Del Toro's efforts led Long Beach State to a second-place effort of 61 points, just behind Brigham Young's tally of 55.
Del Toro, a member of last season's Glendale Community College state cross-country champion, is on quite a run of individual success.
In the spring, her last race for GCC saw her win an individual state title in the 1,500, and on Sept. 4, running unattached at the Fullerton Season Opener, she finished fifth overall.
Del Toro looks to continue her good fortune against likely the toughest field LBSU has seen all season, on Saturday at the Stanford Invitational.
Nina Moore (Glendale Community College, 2010) Long Beach State sophomore cross-country runner: The reigning state individual champion at the junior college level, the former Vaqueros standout is doing very well at the next level.
Moore, who along with fellow Glendale Community College transfer Rosa Del Toro was delayed becoming an official member of the Long Beach State squad due to paperwork snafus, made her official LBSU debut and took second behind Del Toro at the Aztec Invitational in San Diego on Saturday.
Moore finished in 18:05.6, helping Long Beach to a second-place team finish in the meet.
It was Moore's second race of the season after finishing sixth at the Fullerton Season Opener on Sept. 4.
Next up for Moore and Long Beach will be Saturday's Stanford Invitational.
Frances Boukidis (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) Northern Illinois freshman soccer player: Last season's Pacific League Most Valuable Player picked an opportune time to score her first collegiate goal.
On senior day of all things, the freshman tallied a goal in the 53rd minute that stood as the game-winner in a 1-0 victory over Green Bay on Sunday.