Nehemiah Too was the 5000-meter champion and ran the tenth fastest 1500m time in NJCAA history, while several other Trojans had national-qualifying times in the men's and women's Region VI Track and Field Championships May 2-4 in El Dorado.
Jesse Bebb competed in the 10k, placing ninth with a time of 33:48.86.
The men's 5k was won with a region-championship performance by Too (14:35.96). He was followed by Banguria, scoring in 6th and a time of 15:33.02. Gonzalez came in 13th with a16:36.25.
On the women's side, the 4x800m relay team of Emery Swan, Allison Hiatt, Brooke Navarro and Aileen Gurrola posted a second-place national-qualifying mark of 9:48.20.
Aileen Gurrola led the Trojan women in the 1500m with a second-place time of 4:49.65. Brooke Navarro missed the national-qualifying mark by a narrow .32 seconds, running a 5:00.71 and finishing in fourth. Kayla Minary was the next Trojan to finish, in eighth place and a personal best of 5:21.17.
In the women's 400m, Ascar Koech finished 12th with a run of 1:00.04.
Gurrola finished the 800m in fourth with a time of 2:20.78. She was followed by Swan in 13th at 2:29.24, and Hiatt in 16th with a career-best 2:31.51.
Erika Alvarado led the Trojans with a fifth-place finish in the 5k with a 20:45.01. Mya Navarro followed in sixth at 21:00.24. Emily Westeman rounded out the field in 22:09.64 and a 10th place finish.
The Trojan men and women now prepare to compete May 16-18 in Hobbs, N.M. at the National Outdoor Track & Field Championships.