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Season Review

2012 Recap Oregon’s first season under head coach Robert Johnson proved to be a monumental one as the Women of Oregon won the NCAA title for the first time in 25 years and captured Pac-12 and West Regional crowns along the way. The men bounced back as well, returning to the NCAA Championships after missing out in 2011.

Bill Dellinger Invitational Senior transfer Alexi Pappas led the Oregon women to the Dellinger team title, while senior transfer Trevor Dunbar captured the men’s individual title on a warm and sunny Sept. 29 at Springfield Country Club. Pappas pushed through the finish line to finish just ahead of former Washington runner Christine Babcock. Pappas’ time of 16:23 was the second-fastest in Dellinger meet history and less than a second off the meet record of 16:22.92 set by NCAA Champion Sheila Reid of Villanova in 2009. Dunbar, a senior transfer from the University of Portland, brought home the men’s title in 23:38.

Jordan Hasay

Pappas, a transfer from Dartmouth led a 1-3-5-6-7 finish for the Ducks as No. 3 Oregon easily won their third straight Dellinger team title with 18 points. Southern Utah was second with 73, Gonzaga finished third with 87, UC Riverside was fourth with 98 points and Idaho scored 125 points to round out the top five. Nevada was sixth with 135 points and Seattle U. was seventh with 203. In addition to Pappas, the women had freshman Annie Leblanc third in 16:59, senior Sarah Penney fifth in 17:02, senior Katie Conlon sixth in 17:03 and senior Jordan Hasay seventh in 17:04. Oregon also saw sophomore Megan Patrignelli 10th in 17:10, freshman Abbey Leonardi 12th in 17:13, senior Becca Friday 17th in 17:28, senior Taylor Wallace 19th in 17:33 and senior Anne Kesselring 23rd in 17:38. Meanwhile Dunbar led an entertaining men’s race that saw the 23rd-ranked Ducks challenge No. 3 Brigham Young throughout. With a lap remaining, both teams had four runners in the top 10, and it wasn’t until the final 1,000 meters that the Cougars edged ahead to claim their first Dellinger crown. BYU scored 32 points to win, followed by Oregon with 49, Southern Utah with 111, Washington with 114 and Gonzaga with 130. Seattle U. was sixth with 181 points, followed by Sacramento State (185), Massachusetts (223), UC Riverside (233) and Idaho (240). Dunbar, from Kodiak, Alaska, won for the Ducks with junior Ben Dejarnette third in 23:49. BYU was impressive with Jared Ward second in 23:40 to lead eight Cougars who finished in the top 15. Oregon also counted an 11th-place finish from junior Parker Stinson in 24:00, a 16th-place finish from sophomore Cole Watson in 24:07 and a 22nd-place finish from sophomore Daniel Winn in 24:25. The Ducks had freshman Matthew Melancon finish 26th in 24:29 in his first race as a Duck, sophomore Ryan Pickering 29th in 24.33 and freshman Chris Brewer 40th in 24:49.

Pac-12 Championships Jordan Hasay’s runner-up finish led the third-ranked Oregon women to the 2012 Pac-12 cross country championship on a windy Oct. 27 at Robinson Ranch Golf Course. The eighth-ranked men took third. The Ducks placed three runners in the top five and seven in the top 24 to win their first women’s title since 1995, and the eighth in school history. Oregon won with 47 points, followed by No. 5 Arizona with 69, No. 4 Stanford with 82, No. 6 Washington with 92, No. 21 Colorado with 124 and No. 24 UCLA with 172.

Alexi Pappas

Hasay added to her impressive Pac-12 resume with Saturday’s runner-up finish in 20:10. The senior from Arroyo Grande, Calif., won this race as a sophomore in 2010 and was third a year ago. Alexi Pappas, a senior transfer from Dartmouth, was fourth in 20:11, while freshman Allie Woodward was fifth in 20:16. The Ducks also counted freshman Annie Leblanc’s 17th-place showing in 20:42 and senior Sarah Penney’s 19th-place finish in 20:47. For good measure, Oregon also had senior Katie Conlon 23rd in 20:58 and freshman Abbey Leonardi 24th in 21:03, giving the Ducks seven runners in the top 25. Stanford’s Kathy Kroeger was the individual winner in 20:06. Meanwhile for the men, Trevor Dunbar and Parker Stinson paced the Ducks to a third-place finish by taking third and fourth, respectively. Dunbar, the senior from Kodiak, Alaska, and Stinson, a junior from Austin, Texas, both timed 23:28. Second-ranked Colorado successfully defended its Pac-12 title with 49 points. No. 3 Stanford was second with 82, followed by Oregon with 105, Arizona State with 105 and No. 15 UCLA with 113. Oregon also counted a 31st place finish from freshman Matthew Melancon. The Eugene, Ore., native finished in 24:19. Additionally, the men had a 32nd place finish from sophomore Ryan Pickering in 24:22 and a 39th place showing from sophomore Cole Watson. The Rogue River, Ore., runner clocked 25:03. Arizona’s Lawi Lalang won the individual title in 22:49 with his teammate Stephen Sambu second in 22:50.

