|
|
|
MailTribune.com
  • Oregon sweeps Pac-12s

  • PULLMAN, Wash. — The Oregon men's and women's track and field teams swept the Pac-12 Championships for the sixth straight year, as the men won their eighth consecutive title with 163.25 points and the women picked up their sixth in a row with 176 points on Sunday.
    • email print
      Comment
  • PULLMAN, Wash. — The Oregon men's and women's track and field teams swept the Pac-12 Championships for the sixth straight year, as the men won their eighth consecutive title with 163.25 points and the women picked up their sixth in a row with 176 points on Sunday.
    Jenna Prandini was named the women's athlete of the meet after winning three individual events, the first to do so since Seilala Sue of UCLA won three in 1999. Prandini entered the second day of competition with the long jump title under her belt. She started the day by winning the 100 in 11.21 and followed up with a blazing 200 win in a school record 22.60, the second-fastest time in the NCAA this season.
    Prandini was a part of 38 Oregon points, also running on the women's 4x100 relay to end the meet.
Reader Reaction

      calendar