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    Julian Acuna
    Julian Acuna


    Agua Dulce, Texas

    High School:
    Agua Dulce


    Three-time SLC individual champion and a seven-time All-Southland Conference athlete.

    2005: Utilized his redshirt during cross country season ... Finished third in the 10,000 meters at the SLC Outdoor Championships ... His time of 32:09.82 was just off the pace of second-place teammate Marc Farris ... Was named SLC Male Athlete of the Year and Outstanding Track Performer after winning two individual titles at the SLC Indoor Championships ... Won the 3,000 meters with a time of 8:31.05 ... Set a new school record of 14:47.39 with his championship performance in the 5,000 meters ... Set a new school record of 8:24.90 in the 3,000 meters at the Hyatt Regency Invite.

    2004: Finished 152nd overall at the NCAA Championships with a time of 33:06.02 ... Earned NCAA All-South Central Region honors with his ninth-place finish (30:26) at the regional meet ... Was the SLC individual runner-up and earned All-SLC honors at the conference cross country meet (24:14) as he led the Lumberjacks to their fourth consecutive league title ... Won the SLC individual 10,000-meter title at the conference outdoor meet with a time of 30:47.97 ... Also finished fifth in the 5,000 meters (14:59.90) at the 2004 outdoor championships ... Was fifth at the 2004 SLC Indoor Championships in the 5,000 meters with a time of 15:01.92.

    2003: Earned all-conference honors with his ninth-place finish at the 2003 cross country championships ... Was one of four Lumberjacks to earn NCAA All-Region honors with his 23rd overall finish at the 2003 NCAA South Central Region Championships ... Was the 2003 SLC Outdoor individual runner-up in the 10,000 meters with a time of 31:29.94 ... Just missed all-conference honors with his fourth-place finish in the 5,000 meters (15:14.14) at the league outdoor championships.

    2002: Was the fourth Lumberjack to cross the finish line at the 2002 NCAA South Central Regional Cross Country meet (32:26) ... Helped the Lumberjacks win their second-straight conference crown in cross country when he crossed the line with a time of 27:13.20 to finish 15th overall.