Katie Conlon

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Season Review NCAA West Regional Jordan Hasay won her third straight NCAA West Regional crown to lead the third-ranked Oregon women to their first West Region title since 1995 Nov. 9 in Seattle. More importantly both the men’s and women’s teams qualified for the NCAA Championships. The women received an automatic bid by virtue of their win, while the men were extended an at-large bid. In the women’s race,Hasay broke away from Cal Poly’s Laura Hollander and Stanford’s Kathy Kroeger with 600 meters remaining to earn her first victory of 2012. The senior from Arroyo Grande, Calif., won in 19:16. Hollander was next in 19:22 with Kroeger, the Pac-12 champion, third in 19:27 over the 6,000 meter course. Hasay became the first Duck to win three straight regional crowns, but that was only half the story for the women. She was one of three Oregon runners to finish in the top 10, and one of six in the top 26 as the Ducks held off challenges from No. 4 Arizona, No. 5 Stanford and No. 7 Washington. The Ducks won with 64 points. The Cardinal and Wildcats tied for second with 85 points, while the Huskies took fifth with 96 points. Freshman Allie Woodward backed Hasay’s win with a seventh-place finish in 19:52. That was followed by senior Alexi Pappas’ 10th-place showing in 19:54. Oregon’s next group also ran well together with senior Sarah Penney 22nd in 20:13, freshman Annie Leblanc 24th in 20:15 and senior Katie Conlon 26th in 20:17. Oregon also saw freshman Abbey Leonardi 34th in 20:36. The Ducks led from the outset of the race. After 2,000 meters, the Ducks were 17 points up on Washington and 34 ahead of Arizona. At the midway point, Oregon opened up a 23-point margin on Washington and led Arizona by 25. Stanford made a big move with 1,000 meters remaining to pull ahead of Arizona and Washington, but Oregon maintained a comfortable 24-point edge on the Cardinal and a 25-point lead over the Wildcats. The margin never slipped below 20 over the final 1,000 meters. It was the women’s 13th NCAA West Regional victory, which now only trails Stanford by one, but was the Ducks’ first in 17 years.

Trevor Dunbar

Meanwhile, Trevor Dunbar led the men with his third-place individual finish. No. 3 Stanford was strong throughout and won easily with 45 points. The team battle behind the Cardinal ebbed and flowed over the course of the 10,000 meter race. Oregon was second after 2,000 meters and then third, behind Stanford and No. 25 Arizona State, at 4,000 and 6,000 meters. The 11th-ranked Ducks were then able to pass ASU over the next 2,000 meters, but at the same time, No. 9 Portland made its move to forge ahead of Oregon into second. No. 27 UCLA then overtook the Ducks on the final lap as Oregon wound up fourth. The Pilots finished with 107 points, followed by UCLA with 128 and the Ducks with 135. Washington was fifth with 165 points, followed by ASU with 218. Dunbar, a senior from Kodiak, Alaska, was impressive in his third-place finish. He chased Arizona’s outstanding duo of Lawi Lalang and Stephen Sambu the entire race before Lalang pulled away to win in 29:02. Sambu was second in 29:38, with Dunbar crossing the finish line next in 29:43, just a second faster than Stanford’s Joe Roda (29:44). The Ducks also received a strong performance from junior Parker Stinson. The Austin, Texas, native was seventh in 29:53. Oregon also had sophomore Jeramy Elkaim 32nd in 30:25, with Matthew Melancon, a freshman from Eugene, Ore., right with in 33rd, also timing 30:25. Sophomore Ryan Pickering’s 60th place finish in 30:42 was the Ducks’ final scorer.

NCAA Championships Led by a courageous effort by seniors Jordan Hasay, Alexi Pappas and Katie Conlon, the Women of Oregon captured their first NCAA cross country national title since 1987 last November in Louisville’s E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. Hasay led an impressive pack of Ducks who were in the race’s top 50 nearly the entire 6,000 meter distance. Oregon ended up winning easily with 114 points, followed by Providence with 183, Stanford with 198 and Florida State with 202.

