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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents Introduction 2013 NCAA Indoor Championship 2013 NCAA Outdoor Champions 2013 U.S. Olympians 2013 Pac-10 Men’s Title 2013 Pac-10 Women’s Title Track Town, USA

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The 2013 Season 2013 Schedule

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Staff Profiles Robert Johnson, Head Coach Andy Powell, Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Profiles Volunteer Assistant Coaches Support Staff Profiles Oregon Media Services

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Men’s Team Information Team Roster Featured Athlete Profiles Featured Newcomer Profiles Others to Watch

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Women’s Team Information Team Roster Featured Athlete Profiles Featured Newcomer Profiles Others to Watch

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Inside Track Town, U.S.A. Philip H. Knight Historic Hayward Field

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Coaching Legends Bill Hayward Bill Bowerman Bill Dellinger Tom Heinonen

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In Memoriam Steve Prefontaine

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Hayward Field Statistics Attendance Records Top Performances at Hayward Field Home Meet Records

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2013 Season in Review Men’s 2013 Season Review Men’s 2013 Featured Performances Women’s 2013 Season Review Women’s 2013 Featured Performances

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Men’s History Top Outdoor Performances Top Indoor Performances NCAA History NCAA All-Americans Conference History Individual Honors University Honors Academic Honors Letterwinners

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Women’s History Top Outdoor Performances Top Indoor Performances NCAA History NCAA All-Americans Individual Honors Conference History University Honors Academic Honors Letterwinners

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Dual Sport Legends Dual Sport Letterwinners

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The University of Oregon University President Athletics Director

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Credits The 2013 Oregon Track and Field Multi-Media Guide was written and designed by Greg Walker. Additional statistical research and editorial content provided by Riley Danford, Matthew Downs, Chris Geraghty, Michael Garabedian, Cameron Harati, Tom Heinonen, Dave Hirsch, Andy McNamara, Todd Miles, Michael Reilly, C.L. Shaffer, Jill Steele, Geoff Thurner and Dave Williford. Primary photography courtesy of Eric Evans, Kirby Lee and Geoff Thurner. Additional photography courtesy of John Becker, George Beltran, Stanley Brewster, Rio Capper, Katie Campbell, R.M. Collins III, Paul Conners, Dave Coskey, Steve Dykes, Tom Gee, John Gillespie, Don Gosney, John Giustina, Jeff Golden, Don Gosney, Stan Green, Beth Hall, Tony Harper, Kurt Jensen, Jeff Johnson, Phil Johnson, Norm Maves, Randy Miyazaki, Warren Morgan, Kevin Morris, Oregona, Oscar Palmquist, Bill Ross, Chris Todd, Betty Udesen, Michael Underwood, Bob Welch, Randy Wood, Herb Yamanaka, David Zahn and UO Archives.

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NCAA Championships June 11-14, 2014 Historic Hayward Field President: Michael Gottfredson Athletic Director: Rob Mullens Faculty Representative: James O’Fallon Facility: Hayward Field (10,500), founded 1919 Conference: Pacific-12 (www.pac-12.org) Enrollment: 24,500 Location: Eugene, Oregon Mascot: Ducks Colors: Yellow and Green (Pantone 567, Pantone 107) Duck Ticket Office: (541) 346-4461 1-800-WEB-FOOT Athletic Dept. Phone: (541) 346-4481 Athletic Communications Contact: Casey Johnon SID E-mail: cjohn17@uoregon.edu Media Services Phone: (541) 346-5488 Media Services FAX: (541) 346-5449 Press Box Phone: (541) 346-4497 or 346-4496 Web Site: www.goducks.com Indoor A-A Performances Returning/Lost: Men: 7/2 Women: 3/8 Outdoor A-A Performances Returning/Lost: Men: 7/2 Women: 6/4 NCAA Championships: 20 Men’s Outdoor Track: 1961, 1964, 1965, 1970, 1984 Men’s Indoor Track: 2009 Women’s Outdoor Track: 1985 Women’s Indoor Track: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Men’s Cross Country: 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 2007, 2008 Women’s Cross Country: 1983, 1987, 2012 Conference Championships: 61 Men’s Track & Field: 1924, 1934, 1965, 1967, 1978, 1979, 1986, 1990, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Women’s Track & Field: 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1991, 1992, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Men’s Cross Country: 1969, 1970, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1995, 2006, 2007, 2008 Women’s Cross Country: 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 2012


2013 NCAA Indoor Team 2013 SCHEDULE

The Streak Continues - 4 Straight

English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler and Phyllis Francis 2013 NCAA Indoor Champions 4x400 Meters 32


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Final Women’s Standings

Oregon 56

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Mac Fleet 2013 NCAA Champion 1,500 Meters

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English Gardner 2013 NCAA Champion 100 Meters

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2013Yurkovich SCHEDULE Rachel Javelin

Andrew Wheating 1,500 Meters

Galen Rupp Silver Medalist / U.S. Champion 10,000 Meters U.S. Champion 5,000 Meters

Cyrus Hostetler Javelin

Keshia Baker Gold Medalist 4x400 Meter Relay

Matthew Centrowitz 1,500 Meters

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Ashton Eaton

Gold Medalist / U.S. Champion Decathlon World Record (9,039 Points)

Becky Holliday Pole Vault

Olympians

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Pac-12 Men’s Title SevenYears in a Row

Sam Crouser Pac-12 Champion Javelin


Kevin Anding,Arthur Delaney, Jack Galpin, Mike Berry Pac-12 Champion 4x400 Meter Relay

Elijah Greer Pac-12 Champion 800 Meters

Dakotah Keys Pac-12 Champion Decathlon


Pac-12 Women’s Title Five Years in a Row

English Gardner Pac-12 Champion 200 Meters

Jenna Prandini Pac-12 Champion 100 Meters


Phyllis Francis Pac-12 Champion 400 Meters

Phyllis Francis, Jenna Prandini, English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe Pac-12 Champion 4x100 Meter Relay

Laura Roesler Pac-12 Champion 800 Meters


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TrackTown USA Historic Hayward Field 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials 2009 Pac-10 Track & Field Championships 2009 USA Track & Field Championships 2010 NCAA Track & Field Championships 2011 USA Track & Field Championships 2012 Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials 2013 NCAA Track & Field Championships 2014-2021 NCAA Track & Field Championships 2014 World Junior Championships in Athletics 2015 USA Track & Field Championships 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials


2013 SCHEDULE

Oregon Preview

2014 Schedule

Pepsi Team Invitational

2014 Indoor Track and Field Schedule Date Event Jan. 17-18 Washington Preview Jan. 24-25 Rod McCravy Memorial Invitational Jan. 31-Feb. 1 UW Invitational Feb. 14-15 Husky Classic Don Kirby Elite Feb. 15 The 107th Millrose Games Feb. 21-22 Alex Wilson Invitational Feb. 28-March 1 MPSF Championships March 14-15 NCAA Championships

Location Seattle, Wash. Lexington, Ky. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Albuquerque, N.M. New York, N.Y. South Bend, Ind. Seattle, Wash. Albuquerque, N.M.

2014 Outdoor Track and Field Schedule Date Event March 22 Oregon Preview March 27-28 San Diego Invitational March 29 San Diego Invitational April 4-5 Stanford Invitational April 5 Pepsi Arizona Dual April 17-19 Oregon Relays April 17-19 Mt. SAC Relays April 24-26 The 120th Penn Relays May 2 OSU High Performance Meet May 4 Payton Jordan Invitational May 9 Oregon Twilight May 10-11 Pac-12 Multis Championships May 17-18 Pac-12 Championships May 29-31 NCAA West Preliminary Round June 11-14 NCAA Outdoor Championships July 22-27 IAAF World Junior Championships

Location Hayward Field San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Stanford, Calif. Hayward Field Hayward Field Walnut, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Corvallis, Ore. Stanford, Calif. Hayward Field Pullman, Wash. Pullman, Wash. Fayetteville, Ark. Hayward Field Hayward Field

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2014 Season The 2014 NCAA Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field highlights another exciting schedule for Oregon track and field. The NCAA Championships will come to TrackTown for the 12th time, June 11-14, but fans won’t need to wait that long to see their Men and Women of Oregon compete as the Ducks will host four other events during the outdoor season. The Pepsi Arizona Dual is another marquee event on the Oregon schedule this season and will pit the Ducks against Pac-12 opponent, Arizona, April 5. It is expected to be the premier dual meet nationally this season as the men’s and women’s teams from both schools finished in the top 10 at last season’s NCAA Championships. Oregon will start the outdoor season at home with the Oregon Preview, March 22. The Ducks will then spend time in California for the San Diego Invitational which will consist of two separate meets over the course of three days. Following the Pepsi Arizona Dual, Oregon will host its annual Oregon Relays, April 17-19. A portion of the team will travel to the Mt. SAC Relays that same weekend.

Oregon Relays

A trip east to the 120th Penn Relays at Franklin Field will follow on April 24-26. The Oregon Twilight meet, May 9, will display both the present and past of Oregon Track and Field as a number of Duck alumni are expected to return. The Twilight meet will be the last tune-up for the Ducks before the Pac-12 Championships in Pullman, Wash., which begin with the combined events, May 10-11 and continue with the bulk of the meet, May 17-18. The NCAA West Regional Preliminary Rounds will take place May 29-31 at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark., leading up to a homecoming at the NCAA Championships. It will be the third time in five years that TrackTown has hosted the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Both the women’s and men’s teams finished with trophies last year, with third– and fourth-place finishes, respectively. Oregon will look to leave its mark again as 16 All-Americans return after their 2013 performances. Outside of the collegiate scene, TrackTown USA and Hayward Field will play host to the IAAF World Junior Championships this summer, July 22-27.

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STAFF PROFILES

Robert Johnson After a tremendously successful run as associate coach, Robert Johnson was elevated to head coach of the Oregon track and field and cross country programs in the summer of 2012. He is in his ninth season overall with the Ducks. His leadership was evident immediately upon taking the helm of the most storied programs in collegiate track and field when he set forth the framework that led to the Women of Oregon winning the 2012 cross country national championship for the first time in 25 years. The Ducks also captured Pac-12 and West Regional titles for the first time since 1987 as Johnson was honored at the national and conference coach of the year. Oregon followed up that performance by winning the 2013 NCAA Indoor women’s national title for a fourth year in a row. He then oversaw Oregon’s men’s and women’s sweep of the Pac-12 Championships, before guiding both teams to trophy finishes at the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Head Coach 2nd Year NCAA Women’s Coach of the Year 2011i, 2012i, 2012 xc, 2013i Pac-12 Women’s Coach of the Year 2012xc, 2013tf Pac-12 Men’s Coach of the Year 2013tf NCAA Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year 2010i Robert Johnson Has Guided UO Athletes to:

60 Meters 100 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay

7 NCAA Titles 2012i (W) 2012 (W), 2013 (W) 2010i (W), 2010 (W), 2012 (W), 2013i (W)

25 Pac-12 Titles 2010 (W), 2011 (W), 2012 (W), 2013 (W) 200 Meters 2010 (W), 2012 (W), 2013 (W) 400 Meters 2008 (W), 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (M), 2012 (W), 2013 (W) 800 Meters 2012 (W), 2013 (W) Long Jump 2009 (W), 2010 (W) Triple Jump 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2012 (W) 4x100 Meter Relay 2010 (W), 2012 (W), 2013 (W) 4x400 Meter Relay 2011 (W), 2013 (M) 100 Meters

Johnson has helped lead the remarkable resurgence of a women’s program that has won four straight NCAA Indoor national titles and five consecutive Pac-12 championships. The Duck women have finished in the top three at the outdoor national championships for five years in a row. He has been just as instrumental to a men’s team that has won seven straight league titles and boasts an NCAA Indoor title and NCAA outdoor runner-up finish in 2009, as well as a fourth place outdoor finish in 2013. He has coached Oregon student-athletes to the U.S. junior women’s record in the 100 meters (11.03), the Pac12 record in the 100 meters (10.96) as well as NCAA titles at 100 meters and the indoor 60 meters. He has also mentored four national championship 4x400 meter relay teams. One of his first recruits, 400 meter record holder Keshia Baker, was a gold medalist in the 4x400 meter relay at the 2012 London Olympics for Team USA. In 2013, English Gardner pulled off the impressive feat of winning both NCAA and U.S. titles in the 100 meters. Johnson’s charges have broken all but one indoor and outdoor school women’s record in the sprints, relays and horizontal jumps. On the men’s side, Johnson watched Mike Berry break the school’s 41 year-old record in the 400 meters as a freshman in 2011 and Berry has since improved his time to 44.75. Johnson has won three national women’s indoor track and field coach of the year awards (2011-12-13), as well as 2012 women’s cross country honor and the national women’s assistant of the year (2010 indoors). Recent seasons saw the emergence of Gardner, Oregon’s first ever NCAA champion at both 100 and 60 meters. She was named the 2012 Pac-12 Track Athlete of the Year and the 2011 Freshman of the Year after setting U.S. Junior, Pac-10 meet and school records when she timed 11.03 in winning the 2011 league 100 meter title. A year later at the NCAA Championships, not only did she win the 100, but she led off the 4x400 meter relay team that won in a meet record 3:24.54, the second-fastest time in collegiate history. Her final season, 2013, saw her win the NCAA 100 meter title in a Pac-12 record 10.96. At the 2011 NCAA Outdoor Championships, quarter-miler Mike Berry was one of the many highlights. He won the Pac-10 title in a then-school record 44.91 before going on to finish third at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and fifth at the USA Championships. He improved that to a runner-up finish at the 2012 NCAA meet. During the 2010 season, women’s school records fell in the 200 and 400 meters, both relays and the long and triple jumps. Oregon scored a meet-record 215 points at the 2010 Pac-10 Championships, with victories at 100 and 200 meters by Amber Purvis, the long jump and the triple jump by Jamesha Youngblood and the 400 meters by Baker, her third straight win. The Ducks also captured the 4x100 meter relay. That led to a runner-up finish at the 2010 NCAA Championships, where Baker and Purvis led Oregon to its first-ever NCAA 4x400 meter relay title in a then-school record 3:28.54. Indoors, 2010 was even better as the Ducks captured their first women’s NCAA Indoor Track & Field national title. Oregon punctuated its victory by winning the 4x400 meter relay for the first time in school history. The Ducks also counted a runner-up finish by Baker in the 400, a third-place finish from the distance medley relay team and a fourth-place showing from Purvis in the 200. Indoor UO record marks came at 60, 200 and 400 meters, in both relays and the long jump. The 2009 team, led by Pac-10 champions and All-Americans Baker and Youngblood, broke 12 indoor and outdoor school records in the sprints, relays and vertical jumps and captured three Pac-10 individual titles along the way. Baker won her second consecutive Pac-10 title at 400 meters and finished fifth at the NCAA Championships. Youngblood became the first Duck to sweep the long jump and triple jump competition at the league championships, and set school records in both events. Both were also indoor All-Americans. The 2009 season also saw three of the women’s four relay marks also fell. The men’s horizontal jumps have also taken a step forward under Johnson with Vernell Warren scoring in both the long jump and high jump at the Pac-10 Championships and qualifying for two consecutive NCAA Championships in recent seasons, while Brian Schaudt enteterd the top-10 in the triple jump in 2011. In 2008, Johnson, himself a two-time All-American triple jumper, helped launch Youngblood’s career as she set the school’s indoor long jump record and recorded the second-best outdoor triple jump and No. 3 long jump in school history. Johnson also coached Baker to the 2008 Pac-10 400 meter title, becoming the first Duck to win that event since Camara Jones in 1995. During the 2007 winter season, Lauryn Jordan scored All-America honors in UO’s first ever NCAA indoor long jump appearance after raising the indoor school record three times during the season. Before his work with Oregon, Johnson oversaw UCLA’s highly-regarded high jump, long jump and triple jump units, and also coordinated its strength and conditioning program. In that short span, his Bruin men and women combined for one NCAA title, one U.S. runner-up finish, two Pac-10 titles, and eight All-America honors. His star pupils included collegiate triple jump record holder Candice Baucham — the 2005 NCAA outdoor champion and U.S. runner-up, as well as 2004 Pac-10 champion and Olympic Trials triple jump qualifier Juaune Armon. As an Appalachian State assistant coach from 1997-2003, Johnson coached 28 individual Southern Conference champions and 14 NCAA qualifiers in the long jump, triple jump, 55 meters and 100 meters. He mentored the school’s first All-America jumper—Ronda White—an outdoor triple jump All-American in 2003, along with two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year and two Southern Conference Athletes of the Year. As an athlete, Johnson also competed for Appalachian State, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1996, and was a two-time triple jump All-American (1995, ’96), NCAA high jump qualifier (1996) and school high jump record holder (7-1 3/4). He competed in the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Trials. He and his wife Jackie, a former UO volunteer assistant, reside in Eugene.

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Andy Powell Responsible for Oregon’s cross country, middle distance and distance runners, associate head coach for track and field and cross country Andy Powell is in his ninth year with the University. Powell, working in conjunction with the staff in the training of the men’s and women’s distance runners, ensures that all student-athletes receive extensive individual attention, assists in recruiting all middle distance/distance runners, and oversees administrative functions related to the conduct of a successful cross country program — including team travel, equipment and assisting with the Bill Dellinger Invitational. He has coached some of the most successful runners in recent Oregon history, like Elijah Greer, Matthew Centrowitz, Galen Rupp and Andrew Wheating. Centrowitz ran to a third-place finish in the 1,500 meters at the 2011 IAAF World Championships, and a year later, placed fourth in a thrilling London Olympics 1,500 meter final. Rupp was the 2012 Olympic silver medalist at 10,000 meters.

Associate Head Coach 9th Year Andy Powell Has Guided UO Athletes to: 15 NCAA Titles Cross Country 2006 (M), 2013 (M) 800 Meters 2009 (M), 2010 (M), 2013i (M), 2013 (M) 1,500 Meters 2010 (M), 2011 (M), 2013 (M) 3,000 Meters 2009 (M) 5,000 Meters 2009i (M), 2009 (M) 10,000 Meters 2009 (M) Distance Medley Relay 2009 (M), 2010 (M) 17 Pac-10 Titles Cross Country 2006 (M), 2007 (M), 2008 (M) 2013 (M) 800 Meters 2008 (M), 2009 (M), 2010 (M), 2012 (M), 2013 (M) 1,500 Meters 2009 (M), 2010 (M), 2011 (M) 5,000 Meters 2007 (M) 10,000 Meters 2007 (M), 2008 (M), 2009 (M) Steeplechase 2009 (M) 82 All-America Awards 2006 (2xM), 2007 (5xM), 2008 (5xM), 2009 (4xM), 2010 (2xM), 2011 (M), 2013 (M) 800 Meters 2008 (M), 2009i (M), 2009 (M), 2010i (2xM), 2010 (2xM), 2011i (M), 2011 (M), 2012 (2xM), 2013i (2xM), 2013 (M) 1,500 Meters 2008 (M), 2010 (3xM), 2011 (2xM), 2013 (2xM) Mile 2007 (M), 2008 (M), 2009 (M), 2010 (2xM), 2011 (M), 2013 (3xM) 3,000 Meters 2006 (M), 2007 (M), 2009 (M), 2011 (M), 2012 (M) 5,000 Meters 2006i (M), 2007i (M), 2009i (3xM), 2009 (3xM), 2010i (M), 2010 (M), 2011i (M), 2012 (2xM), 2012i (M), 2013i (M) 10,000 Meters 2007 (M), 2009 (2xM), 2010 (M), 2011 (M), 2012 (M), 2013 (M) 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 2011 (M) Distance Medley Relay 2009 (M), 2010 (M), 2011 (M) Cross Country

Powell helped Oregon capture back-to-back NCAA Men’s Cross Country championships in 2007-08 plus the runner-up trophy in 2009. He also assisted to the Ducks to their first-ever NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship in 2009 followed by a second-place trophy at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships. In 2010, the men were second indoors and third outdoors. The Ducks returned to the podium with a fourth place outdoor finish in 2013. Oregon has also captured seven straight men’s Pac-12 titles. Oregon had one of its strongest middle distance seasons on record in 2013, with Elijah Greer sweeping both the NCAA indoor and outdoor 800 meter national titles, a first in UO history. Additionally, Greer won his second straight Pac-12 800 meter title as he capped a remarkable senior season. Mac Fleet was also a national champion in the 1,500 meters, while the Ducks garnered 10 distance and middle distance AllAmerica awards in 2013. The 2011-12 seasons saw Centrowitz win both the NCAA Outdoor and USA Championships title at 1,500 meters and also saw All-American performances from Greer (800 meters), Luke Puskedra (10,000 meters), Steve Finley (3,000 meter steeplechase), A.J. Acosta (1,500 meters), Trevor Dunbar (5,000 meters) and Parker Stinson (10,000 meters). Centrowitz also captured his third straight Pac-10 title at 1,500 meters, while Finley took the steeplechase crown. In the fall of 2011, Puskedra was the third place finisher at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. In 2010, Powell helped guide Wheating’s remarkable double at the NCAA Championships, where the 2008 Olympian became the first man in 25 years to win both the 800 and 1,500 meters. Wheating also anchored the Ducks’ indoor distance medley relay national title, and was also part of Oregon’s dramatic 1-2-3 sweep in the NCAA Outdoor 1,500 meters. A year earlier, Powell played an important role in mentoring perhaps the best individual season in the history of men’s collegiate distance running. Rupp became the first person ever to win six distance races during the same academic year. Rupp was the 2008 NCAA individual cross country champion, the 2009 NCAA Indoor 3,000 and 5,000 meter champion, the 2009 NCAA Outdoor 5,000 and 10,000 meter champion, and anchored Oregon’s winning Indoor distance medley relay team. He was also the Pac-10 cross country medalist and won the league’s 10,000 meter title and capped his collegiate career by winning the title at the USA Track and Field Championships at Historic Hayward Field. He was named the USTFCCCA and Pac-10 Division I men’s track athlete of the year and was also honored as the NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year for all sports. On the track, the Oregon men continued to amass honors on the individual and team fronts. Wheating won his NCAA first title at 800 meters in 2009 to go along with Rupp’s six distance wins, while the distance crew counted Pac-10 wins from Wheating (800), Rupp (10,000), Chris Winter (Steeplechase) and a 1-2-3 sweep in the 1,500 meters led by Centrowitz, Rupp and Wheating. In all the distance runners tallied 79 points towards Oregon’s school-record 158 point total and third straight Pac-10 crown. The 2009 season also saw Rupp set the American indoor record at 5,000 meters (13:18.12) and the American indoor collegiate record at 3,000 meters (7:44.69) as the team men broke every school indoor mark between 800 and 5,000 meters, plus the distance medley record. Not surprisingly, Oregon was named the USTFCCCA’s Division I program of the year for 2009. The year before served as a precursor to the remarkable 2008-09 season. Wheating won 11 consecutive races before finishing second by .01 in the men’s 800 meters final of the most exciting race of the entire 2008 NCAA Track and Field Championships. Rupp meanwhile finished second in the 10,000 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials to qualify for his first Olympic Games. In 2007, Rupp earned a World Championships 10,000 meters invitation after he placed second in the USA and NCAA Championships — an event he raced to an American collegiate record during the season (27:33.48). Postseason success is nothing new to Powell who served as a volunteer coach at Columbia University during the 2004-05 season and worked with distance coach and director of track and field Willie Wood. As a Stanford athlete, Powell stood out as one of the nation’s top middle distance runners. He still ranks among the school’s all-time best in the 1,500 meters (3:40.65) and just missed an Olympic Trials bid with the nation’s top freshman mark that season. That same campaign, he competed on the Cardinal’s NCAA champion track and field squad and placed eighth in the Pac-10 Championships 5,000 meters (14:18.75) as Stanford took second as a team. In cross country, he ran on the Cardinal team that finished fourth in the NCAA Championships in 2000 and won the Pac-10 title. As a prep at Oliver Ames High School in North Easton, Mass., near Boston, he won U.S. junior titles as a senior in the 1,500 meters (3:49.81) and 5,000 meters (14:51.81) after he ran a state mile record of 4:02.7. The Foot Locker Cross Country qualifier also won titles as a high school athlete in the Pan American Junior Championships, Golden West Invitational, and Millrose Games. His wife Maurica Powell is an assistant coach for the Ducks and was a decorated Stanford middle distance runner and All-American. The couple have two sons.

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Jamie Cook Jamie Cook, a 10-year Ivy League veteran coach and a former Big Ten decathlon champion, joined the Oregon staff in the summer of 2010. Cook oversees the men’s and women’s combined events as well as the men’s and women’s high jump, hurdles and pole vault. In his three years at Oregon, Cook has helped athletes attain 10 All-America honors, four Pac-12 individual titles and three individual NCAA Championships. He has most recently worked with three-time AllAmerican Dakotah Keys and two-time All-American Jonathan Cabral. Both picked up outdoor AllAmerica status in both 2012 and 2013; Keys in the pentathlon and Cabral in the 110 hurdles. In addition, Keys’s ninth-place finish at the indoor championships marked an All-American during the indoor season under Cook’s supervision.

Assistant Coach 4th Year Jamie Cook Has Guided UO Athletes to:

Heptathlon Pentathlon

3 NCAA Titles 2012 (W) 2011i,(W), 2012i (W)

110 Hurdles Decathlon Heptathlon

4 Pac-12 Titles 2012 (M) 2012 (M), 2013 (M) 2012 (W)

10 All-America Awards 110 Hurdles 2012 (M), 2013 (M) Decathlon 2011 (M), 2012 (M), 2013 (M) Heptathlon 2011i (M), 2012 (W), 2013i (M) Pentathlon 2011i (W), 2012i (W)

Cook also worked with Brianne Theisen, who won both the NCAA indoor pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon title, as well as the Pac-12 heptathlon crown. She set the collegiate and Canadian record in the pentathlon (4,555 points) and set the NCAA meet mark with 6,440 points in the heptathlon - the secondbest score in collegiate history - before going on to the London Olympics to represent Team Canada. Theisen led the Ducks to their third consecutive NCAA indoor title and fourth straight NCAA outdoor runner-up finish. Cook’s first year with the program in 2011 produced immediate results. His efforts helped David Klech become a two-time All-American and he played a crucial role in the Ducks’ fifth straight men’s Pac-10 title. The Women of Oregon were just as successful with their second straight NCAA Indoor national title, third straight Pac-10 crown and third straight NCAA Outdoor runner-up trophy. Klech, who had never competed in a combined event prior to 2011, opened the year by finishing sixth in the heptathlon at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Outdoors, Klech was the Pac-10 runner-up in the decathlon and then went on to take third in the long jump and fifth in the 110 meter hurdles to account for 18 team points. Klech went on to finish 16th in the decathlon at the NCAA Championships to earn his second All-America honors of 2011. He had UO top-10 marks in the decathlon (7,581), heptathlon (5,831), 110 meter hurdles (13.82) and 60 meter hurdles (7.88) in 2011. Duck jumpers and hurdlers also played an important role in the 2011 league title with Ouderkirk taking second in the pole vault and Justin Frick fourth in the high jump. Frick would go on to clear 7-3.75/2.23m later in the summer. Cook also helped guide Theisen to the 2011 NCAA Indoor title in the pentathlon where the Ducks claimed their second straight national title. Theisen scored an NCAA meet record 4,540 points to win the title. Prior to Oregon, Cook was been the top men’s assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania from 200110. During his tenure with the Quakers, Cook coached 64 Ivy League champions, oversaw seven school records, and helped Penn capture a pair of team titles (2001-02). The Quakers placed 11th at the 2003 NCAA Championships. He was also the combined events coordinator for the prestigious Penn Relays for 10 years. In conjunction with his coaching duties, Cook developed training programs with an emphasis on speed development that have been used by Olympians, as well as players from the NFL, Major League Baseball and English Premier Soccer League. Cook’s speed training was also utilized by Penn’s reigning Ivy League champion football team. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Off the track, Cook played a key role in Penn’s track and field alumni relations, which helped lead to the establishment of a $1,000,000 endowment in 2003 and saw an annual fundraising total of $250,000 in 2010. Prior to joining the Quakers’ staff, Cook was a three-time All-American in the decathlon for Penn State from 1995-98, where he was also a Big Ten, IC4A and Penn Relays champion in the multi-events during his collegiate career. Cook was additionally honored as a three-time Academic All-American while competing for the Nitany Lions. He was a 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials competitor in the decathlon, and competed in six USA Track & Field combined events (decathlon/indoor heptathlon) from 2002-05. Cook also represented the United States versus Germany in the Decathlon Duel of 2003. His personal best in the decathlon of 7,853 points came during his 2004 Olympic Trials year. Cook graduated from Penn State with a degree in kinesiology in 1999 and then in 2006, completed his work in the executive education program at Penn’s Wharton School of Business with a concentration in finance/ accounting. Cook and his wife Kristin are the parents of two children, a son and a daughter.

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Maurica Powell Returning for her eighth season at Oregon, Maurica Powell has become one of the most well-respected distance coaches in the nation. Her knowledge and commitment to the Duck runners ensures that all student-athletes receive extensive individual attention over the course of the track and cross country seasons. That commitment to her runners paid off in the fall of 2012 when she and head coach Robert Johnson led Oregon to the NCAA Women’s Cross Country national championship. The Ducks were also Pac-12 and NCAA West Regional champions, capping the school’s most successful cross country season in a generation. Jordan Hasay, Alexi Pappas and Katie Conlon were all named All-Americans, while Hasay captured the West Region individual crown for the third year in a row. In addition to the cross country national title, among the many highlights during Powell’s tenure are three NCAA Indoor women’s national titles (2010-11, 2013), four conference crowns and three NCAA Outdoor runner-up finishes (2009-10-11). She has also overseen individual national titles by Hasay (mile, 3,000 meters), Anne Kesselring (800) and Rebekah Noble (800), 12 individual conference event winners and 57 all-Americans.

Assistant Coach 8th Year Maurica Powell Has Guided UO Athletes to:

800 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters

Cross Country 800 Meters 1,500 Meters 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Steeplechase

4 NCAA Titles 2006 (W), 2008 (W) 2011 (W) 2011 (W) 12 Pac-12 Titles 2009 (W), 2010 (W) 2006 (W), 2009 (W), 2010 (W) 2010 (W), 2011 (W) 2008 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (W) 2010 (W) 2010 (W)

57 All-America Awards 2007 (2xW), 2008 (2xW), 2009 (W), 2010 (2xW), 2012 (3xW) 800 Meters 2006i (W), 2006 (W), 2007i (W), 2007 (W), 2008 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (2xW), 2011i (W) 1,500 Meters 2010 (2xW), 2011 (2xW), 2013 (2xW) Mile 2009 (W), 2010 (2xW), 2011 (3xW), 2013 (2xW) 3,000 Meters 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (W), 2013 (2xW) 5,000 Meters 2008 (W), 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2010i (W), 2011 (W), 2013i (3xW), 2013 (W) 10,000 Meters 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (W) Steeplechase 2011 (W), 2013 (W) Distance Medley Relay 2006 (W), 2009 (W), 2010 (W), 2011 (W), 2013 (W)

Cross Country

Hasay went on to set school and Pac-12 records in the 10,000 meters, and then placed second at the 2013 U.S. Track and Field Championships following graduation. The 2010-11 season was a memorable one for Powell and the Ducks, as Hasay led the team to the Indoor national title with her wins at the mile and 3,000 meters. Hasay was also the Pac-10 individual cross country and 1,500 meter champion during the 2010-11 year. The 2011 outdoor season produced another Pac-10 title, including a pair of wins from Hasay in the 1,500 and 5,000 meters, and concluded with another NCAA Outdoor runner-up finish. During the 2009-10 campaign, Powell helped steer Oregon to its first-ever women’s NCAA Indoor Track & Field national title as the distance corps tallied points in the distance medley relay (second), mile (Jordan Hasay, fourth; Anne Kesselring, sixth) and 3,000 meters (Nicole Blood, fifth). That success continued outdoors with a dominating Pac-10 championship that saw Oregon win every race from 100 to 10,000 meters, plus the steeplechase. Among those winners were Kesselring in the 800, Zoe Buckman in the 1,500 meters, Blood in both the 5,000 and 10,000 meters and Claire Michel, who became Oregon’s first league 3,000 meter steeplechase champion. The success carried over into the NCAA Championships with a trio of third-place finishes - Hasay in the 1,500, Kosinski in the 5,000 and Blood in the 10,000 - plus Kesselring’s sixth-place showing in the 800 that led to the Ducks’ second-straight national runner-up finish. The academic year began with Blood winning the 2009 Pac-10 cross country individual title, Oregon’s first conference medalist in 17 years. The 2008-09 season marked a return to prominence for the Women of Oregon with a second-pace showing at the 2008 NCAA Cross Country Championships, a tie for ninth at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, and their highest finish in a quarter century at the NCAA Outdoor Championships where they captured the silver trophy. The women also won their first Pac-10 track title in 17 years and took second again in cross country as Oregon was named the USTFCCCA’s Division I women’s national program of the year. The distance runners proved vital in Oregon’s Pac-10 track and field triumph with Buckman winning at 800 meters and Blood running second in the 5,000 meters. There was no shortage of All-America winners for the women either in 2008-09. Alex Kosinski ran eighth and Blood 10th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships to give Oregon a pair of top 10 finishers for just the second time in school history. Mattie Bridgmon joined Blood and Kosinski as cross country All-Americans and Kosinski became the first Duck to win the NCAA West Regional in 14 years. Indoors, Oregon’s school-record setting distance medley relay team garnered All-America honors, as did Blood in both the mile and 3,000 meters. Outdoors, Blood was the national runner-up at 5,000 meters, while Bridgmon was an All-America selection at 10,000 meters. During the spring of 2008, Blood was the Pac-10 champion at 5,000 meters and earned All-America honors in that event, while Buckman was an All-American in the 800. In the Ducks’ second-straight NCAA cross country runner-up showing in 2008, Powell worked with three runners who earned All-America honors in Kosinski, Blood and Bridgmon. In 2007, Noble repeated her NCAA indoor 800 meter runner-up honors, then received her fourth 800 All-America honor that June. That fall, led by Blood and Kosinski, the squad won runner-up honors at the NCAA Championships. On the track in 2006, the women’s distance unit celebrated a pair of All- America efforts in the NCAA Indoor Championships by Noble (800 meters, second) and the distance medley relay (seventh). Three months later, Noble became the first freshman to win an NCAA title in the outdoor 800 meters. Before her arrival at Oregon, Powell made an impact as a graduate assistant coach at Columbia University for the 2004-05 season. The Lions’ touted women’s distance program enjoyed a breakthrough season with its 13th-place finish in the 2004 NCAA Cross Country Championships, led by Caroline Bierbaum who took third individually in the collegiate harrier finale, and second outdoors in 2005 in the NCAA 10,000 meters (33:03.37). During the outdoor regular season, Bierbaum ranked first nationally in the 10,000 meters (32:44.51) and Delilah DeCrescenzo stood second nationally in the steeplechase (10:06.88) before she claimed ninth in the NCAA finale. While she coached the Lions, Powell studied as a social work graduate student and worked with disadvantaged Harlem junior high and high school youth. A middle distance star for Stanford University from 1998-2002, Powell still ranks in the top 10 all-time for Stanford in the indoor 800 meters (third, 2:07.51) and outdoor 800 meters (ninth, 2:06.63) and 1,500 meters (eighth, 4:16.51), and was an All-American in 2002 in the 1,500 meters (fifth, 4:16.51) and indoor distance medley relay (1,200 meter leadoff leg, third overall, 11:09.23). In the Pac-10 Championships, she was a threetime scorer in the 800 meters and also placed in the 1,500 meters as a junior and senior. She took seventh in the 800 meters as a freshman in the 1999 U.S. Junior Championships. In high school, the Boston-area native was a six-time state track champion for Franklin High School in Franklin, Mass. Powell and her husband, UO associate head coach Andy Powell, have two sons.

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Erik Whitsitt One of the rising stars among the nation’s throws coaches, Erik Whitsitt joined the University of Oregon staff in the summer of 2012 following an impressive three-year run at Illinois State. In his first year with the Ducks, Whitsitt coached three outdoor NCAA First Team All-Americans. Sam Crouser (javelin) and Greg Skipper (hammer throw) finished third and fourth at the 2013 NCAA Championships, respectively, while Liz Brenner took eighth in the javelin on the women’s side. Crouser also won the first Whitsitt-coached Pac-12 title, throwing a conference-best 249-4 at the 2013 championships. While with the Redbirds, Whitsitt oversaw the development of two-time NCAA men’s javelin champion Tim Glover, as well as two-time NCAA women’s runner-up Brittany Smith, who captured the 2012 silver medal in both the shot put and the hammer, outdoors, along with a third-place finish in the weight throw indoors.

Erik Whitsitt Has Guided UO Athletes to:

Glover, who was named the 2012 USTFCCCA men’s national field athlete of the year after winning his second NCAA crown, and Smith both went on to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials, along with another ISU graduate, Leigh Petranoff (women’s javelin). Glover and Smith then represented Team USA at the 2012 under 23 NACAC championships in Mexico, where Glover won the gold in the javelin and Smith was the silver medalist in the hammer.

1 Pac-12 Title 2013 (M)

At the 2012 Missouri Valley Championships, Whitsitt’s throwers accounted for 41 of Illinois State’s 90 points in claiming the league title. Following the season, Whitsitt was named the 2012 USTFCCCA Men’s Midwest assistant coach of the year.

3 All-America Awards 2013 (M), 2013 (W) 2013 (M)

Prior to Illinois State, Whitsitt gathered an impressive resume of national coaching and competitive experience. Whitsitt was the throws coach at McNeese State from 2008-09, and also served as the team academic liaison and recruiting coordinator. During the 2009 season, Whitsitt coached three studentathletes to the NCAA East Regional Championships, one each in javelin, shot put and discus.

Assistant Coach 2nd Year

Javelin

Javelin Hammer Throw

Whitsitt gained experience in the coaching ranks as a volunteer assistant coach, and with throwing camps and summer league teams. Whitsitt was a volunteer coach for the USA Track and Field Summer League team Lake Area Express in Lake Charles, La., for two years in which he coached two AAU All-Americans in the javelin as well as coaching Jon Poshe to Numerous Masters National championships and state records. Before Lake Area Express, Whitsitt was a volunteer coach for the Iron Wood throwing camp in 2004. He earned his first coaching experience during 2000-02, while serving as a volunteer coach for the USA Track and Field Summer League team Mercury (Pueblo, Co.). During his collegiate years at Idaho State (2002-05) and Boise State (2005-07), Whitsitt won two individual conference championships in the shot put and was a member of four team conference championships. He was a four-time regional outdoor qualifier in the shot put and qualified for the 2007 NCAA Championships and the 2007 U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Whitsitt, a native of Pueblo, Colo., holds a USATF Level I certification and is a USATF Certified Official. He and his wife, Kacie, reside in Eugene.

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Curtis Taylor Taylor joins the Oregon staff from Laney College in Oakland, Calif., where he spent eight years as the Head Women’s Track and Field Coach. Taylor took a program that finished 23rd at the 2006 California Community College State Track and Field Championships before his arrival and immediately helped them compete for state titles. By his second year at Laney, the team won the Nor Cal Regional Championship and finished second at the state meet, earning Taylor the title of California State Junior College Coach of the Year. The honor was followed by being named the Nor Cal Region Women’s Coach of the Year both in 2007 and 2008. The level of competition at Laney was maintained throughout Taylor’s tenure as the Eagles finished in the top three in the state during five of his seven years at the helm. In 2010, Taylor guided Laney to its first California State Junior College Championship and duplicated the effort in 2012.

Assistant Coach 1st Year

Prior to his time at Laney College, Taylor had two-year stops at Merritt College as the Head Women’s Track and Field coach and at City College of San Francisco where he was an assistant coach for sprints, hurdles and jumps. Outside of the collegiate scene, Taylor served as a camp clinician at the USATF Junior Women’s Elite Sprint/ Hurdles Camp and was a USATF Western Region Junior Women’s Sprint Coordinator. He was also the Track and Field Coach at the East Oakland Youth Development Program for 17 years, a community-based organization that has produced numerous youth national champions. Taylor began his coaching career at the interscholastic level in 1988 at Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland as an assistant coach before becoming head coach at Skyline High School, also in Oakland, for six years. In all, Taylor has coached more than 50 High School and Junior College All-Americans.

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Kimber Mattox Bend, Ore., native Kimber Mattox is in her second season as a volunteer assistant coach after finishing a collegiate career that saw her earn five All-America awards. She will work with assistant coach Maurica Powell in the distances and steeplechase. Mattox transferred to Oregon for her final year of eligibility following a standout career at Willamette University. As a senior for the Ducks in 2012, Mattox finished ninth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the NCAA Championships for her first Division I All-America award. She also was the Pac-12 runner-up in the steeple, helping Oregon win its fourth consecutive league title. Earlier in 2012, she ran a personal best 10:06.58 steeple at the Oregon Relays, a mark that ranks No. 2 all-time at the University.

Volunteer Assistant Coach 2nd Year

Prior to Oregon, Mattox collected four NCAA Division III All-America awards and eight conference championships running for Willamette (Salem, Ore.). As a junior in 2011, she was the NCAA runner-up in the 3,000 meter steeplechase (10:26.79) and placed ninth in the 5,000 meters (17:29.53). She set a seasonal best in the steeplechase at the Mt. SAC Relays in 10:23.34, establishing a Willamette school record in the process. Mattox also set the Willamette record in the 1,500 meters (4:28.11). She pulled off a difficult sweep at the 2011 NWC championships where she won the steeple, 1,500 and 5,000 meters. She was named the USTFCCCA NCAA Division III West Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year for both 2011 and 2009. Mattox was a two-time academic All-District 8 selection. In cross country, she earned All-America status by finishing 35th at the 2010 NCAA Division III national meet when she was also the NWC champion. She also played soccer (midfielder) for the Bearcats, scoring four goals with two assists in 37 career appearances over two seasons. Mattox attended Cornell her first year of college but did not participate in track at the Ivy League school. She won the 4A state cross country title for Bend High School as a sophomore in 2004 (18:09), the day after she had played a full 90 minute soccer game for the Lava Bears. Mattox also played basketball for Bend.

Brian Schaudt Three-time Pac-12 triple scorer Brian Schaudt is in his second year as a volunteer assistant coach. He assists head coach Robert Johnson with the jumpers and sprinters. Schaudt scored at the Pac-12 meet in the triple jump his final three years at Oregon, helping the Ducks extend their conference winning streak to six consecutive titles. One of his best moments came at the 2011 meet, where he flew to a mark of 51-8.25/15.75m to finish third with the eight-best triple jump in school history. Schaudt set al all-conditions PR of 51-9/15.77m with a +2.6 wind at the 2011 Oregon Relays. In all, Schaudt was a three-time NCAA West Regional qualifier in the triple jump. He also scored in the long jump at the Pac-12 meet as a senior. Additionally, he made the record books indoors with a best triple jump of 50-9.25/15.47m at the 2012 Husky Classic, No. 4 all-time at Oregon. Schaudt won 2008 state championship with Philomath High School when he was the individual triple jump winner, going a high school best 48-9 at the state meet.

Volunteer Assistant Coach 2nd Year

Schaudt is the son of Oregon Sports Hall of Famer Carol Menken-Schaudt, who was the starting center for the United States’ Olympic gold-medal winning women’s basketball team at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles. As a star player for Oregon State, she led the nation in field goal percentage in 1981 (.750) and was fourth in scoring (29.6 points per game). Schaudt graduated from Oregon with a degree in communication disorders and sciences in 2012.

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Jim Radcliffe

One of the most overlooked elements in the success of Oregon’s student-athletes is Jim Radcliffe, who is in the midst of his 27th year as the school’s head strength and conditioning coach. He not only plays a significant role in the Ducks’ program as the designer of the year-round conditioning calendar but also has been quick to aid the athletic development of athletes in all sports. Radcliffe furnishes the student-athletes with a wide variety of exercise through weight training and lifting systems, and is a noted authority in the field of exercises dealing with the improvement of speed and quickness. The McCloud, Calif., native became assistant strength coach at Oregon in 1985, a position he held for two years before assuming the duties of head coach in that area.

Director of Strength & Conditioning 27th Year

Radcliffe taught and coached a variety of sports and was the athletic trainer for four years at Aloha High School from 1980-83. He then did graduate study at Colorado and worked in private business prior to joining the Ducks’ staff. Graduating from Pacific (Ore.) with a degree in physical education and health in 1980, he played four seasons at defensive back and was captain of the special teams. Radcliffe earned his Master’s in biomechanics from Oregon in 1992. Radcliffe is active in national organizations surrounding his profession and is certified by the United States Weightlifting Federation. He also has written books, been published in numerous professional journals and produced videos on plyometrics, one of the most effective exercise techniques. Radcliffe’s wife, Janice, is an instructor and fitness director in the University’s department of physical education and recreation.

Jill Steele Jill Steele joined the staff in the fall of 2011 as director of operations. The Seattle, Wash., native is responsible for many of the day-to-day operations of the track and cross country teams, including administrative support, team travel and logistics. She also plays a vital role in the numerous championship-level track and field meets hosted by Oregon. She served on the Meet Operations and Marketing committees for the 2012 Olympic Trials as well as the 2012 Pac-12 Track & Field Championships. Prior to arriving in TrackTown USA Steele spent two years working with the University of Oklahoma’s track and field teams. She began her time with the Sooners as a graduate assistant, studying intercollegiate athletic administration, before moving into a full-time position as director of track and field operations. While earning her Master’s degree from Oklahoma, Steele served as a graduate assistant with academics, where she advised and monitored student-athlete academic progress. Additionally, she mentored student-athletes with learning disabilities and international English second-language students-athletes. She was the meet director for the 2011 Big 12 Track & Field Championships.

Director of Operations 3rd Year

Steele was a member of the cross country and track and field teams at Utah State. She won the Joe E. Whitesides Scholar-Athlete Award four years in a row, from 2003 to 2006. She was named to the Western Athletic Conference all-academic team in both 2005 and 2006 and graduated from Utah State in 2006 with a degree in health, physical education and recreation. After graduation, Steele spent one season as head cross country coach at Overlake High School in Redmond, Wash. Steele has also volunteered for the American Cancer Society as an event chairperson for its “Relay For Life” fund-raiser event.

Matthew Downs Matthew Downs is in his second year as Oregon’s director of internal operations for the track and field and cross country teams. Downs oversees the integration of the program’s administrative areas within the athletics department, including compliance, eligibility, meet operations, finance, marketing and promotions and public relations. Downs came to Oregon after spending three years (2009-12) as the director of track and field operations at the University of Virginia. In addition to his role as home meet director for the Cavaliers, he also assisted with the program’s alumni relations and with the planning, fund-raising and development of Virginia’s $7 million track and field facility. Previously, Downs also worked with the SunTrust National Marathon in Washington, D.C., as well as college football’s Military Bowl and the NCAA Frozen Four.

Director of Internal Operations 2nd Year

Downs, from Richmond, Va., was a three-time all-conference runner for the University of Mary Washington and team captain from 2006-08. He graduated from Mary Washington in 2008 with degrees in history and economics, and received his Masters in sport leadership from Virginia Commonwealth in 2009. Prior to Virginia, Downs was an assistant track and field coach at St. Christopher’s High School in Richmond from 2008-09. Downs is also a USATF certified official with six years of experience.

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Lance Deal Lance Deal begins his 12th year with the Oregon track and field program. After eight years as a successful assistant coach, he was named director of track & field venues and program support in 2010. The 1996 Olympic silver medalist and 21-time national champion is responsible for coordinating the activities and improvements at of one of the most storied venues in all of sport - Historic Hayward Field. Deal ensures that the iconic stadium is preped and in top condition for every meet it hosts. He also oversees all equipment necessary for staging track events on the grand stage, ranging from hurdles and starting blocks to pits and poles and everything in between.

Director of Track & Field Venues and Program Support 12th Yearr

Another aspect of Deal’s role is to serve as the program’s point man for all capital improvement and construction projects. He played an integral role in the intensive Hayward Field renovation that took place for the 2008 Olympic Trials. That feat included realigning the grass infield and designing and building new cages for the hammer and discus throwers, among numerous other features. He subsequently oversaw both permanent and temporary additions to the classic venue for the 2010 and 2013 NCAA Championships, as well as the 2012 Olympic Trials and the USA Track & Field Championships in 2009 and 2011. Deal transitioned into the role at Hayward Field after guiding Duck athletes to a pair of NCAA championships, 21 All-America honors, 12 Pac-10 titles and 25 school records. As an athlete, Deal ignited the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Stadium crowd with a silver medal in the hammer (2662), and he also competed in the 1988, 1992 and 2000 Olympic Games and in the IAAF World Championships in 1991, 1993, 1995 and 1999. In world rankings, he stood first in the world in 1996 and was among the top10 five other seasons (1992-93-94-95-98). The U.S. record holder at 270-9, Deal owns 16 of the top 20 throws all-time by Americans. His resume boasts nine U.S. outdoor hammer titles, 12 indoor titles in the weight throw (35-lb.) – including a record nine straight – and nine year-end No. 1 hammer rankings. Deal also excelled in the discus and shot put. As an undergraduate at Montana State, he earned All-America honors in the discus during the 1984 NCAA Championships at Hayward Field with a personal best of 202-2 and also threw a best in the shot put of 60-2.5. Born in Riverton, Wyo., Deal is a graduate of Montana State University (1984) and Natrona County High School (Casper, Wyo., 1979). He and his wife Nancy have one daughter, Sarah.

Tracy Oshiro Athletic trainer Tracy Oshiro is responsible for the care of the men and women’s track and field team. She is one of 10 full-time athletic trainers on staff at the University. Prior to her arrival at Oregon she worked with the University of Arizona cross country and track and field teams. Oshiro did her undergraduate studies at Pacific University, receiving her bachelor’s of science in exercise science with an emphasis in sports medicine. She then spent two years at Shenandoah University earning her Master’s in athletic training.

Athletic Trainer 6th Year

Grant Wilson Athletic trainer Grant Wilson is responsible for the care of the men and women’s track and field team. He is one of 10 full-time athletic trainers on staff at the University. Prior to his arrival at Oregon he worked at the University of Vermont with the Catamounts’ cross country teams and men’s basketball team, among other duties. Wilson received his Bachelor of Science in exercise science from Western Michigan in 2002, and his Masters of Science in athletic training from Oregon. Before joining the Vermont staff, Wilson served as the athletic trainer for the men’s basketball program at Arkansas State 2004-2006.

Athletic Trainer 1st Year

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Athletic Communications 2727 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene, Oregon 97401 Phone: 541-346-5488; Fax: 541-346-5449 Web Site: www.GoDucks.com Twitter: @OregonTF Facebook: www.facebook.com/oregontf

Andy McNamara

Greg Walker

Direct: (541) 346-2253 Cell: (541) 543-0123 E-mail: mcnamara@uoregon.edu

Direct: (541) 346-2252 Cell: (541) 954-8775 E-mail: gswalker@uoregon.edu

David Williford, Exec. Asst. AD/Football Direct: 541-346-2251 Cell: 541-729-6801 E-mail: diw@uoregon.edu

Joe Waltasti, Assistant Director Direct: 541-346-7332 Cell: 916-889-6643 E-mail: waltasti@uoregon.edu

Todd Miles, Associate Director Direct: 541-346-0962 Cell: 541-321-3427 E-mail: miles@uoregon.edu

Brady Johnson, Intern Direct: 541-346-5475 Cell: 515-570-5238 E-mail: bradyj@uoregon.edu

Greg Walker, Assistant Director Direct: 541-346-2252 Cell: 541-954-8775 E-mail: gswalker@uoregon.edu

John Vu, Intern Direct: 541-346-2250 Cell: 714-728-9163 E-mail: jvu@uoregon.edu

Assistant Athletic Director/ Athletic Communications

Associate Director Track & Field/Cross Country

CONTACTS: Athletic Communications Associate Director Greg Walker serves as media coordinator for the Oregon track and field program. LOCATION: Hayward Field is located on the east edge of the University of Oregon campus on Agate Street between 15th and 18th Avenues. The press area at Hayward Field is at the top of the west grandstand on the homestretch. CREDENTIALS FOR ACCREDITED NEWS MEDIA: Admittance to Hayward Field may be obtained with proper credentials that are issued at the discretion of the Athletic Communications staff. Requests for news media credentials must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Credentials may be picked up at the venue at the Bowerman Building Will Call ticket office window at the north end of Hayward Field on 15th Avenue beginning one hour before the first event or at the Athletic Communicationss office in the Casanova Center on days prior to the meet. All credentials can be revoked at any time by Athletic Communications or security staff, or meet officials, and acceptance and use of credentials signifies adherence to media access rules. PARKING: A limited number of parking passes will be made available for media and are distributed at the discretion of the Athletic Communications department. Parking is located at the lot at the corner of 17th Avenue and Agate Street and appropriate passes are required. Metered on-street parking is available on Agate, 15th and 18th Avenues, with campus parking regulations in effect on weekdays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. LIVE NEWS UPDATES: TV stations arranging for live broadcasts during news programs must make arrangements 48 hours in advance and requests are subject to availability and preexisting broadcast/contractual contracts/ agreements. Live local broadcast vans should park in the northeast corner on 15th Avenue, and large television trailers and semis must arrange for access in advance, and normally park on the southwest side of the venue near the hammer throw cage and finish line.

NEWSPAPERS

TELEVISION

Register-Guard Chris Hansen, Beat Writer Mark Johnson, Sports Editor www.RegisterGuard.com P.O. Box 10188, Eugene 97440 Phone: (541) 485-1234 Fax: (541) 687-6674

KVAL-TV (CBS) Tom Ward, Sports Director www.KVAL.com P.O. Box 1313, Eugene 97401 Phone: (541) 342-4965 Fax: (541) 342-5436

Oregonian Ken Goe, Track Beat Writer www.OregonLive.com 1320 SW Broadway, Portland 97201 Phone: (503) 221-8161 Fax: (503) 221-8168

KEZI-TV (ABC) Jake Zivin, Sports Director www.KEZI.com 2975 Chad Drive, Eugene, 97408. Phone: (541) 485-5556 Fax: (541) 343-9664

Oregon Daily Emerald www.DailyEmerald.com Erb Memorial Union Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, 97403 Phone: (541) 346-5511 Fax: (541) 346-5821

HOME MEET ANNOUNCER Paul Swangard Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, 97403. Phone: (541) 346-3262 pswangar@uoregon.edu

RADIO KUGN Radio 4222 Commerce, Eugene, 97402 Phone: (541) 485-5846 Fax: (541) 485-4070

FACILITIES: The press area at Hayward Field can accommodate 100 working press. Photographers and video crews will be granted infield privileges on a limited basis at the discretion of the Athletic Communications staff. Photographers are allowed on the track only at the conclusion of nonsprint races, and normally shoot at the finish line at a safe distance past the finish line to not present danger to athletes. The recommended distance is 20 meters past the finish line on the inside edge of the perimeter fence. Inspectors and marshals have authority to determine media access in all competition areas. EMAIL/WEBSITE: All pre- and post-meet releases and results will be posted to the University of Oregon Athletic Department website (www.goducks. com). Media requesting releases, results, or athlete photographs via email should contact Greg Walker (541-346-2252, gswalker@uoregon.edu). PROGRAMS: Members of the working press can pick up free meet programs and tentative start lists at the press area at the top of the west grandstands. LIVE STREAMING: A free live stream of all regular season home meets will be available at http://pac-12.com/live/goducks. INTERVIEWS: During the regular season, post-race interviews are best held in the post-race mixed zone off the finish line on the facility’s southwest corner. Interviews on the infield are not permitted. Media are asked to be aware of spectator and officials’ sight lines and conduct interviews away from competition areas. On non-competition days, all media are required to request interviews at least 24 hours in advance to accommodate the busy schedules of media, student-athletes and coaches. INTERNET ACCESS: Free ethernet and wireless connections are available for all home meets at Hayward Field. Please contact a member of the Athletic Communications staff on meet days to assist with your internet connection and log-in information. TV TRIPODS/STANDS: TV cameramen are asked not to use tripods or similar camera stands on the infield to help preserve the safety of the athletes and media, and keep spectators’ sight lines open. If such tripods or stands require special exceptions, contact Greg Walker of the Oregon Athletic Communications Office for permission 24 hours in advance. Camera-people must film at a further distance than normally used, and at the discretion of the Athletic Communications staff, track and field event officials, UO supervisors, and/or hired security staff.

