In what’s become a routine occurrence, the Duck men and women easily swept aside the competition at the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships in Seattle this past weekend. For the men, it was the 10th consecutive win, while the women...
The Oregon Ducks continued to impress track and field fans with an impressive showing Saturday at the Rod McCravy Invitational Meet in Lexington, Kentucky. Edward Cheserek established his dominance in the distance events by comfortably winning the 3000-meter run with...
Over the weekend the Oregon track and field team traveled to San Diego, Calif. to participate in the Aztec Invitational hosted by San Diego State University.
The meet was a three day event that spanned from Thursday to Saturday with open, invitational and high school sections. Most of the open events were held on Friday while the invitational events took place on Saturday.
With Oregon sending multiple athletes down to compete in a variety of events, the Ducks ended the weekend with multiple highlights.
The headliner for the Ducks was the women’s 4
The Oregon Track and Field team continued its strong weekend on Saturday by posting a number of NCAA top-10 finishes. In both Albuquerque, N.M. for the Don Kirby Elite and in Seattle, Wash. for the Husky Classic, the Ducks finished with two school records being eclipsed and plenty of other great performances.
In Albuquerque, the men’s and women’s 4
Two incoming freshmen for the Oregon Track and Field team had impressive performances in the 17th Pan American Junior Championships at Alfonso Galvis Duque Stadium in Medellin, Colombia. Sasha Wallace and Marcus Chambers each finished in fourth place for respective their events on their initial day of competition.
Wallace competed in the 100-meter hurdles finishing in 13.72 seconds, just sligtly slower than her 13.66 qualifying time in the semifinals. Alexis Perry was the event winner with a 13.56.
Chambers competed in the men’s 400-meter race, finishing in 46.75 while improving nearly a full second from his 47.71 time in the semifinals. Brandon McBride of Canada won the event with a 45.89.
Fellow incoming UO freshman MaryBeth Sant is also competing in the Pan Am, running the relays with Team USA later on.