Jones edged Stanford's Thomas Murley at the finish, completing the 8,000 meters at the Stanford Golf Course in 24:19. Stanford, ranked No. 2 in the nation, took home the men's team title with 37 points, while No. 7 Arizona was second with 46. The two teams dominated the rest of the field, as Washington finished third with 105 points.
Junior David Lopez also had a strong race for the Wildcat men, finishing eighth in 24:48. Sophomores Steve Smith and Tom Prindiville finished 11th and 12th, respectively in 24:57 and 25:01. Fellow sophomore Mike Cramer was 14th in 25:04, and senior Brent Pedersen was 16th in 25:10.
The No. 16 Arizona women finished seventh with 185 points. No. 1 Stanford took home the team title with 36 points, while No. 2 Arkansas was second with 51.
Sophomore Tara Chaplin was the Wildcats' top runner, finishing 11th in 17:29. Sophomore Erin Doherty placed 37th in 18:03. Sophomore Jennifer Burris and junior Katrin Engelen finished 46th and 47th, respectively, in 18:12 and 18:13. Redshirt freshman Kimberly Bates was 59th in 18:27.
The Wildcats will not compete next weekend, but resume competition Oct. 16 at the Pre-NCAA Invitational in Bloomington, Indiana.