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MEN’S TEAM ROSTER Name Cameron Acosta Colby Alexander Devon Allen Mike Berry T.J. Brassil Chris Brewer Johnathan Cabral Casey Campbell Marcus Chambers Edward Cheserek Austin Collins Tim Costin Sam Crouser Jackson Darland Ben DeJarnette Arthur Delaney Joe Delgado Trevor Dunbar Oshay Dunmore Jeramy Elkaim Alec Fellows Trevor Ferguson Bryan Fernandez Mac Fleet Ted Foster Jack Galpin Boru Guyota Tanner Harris Matt Hidalgo Russell Hornsby Ryan Hunter-Simms Matt Jablonski Eric Jenkins Brett Johnson B.J. Kelley Blake Kemp Dakotah Keys Caleb Kruse Jordan Latt Bradley Laubacher Jake Leingang Nathan Mathabane Dior Mathis Marcus McArdle Matthew Melancon Josh Melu Mitch Modin Chris Mulverhill Travis Neuman Dan Oekerman Tanguy Pepiot Ron Perkins Ryan Pickering Ethan Powell Sam Prakel Cullen Prena Greg Skipper Alec Smith Parker Stinson Benjamin Thiel Cole Walsh Trent Warren Cole Watson Austin White Brett Willyard Daniel Winn

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Hometown (High School / College) Portland, Ore. (Westview) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Phoenix, Ariz. (Brophy College Prep) Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach) Clayton, Calif. (De La Salle) Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista) Calabasas, Calif. (Agoura) Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma) Tacoma, Wash. (Foss) Newark, N.J. (St. Benedict Prep) Colton, Ore. (Colton / Clackamas) Springfield, Ore. (Springfield) Gresham, Ore. (Gresham) Eugene, Ore. (Sheldon) Mechanicsville, Va. (Atlee) Gresham, Ore. (Barlow) Ontario, Ore. (Ontario) Kodiak, Alaska (Kodiak / Portland) Kodiak, Alaska (Newport) Livingston, N.J. (Livingston) Woodway, Wash. (Edmonds-Woodway) Oregon City, Ore. (Oregon City) Santa Barbara, Calif. (Dos Pueblos) San Diego, Calif. (University City) Lincroft, N.J. (Andrews Osborne Academy) Medford, Ore. (Crater) Portland, Ore. (Jefferson) Eugene, Ore. (Sheldon) Banks, Ore. (Banks) Williamsburg, Va. (Georgetown Prep) Highland, Calif. (San Gorgonio) Cockeysville, Md. (Loyola Blakefield) Portsmouth, N.H. (Portsmouth / Northeastern) Ocean City, N.J. (Ocean City / Virginia) Fresno, Calif. (Central) Coos Bay, Ore. (Marshfield) Sweet Home, Ore. (Sweet Home) Coos Bay, Ore. (Marshfield) Tigard, Ore. (Tigard / Lane CC) Bend, Ore. (Summit) Bismarck, N.D. (Bismarck) Portland, Ore. (Lincoln / Princeton) Detroit, Mich. (Cass Tech) Independence, Ore. (Central / Western Oregon) Eugene, Ore. (Sheldon) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn Mountainview / Green River CC) Bend, Ore. (Mountain View) Austin, Texas (Cedar Park) Bend, Ore. (Summit) Portland, Ore. (Beaverton) Besancon, France (Lycee Jules Haag) Redmond, Ore. (Redmond) West Palm Beach, Fla. (John I. Leonard) Tenmile, Ore. (Douglas) Versailles, Ohio (Versailles) Walled Lake, Mich. (Walled Lake Central) Oregon City, Ore. (Oregon City) Portland, Ore. (Westview) Austin, Texas (Cedar Park) Celina, Texas (Celina) Phoenix, Ariz. (Brophy College Prep) Chula Vista, Calif. (Eastlale) Rogue River, Ore. (Rogue River) Carmichael, Calif. (Jesuit) Seaside, Ore. (Seaside) Portland, Ore. (Cleveland)

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Colby Alexander 2012-13: Outdoors - Pac-12 and NCAA West qualifier. Was sixth in his heat of the 1,500 meters at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational (3:44.99). Ran a personal-best 3:44.23 in the 1,500 Pac-12 semifinals to advance to the final, where he was ninth (3:44.67). Also made the NCAA West quarterfinals in the 1,500. Indoors - Did not compete. Cross Country- As a redshirt sophomore, placed seventh overall at the Park Pier Invitational with a time of 18:11.66 (6,000 meters). Ran in the Dellinger Invitational and recorded a time of 25:12 (8,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:44.23, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles., Calif. (5/11/13).

Redshirt Junior Strongsville, Ohio Strongsville High School Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:44.23, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/11/13 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 1,500 Meters, 9th, 3:44.67 2012 - 1,500 Meters, 7th, 3:49.25 2012 - 5,000 Meters, DNF

2011-12: Outdoors - A Pac-12 scorer at 1,500 meters. Coming off an injury, got a late start to the season. Helped Oregon win the Pepsi Team Invitational with a fifth place finish in the 1,500 (3:48.61). Also ran at the Oregon Relays and then the Oregon Twilight, where he set a seasonal-best in the 1,500 of 3:46.44. At the Pac-12 meet, helped Oregon win its sixth straight title with a seventh place finish in the 1,500 (3:49.25). Wrapped season at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds. Indoors - Did not compete. Cross Country - Made his varsity debut at the Beaver Classic, finishing 23rd in 25:49 (8,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:46.44, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/5/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Indoors - Redshirt season. Ran unattached in the mile at the Husky Classic. Cross Country - Redshirt season. Competed unattached at the Bill Dellinger Invitational. Prep: After being slowed by an injury as a junior, stormed back upon the national prep scene by winning a pair of 2010 Ohio Division 1 state 1,600 meter titles as a senior for Strongsville High School. Won the indoor state title in an Ohio indoor record 4:09.53. Came back in the spring to win the outdoor title in a personal best 4:09.44 Winning time was a state record. That victory came on the heels of a sweep in the 800 and 1,600 meters at the Northeast Ohio Conference Championship. Went on to compete at the 2010 USA Junior Track & Field Championships, where he placed fourth in the 1,500 meters in a personal-best 3:50.89. Took third in the mile at the 2010 Nike Indoor Nationals (4:11.46). Best time in the mile, 4:09.35, came at the 2010 adidas Grand Prix in New York City. Also competed in the mile at the 2010 New Balance Nationals (4:09.61). Was a 2009 Foot Locker nationals qualifier after finishing seventh at the regional meet in 15:49. Also ran at the 2009 Nike Outdoor meet. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 1:53.00, 2010; 1,500 Meters - 3:50.89, 2010; 1,600 Meters - 4:09.44, 2010; Mile - 4:09.35, 2010. Personal: Major is general social science.

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Mike Berry 2012-13: Earned three All-America honors as a junior, two at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and one indoors…part of the third-place 4x400 meter relay team which finished with the fourth-fastest time in school history (3:03.61)….Berry also grabbed second-team honors with a ninth-place finish in the 400 (45.70)…NCAA runner-up indoors in the 400 with a time of 45.83…season best in the 400 at the Pac-12 Championships (45.14)…won the 400 at the Pepsi Team Invitational which was one of three wins in the event, along with indoor races at the MPSF Championships and the UW Final Qualifier…Season Bests: 400 Meters – 45.14, Pac-12 Championships (3/9/13); 60 Meters – 6.98, Blue & Orange Opener (1/12/13); 200 Meters – 21.61, UW Invitational (1/26/13).

Senior Seattle, Wash. Rainier Beach High School Sprints IAAF World Championships Gold Medalist Seven-Time All-American Pac-12 Champion - 400 Meters Personal Bests 100 Meters - 10.89, Metro Championships, Seattle, Wash., 5/12/10 200 Meters - 21.08, UCLA Dual, Los Angeles, Calif., 4/17/11 400 Meters - 44.75, NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, 6/8/12 60 Meters - 6.94 (i), Blue and Gold Opener, Boise, Idaho, 1/14/12 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 - 400 Meters, 9th, 45.70 2013 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:03.61 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, s-6th, 40.03 2011 - 400 Meters, 3rd, 45.18 NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 – 400 Meters, 2nd, 45.83 2012 - 400 Meters, 3rd, 45.93 2011 - Distance Medley Relay, 10th, 9:48.00 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 400 Meters, 2nd, 45.14 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:08.30 2011 - 400 Meters, 1st, 44.91 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x100 Meter Relay, 5th, 40.09 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 4th, 3:07.21 (Pac-10)

2011-12: The NCAA runner-up at 400 meters and a U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier. Also took third in the 400 at the NCAA indoor meet. Outdoors - Solid year highlighted by a runner-up finish at both the NCAA meet and the Pac-12 Championships. Broke his own 400 meter record twice during the season. Just missed a PR in the 200 meters at the USC Invitational, running 21.10. Opened up in the 400 at the Pac-12 meet, where he placed second in 45.85. Set his first PR of the season at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds where he won his quarterfinal in 44.86. At the NCAA Championships, won his semifinal heat in 45.05. Then set his second PR of the season in the final, running 44.75 for his runner-up finish. Anchor of the 4x400 meter relay squad that ran a season-best 3:08.30 to take third at the Pac-12 meet. Stepped into the anchor role on the 4x100 meter relay team for the NCAA West Regional as that squad ran 39.86 to advance to the NCAA Championships. Time was tied for the fourth fastest in school history. Indoors - Earned his first individual indoor All-America honors by placing third in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championships. Opened season in the 200 meters at the Texas A&M Invitational, where he just missed a PR (21.43). Was the runner-up at the Alex Wilson Invitational in 46.16 to earn a trip to the NCAA Championships. There, ran 46.25 in the prelims to advance to the final, where he broke the school record with a third place run in 45.93. Anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay squad at the MPSF Championships (3:09.00). Season Bests: Outdoors - 200 Meters - 21.10, USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif. (3/23/12); 400 Meters - 44.75 (PR), NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa (6/8/12). Indoors - 60 Meters - 6.94 (PR), Blue and Orange Invitational, Boise, Idaho (1/14/12); 200 Meters - 21.43, Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas. (1/28/12); 400 Meters - 45.93 (PR), NCAA Championships, Boise, Idaho (3/10/12). 2010-11: Pac-10 400 meter champion. Third-place at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. First team AllAmerica (400 meters). IAAF World Championships Gold Medal (4x400 meter relay). Outdoors - After the college season, led Team USA in the semifinals of the men’s 4x400 meter relay at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea, with a blazing 43.83 third leg to help the Americans run a world-leading 2:58.82. The team of Greg Nixon, Jamaal Torrance, Berry and LaShawn Merritt advanced to the final. Did not run in the final, but the American team captured the gold for Berry and the entire relay squad. Solid performance at the USA Championships, where he finished fifth in the national final of the 400 meters and was earned a spot in the 4x400 meter relay pool for Team USA. At the USA meet, was second in his preliminary 400 heat in 45.72. Then went 45.39 in finishing third in his semifinal. In the final, ran 45.22 to place fifth. Impressive end to the college season by placing third in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championships. Won his semifinal heat in 45.23, before taking third in 45.18 in a tight national final. Winning time was 45.10, with second 45.14. Eased though the 400 meters at the NCAA West Preliminary meet in the 400 meters. Went 46.51 to win his opening round heat and then was second in his quarterfinal in 45.95 to move on. Also ran the second leg on the 4x100 meter relay team, (40.80). Broke one of the oldest marks in the Oregon record book when he ran 44.91 to win the Pac-10 400 meter title. That time erased the 1960 record of 45.07, set by two-time Olympic gold medalist Otis Davis. Timed a then-personal best 45.65 in the prelims before smashing the :45 barrier in the final. Also led Oregon to its fifth straight Pac-10 title by running the second leg on the 4x100 meter relay team that placed fifth in 40.09 (No. 7 all-time at Oregon) and anchored the fourth-place 4x400 meter relay (3:07.21). Helped Oregon set an outdoor school record in the distance medley relay (9:28.01) at the Oregon Twilight with his 44.94 400 meter leg. Nearly hit his 200 meter PR again at the Oregon Relays, winning in 21.10. Helped Oregon come from behind to tie UCLA in a dual meet by anchoring the 4x400 meter relay team to a comeback win. Timed 45.5 for his leg. Also took second in the 200 in a personal-best 21.08. Terrific day at the Pepsi Team Invitational where he ran 45.79 to win the 400 meters. That was the fastest quarter-mile by a Duck in six years. Also anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay team (3:10.93). Ran a then-personal best in the 200 meters, 21.24, at the Stanford Invitational, finishing second in his heat. Also anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay team (3:10.48). Opened season on a pair of winning relays at the Oregon Preview. Ran the second leg on the 4x100 meter relay (41.04) and anchored the 4x400 meter relay (3:21.77). Indoors - Ran the 400 leg (:46) on the distance medley relay team that won the MPSF Championship in the second-fastest time in NCAA history, 9:26.78. Also anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay team (3:10.34) and was third in the 400 meters (47.19) at the indoor meet. Dropped 400 time to 46.89 in a win at the UW Final Qualifier. That was the third-fastest time in school history. Ended first indoor season by running the 400 leg on the distance medley relay at the

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Chris Brewer 2013-14: Cross County - Ran a 20:41.11 four-mile time at the PSU Vikings Classic finishing 12th as Oregon took second. Finished in 21st-place at the Bill Dellinger Invitational 8,000 meter race (24:44).

Redshirt Sophomore Vista, Calif. Rancho Buena Vista Middle Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:44.18, West Coast Invitational, Salem, Ore., 5/11/13 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 59th, 25:12

2012-13: Outdoors - Part of Oregon’s thrilling 4xMile win at the Penn Relays. Ran the opening leg on the team that won in 16:17.57. Made eight appearances on the season with a solid final month. Great 1,500 meter run at the West Coast Invitational qualified him for the NCAA West meet. Ran a personal best 3:44.18 at the West Coast meet to finish third overall. Indoors - Ran the 3,000 in two meets, including the Husky Classic (8:11.63). Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Cross Country - Started the season running a 18:06:00 (6000 meters) race at the Park Pier Invitational, placing fifth. Earned a 40th place finish out of 101 runners at the Dellinger Invitational with a time of 24:49 (8,000 meters). At the Pac12 Conference Championships, individually ran a 25:03 (8,000 meters) and placed 55th overall. Was the seventh member rounding out the Oregon’s team time of 24:02 which led to a third place win in the conference. Earned an honorable mention for the Pac-12 all-academic team. Season Bests: Outdoors 1,500 Meters - 3:44.18 (PR), West Coast Invitational, Salem, Ore. (5/11/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - Redshirt Season. Qualified for the U.S. Junior National Championships in the 1,500 meters. Ran a seasonal best 3:49.76 in the semifinals to advance to the finals where he placed ninth (3:53.35). Competed unattached in the 1,500 meters at the Oregon Preview, John Knight Twilight and Oregon Relays, and the 3,000 meters at the Oregon Twilight. Cross Country - Redshirt Season. Ran unattached at the Beaver Classic, where he finished 18th (25:44/8,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors 1,500 Meters - 3:49.76, U.S. Junior Championships, Bloomington, Ind. (6/15/12). Prep: Twice was a California state 1,600 meters finalist for Ranch Buena Vista High School. Impressed at 3,200 meters as a senior in winning the Bronco Invite in 8:59.68. Also finished eighth as a senior at the 2010 state cross country meet (15.05/5,000 meters). Personal best in the 1,600, 4:11.12, came as a junior in winning the Palomar League title. That was the top 1,600 meter time in California in 2010. Also ran a 4:09.60 4x1,600 meter relay split at the 2010 Mt. SAC Relays. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 1:53.04, 2011; 1,600 Meters - 4:11.12, 2010; 3,200 Meters - 8:59.68, 2011. Personal: Major is mathematics.

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Jonathan Cabral 2012-13: Outdoors – Earned his second-consecutive All-America honor in the 110 hurdles, this time making the first team with a fifth-place finish in the finals of the NCAA Championships…set a personal best in the event during his win at the Texas Relays (13.33)…took second at the Pac-12 Championships in both the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles…time of 50.50 in the 400 hurdles is a career-best mark… also won the 110 hurdles at the Oregon Preview, Oregon Twilight and Pepsi Team Invitational…Indoors – All-American in the 60 hurdles after placing sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championships…ran the two fastest times of his career at the NCAA meet…posted a 7.72 in the prelims followed by a 7.73 in the finals…Season Bests: Outdoors – 110 hurdles – 13.33, Texas Relays Finals, Austin, Texas (3/30/13); 400 hurdles – 50.50, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/12/13)…Indoors – 60 hurdles – 7.72, NCAA Indoor Championships Prelims, Fayetteville, Ark., (3/9/13).

Junior Calabasas, Calif. Agoura High School Hurdles Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year 2012 Pac-12 Champion Three-Time All-American Personal Bests 110 Meter Hurdles - 13.33, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, 3/30/13 400 Meter Hurdles - 50.50, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles,5/12/13 60 Meter Hurdles - 7.72 (i), NCAA Indoor Championships, Fayetteville, Ark., 3/8/13 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 – 110 Meter Hurdles, 5th, 13.41 2012 - 110 Meter Hurdles, s-3rd, 13.64 NCAA Indoor Championships 2013 – 60 Meter Hurdles, 6th, 7.76 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – 110 Meter Hurdles, 2nd, 13.52 2013 – 400 Meter Hurdles, 2nd, 50.50 2012 - 110 Meter Hurdles, 1st, 13.61w 2012 - 400 Meter Hurdles, 9th, 53.15

2011-12: Outdoors - Superb rookie season capped by the Pac-12 championship and an appearance at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Set six personal bests in the 110 hurdles during the season. Opened year by winning the Oregon Preview in 13.69. Dropped that to 13.74 in a win at the USC Invitational. Made it three straight wins and three straight PRs by going 13.63 at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Also won the 110 hurdles at the Oregon Relays (13.83). Lowered PR again in winning the Pac-12 championship in 13.61. Had two more PRs at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, going 13.48 in the opener and then placing third in his quarterfinal in 13.45 to advance to the NCAA Championships. That was the second fastest time in school history. Wrapped year with appearances at both the NCAA Championships and the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials. Ran 13.64 - 11th overall - at the NCAA Championships to earn his first All-America award (second team). Also made five appearances in the 400 meter hurdles, winning the Oregon Relays in a seasonal best 52.75. Was named the Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year. Indoors - Consistent performer in the 60 meter hurdles. Best meet of the year was the MPSF Championships, where he ran a seasonal best 7.83 in the preliminaries. That was the third fastest time in school history. Won the finals by running 7.90. Season Bests: Outdoors - 110 Meter Hurdles - 13.45, NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/26/12); 400 Meter Hurdles - 52.45, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12). Indoors - 60 Meters - 7.83, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/24/12). Prep: Led the nation in both the 110 and 300 meter hurdles. Best 110 time was 13.27 wind-aided (13.36 legal) and top 300 mark was 35.76. Time in the 110 hurdles would have been a national prep record if it wasn’t wind-aided. Legal time of 13.36 is the sixth-fastest among U.S. preps all-time. After taking both the 110 and 300 meter hurdle C.I.F. titles as a senior in 2011 for Agoura High School, dominated the competition at the Golden West Invitational, winning the 110 hurdles in 13.41 and the 300 hurdles in a personal-best 35.76. Recorded his top 110 legal time of 13.36 in the semifinals of the U.S. Junior Track and Field Championships at Historic Hayward Field. As a junior in 2010, won the California state championship in the 110 hurdles in 13.54w. Legal best of 13.58 ranked second nationally in 2010. Was also fifth in the state in the 300 hurdles (37.57) as a junior. Finished second in the 110 hurdles in 13.70 at the 2010 USA Junior Championships to qualify for the IAAF World Junior meet in Moncton, Canada. Indoors, has run 7.85 in the 60 meter hurdles. High School Bests: 110 Meter Hurdles - 13.27w (legal 13.36), 2011; 300 Meter Hurdles - 35.76, 2011; 60 Meter Hurdles - 7.85, 2011. Personal: Major is economics. .

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Tim Costin 2013-14: Cross Country - Was one of five Ducks that finished in the top-10 in the four mile at the PSU Vikings Classic (9th, 20:27.33). Competed in the Eighth Annual Bill Dellinger Invitational with a time of 26:39 in the 8,000 meters. 2012-13: Outdoors - Did not compete. Indoors - Did not compete. Cross Country- Participated in two meets during the year. Placed sixth overall at the Park Pier Invitational with a race time of 18:08.06 (6,000 meters). Represented Oregon in the Dellinger Invitational finishing the 8,000 meter race with a time of 26:40. Earned second team Pac-12 all-academic honors.

Redshirt Senior Springfield, Ore. Springfield High School Distance Personal Bests 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 8:57.91, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore., 5/12/12 Pac-12 Track Championships 2012 - 3,000 Meter Steeplechase, 6th, 8:57.91

2011-12: Outdoors - Set four personal bests in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, including a sixth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships. Opened season with a sixth-place finish at the Pepsi Team Invitational and a PR of 9:14.73. Lowered that time to 9:07.01 in a runner-up finish at the Oregon Relays. Trimmed another :07 off at the Oregon Twilight (9:00.29). Top performance of the year came in a sixth-place showing at the Pac-12 Championships, helping Oregon to its sixth straight title, where he run under 9:00 for the first time (8:57.91). Wrapped season with his first NCAA West Preliminary appearance in the steeplechase. Also ran the 1,500 meters once, taking third at the John Knight Twilight (3:53.17). Indoors - Did not compete. Pac12 all-academic second team. Cross Country - Led Oregon to the Beaver Classic title with his fourth-place finish in 24:54 (8,000 meters), his best finish as a Duck. Opened season at the Bill Dellinger Invitational and finished 51st in 25:04.92 (8,000 meters). Pac-12 all-academic second team. Season Bests: 1,500 Meters 3:53.17 (PR), John Knight Twilight, Monmouth, Ore. (4/13/12); 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 8:57.91, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Had seasonal PR in the steeplechase at the Oregon Twilight of 9:17.24. Ran the steeple at UCLA in 9:21.24. First career steeplechase came at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Made varsity debut in the 3,000 meters at the Oregon Preview. Pac-10 all-academic honorable mention. Cross Country - Took 15th in his varsity debut at the John Frank Memorial. Was 32nd at the Charles Bowles Invitational in 24:45.66 (8,000 meters). Also ran at the Bill Dellinger Invitational. Pac-10 all-academic second team. Season Bests: 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 9:17.24, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/6/11). 2009-10: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons. Ran unattached in the 1,500 at the Oregon Relays (3:58.96). Cross Country - Redshirt season. Competed unattached at the Bill Dellinger Invitational, Mike Hodges Invitational and the Beaver Classic. Prep: Three-time state scorer at 3,000 meters for Springfield High School. Was sixth at that distance as a sophomore, fifth as a junior and eighth as a senior. District champion at 3,000 meters as a senior. Won the prep section of the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the 2009 Oregon Relays in 9:31.33. Also a three-time state scorer in cross country, where placed ninth as a sophomore, fifth as a junior and seventh as a senior. District cross country champ as a senior. High School Bests: 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 9:31.33, 2009. Personal: Major is business. Recipient of a Presidential Scholarship.

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Sam Crouser 2012-13: Outdoor – Earned his second All-America award with a third-place finish at the 2013 NCAA Championships in the javelin…placed third at the West Preliminary Round with a season-best throw of 78.53m/257-8 at the NCAA West Preliminary Meet…won his second Pac-12 title with a throw of 76.01m/249-4…claimed sixth place at the Pac-12 Championships in the discus…set a personal best in the discus at the Oregon State High Performance Meet with a winning toss of 54.56m/179-0…won six events during the season including at the Oregon Twilight (javelin) and Arkansas Dual (javelin/discus)… Indoor – Started the season with a second-place finish at the Blue and Orange Opener with a careerbest in the shot put (17.62m/57-9.75)…also competed at the UW Invitatioanl, UW Husky Classic and finally MPSF Indoor Track and Field Championships where he finished fifth. Season Bests: Javelin – 2578/78.53m, NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/25/13).

Redshirt Junior Gresham, Ore. Gresham High School Throws Two-Time All-American 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Runner-Up Two-Time Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests Javelin - 265-1/80.80m, U.S. Olympic Trials, Eugene, Ore., 6/25/12 Discus – 179-0/54.56m Oregon State High Performance Meet Corvallis, Ore., 4/26/13 Shot Put – 57-9.75/17.62m Blue and Orange Opener Boise, Idaho, 1/12/13 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 – Javelin, 3rd, 239-9/73.07m 2012 - Javelin, 14th, 229-11/70.79m Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – Javelin, 1st, 249-4/76.01m 2013 – Discus, 6th, 173-6/52.89m 2012 - Javelin, 1st, 250-11/76.47m 2012 - Discus, Foul

2011-12: Outdoors - Opened javelin season with a win at the USC Invitational (239-7/73.02m). Improved to 243-8/74.27m in winning the Oregon Relays. Threw seven feet farther at the Pac-12 Championships to claim the conference title with a mark of 250-11. Improved again at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, placing second at 251-8/76.70m to advance to the NCAA Championships. Off day at the NCAA meet, going only 229-11/70.79m, but was 14th overall to earn his first All-America award (second team). Really impressed at the U.S. Olympic Trials, throwing 248-0/75.60m in the prelims to advance to the final. There won the silver medal with a personal-best throw of 265-1/80.80m. That was the second best throw in school history. Also threw the discus at the Pac-12 meet. Indoors - Did not compete. Season Bests: Javelin - 265-1/80.80m, U.S. Olympic Trials, Eugene, Ore. (6/25/12); Discus – 57-9.75/54.56m, Blue and Orange Opener, Nampa, Idaho, (1/12/13). 2010-11: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Indoors - Redshirt season. Prep: The 2010 national Track & Field News boy’s prep athlete of the year and Gatorade boy’s track and field athlete of the year was arguably the best high school thrower in the nation, ranking first in the javelin and second in the discus. Broke a 22-year-old national prep record in the javelin with a throw of 244-2/74.42m at the Centennial Invitational on May 1, and then upped that mark to 255-4/77.82m at the Portland Throws Festival in June. Won a rare three state titles as a senior for Gresham High School. Took the javelin with a throw of 224-9/68.50m, the discus with a mark of 194-3/59.20m and the shot put with a toss of 60-7.5/18.47m. Became the first Oregonian to sweep the throws since his uncle, former Olympian Duck NCAA Champion Brian Crouser did so in 1980. State javelin title was his third consecutive. Best discus effort of 205-10/62.73m from the Arcadia Invitational was the second-best in the nation in 2010 and a state record. Won all six javelin and 10 discus competitions he competed in as a senior, as well as 10-of-11 shot put competitions. Was named the Gatorade Oregon boy’s track and field athlete of the year. Also competed in the javelin at the 2010 USA Track & Field Junior Championships, finishing third (228-4/69.59m). Led the nation in the javelin as a junior in 2009 with a best throw of 239-0/72.84m. Won the Oregon 6A state championship with a throw of 231-1/70.43m, which broke a 21 year-old state record set by Art Skipper Jr. in 1988. Also finished second in the shot put (54-7) and third in the discus (166-4) at the 2009 state meet. Won his first javelin title as a sophomore in 2008 with a mark of 199-6, and was fourth in the discus (150-4). High School Bests: Shot Put - 64-5.5/19.64m, 2010; Discus - 205-10/62.73m, 2010; Javelin - 255-4/77.82m, 2010. Personal: Major is sociology. Has volunteered on behalf of a community clean-up program, the Special Olympics, the Oregon Zoo and a habitat restoration effort at Kelly Creek in Portland. Father, Dean Crouser, was a three-time NCAA champion for Oregon, winning the shot put and discus in 1982 and the discus in 1983. Was also a five-time All-American, four-time Pac-10 champion (twice each in the shot put and discus) and twice named the Pac-10 track and field athlete of the year (1982-83). Dean Crouser is still the Ducks’ school record holder both in the shot put and discus. Uncle, Brian Crouser, is a two-time NCAA javelin champion (1982, 1985) and was a key member of Oregon’s last NCAA outdoor championship team in 1984, where he finished fourth in the javelin at the NCAA meet. Brian Crouser, a 1988 and 1992 Olympian, is also a two-time Pac-10 champion in the javelin (1984-85) and the school record holder at 312-0 using the old implement.

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Ben DeJarnette

Redshirt Senior Mechanicsville, Va. Atlee High School Distance 2012 NCAA Elite 89 Award Winner Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 14:26.47, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., 4/30/10 10,000 Meters - 30:28.68, John Knight Twilight, Monmouth, Ore., 4/13/12 3,000 Meters - 8:12.49 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., 2/13/1010 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 154th, 31:07.9 2010 - DNF NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 75th, 31:03.00 2011 - 72nd, 30:54 2010 - 28th, 30:41.28 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 59th, 25:12 2011 - 64th, 25:18 2010 - 26th, 24:14.17 (Pac-10)

2012-13: Outdoors - Limited to four meets on the season. Ran the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational, where he just missed a PR (14:21.53), and the West Coast Invitational and the 10,000 meters at the Oregon Relays. Indoors - Did not compete. Pac-12 all-academic first team. Cross Country Earned second in the Park Pier Invitational (17:53:00, 6,000 meters) where eight of the top nine finishers represented Oregon. Finished third overall running the 8,000 meter race with a final time of 23:49 at the Dellinger Invitational and helped the Oregon team claim second at the meet with an average time of 24:00. At thePre-Nationals, finished with a time of 23:52.3 (8,000 meters) and placed 28th out of 272 runners. Was a main contributor to Oregon’s third place team finish. Competed in the Pac-12 Championships (8,000 meters) and recorded a 25:12 finish. Was a member of the squad that placed fourth overall at the NCAA West Regional with an individual time of 31:03 (10,000 meters). Placed 154th at the NCAA Championships with an individual time of 31:07.9 (10,000 meters). Was the fourth place finisher for Oregon, helping the Ducks place 20th out of 31 schools. Earned first team Pac-12 all academic honors. Named the 2012 winner of the NCAA Elite 89 Award for showing high academic standards and athletics performance. Season Bests: Outdoors - 5,000 Meters - 14:21.53, Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (4/6/13); 10,000 Meters - 30:42.75, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/19/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - Made appearances in the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational and the Oregon Relays. Ran the 10,000 meters at the John Knight Twilight, finishing second in 30:28.68. Indoors - Redshirt season. Pac-12 all-academic first team. Cross Country - The team’s No. 5 scorer at the NCAA West Regional. Oregon’s No. 4 runner at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational. Was 34th at the Bill Dellinger Invitational (24:37.41/8,000 meters). Won a battle with Gonzaga’s Willie Milam to capture medalist honors at the season-opening dual (19:39.5/4 miles). Also ran at the Pac-12 Championships. Pac-12 all-academic first team. Season Bests: Outdoors - 10,000 Meters - 30:28.68, John Knight Twilight, Monmouth, Ore. (4/13/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Ran unattached at the Oregon Relays and Oregon Twilight. Indoors - Ran 8:15.61 in the top section of the 3,000 meters at the UW Invitational. Was in the mile at the Husky Classic. Season debut came as the anchor leg of the distance medley relay at the UW Indoor Preview. Cross Country - Was a winner his first varsity race, taking the season-opening John Frank Memorial in 19:36.1 (four miles). Came in as the Ducks’ No. 5 finisher in 24:30 (8,000 meters) to help Oregon win the Notre Dame Invitational. Finished 13th at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in 24:14.49 (8,000 meters). Placed 26th in his Pac-10 Championships debut in 24:14.71 (8,000 meters). Was Oregon’s No. 5 scorer at the NCAA West Regional, finishing 28th in 30:41.28 (10,000 meters) to help Oregon win the meet. Capped season with first NCAA Championships appearance. Pac-10 all-academic first team selection. Season Bests: Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 8:15.61, UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash. (1/29/11). 2009-10: Outdoors - Varsity debut was in the 5,000 meters at the Stanford Invitational (14:38.02). Came back to run the 1,500 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational (3:50.69). Doubled in both events against UCLA, going 3:50.08 in the 1,500 and 14:37.59 in the 5,000. Established personal best in the 5,000 meters at the Oregon Relays, 14:26.47. Indoors - Opened season with a solid 8:12.49 in the 3,000 meters at the Husky Classic. Ran 4:06.96 in the mile at the MPSF Championships. Also ran mile leg on the distance medley relay team that took seventh at the MPSF meet (9:53.68). Cross Country - Redshirt season. Posted an unattached eighthplace run at the Mike Hodges Invitational. Also unattached in a third-place finish at the Beaver Classic (24:38, 8,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:50.08 (PR), UCLA Dual, Eugene, Ore. (4/17/10); 5,000 Meters - 14:26.47 (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/30/10). Indoors - Mile - 4:06.96 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/27/10); 3,000 Meters - 8:12.49 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/13/10). Prep: After finishing second in both the 1,600 meters (4:14.84) and the 3,200 (9:25.18) at the 2008 Virginia state meet, broke through with a win at 3,200 meters as a senior in 2009. Ran a season-best 9:06.28 to claim that title. Won the Virginia state indoor 3,200 meter title. Also as a senior, ran a season-best 4:16.01 to win the 1,600 meters at the Central Region Meet before finishing sixth at that distance at the state championships (4:16.14). In cross country, finished second in the 2008 Virginia State AAA meet as a senior after winning the Central Regional Championships. Named the Richmond Times Dispatch Runner of the Year for the season, during which he also won the McDonald’s XCountry Festival at Maymont and the Capital District meet. Also named the 2009 Richmond Times Dispatch Scholar-Athlete of the Year. High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:14.84, 2008; Mile - 4:15.64, 2009; 3,200 Meters - 9:06.28, 2009. Personal: Major is journalism.

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Arthur Delaney 2012-13: Outdoors – Two-time All-American for his role in Oregon’s 4x100 team which took 16th at the NCAA Championships and the 4x400 team which finished third…4x400 time in the finals ranked fourth in Oregon history (3:03.61)…member of the sixth (39.89) and seventh (40.00) fastest 4x100 teams in Oregon history…at the Pac-12 Championships Delaney finished fourth in the 100, sixth in the 200, third in the 4x100 and was part of the winning 4x400 team…won the 100 at the Arkansas dual while finishing second in the 200 with a season-best mark of 20.80…Indoor – Set a personal best in the 60 at the UW Invitational coming in at 6.78…finished third at that event after winning the Blue and Orange Opener… part of winning 4x400 teams at the UW Invitational and the MPSF Indoor Championships…Season Bests: 60 – 6.78, UW Invitational, Seattle, Washington, (1/26/13); 100 – 10.30, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/12/13); 200 – 20.80(w), Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore., (4/20/13); 400 – 47.84, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore., (3/16/13).

Junior Gresham, Ore. Barlow High School Sprints Two-Time All-American 2013 Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 100 Meters - 10.24, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore., 5/13/12 200 Meters - 20.68w (legal 20.73), NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas, 5/26/12 400 Meters - 47.63, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore., 3/18/12 60 Meters - 6.78 (i), UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash., 1/26/13 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 – 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:03.61 2013 – 4x100 Meter Relay, p-6th, 39.89 2012 - 200 Meters, s-8th, 21.03 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, s-6th, 40.03 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – 100 Meters, 4th, 10.31 2013 – 200 Meters, 6th, 21.29 2013 – 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:05.63 2013 – 4x100 Meer Relay, 3rd, 40.00 2012 - 100 Meters, 3rd, 10.24 2012 - 200 Meters. 3rd, 20.73 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, 2nd, 40.09

2011-12: Outdoors - Grew into one of the most valuable members of the sprint and relay corps. Opened season with a PR in the 200 meters at the USC Invitational (21.21). Dropped that to 21.02 at the Pepsi Team Invitational and then lowered his time again to 20.95 at the Oregon Relays. Great all-around performance at the Pac-12 Championships where he was third in the 100 meters (10.24), fourth in the 200 meters (20.73) and took the second leg of the runner-up 4x100 meter relay team (40.09). Time in the 100 was the fourth fastest in school history, as was his 200 time. At the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds helped the 4x100 meter relay team run a season best 39.86 (No. 5 in school history) to advance to the NCAA Championships. Also took ninth overall in the 200 meters (20.68w) to move on the NCAA Championships. Following the NCAA meet, put on a solid performance at the USA Junior Championships. Was third in the 100 meters (10.63) to earn a spot on Team USA’s 4x100 relay squad for the IAAF Junior World Championships. Was also third in the 200 (21.03). At the world meet, ran the anchor leg as the Americans won their semifinal race in 39.25. Then took the third leg in the final as the U.S. won in 38,67, just .01 off the World Junior record. Indoors - Appeared in three meets indoors. Had a best time in the 60 meters of 6.91 at the Blue and Orange Opener. Went 21.51 in the 200 at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational. Also ran the second leg on the winning 4x400 meter relay team at the MPSF Championships (3:09.00). Season Bests: Outdoors - 100 Meters - 10.24 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/13/12); 200 Meters - 20.68 (w+2.4) (PR), NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/26/12); 400 Meters - 47.63, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore. (3/18/12). Indoors - 60 Meters - 6.91, Blue and Orange Opener, Boise, Idaho (1/14/12); 200 Meters - 21.56 (PR), Blue and Orange Opener, Boise, Idaho (1/14/12). Prep: Was a two-time 100 meter state champion for Barlow High School and also won a state 200 meter crown. Also finished as the state runner-up at both 100 (10.62) and 200 (21.30) meters as a senior in 2011 and was third at 400 meters in a personal-best 47.75 and the long jump (22-8). Wind-aided personal best of 10.42 in the 100 was his winning time as a junior at the 2010 state meet. Legal best, 10.59, came in a runner-up finish at the 2010 Nike Track Nationals. Was also the 2010 state 200 meter champion in a personal-best 21.28. Additionally, finished third in the long jump (22-10.5) and anchored the thirdplace 4x100 meter relay team (42.72) as Barlow placed second in the team competition. As a sophomore in 2009, won the 100 meters in 10.75 and was seventh in the 200 in 22.36. Also anchored the runnerup 4x100 meter relay team (42.41). Was a tailback for Gresham’s football team. High School Bests: 100 Meters - 10.42w (legal - 10.59), 2010; 200 Meters - 21.28, 2010; 400 Meters - 47.74, 2011; Long Jump - 2211.5, 2011. Personal: Major is education.

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Trevor Dunbar

Redshirt Senior Kodiak, Alaska Kodiak High School /Portland Distance Four-Time All-American Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year (XC) Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:40.06, TrackTown Tune Up, Eugene, Ore., 6/16/12 5,000 Meters - 13:36.86 (i), Husky Classic Seattle, Wash., 2/10/12 3,000 Meters - 7:51.55 (i), MPSF Championships Seattle, Wash., 2/25/12 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 6th, 13:44.16 NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2012 - 3,000 Meters, 10th, 7:56.24 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 41st, 30:04.8 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 3rd, 29:43 Pac-12 Track Championships 2012 - 1,500 Meters, 3rd, 3:47.84 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 5th, 14:00.44 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 3rd, 23:28

2012-13: Outdoor – Competed at the Portland Track Festival, Harry Jerome International and the Roughrider Twilight as an unattached runner...ran a 3:59.06 mile at the Roughrider Twilight, making him the first Alaskan to run a sub-four-minute mile…broke the previous Alaskan record held by his father, Marcus…Cross Country - Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year. One of Oregon’s standout runners as a senior. Won the Dellinger Invitational with a finish of 23:38 (8,000 meters). Was a major catalyst for Oregon’s second place overall team showing. Finished with a time of 23:30.5 (8,000 meters), and fifth place in the NCAA Division One Pre-Nationals meet. Was the top finisher for the Ducks at the Pre-Nationals and led the team score average of 23:45.36 which earned Oregon third overall. Finished the regular season on a high note by placing third in the Pac-12 Conference Championships in the 8,000 meter race with a time of 23:28 and helping Oregon take 3rd in the conference. Individually placed 3rd in the NCAA West Regional with a time of 29:43 (10,000 meters) and was Oregon’s first finisher of the meet helping the Ducks place fourth out of 26 teams. Placed first for the Ducks and 41st overall at the NCAA Championships running the 10,000 meter event in a time of 30:04.8, helping the Ducks place 20th in the country. 2011-12: Outdoors - NCAA scorer and U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier at 5,000 meters. Key to Oregon’s sixth straight Pac-12 title by scoring in both the 1,500 and 5,000 meters. Made outdoor debut by winning the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Set a regular-season best in the 1,500 at the Oregon Relays in a runner-up finish (3:43.13). Big performance at the Pac-12 Championships, placing third in the 1,500 (3:47.84) and fifth in the 5,000 (14:00.44). Took sixth in the 5,000 at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds to advance to the NCAA Championships. There, dropped his seasonal best by :07 to finish sixth in 13:44.16, earning first team all-America honors. After the collegiate season, lowered 1,500 PR to 3:40.06 at the TrackTown Tune Up. Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 5,000 and ran a personal best 13:40.66 to finish 16th. Indoors - All-American (3,000 meters). Set all-conditions personal best in the 5,000 meters, 13:36.84, in a fourth-place finish at the Husky Classic. That was the third-fastest time in school history. Was the runner-up at 3,000 meters at the MPSF Championships in 7:51.55, also the No. 3 time in school history. Advanced to the NCAA Indoor Championships in the 3,000 where he was 10th in 7:56.24. Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:40.06 (PR), TrackTown Tune Up, Eugene, Ore. (6/16/12); 5,000 Meters - 13:44.16 (PR), U.S. Olympic Trials, Eugene, Ore. (6/28/12). Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 7:51.55 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12); 5,000 Meters - 13:36.86, Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/10/12). Before Oregon: Transferred to Oregon after earning a pair of cross country All-America awards at the University of Portland. 2011: Outdoors - Limited time on the track included a best 5,000 meter time of 13:42.53 at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational and 3:44.47 in the 1,500 meters at the West Coast Invitational. Indoors - Solid run at the 3,000 meters at the UW Husky Classic, nearly breaking 8:00 (8:00.10). Redshirted the 2010 seasons. Running unattached, had season best in the mile of 4:01.31 at the Oregon Twilight. After the season, won the 5,000 meters at the USA Junior Championships (14:34.63) to advance to the IAAF World Junior meet in Moncton, Canada. There, he finished 11th in 14:16.08 as the top USA runner and North American finisher. Indoors, timed a season-best 8:01.87 in the 3,000 meters at the UW Final Qualifier. Cross Country - Was 35th in 2011 as a junior to help the Pilots take eighth in the team competition (30:05, 10,000 meters). Also impressed with a third-places showing at both the WCC meet and NCAA West Regional as a junior. Finished 25th as a sophomore at the NCAA meet in 2010 (30:21) as Portland was 13th. Was named the 2010 USTFCCCA West Region Athlete of the Year after winning the regional meet in 29:57.89. Also qualified for the NCAA Championships as a freshman in 2009. Portland Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:44.47, West Coast Invitational, Salem, Ore. (5/12/11); Mile - 4:01.31, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/8/10); 5,000 Meters - 13:42.53, Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (5/1/11). Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 8:00.10, Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (1/12/11). Prep: Three-time Alaska state cross country champion and a three-time state track and field champion. Impressive performance at the state championships as a senior where he won the 1,600 meters (4:13.32) and 3,200 meters (9:19.96), was second in the 800 (1:56.78) and ran the third leg of the third-place 4x400 meter relay team. Was also the 2008 state 1,600 meter champion (4:18.04) and was the runner-up at 3,200 meters. Set the Alaska state record in the 3,200-meters with a time of 9:01 during a videotaped time trial during November of 2008. Improved that to 8:46.72 at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals. Placed third at the 2008 Foot Locker West Regionals with a time of 15:43 (5,000 meters). Bettered that by placing second at the Foot Locker Nationals a week later with a time of 15:22. Four-year letterwinner was coached by his father Marcus Dunbar. High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:05.22, 2009; 3,200 Meters - 8:46.72, 2009. Personal: Major is finance - sports business. Father Marcus Dunbar ran track for Oregon in 1987 and ‘88. 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Jeramy Elkaim 2013-14: Cross Country - Came in 13th (20:45.05) at the PSU Vikings Classic to open the 2013 season. Finished eighth in Boston, Mass. at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown posting a time of 24:20 in the 8,000 meter as the Ducks claimed their first team title of the season. Raced in the 8,000 meter at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in Oregon’s lone home meet of the year (25:13). Finished with a time of 24:53.97 at the Pre-Nationals meet as UO claimed second overall as a team (8,000 meters). Covered the 8,000-meter course at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships in 26:20 and finished 42nd as Oregon took second as a team.

Redshirt Sophomore Livingston, N.J. Livingston High School Distance 2013 All-American Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:42.83, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore., 4/20/13 5,000 Meters - 13:39.35 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle. Wash., 2/8/13 Mile - 3:59.18, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/23/13 3,000 Meters - 8:03.61 (i), Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas, 1/28/12 NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 - 5,000 Meters, 13th, 14:08.42 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 159th, 31:12.2

2012-13: Outdoors - NCAA West and Pac-12 qualifier at 5,000 meters. Great month of April, where he won the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi meet, took third in the 1,500 in the dual with Arkansas and ran on Oregon’s winning 4xMile relay squad at the Penn Relays. Set an outdoor personal best in winning the 5,000 at the Pepsi Team Invitational (13:57.24). Came back to PR in the 1,500 meters against Arkansas (3:42.83). Closed out the month by taking the third leg on Oregon’s triumphant 4xMile team at the Penn Relays (16:17.57). Also competed at the Pac-12 and NCAA West Preliminary meets. Indoors - Impressed in the 5,000 meters, running a personal best 13:39.35 at the Husky Classic. That was the No. 5 time in school history. Won the 5,000 at the UW Invitational (13:51.20). Joined the prestigious 4:00 mile club at the MPSF Championships, placing fourth in 3:59.18. Earned second team All-America honors for his 13th place finish in the 5,000 at the NCAA Indoor Championships (14:08.42). Ran unattached at the Portland Track Festival and set a personal-best in the mile (3:41.84). Cross Country - Represented Oregon in the Pac-12 Conference Championships and finished the 8,000 meter race with a time of 25:58. Finished as the third individual for the Ducks at the NCAA West Regional with an individual time of 30:53 (10,000 meters). Helped the Ducks take fourth place in the meet against 25 other competing teams. Was the fifth-place finisher for the Oregon team at the NCAA Championships with an individual time of 31:12.1 (10,000 meters) and a 159th place individual finish. Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:42.83 (PR), Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore. (4/20/13); 5,000 Meters - 13:57.24 (PR), Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (4/6/13). Indoors - Mile - 3:59.18 (PR), MPSF Indoor Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/23/13); 5,000 Meters - 13:39.35 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/8/13). Prep: A two-time state champion for Livingston High School, including a meet record performance of 8:46.08 in winning the 3,200 meters at the 2010 NJSIAA Meet of Champions. Prior to that, he established a personal-best at 1,600 meters by running 4:12.89 at the sectional meet. Also won the 3,200 meter state title as a senior in 2011 (9:05.43). Following the prep season, set a personal best at 5,000 meters of 14:54.62 in a third-place finish at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals. Indoors, finished third in the high school mile (4:19.60) at the Millrose Games in New York as future UO recruits went 1-2-3 in that race, with Chad Noelle winning in 4:16.71 and Matt Jablonski taking second in 4:16.88. In cross country, was third at the state championships in 15:29 (5,000 meters), before qualifying for the Nike Cross Nationals as a senior. High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:12.89, 2010; 3,200 Meters - 8:46.08, 2010; 5,000 Meters 14:54.62, 2011. Personal: Major is economics.

NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 32nd, 30:25 2011 - 38th, 30:18 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 5,000 Meters, 9th, 14:17.88 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 68th, 25:38 2011 - 20th, 23:51

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Alec Fellows 2012-13: Outdoor - Redshirt season…competed unattached at the Oregon Twilight…took second in both the long jump and the 110 hurdles…Indoor – Redshirt season…competed unattached and finished 12th in the heptathlon at the UW Invitational with 4,423 points…won the 60 hurdles at the UW Final Qualifier in a time of 8.35 after running an 8.34 in the prelims.

Redshirt Sophomore Woodway, Wash. Edmonds-Woodway High School Decathlon Personal Bests Decathlon - 6,820 Points, Sam Adams Multi-Events, Austin, Texas, 4/2-3/12 Heptathlon - 5,333 Points, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/24-25/12 Pac-12 Track Championships 2012 - Decathlon, 8th, 6,815 Points 2012 - 110 Meter Hurdles, s-6th, 14.79

2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 scorer in the decathlon after fighting through injuries to finish eighth with 6,815 points. Focused mainly on the combined events. Scored a seasonal-best 6,820 points in a sixthplace finish at the Sam Adams Multi-Events. Pac-12 score included a win in the 100 meters (11.12) as well as a third place showing in the 110 hurdles (14.90). Highlights at the Sam Adams meet included a fourth place finish in the 1,500 meters (4:32.31) and a fourth place showing in the long jump (22-7/6.88m). Indoors - Competed in a pair of heptathlons, including a fourth place finish at the MPSF Championships (5,333 points). During the MPSF heptahlon, won the 60 meters (7.08), was second in the 60 meter hurdles (8.46) and took third in the long jump (23-0/7.01m). Season Bests: Outdoors - Decathlon - 6,820 Points (PR), Sam Adams Multi-Events, Austin, Texas (4/2-3/12). Indoors - Heptathlon - 5,333 Points (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/24-25/12); Long Jump - 23-0/7.01m (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12). Prep: Won the Washington combined events championship as a senior for Edmonds-Woodway High School. Scored 6,497 points. Set a personal best in the decathlon by scoring 6,802 points in a fourthplace finish at the 2011 USATF Junior Championships at Hayward Field. A year earlier, tallied 6,522 in a runner-up performance at the 2010 USATF Junior Olympics. Was also the 2011 state champion in the 110 meter hurdles (14.49). Timed a prep best 14.34 earlier in the season. Scored in the long jump with a fourth-place finish (23-0.5). Won his first state decathlon title as a junior in 2010. Was also fourth at the 2010 Washington 4A Championships in both the 110 meter hurdles and the triple jump and took third in the 110 hurdles as a sophomore in 2009 (14.60). High School Bests: Decathlon - 6,802 points, 2011; 110 Meter Hurdles - 14:34, 2011; Long Jump - 23-3.25, 2010. Personal: Major is business administration.

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Trevor Ferguson 2012-13: Outdoor - Pac-12 Championships runner-up in the long jump…took third in the 110 hurdles at the Pac-12 Championships with a personal-best time of 14.32…set a personal best in the long jump at the Arkansas Dual with a jump of 24-10.5/7.58m…also set a PR in the triple jump at that meet with a mark of 49-11/15.21m…won the long jump at the Oregon Preview…took second at the Pepsi Invitational in the long jump with what was a personal best at the time (24-0.75)…Indoor – Started the season with a win in the long jump at the Blue and Orange Opener…won the heptathlon high jump and the 60 hurdles at the UW Invitational on his way to a seventh-place finish…finished eighth in the long jump at the MPSF Championships. Season Bests – long jump – 24-10.5/7.58m, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore. (4/6/13); triple jump – 49-11/15.21m, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore., 4/6/13; 110 hurdles – 14.32, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angles,( 5/12/13); 60 hurdles – 7.20, UW Invitational, Seattle, (1/26/13)

Redshirt Junior Oregon City, Ore. Oregon City High School Jumps Personal Bests 60 Meter Hurdles – 7.20, UW Invitational, Seattle, (1/26/13) 110 Meter Hurdles – 14.32, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angles, 5/12/13 Long Jump - 24-10.5/7.58m, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore. 4/6/13 Triple Jump – 49-11/15.21m, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore., 4/6/13 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – 110 Meter Hurdles, 3rd, 14.32 2013 – Long Jump, 2nd, 24-6.25/7.47m 2013 – Triple Jump, 7th, 48-0.5/14.64m 2012 - 110 Meter Hurdles, 8th, 14.56w 2012 - Long Jump, t-11th, 23-10/7.26m 2012 - Triple Jump - 12th, 49-3w/15.01m

2011-12: Pac-12 scorer proved to be a versatile selection to the Pac-12 team not only in the jumps, but also in the short hurdles. Improved all four meets in the triple jump. Leapt a legal-best 48-11/14.91m in a runner-up finish at the Oregon Relays. Also showed great improvement in the long jump with a best of 23-10.5/7.27m in a third place showing at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Also took up the 110 hurdles and lowered his time in all four competitions. Busy competitor at the Pac-12 meet, where he ran a personal best 14.50 in the prelims of the 110 hurdles to qualify for the finals. Scored a team point with an eighth place finish in 10.56w. Set a seasonal best in the triple jump at 49-3/15.01m (w+2.3). Also had a good showing in the long jump (23-10/7.26m. Indoors - Great effort in the triple jump at the Husky Classic, taking second with an indoor best on 48-8.25/14.84m. Season Bests: Outdoors - 110 Meter Hurdles 14.50 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12); Long Jump - 23-10.25/7.27m (PR), Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (4/7/12); Triple Jump - 49-3/15.01m (w+2.3), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/13/12). Indoors - Long Jump - 23-4.5/7.12m (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12); Triple Jump - 48-11.75/14.93m (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/10/12). 2010-11: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor season. Outdoors - Competing unattached, won the triple jump at the Oregon Preview in a wind-aided 48-10.25/14.89m (w+3.5). Won the long jump at the Oregon Relays (23-5.25/7.14m, w+ 2.4), where he also set an all-conditions PR in the triple jump (49-9.75/15.18m, w+ 3.5). Also ran unattached in the 110 hurdles at the Preview. Season Bests: Outdoors - Triple Jump - 499.75/15.18m (w+3.5) (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/22/11). Prep: As senior, won the state 6A triple jump title for Oregon City High School. Had top prep marks of 48-1 in the triple jump, 22-6 in the long jump and 14.89 in the 110 meter hurdles. Also lettered in basketball and football. Personal: Majoring in psychology.

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Mac Fleet 2013-14: Cross Country - Ran a 23:46.72 in the 8,000 meters at the NCAA Pre-National meet and finished 16th in his first race of the 2013 season. Took 10th at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 8,000-meter race in his second race of the year with a time of 25:23. Crossed the finish line at 29:58 taking 13th at the NCAA West Regionals on the 10,000-meter course at Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Ran a 31:05.0 at the NCAA Cross Country Championship race finishing in 77th. Earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors.

Redshirt Senior San Diego, Calif. University City High School Middle Distance 2013 NCAA Champion Two School Records Five-Time All-American Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:46.32, Victoria International Classic, Victoria, B.C., 7/5/13 1,500 Meters - 3:38.35, Harry Jerome International, Burnaby, B.C., 7/1/13

2012-13: Outdoors - Return to the track was one of the best stories in track and field in 2013. After missing nearly two years due to injury, came back to win the NCAA title at 1,500 meters. Was also a 1,500 meter finalist at the U.S. Championships and set PRs in the 800 and 1,500. Opened outdoor season by winning the 800 at the Pepsi Team Invitational in a then-personal best 1:48.70. Caught national attention by winning the 1,500 meters against Arkansas in a then-PR 3:40.21. Wrapped up April by anchoring Oregon’s victorious 4xMile relay squad at the Penn Relays (16:17.57). In the championship season, helped Oregon win its seventh straight Pac-12 title by taking third in the 1,500 (3:42.20). Cruised through the West Preliminary 1,500 rounds before running smart races to win his first NCAA crown. Was dominant in winning his semifinal heat in 3:41.21. In the final, patiently waited out a sluggish first half of the race to kick away from the field and win in 3:50.25. After the college season, took sixth in the 1,500 at the U.S. Track and Field Championships (3:46.06). Followed that with two personal bests in Canada. Finished fifth in the 1,500 meters at the Harry Jerome International in 3:38.35. That was the eighth fastest time in school history. Wrapped up season by running a personal best 800 meters of 1:46.32 at the Victoria International Classic. That was the sixth-best time in school history. Indoors - All-American, Mile. Late start to the season before breaking 4:00 in the mile at the Alex Wilson Invitational (3:58.90) to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Took 12th in the mile at the NCAA Championships (4:02.18) to earn second team all-America honors. Cross Country - Ran first race of the season at the NCAA Championships and finished with a time of 32:04.8 (10,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:46.32 (PR), Victoria International Classic, Victoria, B.C. (7/5/13); 1,500 Meters - 3:38.35 (PR), Harry Jerome International, Burnaby, B.C. (7/1/2103). Indoors - Mile - 3:58.90, Alex Wilson Invitational, South Bend, Ind. (3/1/13).

Mile - 3:57.70 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., 2/13/10

2011-12: Outdoors - Did not compete due to injury. Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - Did not compete due to injury.

NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 - 1,500 Meters, 1st, 3:50.25

2010-11: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Indoors - NCAA qualifer in the mile. Solid season debut in the mile at the Husky Classic, where he ran 4:01.04. Took the opening leg (2:56) of the winning distance medley at the MPSF Championships that ran the second-fastest time in NCAA history, 9:26.78. Made the NCAA meet by running 3:59.03 in the mile at the UW Final Qualifier. At the NCAA Championships, ran a strong lead leg on the distance medley relay and also was in the mile. Cross Country - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Indoors - Mile - 3:59.03, UW Final Qualifier, Seattle, Wash. (3/5/11).

NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 - Mile, 12th, 4:02.18 2011 - Mile, 16th, 4:08.16 2011 - Distance Medley Relay, 10th, 9:48.00 2010 - Mile, 2nd, 4:01.63 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 77th, 31:05.0 2012 - 220th, 32:04.8 2009 - 49th, 31:58.69 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 13th, 29:58 2009 - 49th, 31:58.69 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 1,500 Meters, 3rd, 3:42.20 2010 - 1,500 Meters, 6th, 3:43.21 (Pac-10) Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 10th, 25:23 2009 - 33rd, 24:11.74 (Pac-10)

2009-10: Outdoors - Ranked 20th nationally at 1,500 meters (third among freshmen). Finished sixth in the 1,500 meters at the Pac-10 Championships in a personal-best 3:43.21. Thrilled crowd in his Hayward Field debut by winning the 800 meters in a personal-best 1:49.19 to help Oregon win the Pepsi Team Invitational. Came back a week later and captured the 1,500 meters against UCLA in a personal-best 3:46.62 to help Oregon win that dual meet. Was named the Pac-10 athlete of the week after running in three relays - two wins and a runner-up - at the Penn Relays. Ran the 800 leg on Oregon’s winning distance medley relay (9:30.60), led off the winning four-mile relay (16:15.14) and had the second leg on the runner-up 4x800 meter relay (1:47.64). Set an outdoor personal best in the mile at the Oregon Twilight, running 3:59.88. Finished solid freshman season at the NCAA West Regional, where he ran 3:45.08 in the opening round of the 1,500 to advance to the quaterfinals where he placed 15th in 3:44.13, which was less than a second off his PR. Indoors - The national runner-up in the mile. Broke Galen Rupp’s school record in the indoor mile by clocking 3:57.70 at the Husky Classic on Feb. 13. Was second overall and the top collegian in that race as his time was an NCAA automatic qualifier. Two weeks earlier at the Texas A&M Challenge, helped Oregon record the fastest distance medley time in the nation, 9:29.82, running as the lead (1,200 meter) leg. Also ran 4:03.49 to win the mile at that meet. Ran the 800 leg on the DMR squad that took seventh at the MPSF meet (9:53.68). At his first NCAA Championships, was the national runner-up in the mile, finishing in 4:01.63 as the top freshman in the race to help Oregon tie for second in the team competition. Cross Country - Competed unattached at the Bill Dellinger Invitational, but was Oregon’s top freshman finisher (26th, 24:18.88). In his varsity debut, finished in the top 25 percent

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Jack Galpin 2012-13: Outdoor – Member of All-America 4x400 relay team…ran the opening leg at the NCAA Championships helping the team to a third-place finish (3:03.61) and the fourth-fastest time in Oregon history…ran the third leg at the Pac-12 Championships in a win…also part of winning 4x400 team at the Oregon Preview…ran the 400 in a personal-best time of 47.72 at the Pac-12 Championships for a 12thplace finish…Indoor – Ran leadoff at the MPSF Championships in the 4x400 setting the stage for the quartet to win…team also won at the UW Invitational…finished sixth at the MPSF Championships in the 400…scored in both the 200 and 400 at the Blue and Orange Opener…Season Bests: 400 – 47.72, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/12/13)…Indoor – 200 – 21.91, Blue and Orange Opener, Nampa, Idaho, (1/12/13); 400 – 48.15, MPSF Championships, Seattle,( 5/25/13).

Redshirt Sophomore Medford, Ore. Crater High School Sprints Track and Field All-American 2013 Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 200 Meters - 21.20, OSAA 6A State Championships, Eugene, Ore., 5/20/11

2011-12: Outdoors - Medical redshirt season. Appeared in only one meet, the Pepsi Team Invitational, before shutting things down for the season due to injury. Indoors - Good marks in the 200 meters, including a win at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational (21.79) and a seasonal-best 21.74 at the MPSF Championships. Season Bests: Indoors - 200 Meters - 20.74 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12). Prep: Dominated the prep scene his junior and senior years at Crater High School. Won back-to-back titles at both 200 and 400 meters. Won the titles in 2010 as a junior in the 200 (21.87w) and 400 (49.21). Followed that as a senior by winning the 200 meters in 21.25 and the 400 in a prep-best 47.75. Top 200 time of 21.20 came in the preliminaries of the state meet. In 2010, was on the winning 4x100 (42.77) and 4x400 (3:26.86) relay teams, in addition to his 200 and 400 victories, and joined with current Duck Kelley Beck to lead Crater to the team 5A state title. As a sophomore for Bonanza High School in 2009, was the state 2A runner-up at 100 (11.22), 200 (22.23) and 400 (49.82) meters. High School Bests: 200 Meters 21.20, 2011; 400 Meters - 47.75, 2011. Personal: Major is advertising.

400 Meters - 47.72, Pac-12 Championships Los Angeles, 5/12/13 NCAA Championships 2013 – 4x400, 3rd, 3:03.61 2013 – 4x100, 16th, 39.89 Pac-12 Championships 2013 – 400, 12th, 47.72

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Boru Guyota 2012-13: Outdoors - Pac-12 scorer at 800 meters. Consistent runner in the spring. Placed second in the 800 at the Pepsi Team Invitational (1:49.81). Lowered that to 1:49.65 against Arkansas (fourth). Set a seasonal PR of 1:49.20 in the preliminary round of the Pac-12 Championships. Took fourth in the final. Also advanced to the quarterfinal at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. Indoors - Earned first first team AllAmerica honors with his eighth place finish in the 800 (1:51.04). Set personal best in the 800 in a runnerup finish at the MPSF Championships (1:47.42). Also set a PR in the mile at the Husky Classic (4:02.05). Cross Country - Did not compete. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:49.20, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif. (5/11/13). Indoors - 800 Meters - 1:47.42 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/9/13); Mile - 4:02.05 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/9/12).

Senior Portland, Ore. Jefferson High School Middle Distance Three-Time All-American Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:47.42 (i), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/9/13 1,500 Meters - 3:47.47, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., 5/6/11 Mile - 4:02.05 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., 2/9/13 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2012 - 800 Meters, 14th, 1:48.01 NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 - 800 Meters, 8th, 1:51.04 2011 - Distance Medley Relay, 10th, 9:48.00 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 800 Meters, 4th, 1:51.45 2012 - 800 Meters, 5th, 1:49.36 2011 - 800 Meters, 5th, 1:49.34 (Pac-10) Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2011 - 57th, 24:58

2011-12: Outdoors - Consistent presence in the 800 meters outdoors where he was a Pac-12 scorer and an NCAA all-American. Competed in eight meets. Was second in the 800 at the Pepsi Team Invitational (1:51.09). Dropped under 1:50 at the Oregon Relays (1:49.25). At the Pac-12 Championships, helped Oregon win its sixth straight title by finishing fifth in the 800 (1:49.36). At the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, ran a then-season-best 1:48.98 to qualify for the NCAA Championships. There, ran a seasonalbest 1:48.01 to finish seventh in his semifinal heat and 14th overall. Indoors - Competed in four meets. Ran an indoor PR of 1:48.84 in the 800 at Texas A&M. Also hit a PR of 4:03.19 in the mile at the Husky Classic. Cross Country - Was one of five freshmen to factor in the scoring at the Pac-12 Championships for the Ducks. Was Oregon’s No. 7 runner (57th overall) in 24:58 (8,000 meters). Made cross country debut at the season-opening dual meet with Gonzaga. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:48.01, NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa (6/6/12). Indoors - 800 Meters - 1:48.84, Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas (1/28/12); Mile - 4:03.19 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/11/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Concluded season with an appearance in the 800 meters at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. Took fifth in the 800 meters at the Pac-10 Championships in 1:49.34 to help Oregon win its fifth straight league title. Timed 1:48.80 in the prelims. Won an exciting 1,500 meters at the Oregon Twilight in a personal-best 3:47.47. Lowered personal best in the 800 meters to 1:47.75 in a runner-up finish at the Oregon Relays. Time was tied for No. 10 at Oregon. Helped Oregon tie UCLA with a thirdplace finish in the 1,500 meters in 3:49.09. Was the surprise winner of a thrilling three-way finish in the 800 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Won in then-best time of 1:48.65 over OTC Elite’s Russell Brown (1:48.82) and teammate Elijah Greer (1:48.87). Ran 1:52.28 800 meters at the Stanford Invitational. Set a :07 personal best in the 1,500 meters in his outdoor debut at the Oregon Preview. Indoors - Ran a personal-best 1:50.34 to win his section of the 800 meters at the UW Invitational. Won his section of the mile in his Oregon debut, running 4:12.98 at the UW Indoor Preview. Also ran the third leg on the distance medley relay. Was eighth in the 800 meters at the MPSF Championships (1:52.03). Ran a terrific 800 leg in the distance medley relay at the NCAA Championships (9:48.00). Cross Country - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:47.75 (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/23/11); 1,500 Meters - 3:47.47 (PR), Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/6/11). Indoors - 800 Meters - 1:50.34, UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash. (1/29/11); Mile - 4:12.98, UW Indoor Preview, Seattle, Wash. (1/15/11). Prep: Won the 2009 state 800 meter title for Jefferson High School as a junior in 2009. Also helped Jefferson win the 4x400 meter relay title as a sophomore in 2008. Recorded top prep 800 time of 1:52.56 at the 2010 Oregon Twilight to win his section. Took second in the 800 at the 2009 BorderDuel Classic (1:55.64). High School Bests: 800 Meters - 1:52.56, 2010; 1,500 Meters - 3:58.00, 2010. Personal: Major is general social science. Was co-valedictorian for Jefferson High School and received a prestigious Ford Foundation Scholarship. Also was named a 2010 Dell Scholar. Works with Food Works of Janus Youth Programs, which provides fresh organic produce to needy Portland residents. Born in Yabello, Ethiopia.

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Russell Hornsby 2012-13: Outdoors - A Pac-12 qualifier at 800 meters. Had a season-best 800 of 1:50.67 at the Oregon Twilight. Indoors - Redshirt season...Cross Country - Did not compete. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:50.67, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/3/13).

Junior Williamsburg, Va. Georgetown Prep Middle Distance Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:49.70, USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif., 3/24/12

2011-12: Outdoors - Consistent performer in the 800 meters where he scored at the conference meet. Opened year by running a seasonal best 1:49.70 at the USC Invitational. Came back later in the season to run 1:50.72 in the semifinals of the Pac-12 meet to advance to the final. There, ran 1:50.39 to finish sixth and score three points for the six-time champions. Concluded season with his first NCAA West Preliminary Round appearance. Indoors - Ran the 800 three times with a best of 1:51.83 at Husky Classic. Cross Country - Redshirt Season. Ran unattached at the Beaver Classic. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 1:49.70 (PR), USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif. (3/24/12). Indoors - 800 Meters - 1:51.83 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/11/12). Prep: Won the 800 meters at the IAC Championships as a senior in 2011 for Georgetown Prep after finishing as the runner-up as a junior in 2010. Has a personal best of 1:53.31 in the 800. Anchored Georgetown Prep’s winning 4x400 meter team (3:26.92) at the 2011 IAC Championships. Was also on the 4x800 meter relay team that placed third in the 2010 Penn Relays’ Championship of America. High School Bests: 400 Meters - 48.84, 2011; 800 Meters - 1:50.82, 2011. Personal: Major is cinema studies. Father is Grammy-award winning musician Bruce Hornsby, leader of the bands “Bruce Hornsby and the Range” and “Bruce Hornsby & the Noise Makers,” who has also played over 100 shows with the “Grateful Dead.”

Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 800 Meters, s-5th, 1:51.14 2012 - 800 Meters, 6th, 1:50.39

Ryan Hunter-Simms 2012-13: Outdoor - Recorded the best shot put mark of any Duck during the season with a throw of 53-5.75/16.30m in his win at the Oregon Relays…also won the shot put at the Oregon State High Performance Meet and finished second in the discus with a season-best 167-3/50.97m…Indoor – Did not compete…Season Bests: Shot put – 53-5.75/16.30m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., (4/20/13); Discus – 167-3/50.97m, OSU High Performance Meet, (4/26/13).

Sophomore Highland, Calif. San Gorgonio Throws

Prep: Ranked ninth nationally in the discus in 2012 as a senior for San Gorgonio High School. Qualified for the California state meet in both the shot put and discus as a senior and placed fifth in the shot (60-10.25). Impressive discus throw of 194-4 came early at the Arcadia Invitational. Upped that to a prep best 198-2. Best shot put, 62-3, came at the Division I meet. That throw ranked 21st nationally. As a junior, ranked 19th in the country in the discus with a mark of 192-5. Placed third in the state in the discus in 2011, becoming the first San Gorgonio competitor to qualify for the state championships in the discus. Also a two-year all-league honoree in football. High School Bests: Shot Put - 62-3, 2012; Discus - 198-2, 2012. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Personal Bests Shot Put - 62-3, 2012 Discus - 198-2, 2012

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Brett Johnson 2012-13: Transferred to Oregon prior to the 2013 indoor season. Outdoors - Redshirt season. U.S. Championships qualifier (1,500 meters). Competed unattached in a number of meets, including the Oxy High Performance Meet, where he ran a personal best 3:38.91 in the 1,500 meters. Also took fifth in the national section of the 1,500 meters (3:39.59). at the Pre Classic. Won the 1,500 meters at the Oregon Twilight (3:42.87). Indoors - All-American (mile). Big run in the mile at the Husky Classic where he broke 4:00 for the first time. Ran 3:58.62 for the No. 6 mark in school history. Placed 13th overall in the mile at the NCAA Indoor Championships (4:04.11) to earn second team All-America honors. Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:38.91 (PR), Oxy High Performance Meet, Occidental, Calif. (5/17/13). Indoors - MIle 3:58.62 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/9/13).

Redshirt Senior Ocean City, N.J. Ocean City High School / Virginia Middle Distance Three-Time All-American Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - u-3:38.91, Oxy High Performance Meet, Occidental, Calif., 5/17/13 Mile - 3:58.91 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., 2/9/13

Before Oregon: Two-time NCAA Championships qualifier in the 1,500 meters for Virginia. Earned AllAmerica honors (second team) in 2011. As a junior in 2012, was an ACC scorer in the 1,500 meters (eighth). Clocked a season best 3:44.59 at the Lannigan Last Change meet. At the NCAA East Preliminary meet, was 10th in the quarterfinals to advance to the NCAA Championships. There he just missed a PR by running 3:44.63 in the national semifinals (ninth). In 2011, won the 1,500 meters at the Mason Spring Invitational in a Virginia best 3:44.44. Went on to score in the 1,500 at the ACC meet (sixth) before placing sixth at that distance at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in 3:47.56 to advance to the NCAA Championships. Earned All-America honors by finishing eighth (3:47.96) in his national semifinal heat. In the 800 meters, timed a Virginia best 1:50.73 in 2011. Also a member of Virginia’s relay team that won the Penn Relays 4x800 race in a school record 7:12.15. Was sixth in the 1,500 at the ACC meet as a freshman in 2010. Indoors, placed third in the mile at the 2011 ACC indoor meet (4:07.93). Best time in the mile, 4:03.62, came at the Husky Classic. Redshirted the 2012 indoor season. Also ran cross country for Virginia in 2010 and 2011. Virginia Bests: 800 Meters - 1:50.73, 2011; 1,500 Meters - 3:44.44, 2011; Mile - 4:03.62 (i), 2011. Prep: Two-time All-American for Ocean City High School. Won the mile at the Meet of Champions. Twotime New Jersey state champion in the 800 meters. Footlocker finalist in cross country. Personal: Major is psychology.

NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 - Mile, 13th, 4:04.11

Blake Kemp 2012-13: Outdoor – Took 11th in the decathlon at the Pac-12 Championships…posted a career-high in the decathlon with 7,019 points at the Texas Relays for an 11th-place finish…Indoor – Finished third at the MPSF Championships in the heptathlon with a career-high 5,394 points…Season Bests – Decathlon – 7,019 points, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, (3/30/13); Heptathlon – 5,394 points, MPSF Championships, Seattle, (2/23/13). 2011-12: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons. Outdoors - Competed unattached in two meets, the Oregon Preview and the Oregon Twilight. Had a wind-aided long jump of 22-1/6.73m at the Oregon Twilight.

Redshirt Sophomore Coos Bay, Ore. Marshfield High School Decathlon Personal Bests Decathlon – 7,019 Points, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, 3/30/13

Prep: Led Marshfield High School to a runner-up finish as a senior in 2011 at the Oregon 5A state championships with a performance that earned him Athlete of the Meet honors. Won the 110 meter hurdles (14.94), 300 meter hurdles (39.17) and the triple jump (46-2w). Set a prep-best in the 110 hurdles of 14.53 in winning the 2011 Midwestern League crown. Also had his best in the 300 hurdles, 38.95, as a senior. Earned first state title as a junior in 2010, taking the 300 hurdles in 39.43. Was also a member of Marshfield’s state championship track teams in 2008 and 2009. High School Bests: 110 Meter Hurdles 14.94, 2011; 300 Meter Hurdles - 38.95, 2011; Triple Jump - 46-2w, 2011. Personal: Major is physics. Recipient of a Presidential Scholarship.

Heptathlon – 5,394 Points MPSF Championships Seattle, Wash., 2/23/13 Pac-12 Championships 2013 – Decathlon, 11th, 6,419 Points

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Dakotah Keys

Redshirt Junior Sweet Home, Ore. Sweet Home High School Middle Distance Three-Time All-American 2013 Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests Decathlon - 8,001 Points, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/5/13 Long Jump - 23-11.75/7.31m, Sam Adams Multi-Events, Austin, Texas, 4/2/12; MPSF Championships (i), Seattle, Wash., 2/24/12 Javelin – 219-2/66.81m Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/5/13 Heptathlon - 5,757 Points (i), NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark., 3/9/13 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – Decathlon, 1st, 8,001 Points 2013 – Javelin, 12th, 196-9/59.96m 2013 – 110 Hurdles,13th, 14.81 2012 - Decathlon, 1st, 7,793 Points 2012 - Long Jump, t-11th, 23-10w/7.26m NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 – Decathlon, 11th, 7,817 Points 2012 - Decathlon, 12th, 7,559 Points NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2013 – Heptathlon 9th, 5,757 Points

2012-13: Outdoor – Second team All-American with an 11th-place finish in the decathlon at the NCAA Championships (7,817 points)…picked up an event win in the javelin with a throw of 214-3/65.31m… won the Pac-12 Championship in the Decathlon for the second-straight year while setting a personal-best score (8,001) and best mark in the javelin (219-2/66.81m)…fourth-place finish at the Texas Relays in the Decathlon while winning the javelin event…set a personal best in the javelin at the Pac-12 Championships at 219-2/66.81m as well as in the high jump (610.25/2.09m), 1,500 (4:25.76) and the 100 (10.94)...Indoor – Second team All-American in the heptathlon with a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships (5,757 points)…won the MPSF Championships heptathlon thanks in part to an event win in the pole vault (160.75/4.90m) and a new personal record…set personal bests in the 60 at the MPSF Championships (7.13) and in the 60 hurdles at the NCAA Championships (8.27)…Season Bests - Decathlon – 8,001 points, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/5/13); heptathlon – 5,757 points, NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark., (3/9/13); long jump – 23-8.75/7.23m, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, (3/30/13); javelin – 219-2/66.81m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/5/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - All-American (decathlon). Was second overall and the top collegian in his first college decathlon, scoring 7,682 points at the Sam Adams Multi-Events. Won the 110 meter hurdles (14.87), high jump (6-4/1.87m) and the long jump (23-11.75/7.31m) at the Sam Adams meet. His long jump, 110 hurdles, pole vault (15-9/4.80m) and javelin (209-1/63.74m) were all seasonal bests. Impressive performance in winning the Pac-12 decathlon title with a personal best 7,793 points (No. 7 on the UO top 10). Was the best decathlete in the high jump (6-9/2.06m), long jump (23-7.5/7.20m and javelin (207-11/36.92m) at the league meet. His shot put (42-2.25/12.86m), high jump and pole vault (15-9/4.80m) were all seasonal bests. At the NCAA Championships, had seasonal marks in the 100 meters (11.14), 400 meters (50.15), discus (122-2/37.24m), pole vault (15-9/4.80m) and 1,500 meters (4:30.70) on the way to a 12th place finish and his first career All-America award with 7,559 points. Wrapped decathlon competition at the U.S. Olympic Trials, but had to withdraw after four events due to injury. In non-decathlon competition, recorded a seasonal best 14.80 in the 110 hurdles at the USC Invitational. Top mark in the pole vault, 1511/4.85m, came at the Oregon Relays. Was also a Pac-12 competitor in the long jump, finishing tied for 11th at 23-10w/7.20m. Additionally an NCAA West Preliminary qualifier in the javelin. Indoors - Was the runner-up at the MPSF Championships with 5,660 points. Highlight of the MPSF meet was a seasonal best long jump of 23-11.75/7.31m. Season Bests: Outdoors - Decathlon - 7,793 Points (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/5-6/12); High Jump - 6-9/2.06m (PR); Pac-12 Championships decathlon, Eugene, Ore. (5/5/12); Long Jump - 23-11.75/7.31m (PR), Sam Adams Multi-Events, Austin, Texas (4/2/12); Javelin - 2091/63.74m (PR), Sam Adams Multi-Events, Austin, Texas (4/3/12). Indoors - Heptathlon - 5,660 (PR) Points, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/24-25/12); Long Jump - 23-11.75/7.31m (PR), MPSF Championships heptathlon, Seattle, Wash. (2/24/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Competed in the shot put and discus at the Oregon Preview before and injury cut short his season. Medcial redshirt. Indoors - Finished fourth in first career heptathlon, scoring 5,332 points at the UW Invitational. Established season best in the pole vault (15-7/4.75m), and a career mark in the shot put (42-11/13.08m). Terrific first day heptathlon at the MPSF Championships, where he set heptathlon PRs in the 60 meters, long jump (22-10/6.96m) and high jump (6-7/2.01m). Minor injury prevented him from finishing day two. Opened UO career by running the 60 meter hurdles and the 4x400 meter relay at the UW Indoor Preview, where he also pole vaulted. Season Bests: Indoors - Heptathlon - 5,332 Points, UW Invitational heptathlon, Seattle, Wash. (1/28-29/11). Prep: Broke the state decathlon record at the 2008 USATF Junior Olympic Championships by scoring 7,204 points. As a senior, was a four-time state champion to help lead Sweet Home High School to it third straight state title in 2010. Won individual crowns in the 110 meter hurdles (14.54), high jump (6-3), pole vault (15-0) and long jump (22-7). Also competed in the decathlon at the 2010 USA Track & Field Junior Championships.Won eight state titles during his high school career As a junior in 2009, won the 110 meter hurdles (14.67), pole vault (15-6) and long jump (a windy prep-best 23-8.5/7.22m). Was also the state runner-up in the javelin (196-10). As a sophomore in 2008, won the long jump (23-4.5) and was second in the 110 hurdles (15.00), the 300 meter hurdles (39.44) and the javelin (185-7). High School Personal: Major is general social science.

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Bradley Laubacher 2012-13: Outdoor – Set a personal best in the high jump at the Oregon Twilight, clearing 6-11/2.11m… competed in a total of eight outdoor meets…Indoor – Competed in four meets and finished 16th at the MPSF Championships in the high jump…Season Bests – high jump – 6-11/2.11m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/3/13). Prep: Helped Summit High School win the 2012 Oregon 5A state title by claiming first in the high jump as a senior. Winning height was 6-10/2.08m. His final season at Summit, improved nearly a foot over his junior year best (6-0), and set five personal bests, including the clearance at 6-10. Was also a state qualifier in the 400 meters and ran the third leg on Summit’s 4x400 meter relay team that placed third in the state in 2012. Also a key member of Summit’s 2011 state championship team. In basketball, set five school records and wa an all conference selection. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 6-10/2.08m, 2012.

Sophomore Bend, Ore. Summit High School Jumps Personal Bests High Jump – 6-11/2.11m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/3/13)

Personal: Major is pre-family and human services. Father Roger ran track and San Diego State, and uncle Mike played basketball at Saint Mary’s.

Dior Mathis 2012-13: Outdoor – Gained All-America status as part of the 4x100 relay team which finished 16th at the NCAA Championships with the sixth-fastest time in school history (39.89)…also a member of the team with the seventh-fastest time set at the Pac-12 Championships where they finished third (40.00)…won the 100 at the Oregon Twilight…set a legal season-best time in the 100 at the Pac-12 Championships (10.59) where he finished 14th…Indoor – Competed at the UW Invitational and the MPSF Championships… ran a 6.79 at the prelims of the MPSF meet which is a career-best time…Season Bests – 60 – 6.79, MPSF Championships, Seattle, (2/23/13); 100 – 10.59, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/5/13).

Redshirt Senior Detroit, Mich. Cass Tech High School Sprints 2013 All-American Personal Bests 60 Meters - 6.79 (i), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/23/13 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – 100 Meters, 14th, 10.59 2013 – 4x100 Meter Relay, 3rd, 40.00 2012 - 100 Meters, p-3rd, 10.49 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, 2nd, 40.09 2011 - 100 Meters, p-8th, 10.95 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x100 Meter Relay, 5th, 40.09 (Pac-10) NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 – 4x100 Meter Relay, 16th, 39.89 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, s-6th, 40.03

2011-12: Outdoors - Excellent speed had an immediate impact on the relays. Pac-12 scorer and NCAA qualifier in the 4x100 meter relay. Following spring football drills, joined the team and won the 100 meters at the Oregon Relays (10.73). Impressed with a collegiate best in the 100 at the Pac-12 Championships, going 10.49 seconds in the preliminaries. Key performances in the 4x100 meter relay. Led off the winning relay at both the Oregon Preview (40.68) and Oregon Twilight (40.79). Great lead leg in the finals of the Pac-12 Championships where the Ducks finished second in 40.09, tied for the eighth fastest time in school history. At the NCAA West Preliminary meet, led off the relay that blazed to a 39.86 time, No. 4 in school history, to advance to the NCAA Championships. There, led off the squad that ran 40.03 to finish sixth in its semifinal. Indoors - Ran a personal best 6.80 to win his section of the 60 meters at the Husky Classic. Scored at the MPSF Championships with an eighth place finish (6.93). Season Bests: 100 Meters - 10.49, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12). Indoors - 60 Meters - 6.80 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/11/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Capped track season on the 4x100 meter relay team at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. Led off the 4x100 meter relay at the Pac-10 Championships in 40.09. That was the seventh-fastest time in school history. Also ran the 100 meters. Outdoor debut came in the 100 meters (11.12) at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Also ran the 4x100 meter relay. Matched that time at UCLA, where he also ran the on the 4x100 meter relay. Clocked a season-best 10.80 to win the 100 meters at the Oregon Relays. Indoors - Made season debut in the 60 meters at the Husky Classic, timing 6.97 in the preliminaries. Lowered best to 6.94 at the MPSF Championships. Season Bests: Outdoors - 100 Meters - 10.80, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/23/11). Indoors - 60 Meters - 6.94, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/11). 2009-10: Redshirt season. Won the “Football 60” exhibition race at the Oregon Twilight track meet, covering 60 meters in 6.87 seconds to defeat four gridiron teammates. Prep: Recorded times as fast as 10.4 in the 100-meters while competing with the Cass Tech track team. Ran the third fastest qualifying time in the state in division one during the spring of 2009, clocking in at 10.71 en route to winning the regional championship. State indoor champion in the 60 meters where he ran a qualifying time of 6.88. Personal: Major is general social sciences.

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Matthew Melancon 2013-14: Cross Country - Completed the four mile at the PSU Vikings Classic in 20:20.21 and finished in sixth place. Melancon placed seventh in Boston, Mass. at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown with a time of 24:18 in the 8,000 meter as UO took first behind six top-10 finishers. Took 10th at the Ducks’ lone home meet, finishing with a time of 24:26 in the 8,000 meter at the Bill Dellinger Invitational as Oregon claimed its second-straight title. Placed 74th overall in a field of 359 participants at the Pre-Nationals meet with a time of 24:26.06 in the 8,000 meters. Clocked in at 26:50 at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 8,000-meter race in Louisville, Colo. Crossed the finish line in 30:39 on the 10,000-meter course at the NCAA West Regionals, good for 37th place. Named to Pac-12 Second-Team All-Academic. Finished the 10,000-meter race at the NCAA Cross Country Championship in 33:16.1.

Redshirt Sophomore Eugene, Ore. Sheldon High School Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 14:09.37, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore., 4/20/13 10,000 Meters - 29:31.82, Stanford Invitational, Stanford, Calif., 3/29/13 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 - 10,000 Meters, 20th, 30:42.16 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 239th, 33:16.1 2012 - 97th, 30:41.2 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 37th, 30:39 2012 - 33rd, 30:24.5 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 10,000 Meters, 4th, 29:38.36 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 56th, 26:50 2012 - 31st, 24:18.4

2012-13: Outdoors - Shone over the final month of the season with impressive performances at the Pac12 and NCAA West meets. Set personal 10,000 meter best of 29:31.82 early in the season at the Stanford Invitational. Was the runner-up at 5,000 meters against Arkansas (14:09.37). In the championship season, impressed with a fourth place showing in the 10,000 meters at the Pac-12 meet (29:39.36). Best race of the year may have been the NCAA West Preliminary, where he fought for the 12th and final spot to the NCAA Championships (30:27.59). Placed 20th at the NCAA Championships in his first national final (30:42.16). Indoors, raced at the UW Invitational and the MPSF Championships. Pac-12 All-Academic first team selection. Cross Country - Strong contributor to the Oregon squad through all meets during the year. Placed eighth in the Park Pier Invitational with an individual time of 18:12.81 (6,000 meters). Was Oregon’s sixth finisher at the Dellinger Invitational with a time of 24:29 (8,000 meters). Recorded a time of 24:12.0 in the 8,000 meter race at the Pre-Nationals, placing 65th out of 272 individuals and helping Oregon win third in the team competition. Had a strong showing at the Pac-12 Championships, finishing 31st with a time of 24:19 (8,000 meters). Finished fourth for Oregon at the NCAA West Regional, recording a time of 30:25 (10,000 meters). Helped the Ducks place fourth overall out of 26 teams. Was part of the 20th place Oregon team that competed at the NCAA Championships. Ran the 10,000 meter race in 30:41.2 as the Ducks’ No. 2 finisher and earned a 97th place individually. Season Bests: Outdoors - 5,000 Meters - 14:09.37 (PR), Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore. (4/20/13); 10,000 Meters - 29:31.82 (PR), Stanford Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (3/29/13). Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 8:14.89 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/23/13); 5,000 Meters - 14:17.76 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/22/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Qualified for the U.S. Junior Championships in both the 5,000 and 10,000 meters. was fifth in the 10,000 (31:52.40) and sixth in the 5,000 (14:51.93). Ran unattached at the Oregon Preview, Oregon Relays and Oregon Twilight. Set a personal best in the 3,000 meters at the Twilight (8:18.93). After the season, ran 3:56.68 in the 1,500 meters at the Portland Track Festival. Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - Redshirt Season. Ran unattached at the Beaver Classic where he placed fifth in 24:57 (8,000 meters). Season Bests: Outdoors - 3,000 Meters - 8:18.93 (PR), Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/5/12). Prep: Ran a 12-second personal best to capture the 2011 state 6A title at 3,000 meters (8:30.78) as a senior for Sheldon High School. Also placed fourth in the 1,500 meters (4:01.53) as a senior. Opened senior year by winning the Oregon 6A cross country championship and was named the state’s Gatorade Runner of the Year. Ran 15:36 to win the state title (5,000 meter course), after earlier setting his best time at 5,000 meters of 15:10.6 at the Concordia Puma Classic. As a junior, was fourth in the state at 3,000 meters in 2010 (8:46.55) after setting a season-best at that distance of 8:42.08 at the Oregon Relays. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:01.53, 2011; 3,000 Meters - 8:30.78, 2011. Personal: Major is product design. Father Randall Melancon ran track at Arkansas and later for Athletics West.

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Ryan Pickering 2013-14: Cross Country - Finished second in the first meet of the 2013 season at the PSU Vikings Classic coming in at 20:13.37 in the four mile. Claimed fourth with a 24:14 mark in the 8k at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown. Pickering was one of six Ducks that finished in the top-10 as Oregon claimed the top spot in Boston, Mass. Clocked in at 24:39 at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in UO’s lone home meet and finished 16th in the 8k as the men of Oregon won its second-consecutive race.

Redshirt Sophomore West Palm Beach, Fla. John I. Leonard High School Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 14:19.49, West Coast Invitational, Salem, Ore., 5/3/13 10,000 Meters - 29:48.52, Oregon Relays, Eugene. Ore., 4/19/13 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 144th, 31:04.2 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 60th, 30:41.9 2011 - 94th, 31:24 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 32nd, 24:21.7 2011 - 39th, 24:29

2012-13: Outdoors - NCAA West qualifier at 10,000 meters. Saw action in five meets. Won the 10,000 meters at the Oregon Relays in a personal best 29:48.52. Took third in the 5,000 meters at the West Coast Invitational in a personal best 14:19.49. Indoors - Competed in the 3,000 meters at the UW Invitational. Cross Country - Opened sophomore season running 6,000 meters at the Dellinger Invitational with a time of 24:33, helping the Oregon team place second. Competed for Oregon in the Pre-Nationals meet running the race in 24:35.9 (8,000 meters). Was one of Oregon’s top four finishers at the Pac-12 Conference Championships, placing 32nd with a time of 24:22 (8,000 meters). Represented Oregon at the NCAA West Regional and ran the 10,000 meter race in 30:42. Helped the Ducks place fourth overall out of 26 teams. Was Oregon’s third place finisher at the NCAA Championships with a time of 31:04.3 (10,000 meters). Helped the Ducks place 20th overall. Earned a Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Season Bests: 5,000 Meters - 14:19.49 (PR), West Coast Invitational, Salem, Ore. (5/3/13); 10,000 Meters - 29:48.52 (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/19/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - U.S. Junior national champion at 10,000 meters. Ran a season best 30:56.77 to win and qualify for the IAAF World Championships, where he placed 15th (31:33.69). Also ran the 5,000 meters at the U.S. Junior meet, finishing third (14:29.25). Redshirted the outdoor season. Ran unattached in four meets, including a 14:25.99 5,000 at the John Knight Twilight and a 8:1.98 3,000 at the Oregon Twilight. Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - One of five freshmen to factor in the scoring for the Ducks at the Pac-12 meet. Was Oregon’s No. 5 runner (39th overall) in 24:29 (8,000 meters). In Oregon debut, was the team’s No. 3 runner (15th overall) at the Bill Dellinger Invitational (24:07.48/8,000 meters). Also ran at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational. Finished first cross country season with his initial NCAA West Regional debut. Season Bests: 3,000 Meters - 8:11.98 (PR), Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/5/12); 5,000 Meters - 14:25.99, John Knight Twilight, Monmouth, Ore. (4/13/12); 10,000 Meters - 30:56.74, U.S. Junior Championships, Bloomington, Ind. (6/16/12). Prep: Backed up his 2010 Florida state track title at 1,600 meters as a junior by winning the 4A cross country championship as a senior for John I. Leonard High School. Time of 15:03.01 was a state meet record. Followed the cross country win by running 14:55.48 at the Flrunners.com Invitational cross country race and then took ninth at the Foot Locker national championships in San Diego in 15:25. His senior season on the track, was the state runner-up at 3,200 meters in a personal-best 9:12.17. Also took fifth in the 1,600 meters. His junior season, led Leonard to a fourth-place finish at the state meet with his victory in the 1,600 meters in 4:11.77. Was also fourth in the 3,200 meters. High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:11.77, 2010; 3,200 Meters - 9:12.17, 2011. Personal: Major is geology.

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Ethan Powell 2012-13: Outdoor – Placed third at the Pac-12 Championships in the javelin where he threw his seasonbest 222-8/67.88m…took 18th at the NCAA West Preliminary Round…Indoor – Did not compete…Season Bests – javelin – 222-8/67.88m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles,( 5/12/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - NCAA West Preliminary meet qualifier in the javelin. Big runner-up throw at the USC Invitational of 223-7/68.14m was a 12 foot personal best and just two feet shy of the UO career top 10. Also threw at the Oregon Preview, Pepsi Team Invitational and the Oregon Twilight before wrapping up the year with his second straight NCAA West appearance. Season Bests: Outdoors - Javelin - 223-7/68.14m (PR), USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif. (3/24/12).

Redshirt Senior Tenmile, Ore. Douglas High School Javelin Personal Bests Javelin - 223-7/68.14m, USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif., 3/24/12 Pac-12 Championships 2013 – Javelin, 3rd, 222-8/67.88m 2011 - Javelin, 7th, 204-3/62.26m (Pac-10)

2010-11: Outdoors - NCAA West Preliminary meet qualifier in the javelin. Nice contribution at the Pac-10 Championships with a seventh-place finish in the javelin (204-3/62.26m). Upped season-best to 2056/62.64m at the Oregon Twilight. Good effort of 205-5/62.62m at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Made varsity debut in the javelin at the Oregon Preview. Also threw at UCLA and the Oregon Relays. Season Bests: Outdoors - Javelin - 205-6/62.64m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/6/11). 2009-10: Redshirt season. Competing unattached, threw 201-6/61.34m at the Oregon Relays before going 206-9/63.03m at the Oregon Twilight. Prep: State javelin champion as a senior for Douglas High School (201-1). Set season best at the Far West League meet, throwing 211-11/64.59. That was a 35-foot improvement over his junior season best (176-6). Also lettered in basketball and baseball. High School Bests: Javelin - 211-11/61.59m, 2009. Personal: Major is psychology.

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Greg Skipper 2012-13: Outdoor – All-American in the hammer throw after finishing fourth at the NCAA Championships with a distance of 219-11/67.03m…runner-up at the Pac-12 Championships where he set a career best of 222-6/67.81m…throw was 18 feet farther than his previous record…won the hammer throw at the Oregon Twilight, Oregon Relays, Arkansas Dual, Pepsi Invitational and Oregon Preview…Indoor – Did not compete…Season Bests – Hammer – 222-6/67.81m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, (5/12/13).

Redshirt Sophomore Oregon City, Ore. Oregon City HS Throws 2013 All-American Personal Bests Hammer - 222-6/67.81m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, 5/12/13 Weight Throw - 56-11.25/17.35m, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/24/12

2011-12: Outdoors - Strong early season showing in three meets before a back injury resulted in a medical redshirt season. Best effort in the hammer was a third place toss of 204-0/62.17m at the Oregon Preview. Was also third at the USC Invitational and the Pepsi Invitational. Indoors - Good foundation for the future with solid performances in the weight throw. Was the runner-up at the Blue and Gold Opener (56-1/17.09m). Scored at the MPSF Championships with a season best mark of 56-11.25/17.35m to place eighth. Also threw the shot put twice. Season Bests: Outdoors - Hammer - 204-0/62.17m (PR), Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore. (3/18/12). Indoors - Weight Throw - 56-11.25/17.35m (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/24/12). Prep: Twice broke his own state record in the hammer as a senior at Oregon City High School. Opened year with a record mark of 229-3 in the Willamette Falls Invitational. Improved that mark to 229-5 at the Portland ThRose Festival. That distance ranked second among all high schoolers in 2011. As a junior in 2010, posted the No. 3 hammer toss nationally at 223-8. After his senior season, was the runner-up in the hammer at the USATF Junior Championships (220-7) to advance to the Pan American Junior Championships, where he placed fourth. Also threw the discus and shot for Oregon City. Was the 2011 state runner-up in the discus (165-9) and was third in the shot put (56-9.75). Placed second in the state in the shot put in 2010 (54-6). Posted best prep marks of 58-11 in the shot put and 169-5.5 in the discus. High School Bests: Shot Put - 58-11, 2011; Discus - 169-5.5, 2011; Hammer - 229-5, 2011. Personal: Major is general social sciences. Is the son of former Oregon football player Scott Skipper, and is the nephew of the Ducks’ five-time NCAA pole vault champion Tommy Skipper; and 1992 NCAA javelin champion the late Art Skipper, Jr.

NCAA Championships 2013 – Hammer Throw, 4th, 219-11/67.03m Pac-12 Championships 2013 – Hammer Throw, 2nd, 222-6/67.81m

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Parker Stinson 2013-14: Cross Country - Crossed the finished line at 24:42 in Boston, Mass. at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown race finishing 18th (8,000 meters). His fourth-place finish helped guide the men of Oregon to a first-place finish at the Bill Dellinger Invitational with a mark of 24:17 in the 8,000 meter. Took 15th with a 23:45.77 finish (8,000 meters) at the NCAA Pre-National race in Terra Haute, Ind. Recorded his second top-10 finish at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships covering the 8,000-meter course in 24:56 for sixth. Helped guide the Men of Oregon to a second-place finish at the NCAA West Regionals coming in at 29:51, good for fifth. Tabbed first-team All-Pac-12 and All-Academic Honorable Mention honors. Covered the NCAA Championship course in 30:56.2 to take 54th overall as the Duck men finished fifth.

Senior Austin, Texas Cedar Park High School Distance Three-Time All-American Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 13:31.70, Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, Stanford, Calif., 4/28/13 10,000 Meters - 28:34.71, Stanford Invitational, Stanford, Calif., 3/29/13 3,000 Meters - 7:55.60 (i), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/25/12 NCAA Outdoor Track Championships 2013 - 10,000 Meters, 6th, 29:46.45 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 10th, 13:58.28 2011 - 10,000 Meters, 23rd, 31:04.85 NCAA Indoor Track Championships 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 13th, 14:08.63 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 54th, 30:56.2 2012 - 240th, 32:49.2 2010 - 121st, 31:21.6 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 5th, 29:51 2012 - 7th, 29:52.5 2011 - 17th, 29:49 2010 - 31st, 30:48.57 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 - 10,000 Meters, 2nd, 28:56.20 2012 - 10,000 Meters, 6th, 29:49.88 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 7th, 14:09.17 2011 - 10,000 Meters, 7th, 29:55.44 (Pac-10) 2011 - 5,000 Meters, 9th, 14:22.01 (Pac-10) Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 6th, 24:56 2012 - 4th, 23:27.2 2011 - 7th, 23:28 2010 - 34th, 24:22.30 (Pac-10)

2012-13: Outdoors - An NCAA scorer at 10,000 meters. Got season off to a fast start by running a personal best 28:34.71 in a runner-up 10,000 meters at the Stanford Invitational. That was the seventh-fastest time in school history. Was the 5,000 meter runner-up at the Pepsi Team Invitational (14:05.06). Won the 5K versus Arkansas in 13:59.83. Set a :27 personal best in the 5,000 at the Payton Jordan Invitational (13:31.70). That was the eighth-fastest time in school history. Impressed durng the championship season. Secured a runnerup finish in the 10,000 meters (28:56.20) to help Oregon win its seventh straight Pac-12 title. Advanced to the NCAA Championships with a 10th place finish in the 10,000 meters at the West Preliminary Rounds (30:23.10). Posted best-ever finish at the national championships, placing sixth in the 10,000 (29:46.45). Pac12 all-academic honorable mention selection. Indoors - Redshirt seasons. Cross Country- Started out junior season with a strong showing at the Dellinger Invitational, finishing 11th overall with a individual time of 24:00 (8,000 meters). Also matched the team’s average time, helping propel Oregon to a second place finish in the team competition. Proved to be a key contributor for Oregon at the Pre-Nationals recording a time of 23:24.8 (8,000 meters) and placing ninth overall out of 272 runners. Placed fourth in the Pac12 Conference Championships with a time of 23:28 (8,000 meters) and was instrumental in helping the Oregon team place third in the conference with an average time of 24:02. Was Oregon’s second finisher at the NCAA West Regional with a time of 29:53 (10,000 meters). Helped the Ducks place fourth out of 26 total teams at the meet. Was part of the 20th place Oregon team that competed at the NCAA Championships. Ran the 10,000 meter race in 32:49.2. Named an honorable mention for the Pac-12 all-academic team. Season Bests: Outdoors - 5,000 Meters - 13:31.70 (PR), Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (4/23/13); 10,000 Meters - 28:34.71 (PR), Stanford Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (3/29/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - All-America (5,000 Meters). Came on at the end of the year with performances at the Pac-12 meet, NCAA West Rounds and NCAA Championships. Ran a pair of personal bests early in the season to set the tone for the year. Went 29:00.07, a :14 PR, in the 10,000 meters at the Stanford Invitational. Followed that with an then-outdoor-best 14:02.93 in a win at 5,000 meters at the Oregon Relays. Helped Oregon win its sixth straight Pac-12 title by taking sixth in the 10,000 and seventh in the 5,000 (14:09.17). Showed good resilience at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds where a stomach ailment forced him to drop out of the 10,000 meters, but was able to come back the next day in the 5,000 and qualify for the NCAA Championships by finishing eighth in 14:23.64. Then in his NCAA debut at 5,000 meters, broke 14:00 for the first time outdoors to finish 10th in 13:58.28. Indoors - All-America (5,000 Meters). Ran an all-conditions personal beat in the 5,000 meters of 13:39.86 at the Husky Classic. That was the fourth-fastest time in school history. Timed a seasonal best at 3,000 meters, 7:55.60, at the MPSF Championships. Qualified for his first NCAA Indoor Championships in the 5,000 meters. Ran 13th in 14:08.63 for his first all-America certificate. Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Cross Country - Strong finish to the season by taking 17th at the NCAA West Regional meet in 29:49 (10,000 meters). Key to Oregon’s third-place finish at the Pac-12 championships with his seventh-place run in 23:28 (8,000 meters). Solid showing with the top-20 finish at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational. Covered the 8,000 meters in 23:51.5 to place 18th. Led team at the Bill Dellinger Invitational with an eighth-place finish in 23:23.85 (8,000 meters). Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Season Bests: Outdoors - 5,000 Meters - 13:58.28, NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa (6/8/12); 10,000 Meters - 29:00.07, Stanford Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (4/6/12). Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 7:55.60 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12); 5,000 Meters - 13:39.86 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/10/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Impressive double at the USA Junior Championships where he won the 10,000 meters (30:25.77) and was the runner-up at 5,000 meters (14:10.59). Title in the 10,000 meters was his third straight and propelled him to the Pan American Junior Championships. Dominated in winning the Pan Am games 10K title by more than 40 seconds (30:37.88) in a hot race in Miramar, Fla. Capped the collegiate season with his first NCAA Championships appearance in the 10,000 meters. Claimed the 12th and final spot in the 10,000 meters for the NCAA Championships by running 29:20.89 at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. 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Cole Watson 2013-14: Cross Country - Ran in the opening meet of the year at the PSU Vikings Classic and posted a mark of 22:22.62. Pac-12 Cross Country Championships with a time of 26:08 on the 8,000-meter course as Oregon took the runner-up spot. Took 43rd on the 10,000-meter course at the NCAA West Regionals with a mark of 30:44. Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.

Senior Rogue River, Ore. Rouge River High School Middle Distance Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:51.78, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore., 3/19/11 1,500 Meters - 3:48.25, Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore., 4/9/11 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 43rd, 30:44 2012 - 101st, 31:29.7 Pac-12 Track Championships 2012 - 3,000 Meter Steeplechase, 15th, 9:18.07 2012 - 5,000 Meters, DNF 2011 - 1,500 Meters, p-9th, 4:03.63 (Pac-10) 2011 - 5,000 Meters, DNF, (Pac-10) Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 33rd, 26:08 2012 - 39th, 24:30.7 2011 - 51st, 24:45

2012-13: Outdoors - Appeared in six meets outdoors. Timed a seasonal best 9:12.30 in a third place finish in the steeple versus Arkansas. Indoors - Ran in three meets. Clocked a season-best 8:11.65 in the 3,000 meters at the MPSF Championships. Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Cross Country - Started the season with a strong presence by placing first with a time of 17:52:69 (6,000 meters) at the Park Pier Invitational. Helped the team finish second overall in the 8,000 meter event at the Dellinger Invitational, coming in 16th with an individual time of 24:06 and figured into scoring for the team, propelling Oregon’s second place finish. At the Pre-Nationals, competed with a time of 24:02.4 (8,000 meters) and placed 49th out of 272 racers. Was a key contributor to the Oregon team’s rank of third among 40 teams at the meet. Placed 39th overall at the Pac-12 Championships with a time of 24:31 (8,000 meters) and added to the team average of 24:02, winning third place in the Pac-12. Helped Oregon take fourth overall at the NCAA West Regional, contributing an individual time of 31:30 (10,000 meters). Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Season Bests: Outdoors - 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 9:12.30, Arkansas Dual, Eugene, Ore. (4/20/13). Indoors - 3,000 Meters - 8:11.65 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/23/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 qualifier in the steeplechase. Made appearances at wide range of distances between 800 meters and 5,000 meters. Focused on the steeplechase the later part of the season. Placed second in the steeplechase at the John Knight Twilight in 9:12.78. Set a seasonal best in the steeple, 9:12.21, at the Oregon Twilight. Capped season in the steeple at the Pac-12 Championships. Indoors Saw action in four meets. Ran the 3,000 meters at the UW Indoor Preview and the MPSF Championships. Was in the mile in three meets, including a best of 4:08.45 at the Husky Classic Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Cross Country - Was one of five freshmen who figured into the scoring at the Pac-12 championships. Placed 51st overall in 24:45 (8,000 meters) as Oregon’s No. 6 finisher. Oregon’s No. 5 runner (20th overall) at the Bill Dellinger Invitational (24:18.88/8,000 meters). Placed fifth at the season-opening dual meet with Gonzaga (20:08.6/4 miles) in his cross country debut. Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Season Bests: Outdoors - 1,500 Meters - 3:51.87, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12); 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 9:12.21 (PR), Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/5/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Pac-10 qualifier in the 1,500 meters to wrap up freshman campaign. Huge charge down the final few meters led to a runner-up finish in the 1,500 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational (3:48.25), clipping Stanford’s Chris Derrick by .01. Ran a personal best 800 meters at the Oregon Preview,

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Daniel Winn 2013-14: Cross Country - Opened the 2013 season with a third-place finish in the four mile at the PSU Vikings Classic clocking in at 20:13.99. Was the sixth Oregon runner that crossed the finished line in the top-10 at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown with a time of 24:20, placing ninth (8,000 meters). UO went on to win the meet hosted by Boston College by 47 points. Took sixth in the 8,000 meters at the Bill Dellinger Invitational with a time of 24:22 as Oregon won its first Dillinger Invitational since 2010. Finished in 44th-place at the NCAA Pre-National meet with a 24:09.75 mark in the 8,000 meters. Ran a time of 25:56 at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships, good for 27th, as the Duck men took second in the 8,000-meter race. Named Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic. Completed the 10,000-meter NCAA Cross Country Championship race in 33:31.3 as the Men of Oregon finished fifth.

Redshirt Junior Portland, Ore. Cleveland High School Distance

2012-13: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Ran unattached at the Oregon Relays and the OSU High Performance Meet. Indoors - Did not compete. Cross Country - Placed 22nd overall in the Dellinger Invitational and contributed to Oregon’s second place finish with an individual time of 24:25 (8,000 meters). Competed with 271 other runners in the Pre-Nationals meet and finished 61st with a time of 24:06. Ran the 8,000 meters at the Pac-12 Conference Championships with a time of 25:03 and helped Oregon place third overall in the conference. Was an alternate for the Ducks at the NCAA Championships. Earned an honorable mention for the Pac-12 all-academic team.

Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:49.39, Oregon Twilight Eugene, Ore., 5/6/11 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 27th, 25:56 2012 - 50th, 25:03

2011-12: Outdoors - Saw action in four meets, racing between 800 and 1,500 meters. Had a seasonal best in the 1,500 meters of 3:49.65 at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Indoors - Competed in four meets at the mile and 3,000 meters. Ran a seasonal best of 4:05.18 in the mile at the MPSF Championships. Cross Country - Finished ninth at the Beaver Classic in 25:10 (8,000 meters) for his first top-10 finish. Was Oregon’s No. 2 runner as the Ducks claimed the team title. Made Oregon

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Devon Allen Freshman Phoenix, Ariz. Brophy College Prep Hurdles

Prep: Allen is a Track and Field News All-American from Brophy College Prep…won the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 100 and 200 at the state meet as a senior in 2013…named the2013 and 2012 Arizona Gatorade Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year after winning state titles in both the 110 (13.58) and 300 (36.94) hurdles and finishing as the runner-up at both 100 (10.49) and 200 (20.75) meters in 2012...scored 36 of Brophy College Prep’s winning 63 points…went on to the USA Junior Championships where he took third in the 110 hurdles (13.66) and fourth in the 200 meters (21.04)…as a sophomore in 2011, Allen was second in both the 200 meters and 110 hurdles, third in the 100 meters and fourth in the 400 meters…a 2013 Oregon football signee at wide receiver…prep bests: 100 – 10.48; 200 – 20.75; 110 hurdles – 13.50; 300 hurdles – 36.39.

Personal Bests 110 Meter hurdles – 13.50 300 Meter hurdles – 36.39

Marcus Chambers Freshman Tacoma, Wash. Henry Foss High School Sprints

Prep: Two-time 3A Washington champion in the 200 meters and 400 meters, winning in 2012 as a junior and 2013 as a senior…was named the Gatorade Athlete of the Year in Washington as a senior…2013 National champion in the 400 after winning at the U.S. Juniors in Des Moines, Iowa…also competed at the 2013 PanAm Games where he was a gold medalist in the 4x400 relay and took fourth in the 400…holds school records in the 200 and 400 at Foss HS…his time of 46.32 is the second-fastest in WIAA history… high school bests: 200 – 21.05; 400 – 46.18. Personal: Major is mathematics.

Personal Bests 200 meters – 21.05 400 Meters – 46.18

Edward Cheserek Freshman Newark, N.J. St. Benedict Prep Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 13:57.04 (i) 10,000 Meters - 29:42.31 Mile - 4:02.21 (i) 3,000 Meters - 8:05.46 (i)

2013-14: Cross Country - Cheserek became the first freshman ever in Oregon cross country history to win the NCAA Cross Country Championships with a time of 29:41.1…named the USTFCCCA Athlete of the year as a well as the Division I West Region Athlete of the Year and the Pac-12 Athlete of the Year and Newcomer of the Year after a historic freshman season…also earned All-America and first-team All-Pac-12 honors in the process…kicked off his collegiate career at Oregon with a first-place finish with a 24:11 8,000 meter time in Boston, Mass. at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and guided the Ducks to a their first win of the season…followed up with a second-place finish at the Eighth Annual Bill Dellinger Invitational clocking in at 24 minutes flat as the men of Oregon won its second-straight meet…claimed his third-straight top-five finish with a 23:32.95 time (8,000 meters) for fourth-place and guided UO to a second-place finish at the NCAA Pre-National race in Terra Haute, Ind…became the first freshman in Oregon history to win the Pac-12 Cross Country Championship title crossing the finish line at 24:36 at the Pac-12 Conference Championships in Louisville, Colo…became the first Duck since Galen Rupp (2007 & ’09) to claim the NCAA West Regional title with a time of 29:35 on the 10,000-meter course at Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Prep: Broke the 49 year-old boys’ national indoor high school two-mile record at the 2013 Millrose Games in New York City. Finished in 8:39.15 to take down the 8:40 run by Gerry Lindgren of Rogers High in Spokane, Wash., in 1964. Was the 2013 Gatorade National Cross Country Runner of the Year and didn’t lose a prep cross country race since 2010, when he finished second as a freshman at the Nike National

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Austin Collins Junior Colton, Ore. Colton High School Middle Distance

Before Oregon: Won Oregon state championships in both the 800 and 1,500 meters as a senior in 2011 while also taking second in the 400…also won the 800 as a junior…finished his high school career with three 3A OSAA titles and five runner-up finishes…was the high-point scorer at the state meet in both 2010 and 2011...attended Clackamas Community College out of high school where he is the school record holder in the 800…crowned NWAACC champion in the 800 in 2013…high school bests: 400 – 49.79; 800 – 1:52.68; 1,500 – 4:00.21. Personal: Major is geography.

Personal Bests 800 Meters – 1:49.59 1,500 Meters – 3:57

Jackson Darland 2013-14: Cross Country - The Eugene, Ore. native was able to run in his hometown in his first collegiate race at the Dellinger Invitational and came in at 26:51 as an unattached runner in the 8,000 meter.

Freshman Eugene, Ore. Sheldon High School Middle Distance

Prep: Was the 2012 Oregon 6A state cross country champion for Sheldon High School, covering the 5,000 meter course in 15:40. Named Oregon’s 2012 Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year after that victory. Followed cross country win by taking the Oregon 6A state crown at 1,500 meters as a senior in 2013. Was the state runner-up in the 1,500 meters as a junior in 2012 and has a personal best of 3:55.38 in the event. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 1:54.80, 2012; 1,500 Meters - 3:55.38, 2012. Personal: Major is undeclared. Was Sheldon’s valedictorian.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:54.80, 2012 1,500 Meters - 3:55.38, 2012

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Joe Delgado Freshman Ontario, Ore. Ontario High School Decathlon

Prep: Swept the hurdles at the 2012 Oregon State 4A Championships, taking the 110 in 14.83 and the 300 in a prep best 38.24….repeated as the 300 hurdles champion in 2013 with a prep…runner-up in the long jump at 22-7.25…recorded bests of 14.63 in the 110 hurdles (2013 OSAA Championships) and 22-9.5 in the long jump (Greater Oregon League District Meet)…captured the state 4A title in the 300 hurdles as a freshman in 2010 (39.47) and was fourth in the state in the long jump both his freshman and sophomore seasons…was second in the 300 and third in the 100 hurdles as a sophomore in 2011…scored 6,508 points in a win at the 2011 USATF Junior Olympic intermediate decathlon…was also a four-year letter winner in football and a three-year letter winner in basketball…prep bests: 110 hurdles – 14.63; long jump – 22-9.5; 300 hurdles – 37.96. Personal: Major is general social science.

