Swarnjit Boyal
Swarnjit Boyal
Height: 6-2
Weight: 130
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Yuba City, CA
High School: River Valley HS
Events: Distance
Experience: 2V

2015-16 -- Cross Country: Led the Mustangs at each of the first four meets of the season: taking second place at the Lagoon Open at UC Santa Barbara (with an 8K time of 25:00.80 on Sept. 5), winning the Fresno State Invitational (via a 6K performance of 18:08.9 on Sept. 11, garnering a Cal Poly Coca-Cola Student-Athlete of the Week accolade three days later), finishing eighth at the Stanford Invitational (posting a 24:01.1 on Sept. 26, resulting in Big West Athlete of the Week honors for Sept. 29) and then coming in 66th at the Pre-Nationals Invitational hosted by Louisville (in 24:06.7 on Oct. 17) ... was eighth at the Big West Championships held at UC Riverside on Oct. 31, in 24:28.27 ... ran the NCAA West Regional 10K in 33:40.3 (good for 117th place) in Seattle on Nov. 13 ... again earned all-academic status from the conference.

2014-15 -- Track: At the Big West Championships hosted by UC Riverside on May 15, came in eighth place in the 10,000-meter run, with a time of 31:24.85 ... also had a season-best 3,000 performance of 8:35.61 at the same facility on March 14 during the season-opening dual, as well as a 5,000 showing of 14:22.51 at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival on April 3 (third-best on the team for the entire spring) ... was also an academic all-conference honoree. Cross Country: Competed at the Bronco Invitational hosted by Santa Clara on Oct. 18, posting an 8K time of 25:05.

2013-14 -- Redshirted.

Prep -- At River Valley High School in Yuba City, his 1,500-meter time as a senior at the CSUS Track Classic (4:25.00) ranked No. 37 in California throughout the entire year ... also had a 3,000 PR of 9:02.54 at the same meet, ranking No. 52 statewide ... additionally, clocked a mile time of 4:30.17 at the Stanford Invitational ... earned the Tri-County League MVP award for cross country ... also played basketball for the Falcons.

Personal -- Born on New Year's Day, 1995 in San Francisco ... majors in civil engineering ... also chose Cal Poly because of the major and location ... aspires to become an engineer in the structural or transportation fields.