The Lions participate in their final race before the conference championships next Saturday in Portland.
LMU's women get their second victory of the season after winning the UC San Diego Triton Invitational. LMU's men finish second.
Cross-country begins the regular season at Mark Covert Classic hosted by Cal State Fullerton.
The Lions are eager to begin a new season with the addition of new talent to an experienced group of returners.
High School... Graduated from Thousand Oaks High School... ran cross-country for four years under coaches Keena Carstensen and Andy Thompson, and ran three years of track under coach Keena Carstensen... captain of cross-country and track team as a senior... All-Ventura County in cross-country and track during junior and senior years... All-Marmonte League in cross-country (three times), track (two times)... recorded times of 15:04 in 3 mile, 15:38 at Mt. SAC, 15:57 at Clovis... named Outstanding Freshman and Outstand Sophomore in cross-country... two-time team MVP in cross-country... received Outstanding Athlete-Distance honor in track.... received CVUSD Superintendent's highest honor... a scholar-athlete all 8 semesters... competed with teammate Kevin Joerger in high school... competed against Michael Vorgitch and Johnny Miller in high school... covered as a high school athlete in the Ventura County Star and the Thousand Oaks Acorn...
Personal... Samuel Johnathan Worley was born September 11, 1993 in Boston, MA to parents Susan and Peter Worley... his mother, Susan played field hockey at Connecticut College... his father, Peter, played soccer and attended Ithaca College and Principia College... has one sister, Kelsey, who attends the Berklee College of Music... volunteered with Thousand Oaks Flyers Youth Track as an assistant coach... volunteered with various community service grant work jobs, including planting, weeding, and trash pick-up... considered UC Santa Barbara, San Diego and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo before deciding to attend LMU... chose LMU because of the location, the campus, its small class sizes, its competitive running program and because Coach Guerrero values the importance of a student-athlete's education... a business major...