Personal Bests 110 Meter Hurdles – 14.63 300 Meter Hurdles – 37.96 Long Jump – 22-9.5 Decathlon – 6,508 Points

Bryan Fernandez 2013-14: Cross Country - Came in at 32nd as an unattached runner at the Dellinger Invitational with a time of 25:00 flat in the 8,000 meters.

Freshman Santa Barbara, Calif. Dos Pueblos High School Distance Personal Bests 1,600 Meters - 4:12.62 3,200 Meters - 9:11.02 5,000 Meters - 15:09.00, 2012

Prep: The 2012 Gatorade California Cross Country Runner of the Year was undefeated in cross country in 12 prep races as a senior, including the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational, as he won the California Division 5 state title for Dos Pueblos High School. During the 2012 cross country season, broke the Seaside Invitational course record held by Meb Kefleghzi and Louie Quintana by running 14:05 over three miles and also set the Channel League course mark in 14:21. On the track, was third in the 3,200 meters at the California state championships in 9:14.55 as a junior in 2012. Also scored in the 3,200 as a senior, when he set prep bests in both the 1,600 meters (4:12.62) and 3,200 (9:11.02). High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:12.62, 2013; 3,200 Meters - 9:11.02, 2013; Three-Mile - 14:05.77, 2012; 5,000 Meters - 15:09.00, 2012. Personal: Major is business administration.

Ted Foster RS-Junior Lincroft, N.J. Andrews Osborne Academy Sprints

Prep: Former New Jersey state 400 meter champion who had the fourth-fastest indoor 400 meters in the nation this winter, 47.85...timed that at the Spire High School Showcase Meet running for Spire Academy, which is the athletic partner of Andrews Osborne Academy in Geneva, Ohio. Prior to transferring to Andrews for his senior year…was the 2012 New Jersey state Group A/Non-Public Schools 400 meter champion for Christian Brothers Academy and also anchored CBA’s winning 4x400 meter relay squad…took fourth in the 400 at the 2012 New Jersey Meet of Champions and third at the Eastern States Championships as a junior…prep bests: 400 – 47.85; 200 – 21.79. Personal: Major is undeclared.

Personal Bests 200 Meters – 21.79 400 Meters – 47.85

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Eric Jenkins

Redshirt Junior Portsmouth, N.H. Portsmouth High School Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 13:18.57, Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, Stanford, Ca., 4/28/13 3,000 Meters - 7:50.44 (i), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., 2/9/13

Before Oregon: All-American at 5,000 meters and a four-time Colonial Athletic Association champion, including the 2013 800 and 1,500 meter titles, for Northeastern. Ran the second-fastest 5,000 meters in the NCAA in 2013, 13:18.57, before finishing 10th at that distance at the 2013 NCAA Championships at Historic Hayward Field. That personal best was the fastest 5,000 meters ever run by an American under the age of 21 and ranked No. 10 on the all-time collegiate list. Also holds impressive personal bests in the 3,000 meters (7:50.44) and mile (3:58.11). Holds Northeastern’s school record in the mile, 3,000 meters and 5,000 meters. At the 2013 NCAA Indoor meet, initially finished second in the 3,000 meters (7:46 unofficially), but was disqualified in a controversial ruling. Broke the 4:00 barrier at the 2013 Terrier Classic (3:58.11). Was also the 2011 CAA cross country individual medalist and athlete of the year. Medical redshirt for the 2012 outdoor season after running in just one meet. Northeastern Bests: 800 Meters - 1:52.06, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 3:45.44, 2013; Mile - 3:58.11 (i), 2013; 3,000 Meters - 7:50.44 (i), 2013; 5,000 Meters - 13:18.57, 2013; 10,000 Meters - 31.23.97, 2012. Prep: Set six New Hampshire high school track & field records running for Portsmouth High School: 1,500 meters (4:04.56), 1,600 meters (4:15.10), 3,000 meters (8:53.10), 5,000 meters (15:16.20), mile (4:28.33) and two-miles (9:24.66). As a senior, won the cross country state championships with a time of 15:32 (5K) and set records at the Class I and state meets. Also won the 1,600 meter crown. As a junior, won the Meet of Champions and set a new course and meet record on the Mine Falls 5K course (15:16.2). Personal: Major is sociology.

Jake Leingang Freshman Bismarck, N.D. Bismarck High School Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 14:11.61,

2013-14: Cross Country - Clocked in at 24:11 in the four mile Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and placed second in his first collegiate race. Leingang was 1-of-6 Ducks to finish in the top-10 as UO claimed its first win of the 2013 season. Placed 34th at the NCAA Pre-National race in Terra Haute, Ind., with a mark of 24:03.57 as the Men of Oregon took second overall. Ran a 25:37 at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships finishing 16th in the 8,000-meter race. Finished in 28th place on the 10,000-meter course at the NCAA West Regionals with a time of 30:30. Ran a 31:46.8 at the NCAA Cross Country Championship 10,000-meter race. Prep: Won back-to-back national prep titles at 5,000 meters and was an 11-time North Dakota state champion for Bismarck High School. Won the 2013 New Balance Nationals 5,000 meters in a prep-best 14:11.61. Won his first national 5K title as a junior in 2012, running 14:26.16 at the 2012 New Balance Track and Field Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. That time was third-fastest among high schoolers in 2012. Also won four North Dakota state cross country titles, as Bismarck extended its run of state championships to eight during his career. Won three straight Gatorade North Dakota Cross Country Runner of the Year honors. Following his senior high school cross country season, won races at the Footlocker Midwest Regional and Nike Heartland Regional before taking third at the national Footlocker XC Championships. Won his first state title on the track as a freshman in 2010, taking the 3,200 meters. As a sophomore, added the cross country title and doubled up with wins in both the 1,600 and 3,200 at the state track meet. Repeated that feat as a junior in cross country, the 1,600 (4:13.62) and the 3,200 (9:34.19) and added a fourth title by running a leg on the winning 3,200 meter relay team. Impressive high school career saw him win the last two of his 11 titles on the track in 2013, taking both the 800 and 1,600 Meters. High School Bests: 3,200 Meters - 8:51.23, 2012; 5,000 Meters - 14:11.61, 2013. Personal: Major is undecided.

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Nathan Mathabane

OTHERS TO WATCH

Before Oregon: An Ivy League scorer in the mile for Princeton as a freshman in 2010 before being sidelined by injury the next two seasons. Came back in 2013 to set a personal best in the 800 meters of 1:51.15.1. Also a member of Princeton’s school record 4x800 relay team (7:21.62). Princeton Bests: 800 Meters - 1:51.15, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 3:49.02, 2010.

Redshirt Senior Portland, Ore. Lincoln High School / Princeton) Distance

Prep: Won the Oregon state 6A 2008 1,500 title and the 2009 3,000 meter crown for Lincoln High School. Personal: Major is geological sciences.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:51.15, George Mason Spring Invitational, Fairfax, Va., 4/13/13

Josh Melu Before Oregon: NWAACC champion in the triple jump in 2012 after finishing second in the event as a freshman…took fourth in the long jump in 2012 with a career-best jump of 22-9…holds school record in the triple jump at Green River CC and was named Student Athlete of the Year at Green River in 2012.

Junior Auburn, Wash. Mountain View High School/ Green River CC Jumps

Prep: Finished 10th in the long jump at the 3A WIAA state meet in 2010…holds the triple jump record at Auburn Mountainview…born in Lusaka Zambia, raised in Auburn…prep bests: triple jump – 44-1; long jump – 21-2. Personal: Major economics.

Mitch Modin Freshman Bend, Ore. Mountain View High School Decathlon

Prep: Put up the 10th best prep decathlon score in the nation in 2012 with 6,341 points which he scored at a USATF Junior Olympics regional meet…went on to place third at the Junior Olympic national meet (6,294)…won the OSAA 5A State Championship in the 200 and 110 hurdles during his senior year while placing second in the long jump…scored in four events in the meet as a junior…the 200 (third), high jump (eighth), long jump (fifth) and 4x400 meter relay (seventh)…also excelled on the basketball court for Mountain View and was named a McDonald’s High School All-American…prep bests: 200 – 22.06; 400 – 49.40; 110 hurdles – 14.80; long jump – 22-7.50. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Personal Bests 200 Meters – 22.06 400 Meters – 49.40 110 Hurdles – 14.80 Long Jump – 22-7.50

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Chris Mulverhill Prep: Finished sixth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the 2013 U.S. Junior Championships. Ranked eighth nationally among high schoolers in the 2,000 meter steeplechase in 2013, running 6:01.52 at the Oregon Preview. Was the prep steeplechase champion at the Texas Relays. Placed tenth at the 2013 Texas 4A state cross country meet for Cedar Park High School. Also a member of Cedar Park’s 2010 Texas state championships cross country team. High School Bests: 2,000 Meter Steeplechase - 6:01.52, 2013.

Freshman Austin, Texas Cedar Park High School Steeplechase

Personal: Major is environmental science.

Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 8:26.04,

Travis Neuman 2013-14: Competed in the Dellinger Invitational unattached from the team and clocked in at 24:53 in the 8,000 meter, placing 27th.

Freshman Bend, Ore. Summit High School Distance

Prep: A U.S. Juniors national qualifier in the 1,500 meters. Won back-to-back Oregon 5A state cross country titles in 2011 and 2012, leading Summit High School to state crowns both years. Was named the 2012 Gatorade Oregon Cross Country Runner of the Year. Was the state runner-up in cross country as a sophomore. Impressed at an early age by scoring as a freshman at the state track meet in both the 1,500 and 3,000 meters. As a senior, set a prep best at 3,000 meters by running 8:36.21 at the 2013 Oregon Twilight. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 3:57.26, 2013; 3,000 Meters 8:36.21, 2013. Personal: Major is biochemistry.

Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 8:36.21

Dan Oekerman Prep: Was the 2012 Oregon 6A state champion at 3,000 meters for Beaverton High School. Came back as a senior in 2013 to finish third in the state at both 1,500 and 3,000 meters. Set a prep best of 8:28.04 in the 3,000 at the Oregon Relays, finishing second. In cross country, was the state runner-up in 2012 and took third in 2011. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 3:55.36, 2012; 3,000 Meters - 8:28.04, 2013.

Freshman Portland, Ore. Beaverton High School Middle Distance

Personal: Major is business. Father Guy Oekerman competed in track and field for Oregon State.

Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 8:26.04,

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Tanguy Pepiot

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2013-14: Cross Country - Started his career at Oregon with a first-place finish at Pre-Nationals with a time of 24:45.24 in the men’s open race (8,000 meters). Clocked in at 25:52 at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships for 21st overall while the Men of Oregon took second in the 8,000-meter race. Finished 19th at the NCAA West Regionals in 30:12 at the Haggin Oaks Golf Course (10,000 meters). Crossed the finish line in 30:58.4 to take 58th at his first NCAA Cross Country Championship.

Junior Besancon, France Lycee Jules Haag Steeplechase Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 8:06.50, 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 8:33.42,

Before Oregon: Ran an impressive personal best of 8:33.42 at the 2012 BottropGala in Germany, a time that is just :13 off the Oregon school record. Finished third in the steeplechase at the 2013 European U-23 Championships (8:38.07). Prior to that, placed seventh in the steeple at the 2010 World Junior Championships. Also has a solid 3,000 meter P.R. of 8:06.50 from the 2013 indoor season. Bests: 1,500 Meters - 3:46.94, 2013; 3,000 Meters - 8:06.50, 2013; 3,000 Meter Steeplechase - 8:33.42. Personal: Major is general social sciences.

Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 21st, 25:52 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 19th, 30:12 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 58th, 30:58.4

Sam Prakel 2013-14: Cross Country - Ran in his first collegiate race unattached at the Dellinger Invitational with a mark of 25:27 and placed 47th in the 8,000 meter.

Freshman Versailles, Ohio Versailles High School Middle Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 3:46.93,

Prep: Won the bronze medal in the 1,500 meters at the 2013 U.S. Junior Championships (3:46.93). A twotime Ohio Division III state champion in cross country (2011-12) for Versailles High School. Won the 800 (1:52.32) and 1,600 (4:14.00) meters at the as a senior at the 2013 Ohio state meet, where he also scored on the 4x400 meter and 4x800 meter relay. Set a prep best in the 1,600 of 4:09.92 in winning the Midwest Meet of Champions. Captured the 1,600 meters (4:10.33) and the 3,200 meters (9:16.14) at the 2012 state track championships. Went on to finish fourth in the mile at the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in 4:11.82. Was named a 2012 Wendy’s High School Heisman winner, as well as the Ohio Gatorade Runner of the Year. Was also a Footlocker Nationals qualifier in 2012. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 1:52.32, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 3:46.93, 2013; 1,600 Meters - 4:09.92, 2013; 3,200 Meters - 9:16.14, 2012. Personal: Major is biochemistry.

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Cullen Prena

Freshman Walled Lake, Mich. Walled Lake Central High School Throws

Prep: Garnered Track and Field News All-America honors…2013 Gatorade Athlete of the Year in Michigan at Walled Lake Central High School…also Mr. Track and Field for the state of Michigan in 2013…crowned state champion in the discus, shot put and weight throw in 2013…holds school records in each of those three events as well as the state record in the discus at 210-1…won the 2012 USATF Junior Olympics national championship in the discus with a throw of 185-4…placed second in the discus and third in the shot put at the 2012 state championships...prep bests: discus – 210-1; shot put – 61-0; weight throw – 66-1. Personal: Major is business.

Personal Bests Discus – 210-1 Shot put – 61-0 Weight throw – 66-1

Alec Smith Freshman Portland, Ore. Westview High School Middle Distance

Prep: Smith won consecutive Oregon state 6A 800 meter titles for Westview High School as a junior and senior…didn’t lose a race at 800 meters as a senior in 2013…set a personal best in the 800 of 1:50.43 in winning the USA Miler’s Club meet in Portland…followed that by making the final of the 800 at the U.S. Track and Field Junior Championships in Des Moines, Iowa….won his semifinal heat in 1:51.54, before finishing eighth in the final as the only high schooler running against a field of collegians…prep bests: 400 – 48.83; 800 – 1:50.43; 1,500 – 4:02.77. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Personal Bests 400 Meters – 48.83 800 Meters – 1:50.43 1,500 Meters – 4:02.77

Benjamin Thiel Freshman Celina, Texas Celina High School Hurdles

Prep: Was the Texas 3A State Champion in the 300 meter hurdles in both 2012 and 2013...His best time of 36.76 ranked ninth nationally among high schoolers in 2013…part of the 4x400 relay teams which won state championships as a sophomore, junior and senior…was a member of two Celina High School state championship track teams (2012, 2013) and was also an all-state honorable mention selection in football…prep bests: 300 hurdles - 36.76. Personal: Major is undecided.

Personal Bests 300 Hurdles – 36.76

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Cole Walsh Freshman Phoenix, Ariz. Brophy College Prep Pole Vault

Prep: Walsh comes to Oregon as a two-time runner up in the Arizona state championships…Walsh won the pole vault at the Arizona Meet of Champions with a clearance at 16-5 for Brophy College Prep which is a school record…finished third at the 2013 USATF Junior Nationals…began 2012 with a clearance at 14-0 and then progressed to 14-9, 15-6, 16-1 and 16-3 before finishing the year at 16-5, a height that ranked 18th nationally…during the 2013 indoor season, Walsh again cleared 16-5 at Northern Arizona’s meet, which ranked fifth nationally. Personal: Major is undecided.

Personal Bests Pole Vault – 16-5

Austin White Prep: Qualified for the California state championships in 2012 where he finished 16th in the shot put… was named all-league in 2012…prep bests: shot put – 158-9; discus – 148-3. Personal: Major is business.

Freshman Carmiachael, Calif. Jesuit HS Throws Personal Bests Shot Put – 158-9 Discus – 148-3

Brett Willyard Freshman Cannon Beach, Ore. Seaside High School Middle Distance

Prep: Was a five-time state 4A champion for Seaside High School. Won titles at 800 and 3,000 meters as a senior in 2013 after taking the 1,500 and 3,000 meter crowns as a junior in 2012. Prior to that was the state runner-up at 800 meters as both a sophomore and freshman. Also a member of the state championship 4x400 meter relay squad as a freshman. Posted an 800 PR of 1:52.59 at the 2013 Portland Track Festival. In cross country, was sixth at the state meet as a senior. High School Bests: 800 Meters 1:52.59, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 3:56.20, 2012; 3,000 Meters - 8:38.14, 2012. Personal: Major is political science.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 1:52.59 1,500 Meters - 3:56.20 3,000 Meters - 8:38.14

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Others to Watch

Cameron Acosta

T. J. Brassil

Casey Campbell

Tanner Harris

Matt Hidalgo

Matt Jablonski

Caleb Kruse

Jordan Latt

Marcus McArdle

Ron Perkins

Trent Warren

RS Freshman / Javelin Portland, Ore. Westview High School

RS Sophomore / Pole Vault Banks, Ore. Banks High School

RS Sophomore / Throws Independence, Ore. Cenrtal High School / Western Oregon

RS Freshman / Throws Clayton, Calif. De La Salle High School

Junior / Middle Distance Maple Valley, Wash. Tahoma High School

RS Sophomore / Middle Distance Cockeysville, Md. Loyola Blakesfield High School

RS Junior / Throws Redmond, Ore. Redmond High School

RS Senior / Jumps Coos Bay, Ore. Marshfield High School

RS Sophomore / Middle Distance Chula Vista, Calif. Eastlake High School

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RS Senior / Throws Eugene, Ore. Sheldon High School

RS Junior / Sprints Tigard, Ore. Tigard High School / Lane CC


WOMEN’S PROFILES Name Ally Aschbacher Frida Berge Tristan Bevans Laura Bobek Christian Brennan Liz Brenner Alli Cash Daphne Chambers Sammie Clark Lindsay Crevoiserat Lauren Crockett Haley Crouser Mia Elbon Skylar Evans Claudia Francis Phyllis Francis Molly Grabill Katie Gruys Therese Haiss Nikki Hiltz Ashante Horsley Linsey Kau Annie Leblanc Abbey Leonardi Brittany Mann Ashley Maton Madeline Middlebrooks Jordie Munford Samantha Murphy Mel Newberry Felicia Odle Chizoba Okodogbe Kelly O’Neill Megan Patrignelli Sarah Penney Jenna Prandini Laura Roesler Alisha Rowlee Marybeth Sant Maggie Schmaedick Sara Seiwald Lauren Sens Rachel Sherrell Chancey Summers Claire Thomas Jasmine Todd Madelayne Varela Sasha Wallace Jillian Weir Annie Whitfield Allison Woodward Julia Zrinyi

Events Middle Distance Distance Jumps Throws Sprints Throws Middle Distance Throws Pole Vault Distance High Jump Throws Distance Middle Distance Middle Distance Middle Distance Distance Throws Middle Distance Middle Distance Sprints Javelin Middle Distance Distance Throws Middle Distance Throws Hurdles Middle Distance Steeplechase Javelin Sprints Middle Distance Middle Distance Middle Distance Jumps / Sprints Middle Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Throws Throws High Jump Heptathlon Jumps / Sprints Jumps Hurdles Throws Throws Distance Middle Distance

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Hometown (High School / College) Portland, Ore. (Beaverton) Olve, Norway (Framnes Christian) Nesconset, N.Y. (Smithtown) Astoria, Ore. (Astoria) Hamilton, Ontario (Saint Mary’s Catholic) Portland, Ore. (Jesuit) Lenexa, Kan. (Shawnee Mission West) Springfield, Ore. (Springfield) North Bend, Ore. (North Bend) Glastonbury, Conn. (Glastonbury / Connecticut) Ogden, Utah (Ogden) Gresham, Ore. (Gresham) Nashville, Tenn. (Sovereign Grace Academy / Belmont) Crozier, Va. (Midlothian) Queens, N.Y. (Cardozo) Queens, N.Y. (Catherine McAuley) Poway, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo) Maple Lake, Minn. (Annandale) Solon, Ohio (Solon) Santa Cruz, Calif. (Aptos) McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville) Crow, Ore. (Crow / Lane CC) Repentigny, Quebec (Jean-Baptiste Meilleur School) Kennebunkport, Maine (Kennebunk) Beverly Hills, Mich. (Detroit Country Day School) Bend, Ore. (Summit) O’Fallon, Mo. (Fort Zumwalt West) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Ramcho Cucamonga) Perth, Ontario (St. John Catholic / Illinois) London, England (Wycome Academy / Princeton) Camas, Wash. (Union) Antioch, Calif. (Deer Valley) Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lakeridge) Monroe, N.Y. (Monroe-Woodbury) Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Xavier College Prep) Clovis, Calif. (Clovis) Fargo, N.D. (Fargo South) Newport, Ore. (Newport) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Valor Christian) Eugene, Ore. (Sheldon) Portland, Ore. (Valley Catholic / Kansas) Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove) Parkdale, Ore. (Hood River Valley) Eagle Creek, Ore. (Estacada) Molalla, Ore. (Molalla) Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood) Castro Valley, Calif. (Castro Valley) Sunnyvale, Calif. (Homestead / Long Beach State) Sweet Home, Ore. (Sweet Home) Green Bay, Wis. (Notre Dame Academy) Winnipeg, Manitoba (Vincent Massey High School / Connecticut)

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WOMEN’S TEAM ROSTER

The Women of Oregon 4-time Defending NCAA Indoor Champions 5-time Defending Conference Champions 2012 NCAA Outdoor Runners-up 2011 NCAA Outdoor Runners-up 2010 NCAA Outdoor Runners-up 2009 NCAA Outdoor Runners-up

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Laura Bobek 2012-13: Outdoor – Scored at the Pac-12 Championships in the discus…finished 10th with a mark of 157-10/48.11m…set a personal record in the event at the Oregon Preview (172-6/52.58m) where she won…also picked up wins at the Oregon State High Performance Meet and the John Knight Twilight… threw the shot put sparingly during the season with a season best at the Oregon Pepsi Invitational (467.25/14.20m)…Indoor – set a personal best in the weight throw at the MPSF Championships where she finished 11th (54-6.5/16.62m)…competed in the shot put and weight throw at four meets…Season Bests – discus – 172-6/52.58m, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore., (3/16/13); shot put – 46-7.25/14.20m, Pepsi Invitational, Eugene, Ore., (4/6/13); hammer throw – 157-8/48.07m, Pepsi Invitational, Eugene, Ore., (4/6/13); weight throw – 54-6.5/16.62m, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., (2/23/13).

Redshirt Senior Astoria, Ore. Astoria High School Throws Personal Bests Shot Put - 47-8/14.53m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., 5/5/12 Discus – 172-6/52.58m, Oregon Preview, Eugene, Ore., 3/16/13 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – Discus, 10th, 157-10/48.11m 2012 - Discus, 4th, 170-6/51.96m 2012 - Shot Put, 9th, 45-0.5/13.73m 2011 - Shot Put, 11th, 44-5.5/13.55m (Pac-10) 2011 - Discus, 11th, 137-0/41.77m (Pac-10)

2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 scorer in the discus. Won the discus at the Oregon Preview and the Pepsi Team Invitational. Saw a big jump in the discus the final weeks of the season. Hit 160 for the first time in 2012 at the Oregon Relays (160-5) and improved to 160-9 at the Oregon Twilight. Then made the 10-foot leap to 170-6/51.96m in a fourth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships. That was tied for the seventhbest throw in school history. Concluded year with her second straight NCAA West appearance in the discus. Had six competitions in the shot put, winning four. Went 47-5/14.45m in a runner-up finish at the Pepsi meet before hitting a personal best of 47-8/14.53m at the Oregon Twilight. That ranked as the No. 10 throw in school history. Also threw the hammer five times with a best of 162-4.25/49.48m at the John Knight Twilight. Indoors - Saw action in four meets. Best effort in the weight throw was 50-5.5/15.38m at the MPSF Championships. Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention. Season Bests: Outdoors - Shot Put - 47-8/14.53m (PR), Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/5/12); Discus - 170-6-7/51.96m (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/13/12). Indoors - Weight Throw - Shot Put - 50-5.5/15.38m (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/24/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Wrapped season with her first NCAA West Preliminary meet appearance in the discus. Pac-10 qualifer in both the discus and the shot put, finishing 11th in both. Threw a season-best 167-7/51.07m in winning the discus at the Oregon Relays. Previously, upped seasonal discus mark to 164-0/49.98m at the Mt. SAC Relays, a 10-foot PR. In home debut, was in three events at the Oregon Preview, including a second-place shot put (44-7/13.59m) and a third-place discus (154-3/47.01m). Improved to 45-2.5/13.78m in the shot put at the Pepsi Team Invitational and went 154-1 in the discus. Pac-10 all-academic honorable mention. Indoors - Recovering from injuries that cost her a year, made Oregon debut at the UW Indoor Preview, where she threw the shot put. Improved by more than two feet over season-opening mark at the UW Invitational (43-1.5/13.14m). Upped shot put distance again to 44-7/13.59m at the Husky Classic, where she also threw the weight toss. Wrapped indoor season with the shot put and the weight toss at the MPSF Championships. Season Bests: Outdoors - Shot Put 45-2.5/13.78m (PR), Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore., (4/9/11); Discus - 167-7/51.07m (PR),Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/22/11). Indoors - Shot Put - 44-7/13.59m (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/12/11). 2009-10: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons due to injury. Prep: Won three consecutive state 4A titles in both the shot put and the discus for Astoria High School. Senior season saw her ranked fifth nationally in the shot put with a throw of 47-8, which came at the Dick Baker Invitational, as well as sixth nationally in the discus with a toss of 162-1 from the Anderson Relays. The latter mark set an Oregon prep all-classifications record. Won her third straight state shot (45-5.5) and discus (152-10) titles in 2009 to lead Astoria to a third place team finish. As a junior in 2008, dominated at the 4A level, winning both the discus (138-3) and the shot put (42-8) at the state meet for the second consecutive year and going undefeated during the high school season. Claimed her first state titles as a sophomore in 2007, throwing 41-6 in the shot put and 131-11 in the discus. Helped the Fishermen capture two second place finishes at the state championships during her sophomore and junior seasons. Was also the runner-up in both the shot put (43-3.5) and the discus (139-8) at the 2008 Washington/Oregon Meet of Champions. High School Bests: Shot Put - 47-8/14.52m, 2009; Discus - 1621/49.40m, 2009. Personal: Majoring in biology. Older brother Sam rowed at Oregon State for four years. A member of the 4H Club, would like to study to be a large animal veterinarian.

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Liz Brenner 2012-13: Outdoor – Awarded with All-America status in the javelin by placing eighth at the NCAA Championships…set a personal best at the West Region Preliminary Round but topped it at the national meet with a throw of 168-9/51.43m…the distance ranks fifth on the Oregon all-time list…won the Oregon Twilight and the Oregon State High Performance meets in the javelin…finished third at the Pac-12 Championships…Indoor – Did not compete…Season Bests – javelin – 168-9/51.43m, NCAA Championships, Eugene, Ore., (6/8/13). 2011-12: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons.

Redshirt Sophomore Portland, Ore. Jesuit High School Javelin 2013 All-American Personal Bests Shot Put - 45-11, Jesuit Twilight Invitational, Portland, Ore., 4/29/12 Javelin – 168-9/51.43m, NCAA Championships Eugene, Ore., 6/8/13

Prep: Four-sport standout was a two-time state shot put champion for Jesuit High School, as well as a two-time state runner-in in the javelin. Member of Jesuit’s back-to-back state championship track and field teams. Terrific performance at the 2012 Jesuit Twilight Invitational, where she set prep bests in both the shot put (45-11) and the javelin (155-11). Won every shot put competition as a senior in 2011, including the state title with a throw of 45-4-75. Was the runner-up in the javelin at 154-3. As a junior in 2010, won her first state shot put title (43-2.25) and was second in the javelin (146-6). Won the 201011 Johnny Carpenter Prep Athlete of the year for all sports in the state of Oregon. After the 2009-10 season was named the Oregon Prep Athlete of the Year. In volleyball, was named back-to-back state 6A volleyball player of the year, leading Jesuit to consecutive state title game appearances. In basketball, was named the 2011 6A state basketball player of the year after leading her team to the state title, thanks to her 17 points and 11 rebounds in a 42-39 in the championship game win over No. 1 Clackamas. High School Bests: Shot Put - 45-11, 2012; Javelin - 155-11, 2012. Personal: Sport Marketing major. Older sister Mary Claire is a senior outfielder/first baseman for the Oregon State softball team. Parents Douglas and Jennifer were collegiate swimmers at Montana (dad) and the College of St. Catherine (mom). Is also an 11-time racquetball world champion.

NCAA Track and Field Championships 2013 – Javelin, 8th, 168-9/51.43m Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – Javelin, 3rd, 150-0/45.71m

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Sammie Clark 2012-13: Outdoor – Provided points for Oregon at the Pac-12 Championships with a fifth-place finish in the pole vault…won the event at both the Oregon Twilight and the Oregon relays leading up to the conference meet…set a career height of 13-6.25/4.12m at the Oregon twilight…Indoor – Competed in four events during the season…won the UW Husky Classic, clearing 13-4.25…took fifth at the MPSF Championships…Season Bests – pole vault – 13-6.25/4.12m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., (5/3/13).

Senior North Bend, Ore. North Bend High School Pole Vault Personal Bests Pole Vault - 13-6.25/4.12m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore., 5/3/13 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – Pole Vault, 5th, 13-0.25/3.97m 2012 - Pole Vault, 7th, 13-0.75/3.98m

2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 scorer was one of the most improved vaulters on the team. Set three outdoor PRs during the season. Opened year with a PR at 12-8.25/3.87m at the USC Invitational. Improved to 131.5/4.00m in a runner-up finish at the Pepsi Team Invitational. Then had biggest clearance of the season in a win at the Oregon Relays, 13-5.25/4.10m. That led the team in 2012 and was the sixth-best clearance in school history. At the Pac-12 Championships, took seventh with a clearance at 13-0.75/3.98m. Ended season with her first NCAA West Preliminary meet. Indoors - Had an improvement of more than a foot from her opening clearance (12-1.5/3.70m) to her best clearance. Won the pole vault at the Husky Classic by clearing 13-2.25/4.02m and then hit best bar of the year in a runner-up finish at the MPSF Championships (13-4.5/4.08m). Season Bests: Outdoors - Pole Vault - 13-5.25/4.10m (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12). Indoors - Pole Vault - 13-4.5/4.08m (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/25/12). 2010-11: Outdoors - Wrapped season by tying for fifth at the USA Junior Championships (12-5.25/3.80m). Cleared a personal-best 12-6.25/3.82 at the Oregon Twilight. Made Oregon debut in the pole vault at the Oregon Preview. Also vaulted at the Pepsi Team Invitational and the Oregon Relays. Indoors - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors - Pole Vault - 12-6.25/3.82m, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/6/11). Prep: Broke the 4A state meet record with a clearance at 12-5/3.78m to win the event as a senior in 2010 for North Bend High School. Helped North Bend finish fourth overall. Had a prep best clearance of 126/3.81m at the Dick Baker Invite. Won eight of the nine pole vault competitions she entered as a senior. Also won state pole vault crown as a junior (12-0) and was second as a freshman. High School Bests: Pole Vault - 12-6/3.81m, 2010. Personal: Major is general social science.

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Lauren Crockett 2012-13: Outdoor – Qualified for the NCAA Championships where she finished 18th in the high jump, clearing 5-7.75/1.72m…took fourth at the Pac-12 Championships with a mark of 5-10/1.78m…won the high jump at the Oregon State High Performance Meet, Oregon Relays and Oregon Pepsi Inviatational… set a career mark of 5-11.25/1.81m at the Oregon Relays…Indoor – Won the high jump at the UW Invitational and UW Husky Classic…notched her best indoor mark with a 5-10/1.78m jump at the UW Husky Classic…took ninth at the MPSF Championships…Season Bests – high jump – 5-11.25/1.81m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., (4/20/13).

Junior Ogden, Utah Ogden High School Jumps Personal Bests High Jump - 5-11.25/1.81m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., 4/20/13 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – High Jump, 19th, 5-7.75/1.72m 2012 - High Jump, t17th, 5-8.75/1.75m

2011-12: Outdoors - Hard work early in the season paid off with a trip to the NCAA Championships. After struggling in early meets, had a breakout performance at the Twilight Meet where she cleared a thenpersonal best 5-10.5/1.79m. Carried that momentum to the Pac-12 Championships, where she tied for fourth at 5-8.5/1.74m. Had another breakout performance at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, where she cleared a season-best 5-10.75/1.80m to tie for seventh and advance to the NCAA Championships. Clearance was tied for the sixth-best in school history. Good performance at the NCAA meet, where she cleared 5-8.75/1.75m and just missed out on All-America honors. Indoors - Light schedule saw her compete in the high jump in just two meets. Season Bests: Outdoors - High Jump - 5-10.75/1.80m (PR), NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/25/12). Prep: Won the women’s high jump at the 2010 USATF Junior Olympics with a clearance at 5-8.75. Was also a two-time Utah state champion for Ogden High School. Win as a sophomore in 2009 helped Ogden High win the Utah state title. Matched her personal best clearance of 5-10 in winning the Region 5 title as a senior in 2011. Personal best clearance of 5-10 was tied for seventh nationally among high schoolers in both 2010 and 2011. Also defended her high jump title at the 2011 Simplot Games (5-6). High School Bests: High Jump - 5-10, 2011. Personal: Major is advertising.

Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – High Jump, 4th, 5-10/1.78m 2012 - High Jump, t4th, 5-8.5/1.74m

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Claudia Francis 2012-13: Outdoor – Redshirt season…did not compete…Indoor – Participated at the UW Husky Classic, UW Invitational and Blue and Orange Opener...Season Bests – 400 – 55.67, Blue and Orange Opener, Nampa, Idaho, (1/12/13); 800 – 2:07.31, UW Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash., (2/9/13).

Redshirt Sophomore Queens, N.Y. Cardozo High School Middle Distance

2011-12: Pac-12 scorer and NCAA qualifier at 800 meters. Outdoors - Late start to the season, but led off Oregon’s runner-up finish in the 4x800 meter relay at the Penn Relays. Was fifth in the 800 meters at the Oregon Relays in 2:06.90. Set a seasonal-best in the Pac-12 semifinals of 2:04.88 (No. 10 on the UO list). Took third in the finals in 2:05.42 to help Oregon win its fourth straight crown. Advanced to the NCAA Championships on time after running 2:07.73 at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds. Was an NCAA semifinalist. Wrapped up season at the U.S. Junior Championships, where she took fourth in the 800 in 2:08.69. Indoors - Made two appearances in the 800, taking second at the Husky Classic in 2:09.16. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 2:04.88 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12). Indoors - 800 Meters - 2:09.12 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/11/12).

NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2012 - 800 Meters, s-8th, 2:12.74

Prep: Francis ranked sixth nationally in the 800 meters in 2011 (2:06.98). Claimed the 2011 Hispanic Games 800 indoor title as a senior for Cardoza High School. Also led the nation indoors in the 600 meters (1:29.98) in 2011. Personal 800 best, 2:05.47, came at the 2009 Nike Nationals in North Carolina. As a junior, captured the New Balance Outdoor Nationals 800 crown in 2:07.30. That time ranked third nationally among high schoolers in 2010. Was the 2009 USA Junior Olympic 800 and 1,500 meter champion. Went on to win the World Youth trials in the 800 later in 2009. Impressive list of junior titles also includes the 2009 Nike Outdoor nationals (800 meters), 2009 New York Borough and City Championships (800 and 1,500 meters), 2009 Reebok Grand Prix (800 meters) and 2009 New Balance Collegiate Invitational (1,000 meters). Was also the 2008 Nike Outdoor nationals mile champion as a sophomore. Has competed previously at Oregon’s Hayward Field previously, having run there at the 2004 USA Junior Olympics. High School Bests: 600 Meters - 1:29.98, 2011; 800 Meters - 2:05.47, 2009.

Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2012 - 800 Meters, 3rd, 2:05.42

Personal: Major is general science. Sister Phyllis Francis is currently a junior on the Ducks’ track and field team.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:04.88, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore., 5/12/12

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Phyllis Francis 2012-13: Outdoor – Three-event All-American at the NCAA Championships…finished third in the 400 with a personal-best time of 50.86…anchored the 4x400 team which finished fourth and posted the third-fastest time in school history (3:28.15)…took fourth in the 4x100 with a team that also posted ran the third-best time in school history during the prelims (43.73)...Pac-12 Champion in the 400 and 4x100…finished second at the conference meet while running a PR of 22.77, third-fastest in the Oregon record book…won the 400 at the Oregon Pepsi Invitational…Indoor – Part of the 4x400 team which won the NCAA Championship and helped the Oregon women’s team capture the team title…finished fourth in the 400 at the national meet in a time of 52.01…won the 400 and the 4x400 at the MPSF Championships…won the 200 at the Blue and Orange Opener…Season Bests – 200 – 22.77, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13); 400 – 50.86, NCAA Championships, Eugene, Ore., (6/8/13).

Senior Queens, N.Y. Catherine McAuley High School Middle Distance Two-Time NCAA Champion 11-Time All-American Three-Time Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 200 Meters – 22.77, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/12/13 400 Meters – 50.86, NCAA Championships, Eugene, Ore., 6/8/13 800 Meters - 2:04.83, USA Track & Field Junior Olympics, Omaha, Neb., 7/22/08 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 400 Meters, 3rd, 50.86 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 4th, 3:28.24 2013 – 4x100 Meters, 4th, 43.80 2012 - 400 Meters, 5th, 51.79 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:24.54 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay, 4th, 43.58 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:28.18 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 400 Meters, 4th, 52.01 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 1st, 3:30.22 2012 - 400 Meters, 3rd, 53.01 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 10th, 3:36.52 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – 400 Meters, 1st, 51.57 2013 – 200 Meters, 2nd, 22.77 2013 – 4x100 Meters, 1st, 43.81 2012 - 400 Meters - 1st, 52.05 2012 - 200 Meters - 2nd, 23.03 2012 - 4x100 Meter Relay - 1st, 43.72 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay - 2nd, 3:32.59 2011 - 800 Meters, 9th, 2:12.91 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:29.63 (Pac-10)

2011-12: Pac-12 champion (400 meters). NCAA champion (4x400 meter relay). Outdoors - Finished sophomore campaign with a flourish, winning the Pac-12 400 meter title and anchoring the Ducks’ recordsetting 4x400 meter relay. Opened season with a then-PR in the 200 meters at the USC Invitational (23.42) and then won the 400 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational in 52.99. Reached another level in championship competition where she won the Pac-12 400 title in a then-PR of 52.05 and was second in the 200 in 23.03 (third-fastest time in school history). Also led off Oregon’s winning 4x100 meter relay (43.58) and anchored the runner-up 4x400 team (3:32.59). Breezed through the NCAA West Preliminary meet wih a pair of thirdplace finishes in the 400 meters. Also anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay team which ran 3:29.43 (No. 4 in school history). At the NCAA Championships, had a memorable performance as the anchor on the 4x400 meter relay squad that won in a meet record 3:24.54, which was also the second-fastest time ever run by a collegiate 4x400 squad. Her anchor leg helped the Ducks edge Louisiana State by .05. In the 400, ran a personal-best 51.22 to win her semifinal heat before taking fifth in the final in 51.79. Semifinal time was the second-fastest in school history. Following the collegiate season, was a 400 meter semifinalist at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Indoors - Took third in the 400 meters and fourth on the 4x400 meter relay teams at the NCAA Championships. Timed a season-best 23.75 (No. 3 in school history) to win the 200 meters at the Texas A&M Challenge. Anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay team at the MPSF Championships in 3:33.70 (No. 2 in school history). Took third in the 400 at the NCAA Championships in 53.01 (No. 2 in school history). Also anchored the fourth-place 4x400 meter relay team (3:36.52). Season Bests: Outdoors - 200 Meters 23:03 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12); 400 Meters - 51.22 (PR), NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa (6/25/11). Indoors - 200 Meters - 23.75 (PR), Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas (1/28/12); 400 Meters - 53.01 (PR), NCAA Championships, Nampa, Idaho (3/10/12). 2010-11: All-American (4x400 meter relay). Outdoors - Impressive showing after the college season at the USA Junior Championships, where she was the national runner-up at 400 meters. Won her semifinal heat in a then-personal best 53.28. In the finals, broke 53 seconds for the first time as the runner-up in 52.93. That was the No. 7 time in school history and qualified her for the Pan American Junior Championships. At the Pan Am meet, placed third in the 400 meters (53.81) and helped the U.S. win the 4x400 meter relay by running the second leg (3:34.71). Helped the 4x400 meter relay team set the school record at the NCAA Championships. Was the Ducks’ third leg for both the semifinal and final races. In the semifinal, Oregon won its heat in 3:31.04. In the final, the Ducks battled for a national championship before taking third in a schoolrecord 3:28.18. Was the third leg on the team that ran the second-fastest time at the NCAA West Preliminary meet in 3:33.63. Also qualified for the NCAA West meet in the 800 meters. Pac-10 champion in the 4x400 meter relay. Ran the third leg on the team that broke the meet record in 3:29.63. Also ran a season-best 2:08.45 in the 800 meter preliminaries. Timed 2:08.82 in the 800 meters at the Mt. SAC Relays, where she also helped the Ducks win the 4x400 meter relay with the third-fastest time in school history (3:3:32.63). At the Pepsi Invitational, timed 2:08.98 in the 800 meters. Also took the second leg on the winning 4x400 meter relay team (3:36.87). Established a then-personal best in the 400 meters at the Stanford Invitational by running 54.28. Anchored the 4x400 meter relay team that set an Oregon Preview record in 3:44.85. Also ran the 1,500 meters. Indoors - Terrific season opener at the UW Indoor Preview where she set the school record in winning the 600 meters (1:27.38) and ran the second leg on the all-freshman 4x400 meter relay team (3:41.02). Ran 2:11.33 in her first indoor 800 meter race at the Tyson Invitational. Tied for seventh in the 800 meters at the MPSF Championships (2:10.04). Cross Country - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors - 400 Meters - 52.93, USA Junior Championships, Eugene, Ore. (6/25/11); 800 Meters - 2:08.45, Pac10 Championships, Tucson, Ariz. (5/13/11). Indoors - 800 Meters - 2:10.04, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/26/11). Prep: Won the 800 meters at the 2010 National Scholastic Indoor Championships (2:07.54) to cap a strong indoor season. That time was the sixth-best nationally among high schoolers in 2010. Won a pair of indoor titles for Brooklyn’s Catherine McAuley High School at the 2010 CHSAA Intersectionals, taking the 300

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Molly Grabill 2013-14: Cross Country - Grabill had a dominant return after being out for a year and notched a secondplace finish (16:10) in the three-mile race at the PSU Viking Classic helping Oregon sweep a trio of victories over Portland, Portland State and Oregon State. Clocked in at 17:34 in the women’s 5,000 meters at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown and finished 12th. Recorded a 17:20 mark at the Bill Dellinger Invitational placing 14th-overall and helped guide the women of Oregon to a second-place finish (5,000 meters). Finished in 36th-place at the Pre-Nationals race in Terra Haute, Ind., with a 20:53.48 time (6,000 meters). Covered the 6,000-meter course in 22:52 at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships finishing 37th-overall and helped Oregon take fourth. Led the Ducks for the first time this season with a 14thplace finish in 20:01 at the NCAA West Regional 6,000-meter race at Haggin Oaks Golf Course as Oregon took third. Tabbed Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention accolades. Clocked in at 21:20.1 at the 6,000-meter race in Terra Haute, Ind., at the NCAA Cross Country Championship.

Redshirt Sophomore Poway, Calif. Rancho Bernardo, Calif. Distance Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 16:38.01, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., 4/20/12 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 101st, 21:20.1 2011 - 207th, 21:56.3 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 14th, 20:01 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2012 - 10,000 Meters, 17th, 36:30.17 2012 - 5,000 Meters - DNF Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013, 37th, 22:52 2011 - 32nd, 20:59

2012-13: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Indoors - Did not compete. Cross Country - Redshirt season. 2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 qualifier as a freshman. Ran the 1,500 meters at the Oregon Preview and John Knight Twilight before stepping up to 5,000 meters at the USC Invitational and the Oregon Relays. Timed a season-best 16:38.01 in a runner-up finish at the relays. Wrapped up season with an appearance in the 10,000 (17th, 36:30.17) and 5,000 at the Pac-12 Championships. Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - Capped freshman season with her first NCAA Championships appearance. Scored as Oregon’s No. 5 runner at the NCAA West Regional meet. Took 60th in 21:41 (6,000 meters). Successful debut at the conference meet as she was the Ducks’ No. 5 scorer (32nd overall in 20:59/6,000 meters). Was the winner of the B section at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational. Covered the 6,000 meter course in 21:08.7 to win by nearly 14 seconds. Made Oregon debut at the Bill Dellinger Invitational, where she placed 16th in 17:09.85. Season Bests: 5,000 Meters - 16:38.01 (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/20/12). Prep: Finished second at the 2011 USA Junior Cross Country Championships to earn a spot on the squad that represented Team USA at the IAAF Junior World Cross Country Championships in Punta Umbria, Spain. Was a two-time Foot Locker nationals qualifier. Finished ninth as a senior in 2010 in 17:46 after placing 12th as a junior in 2009. Finished as the California state cross country champion in 2009 and was sixth as a senior in 2010. Garnered notice at the 2010 Nike Pre-Nationals in September by winning the 5,000 meter Jim Danner Championship in 17:42.84. Was also a four-time CIF San Diego Section cross country champion for Rancho Bernardo High School and holds the course record at Morley Field after posting 15:25 times in both the 2009 and 2010 section championships. On the track, as a senior at Rancho Bernardo High School, was the California state runner-up in the 3,200 meters in a personal-best 10:19.17. Won the 2011 CIF San Diego Section champion in the 3,200 meters to become a four-time sectional champion. Was the 3,200 meter state champion as a junior in 2010 and was the state runnerup at 3,200 meters in 2009. High School Bests: Outdoors - 1,600 Meters - 4:49.64, 2011; 3,200 Meters - 10:19.17, 2011. Personal: Major is sociology.

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Annie Leblanc 2013-14: Cross Country - Posted a 21:03.19 time in the 6,000 meters at Pre-Nationals in Terra Haute, Ind., and finished 53rd in her first race of the 2013 season…finished 25th at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships with a time of 22:31 guiding the Women of Oregon to a fourth-place finish…recorded her first top-20 finish of the season with a time of 20:04 at the NCAA West Regionals, good for 17th place on the 6,000-meter course…earned First-Team Pac-12 All-Academic accolades…took 66th at the NCAA Cross Country Championship with a time of 21:03.9 on the 6,000-meter course.

Sophomore Repentigny, Quebec Jean-Baptiste Meilleur School Middle Distance 2013 All-American Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:03.41, Toronto International Track and Field Games, Toronto, Ontario, 7/11/12 1,500 Meters - 4:15.92, Victoria International Track Classic, Victoria, B.C., 6/13/12 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – DMR, 8th, 11:02.15 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – 800, 5th, 2:08.27 2013 – 4x400, 10th, 3:42.59

2012-13: Outdoor – Finished seventh at the NCAA West Regional in the 800 with a season-best time of 2:06.20...ran a season-best in the 1,500 at the Mt. SAC Relays in 4:17.64…also took part in the 4x400 relay throughout the year and was part of the quad that finished fourth at the NCAA West regional… took fifth in the 800 at the Pac-12 Championships…Indoor – Picked up her first All-America honor as part of the distance medley relay which finished eighth at the NCAA Championships…part of winning teams in the DMR and the 4x400 at the UW Invitational…logged her fastest mile time of the season in 4:37.93 at the UW Final Qualifier…Cross Country - Debuted in the Dellinger Invitational, placing third with a time of 16:59 (5,000 meters). Helped the Ducks place second overall as a team. Ran in the PreNationals and placed 27th out of 265 runners, and recorded a 20:41 finish in the 6,000 meter event. This helped the team place second overall at the meet. At the Pac-12 Conference Championships, ran 20:42 (6,000 meters) and placed 17th overall in the conference. Was a key contributor to Oregon’s first place finish in the conference. Was part of the first place team at the NCAA West Regional, recording a race time of 20:15 (6,000 meters) and placing 24th individually. A member of Oregon’s national title team contributing a 20:31.6 (6,000 meter), 68th place individual finish at the NCAA Championships. Prep: Wrapped up distinguished junior career by running personal bests in the 800 and 1,500 meters as a senior in 2012. At the Toronto International Track and Field Games, lowered 800 meter best to 2:03.41. Similar performance at the Victoria International Track Classic in the 1,500, where she dropped her time to 4:15.92. As a junior in 2011, ranked 12th in the world among after running 2:03.55 in the 800 meters at the Harry Jerome meet in Burnaby, B.C. Went on to win her third straight Canadian junior 800 meter title in 2011 and was the silver medalist in the 800 meters (2:06.35) at the 2011 Pan Am Junior Championships in Miramar, Fla. Also ran the second leg of the Canadians’ runner-up 4x400 meter relay team (3:38.99). Was also a 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships qualifier and a 2009 World Youth competitor, both in the 800 meters. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:03.41, 2012; 1,500 Meters - 4:15.92, 2012. Personal: Major is human physiology. Is the daughter of Chantal Desrosiers, a sprinter who qualified for the 1980 Olympics in the 200 meters, but was unable to compete due to the Western boycott of the Moscow Games.

NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 66th, 21:03.9 2012 - 68th, 20:31.5 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 17th, 20:04 2012 - 24th, 20:15 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 25, 22:31 2012 - 17th, 20:42

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Abbey Leonardi 2013-14: Cross Country - Opened the season with a fourth-place finish in the three-mile race at the PSU Viking Classic with a time of 16:25.26 as Oregon swept Portland, Portland State and Oregon State. Finished in 17th in the 5,000 meters at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown with a time of 17:35 to help the green and yellow claim second. Posted a time of 17:23 at the Dellinger Invitational and finished in 15th (5,000 meters). Recorded a time of 21:04.97 in the 6,000 meters at Pre-Nationals and took 55th amongst 340 racers. Helped guide the Duck women to a fourth-place finish at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships with a time of 22:25 and placed 21st overall. Placed 31st at the NCAA West Regionals with a time of 20:22 and helped the Duck women take third overall. Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention selection. Finished the 6,000-meter race at the La Verne Gibson Cross Country Course in 21:35.6 at the NCAA Cross Country Championship.

Sophomore Kennebunkport, Maine Kennebunk High School Distance Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 9:47.64, New Balance Boston Twilight, Boston, Mass., 5/15/10 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 142, 21:35.6 2012 - 162nd, 21:12.2 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 31st, 20:22 2012 - 34th, 20:36 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 21st, 22:25 2012 - 24th, 21:03

2012-13: : Outdoor – Ran the 10,000 at the Pac-12 Championships where she finished 11th in a personalbest time of 37:37.51…also ran the 1,500, 3,000 and 5,000 during the season, making appearances in a total of seven meets…ran a personal-best in the 5,000 at the Stanford Invitational (17:07.07)…Indoor – Raced at the MPSF Championships and the UW Invitational…ran the 5,000 (17:32.55) and the 3,000 (9:54.45), respectively…Cross Country - Began freshman season with a 12th place finish at the Dellinger Invitational with a time of 17:13 (5,000 meters), and contributed to the team’s first place finish at the meet. Came in 52nd in the 6,000 meter race against 264 other competitors with a time of 21:05.8. Also helped the Ducks finish second overall as a team. Competed in the Pac-12 Conference Championships and placed 24th with an individual time of 21:03 (6,000 meters). Was a key member of the Oregon team helping the Ducks win the Pac-12 Conference. Ran the 6,000 meter race at the NCAA Division One West Regional in a time of 20:36, earning a 34th place finish and helping the Ducks take home first place at the meet. Ran at the NCAA Championships with a time of 21:12.2 (6,000 meters) and helped the Ducks secure the national title. Prep: Undefeated in state championship meets all four years at Kennebunk High School. Capped her senior year with wins at 1,600 and 3,200 meters. Began senior season by capturing her fourth consecutive Maine state A cross country title to earn her fourth straight girls Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year honors for Maine. Is the first female runner ever to win four straight cross country titles in Maine. Finished second for the third year in a row at the Foot Locker Northeast Regional and went on to take fourth at the Foot Locker nationals in San Diego in 17:35.3. On the track, won four state titles at 1,600 meters, three at 3,200 meters (2010, 2011, 2012) and one at 800 meters as a freshman in 2009. Hit 1,600 meter prep best of 4:51.57 as a sophomore in 2010. Timed her PRs in both the two miles (10:26.59) and 1,500 meters (4:36.71) at the 2010 New Balance Nationals. Also set prep PR in the 3,000 meters as a sophomore at the New Balance Boston Twilight (9:47.64). After winning the 1,600 and 3,200 state titles as a junior in 2011, went on to win the 3,200 at the New England Championships in a personal-best 10:19.09. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:36.71, 2010; 1,600 Meters - 4:51.57, 2010; Mile - 4:56.22, 2010; 3,000 Meters - 9:47.64, 2011; 3,200 Meters - 10:19.09, 2011. Personal: Major is psychology.

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Brittany Mann 2012-13: Redshirt season…set a personal best in the shot put at the U.S. Championships (484.75/14.75m…set a personal best in the hammer throw at the Oregon Twilight (164-4/50.08m).

Redshirt Freshman Beverly Hills, Mich. Detroit Country Day School Throws Personal Bests

Prep: Won a pair of state shot put and discus titles for Detroit Country Day School, as well as an indoor weight throw crown. As a senior in 2012, helped Detroit Country share the state title by winning the shot put (41-11) and discus (156-8). Best shot, 44-7, came earlier in the year in a dual meet with Inkster. Made big impact in the discus after the state meet at the Midwest Meet of Champions, winning with a prepbest throw of 165-2. That was the No. 5 discus throw nationally among high schoolers in 2012. Indoors in 2012 ranked third nationally in the weight throw with a best mark of 56-10 at the Michigan Indoor Track Series. Also impressed with a third-place showing at the New Balance Indoor Nationals with a toss of 558.5/16.98m. As a junior in 2011, won three state titles, two outdoor and one indoor. Won the Michigan state Division 2 title in both the shot put (41-0) and the discus (141-10) as her 20 points helped Detroit Country claim the team title. Ranked seventh nationally in the discus in 2011 with a best throw of 163-7. Indoors, captured the 2011 weight throw at the state meet with an effort of 47-8. Was the state runnerup in both events as a sophomore in 2010. In junior competitions, claimed 18 national gold medals in the throws dating back to third grade. High School Bests: Shot Put - 44-7, 2012; Discus - 165-2, 2012; Weight Throw - 56-10 (i). 2012. Personal: Major is biology. Father Steve Mann played football at Wyoming.

Shot Put – 48-4.75/14.75m, U.S. Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, 6/20/13 Discus - 165-2, Midwest Meet of Champions, Fort Wayne, Mich., 6/9/12

Weight Throw - 56-10 (i), Michigan Indoor Track Series, Meet 2 Allendale, Mich., 2/18/12

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Chizoba Okodogbe 2012-13: Outdoor – Two-event All-American with the 4x400 and 4x100 relays…finished fourth in both of those events while posting the third-fastest times in Oregon history…clocked a 43.73 in the 4x100 and a 3:28.24 in the 4x400…was also part of the 4x400 which recorded the second-fastest time in school history (3:26.73) at the Penn Relays…finished second in the 400 at the Pac-12 Championships with a career-best time of 52.22…time is fourth on the Oregon all-time list…was also a member of the winning 4x100 team… Indoor – Part of the national champion 4x400 team which helped seal the team championship and was part of the All-America distance medley relay team which finished eighth…won the 4x400 at the MPSF Championships and the UW Invitational…recorded a season best in the 60 at the UW Invitational in 7.67 seconds…Season Bests – 400 – 52.22, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13).

