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SDSU's Clayton Earns All-American Honors

November 24, 1987

San Diego State's Matt Clayton earned All-American status by placing 21st in the NCAA men's cross-country championships Monday at the University of Virginia's Foxfield 10,000-meter course.

Clayton finished the 10,000-meter race in 29:55.64. Joe Falcon of Arkansas won the individual race in 29:14.97. Arkansas also won the men's team title with 87 points and Dartmouth (119) was second.

Freshman Marc Davis, who ran at San Diego High School, finished the course in 30:49.9 to place 81st for Arizona.

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