Parker Stinson

Hasay looked strong in the lead pack throughout, only falling to Iowa State’s Betsy Saina and Abbey D’Agostino of Dartmouth at the tape. After a sprint to the finish, Saina was the 2012 individual champion in 19:27.9, followed by D’Agostino and Hasay both in 19:28.6. Hasay, from Arroyo Gande, Calif., willed her teammates around the course in impressive fashion. Pappas, a transfer from Dartmouth, ran just a step off the lead pack the entire race, and finished eighth in 19:43.9. Conlon was the surprise of the day for the Ducks. The transfer from NAIA Jamestown College in North Dakota had been the Ducks’ fifth or sixth runner during the regular season, but put on a strong kick over the final third of the race, passing a couple dozen runners to place 39th in 20:15.0. Then it was freshman Allie Woodward coming to the line as Oregon’s fourth runner. The Green Bay, Wis., native was 44th overall in 20:19.5. Freshman Annie Leblanc capped the scoring for the Ducks, finishing 68th in 20:31.5. Oregon also had senior Sarah Penney 105th in 20:50.7 and freshman Abbey Leonardi 162nd in 21:12.2. It was the third NCAA women’s cross country title in school history. The other came in 1987 and 1983 under coach Tom Heinonen. The men of Oregon had some ups and downs in their return to the NCAA meet after missing the Championships in 2011. The Ducks took 20th with 472 points. Oklahoma State won with 72 points, followed by Wisconsin with 135 and Colorado with 158. Senior Trevor Dunbar was the Ducks’ top finisher, taking 41st in 30:04.8. Freshman Matthew Melancon from Eugene had a strong first run at the NCAA meet, placing 97th in 30:41.2. Oregon also had Ryan Pickering 144th in 31:04.3, Ben DeJarnette 154th in 31:07.9 and Jeramy Elkaim 159th in 31:12.2.

Matthew Melancon

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Season Review

2012 SEASON RESULTS Pier Park Invitational (Pier Park, Portland, Ore., 9.1.12)

Pre-Nationals (E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, Louisville, Ky., 10.13.12)

Women’s Team Results (5,000 meters) (dual meet scoring) Oregon 15, Oregon State 50 Oregon 15, Portland 48 Oregon 14, Portland State 49

Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Anne Kesselring, Oregon 2 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 3 Katie Conlon, Oregon 4 Sarah Penney, Oregon 5 Megan Patrignelli, Oregon 6 Tansey Lystad, Portland 7 Taylor Wallace, Taylor Oregon 8 Amber Rozcicha, Portland State 9 Sarah Lloyd, UO Running Club 10 Becca Friday, Oregon

Time 17:11.0 17:12.9 17:13.2 17:13.5 17:13.7 17:24.8 17:28.0 17:31.3 17:43.5 17:50.4

Men’s Team Results (6,000 Meters) (dual meet scoring) Oregon 17, Portland 47 Oregon 15, Portland State 50

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Cole Watson, Oregon 2 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 3 Daniel Winn, Oregon 4 Aiden Irish, Portland 5 Chris Brewer, Oregon 6 Tim Costin, Oregon 7 Colby Alexander, Oregon 8 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 9 Cody Wells, Portland 10 Stephen Kersh, Portland 24 Joe Holvey, Oregon

Time 17:52.69 17:53.00 18:02.22 18:03.91 18:06.00 18:08.06 18:11.66 18:12.81 18:20.00 18:26.84 19:21.31

Bill Dellinger Invitational (Springfield Country Club, Springfield, Ore., 9.29.12) Women’s Team Results (5,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Oregon 18 2 Southern Utah 73 3 Gonzaga 87 4 UC Riverside 98 5 Idaho 125 6 Nevada 135 7 Seattle U. 203

Men’s Team Results (8,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Brigham Young 32 2 Oregon 49 3 Southern Utah 111 4 Washington 114 5 Gonzaga 130 6 Seattle U. 181 7 Sacramento State 185 8 Massachusetts 223 9 UC Riverside 233 10 Idaho 240

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Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 2 Christine Babcock, Unattached 3 Annie Leblanc, Oregon 4 Jamie Smith, Southern Utah 5 Sarah Penney, Oregon 6 Katie Conlon, Oregon 7 Jordan Hasay, Oregon 8 Hannah Kiser, Idaho 9 Damajeria Dubose, UC Riverside 10 Megan Patrignelli, Oregon 11 Alix Potratz-Lee, Unattached 12 Abbey Leonardi, Oregon 13 Lindsey Drake, Gonzaga 14 Sylvia Bedford, Southern Utah 15 Samantha Diaz, Nevada 16 Kirsten Bradford, Southern Utah 17 Becca Friday, Oregon 18 Danielle Jewkes, Southern Utah 19 Taylor Wallace, Oregon 20 Lauren Bergam, Gonzaga 21 Maggie Jones, Gonzaga 22 Emily Thomas, Gonzaga 23 Anne Kesselring, Oregon 24 Wesley Frazier, Unattached 25 Raquel Hefflin, UC Riverside 36 Ashley Maton, Unattached