Senior Antioch, Calif. Deer Valley High School Sprints Two-Time NCAA Champion 12-Time All-American Two-Time Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 200 Meters - 23:89, Meet of Champions, Sacramento, Calif., 5/1/10 400 Meters - 52:22, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/12/13 60 Meters - 7.66 (i), UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash., 1/29/11 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 4th, 3:28.24 2013 – 4x100 Meters, 4th, 43.80 2012 - 400 Meters, s-6th, 53.38 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:24.54 2011 - 400 Meters, s-7th, 53.30 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:28.18 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – Distance Medley Relay, 8th, 11:02.15 2013 – 4x400,1st, 3:30.22 2012 - Distance Medley Relay, 2nd, 11:05.85 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 10th, 3:36.52 2011 - Distance Medley Relay, 2nd, 10:52.90 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 8th, 3:34.98 Pac-12 Track and FIeld Championships 2013 – 400 Meters, 2nd, 53.26 2013 – 4x400, 10th, 3:42.59 2013 – 4x100, 1st, 43.81 2012 - 400 Meters - 4th, 53.44 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay - 2nd, 3:32.59 2011 - 400 Meters, 3rd, 52.71 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:29.63 (Pac-10)

2011-12: NCAA Champion (4x400 meter relay) and a three time All-American on three different relays. Outdoors - Vital 400 meter runner both individually and on relays. Opened season at the Pepsi Team Invitational where she was third in the 400 (53.66). Won her opening round heat at the Pac-12 Championships in 53.72 to advance to the finals, where she placed fourth (53.44). Raced to a season-best 53.03 at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds to advance to the NCAA Championships for the second straight year. Finished year by running sixth in her semifinal heat at the NCAA Championships (53.38). Really impressed in the relays. In the 4x100 relay, ran on the team that won the Oregon Twilight in a time of 44.51, No. 7 in school history. In the 4x400, helped Oregon win the Pepsi Team Invitational (3:35.04) and place second in the Penn Relays (3:33.78) during the regular season. In the postseason, helped Oregon finish as the runner-up at the Pac-12 Championships in 3:32.59. Then at the NCAA West Regional, her squad timed a blistering 3:29.43, winning with the fourth fastest time in school history. At the NCAA Championships, handled the second leg on the team that won its semifinal heat in 3:29.46, setting the stage for the record-setting final. Again took the second leg in the final where Oregon won in 3:24.54, beating LSU by .05. The time also broke LSU’s 2004 NCAA meet record of 3:25.26, and cut nearly :04 off the previous school record. It was the second-fastest 4x400 relay ever run by a collegiate team. Indoors - Limited action saw her race in only three meets individually. But on the relays, was an All-American on both the 4x400 and distance medley squads. On the 4x400, ran the third leg at the MPSF Championships, where Oregon won in 3:33.70. That was the second fastest time in school history. Went on to run the third leg on Oregon’s fourth place 4x400 meter relay team at the NCAA Championships (3:36.52). With the distance medley relay team, ran the 400 leg on a pair of relays that were among the top three all-time at Oregon. Won the DMR at the Texas A&M Challenge in 10:56.31 (No. 3 all-time) and then came back to finish second at the MPSF Championships in 10:55.78 (No. 2 all-time). At the NCAA Championships had the 400 leg on the national runners-up that timed 11:05.85. Season Bests: Outdoors - 200 Meters - 24.28, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12); 400 Meters - 53.03, NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/25/12). Indoors - 200 Meters - 24.45 (PR), Don Kirby Elite Invitational, Albuquerque, N.M. (2/10/12). 2010-11: 1st team All-America (4x400 meter relay). 2nd team All-American (400 meters). Outdoors Posted big PR in the 400 meters (52.71) to finish third at the Pac-10 Championships. Time was the fourthfastest in school history. Also led off the 4x400 meter relay team that won in a meet record 3:29.63. At the NCAA West Preliminary meet, ran 54.38 in the opening round of the 400 meters to advance to the quarterfinals, where she timed 53.15 to advance to the NCAA Championships. Also helped Oregon advance in the 4x400 meter relay with the No. 2 time overall at the West meet, 3:33.63. Part of Oregon’s school-record performance in the 4x400 meter relay at the NCAA Championships. Ran the second leg in both the semifinals and finals. Oregon won its semifinal heat in 3:31.04 and then was third in the final in a school-record 3:28.18. Capped season by earning second team All-America honors in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championships. Finished seventh in her semifinal heat, but 16th overall in 53.30. Earlier in the year, took the 200 meters at the Oregon Twilight in 24.21. Won the 400 meters at the Oregon Relays in 54.04. That was the 10th fastest time in school history. Was also on the winning 4x400 meter team at the Oregon Relays (3:43.93). Runner-up in her 200 meter heat at the Oregon Relays (24.29). Ran season-best in the 200 (24.05) at the Mt. SAC Relays. At the Pepsi Team Invitational, was the runner-up in the 400 meters (54.85). Was also on the 4x400 meter relay team that ran a season-best 3:32.63 at Mt. SAC. That was the third-fastest in school history. Ran 24.42 for the open 200 meters at the Stanford Invitational and had the third leg on the 4x400 meter relay (3:42.35). Ran the second leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that set an Oregon Preview record in 3:44.85. Indoors - Scored on a pair of relay teams for the NCAA Champions. Helped Oregon break the school record in a runner-up finish in the distance medley relay (10:52.90). Ran the 400 meter leg. Also scored on the eighth-place 4x400 meter relay team (3:34.98). Had the lead leg on the second-fastest time in school history. Solid first meet as a Duck, running 7.70 in the prelims at the UW Indoor Preview before finishing sixth in the finals at 7.72. Also led off the all-freshman 4x400 meter relay team (3:41.02). Improved her time in the 60 to 7.66 at the UW Invitational, where she was third in the 200 meters at 24.43. Also ran the 400 leg on Oregon’s distance medley relay team that set the Dempsey Indoor

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WOMEN’S PROFILES Facility record in 11:02.15, as well as the winning 4x400 meter relay team (3:38.68). Stepped up to 200 meters and 400 meters at the Tyson Invitational, where she timed 24.61 at 200 and 55.52 at 400 meters. Also took a leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that ran the fourth-best time in school history (3:36.77). At the MPSF Championships, ran the second-fastest 400 meters in school history, 54.44, in a third-place finish. Also helped the Ducks claim the team title by running the second leg of the winning 4x400 meter relay. That team set a meet record in 3:35.44, which was the second-best time in school history. Season Bests: Outdoors - 200 Meters - 24.05, Mt. SAC Relays, Walnut, Calif. (4/15/11); 400 Meters - 52.71 (PR), Pac10 Championships, Tucson, Ariz. (5/14/11). Indoors - 60 Meters - 7.66 (PR), UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash. (1/29/11); 200 Meters - 24.43 (PR), UW Invitational, Seattle, Wash. (1/29/11); 400 Meters - 54.44 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/26/11). Prep: Ranked fourth nationally in the 400 meters (53.06). Was the California State runner-up at 400 meters for Deer Valley High School, finishing the final in 53.42. Set prep best in the quarter mile, 53.06, in a win at the NCS Meet of Champions. Set high school best in the 200 (23.89) at the Meet of Champions, where she won the 400 (53.23) and was the runner-up at 200. Had the 13th-fastest prep time nationally in the 400 meters last season, 53.74, in a third place finish at the California state championships. Was seventh in the 400 as a sophomore (55.91). Representing her native Nigeria, finished sixth in the 400 meters at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Sudtirol, Italy (56.01). Also competed in cross country for Deer Valley. High School Bests: 200 Meters - 23.89, 2010; 400 Meters - 53.06, 2010. Personal: Major is psychology.

Megan Patrignelli 2013-14: Cross Country - Led the Ducks to victories over Oregon State, Portland and Portland State at the PSU Viking Classic with a first-place finish and clocking in at 16:08.49 in the three mile race. Her first-place finish at the PSU Viking Classic was her first victory as a Duck. Crossed the finished line at 17:22, good for sixth, in the 5,000 meters at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown as the Women of Oregon took second. Recorded her second-consecutive sixth-place finish in the 5,000 meters at the Dellinger Invitational with a 16:57 mark. Was the first Duck to cross the finish line with a time of 20:56.22 at Pre-Nationals and finished in 25th-place as UO took fifth-place as a team (6,000 meters). Led the Women of Oregon to a fourth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships with a time of 22:18 (6,000 meters), good for 17th. Placed 33rd in 20:25 on the 6,000-meter course at the NCAA West Regionals. Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. Covered the 6,000-meter course at the NCAA Championships in 21:06.0, good for 70th.

Senior Monroe, N.Y. Monroe-Woodbury High School Middle Distance Two-Time All-American

2012-13: Outdoor – Second Team All-American in the steeplechase with a 13th-place finish at the NCAA Championships. Matched her time at the NCAA West regionals coming in at 10:09.83. Finished fourth at the Stanford Invitational with a personal-best time of 4:21.75. Indoor – Competed at three meets for Oregon and finished third in the mile at the MPSF Championships. Cross Country - Placed fifth at the Park Pier Invitational with a time of 17:13.5 (5,000 meters). Contributed to the team’s first place finish at the Dellinger Invitational with an individual tenth place finish of 17:10 (5,000 meters). Finished 62nd at Pre-Nationals. Recorded a time of 20:57.9 at the meet. Finished regular season with a 30th place finish at the Pac-12 Championships with a time of 21:13 (6,000 meters). Earned Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention.

Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 4:23.08, Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore., 5/12/11 Mile - 4:41.33, Penn Relays, Philadelphia, Pa., 4/28/12 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 70th, 21:06.0 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 33rd, 20:25 NCAA Track and Field Championships 2013 – Steeplechase, 13th, 10:09.83 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – Steeplechase, 5th, 10:14.41 2013 – 4x400, 10th, 3:42.59 2012 - 1,500 Meters, 10th, 4:27.78 2011 - 1,500 Meters, 6th, 4:28.22 (Pac-10)

2011-12: Outdoors - Pac-12 qualifier in the 1,500 meters. Was third in the 1,500 at the Pepsi Team Invitational (4:23.61). Ran the mile at the Penn Relays, where she recorded the third-fastest time in school history, 4:41.33. Set a 1,500 meter personal best (4:23.08) in the Pac-12 semifinals to advance to the finals where she was 10th (4:27.78). Finished with second straight NCAA West Preliminary meet appearance in the 1,500. Indoors - Ran the mile three times, including a win in her section of the Husky Classic (4:43.38) and a fifthplace finish at the MPSF Championships (4:43.43). Pac-12 all-academic second team. Cross Country - Earned first appearance at the Pac-12 championships to highlight her first cross country season. The Ducks’ No. 5 runner (eighth overall) to help Oregon win the Bill Dellinger Invitational (16:57.60/5,000 meters). Made cross country debut in the season-opening dual with Gonzaga, where she finished fifth (17:00.6/5,000 meters). Pac-12 all-academic second team. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 2:14.02, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12); 1,500 Meters - 4:23.08 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Eugene, Ore. (5/12/12); Mile - 4:41.33 (PR), Penn Relays, Philadelphia, Pa. (4/28/12). Indoors - Mile - 4:43.38 (PR), Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/10/11). 2010-11: Outdoors - Ran a personal-best 4:25.60 in the 1,500 meters at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. One of the surprises of the Pac-10 meet, where she placed sixth in the 1,500 meters in 4:28.22. Ran unattached in the 800 at the Oregon Preview. Also ran the 800 at the Pepsi Team Invitational (2:14.65). Was third in the 1,500 meters at the Oregon Relays in 4:26.91. Following the college season, qualified for the final of the USA Junior Championships in the 1,500 meters. Ran 4:26.95 in the semifinal to advance to the finals, where she was 12th. Indoors - Opened season with a run at 600 meters at the UW Indoor Invitational.

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WOMEN’S PROFILES Moved up to the 800 meters at the UW Invitational and the Husky Classic (2:12.7). Wrapped season with a best of 2:11.37 in the 800 meters at the MPSF Championships. Cross Country - Redshirt season. Competed unattached at the Bill Dellinger Invitational. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 2:14.65, Pepsi Team Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (4/9/11); 1,500 Meters - 4:25.60 (PR), NCAA West Preliminary Meet, Eugene, Ore. (5/26/11). Indoors - 800 Meters - 2:11.37 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/26/11). Prep: Captured the 2009 New York state 1,500 meter championship for Monroe-Woodbury in a prep-best 4:25.65. She had the No. 4 time nationally in the mile, 4:46.91 (converted from 1,600 meters), and the No. 23 time in the 800, 2:09.26, as a junior. As a senior, placed second in the 800 and third in the 1,500 at the Section IX Class A & D Championships. Was a 2009 NSIC All-American in the 800 meters and the distance medley relay, and also a Nike Outdoor All-American at 800 meters (sixth) and the sprint medley relay. The former soccer player participated in her first cross country season as a senior in 2009 and recorded an impressive top-10 finish at the New York state meet. Indoors as a senior, took second in the 1,000 meters at the OCIAA Indoor Track Championships in 2:58.14 and helped Monroe-Woodbury win the 4x800 meters relay (9:36.71). High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:09.26, 2009; 1,000 Meters - 2:58.14, 2010; 1,500 Meters - 4:25.65, 2009. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Sarah Penney 2013-14: Cross Country - Clocked in at 18:13 in the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown (5,000 meters) race to kick open the 2013 season. Came in at 17:34 in the 5,000 meters at the Bill Dellinger Invitational for 18th and helped guide UO to a second-place finish. Posted a 21:32.19 mark at Pre-Nationals in the 6,000 meters. Ran at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Colo.

Redshirt Senior Paradise Valley, Ariz. Xavier College Prep Distance Personal Bests Mile - 4:48.11 (i), Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas, 1/30/10 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 105th, 20:50.3 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 22nd, 20:13 2011 - DNF Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 19th, 20:47 2011 - 34th, 21:02

2012-13: Outdoor – Competed in three meets for the Ducks, moving down to a middle distance role…ran a season-best 4:21.72 in the 1,500 at the Stanford Invitational…Indoor – Took part in the UW Invitational and the MPSF Championships…finished fourth at the MPSF Championships in the mile…Cross Country - Finished fifth at the Park Pier Invitational with a time of 17:13.7 (5,000 meters). Earned fifth place in the Dellinger Invitational by recording a 17:02 time in the 5,000 meters. Helped the Ducks win the meet . At the Pre-Nationals, ran 6,000 meters in 20:48,1 leading to a 35th place finish out of 265 runners. Was a key factor in the team’s second place finish at the meet. Finished the regular season on a high note by placing 19th individually with a time of 20:47 (6,000 meters) and helping the Ducks take home the title of conference champions. Key contributor to the Ducks’ first place finish at the NCAA West Regional with an individual 22nd place finish in a time of 20:13 (6,000 meters). Part of the Ducks’ first place finish at the NCAA West Regional with an individual 22nd place finish in a time of 20:13 (6,000 meters). Finished 105th overall at the NCAA Championships and helped the Ducks win the national title with a time of 20:50.7 (6,000 meters). 2011-12: Injuries limited her to one appearance during the indoor and outdoor track seasons. Ran the 3,000 meters at the Oregon Preview. Cross Country - Top-35 finish in Pac-12 debut as Oregon’s No. 6 runner. Took 34th in 21:02 (6,000 meters). Was the Ducks’ No. 3 runner (74th overall) at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational to help the team finish eighth (21:06.7/6,000 meters). Led Oregon’s win at the Bill Dellinger Invitational with a third-place individual finish in 16:46.97 (5,000 meters). Placed third at the season-opening dual with Gonzaga (16:45.8/5,000 meters). Also made first NCAA West Regional appearance. 2010-11: Outdoors - Ran the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational (16:41.57). Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - Runner-up at the season-opening John Frank Memorial in 16:01.6 (4,500 meters). 2009-10: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Indoors - Opened season with a solid runner-up finish in the mile at the UW Indoor Preview (4:50.10). Improved that to 4:48.11 in a fourth-place finish at the Texas A&M Challenge. Cross Country - Made Oregon debut at the Pre’s Trail Pre-View, finishing as the team’s No. 5 runner and 10th overall. Took fifth overall at the Mike Hodges Invitational. Also ran at the Bill Dellinger Invitational. Season Bests: Indoors - Mile - 4:48.11 (PR), Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas (1/30/10). Prep: Had the state’s top time in the 800 meters as both a junior and a senior for Xavier College Prep. Scored in three events at the Arizona state championships as a senior to help Xavier to a second-place finish. Was second in the 1,600 meters (5:12.52), sixth in the 800 meters (2:20.34) and seventh in the 3,200 meters (11:25.63). Helped Xavier win the 2008 state cross country championship with a runner-up finish. As a junior at the 2008 Arizona championships, placed second in both the 800 meters (2:14.75) and the 1,600 meters (4:50.72), helping Xavier to a second place team finish. Also recorded the fastest time in the state at 800 meters, 2:14.20, which was the winning mark in the Arizona Meet of Champions. Ranked 20th nationally in the mile in 2008 at 4:52.41. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:11.63, 2007; 1,600 Meters - 4:50.72, 2008; Mile - 4:52.41, 2008; 3,200 Meters - 10:39.70, 2007. Personal: Major is psychology.

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Jenna Prandini

Redshirt Sophomore Clovis, Calif. Clovis High School Sprints Four-Time All-American Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 60 Meters – 7.29, NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark., (3/9/13) 100 Meters – 11.31, Mt. Sac Relays, Walnut, Calif., (4/20/13) 200 Meters – 23.15, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13) Long Jump - 20-7.75w (legal - 20-4.25), California State Championships, Clovis, Calif., 6/4/10 Triple Jump - 42-7.25w (legal - 41-9.25), California State Championships, Clovis, Calif., 6/5/10

2012-13: Outdoor – Three-event All-American with a seventh-place finish in the finals of the NCAA Championships in the 100 (11.43)…led off the 4x400 which finished fourth and tallied the third-fastest time in Oregon history during its preliminary run (3:28.15)…part of the 4x100 relay team which also took fourth and also recorded the third-fastest time in Oregon history (43.73)…Pac-12 Champion in the 100 and 4x100 while taking third in the 200 and fifth in the long jump…set a personal best in the 200 at the conference championships with a time of 23.15 which is the fifth-fastest mark in school history…set a PR in the 100 at the Mt. Sac Relays at 11.31 which ranks third at Oregon…top mark in the long jump was a distance of 20-2.25/6.15m and made it on to the Oregon record book with the 10th longest jump… won the long jump at the Oregon Pepsi Invitational…Indoor – All-American with a fifth-place finish in the 60…ran a 7.29 in the prelims which is the third-best time in school history…runner-up at the MPSF Championships in the 60…won the 60 at the Blue and Orange Opener…Season Bests – 60 – 7.29, NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark., (3/9/13); 100 – 11.31, Mt. Sac Relays, Walnut, Calif., (4/20/13); 200 – 23.15, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13), Long Jump – 20-2.25/6.15m, Pac-12 Championships. Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13). 2011-12: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Appeared in the Oregon Preview prior to her injury and ran the third leg of the 4x100 meter relay squad that won in the fifth fastest time in school history (44.29). Also made a brief appearance the USC Invitational, where she was first in her section of the 200 meters (24.07). Indoors - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors - 200 Meters - 24.07, USC Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif. (3/23/12). Prep: The 2011 USATF Junior national champion in the long jump. Remarkable senior year for Clovis High School included the USATF national title, three California state crowns (100, 200, long jump) and an appearance at the Pan Am Junior Championships. At the state meet, captured the 100 in 11.69, the 200 in 23.81 and the long jump with a mark of 19-11.75. Followed that by winning the long jump at the USATF Junior Championships (20-5.75w) and placing fifth in both the 100 (11.51) and 200 (23.75). Ran an all-conditions prep best 23.51w 200 in the preliminaries. Capped season by representing Team USA at the Pan American Junior Championships, where she was fourth in both the 100 (11.56) and the long jump (19-4). Wind-legal long jump mark of 20-4.25 led the nation in 2011, while she ranked eighth in the 100 (11.51) and ninth in the 200 (23.75). As a junior in 2010, ranked third nationally in the 100 meters (11.34) and triple jump (42-7.25). Swept the California state long jump and triple jump titles as a junior. Went a prep-best 42-7.25 to take the triple jump and 20-5.75 in winning the long jump. Prep-best in the long jump, 20-7.75, came during the state preliminary rounds. Was also the 2010 state runner-up at 100 meters in 11.42. Ran a personal-best 11.34 in the preliminaries. High School Bests: 100 Meters - 11.34, 2010; 200 Meters - 23.51w, 2011; Long Jump - 20-7.75w, 2010; Triple Jump 42-7.25, 2010. Personal: Major is psychology.

NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 100 Meters, 7th, 11.43 2013 – 4x400, 4th, 3:28.24 2013 – 4x100, 4th, 43.80 NCAA Indoor Track and FIeld Championships 2013 – 60 Meters, 5th, 7.38 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – 100 Meters, 1st, 11.46 2013 – 200 Meters, 3rd, 23.15 2013 – 4x100, 1st, 43.81 2013 – Long Jump, 5th, 20-2.25/6.15m

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Laura Roesler 2012-13: Outdoor – Added two more all-America honors to her resume with a runner-up finish in the 800 and a fourth-place finish in the 4x400 meter relay…set a personal record by more than a second in the 800 at the event with a time of 2:00.98 at the meet which she would later break at the U.S. Championships while placing fifth (2:00.23)...part of the 4x400 teams which set the second-best time in school history at the Penn Relays (3:26.73) and the third-fastest time at the NCAA Championships (3:28.15)…Pac-12 Champion in the 800…also won the 800 at the Mt. Sac Relays and the Oregon Pepsi Invitational…Indoor – NCAA Champion in the 4x400 while setting the indoor school record at 3:30.22…All-American in the 800 with a runner-up finish…won the 4x400 at the Pac-12 Championships and UW Invitational…also won the 800 at the UW Invitational…Season Bests – 800 – 2:00.23, U.S. Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, (6/23/13).

Senior Fargo, N.D. South Fargo High School Middle Distance Two-Time NCAA Champion 13-Time All-American Three-Time Pac-12 Champion Personal Bests 400 Meters - 53.25, North Dakota State Meet, Bismarck, N.D., 5/29/10 800 Meters - 2:00.23, U.S. Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, 6/23/13 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 800 Meters, 2nd, 2:00.98 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 4th, 3:28.24 2012 - 800 Meters, 4th, 2:02.96 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:24.54 2011 - 800 Meters, s-4th, 2:05.29 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 3rd, 3:28.18 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships 2013 – 800 Meters, 2nd, 2:02.32 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 1st, 3:30.22 2012 - 800 Meters, s-8th, 2:10.62 2012 - Distance Medley Relay, 2nd, 11:05.85 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 10th, 3:36.52 2011 - 800 Meters, 11th, 2:07.16 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 8th, 3:34.98 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – 800 Meters, 1st, 2:06.51 2013 – 4x400 Meters, 10th, 3:42.59 2012 - 800 Meters, 1st, 2:05.13 2012 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 2nd, 3:32.59 2011 - 800 Meters, 3rd, 2:04.24 (Pac-10) 2011 - 4x400 Meter Relay, 1st, 3:29.63 (Pac-10)

2011-12: NCAA champion (4x400 meter relay). Pac-12 champion (800 meters). 5-time All-American (indoor and outdoor 800 meters; indoor and outdoor 4x400 meter relay; distance medley relay). Outdoors - Versatile runner was the Pac-12 champion at 800 meters and the NCAA champion on the 4x400 meter relay. Opened season with a runner-up finish in the 800 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational (2:05.83). Won a tactical race at the Pac-12 Championships for her first league title (2:05.13). At the NCAA Championships, ran a personal best of 2:02.09 in the semifinals (No. 5 on the UO career list) before taking fourth in the finals in 2:02.96. In the relays, helped Oregon win the 4x400 at the Penn Relays in 3:33.78. Anchored the runnerup 4x400 meter relay squad at the Pac-12 Championships (3:32.59). Most impressive run of the season was her third leg at the NCAA Championships where the Ducks won in a meet record 3:24.54, the secondfastest time in collegiate history. After the season, was an Olympic Trials semifinalist in the 800 meters. Ran 2:03.11 in the preliminaries to move on to the semifinals, where she was fourth in her heat in 2:03.35, just missing a spot in the finals. Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Indoors - Key relay scorer for the three-time NCAA champions. Took the 800 meter leg on Oregon’s runner-up distance medley relay squad (11:05.85) and the second leg on the fourth-place 400 meter relay (3:36.52). Also qualified for the NCAA meet individually for the 800 meters. During the regular season, was the second leg for the winning 4x400 meter relay team at the MPSF Championships in 3:33.70 (No. 2 in UO history). Ran a season-best 2:05.13 800 meters at the MPSF Championships. Cross Country - Appeared in one race and was Oregon’s No. 3 runner at the Beaver Classic. Season Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 2:02.09 (PR), NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, (6/6/12). Indoors - 800 Meters - 2:05.13, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., (2/25/12). 2010-11: All-America 1st team (4x400 meter relay). All-America 2nd team (800 meters). Outdoors Anchored Oregon’s impressive school record in the 4x400 meter relay at the NCAA Championships. Squad won its semifinal heat in 3:31.04 to advance to the final, where it set the school record of 3:28.18 in a thirdplace finish. Also made her first NCAA appearance in the 800 meters. Was fourth in her semifinal in 2:05.29, but was 10th overall to earn 2nd team All-America honors. Impressive 800 meter times at the NCAA West Preliminary meet advanced her to the NCAA Championships. In the opening round, went 2:07.79 to win her heat before running an Oregon-best 2:03.12 in the quarterfinal. That was the seventh-fastest time in school history. Just as impressive was her performance in the 4x400 meters, where she anchored the Ducks to the second-fastest time at the West meet (3:33.63) to advance to the NCAA Championships. Anchored Oregon’s winning 4x400 meter relay team that clinched the Pac-10 title in a meet record 3:29.63. Was also third in the 800 meters in a season-best 2:04.24. Was the runner-up and top collegian in an impressive 800 field at the Oregon Twilight (2:05.66). Timed 2:05.05 in the 800 meters at the Mt. SAC Relays. That was the ninth-fastest time in school history. Also helped the 4x400 meter relay win in the third-fastest time in school history (3:32.63). Won the 800 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational in 2:06.66, clipping teammate Anne Kesselring by .01. Also anchored the winning 4x400 meter relay (3:36.87). Ran the open 400 at the Stanford Invitational in 54.63 and took the second leg of the 4x400 meter relay team (3:42.35). Took the third leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that set an Oregon Preview record in 3:44.85. Also ran the 1,500 meters. After the college season, advanced to the semifinals of the 800 meters at the USA Championships. Went 2:04.54 in the preliminaries to advance to the semifinals. Indoors - Scored for the 2011 NCAA Champions by anchoring the eighth-place 4x400 meter relay team (3:34.98). Also took 11th in the 800 meters in 2:07.16. Played an important role in Oregon’s MPSF team championship by running the third leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that set a meet record in 3:35.44 (second fastest in school history). Also took third in the 800 meters in an indoor personal-best 2:04.93, the fourth-fastest time in school history. Ran 2:06.64 in a fourth-place 800 meter finish at the Tyson Invitational. Also took a leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that ran the fourth-best time in school history (3:36.77) at that meet. Was fourth in her heat of the 800 meters at the UW Invitational in 2:07.10. Also took the 800 leg on Oregon’s winning distance medley relay team that set the Dempsey Indoor Facility record in 11:02.15. Was on the winning 4x400 relay team at the UW Invitational (3:38.68) as well. Ran the third-fastest 600 in school history (1:29.80) at the UW Indoor Preview in her Oregon debut. Also ran the anchor leg on the all-freshman 4x400 meter relay team (3:41.02). Cross Country - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors - 400 Meters - 54.63, Stanford

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WOMEN’S PROFILES Invitational, Stanford, Calif. (3/25/11); 800 Meters - 2:03.12, NCAA West Preliminary Meet, Eugene, Ore., (5/27/11). Indoors - 800 Meters - 2:04.93 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., (2/26/11). Prep: An Olympic Trials semifinalist (800 meters), IAAF World Junior Championships semifinalist (800) and 22-time North Dakota state champion. Dominated the North Dakota prep running scene for Fargo South High School. Won six straight state titles at 400 meters, five straight at 200 and 800 meters, four at 100 meters and also claimed a pair of cross country titles. As a senior, captured state crowns at 200 (24.90), 400 (53.25) and 800 (2:17.64) meters and was second in the 100 (12.38). The 400 mark was a meet record and the seventh-fastest among high schoolers in 2010. Went on to compete in the 800 meters at the USA Junior Track & Field Championships, where she was the runner-up in 2:05.80. Wrapped prep career at the 2010 IAAF World Championships, where she ran a season-best 2:04.34 in the semifinals, missing the final by .01. That was the No. 2 U.S. high school 800 time in the nation in 2010. From 2006 to 2009 won four straight North Dakota state titles at four different distances: 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters and 800 meters. Was also the North Dakota cross country champion as a freshman and sophomore. Following her sophomore season, qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials, where she ran 2:04.03 in the preliminary round to qualify for the semifinals. Her personal best in the 800, 2:03.08, came a few weeks earlier at the Jim Bush Invitational in Los Angeles. Was the 2009 Nike Indoor National Champion at 800 meters despite the cancellation of North Dakota indoor track season due to extreme flooding in Fargo. Placed second in the 800 at the 2009 Junior USA Track & Field Championships in Eugene (2:07.41). High School Bests: 100 Meters - 11.90, 2008; 200 Meters - 24.01, 2010; 400 Meters - 53.25, 2010; 800 Meters - 2:03.08, 2008. Personal: Major is psychology. Last name is pronounced RACE-ler.

Chancey Summers 2012-13: Outdoor – Scored at the Pac-12 Championships in the high jump where she took fifth, clearing 5-8.75/1.75m…won the high jump at the Oregon Preview and finished second at the Oregon Twilight, Oregon State High Performance Meet and the Oregon Relays...Indoor – Competed in five meets for the Ducks and won the high jump at the UW Husky Classic and the UW Invitational…jumped a seasonbest 5-11.25/1.81m at the MPSF Championships…Season Bests – high jump – 5-11.25 (i), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., (2/23/13).

Junior Eagle Creek, Ore. Estacada High School Jumps Personal Bests High Jump - 6-0/1.83m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., 4/21/12 Pac-12 Track Championships 2013 – High Jump, 5th, 5-8.75/1.75m 2012 - High Jump, t4th, 5-8.5/1.74m

2011-12: Outdoors - Won three high jump competitions and was second in another in addition to scoring at the Pac-12 meet, and qualifying for the U.S. Olympic Trials. Won the high jump at the USC Invitational (5-10.5/1.79m) and Pepsi Invitational (5-9.25/1.76m) before hitting a personal best of 6-0/1.83m in a win at the Oregon Relays. Became just the fourth Duck to clear 6-0. Tied for fourth at the Pac-12 Championships at 5-8.5/1.74m. Concluded college season at the NCAA West Preliminary meet prior to competing at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Indoors - Three high jump competitions highlighted by a win at 5-8.5/1.74m at the Texas A&M Challenge. That was tied for the fourth-best clearance indoors at Oregon. Season Bests: Outdoors - High Jump - 6-0/1.83m (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12). Indoors - 5-8.5/1.74m (PR), Texas A&M Challenge, College Station, Texas (1/28/12). Prep: A rare four-time 4A state high jump champion for Estacada High School. Won first high jump title as a freshman in 2008 (5-5). Followed that with wins as a sophomore in 2009 (5-4) and a junior in 2010 (5-7) before matching her personal best clearance at 5-10 to claim her fourth straight title in 2011. Also won the state long jump (17-8.5) and triple jump (36-7.5) title as a senior to help Estacada finish third in the state. First cleared 5-10 versus Gladstone before equalling that height at the state meet. That mark was tied for seventh nationally among high schoolers in 2011. After the prep season, competed in the high jump at the USATF Junior Championships. High School Bests: High Jump - 5-10, 2011. Personal: Major is psychology.

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Jasmine Todd 2012-13: Redshirt season…competed unattached during the outdoor season in the 100, 200 and long jump.

Redshirt Freshman Chandler, Ariz. Chandler High School Jumps

Prep: Claimed seven individual titles as Chandler High School swept four straight team crowns during her prep career. Won three straight triple jump titles (2009, 2010, 2011) and two straight long jump crowns (2010, 2011). Also claimed 100 meter titles as a freshman in 2009 and a sophomore in 2010. As a senior prior to her injury, recorded a prep-best 20-1.5 in the long jump, which ranked eighth nationally among high schoolers. Also posted a best time of 7.42 seconds in the indoor 60 meters. Set the Arizona record in the triple jump with a leap of 41-5 as a junior in 2011. That was the No. 5 prep triple jump nationally in 2011. Also ranked 10th nationally in the long jump with a leap of 18-10.75. Was a member of Chandler’s state champion 4x100 relay team as a junior as well. As a sophomore in 2010, won the Arizona state long jump title with a personal best leap of 19-11. That was the eighth-best mark nationally among high schoolers in 2010. High School Bests: 100 Meters - 11.64w, 2011; Long Jump - 20-1.5, 2012; Triple Jump - 41-5, 2011; 60 Meters - 7.42 (i), 2012. Personal: Major is psychology. Both parents (Larry and Kim) ran track in college.

Personal Bests 100 Meters - 11.64w, Long Jump - 20-1.5, Triple Jump - 41-5, 60 Meters - 7.42 (i),

Jillian Weir 2012-13: Outdoor – Placed 17th at the NCAA Championship in the hammer throw with a distance of 196-10/60.01…took fourth at the Pac-12 Championships in the hammer throw with a personal best of 212-3/64.70m…won the event at the Oregon Pepsi Invitational…set a PR in the discus at the Oregon relays with a toss of 150-9/45.94m…Indoor – Won the weight throw at the Blue and Orange Opener… placed second in the weight throw at the MPSF Championships with a career-best 67-6.25/20.58m… Season Bests – hammer throw – 212-3/64.70m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., (5/12/13); discus – 150-9/45.94m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., (4/20/13); shot put – 46-4/14.12m, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, (3/30/13); weight throw – 67-6.25/20.58m, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., (2/23/13).

Redshirt Junior Sunnyvale, Calif. Homestead High School Throws Personal Bests Hammer Throw – 212-3/64.70m, Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif., 5/12/13 Discus – 150-9/45.94m, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., 4/20/13 Weight Throw – 67-6.25/20.58m, MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash., 2/23/13

2011-12: Outdoors - Redshirt season. Competed unattached in two meets. Set a seasonal best in the shot put of 49-11/14.30m in a runner-up finish at the Oregon Twilight. At the Oregon Relays, had a seasonal mark in the discus, 152-3/46.40m, and another in the hammer, 160-9/49.01m. Indoors - Redshirt season. Threw a career best at the Last Chance Trial in the shot put. Season Bests: Outdoors - Shot Put – 4710/14.58m (PR), Last Chance Trial, Portland, Ore. (6/6/12); Discus - 152-3/46.40m (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/20/12); Hammer - 160-9/49.01 (PR), Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12). Before Oregon: A Big West Conference scorer in the shot put as a freshman for Long Beach State in 2011. Placed third at the league meet with a season-best toss of 46-9/14.25m. Also had top-five finishes in the shot put at the UCSD Triton Invitational, Big West Challenge and Ben Brown Invitational. Also threw the discus and the hammer for the 49ers. LBSU Bests: Shot Put - 46-9/24.25m, 2011; Discus - 144-2, 2011; Hammer - 150-8, 2011. Prep: Two-time Central Coast Section champion in the discus at Homestead High School. Was also a runner-up in the shot put as a senior. Finished her senior season (2010) season ranked fourth in California with a prep-best 151-11 in the discus. Placed fifth in the discus at the state meet. Also held a No. 11 ranking in the shot put (43-8). In addition to track and field, lettered in water polo and basketball. High School Bests: Shot Put - 43-8, 2011; Discus - 151-11, 2011. Personal: Major is social sciences. Father Robert Weir is a three-time Olympian for Great Britain.

NCAA Outdoor Track and Fiefld Championships 2013 – Hammer Throw, 17th, 196-10/60.01 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2013 – Hammer Throw, 4th, 212-3/64.70m 2013 – Shot Put, 18th, 41-4.25/12.60m 2013 – Discus, 15th, 132-8/40.44m

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Allie Woodward 2012-13: Cross Country - Pac-12 Co-Freshman of the Year. Competed in two meets during the regular season. Placed 18th overall at the Pre-Nationals with a time of 20:24.6 (6,000 meters) and contributed to the team finish of second place. Recorded a time of 20:16 (6,000 meters) in the Pac-12 Conference Championships, securing a fifth place finish. Was a key factor in helping the Ducks take home the conference championship title. Placed seventh in the NCAA West Regional and helped Oregon win the meet with an individual time of 19:52 (6,000 meters). A key contributor to the Duck’s national title win at the NCAA Championships with a time of 20:19.5 (6,000 meters) and a 44th place finish individually. Named an honorable mention for the Pac-12 all-academic team. Outdoor/Indoor – Did not compete.

Redshirt Sophomore Green Bay, Wis. Notre Dame Academy Distance Two-Time All-American Personal Bests 5,000 Meters - 16:08.29, IAAF World Junior Championships, Barcelona, Spain, 7/11/12 10,000 Meters - 32:56.94, NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa, 6/7/12 3,000 Meters - 9:31.83, Pan American Junior Championships, Miramar, Fla., 7/22/11 NCAA Outdoor Track and FIeld Championships 2012 - 10,000 Meters, 6th, 32:56.94 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 13th, 16:43.92 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2012 - 44th, 20:19.5 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2012 - 7th, 19:52 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships 2012 - 10,000 Meters, 3rd, 34:37.37 2012 - 5,000 Meters, 6th, 16:24.10

2011-12: Outdoors - U.S. Junior champion, 5,000 meters. Two-time all-American (5,000 meters, 10,000 meters). Brilliant final month of the season where she was a key to Oregon’s fourth straight Pac-12 title and NCAA national runner-up finish. After redshirting the cross country and indoor seasons, opened up in the 3,000 meters at the Oregon Preview (9:41.62). Took third in the 5,000 meters at the Pepsi Team Invitational (16:30.59). Raced in the 1,500 meters at the Oregon Relays where she was the runner-up in her section in 4:33.52. Began impressive postseason run at the Pac-12 Championships, where she was third in the 10,000 meters (34:37.37) and sixth at 5,000 meters (16:24.10) for the four-time champions. Continued strong running at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds where she advanced in both the 5,000 (16:17.38) and the 10,000 (33:51.70). Then earned the first two all-America certificates of her career at the NCAA Championships. Ran the fastest 10,000 meters by a Duck in 28 years when she finished sixth in 32:56.94. That was also the No. 2 time in school history. Came back to take 13th in the 5,000 (16:43.92). After the college season, Set a pair of PRs at 5,000 meters. Won the USA Junior title at 5K in 16:15.27 and then lowered her time to 16:08.29 in an eighth-place finish at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Indoors - Redshirt season. Cross Country - Redshirt season. Season Bests: Outdoors 1,500 Meters - 4:33.52, Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore. (4/21/12); 5,000 Meters - 16:09.29 (PR), IAAF World Junior Championships, Barcelona, Spain (7/11/12); 10,000 Meters - 32:56.94, NCAA Championships, Des Moines, Iowa (6/7/12). Prep: Ran a big PR to capture the 2011 Wisconsin state title in the 3,200 meters as a senior (10:11.48) for Notre Dame Academy. Also had a PR as the state runner-up at 1,600 meters (4:54.25). Ranked third nationally in the 3,200 meters. Qualified for the 2011 USA Track & Field Junior Championships, where she was third in the 3,000 meters (9:33.11). Went on to represent Team USA at the Pan American Junior Championships and was the runner-up at 3,000 meters in a personal-best 9:31.83. Earlier her senior season, finished sixth at the Foot Locker national cross country championships (17.37.0) and 14th at the Nike Cross Nationals. Was the 2010 Nike Cross Nationals Midwest Regional champion in 17:18.61 (5,000 meters), before moving on to the national race. During the 2010 fall high school season, which was her only year of cross country, set the Wisconsin Division 2 course record by running 13:59 for 4,000 meters to win the state 2A title. Also captured the 2010 Ray Griak Invitational crown. On the track, was a twotime Wisconsin state champion as a junior in 2010, winning both the 1,600 and 3,200 meter crowns to lead Notre Dame Academy to the state title. High School Bests: 1,600 Meters - 4:54.25, 2011; 3,000 Meters - 9:31.83, 2011; 3,200 Meters - 10:11.48, 2011. Personal: Major is journalism. Full name is Allison, but prefers to go by Allie.

Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2012 - 5th, 20:16

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Frida Berge Freshman Olve, Norway Framnes Christian Distance

Prep: Comes to Oregon as the 2011 and 2012 Norwegian Champion in the 1,500…also completed a sweep of the 1,500 and the 800 at the 2012 Norwegian Junior Championships…specialized in the 1,500 where she competed at the IAAF World Youth Championships in 2011, IAAF World Junior Championships in 2012, and the European Championships in 2013…Prep Bests – 800 – 2:11.21; 1,500 – 4:18.66; 3,000 – 9:36.77.

Personal Bests 800 – 2:11.21 1,500 – 4:18.66 3,000 – 9:36.77

Tristan Bevans Prep: Took seventh in the New York state indoor meet as a senior competing for Smithtown East High School…set a personal best jump of 37-8.50 at that meet…competed at the outdoor state championships as a senior, finishing 17th in the 100 hurdles…prep bests: triple jump - 37-850; long jump – 17-3.75; 100 hurdles – 15.63.

Freshman Nesconset, N.Y. Smithtown East High School Jumps

Personal: Major is human physiology.

Personal Bests Triple jump - 37-850 Long jump – 17-3.75 100 Meter hurdles – 15.63

Christian Brennan Freshman Hamilton, Ontario Saint Mary’s Catholic Sprints

Prep: Brennan was the silver medalist for Canada at the 2011 World Youth Championships in both the 200 and 400 meters…was at the 2011 World meet where she set the Canadian youth record in the 400 meters (52.12)…her Canadian junior record in the 200 meters (23.43) came at the 2011 Canadian Youth Championship, where she won both the 200 and 400 meters…won the bronze medal in the 400 meters in 52.49 at the 2011 Canadian senior national championship against a field of collegians and professionals at the age of 15… won three consecutive Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) 400 meter titles for Saint Mary’s and added 100 and 200 meter provincial titles in 2010 and 2011…prep bests: 100 – 11.77; 200 – 23.43; 400 – 52.12. Personal: Major is general social sciences.

Personal Bests 100 Meters – 11.77 200 Meters – 23.43 400 Meters – 52.12

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Alli Cash Freshman Laxexa, Kan. Shawnee Mission West High School Middle Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 4:21.95, Mile - 4:39.98,

Prep: The nine-time state distance champion for Shawnee Mission West High School broke a 32 year-old Kansas state high school record in the 1,600 meters, 4:52.31, at the 2012 state meet where she won four gold medals. She also claimed individual titles in the 800 and 3,200 meters as well as the 3,200 meter relay. Owns a pair of Kansas state cross country titles (2011-12) and set the 4,000 meter course record at the 2012 Rim Rock Farm High School XC Classic in 13:59.30. Was undefeated in cross country as a senior in 2012. Cash was named the Kansas Gatorade Runner of the Year in 2012 for both track and field and cross country. Had the nation’s top time in the mile among high school juniors, 4:39.98, a time that was second overall in the prep ranks. Placed fourth in the 1,500 meters at the 2012 U.S. Junior National Championships in 4:21.95. Prior to that, Cash took third in the 2012 adidas Dream Mile in 4:39.98. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:21.95, 2012; Mile - 4:39.98, 2012; 3,200 Meters - 10:32.00, 2012. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Lindsay Crevoiserat Redshirt Sophomore Glastonbury, Conn. Glastonbury High School Distance Personal Bests 3,000 Meters - 9:09.48 (i), Columbia Qualfiier, New York, N.Y., 3/2/13 5,000 Meters - 15:58.47 (i), Boston Terrier Classic, Boston, Mass., 1/25/13 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 234th, 22:29.7 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 135th, 21:48 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 28, 22:37

2013-14: Cross Crountry - Ran a 6,000-meter race in her Oregon debut and finished with a time of 21:51.32 at the Pre-Nationals meet. Covered the 6,000-meter course in Louisville, Colo., in 22:37 for 28th overall at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships. Finished the NCAA West Regional in 21:48 at the 6,000-meter Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Clocked in at 22:29.7 on the 6,000-meter course at the NCAA Cross Country Championship. Before Oregon: A three-time indoor All-American for Connecticut who nearly earned that honor at the 2012 NCAA cross country championships as well. Redshirted the 2013 outdoor season. As a sophomore indoors in 2013, placed 15th at the NCAA Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas in the 3,000 meters with a time of 9:37.11 to earn All-America status. Also a member of UConn’s 12th-place DMR squad at the NCAA indoor meet. Was a second place finisher in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 9:23.46 at the Big East Championships. Took sixth place in the mile (4:43.46) at the Big East meet. Anchored the distance medley relay team that finished first in the Big East Championships. Set a seasonal best in the 3,000 of 9:09.48 at the Columbia Qualifier. Ran a seasonal best 15:58.47 5,000 meters at the Boston Terrier Classic. In cross country, placed 42nd at the NCAA Championships in 20:18.7, missing All-America honors by two places. Took 14th at the Northeast Region Championships (20:20.2). Was the sixth runner to cross the line at the Big East Championships (20:58.8). Opened year by finishing seventh at the Roy Griak Invitational (21:22.4 ). As a freshman (2011-12), earned an All-America nod as a member of UConn’s eighth-place distance medley relay team (11:10.24). Took third in the 3,000 (9:41.53) at the Big East Championships, and was on the third place DMR team (11:13.85). Outdoors, was a Regional qualifier in the 5,000 meters. Won the ECAC title at 3,000 meters (9:21.88). In cross country, was a Big East and NCAA regional qualifier. Finished second in her first collegiate race in a time of 17:35 at the CCSU Blue Devil Invite. Second Husky to cross the finish line at the Penn State Nationals in 21:40 (10th place). Connecticut Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:24.59, 2012; Mile - 4:41.49, 2011; 3,000 Meters - 9:09.48; 5,000 Meters - 15:59.47. Prep: Was awarded 12 total letters between cross country and track for Glastonbury High School. Earned All-American, All-New England, All-State, and All-Conference honors. Was the 2009 National Champion in the mile. Was the 2010 National Champion in the 5k and two-mile. Also earned a letter in lacrosse. Personal: Major is business.

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Haley Crouser Freshman Gresham, Ore. Gresham High School Throws

Prep: Crouser comes to Oregon as a three-time All-American as well as a three-time Oregon Track and Field Gatorade Athlete of the Year…set the national prep record in the javelin, 181-2, in 2012 and later went on to make the finals at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Historic Hayward Field, where she finished seventh...claimed three national championships and four state championships in the Javelin…also won state titles in the shot put (2012, 2013) and 100 hurdles (2012)...prep bests: javelin – 181-2; shot put – 4510.5; 100 hurdles – 14.52. Personal: Major is undecided…younger sister of current Duck thrower Sam Crouser, and continues the legacy of one of the most storied families in UO track and field history…father Dean and uncle Brian were both NCAA throws champions for the Ducks.

Personal Bests Javelin – 181-2 Shot put – 45-10.5 100 Meter Hurdles – 14.52

Mia Elbon Junior Nashville, Tenn. Sovereign Grace Academy Distance Personal Bests 10,000 Meters - 37:58.81, Atlantic Sun Championships, Jacksonville, Fla., 4/20/12 NCAA Cross Country Championships 2013 - 246th, 22:58.2 NCAA Cross Country West Regional 2013 - 78th, 21:02

2013-14: Cross Country - Finished in fifth-place with a time of 16:34 at the PSU Viking Classic as Oregon won a trio of duals over Portland, Portland State and Oregon State in the three mile race. Notched an 18:20 mark in the 5,000 meters at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown. Clocked in at 17:46 at the Bill Dellinger Invitational and placed 27th (5,000 meters). Recorded a third-place finish in the women’s 6,000 meters open race at Pre-Nationals with a time of 21:42.20. Checked in at 22:51 for 35th at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Colo., as Oregon finished fourth. Ran a 21:02 in the 6,000-meter race at the NCAA West Regionals at the Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Completed the 6,000-meter with a time of 22:58.2 at the NCAA Cross Country Championship. Before Oregon: Was the 2012 Ohio Valley Conference cross country individual champion for Belmont. Went on to place 23rd at the NCAA South Region Championships in a personal best 20:43.4. Had four top 10 finishes in six races as a sophomore. Redshirted the 2013 indoor and outdoor seasons. On the track, was seventh in the 10,000 meters as a freshman in the 2012 Atlantic Sun Championships in a personal best 37:57.81. Belmont moved from the Atlantic Sun to the Ohio Valley following the 2012 season. Belmont Bests: 10,000 Meters - 37:57.81, 2012. Prep: Was the 2010 All Mid-State champion for Sovereign Grace Academy, where she was the team captain and also a three year letterwinner in swimming. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Pac-12 Cross Country Championships 2013 - 35th, 22:51

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Therese Haiss 2013-14: Cross Country - Finished the 5,000 meters at the Dellinger Invitational with a 18:11 mark in her first race of the year.

Freshman Solon, Ohio Solon High School Middle Distance Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:08.05

Prep: Was the 2012 Ohio state 800 meter champion and the 1,600 meter runner-up as a junior for Salon High School. Personal best in the 800 meters, 2:08.05 from the state meet, was second among high school juniors nationally, and 14th overall in the prep ranks in 2012. Also won the state title at 1,600 meters and was the 800 meter runner-up indoors in 2012. Had a pair of top-10 state cross country finishes for Solon, with a best of fifth as a junior in 2011. Senior season in 2013 was cut short by injury. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:08.05, 2012; 1,600 Meters - 4:53.80. Personal: Major is undeclared.

Nikki Hiltz Freshman Santa Cruz, Calif. Aptos HS Middle Distance

Prep: Was the 2012 California state 1,600 meter champion for as a junior Aptos High School, winning in a high-school best 4:42.45. That was the third-best time among U.S juniors in 2012. Came back from injury late in her senior year to take second in the 1,500 and third in the 800 at the 2013 California state meet. Had a prep best run of 2:09.50 at the 2013 sectional meet leading up to the state championships. Also took third in her section of the mile at the Stanford Invitational (4:51.52). Was third in the 1,600 in California as a sophomore in 2011. In cross country, placed fifth at the 2010 state meet. Later that year, placed 17th at the FootLocker XC Nationals. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:09.50, 2013; 1,600 4:42.45, 2012; Mile - 4:51.52, 2013. Personal: Major is business.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:09.50, 1,600 - 4:42.45,

Linsey Kau Before Oregon: Competed at Lane Community College…set a personal best in the javelin at the NWAACC Championships with a throw of 133-6.

Redshirt Junior Crow, Ore. Crow High School (Lance CC) Javelin

Prep: Was an Oregon 1A state champion in the javelin at Crow High School before attending Lane Community College…took first in the state as a freshman and finished second as a junior in 2009…also played volleyball where she was named second team all-state as a sophomore and a junior. Personal: Major is communication disorder sciences.

Personal Bests Javelin – 133-6

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Kristina Knowles Prep: Placed second in the 800 meters at 2013 Bahamas Nationals Meet…2010 National Cross Country champion…four-time champion in the 400, 800 and 1,500 at the All-Island Meet…qualified for the International Team of the Bahamas in 2012.

Freshman Eleuthera, Bahamas Central Eleuthera High School Middle Distance

Personal: Majoring in business administration

Madeline Middlebrooks Prep: Middlebrooks is a two-time state finalist in both the shot put and the discus…finished sixth in the shot put as a senior and took eighth in the discus as a junior…was also a four-time district and sectional champion at Fort Zumwalt West…prep bests: hammer throw – 158-2; discus – 143-2; shot put – 41-7.

Freshman O’Fallon, Mo. Fort Zumwalt West Throws

Personal: Major is environmental science.

Personal Bests Hammer throw – 158-2 Discus – 143-2 Shot put – 41-7

Jordie Munford Prep: Took second in both the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles at the California state meet for Rancho Cucamonga High School as a junior…also finished second in the 300 hurdles as a sophomore in 2011 Munford was also second in California as a sophomore in 2011 (41.90)…prep bests: 100 hurdles – 13.5; 300 hurdles – 40.9.

Freshman Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga High School Hurdles

Personal: Major is undeclared.

Personal Bests 100 Meter Hurdles – 13.5 300 Meter Hurdles – 40.9

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Samantha Murphy Senior Perth, Ontario St. John Catholic Distance Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:02.10, NCAA Championships, Eugene, Ore., 6/7/13 1,500 Meters - 4:23.12, Texas Relays, Austin, Texas, 3/320/13

Before Oregon: Two-time all-American at 800 meters for Illinois. As a junior, earned all-America honors after finishing fifth in the 800 meter at the 2013 NCAA Championships, setting a school record with a time of 2:02.10. Was also the 2013 Big Ten champion in the 800 and part of the winning 4x400 meter relay team. Part of school record setting sprint medley relay squad at Drake Relays (3:45.75). Helped the Illini capture the first annual Hy-Vee Cup at Drake Relays. Ran her first 1,500 meters race at Texas Relays, crossing the line with a time of 4:23.12 which was the eighth fastest time in Illinois history. During the 2013 indoor season, earned her first all-America honor after finishing fourth in the 800 at the NCAA Championships. Set the Illinois school record in the 800 final at the NCAA Championships (2:03.95). Part of the Big Ten Championship team, the first team crown since 1996 season. Set the school record in the 600 in the prelims at the Big Ten Championships with a leading time of 1:28.87. Also a letterwinner for the Illini in 2011 and 2012. Prep: Was the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) 800 meter champion as a senior in 2010 for St. John Catholic High School. Placed fifth in the 400m at the OFSAA Track and Field Championship. Posted a personal-best time of 2:08.37 in the 800m. Was team MVP for basketball, track and field and cross country. Illinois Bests: Outdoors - 800 Meters - 2:02.10, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 4:23.12, 2013. Indoors - 600 Meters - 1:28.87, 2013; 800 Meters - 2:03.95, 2013. Personal: Major is human physiology.

Mel Newberry Before Oregon: Newberry was a two-time NCAA East Preliminary Rounds qualifier for Princeton in the 3,000 meter steeplechase...two-time Ivy League scorer in the event with a personal best time of 10:18.66…ran in the NCAA cross country regional meet for the Tigers. Personal: Major is curriculum and teaching.

Redshirt Senior London, England Wycome Academy (Princeton) Steeplechase Personal Bests Steeplechase – 10:18.66 (2013) 10,000 Meters – 37:12.18 (2011) 3,000 Meters – 9:34.33 (2013) 5,000 Meters – 16:35.23 (2010)

Kelly O’Neill 2013-14: Cross Country -Posted a time of 19:05 at the Bill Dellinger Invitational as an unattached runner (5,000 meters).

Freshman Lake Oswego, Ore. Lakeridge High School Middle Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 4:37.09

Prep: Middle distance runner who scored at the Oregon state meet in both the 800 and 1,500 meters for Lakeridge High School. As both a senior in 2013 and a junior in 2012, was fifth in the 800 and eighth in the 1,500. Ran a personal best 4:37.09 1,500 meters at the 2013 Three Rivers League championships. Overall was a 10-time scorer for Lakeridge in track and field. Also placed fifth at the 2011 state cross country meet as a junior and 10th as a sophomore in 2010. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:37.09, 2013. Personal: Major is biology.

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Alisha Rowlee Before Oregon: Part of the Lane Community College 4x100 relay team that took first at the NWAACC Championships in 2013…set a personal best in the 100 at the Southern Region Championships with a time of 12.16.

Sophomore Newport, Ore. Newport High School Sprints

Prep: Finished in the top eight of three events at the 2012 4A OSAA Championships…took second in the 100, fifth in the 200 and eighth in long jump while contributing to the third-place 4x100 relay team…marked the third-consecutive year she finished runner-up in the 100 after placing fourth at the meet as a freshman…prep bests: 100 – 12.28; 200 – 26.08. Personal: Major is undeclared.

Personal Bests 100 Meters – 12.16 200 Meters – 26.08

Marybeth Sant Prep: Sant was named a Track and Field News All-American in 2013 and is the Colorado state record holder in the 100 (11.25) and the 60 (7.30)…swept the 100 and 200 meters at the 2012 and 2013 Colorado state meet for Valor Christian High School…prep bests: 100 - 11.25; 200 - 23.61.

Freshman Highlands Ranch, Colo. Valor Christian Sprints

Personal: Major is journalism.

