USF women’s cross country team earns best finish in program history

The University of San Francisco women’s cross country team finished sixth on Saturday at the NCAA Championships, setting a program record. Senior Charlotte Taylor placed 10th, making her the second All-American in the team’s history. Alex Short became the first male All-American for the school when he ranked 22nd.

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