2011 Men's Cross Country
Bretton Villarreal
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Class: SO
Position: Distance
Hometown: Amarillo, Texas
Previous School: Tascosa HS
 

SPC: Competed in indoor and outdoor track for the Texans in 2011.

High School: Graduated in 2010 In addition to cross country and track, Bretton also played soccer and basketball.

Intended College Major: Pre-Medicine

Hobbies: Spending time with family and playing golf and basketball.

Personal: Born February 26, 1992 in Amarillo, Texas, Bretton is the son of Sam and Cheri Barrientos and he has three siblings, including Texan teammate Braydon Villarreal Favorite athlete is Tiger Woods because he single handedly changed the game of golf.

2011 Men's Cross Country Roster
#NameCl.Pos.Ht.Wt.HometownPrevious School
Aaron AllenFRDistance6-3 McKinney, TexasMcKinney Boyd HS
Kemoy CampbellSOMid-Distance  Manchester, JamaicaBellefield HS
Rene EscobedaFRDistance  Eagle Pass, TexasEagle Pass HS
Tyrone JohnsonFRDistance5-8 Lubbock, TexasDenton HS
Jonathan LiraSODistance  Plains, TexasPlains HS
Antonio MaScollFRMid-Distance  Bridgetown, BarbadosEllerslie Secondary
Julian ParkerSOMid-Distance  Baton Rouge, LouisianaCatholic HS
Kourtney PayneSOMid-Distance  Dallas, TexasLancaster HS
Isaacc PlacenciaSODistance  Lubbock, TexasLubbock HS
Luke SamarronFRDistance5-10 Levelland, TexasLevelland HS
Kin ScottSOMid-Distance  Baton Rouge, LouisianaSouthern Lab HS
Braydon VillarrealFRDistance  Amarillo, TexasTascosa HS
Bretton VillarrealSODistance  Amarillo, TexasTascosa HS
Joey VillarrealFRDistance  Amarillo, TexasRandall HS
Chris Beene - Head Coach - 8th season
Mendy Wyatt - Head Athletic Trainer - 1st season
Frank Barker - Assistant Coach - 2nd season
Janee' Lewis - Athletic Trainer
Mercedes Vasquez - Athletic Trainer
Men's Half Marathon NJCAA Champs 2006, 2008, 2009

Men's Marathon NJCAA Champs 1993, 1994, 1995

Men's Cross Country NJCAA Champs 1991, 1996, 1997

Women's Marathon NJCAA Champs 1996, 2002

Women's Half-Marathon NJCAA Champs 2010

Women's Cross Country NJCAA Champs 2006