Time 16:23.00 16:32.00 16:59.00 16:59.00 17:02.00 17:03.00 17:04.00 17:05.00 17:08.00 17:10.00 17:10.00 17:13.00 17:13.00 17:15.00 17:19.00 17:24.00 17:28.00 17:30.00 17:33.00 17:35.00 17:36.00 17:36.00 17:38.00 17:40.00 17:40.00 18:07.00

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Trevor Dunbar, Oregon 2 Jared Ward, Brigham Young 3 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 4 Nate Jewkes, Southern Utah 5 Tylor Thatcher, Brigham Young 6 Conner Peloquin, Brigham Young 7 Erik Barkhaus, Seattle U. 8 Joey Bywater, Washington 9 Steve Flint, Brigham Young 10 Rex Shields, Brigham Young 11 Parker Stinson, Oregon 12 Ryan Barrus, Southern Utah 13 Curtis Carr, Brigham Young 14 Jason Witt, Brigham Young 15 Taylor Farnsworth, Brigham Young 16 Cole Watson, Oregon 17 Seth Totten, UC Riverside 18 Tommy Gruenewald, Brigham Young 19 Spencer Gardner, Brigham Young 20 Barry Britt, Idaho 21 Reesey Byers, Sacramento State 22 Daniel Winn, Oregon 23 Aaron Beattie, Washington 24 Tate Kelly, Gonzaga 25 Erik Harris, Brigham Young 26 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 29 Ryan Pickering, Oregon 40 Chris Brewer, Oregon 48 Mitchell Hunt, Oregon 52 Matt Jablonski, Unattached 55 Colby Alexander, Oregon 93 Tim Costin, Oregon 95 Joe Holvey, Oregon

Time 23:38.00 23:40.00 23:49.00 23:51.00 23:54.00 23:54.00 23:56.00 23:57.00 23:59.00 24:00.00 24:00.00 24:02.00 24:05.00 24:05.00 24:05.00 24:06.00 24:10.00 24:11.00 24:15.00 24:18.00 24:20.00 24:25.00 24:27.00 24:27.00 24:28.00 24:29.00 24:33.00 24:49.00 25:03.00 25:09.00 25:12.00 26:40.00 26:49.00

Women’s Team Results (6,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Florida State 72 2 Oregon 87 3 Michigan 141 4 Georgetown 163 5 Texas 184 6 William and Mary 266 t7 Colorado 273 t7 Villanova 273 9 Florida 308 10 UC Davis 320 11 Butler 325 12 Kentucky 338 13 Southern Utah 475 14 Boise State 477 15 Utah 489 16 Clemson 530 17 Illinois 538 18 Air Force 546 19 Tulsa 553 20 UC Santa Barbara 575 21 Wichita State 593 22 Miami (Ohio) 598 23 New Hampshire 628 24 Ohio 637 25 Oregon State 696 26 Baylor 709 27 Kansas State 722 28 Loyola (Ill.) 748 29 Duquesne 762 30 Eastern Michigan 768 31 Virginia Tech 788 32 Appalachian State 809 33 Elon 836 34 Texas-El Paso 854 35 East Carolina 860 36 Eastern Kentucky 881 37 Xavier 961 38 Montana State 1057

Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton, Wichita State 2 Risper Kimaiyo, Texas-El Paso 3 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 4 Violah Lagat, Florida State 5 Jordan Hasay, Oregon 6 Colleen Quigley, Florida State 7 Emily Lipari, Villanova 8 Cally Macumber, Kentucky 9 Sara Sutherland, Texas 10 Jillian Smith, Michigan 11 Katie Clark, Butler 12 Sarah Sumpter, UC Davis 13 Julie Accurso, Ohio 14 Amanda Winslow, Florida State 15 Amanda Mergaert, Utah 16 Marielle Hall, Texas 17 Kayleigh Tyerman, Florida State 18 Allie Woodward, Oregon 19 Emily Stites, William and Mary 20 Elaina Balouris, William and Mary 21 Shalaya Kipp, Colorado 22 Annamarie Maag, Georgetown 23 Chelsea Oswald, Kentucky 24 Florence Ngetich, Florida 25 Rebecca Addison, Michigan 26 Nicky Akande, Villanova 27 Annie Leblanc, Oregon 28 Jamie Smith, Southern Utah 29 Alycia Cridebring, UC Davis 30 Madeline Chambers, Georgetown 34 Sarah Penney, Oregon 42 Megan Patrignelli, Oregon 52 Abbey Leonardi, Oregon

Time 19:43.9 19:46.0 19:56.9 20:00.6 20:03.4 20:06.4 20:06.9 20:09.0 20:10.7 20:13.7 20:14.4 20:15.0 20:15.6 20:15.9 20:19.2 20:19.8 20:22.3 20:24.6 20:26.1 20:26.6 20:28.7 20:32.2 20:32.7 20:35.3 20:35.4 20:36.1 20:41.2 20:42.4 20:42.8 20:43.1 20:48.1 20:57.9 21:05.8