Personal Bests 100 Meters - 11.25 200 Meters - 23.61

Maggie Schmaedick Freshman Eugene, Ore. Sheldon High School Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters - 4:35.82 3,000 Meters - 9:43.89, 2013

2013-14: Cross Country - Ran a 17:33 in the 5,000 meters for her first race of the 2013 at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown. Her 11th-place finished helped guide the Women of Oregon to a secondplace finish in Boston, Mass. Came in 16th at the Dellinger Invitational with a 17:24 mark as Oregon took second for the second-consecutive meet (5,000 meters). Posted a 20:59.61 mark (6,000 meters) at Pre-Nationals and finished 45th overall in a field of 340 runners. Finished in 22nd at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships covering the 6,000-meter course in 22:26 as the Duck women took fourth as a team. Crossed the finish line in 20:16, good for 25th, at the NCAA West Regionals 6,000-meter course as the Duck women placed third. Took 81st at the NCAA Cross Country Championship with a time of 21:11.9 on the 6,000-meter course. Prep: Was a two-time state scorer on the track as a senior in 2013 for Sheldon High School. Was third at 3,000 meters and fourth at 1,500 meters at the state championships. Also had prep bests at both distances in 2013, 4:35.82 (1,500) at the Nike/Jesuit Twilight, and 9:43.89 (3,000) at the Oregon Relays. Finished fifth in the 3,000 meters as a junior at the 2012 state track meet. Also placed second at the 2012 Oregon state 6A cross county meet and then went on to finish sixth at the NXN Northwest Region meet. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:35.82, 2013; 3,000 Meters - 9:43.89, 2013. Personal: Major is undeclared.

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Sara Seiwald Freshman Portland, Ore. Valley Catholic High School Distance Personal Bests 1,500 Meters – 4:48.32, Mile – 5:07.30, 3,000 Meters – 10:19.99, 10,000 Meters – 37:50.69,

2012-13: Outdoor – Only took part in the Kansas relays where she ran the 10,000 and finished seventh…Indoor – Competed in five meets during the season, taking part in the mile, 3,000 and distance medley relay…part of winning DMR teams at the Bob Timmons Challenge and the Bill Easton Classic…Cross Country - Ran in three races in her first season competing for the Jayhawks...opened up her season with a third-place finish at the Bob Timmons Classic (9/1), traversing the 5,000 course in 19:16.7...was KU’s fifth finisher in the B-Race of the Wisconsin adidas Invitational (10/12), finishing 104th overall with her 6,000 time of 24:32...notched an 88th-place finish at the Rim Rock Classic, turning in a 6,000 time of 23:37.8…Season Bests – Mile – 5:07.30, Jayhawk Challenge, Lawrence, Kan., (1/11/13); 3,000 – 10:19.99, Bill Easton Classic, Lawrence, Kan., (1/5/13); 10,000 – 37:50.69, Kansas Relays, Lawrence, Kan., (4/20/13). 2011-12: Outdoor - Season’s best mile time came at the Arkansas Twilight (5/4) where she notched a time of 4:48.32, earning her a 14th-place finish...finished 11th in the mile at the Kansas Relays (4/19) after crossing the finish line in 4:49.00...ran the 3,000 meters at the Arkansas Spring Invite (3/31), collecting a 24th-place finish after completing the race in 10:51.48...Indoor - Kicked off her KU career with a pair of fourth-place finishes in the mile and 3,000 meters at the Bob Timmons Challenge (12/2), completing the mile in 5:23.61 and clocking in with a 3,000-meter time of 10:44.68...earned a 10thplace finish in the mile at the Jayhawk Classic (1/27) after crossing the finish line in 5:26.44…Cross Country - Utilized redshirt season…Season Bests – 1,500 – 4:48.32, Arkansas Twilight, Fayetteville, Ark., (5/4/12). Prep: Third-place finisher in the 1,500 meters at the state meet her senior year (2011)... Placed ninth at the state cross country meet her junior year (2009)... Notched a third-place finish in the 3,000 meters at the state meet her junior year (2010). Personal: Daughter of Michael and Holly Seiwald...Has an older brother, Aaron...Father, Michael, ran track at the Naval Academy...plans to major in exercise science.

Claire Thomas Freshman Molalla, Ore. Molalla High School Heptathlon

Prep: Thomas swept the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and long jump at the OSAA 4A Championships as a junior and senior…also won the 300 hurdles as a freshman and a sophomore…member of the 4x400 relay teams which won the state title in 2012 and 2013…was the top point-scorer at the state meet in 2012 and 2013…multi-sport athlete who was named to the all-state soccer team…holds Molalla HS records in both hurdles events and the long jump…prep bests: 100 hurdles – 14.50; 300 hurdles – 43.73; long jump – 19-1.50. Personal: Major is business.

Personal Bests 100 Meter hurdles – 14.50 300 Meter hurdles – 43.73 Long jump – 19-1.50

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Sasha Wallace Freshman Chagrin Falls, Ohio Solon High School Middle Distance

Prep: Wallace is a Track and Field News All-American after being honored as the California Girls Track and Field Gatorade Athlete of the Year in 2012 and 2013...won state titles in the 100 hurdles and triple jump in consecutive years as a junior and senior…transferred to Castro Valley HS after attending Holy Names during her first three seasons…national runner-up in both the triple jump and the 60 meter hurdles at the U.S. Indoor national meet in 2012…prep bests: 100 hurdles – 13.33; triple jump – 42-4. Personal: Major is undeclared.

Personal Bests 100 Meter hurdles – 13.43 Triple jump – 42-4

Julia Zrinyi Sophomore Winnipeg, Manitoba Vincent Massey High School/ Connecticut Distance Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:04.38, Music City Distance Carnival, Nashville, Tenn., 6/2/12

Before Oregon: An NCAA Championships qualifier in both track and cross country for Connecticut. As a freshman in 2012-13, finished 17th in the 1,500 meters at the NCAA Championships (4:21.17). Posted a season-best mark of 4:16.49 in the 1,500 at the NCAA East Regionals. Captured fourth place in the 1,500 meters at the Big East Championships. Ran the third leg of the 4x800 meter relay team that finished fourth in 8:52.80. Took the third leg on the 4x800 meter relay team that finished third at the ECAC Championships (8:52.65). In cross country, was a 2012 NCAA Championships qualifier after placing 22nd at the NCAA Northeast Region Championships. Took 27th at the 2012 Big East meet. Did not compete indoors in 2013. Connecticut Bests: 800 Meters - 2:08.05, 2013; 1,500 Meters - 4:16.49, 2013. Prep: Attended Vincent Massey High School in Manitoba, Canada. Won the 800 meter national title in 2011 and 2012. Also won the 1500 title in 2010 and 2011. Part of the Canadian Junior National Team that went to Barcelona for the World Juniors in 2012. Named 2011 National Youth Athlete of the Meet. Part of the 4x400 meter Junior National title in 2012. Holds the Manitoba 800 meter junior record. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:04.38, 2012. Personal: Major is undeclared.

1,500 Meters - 4:16.49, NCAA East Preliminary Rounds, Greensboro, N.C., 5/23/13

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Others to Watch

Ally Aschbacher

RS Sophomore / Middle Distance Portland, Ore. Beaverton High School

Ashante Horsley

RS Freshman / Sprints McMinnville, Ore. McMinnville High School

Rachel Sherrell

Senior / Throws Parkdale, Ore. Hood River Valley High School

Daphne Chambers

RS Sophomore / Throws Springfield, Ore. Springfield High School

Skylar Evans

Katie Gruys

Felicia Odle

Lauren Sens

RS Freshman / Middle Distance Crozier, Va. Midlothian High School

Ashley Maton

Sophomore / Middle Distance Bend, Ore. Summit High School

Madelayne Varela

RS Junior / Javelin Camas, Wash. Union High School

Annie Whitfield

RS Freshman / Jumps Kent, Wash. Kentwood High School

Sophomore / Javelin Sweet Home, Ore. Sweet Home High School

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HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD

Phil Knight Oregon Track ’57, ’58, ’59

“People often ask me how good of a runner he really was,” said Jim Grelle, the best American collegiate miler from 1957-59, of his Oregon teammate Phil Knight. “And I always tell them, ‘he sure was, he lettered at Oregon three years in a row,’ which, if you know anything about the history of running at Oregon, should be more than sufficient to answer the question.” Grelle, Knight, Bill Dellinger and Jim Bailey composed the core of Oregon’s impressive mile and half-mile runners in the late 1950s, one of the golden eras for the Men of Oregon. Under the tutelage of legendary coach Bill Bowerman, Grelle would win the 1959 NCAA and Pacific Coast Conference championships in the mile, after finishing second in 1957 and ’58. “Phil was always quiet about what he was doing, but he was also such a competitor; he still is,” said Grelle, a three-time All-American in the mile. “He always ran well and got better all three years.” Knight helped Oregon defeat Washington State by winning the mile in their 1958 dual meet. In fact, Knight and his teammates went undefeated in duals, 14-0, during his career at Oregon. In all, Knight recorded 13 top-three finishes in the mile during his Oregon career. The man who would later become the Co-Founder of Nike, was also an important member of the Ducks’ relay teams. He ran the third leg for the squad that captured the 1958 Northern Division distance medley relay championship. As a senior in 1959, he first helped the Ducks capture another Northern Division crown in the two-mile relay, and then ran the lead leg for the distance medley team that won the race at the 1959 Drake Relays in a then meet-record time.

Two Men and a Handshake Following his running career at Oregon, Knight became inspired by the notion that quality athletic shoes might be found in Japan for much less than the expensive German products, which were the only athletic shoes available to American runners at the time. Knight eventually received distribution rights for Japan’s Tiger running shoes. Though it took more than a year for him to receive the first Tiger sample shoes, he immediately sent two pairs to his former track coach, hoping to make a sale and to gain the potentially powerful endorsement of Bowerman. He got much more. Bowerman, a shoe designer himself, wrote back to Knight that they should become partners. Knight would run the business, while Bowerman would provide design ideas. They shook hands on January 25, 1964, and Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS) was born. By 1966, the early version of what would become the iconic Bowerman-designed Cortez running shoe had taken shape. Other shoe models would follow, and BRS’s territory until it was the exclusive national distributor for Tiger’s running shoe business. “I came back and sold shoes for Blue Ribbon Sports in 1965,” said Grelle, who ran 21 sub-4:00 miles during his career. “I was really impressed with Phil’s company and his drive to make it a success. I think how he learned to compete in races was exactly like how he had learned to compete in life.” In 1971, Knight asked Carolyn Davidson, a graphic arts student at Portland State University, to draw up a few potential brand marks. Ultimately, he selected a crescent-shaped mark that today is one of the world’s most recognized brands, the “Swoosh.” Jeff Johnson, the first full-time employee Knight had hired, awoke one morning with an inspiration for the name of the new company—“Nike” goddess of victory in Greek mythology. By February 1972, BRS had prepared an entire line of shoes under the Nike name, including a Nike Cortez, Bruin, Blazer and Boston. At the same time, Bowerman had been working on a new rubber sole pattern inspired by the family waffle iron. At the 1972 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene, runners got their first glimpse of the new “Waffle” sole. And the rest, as they say…. (portions adapted from text provided courtesy of Scott Reames, Nike Historian)

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HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD

A Legend Reborn At the heart of Eugene’s successful bids for the 2008, 2012 and 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Historic Hayward Field is the nation’s most impressive track and field venue. And there is no place on earth like TrackTown USA. The 2008 Trials were an unmitigated success that could have only happened here; the magical performances, the heart-stopping moments, the records, the drama, the joy, the tears. All of which played out for the nation to watch before the most appreciative home to track and field in the world. The 2012 Trials not only matched that success, but exceeded it in every way imaginable, cementing the community’s status as TrackTown USA. The 2008 Trials marked only the beginning of the legendary venue’s rebirth. In the coming years, TrackTown USA will be the epicenter of the nation’s most prestigious championship meets. The NCAA Championships will return to Eugene for the 2013 and 2014 events, while the IAAF World Junior Championships will be held at Hayward Field in 2014, a first on U.S. soil. In 2011, the USA Track & Field Championships were contested at Hayward Field for the second time in three years. In 2013, Track Town, USA welcomed the NCAA Championships for the 11th time since 1962—the most of any venue in modern history. The University of Oregon’s Hayward Field, one of the most famous track and field facilities in the world, is named for Bill Hayward, who coached the University of Oregon’s men’s team from 1904-1947. Hayward Field was initially constructed for football in 1919. Two years later, a six-lane cinder track was installed and track events were transferred from Kincaid Field on the opposite edge of campus. The facility was utilized for both sports until the opening of Autzen Stadium in 1967. The stadium has undergone significant improvements in modern history; in 2008 a new track surface, stadium lights, a remarkable video board and newly configured infield were unveiled. The birth of track and field on the University of Oregon campus dates back to 1895. The student body (then numbering 353) built a quarter-mile dirt track at Kincaid Field, now the site of 13th Avenue and Kincaid Street, to practice for their annual field day, held in conjunction with commencement exercises. In 1900, the Ducks started competing in dual meets against regional universities and opponents and sported a 13-3 record in their first nine years—including an

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As innovative and spectacular as the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Trials were, they are just the beginning for Hayward Field, which will host the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Championships, the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships and the 2016 Olympic Trials.

The traditional “Victory Lap” undefeated stretch from 1906–09. The first upgrade to the Kincaid track came in 1904 when it was covered partially to facilitate inclement-weather practice and competition. By 1912 the sport had started to outgrow the facility, and the university started to explore other possibilities. Although collegiate sports went on hiatus temporarily in 1917 because of the first World War, a full schedule of meets returned in 1919 – the same year Hayward Field was built for football. Two years later, a six-lane cinder track bordering the football playing field was installed for $10,000, including a 220-yard straightway on the east end of the track. Bleachers were transferred from Kincaid Field, and in 1925, the wooden east grandstand was added. In 1928, the students paid to cover the bleachers on the north end that remained until 1950. With the construction of Autzen Stadium for football in 1967, Hayward Field became a trackonly venue. One of the stadium’s most famous former features was its south end bleachers that obscured nearly a quarter of the track. Oregon runners and eventual Olympians Otis Davis and Wade Bell were famed for trailing the field as they disappeared behind the bleachers, only to soon emerge into daylight with a commanding lead. The cinder track lasted until 1970 when the facility received its first all-weather surface. Five years later, the west grandstands were completely rebuilt to their current layout. The University of Oregon continues to update the classic facility as it looks to remain the nation’s preeminent track and field venue. In addition to the multi-million dollar renovation completed in preparation of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Historic Hayward Field has received additional improvements in the past two decades to further its reputation as a highperformance facility. The most eye-catching upgrade is the new video scoreboard, which displays high-definition video for instant replays and post-competition interviews with athletes and coaches. It can also display results and video simultaneously, which has tremendously increased the level of enjoyment experienced by the Hayward Field faithful. Powell Plaza—unveiled in 2005 to welcome fans into the fabled facility—details the Ducks’ rich track and field heritage and is named after the family of Lloyd Powell, a track teammate of Continued on p. 162

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Together the meets offer the opportunity to transform the sport of track and field by elevating the experience for athletes, coaches, the media, and spectators. This exciting vision has been made possible through the generous support of individuals committed to celebrating the legendary past and bold future of historic Hayward Field. The University of Oregon is grateful to them for their leadership role in this effort and for fueling the flame of TrackTown USA.

Jon and Terri Anderson Greg and Anne Erwin The Giustina Family The Jensen Family Aaron and Marie Jones Phil and Penny Knight Dave and Nancy Petrone Lloyd and Sharon Powell Dave and Terry Taylor


HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD Continued from p. 161 former coach and athlete Bill Dellinger. The facility also welcomed a new four-lane, fully-lit 400-meter all-weather track that encircles six new tennis courts on the southwest edge of the track. A complete face-lift of the indoor practice area under the west grandstands was finished in the spring of 2006, and included a new urethane-coated competition surface, jump runways and pits, and several throwing rings. A pair of state-of-the-art underwater and anti-gravity treadmills were also installed to facilitate Oregon’s national-class athletic treatment facilities. The Bowerman Building was completed in 1992 and dedicated to Bill Bowerman and his family who donated funds necessary to construct the all-purpose building. The building houses an athletic treatment center, locker rooms and meeting rooms. Memorabilia and various exhibits commemorate great athletes, teams and moments of the program’s history. One of the biggest renovations to date came prior to the 1988 NCAA Championships with a two-year project to convert the track from a 440-yard dimension to a 400-meter oval with 85meter straightaways. To accommodate the size changes, the east grandstands were moved back to the east approximately 11 meters (or 35 feet, 9 1/2 inches).

Underwater Treadmill

The Pacific Northwest’s first indoor all-sport training facility, the Ed Moshofsky Center, is also available for all-weather conditioning. Runners, jumpers and throwers can train in the climatecontrolled, spacious environment on both sprint lanes and soft surfaces. Off the track, the Ducks’ nationally-renowned strength and conditioning program offers studentathletes a one-of-a-kind combination of coaches, venues and event-specific training programs. In 2007, a dynamic expansion of the University’s athletic treatment facilities was completed. The updated center offers 12,000 square feet of treatment and rehabilitative space, including state-of-the-art hydrotherapy amenities such as three Hydroworx underwater treadmills and three oversized hot and cold plunge pools. The space also includes comprehensive physician services, including a digital X-ray center and a fully equipped treatment area with top of the line therapeutic equipment and cardio stations to aid in efficient and prompt recovery. Student-athletes can also utilize an amazing new nutrition resource center for consultation and nutritional supplements. The University of Oregon’s Historic Hayward Field. Not only has the legend been reborn, but like the State’s motto, “She Flies with Her Own Wings.”

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COACHING LEGENDS

Bill Hayward The father of Oregon track and field and its famous track and field facility, Bill Hayward was appropriately known as the ‘Grand Old Man’ during his 44-year career as a Duck coach. Born in Detroit, Mich., July 2, 1868, and raised in Toronto, Ont., he was known throughout both countries as an all-around star athlete comparable to the likes of Jim Thorpe. A member of the Ottawa Capitals world champion lacrosse team, he also was one of Canada’s fastest sprinters from 75 up to 600 yards. He was equally regarded as a national-class athlete in ice hockey, rowing, wrestling and boxing. The colorful yet cultured sportsman began his coaching career in 1898 as a Princeton assistant coach, then made another assistant stop at California. He next served as the head track and field coach at Pacific University (1901) and Albany College (1903), and his Albany track team even beat the Webfoots. He took the Oregon head track job in 1904, and also served as athletic trainer and basketball coach. He coached four track world record holders, six American record holders and nine Olympians, and assisted on U.S. Olympic teams from 1908-1932. Among his pupils, Dan Kelly broke the world record in the 100 yards (9.6) in 1906; went on to set the 220-yard record (21.1); and took the silver medal in the broad jump in the 1908 Olympic Games.

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Bill Bowerman Bill Bowerman was a man of many titles—Olympic head coach, Nike founder, army major, Oregon track and field head coach, inventor…the list could go on and on. But the one recurring theme was his restless innovation and unchecked passion for sport. Bowerman (born 2/19/11) began his coaching career as a football coach for one year at Franklin High School in Portland, then moved to Medford and coached track for nine years and football for seven years. But the Duck football and track letterwinner made his biggest mark as a track coach as his ‘Track Men of Oregon’ won 24 NCAA individual titles (with wins in 15 of the 19 events contested) and four NCAA team crowns (1962-64-65-70), and posted 16 top-10 NCAA finishes in his 24 years as head coach. His teams also boasted 33 Olympians, 38 conference champions and 64 All-Americans. At the dual level, the Ducks posted a 114-20 record and went undefeated in 10 seasons. At the Olympic level, he served as head coach of the U.S. team in 1972 and an assistant coach in 1968. Bowerman the inventor was equally renowned for his waffle-iron shoe soles still popular today, as well as his method of recycling old athletic shoes into surfacing for tracks. His love of coaching carried past his own athletes as he helped launch the U.S. running boom. After a 1962 trip to New Zealand he introduced the idea of jogging to the local masses, and even assigned his Duck athletes as mentors and coaches to local citizens. His 1967 book Jogging sold more than a million copies. Bowerman’s legacy as an outspoken leader was also forged off the track. He was a combat major of the 10th Mountain Ski Troops against the Germans in the Italian Alps in World War II (and earned the Bronze Star), then sparred in the ’70s with the Rajneeshees in Eastern Oregon. He even ran for state representative, following the lead of his father Jay who served as interim governor in 1910. In retirement, Bowerman stayed true to his roots. The Fossil, Ore., native resided in his Eugene home in the Coburg Hills, and stayed in the news with occasional advice on how to keep the sport vibrant. When nominated for the National Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1981, he declined stating that until Bill Hayward was elected, he didn’t deserve to be included. Before passing away on Christmas Eve, 1999, Bowerman returned to Fossil, the eastern Oregon town his great grandfather had founded in 1867, to close the last chapter of a legacy that will never be matched.

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Bill Dellinger Another Oregon original, Bill Dellinger proved the perfect choice to continue the storied Oregon legacy. The Grants Pass, Ore., native (born 3/23/34) made his name initially as one of Oregon’s greatest distance runners. From 1953-56, he was a twotime NCAA winner, three-time All-American and three-time conference champion. After college, he balanced a stint in the Air Force with postcollegiate training. By the end of his running career, he had added two world indoor records, six American records and three Olympic appearances (including a bronze in the 5,000 in 1964). Dellinger began his coaching career at Thurston High School, joined Lane Community College in 1967, then accepted the Oregon assistant coach position in 1968 and quickly established a reputation as one of America’s finest distance coaches. No U.S. distance runner made a bigger impact than his first star, Steve Prefontaine, but the legacy didn’t stop there. Mentoring such greats as Alberto Salazar, Rudy Chapa, Matt Centrowitz and Bill McChesney, Jr., his distance pupils broke 18 American records, made 17 Olympic appearances and won 12 NCAA individual track titles. In his 32 years as cross country head coach, the Ducks claimed four NCAA team titles, five runner-up honors and four third-place finishes, to go along with four individual titles and another runner-up finish. As a team, the Ducks continued their reputation as one of the nation’s deepest and most balanced units. At home at Hayward Field in 1984, the Ducks added their fifth NCAA track title and tallied 113 points — the highest NCAA total ever. At the conference level, his squads claimed four team titles and nine runner-up finishes. Individually, 23 Oregon runners combined for 41 cross country All-America honors, and 58 track athletes accounted for 105 track and field honors. Dellinger still lives in Eugene and has coached Olympic post-collegians Danny Lopez, Nick Rogers and Mary Slaney.

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Tom Heinonen A pioneer for three decades for the University of Oregon and NorPac and Pac-10 Conferences, former head coach Tom Heinonen helped guide the Duck women’s track and field team from its infancy into a full-fledged collegiate power in his 27 years as head coach. He retired after the 2003 season and was honored in his career as a threetime NCAA Coach of the Year, and eight-time Pac-10 Conference Coach of the Year. As a team, UO scored top-10 NCAA track and field finishes in seven of the meet’s first eight years, and won the NCAA title in 1985. At the conference level, Oregon won all four of the NorPac track and field team crowns from 1982-85, then finished top-two eight times in the first 10 years of the Pac-10’s existence, including league victories in 1991 and ’92. During his tenure, Duck individuals stockpiled 15 NCAA/AIAW titles, 108 AllAmerica honors and 55 Pac-10/NorPac Conference titles in track and field. His mark on the collegiate cross country scene is even more impressive. Only one other team bettered Oregon’s 24 national trips in his 28 years at the helm, and Duck individuals qualified three of the other four years. Over that span, Heinonen guided teams to NCAA wins in 1983 and 1987, to go along with three more second-place efforts among their amazing total of 18, top-10 national finishes. Duck individuals were equally decorated at the post-collegiate level, claiming three American records, 17 Olympic appearances, 10 World Championships invites, 12 U.S. national track and field titles, 22 World Championships cross country invites, and five U.S. cross country crowns. As an athlete, Heinonen enjoyed an equally successful career as a six-time All-America distance runner at the University of Minnesota. During his postcollegiate career, he was a three-time World Cross Country Championships competitor, a two-time Olympic Trials Marathon veteran, and the 1969 AAU marathon champion. Heinonen was inducted into the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.

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Steve Prefontaine Steve Prefontaine was born in Coos Bay, Oregon on January 25, 1951. Although he was tragically involved in a fatal car accident in Eugene on May 30, 1975, his legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of countless track and field fans around the world. Pre began his running career at Marshfield High School in Coos Bay, where he was coached by Walter McClure, a former Oregon track star. He went undefeated in cross country and track as a junior and senior. As a senior, he broke the American record for two miles in the Corvallis Invitational with a time of 8:41.5. Bill Dellinger, then an Oregon assistant track and cross coach, first saw Pre run as a junior at the state cross country meet in November 1967 at the urging of McClure. Prefontaine signed with the University of Oregon on Tuesday, April 29, 1969. Between the time he entered the University of Oregon in the fall of 1969 and when he graduated in the summer of 1973, Pre won seven NCAA titles—three in cross country (1970, 1971, 1973) and four in the three-mile in track (1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973)—becoming the first collegian to accomplish the feat in track and the second in cross country. He won Pac-8 Conference championships in the 3-mile in 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973, in addition to the mile title in 1971. In his first outdoor track race, he won the 2-mile in a triangular against Fresno State and Stanford in Fresno, Calif., on March 21, 1970. Later that first season, he clocked a 3:57.4 mile at the Oregon Twilight, finishing second and setting an Oregon freshman record. Pre’s victories became legendary. His first NCAA 3-mile track title in 1970 came with a dozen stitches in his foot after being involved in a diving board accident just days before. His final cross country victory came after making up a 100-yard deficit on Western Kentucky’s English distance star Nick Rose. At the close of his collegiate career he had set eight collegiate track records. Altogether, Pre raced at Hayward Field in Eugene in 38 races between 1970-75, losing only three times and all at one mile. He owned every (8) American record between 2,000 and 10,000 meters and between two miles and six miles. He also held eight collegiate records while at Oregon, with his three-mile (12:53.4) and six-mile (27:09.4) performances still standing. During his career, he broke his own or other American records 14 different times, broke the four-minute barrier nine times, ran 25 two-mile races under 8:40, and 10 5,000 meter races faster than 13:30. He competed in the 1972 Summer Games in Munich, when he was 21 years old and two years younger than anyone else in the 5,000 meters field. Taking the lead with a mile to go, and holding it until less than 600 meters remaining, he ultimately finished fourth (13:28.25) behind Lasse Viren of Finland (first, 13:26.42), Mohamed Gammoudi of Tunisia (second, 13:27.33), and Ian Stewart of Great Britain (third, 13:27.61). Stewart passed Prefontaine less than 10 meters from the finish line for the last medal. Today, Pre’s impact can be found in the Steve Prefontaine Memorial Jogging Trail, 6.3 kilometers of wood chip path that winds through Alton Baker Park in Eugene. His life has been the subject of several recent books, movies and videos. A memorial was dedicated in 1997 at the corner of Birch Lane and Skyline Drive in Eugene—the site of his fatal car accident.

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Attendance Marks at Hayward Field 1984 NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total 1985 Oregon Invitational Fresno State Washington UCLA California, Brigham Young Pepsi Relays Oregon Twilight 1986 Oregon Invitational Washington State Pepsi Relays Oregon State Oregon Twilight TAC Championships Thursday Friday Saturday Total 1987 Oregon Preview Washington Pepsi Team Invitational California Oregon Invit. Oregon Twilight

5,272 5,653 10,117 14,082 35,124 NA NA 4,773 4,986 3,813 NA NA 1,966 3,326 NA 2,976 3,194 5,741 6,007 8,488 20,236 3,367 4,299 6,149 4,777 5,177 6,392

1988 Oregon Preview Washington State Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight Oregon State NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total

3,650 4,491 7,320 9,935 25,396

1989 Oregon Preview Washington Pepsi Team Invitational California Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,345 2,498 4,243 2,917 3,363 3,753

1990 Oregon Preview Washington St., Boise State Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Nebraska Oregon Twilight

NA 2,869 3,283 2,886 2,913 2,934

1991 Oregon Preview Washington Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Stanford Oregon Twilight NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total

1,738 3,804 4,344 NA NA NA

2,298 2,859 3,412 3,229 2,805 3,833 3,688 4,013 6,302 9,084 23,087

1992 Oregon Preview 2,464 Washington State, Minnesota 1,926 Pepsi Team Invitational 3,251 Oregon Invitational 2,891 Washington State 2,460 Oregon Twilight 3,350 Pac-10 Championships Friday 3,472 Saturday 5,290 Total 8,762

2001 Oregon Preview Washington Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total

4,325 4,575 5,326 5,936 20,162

1993 Oregon Preview Washington Oregon Invitational Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Twilight

2002 Montana, Weber State Washington Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,352 2,603 3,593 3,346

2003 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,072 4,579 3,596 3,031

2004 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,331 3,514 3,771 4,000

1994 Oregon Preview Navy Oregon Invitational Pepsi Invitational Boise State, Washington St., Nevada-Las Vegas Oregon Twilight 1995 Oregon Preview Washington Oregon Invitational Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,229 2,458 2,747 2,949 3,423 1,140 1,676 2,683 3,423 2,306 3,382 NA 2,367 2,305 4,052 2,993

2005 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight NCAA West Regional Friday Saturday Total

1996 Oregon Preview 2,745 Washington State, Stanford 3,785 Oregon Invitational 3,499 Pepsi Team Invitational 3,866 Oregon Twilight 3,902 NCAA Championships Wednesday 5,396 Thursday 5,626 Friday 7,851 Saturday 10,268 Total 29,141 1997 Oregon Preview Oregon Invitational Pepsi Team Invitational All-Comers Meet Washington Oregon Twilight

2,375 3,035 3,029 NA 2,552 4,049

1998 Oregon Preview Washington State Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,077 2,518 3,860 3,119 2,970

1999 Oregon Preview Hayward Relays Oregon Invitational Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Twilight

2,444 4,689 2,955 2,853 3,164

2000 Oregon Preview Hayward Relays Oregon Invitational Oregon Twilight Pac-10 Championships Saturday Sunday Total

2006 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight Pac-10 Championships Saturday Sunday Total 2007 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Invitational Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight NCAA West Regional Friday Saturday Total 2008 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational UCLA Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight

2,711 4,041 2,763 3,210 3,588 3,905 7,493

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2,109 2,667 3,579 3,410 3,513 4,649 8,162 4,291 5,004 3,392 6,389 9,781 4,776 5,791 7,060 12,851 5,699 5,250 5,191 4,636 9,827 5,398 4,263 5,769 10,032 5,290 5,212 4,451 6,101 6,875 12,976 5,124

2009 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational UCLA Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight Pac-10 Championships Saturday Sunday Total NCAA West Regional Friday Saturday Total 2010 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational UCLA Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total 2011 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight NCAA West Regional Thursday Friday Saturday Total 2012 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight Pac-12 Championships Saturday Sunday Total 2013 Oregon Preview Pepsi Team Invitational Oregon Relays Friday Saturday Total Oregon Twilight NCAA Championships Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total

4,326 4,636 5,039 6,228 6,901 13,129 5,726 5,167 7,386 12,553 4,417 7,096 11,513 5,918 5,321 5,209 6,732 7,036 13,768 6,118 9,891 11,172 11,972 12,812 45,847 5,962 5,501 6,754 7,182 13,936 6,251 6,381 6,614 7,087 20,332 5,044 5,402 6,718 7,112 13,230 7,012 5,648 7,144 12,762 4,402 5,367 6,423 7,344 13,767 5,244 9,001 9,835 10,128 11,482 40,446


HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD Overall Single Day Top 20 Attendance Totals Since 1984 (college only) 1984 NCAA Sat. 14,082 2010 NCAA Sat. 12,812 2010 NCAA Fri. 11,972 2013 NCAA Sat. 11,482 2010 NCAA Thurs. 11,172 1996 NCAA Sat. 10,268 2013 NCAA Fri. 10,128 1984 NCAA Fri. 10,117 1988 NCAA Sat. 9,935 2010 NCAA Wed. 9,891 2013 NCAA Thurs. 9,835 1991 NCAA Sat. 9,084 2013 NCAA Wed. 9,001 1996 NCAA Fri. 7,851 2009 Pac-10 Sun. 7,386 2013 Oregon Relays Sat. 7,344 1988 NCAA Fri. 7,320 2011 Oregon Relays Sat. 7,182 2012 Pac-12 Sun. 7,144 2012 Oregon Relays Sat. 7,112 NCAA Championships Four Day Totals 2010: 45,847 (NCAA Record) 2013: 40,446 1984: 35,124 1996: 29,141 1988: 25,396 1991: 23,087 2001: 20,162 Single Day NCAA Totals 1984 Saturday: 14,082 2010 Saturday: 12,812 2010 Friday: 11,972 2013 Saturday: 11,482 2010 Thursday: 11,172 1996 Saturday: 10,268 2013 Friday: 10,128 1984 Friday: 10,117 1988 Saturday: 9,935 2013 Thursday: 9,835 2010 Wednesday: 9,891 1991 Saturday: 9,084 2013 Wednesday: 9,001 1996 Friday: 7,851 1988 Friday: 7,320 Pac-10/12 Championships Two Day Totals 2006: 12,851 2012: 12,762 2009: 12,553 1992: 8,762 2000: 7,493 Single Day Totals 2009 Sunday: 7,386 2012 Sunday: 7,144 2006 Sunday: 7,060 2006 Saturday: 5,791 2012 Saturday: 5,648 1992 Saturday: 5,290 2009 Saturday: 5,167 2000 Sunday: 3,905 2000 Saturday: 3,588 1992 Friday: 3,472 NCAA West Regional Two Day Totals 2009: 11,513 (4,417/7,096) 2007: 10,032 (4,263/5,769) 2005: 8,162 (3,513/4,649)

Oregon Preview 2011: 5,962 2010: 5,918 2007: 5,699 2008: 5,290 2012: 5,044 2013: 4,402 2009: 4,326 2006: 4,291 1987: 3,367 1996: 2,745 2000: 2,711 1992: 2,464 1999: 2,444 1997: 2,375 1989: 2,345 2004: 2,331 1991: 2,298 1993: 2,229 2005: 2,109 1998: 2,077 2003: 2,072 2001: 2,000 1988: 1,738 1994: 1,140 Not Contested: 1985, ’86, ’02 Not Available: 1990, ’95 Pepsi Team Invitational 1987: 6,149 2011: 5,501 2012: 5,402 2013: 5,367 2010: 5,321 2007: 5,250 2008: 5,212 2006: 5,004 2009: 4,636 2003: 4,579 1988: 4,344 1989: 4,243 1995: 4,052 1996: 3,866 1998: 3,860 2004: 3,514 1994: 3,423 1991: 3,412 1990: 3,283 1992: 3,251 1997: 3,029 1993: 2,949 1999: 2,853 2005: 2,667 Not Held: 2000, ’01, ’02

Oregon Relays (formerly Oregon Invitational) 2013 (Sat.): 7,344 2011 (Sat.): 7,182 2012 (Sat): 7,112 2010 (Sat): 7,036 2009 (Sat): 6,901 2008 (Sat): 6,875 2011 (Fri.): 6,754 2012 (Fri.): 6,718 2010 (Fri): 6,701 2013 (Fri): 6,423 2006 (Sat): 6,389 2009 (Fri): 6,228 2008 (Fri): 6,101 2007 (Fri): 5,191 1987: 5,177 2007 (Sat): 4,636 2004: 3,771 2002: 3,593 2003: 3,596 2005: 3,579 1996: 3,499 2006 (Fri): 3,392 1989: 3,363 1991: 3,229 2001: 3,169 1998: 3,119 1997: 3,035 1999: 2,955 1992: 2,891 1990: 2,886 2000: 2,763 1993: 2,747 1994: 2,683 1995: 2,305 1986: 1,966 Not Available: 1985, ’88 Oregon Twilight 2012: 7,012 1987: 6,392 2011: 6,251 2010: 6,118 2009: 5,726 2007: 5,398 2013: 5,244 2008: 5,124 2006: 4,776 1997: 4,049 2004: 4,000 1996: 3,902 1991: 3,833 1989: 3,753 1993: 3,423 2005: 3,410 1994: 3,382 1992: 3,350 2002: 3,346 2000: 3,210 1986: 3,194 2001: 3,169 1999: 3,164 2003: 3,031 1995: 2,993 1998: 2,970 1990: 2,934 Not Available: 1985, ’88

NCAA West Prelims Three Day Totals 2011: 20,332 (6,381/6,614/7,087)

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2008 U.S. Olympic Trials (6/27-7/6) Day 1 (6/27): 20,964 Day 2 (6/28): 20,604 Day 3 (6/29): 20,773 Day 4 (6/39): 20,949 Day 5 (7/3): 20,927 Day 6 (7/4): 20,936 Day 7 (7/5): 20,834 Day 8: (7/6): 21,176 Total: 167,123 2009 U.S. Championships (6/25-28) Day 1 (6/25): 8,621 Day 2 (6/26): 9,134 Day 3 (6/27): 10,053 Day 4 (6/28): 10,643 Total: 38,451 2011 U.S. Championships (6/23-26) Day 1 (6/23): 9,949 Day 2 (6/24): 10,037 Day 3 (6/25): 10,812 Day 4 (6/26): 10,033 Total: 40,831 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials (6/22-7/1) Day 1 - 20,936 Day 2 - 21,795 Day 3 - 21,809 Day 4 - 21,626 Day 5 – 22,602 HFR Day 6 – 21,097 Day 7 – 20,791 Day 8 – 22,497 Total: 173,153 HFR

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All-Time Top Marks at Hayward Field

1,500 Meters Daniel K. Komen, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/8/08** 3:32.81 PCR 3:34.42 Alan Webb, USA, 6/19/04** 3:34.95 Bernard Lagat, USA, 6/4/05 3:35.75 Leonel Manzano, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 3:35.84 Matthew Centrowitz, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 3:36.10 Nick Willis, New Zealand, Pre Classic, 6/8/08** 3:36.42 Daniel K. Komen, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/8/08** 3:36.65 Shedrack Korir, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/8/08** 3:36.68 Andrew Wheating, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 3:36.70 Matt Centrowitz, Oregon, 6/27/76 (NOTE: ** indicates FAT split from Pre Classic Mile Race)

MEN 100 Meters Tyson Gay, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08 9.77 (w+1.6) FAR Steve Mullings , Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 9.80 (w+1.3) PCR 9.80 (w+1.8) Justin Gatlin, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 FAR Steve Williams, USA, 6/20/75 9.8h (10.19) 9.85 (w+1.3) Mike Rodgers , USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 9.86 (w+1.8) Tyson Gay, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 9.88 (w+1.8) Shawn Crawford, USA, 6/19/04 9.88 (w+1.0) Justin Gatlin, Nike, Pre Classic, 5/28/06 Travis Padgett, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 9.89 (w+1.6) CR 9.89 (w+1.6) Darvis Patton, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 Wind-aided marks 9.68 (w+4.0) Tyson Gay, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 fastest recorded time U.S. soil, all conditions 9.75 (w+3.4) Tyson Gay, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 9.79 (w+5.2) Andre Cason, USA Champs, 6/16/93 9.79 (w+4.5) Andre Cason, USA Champs, 6/16/93 9.79 (w+2.9) Maurice Greene, 5/31/98 9.84 (w+4.0) Walter Dix, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 9.84 (w+4.0) Darvis Patton, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 9.85 (w+4.0) Travis Padgett, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 9.85 (w+4.0) Michael Rodgers, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/09 9.88 (w+2.6) Justin Gatlin, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 9.89 (w+3.2) Charles Silmon, TCU, NCAA Championships, 6/7/13 200 Meters 19.72 (w+1.8) PCR 19.76 (w+1.8) 19.85 (w+1.7) 19.85 (w+1.7) 19.87 (w+0.8) 19.8/19.9yh FWR 19.90 (w+1.7) 19.9yh FWR 19.99 (w+1.7) 20.04 (w+0.6) Wind-aided marks 19.73 (w+3.3) 19.82 (w+2.3) 19.86 (w+4.0) 19.95 (w+2.4) 19.98 (w+2.4) 19.99 (w+3.2) 20.00 (w+3.3) 20.02 (w+3.1) 20.03 (w+3.3) 20.04 (w+2.2) 300 Meters 31.30 PCR 31.31 31.93 32.14 32.19

Mile 3:48.28 PCR 3:48.50 3:48.78 3:49.09 3:49.39 3:49.40 3:49.48 3:49.53 3:49.55 3:49.70 Other notable marks 3:49.92 3:50.21 3:51.74 3:54.6 3:55.31 2,000 Meters 5:04.68

Walter Dix, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Tyson Gay, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Walter Dix, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/5/08 Shawn Crawford, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/5/08 Lorenzo Daniel, USA, 6/3/88 Don Quarrie, Jamica, 6/7/75 Wallace Spearmon, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/5/08 Steve Williams, USA, 6/7/75 Rodney Martin, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/5/08 Michael Marsh, USA, 6/18/93

Two-Mile 8:03.50 PCR 8:04.83 8:07.07 AR 8:07.68 8:11.48 8:11.62 8:11.74 8:12.45 8:13.16 8:13.31

LaShawn Merritt, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 LaShawn Merritt, USA, 2006 Xavier Carter, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Wallace Spearmon, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Jason Rouser, USA, 1994

John Smith, USA, 6/26/71

800 Meters 1:43.5c FWR / FAR 1:43.68 PCR 1:43.71 1:43.74 1:43.92 1:44.01 1:44.10 1:44.17 1:44.18 1:44.3h FWR / FAR

Rick Wohlhuter, USA, 6/8/74 (1:44.1 880y - 0.6 sec. conv.) Abubaker Kaki, Sudan, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Abubaker Kaki, Sudan, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Mohammed Aman, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Nick Symmonds, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/25/12 Alfred Kirwa Yego, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Nick Symmonds, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/08 Nick Symmonds, OTC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Yusuf Saad Kamel, Bahrain, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 David Wottle, USA, 7/1/72

1,000 Meters 2:13.62 PCR 2:14.54 2:14.83 2:16.35 2:16.54

Abubaker Kaki, Sudan, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 (U.S. Soil Record) Joaquim Cruz, Brazil, 7/21/84 Boaz Lalang, Kenya, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Nick Symmonds, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Jim Spivey, Athletics West, 7/21/84

Hicham El Guerrouj, Morocco, 5/27/01 Bernard Lagat, Kenya, 5/24/03 Andrew Wheating, Oregon, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Steve Prefontaine, Oregon, 6/20/73 Dub Myers, Oregon, Oregon Twilight, 5/17/86 Chris Fox, Athletics West, Ath. West Invite, 6/4/84

3,000 Meters Eliud Kipchoge, Kenya, 6/4/05 7:35.44 PCR 7:35.92 Bernard Legat, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 (U.S. best on U.S. soil) 7:36.87 Saif Shaheen, Qatar, Pre Classic, 7:36.87, 6/7/09 7:37.05 Chris Solinsky, USA, Pre Classic, 7:37.05, 6/7/09 7:37.32 Matt Tegenkamp, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Rudy Chapa, Oregon, 5/10/79 7:37.70 FAR / CR 7:37.84 Alistair Craig, Ireland, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 7:38.24 Eliud Kipchoge, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 7:39.22 Bob Kennedy, Nike, 5/25/97 7:39.22 Boaz Cheboiywo, Kenya, 6/4/05** (NOTE: ** indicates FAT split from Pre Classic 2-mile race)

Shawn Crawford, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Wallace Spearmon, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 Justin Gatlin, Tennessee (USA), 5/30/01 Walter Dix, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Darvis Patton, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Bryshon Nellum, USC, NCAA Championships, 6/6/13 Charles Clark, USA, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Anaso Jobodwana, Jackson State, NCAA Championships, 6/6/13 Wallace Spearmon, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Rodney Martin, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/5/08

400 Meters 43.74 43.92 PCR 44.00 44.1h 44.12 44.12 44.13 44.20 44.2c 44.2h Other notable marks 44.5h (440y) FWR

Daniel K. Komen, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 (U.S. Soil Record) Asbel Kiprop, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Haron Keitany, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Haron Keitany, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Silas Kiplagat, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Asbel Kiprop, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Silas Kiplgat, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Asbel Kiprop, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Asbel Kiprop, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Mekonnen Gebremedhin, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/4/11

Craig Mottram, Australia, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Tariku Bekele, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Matt Tegenkamp, USA, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Eliud Kipchoge, Kenya, 6/4/05 Alan Webb, USA, 6/4/05 Boaz Cheboiywo, Kenya, 6/4/05 Dathan Ritzenhein, USA, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Bernard Lagat, USA, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Rashid Ramzi, Bahrain, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Paul Koech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/8/08

5,000 Meters Mo Farah, Great Britain, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 12:56.98 PCR 12:57.63 Isaiah Koech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 12:58.90 Galen Rupp, USA, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 12:58.93 Tariku Bekele, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 (former U.S. Soil Record) 12:59.30 Dejen Gebremeskel, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 13:00.18 Imane Merga, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 13:01.17 Eliud Kipchoge, Kenya, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 13:01.48 Kenenisa Bekele, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 13:03.88 Thomas Longosiiwa, Kenya, 6/2/12 13:04.75 Edwin Cheruiyot Soi, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Other notable American Eugene personal bests 13:12.14 Bob Kennedy, Nike, 5/26/96 (former U.S. best on U.S. soil) 13:12.91 Matt Centrowitz, Oregon, 6/5/82 FCR Bill McChesney, Oregon, 5/16/81 13:15.77 13:19.22 Rudy Chapa, Oregon, UW Dual, 4/7/79 13:27.41 Don Clary, Oregon, 6/7/86

Michael Johnson, USA, 6/19/93 Michael Johnson, USA, 6/24/00 LaShawn Merritt, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/3/08 Wayne Collett, USA, 7/9/72 Butch Reynolds, USA, 6/19/93 LaShawn Merritt, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 Derek Mills, USA, 6/04/95 Jeremy Wariner, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/3/08 John Smith, USA, 6/26/71 Fred Newhouse, USA, 7/7/72

10,000 Meters Kenenisa Bekele, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 26:25.97 PCR 26:46.57 Mohammed Farah, Great Britain, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:48.35 Imane Merga, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:48.99 Josphat Kipkoech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:50.63 Paul Kipngetich Tanui, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:51.09 Zersenay Tadese, Eritrea, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:52.84 Sileshi Sihine, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:54.25 Mathew Kipkoech Kisorio, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:54.64 Mark Kosgey Kiptoo, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 26:55.29 Leonard Patrick Komon, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Other notable American Eugene personal bests 27:16.99 Abdi Abdirahman, USA, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 27:29.90 Henry Rono, Kenya, Nike 10K, 4/10/82 27:30.00 Alberto Salazar, Oregon, Nike 10K, 4/10/82 27:43.11 Galen Rupp, Oregon, Olympic Trials, 7/4/08 27:43.6 Steve Prefontaine, Oregon, Oregon Twilight, 4/27/74

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HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD 110 Meter Hurdles 12.90 (w+1.6) FAR / PCR 12.93 (w+1.2) 12.94 (w+1.8) 12.98 (w+1.5) 12.98 (w+1.2) 13.00 (w+1.8) 13.01 (w+1.2) 13.04 (w+1.4) 13.05 (w+0.9) 13.06 (w+0.0) Wind-aided marks 12.87 (w+2.4) 12.89 (w+3.2) 12.95 (w+3.5) 12.96 (w+2.4) 13.00 (w+3.5) 13.06 (w+3.2) 400 Meter Hurdles 47.69 47.85 47.90 47.91 PCR 47.93 47.93 47.94 47.95 48.03 48.1h 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 8:03.59 PCR 8:03.94 8:05.86 8:06.60 8:08.08 8:08.34 8:08.60 8:09.84 8:10.04 8:10.13 Other notable marks 8:12.39 8:26.83

David Oliver, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Aries Merritt, USA, Olympic Trials (final) 6/30/12 David Oliver, USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Jason Richardson, USA, Olympic Trials (semi), 6/30/12 Jason Richardson, USA, Olympic Trials (final), 6/30/12 Xiang Liu, China, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Aries Merritt, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 David Oliver, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/11 Hansle Parchment, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Xiang Liu, China, 6/4/05 Xiang Liu, China, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 David Oliver, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 David Oliver, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Aries Merritt, USA, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Terrence Trammell, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 David Payne, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Kevin Young, Nike International, 6/18/93 Kevin Young, USA, 6/3/88 Edwin Moses, USA, 6/23/80 Bershawn Jackson, USA, 6/4/05 Jeshua Anderson, Washington State, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Bershawn Jackson, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Angelo Taylor, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 James Carter, USA, 6/4/05 Bershawn Jackson, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Ralph Mann, USA, 7/2/72 Conseslus Kipruto, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Paul Kipsiele Koech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad, France, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Paul Koech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Evan Jager, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Hillary Kipsang Yego, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Abel Kiprop Mital, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Paul Kipsiele Koech, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Henry Rono, Kenya, 6/3/78 Don Clary, Oregon, Washington State Dual, 4/21/79

4x100 Meter Relay 38.53 Florida, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Antwan Wright, Hugh Graham, Leonardo Seymore, Dedric Dukes) 38.54 Alabama, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Alex Sanders, Diondre Batson, Akeem Haynes, Dushane Farrier) 38.58 Texas Christian, NCAA Championships, 6/1/01 (Lindel Frater, David Spencer, Darvis Patton, Kim Collins) 38.66 Tenneesee, NCAA Championships, 5/30/01 (Sean Lambert, Justin Gatlin, Hassaan Stamps, Leonard Scott) 38.69 Auburn, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Jeremy Hardy, Harry Adams, Marcus Rowland, Keenan Brock) 4x400 Meter Relay UCLA, NCAA Championships, 6/4/88 2:59.91 CR (Steve Lewis, Kevin Young, Danny Everett, Henry Thomas) 3:00.68 Florida, NCAA Championships, 6/4/88 (Calvin Long, Dennis Mitchell, Thomas Johnson, Mark Everett) 3:00.89 Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/12/10 (Tran Howell, Demetrius Pinder, Bryan Miller, Tabarie Henry) 3:01.25 Baylor, 6/1/96 (Michael Ford, Raoul Howard, Darrin Strong, Marlon Ramsey) 3:01.34 Florida, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Najee Glass, Hugh Graham, Dedric Dukes, Arman Hall) 4x800 Meter Relay 7:13.7 Olympic Training I, 8/1/70 (Marcel Philippe, Dean Bjerke, Ralph Schulz, Paul Lowell) 4xMile Relay Oregon, 5/9/09 16:03.24 CR (Matthew Centrowitz 3:59.53, Andrew Wheating 3:59.60, Shadrack Biwott 4:05.21, Galen Rupp 3:58.93) 16:05.0 Oregon Track Club, 5/10/68 (Roscoe Divine 4:03.2, Wade Bell 4:01.0, Arne Kvalheim 4:03.3, Dave Wilborn 3:57.5) 16:08.54 Athletics West, 5/4/84 (Dan Aldridge 4:03.4, Doug Padilla 4:04.7, Tom Smith 4:01.9, Chuck Aragon 3:58.6) 16:11.57 Athletics West, 5/4/84 (Larry Mangan 4:04.2, Randy Wilson 4:03.8, Richie Harris 4:05.1, Jim Spivey 3:58.5) Marathon 2:10:20 2:10:20

Key

Jeff Wells, USA, 9/9/79 Tony Sandoval, USA, 9/9/79

World Record American Record CR Collegiate Record FAR Former American Record FCR Former Collegiate Record FWR Former World Record NMR NCAA Meet Record PCR Pre Classic Record WR AR

High Jump 2.40m (7-10.5) PCR 2.37m (7-9.25) 2.36m (7-8.75) 2.36m (7-8.75) 2.35m (7-8.5) 2.34m (7-8) 2.34m (7-8) 2.34m (7-8) 2.34m (7-8) 2.33m (7-7.75) 2.33m (7-7.75) 2.33m (7-7.75) 2.33m (7-7.75)

Mutaz Essa Barshim Qatar, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Jesse Williams, OTC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Erik Kynard, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Derek Drouin, Canada, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Charles Clinger, USA, 5/26/02 Charles Austin, USA, 5/26/96 Jesse Williams, Nike, 5/9/09 Ivan Ukhov, Russia, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Derek Drouin, Indiana, NCAA Championships, 6/7/13 Zhu Jianhua, China, 7/21/84 (Extra trial) Doug Nordquist, USA, 6/21/86 Jim Howard, USA, 6/21/86 Tom Smith, USA, 6/4/88

Pole Vault 6.04m (19-9.75) AR / PCR 6.02m (19-9) FAR 5.95m (19-6.25) 5.95m (19-6.25) 5.92m (19-5) 5.90m (19-4.25) 5.90m (19-4.25) 5.90m (19-4.25) 5.85m (19-2.25) 5.85m (19-2.25) 5.85m (19-2.25) 5.85m (19-2.25)

Brad Walker, USA, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Jeff Hartwig, USA, 6/27/99 Sergey Bubka, Ukraine, 1994 Renaud Lavillenie, France, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Jeff Hartwig, USA, 5/31/88 Brad Walker, USA, 6/4/05 Toby Stevenson, USA, 6/4/05 Bjorn Otto, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Sergey Bubka, Ukraine, 6/5/83 Kory Tarpenning, USA, 7/2/88 Kory Tarpenning, USA, 6/4/94 Lawrence Johnson, USA, 6/24/01

Long Jump 8.74m (28-8.25, w-1.2) PCR 8.63m (28-3.75, w-0.4) 8.49m (27-10.25) 8.49m (27-10.25, w+1.3) 8.41m (27-7.25, w+1.4) 8.39m (27-6.5, w+1.7) 8.38m (27-6, w-0.1) 8.36m (27-5.25, w+1.6) 8.35m (27-4.75, w+1.5) 8.33m (27-4, w+1.9) 8.33m (27-4, w +0.9) 8.33m (27-4, w +1.4) Wind-aided marks 8.67m (28-5.5, w+3.3) 8.63m (28-3.75, w+3.9) 8.57m (28-1.5, w+2.2) 8.53m (28-0, w+4.8) 8.53m (28-0, w+2.2) 8.47m (27-9.5, w+3.4) 8.46m (27-9.25, w+3.2) 8.35m (27-4.75, w+2.2) 8.35m (27-4.75, w+2.9) Triple Jump 17.63m (57-10.25, w+0.0) 17.62m (57-9.75, w+1.9) PCR 17.55m (57-7, w+0.0) 17.48m (57-4.25, w+1.2) 17.43m (57-2.25, w+2.0) 17.42m (57-2, w+1.7) 17.40m (57-1, w+1.5) 17.36m (56-11.5, w+1.3) 17.27m (56-8, w+2.0) 17.26m (56-7.5, w+0.7) 17.26m (56-7.5, w+1.3) Wind-aided marks 17.91m (58-9.25, w+3.2) 17.84m (58-6.5, w+2.3) 17.69m (58-0.5, w+4.2) 17.49m (57-4.75. w+3.5) 17.44m (57-2.75, w+2.9) Shot Put 22.41m (73-6.25) PCR 22.19m (72-9.75) 22.17m (72-9) 22.12m (72-7) 22.10m (72-6.25) 22.09m (72-5.75) 22.02m (72-3) 22.00m (72-2.25) 21.97m (72-1) 21.97m (72-1) Other notable marks 21.92m (71-11.25) FCR

Dwight Phillips, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Irving Saladino, Panama, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Mike Powell, USA, 6/19/93 Irving Saladino, Panama, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Dwight Phillips, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Alexsandr Menkov, Russia, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Joe Greene, USA, 1992 Trevell Quinley, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08 Carl Lewis, USA, 6/20/86 Mike Conley, USA, 6/20/86 Joe Greene, USA, 6/19/93 Marquise Goodman, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 Carl Lewis, USA, 6/20/86 Mike Conley, USA, 6/20/86 Dwight Phillips, Track Star Apparel, U.S. Championships, 6/27/09 Mike Powell, USA, 6/18/93 Mike Powell, USA, 6/19/93 Larry Myricks, USA, 6/20/86 Irving Saldino, Panama, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Dwight Phillips, USA, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Damar Forbes, Louisiana State, NCAA Championships, 6/6/13 Christian Taylor, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 Christian Taylor, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/1 Will Claye, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 Will Claye, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/1 Aarik Wilson, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Charles Simpkins, USA, 1986 Walter Davis, Nike, Pre Classic, 5/28/06 Mike Conley, USA, 6/2/84 Kenny Harrison, USA, 6/17/93 Nathan Douglas, Great Britain, Pre Classic, 5/28/06 Jadel Gregorio, Brazil, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Charles Simpkins, USA, 6/21/86 Mike Conley, USA, 6/21/86 Mike Conley, USA, 6/17/93 Christian Taylor, Florida, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Brandon Roulhac, HPC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 Christian Cantwell, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Kevin Toth, USA, 5/26/02 Christian Cantwell, Nike, Pre Classic, 5/28/06 Adam Nelson, USA, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Reese Hoffa, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08 Adam Nelson, Saucony, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 John Godina, USA, 6/27/99 Reese Hoffa, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 Janus Robberts, South Africa, 6/2/01 Ryan Whiting, Arizona State, 6/12/10 John Brenner, USA, 6/2/84

