of the 57 freeway.

Parking Parking is available in the lots across the street from the stadium.There is a $5.00 college parking lot charge for all cars.
States Competing
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations.
The state where a runner resides determines in which regional meet he/she must participate. Runners must participate in the region to which their state has been assigned. Boarding school students must compete in the region of their school location. Non U.S. citizens who attend high school in the U.S. and who meet the age requirement may compete. Home-schooled students may compete in the region of their residence during the school year.
Awards
  • Participant's Awards
    Every runner in every race will receive a T-shirt.
  • National Qualifiers
    The top ten (10) finishers in each of the Championship races qualify for the Eastbay National Finals in San Diego, CA on December 11, 2021.
  • West Region Past Results

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    EBCC West Records

    • Boys
      Seth Watkins (2000) 15:21
    • Girls
      Amber Trotter (2001) 17:14

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