Men’s Team Results (8,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Colorado 72 2 Brigham Young 127 3 Oregon 152 4 Florida State 275 5 Duke 287 6 Virginia Tech 288 7 Tulsa 292 8 Villanova 338 9 Georgetown 351 t10 Florida 369 t10 Eastern Michigan 369 12 Louisville 384 13 Boise State 399 14 William and Mary 434 15 Butler 465 16 McNeese State 471 17 Air Force 475 18 Lamar 517 19 Texas-El Paso 520 20 Indiana State 531 21 Montana State 549 t22 Weber State 584 t22 Southern Utah 584 24 Lehigh 625 25 Kentucky 643 26 Utah Valley 656 27 UC Santa Barbara 695 t28 Central Michigan 698 t28 UNC-Greensboro 698 30 Utah State 732 31 Duquesne 742 32 Miami (Ohio) 762 33 Iowa 782 34 Loyola (Ill.) 826 35 Rice 871 36 Cincinnati 880 37 Wichita State 896 38 Davidson 905 39 Bucknell 944 40 Kennesaw State 970

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Anthony Rotich, Texas-El Paso 2 Paul Chelimo, UNC-Greensboro 3 Terefe Ejigu, Eastern Michigan 4 Jake Hurysz, Colorado 5 Trevor Dunbar, Oregon 6 William Mulherin, Virginia Tech 7 David Rooney, McNeese State 8 Jared Ward, Brigham Young 9 Parker Stinson, Oregon 10 Jakub Zivec, Florida State 11 Blake Theroux, Colorado 12 Hugh Dowdy, Colorado 13 Jim Spisak, Duquesne 14 Nate Jewkes, Southern Utah 15 Andy Heyes, Tulsa 16 Mark Parrish, Florida 17 Breandan O’Neill, Florida State 18 Ernest Kibet, Louisville 19 Leoule Degfae, Virginia Tech 20 Tylor Thatcher, Brigham Young 21 Jason Witt, Brigham Young 22 Pierce Murphy, Colorado 23 Martin Medina, Colorado 24 Paul Katam, UNC-Greensboro 25 Cristian Soratos, Montana State 26 Josh Hardin, William and Mary 27 Aric VanHalen, Colorado 28 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 29 Ryan Barrus, Southern Utah 30 Luis Orta, Kentucky 49 Cole Watson, Oregon 61 Daniel Winn, Oregon 65 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 114 Ryan Pickering, Oregon

Time 23:01.0 23:14.0 23:15.7 23:19.5 23:20.5 23:20.5 23:20.7 23:22.4 23:24.8 23:29.3 23:38.8 23:39.2 23:40.6 23:42.1 23:42.4 23:43.2 23:45.0 23:45.7 23:46.2 23:48.0 23:49.1 23:49.5 23:49.5 23:49.9 23:50.6 23:52.2 23:52.2 23:52.3 23:53.1 23:53.4 24:02.4 24:06.8 24:12.0 24:35.9

Men’s Open Results (8,000 meters)

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Joseph Chebet, Western Kentucky 2 Cosmas Ayabei, Missouri-Kansas City 3 Pardon Ndhlovu, UNC-Pembroke 4 Matt Biegner, Colorado 5 Michael Heller, Kent State 9 Chris Brewer, Oregon 36 Tim Costin, Oregon

Time 23:56.7 24:08.0 24:15.0 24:21.4 24:22.8 24:32.3 25:01.7

2014 NCAA Championships, June 11-14, Historic Hayward Field


Season Review Pac-12 Championships (Robinson Ranch G.C., Santa Clarita, Calif., 10.27.12) Women’s Team Results (6,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Oregon 47 2 Arizona 69 3 Stanford 82 4 Washington 92 5 Colorado 124 6 UCLA 174 7 Utah 200 8 California 209 9 Arizona State 210 10 USC 295 11 Oregon State 305 12 Washington State 308

Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Kathy Kroeger, Stanford 2 Jordan Hasay, Oregon 3 Elvin Kibet, Arizona 4 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 5 Allie Woodward, Oregon 6 Amanda Mergaert, Utah 7 Jennifer Bergman, Arizona 8 Shelby Houlihan, Arizona State 9 Kelsey Santisteban, California 10 Aisling Cuffe, Stanford 11 Shalaya Kipp, Colorado 12 Megan Goethals, Washington 13 Jessica Tonn, Stanford 14 Lindsay Flanagan, Washington 15 Justine Johnson, Washington 16 Carrie Verdon, Colorado 17 Annie Leblanc, Oregon 18 Nicci Corbin, Arizona 19 Sarah Penney, Oregon 20 Amanda Russell, Arizona 21 Elizabeth Apgar, Arizona 22 Cayla Hatton, Stanford 23 Katie Conlon, Oregon 24 Abbey Leonardi, Oregon 25 Liberty Miller, Washington 26 Katie Flood, Washington 27 Rachel Viger, Colorado 28 Susannah Hurst, Utah 29 Bronte Golick, UCLA 30 Megan Patrignelli, Oregon 48 Becca Friday, Oregon 77 Anne Kesselring, Oregon