Discus Ben Plucknett, USA, 6/4/83 (U.S. best on U.S. soil) 71.32m (234-0) AR / PCR 70.98m (232-10) Art Burns, USA, 7/21/84 70.48m (231-0) Mac Wilkins, USA, 5/31/78 69.75m (228-10) Robert Harting, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 69.42m (227-9) Mac Wilkins, USA, 7/21/84 68.68m (222-0) Mac Wilkins, USA, 6/25/80 68.40m (225-4) Robert Harting, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 68.32m (224-2) Mac Wilkins, USA, 6/21/76 68.19m (223-8) Piotr Malachowski, Poland, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 68.00m (223-1) John Powell, USA, 6/25/80 Other notable ancillary marks 71.08m (233-2) Ben Plucknett, USA, June 4, 1983 70.42m (231-0) Mac Wilkins, USA, May 31, 1978 69.50m (228-0) Ben Plucknett, USA, June 4, 1983 69.40m (227-8) Mac Wilkins, USA, May 31, 1978 69.02m (226-5) Mac Wilkins, USA, May 31, 1978 68.56m (224-11) Mac Wilkins, USA, July 21, 1984

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All-Time Top Marks at Hayward Field Hammer 82.65m (271-2) PCR 81.08m (266-0) 80.88m (265-4) 80.86m (265-3) 80.80m (265-1) 80.72m (264-10) 80.35m (263-7) 80.31m (263-6) 80.15m (262-11)

Koji Murofushi, Japan, 6/19/04 Lance Deal, USA, 5/16/92 Lance Deal, USA, 5/31/98 Balazs Kiss, Hungary, 5/31/96 Lance Deal, USA, 5/15/93 Lance Deal, USA, 6/6/92 Lance Deal, USA, 6/25/99 Kibwe Johnson, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Lance Deal, USA, 6/24/00

Javelin 85.23m (279-7) 84.65m (277-8) PCR 83.87m (275-2) 83.78m (274-10) 83.16m (272-10) 82.23m (269-9) 82.06m (269-3) 81.86m (268-7) 81.02m (265-9) 80.80m (268-4)

Beaux Greer, USA, 2001 Vadims Vasilevskis, Latvia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Chris Hill, Georgia, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 Vitezslav Vesely, Czech Republic, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Cyrus Hostetler, Oregon, Pepsi Team Invitational, 4/4/09 Stuart Farquhar, New Zealand, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Mike Hazle, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 Sam Humphries, Texas A&M, Olympic Trials, 6/15/12 Cyrus Hostetler, USA, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Sam Crouser, Oregon, Olympic Trials, 6/25/12

Old implement 95.10m (312-0) 94.06m (308-7) 93.72m (307-6) 92.18m (302-5) 91.16m (299-1)

Brian Crouser, USA, 8/5/85 Duncan Atwood, USA, 7/26/85 Tom Petranoff, USA, 6/4/83 Bob Roggy, USA, 6/5/82 Brian Crouser, USA, 8/2/85

Decathlon 9,039 points WR / AR 8,832 points 8,729 points 8,534 points 8,511 points 8,459 points 8,457 points NMR 8,429 points 8,383 points 8,350 points

Ashton Eaton, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/23/12 Bryan Clay, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/08 Ashton Eaton, OTC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/24/11 Trey Hardee, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/08 Tom Pappas, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/08 Bruce Jenner, USA, 6/26/76 Ashton Eaton, Oregon, NCAA Championships, 6/11/10 Bruce Jenner, USA, 8/10/75 Trey Hardee, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/23/12 Chris Huffins, USA, 6/25/99

400 Meters 49.29 49.34 PCR 49.39 49.62 49.78 49.89 49.95 49.86 49.98 50.01

800 Meters Francine Niyonsaba, Burundi, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 1:56.72 PCR 1:57.37 Alysia Montano, USA, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 1:57.56 Mariya Savinova, Russia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 1:57.57 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 5/25/97 1:57.65 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/24/00 1:57.75 Nancy Langat, Kenya, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 1:57.78 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/19/04 1:57.84 Janeth Busienei, Kenya, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 1:57.98 Jearl Miles-Clark, USA, 5/25/97 1:57.98 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 5/24/03 Mixed race (M&W) 1:56.0 Maria Mutola, Mozambique Fastest on U.S. Soil (mixed M&W race) WR World Record 1:57.0 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/24/94 AR American Record 1:57.7 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 7/9/98

Key

WOMEN 100 Meters 10.70 (w+2.0) PCR 10.78 (w+1.8) 10.78 (w+0.8) 10.82 (w+0.8) 10.83 (w+0.8) 10.85 (w+1.0) 10.86 (w+2.0) 10.87 (w+2.0) 10.87 (w+1.6) 10.88 (w+1.7) Wind-aided marks 10.71 (w+2.2) 10.72 (w+3.0) 10.74 (w+2.7) 10.75 (w+2.2) 10.77 (w+2.1) 10.78 (w+3.3) 10.78 (w+3.3) 10.78 (w+2.2) 10.80 (w+2.87) 10.82 (w+2.2) 10.83 (w+2.7) 10.85 (w+3.2) 10.88 (w+3.1) 200 Meters 21.69 (w+1.0) 21.81 (w+1.6) PCR 22.10 (w+2.0) 22.11 (w+1.0) 22.15 (w+1.0) 22.15 (w+0.6) 22.22 (w+1.0) 22.23 (w+1.0) 22.23 (w+0.8) 22.24 (w+1.8) Wind-aided marks 21.82 (w+5.6) 21.99 (w+5.6) 22.02 (w+3.2) 22.04 (w+3.5) 22.13 (w+3.2) 22.15 (w+2.7) 22.20 (w+5.6) 22.21 (w+5.6) 22.21 (w+3.5) 22.24 (w+2.2)

Sanya Richards-Ross, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/24/12 Ana Guevara, Mexico, 5/24/03 Sanya Richards-Ross, USA, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Amantle Montsho, Botswana, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Novlene Williams-Mills, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Sanya Richards, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/3/08 Tonique Williams-Darling, Bahamas, 6/4/05 Sanya Richards, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Sanya Richards, USA, 6/4/05 Amantle Montsho, Botswana, Pre Classic, 6/1/13

Carmelita Jeter, USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Torri Edwards, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08 Veronica Campbell-Brown, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Shelly-Ann Fraser, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Carmelita Jeter, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Muna Lee, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08 Marshevet Myers, USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Kerron Stewart, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Marshevet Myers, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/09 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/24/11 Blessing Okgbare, Nigeria, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Marion Jones, USA, 5/31/98 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/09 Muna Lee, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/09 Veronica Campbell-Brown, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Pam Marshall, USA, 6/20/86 Gail Devers, USA, 6/17/93 Marshevet Myers, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/24/11 Carmelita Jeter, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09

Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/4/95 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/5/93 Maria Mutola, Mozambique, 6/4/94 Suzy Favor Hamilton, USA, 6/4/95 Mary Slaney, USA, 7/4/85 Lyubov Tsyoma, Russia, 6/5/93

1,500 Meters 3:58.58 PCR 3:59.19 3:59.89 3:59.90 4:00.44 4:00.48 4:00.73 4:00.79 4:01.08 4:01.41

Hellen Onsondo Obiri, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Mary Slaney, USA, 6/4/84 Gelete Burka, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Jenny Barringer, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Gelete Burka, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Gelete Burka, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Gabriela Szabo, Romania, 6/24/00 Suzy Favor Hamilton, USA, 6/24/00 Faith Chepngetich Kipyego, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Nancy Jebet Langat, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/13

Mile 4:21.25 PCR

Mary Slaney, USA, 7/2/88

2,000 Meters 5:31.52 PCR 5:31.88 5:32.7 AR 5:33.43 5:35.20 5:38.11 5:38.34 5:38.80 5:39.19

Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Maryam Jamal, Bahrain, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Mary Slaney, USA, 8/3/84 Linet Masai, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Sally Kipyego, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Pauline Korikwiang, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Amy Yoder-Bagley, USA, Pre Classic, 6/7/09 Annette Peters, USA, 6/6/92 Mary Slaney, USA, 6/6/92

3,000 Meters 8:34.47 PCR 8:35.89 8:39.33 8:39.36 8:39.88 8:42.38 8:42.40 8:42.57 8:42.57 8:43.32

Mariem Alaoui Selsouli, Morocco, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Sofia Assefa, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Sonia O’Sullivan, Ireland, 5/26/96 Marla Runyan, USA, 5/26/02 Sonia O’Sullivan, Ireland, 5/26/02 Mary Slaney, USA, 6/4/83 Amy Rudolph, USA, 5/26/96 Werknesh Kidane, Ethiopia, 5/26/02 Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, 5/26/02 Libbie Hickman, USA, 5/26/96

5,000 Meters 14:33.96 PCR 14:34.07 14:35.44 14:37.01 14:38.73 14:39.71 14:42.01 14:42.51 14:43.68 14:47.71 Other notable marks 14:49.08 15:08.26 FWR

Allyson Felix, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 Marion Jones, USA, 5/30/99 Marion Jones, USA, 6/27/99 Carmelita Jeter, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/12 Shalonda Solomon, Reebok, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Sanya Richards-Ross, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/12 (semis) Sanya Richards-Ross, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/12 (final) Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Allyson Felix, USA, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Carmelita Jeter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Allyson Felix , USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Muna Lee, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Allyson Felix, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Kimberlyn Duncan, Louisiana State, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 Muna Lee, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Kimberlyn Duncan, Louisiana State, NCAA Championships, 6/6/13 Marshevet Hooker, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Lauryn Williams, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Kamara Brown, Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 Pam Marshall, USA, 6/21/86

10,000 Meters 30:24.39 PCR 30:24.85 30:26.70 30:50.16 30:59.97 31:09.28 31:16.65 31:22.69 31:23.43 31:30.37 Other notable marks 31:35.3 FWR

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Collegiate Record Former American Record FCR Former Collegiate Record FWR Former World Record NMR NCAA Meet Record PCR Pre Classic Record CR

1,000 Meters 2:32.33 PCR 2:32.57 2:33.33 2:33.93 2:34.8 FAR 2:35.49

FAR

Vivian Jepkemoi Cheruiyot, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Linet Chepkwemoi Masai, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Mercy Cherono, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Meseret Defar, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Sally Kipyego, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Tirunesh Dibaba, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Mercy Cherono, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Margaret Wangari Muriuki, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Pauline Chemning Korikwiang, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/3/11 Shalane Flanagan, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Mary Decker-Slaney, USA, 6/5/82 Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Florence Kiplagat, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Beleynesh Oljira, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Werknesh Kidane, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Shalane Flanagan, OTC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Aberu Kebede, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Kara Goucher, OTC Elite, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Amy Begley, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 Shalane Flanagan, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/09 Jennifer Rhines, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Mary Decker-Slaney, USA, 7/16/82


HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD 100 Meter Hurdles 12.39 (w+1.7) CR/NMR 12.45 (w+1.4) PCR 12.45 (w+1.7) 12.46 (w+0.7) 12.47 (w+1.2) 12.48 (w+1.7) 12.50 (w+1.8) 12.51 (w+1.4) 12:51 (w+1.3) 12.53 (w+1.2) Wind-aided marks 12.29 (w+2.7) 12.29 (w+3.8) 12.36 (w+2.2) 12.37 (w+3.4) 12.44 (w+3.2) 12.47 (w+2.2) 12.47 (w+3.4) 12.48 (w+3.2) 12.49 (w+2.6) 12.51 (w+2.7) 12.51 (w+2.5) 12.53 (w+3.1) 12.53 (w+3.4)

Brianna Rollins, Clemson, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 Brigitte Foster-Hylton, Jamaica, 5/24/03 Lolo Jones, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Perdita Felicien, Canada, 6/19/04 Brianna Rollins, Clemson, NCAA Championships, 6/6/13 Damu Cherry, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Kellie Wells, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Miesha McKelvy-Jones, USA, 5/24/03 Michelle Perry, USA, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Dawn Harper, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Gail Devers, USA, 5/26/02 Lolo Jones, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Dawn Harper, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Danielle Carruthers, USA, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Damu Cherry, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Virginia Powell, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Virginia Powell, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Michelle Perry, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Damu Cherry, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/27/09 Miesha McKelvy, USA, 5/26/02 Kellie Wells, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Joanna Hayes, USA, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Kellie Wells, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/25/11

400 Meter Hurdles 53.03 PCR 53.21 NMR 53.31 53.45 53.56 53.70 53.72 53.78 53.78 53.96

Lashinda Demus, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Kori Carter, Stanford, NCAA Championships, 6/7/13 Lashinda Demus, USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Kaliese Spencer, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Melanie Walker, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Zuzana Hejnova, Czech Republic, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Georganne Moline, Arizona, NCAA Championships, 6/7/13 Lashinda Demus, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/27/09 Kaliese Spencer, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Sandra Farmer-Patrick, USA, 6/18/93

2,000 Meter Steeplechase 6:19.09 6:25.31 6:26.66 6:29.66 6:32.65

Bridget Franek, USA, Oregon Preview, 3/19/13 Bridget Franek, USA, Oregon Preview, 3/19/11 Bridget Franek, USA, Oregon Preview, 3/18/12 Lisa Nye, USA, 7/26/01 Lisa Nye, USA, 7/1/00

3,000 Meter Steeplechase 9:13.69 PCR 9:15.45 9:15.45 9:24.24 9:25.28 CR 9:26.70 9:27.59 FAR 9:29.38 9:29.61 9:30.05

Milcah Chemos, Kenya, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Sofia Assefa, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Hiwot Ayalew, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Barbara Parker, Great Britain, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Emma Coburn, Colorado, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Milcah Cheywa, Kenya, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Anna Willard, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/3/08 Jennifer Barringer, Colorado, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Marta Dominguez, Spain, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Sofia Assefa, Ethiopia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10

4x100 Meter Relay 42.76 Louisiana State, 5/29/96 (Astia Walker, Kwajelein Butler, Zundra Feagin- ALexander, D’Andre Hill) 42.82 Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/12/10 (Jeneba Tarmoh, Porscha Lucas, Dominique Duncan, Elizabeth Adoti) 42.84 Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/5/13 (LaKedria Stewart, Ashton Purvis, Kamaria Brown, Ashley Collier) 42.88 Texas, NCAA Championships, 5/31/91 (Stacey Clack, Tamela Saldana, Michelle Williams, Carlette Guidry) 42.88 Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (LaKedria Stewart, Ashton Purvis, Kamaria Brown, Ashley Collier) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:27.09 Arkansas, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Chrishuna Williams, Sparkle McKnight, Gwendolyn Flowers, Regina George) FCR 3:27.50 Texas, NCAA Championships, 6/1/96 (Dana Riley, Suziann Reid, Donna Howard, Toya Brown) 3:37.59 Texas A&M, NCAA Championships, 6/8/13 (Olivia Ekpone, Ibukun Mayungbe, LaKeidra Stewart, Kamaria Brown) 3:27.72 Florida State, NCAA Championships, 6/1/84 (Janet Davis, Brenda Cliette, Randy Givens, Marita Payne) 4x800 Meter Relay 8:23.56 Athletics West, 5/4/84 (Lee Arbogast 2:06.0y, Sue Addison 2:07.3y, Jill Haworth 2:09.1y, Mary Slaney 2:01.2y) Marathon 2:26:11 2:38.19 FWR

Joan Benoit, USA, 9/12/82 Jacqueline Hansen, USA, 10/12/75, then-WR

20,000 Meter Race Walk 1:32:49 1:33.17

Michelle Rohl, USA, 6/24/01 Michelle Rohl, Moving Comfort, 6/26/99

High Jump 2.02m (6-7.5) PCR 2.01m (6-7) 2.01m (6-7) CR 2.00m (6-6.75) 1.99m (6-6.25) 1.99m (6-6.25) 1.98m (6-6) 1.98m (6-6)

Anna Chicherova, Russia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Chaunte Lowe, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 Brigetta Barrett, Arizona, Olympic Trials, 6/30/12 Svetlana Shkolina, Russia, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Tisha Waller, USA, 6/26/99 Yelena Slesarenko, Russia, Pre Classic, 5/28/06 Amy Acuff, USA, 5/27/01 Tisha Waller, USA, 5/24/03

Pole Vault 4.92m (16-1.75) AR 4.72m (15-5.75) PCR 4.70m (15-5) 4.68m (15-4.25) 4.65m (15-3) 4.65m (15-3) 4.63m (15-2.25) 4.62m (15-1.75) 4.62m (15-1.75) 4.61m (15-1.5) Other notable marks 4.60m (15-1) FCR

Jennifer Stuczynski, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/6/08 Stacy Dragila, USA, 5/26/02 Stacy Dragila, USA, 6/19/04 Anna Rogowska, Poland, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Jennifer Stuczynski, adidas, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 Kylie Hutson, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Fabiana Murer, Brazil, Pre Classic, 6/2/12 Stacy Dragila, USA, 6/23/01 Stacy Dragila, USA, 5/24/03 Stacy Dragila, USA, 5/27/01 Chelsea Johnson, UCLA, Pac-10 Champs, 5/14/06

Long Jump 7.31m (23-11.75, w+1.9) PCR Marion Jones, USA, 5/31/98 7.19m (23-7.25, w+1.8) Brittney Reese, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 7.15m (23-5.5, w+1.0) Brittney Reese, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 7.10m (23-3.5, w+1.6) Chelsea Hayes, Louisiana Tech, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 7.03m (23-0.75, w+1.7) Janay DeLoach, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 7.02m (23-0.5, w+2.0) Jackie Joyner-Kersee, USA, 6/19/93 7.00m (22-11.75, w+2.0) Jodi Anderson, USA, 6/28/80 6.97m (22-10.5, w+1.9) Marion Jones, USA, 6/24/00 6.97m (22-10.5, w+2.0) Janay DeLoach, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 6.97m (22-10.5, w+1.0) Vashti Thomas, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/12 6.97m (22-10.5, w+1.2) Whitney Gipson, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 Wind-aided marks 7.15m (23-5.5, w+2.1) Janay DeLoach, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/12 7.09m (23-3.25, w+3.1) Brittney Reese, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/28/09 7.08m (23-2.75, w+2.4) Janay DeLoach, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 7.07m (23-2.5, w+3.4) Jackie Joyner-Kersee, USA, 6/16/93 7.02m (23-0.5, w+3.3) Maurren Maggi, Brazil, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Other notable ancillary marks 7.06m (23-2, w+1.9) Brittney Reese, USA, Olympic Trials, 7/1/12 7.02m (23-0.5, w+1.7) Brittney Reese, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/26/11 Triple Jump 14.98m (49-1.75, w+0.6) PCR Olha Saladuha, Ukraine, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 14.85m (48-8.75, w+1.7) Olha Saladuha, Ukraine, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.83m (48-8, w+1.4) Caterine Ibarguen, Colombia, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.62m (47-11.75, w-0.4) Nadezhda Alekhina, Russia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 14.45m (47-5, w-0.4) Olga Rypakova, Kazakhstan, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 14.38m (47-2.25, w+1.4) Shani Marks, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 14.33m (47-0.25, w-0.3) Erica McLain, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 14.31m (46-11.5, w+0.6) Dana Veldakova, Slovakia, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.25m (46-9, w+1.0) Kimberly Williams, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.23m (46-8.25, w+0.1) Keila Costa, Brazil, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Wind-aided marks 14.93m (48-11.75, w+2.1) Caterine Ibarguen, Colombia, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.78m (48-6, w+2.7) Kimberly Williams, Jamaica, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.32m (47-0.75, w+2.1) Shani Marks, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/27/08 14.30m (46-11, w+2.9) Shakeema Welsch, USA, U.S. Championships, 6/26/09 14.27m (46-10.0, w+3.5) Shakeema Welsch, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/29/08 Other notable ancillary marks 14.72m (48-3.5, w+0.5) Olha Saladuha, Ukraine, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.70m (48-2.75, w+1.6) Olha Saladuha, Ukraine, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 14.65m (48-0.75, w+1.9) Olha Saladuha, Ukraine, Pre Classic, 6/1/13 Shot Put 20.59m (67-6.75) PCR 20.15m (66-1.5) 20.12m (66-0.15) 19.86m (65-2) 19.85m (65-1.5) 19.76m (64-10) 19.65m (64-5.75) 19.30m (63-4) 19.19m (62-11)

Nadzeya Ostapchuk, Belarus, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Valerie Adams, New Zealand, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Lijao Gong, China, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Michelle Carter, Nike, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Jillian Camarena-Williams, NYAC, U.S. Championships, 6/23/11 Jillian Camarena-Williams, USA, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Michelle Carter, USA, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Jillian Camarena-Williams, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/12 Connie Price-Smith, USA, 1997

Discus 66.92m (219-6) PCR 65.35m (214-5)

Sandra Perkovic, Croatia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Lisa Marie Vizaniari, Australia, 2000

Hammer 75.98m (249-3) PCR 75.93m (249-1) 75.60m (248-0) 75.21m (246-9) 74.95m (245-10) 74.87m (245-7) 74.73m (245-2) 74.19m (243-5) 73.93m (242-6) 73.73m (241-10)

Tatyana Lysenko, Russia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 (U.S. Soil Record) Betty Heidler, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Anita Wlodarczyk, Poland, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Betty Heidler, Germany, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Tatyana Lysenko, Russia, Pre Classic, 6/1/12 Betty Heidler, Germany, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Anita Wlodarczyk, Poland, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Jessica Cosby, USA, Pre Classic, 6/12/12 Betty Heidler, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/8/08 Ivana Brkljacic, Croatia, Pre Classic, 6/8/08

Javelin 67.60m (221-9) 65.90m (216-2) PCR 65.48m (214-10) 65.30m (214-3) 65.20m (213-11) 64.87m (212-10) 64.40m (211-3) 63.95m (209-10) 63.80m (209-4) 63.00m (206-8) Old Implement 66.58 (218-5) Heptathlon 6,770 points 6,667 points

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Christina Obergfoll, Germany, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Kara Patterson, USA, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Christina Obergföll, Germany, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Maria Abakumova, Russia, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Barbora Spotakova, Czech Republic, Pre Classic, 6/10/07 Barbora Špotáková, Czech Republic, Pre Classic, 6/4/11 Martina Ratej, Slovakia, Pre Classic, 7/3/10 Kara Patterson, USA, U.S. Championships, 6/27/09 Kimberly, Mickle, Australia, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Sunette Viljoen, South Africa, Pre Classic, 5/31/13 Anna Verouli, Greece, 9/25/82 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, USA, 6/16/93 Hyleas Fountain, USA, Olympic Trials, 6/28/08


HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD

Meet Records at Hayward Field - Men Oregon Preview

100 Meters 10.33 Andrew Banks, Oregon 200 Meters 21.04 Phil Alexander, Oregon 400 Meters 46.80 Pat Johnson, Oregon 800 Meters 1:46.86 Tyler Mulder, OTC Elite 1,500 Meters 3:41.96 Mike Miller, Army WCAP 3,000 Meters 7:52.64 Chris Thompson, OTC Elite 5,000 Meters 14:00.78 Mike Blackmore, Adidas 10,000 Meters 28:13.33 Alberto Salazar, Oregon 110 Meter Hurdles 13.68 Johnathan Cabral, Oregon 400 Meter Hurdles 51.24 Bob Gray, Oregon Int. 2,000 Meter Steeplechase 5:40.20 Ben Bruce, OTC Elite 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 8:37.56 Don Clary, Team Adidas 4x100 Meter Relay 40.35 Oregon (Mathis, Delaney, Kelley, Thomas) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:08.45 Oregon Track Club Elite (Mulder, Koech, Wieczorek, Scherer) Mile Relay 3:14.2 Oregon (Davis, Bowen, Braithwaite, Hagmeier) 2-Mile Relay  7:35.44 Oregon State (Oldfield, Whitted, Hassan, Fricker) Distance Medley Relay 9:38.85 Oregon (Brox, Wright, Mack, Hill) 4-Mile Relay 16:53.75 Oregon (McGuirk, Morrisette, Myers, Kuphaldt) High Jump 2.24m/7-4.5 Eugene Hutchinson, Unattached Pole Vault 5.79m/19-0 Tommy Skipper, Oregon Long Jump 7.73m/25-4.5 Latin Berry, Oregon Triple Jump 16.12m/52-10.75 Spencer Williams, Oregon Int. Shot Put 20.05m/65-9.5 Dean Crouser, Oregon Discus 62.91m/206-5 Mac Wilkins, Athletics West Hammer 78.56m/257-9 Lance Deal, New York AC Javelin 74.14m/243-3 Brian Crouser, New York AC Attendance 5,962

Pepsi Team Invitational

100 Meters 10.30 Slip Watkins, Louisiana State Augustin Olobia, Washington State Gerald Phiri, Texas A&M 200 Meters 20.60 Prezel Hardy, Jr., Texas A&M 400 Meters 45.57 Pat Johnson, Oregon 800 Meters 1:48.55 Mark Macinko, Colorado 1,500 Meters 3:39.15 Kevin Sullivan, Michigan 3,000 Meters 7:50.39 Dathan Ritzenhein, Colorado 5,000 Meters 13:42.90 Adam Goucher, Colorado 110 Meter Hurdles 13.70 Eric Mitchum, Oregon 400 Meter Hurdles 50.43 Mikael Jakobsson, Minnesota 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 8:32.94 Henry Lelei, Texas A&M 4x100 Meter Relay 39.24 Washington State (Ogbeide, Li, Burroughs, Olobia) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:05.69 Texas A&M (Miller, Dykhuizen, Henry, Howell) Mile Relay 3:08.45 Nebraska (Trainor, Marsee, Jackson, Waller) High Jump 2.21m/7-3.25 Greg Jones, Washington State Pole Vault 5.50m/18-0.5 Jay Davis, Oregon Piotr Buciarski, Oregon Scott Roth, Washington Long Jump 7.93m/26-0.25 Latin Berry, Oregon Triple Jump 16.29m/53-5.5 John Tillman, Tennessee Shot Put 20.17m/66-2.25 Noah Bryant, USC Discus 61.89m/203-1 John Nichols, Louisiana State Hammer 69.51m/228-1 Stefan Jonsson, Washington State Javelin 83.15m/272-10 Cyrus Hostetler, Oregon Attendance 6,149

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Oregon Relays

(formerly Oregon Invitational) 100 Meters 10.27 200 Meters 20.46 400 Meters 45.63 800 Meters 1:46.79 1,500 Meters 3:37.83 Mile 3:58.16 3,000 Meters 8:23.32 5,000 Meters 13:25.81 10,000 Meters 28:11.72 110 Meter Hurdles 13.68 400 Meter Hurdles 50.44 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 8:24.72 4x100 Meter Relay 39.80 4x400 Meter Relay 3:09.24 Sprint Medley Relay 3:24.61 2-Mile Relay 7:26.13 Distance Medley Relay 9:47.23 4-Mile Relay 16:08.54 High Jump    2.30m/7-6.5 Pole Vault   5.70m/18-8.25 Long Jump   7.86m/25-9.5 Triple Jump 16.45m/53-11.75 Shot Put   20.14m/66-1 Discus 64.15m/210-5 Hammer 79.52m/260-10 Javelin 80.86m/265-3 Decathlon   8,059 Attendance 7,344 6,754

Pat Johnson, Oregon Pat Johnson, Oregon Cory Nelson, Boise State Tyler Mulder, OTC Elite Andrew Wheating, Oregon Andrew Wheating, Oregon Stuart Eagon, Beaverton HS Dathan Ritzenhein, Nike Paul McCloy, Memorial TC Rod Jett, Goldwin TC Ashton Eaton, Oregon Brett Guymon, Utah State Farley Gerber, Weber State Washington (Boase, Fredrickson, Turner, Hamilton ) Oregon (Dillon, Eaton, Alexander, Barlow) Accusplit TC (Henley, Cowling, Whitlock, Fricker) Athletics West (Tufariello, Redwine, Aragon, Wilson) Athletics West (Mangan, Hanlon, Smith, Jensen) Athletics West (Aldridge, Padilla,Smith, Aragon) Rick Noji, Unattached Tim Bright, Athletics West Latin Berry, Oregon Joseph Taiwo, Unattached Dylan Armstrong, Kamloops Doug Reynolds, Unattached Lance Deal, New York AC Mike Hazle, Unattached Sheldon Blockburger, Unattached Day Two Day One

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100 Meters 10.31 Pat Johnson, Oregon 200 Meters 21.00 Phil Alexander, Lane CC 400 Meters 46.06 Matt Scherer, OTC Elite 800 Meters 1:4515 Boaz Lalang, Rend Lake College 1,500 Meters 3:38.60 Andrew Wheating, Oregon Mile 3:55.31 Dub Myers, Oregon 3,000 Meters 7:37.7 Rudy Chapa, Oregon 2-mile 8:29.46 Ritchie Harris, Athletics West 5,000 Meters 13:22.23 Dathan Ritzenhein, Nike 10,000 Meters 27:43.6 Steve Prefontaine, Oregon TC 110 Meter Hurdles 13.52 Ashton Eaton, OTC Elite 400 Meter Hurdles 50.89 Brian Wright, Oregon 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 8:30.7 Danny Lopez, Mizuno 4x100 Meter Relay 39.87 Oregon (Del Rincon, Scherer, Jones, Kent) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:12.13 OTC Elite (Hicks, Shaw, Scherer, Wieczorek) 4x1-Mile Relay 16:03.24 Oregon (Centrowitz, Wheating, Biwott, Rupp) Distance Medley Relay 9:26.07 Oregon Track Club Elite (Symmonds, Eaton, Mulder, Wheating) High Jump    2.34m/7-8 Jesse Williams, Nike Pole Vault   5.80m/19-0.25 Kory Tarpenning, Pac. Coast Long Jump   7.96m/26-1.5 Bouncy Moore, Oregon Triple Jump   16.40m/53-9.75 Spencer Williams, Unattached Gregg Bleakney, Oregon Shot Put   20.64m/67-8.75 Neil Steinhauer, U.S. Army Discus 63.01m/206-8 Mitch Crouser, MUSA Hammer 81.09m/266-0 Lance Deal, New York AC Javelin 78.04m/256-0 Brian Crouser, Team Nike Attendance 7,012

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HISTORIC HAYWARD FIELD

Meet Records at Hayward Field - Women Oregon Preview

100 Meters     11.72 Geronne Black, Portland State 200 Meters     24.14 Kelly Blair, Nike 400 Meters     53.96 Amber Purvis, Oregon 800 Meters   2:04.74 Rebekah Noble, Oregon 1,500 Meters   4:10.71 Sally Kipyego, OTC Elite 3,000 Meters   8:51.07 Sally Kipyego, OTC Elite 5,000 Meters  16:42.00 Molly Morton, Oregon 10,000 Meters 33:56.20 Bente Moe, Seattle Pacific 100 Meter Hurdles     13.92 Kelly Blair, Oregon 400 Meter Hurdles   59.95 Jamesha Youngblood, Oregon 2,000 Meter Steeplechase 6:19.09 Bridget Franek, OTC Elite 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 11:01.46 Tanya VanderMeulen, Idaho 4x100 Meter Relay     44.29 Oregon (Newson, Purvis, Prandini, Gardner) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:44.85 Oregon (Gosberry, Okodogbe, Roesler, Francis) Mile Relay   3:48.4 Oregon (Batiste, Stapleton, Warren, Massey) Oregon (Harding,Jampolsky,Church,Setterholm) High Jump    1.82m/6-0 Joni Huntley, Oregon State Julie Van Pelt, Seattle Pacific Pole Vault 4.30m/14-1.25 Melissa Gergel, Oregon Long Jump   6.07m/19-11 Teresa Smith, Sports West Triple Jump   12.94m/42-5.5 Simidele Adeagbo, Team XO Shot Put   15.76m/51-8.5 Nuna Abashidze, Kajaks TC Discus 55.77m/183-0 Annie Hess, Concordia (Ore.) Hammer 70.73m/232-1 Britney Henry, ASTF Javelin 56.23m/184-6 Rachel Yurkovich, Oregon Attendance 5,962

Pepsi Team Invitational

100 Meters 11.0-h Carol Rodridguez, USC 11.41 Amber Purvis, Oregon 200 Meters 23.09 Amber Purvis, Oregon 400 Meters 51.64 Jessica Beard, Texas A&M 800 Meters 2:03.11 Rebekah Noble, Oregon 1,500 Meters 4:12.38 Lisa Graham, Nebraska 3,000 Meters 9:12.15 Penny Graves, Oregon 5,000 Meters 15:36.90 Alex Kosinski, Oregon 100 Meter Hurdles 13.10 Gabby Mayo, Texas A&M 400 Meter Hurdles 56.54 Schowonda Williams, Louisiana State 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 10:07.78 Marie Lawrence, Washington 4x100 Meter Relay 43.61 Texas A&M (Stewart, Ekponé, Duncan, Collier) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:35.04 Oregon (P. Francis, Gosberry, Okodogbe, Roesler) High Jump 1.87m/6-2 Tammy Thurman, Nebraska Pole Vault 4.37m/14-4 Katerina Stefanidi, Stanford Long Jump 6.52m/21-4.75 Angee Henry, Nebraska Triple Jump 13.67m/44-10.25 Shani Marks, Minnesota Shot Put 17.22m/56-6 Valeyta Althouse, UCLA Discus 62.35m/204-7 Aretha Hill, Washington Hammer 66.67m/218-9 Eva Orban, USC Javelin 57.27m/187-11 Rachel Yurkovich, Oregon Attendance 6,149

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Oregon Relays

(formery Oregon Invitational) 100 Meters     11.60 200 Meters     23.13 400 Meters     53.55 800 Meters   2:02.04 1,500 Meters   4:06.23 3,000 Meters   9:03.32 5,000 Meters 15:16.86 10,000 Meters 31:44.38 100 Meter Hurdles     13.41 400 Meter Hurdles     55.35 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 9:59.61 4x100 Meter Relay     43.82 4x400 Meter Relay   3:39.23 Sprint Medley Relay   1:41.46 2-Mile Relay   8:23.56 Distance Medley Relay 12:23.2 4-Mile Relay 18:39.58 High Jump    1.90m/6-2.75 Pole Vault 4.41m/14-5.5 Long Jump   6.67m/21-10.75 Triple Jump   13.66m/44-9.75 Shot Put   17.46m/57-3.5 Discus 65.04m/213-4 Hammer 67.49m/221-5 Javelin 58.25m/191-1 Heptathlon 5,768 Attendance 7,344 6,754

Oregon Twilight

Mandy White, Oregon 2011 Amber Purvis, Oregon 2011 Camara Jones, Unattached 1994 Geena Gall, OTC Elite 2011 Sally Kipyego, OTC Elite 2011 Christine McMiken, Oklahoma State 1986 Kara Goucher, Nike 2007 Annette Peters, Nike Int. 1995 Alyssa Monteverde, Oregon 2013 Sandra Glover, Nike 2000 Carrie Messner, Asics 2006 Oregon 2011 (White, Purvis, Newson, Gardner) Oregon 2009 (Baker, Purvis, Worthen, Youngblood) Florida State 1984 (Finn, Cliette, Givens, Payne) Athletics West 1984 (Arbogast, Addison, Haworth, Decker) Washington 1985 (Williams,Ichikawa,Lindgren,Bolender) Oregon 1985 (Bushnell,Warren,Hayes,Groenendaal) Vicki Borsheim, Westwood TC 1990 Becky Holliday, New Balance 2004 Akiba McKinney, Nike, 2008 Simidele Adeagbo, Team XO/Nike 2006, 2008 Meg Ritchie, Team Adidas 1984 Meg Ritchie, Team Adidas 1984 Britney Henry, Oregon 2006 Rachel Yurkovich, Oregon 2008 Kelly Blair, Oregon 1994 Day Two 2013 Day One 2011

100 Meters 11.75 Jernise Saunders, Portland State 200 Meters 23.53 Judi Brown, Team Nike 400 Meters 52.62 Maria Mutola, Nike 800 Meters 2:01.28 Claudette Groenendaal, Oregon 1,500 Meters 4:07.50 Maria Mutola, Mozambique 3,000 Meters 8:54.84 Shayne Culpepper, Nike 5,000 Meters 15:07.66 Marla Runyan, Asics 100 Meter Hurdles 13.39 Cindy Greiner, Athletics West 400 Meter Hurdles 57.27 Judi Brown, Team Nike 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 9:39.77 Bridget Franek, OTC Elite 4x100 Meter Relay 44.24 Oregon (White, Purvis, Baker, Youngblood) 4x400 Meter Relay 3:49.39 Boise State (Bolstad, Dewey, Fougler, Legard) Mile Relay 3:44.17 Oregon (Nelson,Otterstedt,Morris,Hilsenteger) High Jump   1.89m/6-2.25 Denise Gaztambide, Unattached Pole Vault 4.30m/14-1.25 Becky Holliday, New Balance Niki McEwen, Unattached Long Jump   6.53m/21-5.25 Shana Williams, Adidas Triple Jump   13.69m/44-7.5 Simidele Adeago, Nike Shot Put   17.91m/58-9.25 Sarah Stevens, Shore AC Discus 57.78m/189-7 Kathy Picknell, Bud Light Hammer 68.46m/224-7 Britney Henry, Adidas Javelin 59.31m/194-7 Dana Pounds, USAF/Nike Attendance 7,012

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2013 REVIEW

A Return to the Podium The Men of Oregon continued their resurgence nationally by earning a trophy at the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the first time in three years. The Ducks were buoyed by middle distance national championships from Elijah Greer and Mac Fleet, but also showed a wide range of depth by scoring in the 10,000 meters, 110 meter hurdles, hammer, javelin and the 4x400 meter relay. Greer had one of the most impressive seasons in school history. He became the first Duck to win NCAA 800 meter titles both indoors and outdoors in the same year. In February, he timed the second-fastest indoor 800 in school history, 1:46.73, before going on to take the NCAA indoor title in 1:47.13. That helped Oregon place sixth overall. Outdoors, Greer did not lose an 800 final outdoors during the collegiate season. He won his second straight Pac-12 800 meter title by more than a second, running 1:49.48. He then closed out his collegiate career in impressive fashion, claiming his first NCAA outdoor crown in 1:46.58. He went on to finish fourth in the 800 at the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

Elijah Greer

Fleet, running outdoors for the first time since 2010, completed his remarkable comeback from foot injuries with a surprising NCAA title at 1,500 meters. He got the season off to a slow start, but did qualify for the NCAA Indoor meet in the mile. Outdoors, his year began to heat up during the championship season. After taking third in the 1,500 at the Pac-12 Championships, he found another gear at the NCAA meet. He impressed by running 3:41.21 in the semifinals, before outkicking the field in a sluggish final to win in 3:50.25. Following the collegiate season, he was the top collegian in the 1,500 at the U.S. Track & Field Championships, and then wen on to run a personal best 3:38.35 (No. 8 in school history) at the Harry Jerome Classic in Vancouver, B.C., in July. Johnathan Cabral, Sam Crouser, Dakotah Keys, Greg Skipper and Parker Stinson were also consistent performers for the Ducks in 2013. Crouser was the Pac-12 champion in the javelin (249-4) and finished third at the NCAA meet. Keys had one of the Ducks’ more impressive performances of the year at the Pac-12 meet, where he won the decathlon by just three points. He also went over 8,000 points - 8,001 - for the first time in his career in winning the 2013 league crown. Skipper, just a freshman, was another Duck who successfully overcame an injury the previous season. He was the Pac-12 runner-up in the hammer (222-6, No. 4 in school history), before taking fourth at the NCAA Championships (219-11).

Austin Ouderkirk

Cabral proved exceptionally reliable in the hurdles in 2013. Indoors, he won the MPSF 60 meter title (7.77) and finished sixth at the NCAA Indoor meet (7.73, which was the second-fastest in school history). Outdoors, Cabral played a vital role in the Oregon’s Pac-12 title as he was the runner-up in both the 110 (13.52) and 400 meter hurdles (50.50). His 400 hurdle time was the sixth best in school history. Cabral went on to place fifth in the 110 hurdles at the NCAA Championship (13.41). Cabral also ran the nation’s fastest time in the 110 meter hurdles, a wind-aided mark of 13.33 at the Stanford Invitational. Stinson was another important key to the Pac-12 win as the runner-up in the 10,000 meters (28:56.20). He was sixth in that event at the NCAA meet (29:46.45). Earlier in the year at Stanford, Stinson ran a personal best 28:34.71, No. 7 on the UO career list. One of the Ducks’ most memorable performances came in the final event of the Pac-12 meet, where the Men of Oregon captured their first conference title in the 4x400 meter relay since 1934. The team of Kevin Anding, Arthur Delaney, Jack Galpin and Mike Berry won in 3:05.63. That squad would go on to finish third at the NCAA Championships in 3:03.61, No. 4 in school history. Oregon’s diversity was its most dominating factor in winning its seventh straight league crown. Trevor Ferguson epitomized that depth by finishing second in the long jump (24-6.25) and third in the 110 hurdles (14.37). The Ducks also saw a runner-up finish from Berry in the 400, and counted a third place showing from Ethan Powell in the javelin. Others who impressed as first time scorers at the conference level were freshman Matthew Melancon in the 10,000 meters (fourth), Anding in the 400 (fifth), senior Tyler Pinkney in the triple jump (sixth) and senior Miles Walk in the hammer (seventh).

Miles Walk

Oregon football players De’Anthony Thomas, Dior Mathis and B.J. Kelley also got into the act along with Arthur Delaney to help the 4x100 relay team finish third (40.00).

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2013 Men’s Featured Performances OUTDOOR 100 meters Arthur Delaney, So. De’Anthony Thomas, So. Dior Mathis, So.

Mark 10.30 10.31w 10.51w

Date 5/11 3/16 3/16

200 meters Arthur Delaney, So. De’Anthony Thomas, So.

Mark 20.80 21.17

Date 4/20 3/16

400 meters Mike Berry, Jr. Kevin Anding, Sr. Jack Galpin, Fr.

Mark 45.14 46.37 47.72

Date 5/12 5/12 5/11

800 meters Elijah Greer, Sr. Mac Fleet, Jr. Boru Guyota, Jr.

Mark 1:45.16 1:46.32 1:48.83

Date 6/21 7/5 5/3

1,500 meters Mac Fleet, Jr. Trevor Dunbar, Jr. Brett Johnson, Sr. Patrick Todd, Sr. Chad Noelle, So. Matt Miner, Sr. Jeramy Elkaim, Fr. Elijah Greer, Sr. Chris Brewer, Fr. Colby Alexander, So.

Mark 3:38.35 u-3:38.38 u-3:39.91 3:40.88 3:41.84 3:42.60 3:42.83 3:43.56 3:44.18 3:44.23

Date 7/1 7/5 5/17 7/5 5/8 3/29 4/20 3/29 5/11 5/11

Mile Trevor Dunbar, Jr.

Mark u-3:59.06

Date 7/15

5,000 meters Parker Stinson, Jr. Jeramy Elkaim, Fr.

Mark 13:31.70 13:57.24

Date 4/28 4/6

10,000 meters Parker Stinson, Jr. Matthew Melancon, Fr. Ryan Pickering, Fr.

Mark 28:34.71 29:31.82 29:48.52

Date 3/29 3/29 4/19

110-meter Hurdles Johnathan Cabral, So. Trevor Ferguson, So.

Mark 13.33w 14.32

Date 3/30 5/12

400-meter Hurdles Johnathan Cabral, So.

Mark 50.50

Date 5/12

3,000 meter Steeplechase Cole Watson, Jr.

Mark 9:12.30

Date 4/20

4x100-meter Relay Mathis, Delaney, Kelley, Thomas

Mark 39.89

Date 5/5

4x400-meter Relay Galpin, Delaney, Anding, Berry

Mark 3:03.61

Date 5/8

High Jump Bradley Laubacher, Fr. 2.11m

Mark 6-11

Date 5/3

Pole Vault Austin Ouderkirk, Sr. 5.20m Matt Hidalgo, Fr. 5.20m

Mark 17-0.75 17-0.25

Date 5/25 5/3

Long Jump Trevor Ferguson, So. 7.58m

Mark 24-10.5

Date 4/20

Triple Jump Tyler Pinkney, Sr. 15.28m Trevor Ferguson, So. 15.21m

Mark 50-1.75w 49-11

Date 4/20 4/20

Shot Put Ryan Hunter-Simms, Fr. 16.30m

Mark Date 53-5.75 4/19, 4/20

Discus Sam Crouser, So. 54.56m

Mark 179-0

Date 4/26

Hammer Throw Greg Skipper, Fr. 67.81m Miles Walk, Sr. 60.02m

Mark 222-6 196-11

Date 5/12 5/12

Javelin Sam Crouser, So. 78.53m Ethan Powell, Jr. 67.88m Dakotah Keys, So. 66.81m

Mark 257-8 222-8 219-2

Date 5/25 5/11 5/5

Decathlon Dakotah Keys, So. Blake Kemp, Fr.

Mark 8,001 7,019

Date 5/4-5 3/27-28

60 meters Arthur Delaney, So. Dior Mathis, Jr.

Mark 6.78 6.79

Date 1/26 2/22

200 meters Arthur Delaney, So.

Mark 21.26

Date 2/9

400 meters Mike Berry, Jr. Jack Galpin, So.

Mark 45.64 48.15

Date 3/8 2/23

800 meters Elijah Greer, Jr. Boru Guyota, Jr.

Mark 1:46.73 1:47.42

Date 2/23 2/23

Mile Brett Johnson, Jr. Mac Fleet, Jr. Matt Miner, Sr. Jeramy Elkaim, So. Chad Noelle, Fr. Elijah Greer, Jr.

Mark 3:58.62 3:58.90 3:59.01 3:59.18 3:59.57 4:01.51

Date 2/9 3/2 2/23 2/23 2/9 1/26

5,000 meters Jeramy Elkaim, So.

Mark 13:39.35

Date 2/8

60-meter Hurdles Johnathan Cabral, So.

Mark 7.73

Date 3/8

4x400 Meter Relay Galpin, Delaney, Greer, Berry

Mark 3:09.25

Date 2/9

Distance Medley Relay Miner, Delaney, Guyota, Johnson

Mark 9:31.91

Date 3/1

High Jump Dakotah Keys, Jr. 2.02m

Mark 6-7.5

Date 3/8

Pole Vault Austin Ouderkirk, Sr. 5.13m Matt Hidalgo, Fr. 5.13m

Mark 16-10 16-10

Date 2/23 2/23

Long Jump Trevor Ferguson, So. 7.23m

Mark 23-8.75

Date 2/22

Triple Jump Trevor Ferguson, So. 14.64m Tyler Pinkney, Jr. 14.63m

Mark 48-0.5 48-0

Date 2/9 1/12

Shot Put Sam Crouser, So. 17.62m

Mark 57-9.75

Date 1/12

35-Pound Weight Throw Miles Walk, Sr. 18.27m

Mark 59-11.25

Date 2/22

Heptathlon Dakotah Keys, Jr. Blake Kemp, Fr.

Mark 5,757 5,394

INDOOR

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Kevin Anding

Tyler Pinkney

Matt Miner


2013 REVIEW

Program of the Year With national titles in cross country and indoor track and field and a third-place finish at the outdoor meet, Oregon was named the national Terry Crawford Program of the Year for the fifth year in a row. The Ducks’ impressive run of national and conference domination continued with electrifying performances in 2013. After winning the 2012 national title in cross country for the first time in 25 years, the Ducks continued their mastery of the NCAA Indoor Championships by claiming their fourth crown in a row. Unlike years past, the Ducks did not have an individual event winner, instead relying on great depth across the track. After winning their fifth straight Pac-12 title, the Ducks then wrapped up the season in impressive fashion by finishing in the top three at the NCAA Championships for an unprecedented fifth consecutive season. The collection of talent for Oregon in 2013 was one of its greatest in recent memory with veterans like English Gardner, Jordan Hasay, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler, Becca Friday and Anne Kesselring joining with newcomers Jenna Prandini, Elizabeth Brenner, Jillian Weir and Alexi Pappas, among others.

Jordan Hasay

Gardner was simply awesome in the sprints. She opened 2013 with a runner-up finish in the 60 meters at the NCAA Indoor meet (7.15). Outdoors, she won her second consecutive NCAA 100 meter title in a school and Pac-12 record 10.96. That came after she was disqualified from the event at the Pac-12 meet for a false start. Not to be discouraged, Gardner came back with a vengeance in the 200 meters, taking the league crown in a school-record 22.62. Gardner turned pro after the collegiate season and won the U.S. title in the 100 meters in a personal best 10.85. Hasay finished her brilliant Oregon career with a school record 18 All-America awards. She set UO records in the 10,000 meters (32:06.64), indoor 3,000 (8:57.46) and indoor 5,000 (15:40.30) during the year. The 10,000 time was also a Pac-12 record. She was the NCAA indoor runner-up in the 3,000 meters (9:06.61), was fourth in the indoor 5,000 (15:40.30) and third in the outdoor 5,000 (15:50.78). Kesselring and Friday also wrapped up stellar careers by helping the Ducks win their fifth straight Pac-12 title. Kesselring placed third in both the 800 (2:07.54) and 1,500 (4:15.14) at the league meet, while Friday was the runner-up in the 1,500 (4:14.99). Indoors, both women scored on the distance medley relay, while Friday took sixth in the mile (4:39.23).

Anne Kesselring

Roesler and Francis brought home Pac-12 titles for the Ducks and also factored prominently at the NCAA meets. Roesler won the Pac-12 800 title in 2:06.51 and had a pair of national runner-up finishes. She was second indoors in a school record 2:02.32, and second outdoors in 2:00.98. Roelser was also the top collegian in the 800 at the U.S. Championships in June, timing a personal best 2:00.23 (No. 3 in school history). Francis led the nation in the 400 meters for much of the outdoor season. She opened the year with a fourth place finish at the NCAA Indoor meet in 52.01 (No. 2 in school history) before winning the Pac-12 400 crown in 51.57. That set the stage for her personal best 50.86 run (No. 2 in school history) in a third place showing at the NCAA outdoor meet. Newcomers were very much a factor for the Ducks as well. Prandini was the surprise Pac-12 champion in the 100 meters, timing 11.46, and placed second in the 200 (22.77). She was seventh in the 100 at the NCAA Outdoor meet (11.43) and fifth indoors in the 60 meters (7.38). Pappas, a transfer from Dartmouth, played a key role in the indoor national crown by taking sixth in the 5,000 (15:47.13) and eighth in the 3,000 (9:12.38). Brenner became a rare two-sport All-American by taking eighth in the javelin at the NCAA meet (168-9) after placing third at the conference meet (150-0). Weir was one of the most improved throwers on the team as a sophomore and was fourth in the hammer at the Pac-12 meet (212-3). Oregon’s relays were also impressive in 2013. Oregon’s only win at the NCAA Indoor Championships came in the 4x400 relay, where Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Roesler and Francis won in a school record 3:30.22. At the outdoor meet, the Ducks were fourth in 3:28.24. The 4x100 squad (Francis, Gardner, Prandini, Okodogbe) won the Pac-12 title in a meet record 43.81 and then was fourth the NCAA meet in 43.80. Other performances that stood out from Oregon’s fifth straight Pac-12 title included Okodogbe in the 400 (second), Alyssa Monteverde in the 100 hurdles (fourth), Anne Leblanc in the 800 (fifth), Megan Patrignelli in the steeplechase (fifth), Lauren Crockett in the high jump (fourth), Chancey Summers in the high jump (fifth), Sammie Clark in the pole vault (fifth) and Annie Whitfield in the javelin (sixth).

Alexi Pappas

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2013 Women’s Featured Performances OUTDOOR

100 meters English Gardner, Jr. Jenna Prandini, Fr.

Mark 10.96 11.14w

Date 5/7 5/5

200 meters English Gardner, Jr. Phyllis Francis, Jr. Jenna Prandini, Fr. Chizoba Okodogbe, Jr.

Mark 22.62 22.77 23.15 23.83

Date 5/12 5/12 5/12 4/19

400 meters Phyllis Francis, Jr. Chizoba Okodogbe, Jr.

Mark 50.86 52.22

Date 5/7 5/12

800 meters Laura Roesler, Jr. Anne Kesselring, Sr. Annie Leblanc, Fr. Becca Friday, Sr.

Mark 2:00.23 2:02.12 2:05.50 2:06.00

Date 6/24 5/31 5/8 3/30

1,500 meters Anne Kesselring, Sr. Becca Friday, Sr. Jordan Hasay, Sr. Annie Leblanc, Fr.

Mark 4:13.90 4:14.99 4:15.53 4:17.64

Date 5/25 5/12 5/12 4/20

5,000 meters Jordan Hasay, Jr.

Mark 15:50.78

Date 5/7

10,000 meters Jordan Hasay, Sr.

Mark 32:06.64

Date 4/28

100-meter Hurdles Alyssa Monteverde, Fr.

Mark 13.41

Date 4/19

400-meter Hurdles Alyssa Monteverde, Fr.

Mark 1:03.49

Date 4/19

3,000 meter Steeplechase Megan Patrignelli, Jr. Katie Conlon, Sr.

Mark Date 10:09.83 5/24, 5/6 10:42.21 4/28

INDOOR

60 meters English Gardner, So. Jenna Prandini, Fr. Phyllis Francis, Jr. Chizobe Okodogbe, Jr.

Mark 7.15 7.29 7.60 7.67

Date 3/8 3/8 1/26 1/26

200 meters English Gardner, So. Jenna Prandini, Fr. Phyllis Francis, Jr.

Mark 23.50 23.70 23.91

Date 2/9 2/9 1/12

400 meters Phyllis Francis, Jr. Chizoba Okodogbe, Jr. Laura Roesler, Jr.

Mark 52.01 53.74 54.76

Date 3/9 2/23 1/12

800 meters Laura Roesler, Jr. Anne Kesselring, Sr. Becca Friday, Sr. Claudia Francis, So.

Mark 2:02.32 2:05.29 2:07.21 2:07.31

Date 3/8 2/23 2/23 2/8

Mile Anne Kesselring, Sr. Becca Friday, Sr. Jordan Hasay, Sr. Annie Leblanc, Fr. Sarah Penney, Jr.

Mark 4:35.33 4:35.34 4:36.21 4:37.93 4:39.89

Date 2/9 2/9 2/16 3/1 3/1

3,000 meters Jordan Hasay, Sr. Alexi Pappas, Sr. Katie Conlon, Sr.

Mark 8:57.46 9:07.97 9:18.91

Date 1/26 2/23 2/23

5,000 meters Jordan Hasay, Sr. Alexi Pappas, Sr. Katie Conlon, Sr.

Mark 15:40.30 15:47.13 15:53.73

Date 3/8 3/8 2/8

60-meter Hurdles Alyssa Monteverde, Fr.

Mark 8.47

Date 2/22

4x100 meter Relay Mark P. Francis, Gardner, Prandini, Okodogbe 43.73

Date 5/5

4x400 Meter Relay Mark Gardner, Okodogbe, Roesler, P. Francis 3:30.22

Date 3/9

4x400 meter Relay Mark Gardner, Okodogbe, Roesler, P. Francis 3:26.73

Date 4/27

Distance Medley Relay Mark Leblanc, Okodogbe, Friday, Kesselring 11:02.15

Date 3/8

High Jump Lauren Crockett, So. 1.81m Chancey Summers, So. 1.78m

Mark 5-11.25 5-10

Date 4/19 4/26, 5/3

High Jump Chancey Summers, So. 1.81m Lauren Crockett, So. 1.78m

Mark 5-11.25 5-10

Date 2/23 1/25, 2/9

Pole Vault Sammie Clark, Jr. 4.12m

Mark 13-6.25

Date 5/3

Pole Vault Sammie Clark, So. 4.07m

Mark 13-4.25

Date 2/9

Long Jump Jenna Prandini, Fr. 6.15m

Mark 20-2.25

Date 5/11

Long Jump Alyssa Monteverde, Fr. 5.43m

Mark 17-9.75

Date 1/12

Triple Jump Maggie Pietka, Sr. 11.72m

Mark 38-5.5

Date 4/19

Triple Jump Maggie Pietka, Sr. 11.51m

Mark 37-9.25

Date 1/12

Shot Put Brittany Mann, Fr. 14.75m

Mark u-48-4.75

Date 6/20

Shot Put Jillian Weir, So. 14.99m

Mark 49-2.25

Date 2/9

Discus Laura Bobek, Jr. 52.58m

Mark 172-6

Date 3/16

20-Pound Weight Throw Jillian Weir, So. 20.58m

Mark 67-6.25

Date 2/22

Hammer Throw Jillian Weir, So. 64.70m

Mark 212-3

Date 5/11

Pentathlon Alyssa Monteverde, Fr. Lauren Crockett, So.

Mark 3,642 3,404

Date 2/22 1/25

Javelin Liz Brenner, Fr. 51.43m Annie Whitfield, Fr. 44.49m Rachel Sherrell, Jr. 44.19m

Mark 168-9 145-11 145-0

Date 5/5 5/11 4/12

English Gardner

Becca Friday

Oregon Records Underlined

Maggie Pietka

161


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s Outdoor Top Performances 100 Meters 1. Don Coleman 2. Samie Parker 3. Andrew Banks 4. Arthur Delaney 5. Pat Johnson 6. Harry Jerome 7. George Walcott 8. Ashton Eaton 9. Richard Del Rincon 10. Joeal Hotchkins Hand Times: 1. Dave Blunt Albert Hearvey 3. Chris Brathwaite 100 Yards 1. 2. 3.