Men’s Team Results (8,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Colorado 49 2 Stanford 82 3 Oregon 105 4 Arizona State 109 5 UCLA 113 6 Washington 119 7 Arizona 166 8 Washington State 200 9 California 234

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Lawi Lalang, Arizona 2 Stephen Sambu, Arizona 3 Trevor Dunbar, Oregon 4 Parker Stinson, Oregon 5 Lane Werley, UCLA 6 Joe Rosa, Stanford 7 Blake Theroux, Colorado 8 Jake Hurysz, Colorado 9 Hugh Dowdy, Colorado 10 Benjamin Johnson, Stanford 11 Nick Happe, Arizona State 12 Aric VanHalen, Colorado 13 Martin Medina, Colorado 14 Pierce Murphy, Colorado 15 Zach Zarda, Arizona State 16 Joey Bywater, Washington 17 Tyler Stutzman, Stanford 18 Morgan Pearson, Colorado 19 David McDonald, UCLA 20 Miles Unterreiner, Stanford 21 Connor Winter, Colorado 22 Tyler King, Washington 23 Darius Terry, Arizona State 24 Lee George, Washington State 25 Aaron Nelson, Washington 26 Ryan Herson, Arizona State 27 Rob Webster Jr., Washington 28 Nohe Lema, UCLA 29 Dustin Fay, UCLA 30 Erik Olson, Stanford 31 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 32 Ryan Pickering, Oregon 39 Cole Watson, Oregon 50 Daniel Winn, Oregon 55 Chris Brewer, Oregon 59 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 64 Chad Noelle, Oregon 68 Jeramy Elkaim, Oregon

NCAA West Regional Championships (Jefferson Park G.C., Seattle, Wash., 11.9.12) Time 20:06 20:10 20:11 20:12 20:16 20:22 20:25 20:26 20:30 20:32 20:36 20:37 20:37 20:37 20:38 20:41 20:42 20:45 20:47 20:48 20:49 20:52 20:58 21:03 21:04 21:05 21:05 21:06 21:08 21:13 21:49 22:30

Time 22:49 22:50 23:28 23:28 23:33 23:35 23:40 23:41 23:42 23:43 23:45 23:46 23:49 23:50 23:52 23:58 24:03 24:04 24:06 24:10 24:11 24:12 24:13 24:14 24:15 24:16 24:17 24:17 24:17 24:18 24:19 24:22 24:31 25:03 25:08 25:12 25:24 25:38

Women’s Team Results (6,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Oregon 64 2 Stanford 85 3 Arizona 85 4 Washington 96 5 San Francisco 151 6 UC Davis 177 7 UCLA 217 8 Portland 230 9 California 305 10 Boise State 308 11 Cal Poly 327 12 Arizona State 329 13 Loyola Marymount 335 14 Gonzaga 354 15 Oregon State 442 16 UC Santa Barbara 452 17 UC Riverside 486 18 Long Beach State 523 19 Washington State 545 20 Idaho 552 21 Santa Clara 595 22 UC Irvine 645 23 Seattle U. 655 24 San Diego 673 25 San Diego State 690 26 Portland State 737 27 Saint Mary’s 751 28 Cal State Fullerson 864

Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Jordan Hasay, Oregon 2 Laura Hollander, Cal Poly 3 Kathy Kroeger, Stanford 4 Shelby Houlihan, Arizona State 5 Cayla Hatton, Stanford 6 Jennifer Bergman, Arizona 7 Allie Woodward, Oregon 8 Kelsey Santisteban, California 9 Aisling Cuffe, Stanford 10 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 11 Sheree Shea, Loyola Marymount 12 Elvin Kibet, Arizona 13 Sarah Sumpter, UC Davis 14 Nicci Corbin, Arizona 15 Katie Flood, Washington 16 Alycia Cridebring, UC Davis 17 Megan Goethals, Washington 18 Justine Johnson, Washington 19 Eva Krchova, San Francisco 20 Elena Burkard, San Francisco 21 Lindsay Flanagan, Washington 22 Sarah Penney, Oregon 23 Elizabeth Apgar, Arizona 24 Annie Leblanc, Oregon 25 Liberty Miller, Washington 26 Katie Conlon, Oregon 27 Jessica Tonn, Stanford 28 Katja Goldring, UCLA 29 Tansey Lystad, Portland 30 Amanda Russell, Arizona State 34 Abbey Leonardi, Oregon

Time 19:16 19:22 19:27 19:50 19:51 19:52 19:52 19:52 19:53 19:54 19:55 19:57 20:03 20:04 20:05 20:08 20:09 20:09 20:10 20:10 20:10 20:13 20:15 20:15 20:16 20:17 20:19 20:20 20:23 20:26 20:36

Men’s Team Results (10,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Stanford 45 2 Portland 107 3 UCLA 128 4 Oregon 135 5 Washington 165 6 Arizona State 218 7 Washington State 223 8 Cal Poly 224 9 Boise State 263 10 Arizona 270 11 UC Santa Barbara 331 12 San Francisco 332 13 California 391 14 Gonzaga 401 15 UC Davis 423 16 Seattle U. 451 17 UC Irvine 465 18 Sacramento State 468 19 Loyola Marymount 487 20 Saint Mary’s 524 21 Santa Clara 580 22 UC Riverside 593 23 Long Beach State 611 24 Idaho 660 25 Cal State Fullerton 784 26 San Diego 793

Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Lawi Lalang, Arizona 2 Stephen Sambu, Arizona 3 Trevor Dunbar, Oregon 4 Joe Rosa, Stanford 5 Lane Werley, UCLA 6 Jim Rosa, Stanford 7 Parker Stinson, Oregon 8 Joey Bywater, Washington 9 Scott Fauble, Portland 10 Tyler Stutzman, Stanford 11 David Perry, Portland 12 Benjamin Johnson, Stanford 13 Erik Olson, Stanford 14 Todd Wakefield, Washington State 15 Erik Barkhaus, Seattle U. 16 Miles Unterreiner, Stanford 17 David Cardona, Cal Poly 18 Lars Erik Malde, Portland 19 Rajpaul Pannu, Saint Mary’s 20 Trevor Halsted, UC Davis 21 Nohe Lema, UCLA 22 Dustin Fay, UCLA 23 David McDonald, UCLA 24 Jose Madera, San Francisco 25 Nick Happe, Arizona State 26 William Kincaid, Portland 27 Rob Webster Jr., Washington 28 Seth Totten, UC Riverside 29 Sean Davidson, Cal Poly 30 Michael Atchoo, Stanford 32 Jeramy Elkaim, Oregon 33 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 60 Ryan Pickering, Oregon 75 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 101 Cole Watson, Oregon

Time 29:02 29:38 29:43 29:44 29:46 29:52 29:53 29:53 29:54 29:56 29:58 30:00 30:01 30:01 30:01 30:04 30:10 30:10 30:11 30:12 30:12 30:14 30:14 30:15 30:18 30:18 30:19 30:23 30:24 30:24 30:25 30:25 30:42 31:03 31:30

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Season Review NCAA Championships (E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park, Louisville, Ky., 11.17.12) Men’s Team Results (10,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Oklahoma State 72 2 Wisconsin 135 3 Colorado 158 4 Northern Arizona 191 5 Florida State 238 6 Brigham Young 245 7 Tulsa 247 8 Oklahoma 262 9 Texas 291 10 Arkansas 327 11 Princeton 358 12 Portland 365 13 UCLA 376 14 Virginia 382 15 Syracuse 405 16 Stanford 408 17 Columbia 439 18 Indiana 456 19 Georgia 466 20 Oregon 472 21 New Mexico 473 22 Virginia Tech 516 23 Michigan 518 24 Eastern Kentucky 522 25 Georgetown 534 26 North Carolina State 550 27 Villanova 588 28 Notre Dame 591 29 Iona 626 30 Duke 725 31 Michigan State 755

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Men’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Kennedy Kithuka, Texas Tech 2 Stephen Sambu, Arizona 3 Lawi Lalang, Arizona 4 Anthony Rotich, Texas-El Paso 5 Girma Mecheso, Oklahoma State 6 Henry Lelei, Texas A&M 7 David Rooney, McNeese State 8 Mohammed Ahmed, Wisconsin 9 Tom Farrell, Oklahoma State 10 Paul Chelimo, UNC-Greensboro 11 Maverick Darling, Wisconsin 12 Reed Connor, Wisconsin 13 Zachary Mayhew, Indiana 14 Jared Ward, Brigham Young 15 Brian Shrader, Northern Arizona 16 Andrew Colley, North Carolina State 17 Kemoy Campbell, Arkansas 18 Shadra Kipchirchir, Oklahoma State 19 Ryan Dohner, Texas 20 Chris O’Hare, Tulsa 21 Jakub Zivec, Florida State 22 Zach Gates, Virginia 23 Mitch Goose, Iona 24 Joseph Manilafasha, Oklahoma State 25 Lane Werley, UCLA 26 Scott Fauble, Portland 27 Luke Caldwell, New Mexico 28 Breandan O’Neill, Florida State 29 William Mulherin, Virginia Tech 30 Peter Okwera, Tennessee 31 Fut Zienasellassie, Northern Arizona 32 Jake Hurysz, Colorado 33 Matt Johnsen, Lamar 34 Tylor Thatcher, Brigham Young 35 Joseph Chebet, Western Kentucky 36 Aric VanHalen, Colorado 37 Travis Mahoney, Temple 38 Wade Meddles, Eastern Kentucky 39 Blake Theroux, Colorado 40 Soufiane Bouchikhi, Eastern Kentucky 41 Trevor Dunbar, Oregon 97 Matthew Melancon, Oregon 144 Ryan Pickering, Oregon 154 Ben DeJarnette, Oregon 159 Jeramy Elkaim, Oregon 220 Mac Fleet, Oregon 240 Parker Stinson, Oregon

Time 28:31.3 28:38.6 28:51.8 29:13.5 29:14.8 29:14.8 29:21.3 29:23.9 29:26.3 29:29.8 29:30.5 29:31.4 29:32.8 29:33.4 29:37.7 29:39.5 29:41.5 29:43.0 29:43.2 29:46.4 29:47.7 29:48.3 29:48.7 29:48.8 29:49.5 29:50.8 29:52.0 29:52.7 29:52.7 29:53.9 29:54.1 29:55.3 29:56.2 29:58.0 29:58.0 29:58.1 29:58.6 29:59.7 29:59.9 30:02.6 30:04.8 30:41.2 31:04.3 31:07.9 31:12.2 32:04.9 32:49.2

Women’s Team Results (6,000 meters) Place Team Score 1 Oregon 114 2 Providence 183 3 Stanford 198 4 Florida State 202 5 Michigan 247 6 Arizona 263 7 Duke 300 8 Connecticut 304 9 Washington 334 10 New Mexico 341 11 Iowa State 350 12 Georgetown 381 13 Cornell 385 14 Penn State 387 15 Notre Dame 394 16 Michigan State 422 17 Weber State 428 18 Arkansas 449 19 Boston College 462 20 Villanova 475 21 William & Mary 481 22 Minnesota 500 23 Florida 518 24 Colorado 519 25 Texas 526 26 Oklahoma State 565 27 Vanderbilt 611 28 Toledo 613 29 Butler 636 30 Georgia 642 31 Harvard 676

Women’s Individual Results Place Name 1 Betsy Saina, Iowa State 2 Abbey D’Agostino, Dartmouth 3 Jordan Hasay, Oregon 4 Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton, Wichita State 5 Risper Kimaiyo, Texas-El Paso 6 Cally Macumber, Kentucky 7 Mareike Schrulle, Iowa 8 Alexi Pappas, Oregon 9 Laura Hollander, Cal Poly 10 Sarah Collins, Providence 11 Violah Lagat, Florida State 12 Colleen Quigley, Florida State 13 Elaina Balouris, William and Mary 14 Amanda Mergaert, Utah 15 Emily Sisson, Providence 16 Meaghan Nelson, Iowa State 17 Amanda Winslow, Florida State 18 Shalaya Kipp, Colorado 19 Elvin Kibet, Arizona 20 Kelsey Lakowske, Duke 21 Aisling Cuffe, Stanford 22 Katie Clark, Butler 23 Marielle Hall, Texas 24 Kathy Kroeger, Stanford 25 Emily Lipari, Villanova 26 Emily Stites, William and Mary 27 Juliet Bottorff, Duke 28 Cayla Hatton, Stanford 29 Jennifer Bergman, Arizona 30 Josephine Moultrie, New Mexico 31 Shelby Houlihan, Arizona State 32 Amber Henry, Weber State 33 Catherine White, Virginia 34 Rachel Sorna, Cornell 35 Laura Nagel, Providence 36 Katie Kellner, Cornell 37 Chelsea Oswald, Kentucky 38 Julie Accurso, Ohio 39 Katie Conlon, Oregon 40 Lianne Farber, North Carolina 44 Allie Woodward, Oregon 68 Annie Leblanc, Oregon 105 Sarah Penney, Oregon 162 Abbey Leonardi, Oregon

2014 NCAA Championships, June 11-14, Historic Hayward Field

Time 19:27.9 19:28.6 19:28.6 19:33.7 19:41.0 19:42.2 19:43.3 19:43.9 19:45.2 19:50.7 19:52.7 19:53.2 19:56.1 19:57.7 20:00.1 20:01.7 20:02.4 20:02.8 20:03.3 20:03.4 20:03.8 20:03.8 20:04.5 20:05.0 20:05.6 20:05.8 20:06.2 20:06.2 20:07.9 20:11.1 20:11.4 20:11.6 20:11.8 20:12.0 20:12.5 20:12.8 20:13.0 20:14.5 20:15.0 20:18.0 20:19.5 20:31.5 20:50.7 21:12.2

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