Harry Jerome Roscoe Cook Dave Blunt Albert Hearvey John Mayes

200 Meters 1. Don Coleman Pat Johnson 3. George Walcott 4. Arthur Delaney 5. Phil Alexander 6. Harry Jerome 7. Jordan Kent 8. Andrew Banks Richard Del Rincon 10. Ashton Eaton Joeal Hotchkins Hand Times: 1. Chris Brathwaite 2. Frank Marlatt 220 Yards 1. 3. 4.

Harry Jerome Albert Hearvey Bud Schoemaker Paul Starr Dave Blunt

400 Meters 1. Mike Berry 2. Otis Davis 3. Matt Scherer 4. Kedar Inico 5. Pat Johnson 6. Dacre Bowen 7. Marcus Dillon 8. Ashton Eaton 9. Kevin Anding 10. Pat Lanning 440 Yards 1. 2. 3. 4.

Otis Davis Weldon Vance Ron Couser Gary Knoke Dave Hagmeier

800 Meters 1. Joaquim Cruz 2. Andrew Wheating 3. Elijah Greer 4. Wade Bell 5. David Mack 6. Mac Fleet 7. Simon Kimata 8. Dub Myers 9. Travis Thompson 10. Steve Bence

10.11 10.18 10.22 10.24 10.26 10.26 10.32 10.33 10.34 10.39

1978 2003 1978 2012 1995 1964 1982 2010 2006 2012

10.2 10.2 10.3

1964 1972 1976

9.2 9.3 FCR/FAR/FWR 9.4 9.4 9.4

1962 1959 1963 1970 1973

20.39 20.39 20.64 20.73 20.74 20.79 20.82 20.86 20.86 21.03 21.03

1979 1995 1983 2012 2008 1964 2005 1978 2006 2010 2012

20.8 21.0

1976 1968

20.7 20.7 20.8 20.9 20.9

1962 1970 1935 1933 1964

44.75 45.07 45.19 45.22 45.38 46.16 46.18 46.28 46.37 46.38

2012 1960 2006 2005 1995 1977 2007 2010 2013 1988

46.2 46.7 46.9 47.0 47.0

1:41.77 1:45.03 1:45.06 1:45.17 1:45.55 1:46.32 1:46.65 1:47.51 1:47.60 1:47.7

1959 1971 1969 1968 1968

1984 2008 2011 1967 1982 2013 2002 1984 2010 1974

880 Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Wade Bell Dyrol Burleson Jere Van Dyk Steve Bence Sig Ohlemann Jim Reverman Jim Grelle Roscoe Divine

1:46.1 1:47.7 1:47.9 1:48.1 1:48.7 1:48.8 1:49.1 1:49.1

1967 1962 1967 1973 1962 1968 1958 1970

1,500 Meters 1. Matthew Centrowitz 2. Joaquim Cruz A.J. Acosta 4. Matt Centrowitz 5. Andrew Wheating 6. Dub Myers 7. Steve Prefontaine 8. Mac Fleet 9. Arne Kvalheim 10. Rudy Chapa

3:34.46 3:36.48 3:36.48 3:36.70 3:37.52 3:37.89 3:38.1 3:38.35 3:38.5 3:38.7

2011 1984 2010 1976 2010 1984 1973 2013 1968 1979

Mile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Andrew Wheating Joaquim Cruz A.J. Acosta Steve Prefontaine Dub Myers Dave Wilborn Roscoe Divine Jim Hill Rudy Chapa Dyrol Burleson Archie San Romani Knut Kvalheim Paul Geis Keith Forman Arne Kvalheim Mark Feig Jim Bailey Scott Daggatt Gary Barger Bill McChesney Jr. Steve Savage Matt Centrowitz Matthew Centrowitz Colin Dalton Steve Fein Harold Kuphaldt Rick Bergesen Mike Blackmore Wade Bell Jordan McNamara Mac Fleet Lars Kaupang

3:51.74 3:53.00 3:53.76 3:54.6 3:55.31 3:56.2 3:56.3 3:56.41 3:57.04 3:57.6 FAR 3:57.6 3:57.9 3:58.1 3:58.3 3:58.5 3:58.5 3:58.6 3:58.6 3:58.8 3:59.1 3:59.2 3:59.2 3:59.33 3:59.44 3:59.46 3:59.73 3:59.79 3:59.80 3:59.8 3:59.87 3:59.88 3:59.9

2010 1984 2010 1973 1986 1967 1970 1982 1981 1961 1964 1973 1974 1962 1968 1974 1956 1975 1975 1980 1970 1975 2010 1991 2000 1987 1987 1984 1966 2009 2010 1974

3-Mile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steve Prefontaine Paul Geis Arne Kvalheim Ken Moore Terry Williams Dave Taylor Norm Trerise Randy James Steve Savage Pat Tyson

12:53.4 12:55.8 13:14.6 13:26.2 13:28.8 13:30.6 13:35.4 13:36.0 13:36.2 13:37.0

1973 1974 1968 1966 1975 1975 1968 1974 1970 1973

13:14.80 13:19.22 13:22.31 13:22.4 13:23.4 13:30.49 13:30.52 13:31.70 13:36.25 13:37.49

1982 1979 1979 1973 1974 2007 1982 2013 2009 1980

5,000 Meters 1. Bill McChesney Jr. 2. Rudy Chapa 3. Alberto Salazar 4. Steve Prefontaine 5. Paul Geis 6. Galen Rupp 7. Jim Hill 8. Parker Stinson 9. Shadrack Biwott 10. Ken Martin

163 162

10,000 Meters 1. Galen Rupp 2. Bill McChesney Jr. 3. Luke Puskedra 4. Alberto Salazar 5. Shadrack Biwott 6. Jason Hartmann 7. Parker Stinson 8. Matthew Davis 9. Chris Hamilton 10. Diego Mercado

27:33.48 27:50.82 27:56.62 28:06.12 28:28.83 28:31.96 28:34.71 28:38.86 28:45.56 28:48.54

2007 1982 2012 1979 2009 2003 2013 1999 1984 2009

6-Mile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

27:09.4 FCR/FAR 27:56.72 28:03.0 28:11.0 28:28.8

1973 1981 1974 1973 1974

13.38 13.45 13.54 13.67 13.79 13.81 13.82 13.83 13.84 13.93

2004 2012 2010 2002 1991 1984 2011 2005 1979 2003

13.7 13.8 13.8 13.8

1972 1960 1962 1981

13.3 FAR 13.8 13.8 13.8 13.9

1962 1960 1967 1971 1977

49.64 49.83 50.19 50.38 50.49 50.50 50.52 50.57 50.61 50.75

1987 1992 1984 1990 1986 2013 2004 1979 2005 2009

49.6

1968

440 Yard Hurdles 1. Jerry Tarr Gary Knoke 3. Paul Cope Paul Wilkinson 5. Dave Hagmeier

50.3 50.3 51.6 51.6 51.8

1962 1968 1966 1974 1975

3,000 Meter Steeplechase 1. Ken Martin 2. Knut Kvalheim 3. Don Clary 4. Danny Lopez 5. Steve Savage 6. Matt McGuirk 7. Dan Nelson 8. Harold Kuphaldt 9. Todd Lathers 10. Mike Friton

8:20.97 8:25.6 8:26.9 8:28.44 8:29.6 8:33.03 8:34.19 8:34.19 8:35.0 8:35.0

1980 1973 1979 1990 1971 1984 1987 1984 1973 1981

Steve Prefontaine Alberto Salazar Terry Williams Mike Long Randy James

110 Meter High Hurdles 1. Eric Mitchum 2. Johnathan Cabral 3. Ashton Eaton 4. Micah Harris 5. Bob Gray 6. LaMar Hurd 7. David Klech 8. AK Ikwuakor 9. Phil Bransom 10. Terry Ellis Hand Times: 1. Ivory Harris 2. Dave Edstrom Mel Renfro Don Wright 120 Yard Hurdles 1. Jerry Tarr 2. Dave Edstrom Bob Blum Ivory Harris 5. Phil Bransom 400 Meter Hurdles 1. Pedro Chiamulera 2. Bob Gray 3. Don Ward 4. Brian Wright 5. Richard Curtis 6. Johnathan Cabral 7. Brandon Holliday 8. Phil Bransom 9. AK Ikwuakor 10. David Klech Hand Times: 1. Gary Knoke


RECORD BOOK

4x100 Meter Relay 1. Richard Del Rincon, 39.20 2005 Matt Scherer, Kedar Inico, Jordan Kent 2. Richard Del Rincon, 39.45 2006 Matt Scherer, Derrick Jones, Jordan Kent 3. Devon Hosey, 39.80 1991 Michael McClendon, Bob Gray, Ronnie Harris 4. Jared Huske, 39.86 2006 Matt Scherer, Derrick Jones, Jordan Kent Dior Mathis, 39.86 2012 Arthur Delaney, Joeal Hotchkins, Mike Berry 6. Dior Mathis, 39.89 2013 Arthur Delaney, B.J. Kelley, De’Anthony Thomas 7. Dior Mathis, 40.00 2013 Arthur Delaney. B.J. Kelley, Mike Berry 8. Bob Gray, 40.01 1989 Curtis Wilson, Davon Russell, Klaus Weigeldt 9. Dino Philyaw, 40.08 1995 Pat Johnson, LaMont Woods, Duane Ingram 10. Dior Mathis, 40.09 2011 Mike Berry, Kenjon Barner, LaMichael James Dior Mathis, 40.09 2012 Arthur Delaney, Joeal Hotchkins, De’Anthony Thomas 4x400 Meter Relay 1. Jordan Kent, 3:00.81 2005 Kedar Inico, Akobundu Ikwuakor, Matt Scherer 2. Travis Anderson, 3:03.27 2005 Kedar Inico, Akobundu Ikwuakor, Matt Scherer 3. Travis Anderson, 3:03.49 2004 Brandon Holliday, Kedar Inico, Matt Scherer 4. Jack Galpin, 3:03.61 2013 Arthur Delaney, Kevin Anding, Mike Berry 5. Travis Anderson, 3:04.85 2006 Matt Scherer, Akobundu Ikwuakor, Jordan Kent Marcus Dillon, 3:04.85 2008 Ashton Eaton, Phil Alexander, Chad Barlow 7. Travis Anderson, 3:06.73 2003 Matt Scherer, Jordan Kent, Brandon Holliday 8. Eric Hersey, 3:07.21 2011 Bryan Harper, Elijah Greer, Mike Berry 9. Phil Alexander, 3:07.24 2007 Ashton Eaton, Chad Barlow, Marcus Dillon 10. Parrish Nixon, 3:07.4 1982 Brad Coleman, Don Wright, David Mack

Dub Myers NCAA Champion

High Jump 1. Jason Boness 2.26m 2. Andy Young 2.24m 3. Justin Frick 2.23m 4. Chris Nelson 2.21m 5. Danny Marconi 2.19m 6. Jan From 7. Jeff Lindsey 2.18m 8. Teddy Davis 2.16m 9. Dave Howard Chris Harper Keith Washington Muhammad Oliver 2.15m Jason Walton 2.15m Eric White 2.15m Damian Olson Kyley Johnson David Klech 2.15m

7-5 7-4.25 7-3.75 7-3 7-2.25 7-2 7-1.75 7-1 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5 7-0.5

2000 1989 2011 1996 2010 1979 2004 2004 1983 1984 1985 1991 1993 1993 1998 2000 2010

Pole Vault 1. Tommy Skipper 5.80m 2. Kory Tarpenning 3. Tom Hintnaus 4. Piotr Buciarski 5. Jay Davis Trevor Woods 5.50m 7. Tim Canfield 8. Brian Cullen 9. John Switzer 10. Jeromy Williams 5.40m

19-0.25 18-6.5 18-4.5 18-2.5 18-0.5 18-0.5 17-10.5 17-9.25 17-9 17-8.5

2007 1985 1980 1999 1986 2002 1986 1990 1980 1995

Long Jump 1. Latin Berry 8.14m 2. Ashton Eaton 8.04m 3. Bouncy Moore 4. Ross Blackman 5. Uchenna Agu Leonidas Watson 7.94m 7. Tom Smith 8. Mel Renfro 9. J.J. Birden Spencer Williams

26-8.5 26-4.5 26-2.25 26-1 26-0.75 26-0.75 26-0 25-11.75 25-8.75 25-8.75

1989 2010 1971 1974 1986 2005 1969 1962 1988 1988

Triple Jump 1. Spencer Williams 16.44m 2. Latin Berry 16.41m 3. Gregg Bleakney 4. Leonidas Watson 16.37m 5. Uchenna Agu 6. Foluso Akinradewo 15.86m 7. LaMar Hurd 8. Brian Schaudt 15.75m 9. Todd Bleakney 15.61m 10. Gary Lacey

53-11.25 53-10.25 53-9.75 53-8.5 52-6.75 52-0.5 51-11.5 51-8.25 51-2.75 51-0

1989 1989 1998 2005 1986 2003 1983 2011 1994 1979

Matthew Centrowitz NCAA Champion

163

Shot Put 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dean Crouser Neil Steinhauer Jeff Stover Pete Shmock Dave Voorhees Vince Goldsmith Mac Wilkins Greg Aitkenhead Dave Steen Jeff Hultberg 18.68m

69-1.5 68-11.75 68-4.5 66-5 64-3.75 63-10.25 63-8 63-7.75 61-11.25 61-3.5

1982 1967 1980 1972 1978 1981 1973 1986 1963 1985

Discus 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dean Crouser 65.88m Mac Wilkins Dave Voorhees Ray Burton Kevin Carr Jose deSouza 59.98m Steve Davis 59.10m Gary Wolf Jeff Hultberg 57.70m Kent Landerholm 57.46m

216-2 212-6 206-6 204-4 198-11 196-9 193-11 193-2 189-4 188-6

1983 1973 1978 1976 1986 1988 1983 1972 1985 1983

Hammer 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ken Flax Scott McGee 68.84m Kent Landerholm 68.78m Greg Skipper 67.81m Eric Finch 67.68m Brian Richotte 67.96m Adam Kriz 67.45m Colin Veldman 66.94m Jordan Stray 66.93m John McArdle

257-0 225-10 225-8 222-6 222-0 222-11 221-3 219-7 219-7 215-10

1986 1991 1983 2013 1989 2007 2003 2008 2011 1979

272-10 265-1 252-10 251-8 242-7 238-0 234-0 227-4 227-3 225-9

2009 2012 2001 1992 2010 2007 2010 2004 2002 1989

Javelin (Old implement) 1. Brian Crouser 2. Reidar Lorentzen 3. Les Tipton 4. Bob George 5. Mac Wilkins 6. Frode Stormyr 7. Jeff Carter 8. Bob Daniel 9. John Burns 10. Mark Richardson

312-0 286-6 263-1 260-1 257-4 254-9 254-8 251-3 250-1 248-3

1985 1979 1964 1984 1970 1984 1976 1972 1963 1970

Decathlon 1. Ashton Eaton 2. Pedro daSilva 3. Muhammad Oliver 4. Craig Brigham 5. Dakotah Keys 6. Santiago Lorenzo 7. Jeromy Williams 8. Ray Livingston 9. Dave Edstrom 10. Tommy Skipper

8,457 8,176 8,087 8,027 8,001 7,889 7,806 7,754 7,599 7,589

2010 1992 1992 1975 2013 2001 1995 1995 1959 2004

Javelin (New implement) 1. Cyrus Hostetler 2. Sam Crouser 3. John Stiegeler 4. Art Skipper 5. Alex Wolff 6. Ryan Brandel 7. Mike Simmons 8. Adam Jenkins 9. Nick Bakke 10. Jack Byrne

83.16m 80.80m 77.07m 76.72m 73.93m 72.54m 71.32m 69.30m 69.28m 68.80m


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s Indoor Top Performances 50 Meters 1. Devon Hosey 2. Ronnie Harris 3. Patrick Johnson Derrick Deadwiler LaVon Pierce

5.6 5.7 5.80 5.8 5.8

1992 1992 1995 1993 1992

55 Meters 1. Devon Hosey 2. LaMont Woods Pat Johnson

6.2 6.25 6.25

1992 1996 1996

60 Meters 1. Samie Parker 2. Ashton Eaton 3. Richard Del Rincon 4. Derrick Jones LaMichael James

6.62 6.71 6.73 6.77 6.77

2003 2010 2006 2008 2010

200 Meters 1. Kedar Inico 2. Pat Johnson Arthur Delaney 4. Richard Del Rincon 5. Matt Scherer Mike Berry

21.10 21.26 21.26 21.40 21.41 21.41

2005 1996 2013 2006 2004 2011

300 Meters 1. Phil Alexander Marcus Dillon 3. Ashton Eaton 4. Chad Barlow 5. Bryan Harper

33.42 33.42 33.93 34.42 34.60

2008 2008 2008 2008 2012

400 Meters 1. Mike Berry 2. Matt Scherer 3. Kedar Inico 4. Phil Alexander 5. Chad Barlow

45.64 45.95 46.41 46.96 47.19

2013 2005 2005 2008 2008

440 Yards 1. Parrish Nixon 2. Mark Harris

49.8 52.4

1984 1985

500 Yards 1. Curtis Wilson 2. Larry Williams 3. Pat Lanning

57.74 59.00 59.4

1991 1990 1988

600 Meters 1. Elijah Greer 2. Travis Thompson 3. Russell Hornsby 4. Boru Guyota 5. Tomas Finol

1:18.01 1:18.35 1:19.88 1:19.95 1:20.94

2010 2010 2012 2012 2003

800 Meters 1. Andrew Wheating 2. Elijah Greer 3. Boru Guyota 4. Simon Kimata 5. Mike McGrath

1:46.36 1:46.73 1:47.42 1:48.07 1:49.28

2010 2013 2013 2002 2008

1,000 Yards 1. Steve Bence 2. Dave Bailey 3. Knut Hegvold

2:10.2 2:14.5 2:16.9

1973 1985 1984

Mile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

3:57.70 3:57.86 3:57.92 3:58.08 3:58.20 3:58.62 3:59.01 3:59.18 3:59.2 3:59.25 3:59.57

2010 2009 2009 2010 2010 2013 2013 2013 1973 2006 2013

Mac Fleet Galen Rupp Matthew Centrowitz A.J. Acosta Andrew Wheating Brett Johnson Matt Miner Jeramy Elkaim Steve Prefontaine Mike McGrath Chad Noelle

1,500 Meters 1. Greg James 2. Dave Veniski

4:00.55 4:05.08

1995 1995

2,000 Meters 1. Rudy Chapa

5:13.4

1979

3,000 Meters 1. Galen Rupp 2. Matthew Centrowitz 3. Trevor Dunbar 4. Steve Fein 5. Eric Logsdon

7:44.69 7:50.59 7:51.55 7:54.26 7:54.29

2009 2011 2012 1999 2005

2-Mile 1. 2. 3.

8:37.0 8:55.0 8:56.9

1984 1985 1992

5,000 Meters 1. Galen Rupp 2. Alberto Salazar 3. Trevor Dunbar 4. Parker Stinson 5. Jeramy Elkaim

13:18.12 13:22.6 13:36.86 13:39.22 13:39.35

2009 CR/FAR 1981 2012 2012 2013

50 Meter Hurdles 1. Quincy Ruffin Pedro DeSilva Muhammed Oliver Jamar Williams

6.90 6.9 6.9 6.9

1997 1992 1992 1993

55 Meter Hurdles 1. Eric Mitchum 2. J.J. Birden 3. Ray Livingston

7.26 7.44 7.49

2004 1988 1996

60 Yard Hurdles 1. LaMar Hurd 2. J.J. Birden 3. LaMar Hurd

7.49 7.5 7.55

1984 1984 1984

60 Meter Hurdles 1. Eric Mitchum 2. Johnathan Cabral 3. Ashton Eaton 4. Micah Harris 5. David Klech

7.67 7.73 7.77 7.85 7.88

2006 2013 2010 2002 2011

Jim Hill (unattached) Chris Hamilton Tye Van Schoiack

4x400 Meter Relay 1. Travis Anderson, 3:04.17 2005 Kedar Inico, Akobundu Ikwuakor, Matt Scherer 2. Travis Anderson, 3:06.54 2004 Brandon Holliday, Roderick Dotts, Matt Scherer 3. Ashton Eaton, 3:07.13 2007 Chad Barlow, Phil Alexander, Marcus Dillon 4. Travis Anderson, 3:07.55 2005 Roderick Dotts, Kedar Inico, Matt Scherer 5. Matt Butcher, 3:07.61 2010 Ashton Eaton, Travis Thompson, Chad Barlow

High Jump 1. Chris Nelson 2.25m 2. Andy Young Jason Boness 2.19m 4. Jeff Lindsey 2.17m 5. Damian Olson Danny Marconi 2.16m

7-4.5 7-2.25 7-2.25 7-1.5 7-1 7-1

Pole Vault 1. Tommy Skipper 5.71m 18-8.75 2. Piotr Buciarski 18-2.5 3. Trevor Woods 5.48m 17-11.75 4. Kory Tarpenning 17-9.25 5. Jon Derby 5.35m 17-6.5

2004 2006 1998 2002 1984 2005

Long Jump 1. Leonidas Watson 7.90m 2. Ray Livingston 7.76m 3. Ashton Eaton 7.73m 4. Joey Mortimore 5. Vernell Warren 7.56m

25-11 25-5.5 25-4.5 25-0.25 24-9.75

2005 1996 2010 1998 2011

Triple Jump 1. Leonidas Watson 16.11m 2. Spencer Williams 3. Foluso Akinradewo 15.55m 4. Brian Schaudt 15.47m 5. Gregg Bleakney

52-10.25 51-0.5 51-0.25 50-9.25 50-4.5

2004 1990 2003 2012 1996

Shot Put 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Colin Veldman 17.90m Sam Crouser 17.62m John Bello 17.51m Rian Ingrim 17.50m Jeff Hultberg

58-8.75 57-9.75 57-5 57-5 56-8.5

2006 2013 2000 2001 1985

35 Pound Weight Throw 1. Brian Richotte 20.73m 2. Adam Kriz 20.60m 3. Ken Flax 4. Jordan Stray 19.09m 5. Ryan Cole

68-0.25 67-7 64-0.5 62-7.75 61-4

2007 2003 1985 2011 1998

Heptathlon 1. Ashton Eaton 2. David Klech 3. Dakotah Keys 4. Santiago Lorenzo 5. Billy Pappas

6,499 5,831 5,757 5,608 5,446

2010 CR/FAR/FWR 2011 2013 2002 2002

CR - Collegiate Record FAR - Former American Record FWR - Former World Record

Distance Medley Relay 1. Mac Fleet, 9:26.78 2011 Mike Berry, Elijah Greer, Matthew Centrowitz 2. Jordan McNamara, 9:29.39 2009 Chad Barlow, Andrew Wheating, Galen Rupp 3. A.J. Acosta, 9:29.59 2009 Chad Barlow, Andrew Wheating, Galen Rupp 4. Mac Fleet, 9:29.82 2010 Chad Barlow, Elijah Greer, A.J. Acosta 5. Brian Shrader, 9:31.91 2012 Mike Berry, Boru Guyota, Trevor Dunbar Matt Miner, 9:31.91 2013 Arthur Delaney, Bory Guyota, Brett Johnson

Elijah Greer NCAA Champion

165 164

1996 1989 2001 2004 1998 2011


RECORD BOOK

Men’s NCAA Championship Results NCAA Outdoor Champions and Oregon Results Year 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Champion (Coach) Score Oregon Site Illinois (Harry Gill) 20   —   8 Chicago California (Walter Christie) 28   —   — Chicago Michigan (Steve Farrell) 29   —   — Chicago No Meet Stanford (R. L. Templeton) 31   —   — Chicago USC (Dean Cromwell) 27   —   — Chicago Illinois (Harry Gill) 35   —   — Chicago Stanford (R. L. Templeton) 72   —   — Chicago Ohio State (Frank Castleman) 50   — 12 Chicago USC (Dean Cromwell) 55   9th 12 Chicago USC (Dean Cromwell) 77 10th 14 Chicago Indiana (Billy Hayes) 56   —   — Chicago Louisiana State (Bernie Moore) 58   9th 20 Chicago Stanford (R. L. Templeton) 63 10th 14 USC USC (Dean Cromwell) 74   — 2.2 California USC (Dean Cromwell) 103   —   — Chicago USC (Dean Cromwell) 62   — 8 California USC (Dean Cromwell) 67 10th 16 Minnesota USC (Dean Cromwell) 86   7th 16 USC USC (Dean Cromwell) 47 11 Minnesota USC (Dean Cromwell) 81 10th 10 Stanford USC (Dean Cromwell) 85   —   — Nebraska USC (Dean Cromwell) 46   —   — Northwestern Illinois (Leo Johnson) 79   —   — Marquette Navy (E. J. Thomson) 62   —   — Marquette Illinois (Leo Johnson) 78   —   — Minnesota Illinois (Leo Johnson) 59   — 5 1/6 Utah Minnesota (James Kelly) 46   — 9 Minnesota USC (Jess Hill) 55 34th 2/5 USC USC (Jess Hill) 46 38th 1 Minnesota USC (Jess Hill) 56 12th 12 Washington USC (Jess Mortensen) 66   9th 20 California USC (Jess Mortensen) 80   — 0 Nebraska USC (Jess Mortensen) 66 10th 12 Michigan USC (Jess Mortensen) 42   4th 29 USC UCLA (Ducky Drake) 57   7th 20 California Villanova (James Elliott) 47 17th 9 Texas USC (Jess Mortensen) 48 19th 9 California Kansas (Bill Easton) 73 18th 10 Nebraska Kansas (Bill Easton) 50   4th 22 California USC (Jess Mortensen) 65   2nd 47 Pennsylvania Oregon (Bill Bowerman) 85  Champions Oregon USC (Vern Wolfe) 61   3rd 41 New Mexico Oregon (Bill Bowerman) 70   Champions Oregon Oregon (Bill Bowerman) 32   Champions California USC (Vern Wolfe) 32 UCLA (Jim Bush) 81   7th 23 Indiana USC (Vern Wolfe) 86   2nd 42 Brigham Young USC (Vern Wolfe) 58 11th 13 California San Jose State (Bud Winter) 48 T10th 18 Tennessee Oregon (Bill Bowerman) 35   Champions Drake Brigham Young (Clarence Robison) 35 Kansas (Bob Timmons) 35 UCLA (Jim Bush) 52   3rd 38 Washington UCLA (Jim Bush) 82   4th 32 Oregon UCLA (Jim Bush) 52   2nd 31 Louisiana State Tennessee (Stan Huntsman) 60 T17th 10 Texas Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 55 T6th 24 Brigham Young USC (Vern Wolfe) 64 T12th 16 Pennsylvania Arizona State (Baldy Castillo) 64 T20th 8 Illinois UCLA (Jim Bush) 50   4th 40 Oregon Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 50 Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 64   5th 28 Illinois Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 69 T6th 24 Texas Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 70 T12th 16 Louisiana State Texas-El Paso (Jon Wedel) 105   4th 76 Brigham Young Southern Methodist (Ted McLaughlin) 104   6th 59 Houston Oregon (Bill Dellinger) 113   Champions Oregon Arkansas (John McDonnell) 61   7th 26 Texas Southern Methodist (Ted McLaughlin) 53   7th 30 Indianapolis UCLA (Bob Larson) 81 21st 14 Louisiana State UCLA (Bob Larson) 82 T7th 25 Oregon Louisiana State (Pat Henry) 53   4th 36 Brigham Young Louisiana State (Pat Henry) 44   5th 27 Duke Tennessee (Doug Brown) 51   3rd 36 Oregon Arkansas (John McDonnell) 60   5th 33 Texas Arkansas (John McDonnell) 69    —   — New Orleans Arkansas (John McDonnell) 83    —   — Boise State Arkansas (John McDonnell) 61.5 T47th 5 Tennessee Arkansas (John McDonnell) 55 30th 10.5 Oregon

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Arkansas (John McDonnell) Arkansas (John McDonnell) Arkansas (John McDonnell) Stanford (Vin Lananna) Tennessee (Bill Webb) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Arkansas (John McDonnell) Arkansas (John McDonnell) Arkansas (John McDonnell) Florida State (Bob Braman) Florida State (Bob Braman) Florida State (Bob Braman) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Florida (Mike Holloway) Florida (Mike Holloway) Texas A&M (Pat Henry)

55 58 59 72 50 64 59 65.5 60 67 54 52 48 55 55 50 53 53

T61st 3 Indiana T35th 7 Buffalo T65th 2 Boise State T44th 5 Duke 9th 27 Oregon 35th 7 Louisiana State 13th 19.25 Sacramento 9th 26 Texas T9th 23 Sacramento T12th 23 Sacramento T10th 20 Sacramento T11th 22 Drake T2nd 46 Arkansas 3rd 45 Oregon T10th 25 Drake T9th 22 Drake 4th 44 Oregon

NCAA Indoor Champions and Oregon Results Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Champion (Coach) Score Oregon Missouri (Tom Botts) 14 x 0 Kansas (Bob Timmons) 14 — — USC (Vern Wolfe) 26   — — Villanova (Jim Elliott) 35.33   — — Kansas (Bob Timmons) 41.5   — — Kansas (Bob Timmons) 27.5   — — Villanova (Jim Elliott) 22   — — USC (Vern Wolfe) 19   — — Manhattan (Fred Dwyer) 18   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 19   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 36   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 23   — — Washington State (John Chaplin) 25.5   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 44   — — Villanova (Jim Elliott) 52   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 76   — — Texas-El Paso (Ted Banks) 76   — — Texas-El Paso (John Wedel) 67   — — Southern Methodist (Ted McLaughlin) 43   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 38   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 70   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 49   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 39   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 34   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 34   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 44   x 0 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 34   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 53   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 66   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 94   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 59   — — George Mason (John Cook) 39   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 59   — — Arkansas (John McDonnell) 56 34th 6 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 65 47th 2 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 69.5 — — Louisiana State (Pat Henry) 34 — — Tennessee (Bill Webb) 62.5 9th 15 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 54 34th 6 Louisiana State (Pat Henry) 44.5 18th 13 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 56 6th 29 Arkansas (John McDonnell) 53 6th 23 Wisconsin (Ed Nuttycombe) 40 T19th 11 Arizona State (Greg Kraft) 44 T19th 11 Oregon (Vin Lananna) 54 Champions Florida (Mike Holloway) 57 t2nd 44 Florida (Mike Holloway) 52 T26th 8 Florida (Mike Holloway) 52 T36th 6 Arkansas (Chris Bucknam) 74 T6th 22

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Number of NCAA Outdoor Team Championships USC Arkansas UCLA Texas-El Paso Illinois Oregon Louisiana State Stanford Texas A&M Florida State Kansas Tennessee

165

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Florida Southern Methodist Arizona State Brigham Young California Indiana Michigan Minnesota Navy Ohio State San Jose State Villanova

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RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s NCAA Champions 1934 1938 1941 1947 1948 1951 1952 1954 1955 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1964 1965 1967 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1978 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1990 1992 2001

Bob Parke Mack Robinson Les Steers George Rasmussen George Rasmussen Chuck Missfeldt Emery Barnes Bill Dellinger Jim Bailey Ken Reiser Bill Dellinger Jim Grelle Dyrol Burleson Jerry Tarr Dyrol Burleson Dyrol Burleson Jerry Tarr Harry Jerome Jerry Tarr Harry Jerome Les Tipton Neal Steinhauer Bruce Mortenson Wade Bell Steve Prefontaine Steve Prefontaine Bouncy Moore Steve Prefontaine Steve Prefontaine Mac Wilkins Paul Geis Rudy Chapa David Mack Dean Crouser Dean Crouser Brian Crouser Joaquim Cruz Dean Crouser Joaquim Cruz Joaquim Cruz Brian Crouser Ken Flax Dub Myers Dan Nelson Scott McGee Art Skipper Santiago Lorenzo John Stiegleler

George Rasmussen NCAA Champion

Javelin 220 yards High Jump Pole Vault Pole Vault Javelin High Jump Mile Mile 2-mile 5,000 Meters Mile 1,500 120 yard hurdles Mile Mile 120 yard hurdles 220 yard hurdles 440 yard hurdles 100 Meters Javelin Shot Put Steeplechase 880 yards 3-mile 3-mile Long Jump 5,000 Meters 3-mile Discus 3-mile 5,000 Meters 800 Meters Discus Shot Put Javelin 800 Meters Discus 800 Meters 1,500 Meters Javelin Hammer 1,500 Meters Steeplechase Hammer Javelin Decathlon Javelin

220-11.625 21.3 6-10.875 14-0 (tie) 14-0 219-4.75 6-8 (tie) 4:13.8 4:05.6 9:04.5 14:48.5 4:03.9 3:44.2 13.9 4:00.5 3:59.8 13.5 20.7 50.3 10.1 249-10 62-6 9:00.8 1:47.6 13:22.0 13:20.2 25-9.75 13:31.4 13:05.3 203-11 13:38.89 13:35.29 1:48.00 207-4 68-4.25 274-7 1:44.91 216-2 1:45.10 3:36.48 281-0 257-0 3:41.72 8:35.37 217-8 248-7 7,889 252-10

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013

Tommy Skipper Pole Vault Tommy Skipper Pole Vault-Ind. Tommy Skipper Pole Vault Tommy Skipper Pole Vault-Ind. Tommy Skipper Pole Vault Ashton Eaton Decathlon Andrew Wheating 800 Meters Galen Rupp 5,000 Meters Galen Rupp 10,000 Meters Ashton Eaton Decathlon Galen Rupp 3,000 Meters-Ind. Galen Rupp 5,000 Meters-Ind. Distance Medley Relay-Ind. (A.J. Acosta, Chad Barlow, Andrew Wheating, Galen Rupp) Ashton Eaton Heptathlon-Ind. Andrew Wheating 800 Meters Andrew Wheating 1,500 Meters Ashton Eaton Decathlon Distance Medley Relay-Ind. (A.J. Acosta, Chad Barlow, Travis Thompson, Andrew Wheating) Ashton Eaton Heptathlon-Ind. Matthew Centrowitz 1,500 Meters Elijah Greer 800 Meters Mac Fleet 1,500 Meters Elijah Greer 800 Meters-Ind.

18-8.25 18-4.5 18-6.5 18-8.25 18-0.5 8,055 1:46.21 14:04.12 28:21.45 8,241 7:48.94 13:41.45 9:29.59 5,988 1:45.69 3:47.94 8,457 9:36.87 6,499 3:42.54 1:46.58 3:50.25 1:47.13

Oregon NCAA Champions by Event (61) 100 Meters 1 200 Meters / 220 yards 2 400 Meters / 440 yards 1 800 Meters / 880 yards 8 1,500 Meters / Mile 11 3,000 Meters / 2-Mile 2 Steeplechase 2 5,000 Meters / 3-mile 9 10,000 Meters 1 110 Meter / 120 yard Hurdles 2 Distance Medley Relay 2 High Jump 2 Pole Vault 5 Long Jump 1 Shot Put 2 Discus 3 Hammer 2 Javelin 7 Decathlon 4 Heptathlon 2

Neal Steinhauer NCAA Champion

167 166

(1 Indoor) (1 indoor) (1 indoor)

(2 indoor) (2 indoor)

(2 indoor)

Bouncy Moore NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK

National & Conference Award Winners Bowerman Award Winner 2009 2010

Pacific-10 Conference Newcomer of the Year

Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton

Bowerman Award Finalists (top 3) 2009 2009 2010 2010

Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating

Bowerman Award Semifinalists (top 10) 2009 2009 2010 2010

Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating

USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Year 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010

Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating

Cross Country Indoor Field Indoor Track Outdoor Field Outdoor Track Indoor Field Outdoor Co-Field Outdoor Track

USTFCCCA National Coach of the Year 2007 2008 2009

Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Dan Steele

Cross Country Cross Country Indoor Track & Field

John McDonnell Program of the Year 2009 2010

Oregon Oregon

Pacific-10 Conference Athlete of the Year 1978 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1988 1995 1999 2006 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010

Alberto Salazar Dean Crouser Jim Hill Dean Crouser Jim Hill Joaquim Chapa Brad Hudson Karl Keska Steve Fein Tommy Skipper Galen Rupp Shadrack Biwott Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating

Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Field Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Field Track Co-Field Track

Ashton Eaton Bowerman Award Winner

1999 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2012

Jason Hatrmann Jason Bonus Tommy Skipper Galen Rupp Diego Mercado A.J. Acosta Luke Puskedra Matthew Centrowitz Johnathan Cabral

Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field Track & Field Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field

Pacific-10 Conference Coach of the Year 1976 1977 1978 1978 1979 1979 1976 1982 1984 1986 1988 1989 1990 1990 1992 1995 1998 2002 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013

Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Bill Dellinger Martin Smith Oregon Staff Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Dan Steele Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Robert Johnson

Andrew Wheating Bowerman Award Finalist

167

Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field Track & Field Track & Field

Galen Rupp Bowerman Award Winner


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s All-Americans (Note: Top finishes that did not earn All-America status in italics) 1907

Dan Kelly, Long Jump (23-11)

1924

Ralph Spearow, Pole Vault (13-0)

1930

Bobby Robinson, 2nd-Tie, Pole Vault (13-0)

1932

Ralph Hill, 5,000 Meters (14:55.7)

1934

Bob Parke, 1st Javelin (220-11 5/8)

1936

George Varoff, Pole Vault (14-6.5)

1937

George Varoff, Pole Vault (14-7 5/8)

1938

Mack Robinson, 1st, 220 Yards (21.3)

1939

George Varoff, Pole Vault (14-4) Les Steers, High Jump (6-8 1/8) Boyd Brown, Javelin (215-10.25)

1940

Les Steers, High Jump (6-8) Boyd Brown, Javelin (223-1.375)

1941

Les Steers, 1st, High Jump (6-10 7/8) Boyd Brown, Javelin (218-3)

1942

Boyd Brown, Javelin (216-7.5)

1947

George Rasmussen, 1st, Pole Vault (14-0)

1948

George Rasmussen, 1st, Pole Vault (14-0)

1949

George Rasmussen, 4th-Tie, Pole Vault (13-8)

1950

Bill Fell, 6th-Tie, 100 Yards (9.9) Dave Henthorne, 6th-Tie, 100 Yards (9.9)

1951

Chuck Missfeldt, 1st, Javelin (219-4.75) Jack Hutchins, 5th, 880 Yards(1:52.1)

1952

Emery Barnes, 1st, High Jump (6-8) Jack Hutchins, 3rd-Tie, 880 Yards(1:50.6) Chuck Missfeldt, 3rd, Javelin (207-6)

1954

Bill Dellinger, 1st, Mile (4:13.8) Ken Reiser, 5th, 2-mile (9:34.6)

1955

Jim Bailey, 1st, Mile (4:05.6) Ken Reiser, 1st, 2-mile (9:04.5) Bill Dellinger, 2nd, Mile (4:06.4) Martin Pedigo, 6th, 220 Yard Low Hurdles (nt)

1956

Bill Dellinger, 1st, 5,000 Meters (14:48.5) Jim Bailey, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (3:43.3) Martin Pedigo, 5th, Triple Jump (47-9.5)

1957

Jim Grelle, 2nd, Mile (4:07.1) Jack Morris, 6th, 220 Yards Low Hurdles (nt)

1958

Jim Grelle, 2nd, Mile (4:04.8) Steve Anderson, 6th, 220 Yard Low Hurdles (23.8)

1959

Jim Grelle, 1st, Mile (4:03.9) Roscoe Cook, 100 Yards (9.3)

1960

Dyrol Burleson, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:44.2) Dave Edstrom, 3rd, 110 Meter High Hurdles (14.2) Jerry Stubblefield, 4th, Discus (167-6) George Larson, 6th, 1,500 Meters (3:49.7) Jerry Close, 6th, Long Jump (24-0.5)

Dean Crouser NCAA Champion

1961

Dyrol Burleson, 1st, Mile (4:00.5) Jerry Tarr, 1st, 120 Yard High Hurdles (13.9) Sig Ohleman, 2nd, 880 Yards (1:48.7) Harry Jerome, 2nd, 100 Yards (9.4) Keith Forman, 3rd, Mile, (4:05.1) Roscoe Cook, 4th, 100 Yards (9.6) George Larson, 6th Mile (4:07.2)

1962

Harry Jerome, 1st, 220 Yards (20.8) Harry Jerome, 2nd, 100 Yards (9.4) Dyrol Burleson, 1st, Mile (3:59.8) Jerry Tarr, 1st, 120 Yard High Hurdles (13.5) Jerry Tarr, 1st, Intermediate Hurdles (50.3) Mel Renfro, 2nd, 120 Yard High Hurdles (13.8) Mel Renfro, 3rd, Long Jump (25-11.75) Mike Lehner, 3rd, Steeplechase (8:54.4) Keith Forman, 4th, Mile (4:04.5) Clayton Steinke, 4th, Steeplechase (9:03.1) Dave Steen, 5th, Shot Put (58-5.25) Les Tipton, 5th, Javelin (233-5)

1963

Vic Reeve, 2nd, 3-mile (14:26.6) Mike Lehner, 2nd, Steeplechase (9:10.8) Dave Steen, 2nd, Shot Put (61-11.25) Paul Stuber, 3rd, High Jump (6-9) John Burns, 5th, Javelin (242-10.5) Archie San Romani, 5th, Mile (4:06.7) Clayton Steinke, 5th, 6-mile (30:50.7) Clayton Steinke, 6th, Steeplechase (9:00.5) Bob Watson, 5th, Pole Vault (15-9.75) Terry Llewellyn, 6th, High Jump (6-8) Dave Blunt, 6th, 100 (9.8)

1964

Harry Jerome, 1st, 100 Meters (10.1) Les Tipton, 1st, Javelin (249-10.5) Gary Reddaway, 2nd, Javelin (246-1) Mike Lehner, 2nd, Steeplechase (8:50.6) Archie San Romani, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (3:40.8) Harry Jerome, 3rd, 200 Meters (20.6) Ron Gomez, 3rd, Javelin (232-8.5) Dave Blunt, 4th, 200 Meters (20.9w) Ken Moore, 4th, 5,000 Meters (14:14.4) Ray Van Asten, 5th, 800 Meters (1:49.2) Clayton Steinke, 5th, Steeplechase (9:00.5) Paul Stuber, 6th, High Jump (6-9) Ken Moore, 6th, Steeplechase (9:02.8)

1965 Neal Steinhauer, 1st, Shot Put (62-6) Bruce Mortenson, 1st, Steeplechase (9:00.8) Gerry Moro, 3rd, Pole Vault (15-8.5) Ken Moore, 3-Mile (13:45) Al O’Leary, Jim Meinert, Jim Wood, Gordon Payne, 4th, Mile Relay (3:11.1) Wade Bell, 5th, 880 (1:49.8) 1966

Neal Steinhauer, 2nd, Shot Put (64-0.5) Bruce Mortenson, 3rd, Steeplechase (9:00.2) Wade Bell, 4th, Mile (4:02.2) Neal Steinhauer, 4th, Discus (181-0) Ken Moore, 6th, Steeplechase (9:08.8)

Dan Nelson NCAA Champion

169 168

1967

Wade Bell, 1st, 880 Yards (1:47.6) Roscoe Divine, 2nd, Mile (4:06.2) Neal Steinhauer, 2nd, Shot Put (64-2) Bill Heikkila, 2nd, Javelin (246-0) Bob Williams, 4th, Steeplechase (9:08.6) Dave Wilborn, 5th, Mile (4:07.9)

1968

Dave Wilborn, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (3:40.3) Arne Kvalheim, 4th, 5,000 Meters (14:07.8) Norm Trerise, 6th, 5,000 Meters (14:16.4)

1969

Steve Savage, 2nd, Steeplechase (8:45.0) Norm Trerise, 3rd, 3-Mile (13:46.4) Tom Smith, 4th, Long Jump (26-0.25)

1970 Steve Prefontaine, 1st, 3-Mile (13:22.0) Bouncy Moore, 2nd, Long Jump (25-6) Steve Savage, 3rd, Steeplechase (8:45.6) Albert Hearvey, 4th, 100 Yards (9.5) Albert Hearvey, Vincent Buford, Weldon Vance, Doug Chapman, 4th, Mile Relay (3:08.1) Gary Wolf, 5th, Discus (178-9) Tom Smith, 6th, Long Jump (25-1.25) 1971 Steve Prefontaine, 1st, 3-Mile (13:20.2) Bouncy Moore, 1st, Long Jump (25-9.75) Steve Savage, 2nd, Steeplechase (8:34.0) Vincent Buford, Doug Chapman, Craig Blackman, Weldon Vance, 3rd, Mile Relay (3:06.4) Bob Martin, Ivory Harris, Albert Hearvey, John Swanson, 4th, 440 Yard Relay (40.5) 1972 Steve Prefontaine, 1st, 5,000 Meters (13:31.4) Pete Schmock, 2nd, Shot Put (64-10.25) Vincent Buford, Craig Blackman, Doug Chapman, Weldon Vance, 2nd, Mile Relay (3:06.4) Mac Wilkins, 4th, Discus (183-7) Bob Martin, Ivory Harris, Albert Hearvey, John Mays, 4th, 440 Yard Relay (40.5) Steve Bence, 6th, 800 Meters (1:47.7) 1973

Steve Prefontaine, 1st, 3-mile (12:53.4) (13:05.3) Mac Wilkins, 1st, Discus (203-11) Mac Wilkins, 3rd, Shot Put (63-8) Craig Brigham, 4th, Decathlon (7527) Steve Bence, 6th, 880 Yards (1:48.5)

1974

Paul Geis, 1st, 3-Mile (13:38.89)

1975

Paul Geis, 2nd, 3-Mile (13:36.76) Craig Brigham, 2nd, Decathlon (7,847) Gary Barger, 3rd, Steeplechase (9:00.54) Dave Voorhees, 5th, Discus (181-10)

1976

Rich Perkins, 3rd, Hammer (205-5) Matt Centrowitz, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (3:37.28) Randal Markey, 5th, 1,500 Meters (3:39.98) Jeff Carter, 5th, Javelin (253-5)

1977

Ray Burton, 3rd, Discus (197-11) Dave Taylor, 5th, 5,000 Meters (13:43.82)

Art Skipper NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s All-Americans, continued 1990

Scott McGee, 1st, Hammer (217-8) Danny Lopez, 2nd, Steeplechase (8:36.86) Brian Wright, 4th, 400 Meter Hurdles (50.23) Rick Mestler, 6th, Steeplechase (8:46.16) Latin Berry, 8th, Long Jump (25-3.25) Spencer Williams, 10th, Triple Jump (51-5.75) Pat Haller, 13th, 10,000 Meters (30:11.25)

1991

Scott McGee, 2nd, Hammer (224-5) Bob Gray, 2nd, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.63) Art Skipper, 3rd, Javelin (234-9) Muhammad Oliver, 4th, Decathlon (7,709) Rick Mestler, 5th, Steeplechase (8:37.14) Pedro daSilva, 6th, Decathlon (7,527) Tye Van Schoiack, 7th, Steeplechase (8:40.14) Pat Haller, 9th, 5,000 Meters (14:15.03)

1992

Art Skipper, 1st, Javelin (248-7) Tye Van Schoiack, 3rd, Steeplechase (8:39.69) Pat Haller, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (14:04.57) Pedro daSilva, 3rd, Decathlon (8,167) Muhammad Oliver, 4th, Decathlon (8,060) Bob Gray, 6th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.95) Rick Mestler, 6th, Steeplechase (8:43.89)

1995

Ray Livingston, 5th, Decathlon (7,628) Pat Johnson, 8th, 100 Meters (10.32) Pat Johnson, 9th, 200 Meters (20.76)

1996

Chris Nelson, 4th(t), High Jump (7-2.5) Ray Livingston, 4th, Decathlon (7,660) Karl Keska, 8th, 10,000 Meters (29:28.84) Matthew Davis, 9th, 10,000 Meters (29:38.84) Rick Cantwell, 12th, 5,000 Meters (14:48.73)

1997

Daniel Das Neves, 7th, Steeplechase (8:42.01) Piotr Buciarski, 8th, Pole Vault (17-2.75) Gregg Bleakney, 11th, Triple Jump (50-2.5) Micah Davis, 13th, Steeplechase (8:50.68)

1998

Micah Davis, 4th, Steeplechase (8:41.95) Piotr Buciarski, Pole Vault, 7th (17-4.5) Piotr Buciarski, Pole Vault, 3rd (18-0.5) - Indoors

1999

Steve Fein, 7th, 5,000 Meters (14:11.70) Steve Fein, 7th, 3,000m (7:58.51) - Indoors

2000

Santiago Lorenzo, 5th, Decathlon (7,543) Jason Boness, 7th (t), High Jump (7-2.25) Steve Fein, 13th, 1,500 Meters (3:45.63)

2001

Santiago Lorenzo, 1st, Decathlon (7,889) John Stiegeler, 1st, Javelin (252-10) Jason Hartmann, 3rd, 10,000 Meters (29:28.97) Billy Pappas, 8th, Decathlon (7,488) Jason Boness, 9th, High Jump (6-11.75) - Indoors

2002

Jason Hartmann, 4th, 10,000 Meters (29:28.50) Micah Harris, 7th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.78) Trevor Woods, 3rd, Pole Vault (17-11.75) - Indoors Samie Parker, 4th, 60 Meters (6.66) - Indoors Simon Kimata, 5th, 800m (1:49.56) - Indoors

Dan Nelson, 1st, Steeplechase (8:35.37) Latin Berry, 5th, Long Jump (26-4.5) Harold Kuphaldt, 10th, 5,000 Meters (14:08.45)

2003

Jason Hartmann, 4th, 10,000 Meters (28:31.96) Samie Parker, 5th, 100 Meters (10.41) John Stiegeler, Javelin, 4th (241-5) Adam Kriz, 5th, Hammer (220-2) Eric Logsdon, 8th, 5,000 Meters (13:59.00) Trevor Woods, 8th-t, Pole Vault (16-10.75) Samie Parker, 3rd, 60 Meters (6.64) - Indoors

1988

Eric Finch, 3rd, Hammer (217-8) Jay Davis, 4th, Pole Vault (17-7.25) Latin Berry, 6th, Triple Jump (53-5.75) Jose deSouza, 6th, Shot Put (59-5.25) Jose deSouza, 6th, Discus (183-8) Jim Mours, 6th, Pole Vault (17-3.5) Eric Peterson, 8th, 1,500 Meters (3:44.30) Seth Simonds, 8th, Steeplechase (8:47.14) Brad Hudson, 9th, 10,000 Meters (29:02.48)

2004 Tommy Skipper, Pole Vault, 1st (18-8.25) Travis Anderson, Brandon Holliday, Kedar Inico, Matt Scherer, 5th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:03.88) Brett Holts, 7th, Steeplechase (8:57.75) Eric Logsdon, 7th, 5,000 Meters (14:22.05) Tommy Skipper, 2nd, Pole Vault (18-4.5) - Indoors Eric Mitchum, 6th, 60 Meter Hurdles (7.74) - Indoors Ryan Andrus, 7th, 5,000 Meters (14:03.21) - Indoors Leonidas Watson, 9th, Long Jump (25-2.5) - Indoors

1989

Pedro daSilva, 2nd, Decathlon (7,885) Eric Finch, 2nd, Hammer (222-0) Spencer Williams, 4th, Triple Jump (53-11.25) Latin Berry, 5th, Long Jump (26-8.5) Colin Dalton, 6th, 1,500 Meters (3:45.57) Scott McGee, 6th, Hammer (211-11) Rick Mestler, 8th, Steeplechase (9:08.04)

1978

Rudy Chapa, 1st, 5,000 Meters (13:35.29) Tom Hintnaus, 2nd, Pole Vault (17-4) Dave Voorhees, 3rd, Discus (188-6) Dave Voorhees, 3rd, Shot Put (64-3.75) John McArdle, 4th, Hammer (205-1) Don Clary, 5th, Steeplechase (8:33.43) Jeff Stover, 5th, Shot Put (63-0) Alberto Salazar, 6th, 10,000 Meters (28:46.55) Matt Centrowitz, 6th, 1,500 (3:39.29)

1979

Rudy Chapa, 2nd, 5,000 Meters (13:25.39) Alberto Salazar, 3rd, 10,000 Meters (28:06.12) Don Coleman, 3rd, 200 Meters (20.64) Ray Burton, 4th, Discus (201-5) John McArdle, 5th, Hammer (211-3) Jeff Stover, 6th, Shot Put (61-6) Phil Bransom, 6th, High Hurdles (13.99)

1980

Tom Hintnaus, 2nd, Pole Vault (17-11.75) Ken Martin, 2nd, Steeplechase (8:24.09) Bill McChesney, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (13:47.96) Jon Switzer, 5th (tie), Pole Vault (17-0) David Mack, 6th, 800 Meters (1:47.48)

1981

Reidar Lorentzen, 2nd, Javelin (269-5) Dean Crouser, 4th, Discus (200-5) Alberto Salazar, 4th, 10,000 Meters (28:53.5) Jim Hill, 7th, 5,000 Meters (13:56.4) Rudy Chapa, 9th, 5,000 Meters (14:03.2)

1982

Dean Crouser, 1st, Shot Put (68-4.25) Dean Crouser, 1st, Discus (207-4) Brian Crouser, 1st, Javelin (274-7) David Mack, 1st, 800 Meters (1:48.0) Jim Hill, 5th, 1,500 Meters (3:48.37) Bill McChesney, 5th, 5,000 Meters (14:12.06)

1983

Joaquim Cruz, 1st, 800 Meters (1:44.91) Dean Crouser, 1st, Discus (216-2) Dean Crouser, 3rd, Shot Put (67-5.5) Dub Myers, 5th, 1,500m (3:41.92) Kent Landerholm, 7th, Hammer (222-5) Steve Davis, 9th, Discus (192-8)

1984

Joaquim Cruz, 1st, 800 Meters (1:45.10) Joaquim Cruz, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:36.48) Kory Tarpenning, 2nd, Pole Vault (18-0) Dub Myers, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (3:37.94) Jim Hill, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (13:48.72) Brian Crouser, 4th, Javelin (262-1) Matt McGuirk, 5th, Steeplechase (8:33.03) Harold Kuphaldt, 6th, Steeplechase (8:34.86) John Zishka, 6th, 5,000 Meters (13:49.55) Ken Flax, 7th, Hammer (222-3) Chris Hamilton, 10th, 10,000 Meters (29:14.69)

1985

Brian Crouser, 1st, Javelin (281-0) Ken Flax, 3rd, Hammer (244-5) Dub Myers, 4th, 1,500 Meters (3:42.93) Mike Blackmore, 4th, 5,000 Metera (14:03.60)

1986

Ken Flax, 1st, Hammer (257-0) Dub Myers, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:41.72) Mark McMonigal, 2nd, 10,000 Meters (29:22.17) Kevin Carr, 7th, Discus (189-1)

1987

169

2005 Galen Rupp, 2nd, 10,000 Meters (28:23.75) Jordan Kent, Kedar Inico, AK Ikwuakor, Matt Scherer, 3rd, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:00.81) Eric Mitchum, 4th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.53) Richard Del Rincon, Matt Scherer, Kedar Inico, Jordan Kent, 6th, 4x100 Meter Relay (39.20) Kedar Inico, 8th, 400 Meters (45.85) Eric Logsdon, 12th, 5,000 Meters (14:20.21) Tommy Skipper, 1st, Pole Vault (18-4.5) - Indoors Eric Mitchum, 4th, 60 Meters Hurdles (7.73) - Indoors Leonidas Watson, 4th, Long Jump (25-11) - Indoors Travis Anderson, Kedar Inico, A.K. Ikwuakor, Matt Scherer, 5th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:05.26) - Indoors Kedar Inico, 6th, 400 Meters (46.62) - Indoors Eric Logsdon, 7th, 3,000 Meters (8:04.27) - Indoors Matt Scherer, 9th, 400 Meters (47.15) - Indoors Ryan Voge, 10th, Heptathlon (5,209) - Indoors 2006 Tommy Skipper, 1st, Pole Vault (18-8.25) Matt Scherer, 4th, 400 Meters (45.41) Eric Mitchum, 5th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.58) Richard Del Rincon, Matt Scherer, Derrick Jones, Jordan Kent, 7th, 4x100 Meter Relay (39.48) Travis Anderson, Matt Scherer, A.K. Ikwuakor, Jordan Kent, 6th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:04.85) Tommy Skipper, 1st, Pole Vault (18-6.5) - Indoors Eric Mitchum, 3rd, 60 Meter Hurdles (7.68) - Indoors Galen Rupp, 5th, 5,000 Meters (13:56.41) - Indoors Galen Rupp, 6th, 3,000 Meters (8:07.85) - Indoors 2007

Tommy Skipper, 1st, Pole Vault (18-0.5) Galen Rupp, 2nd, 10,000 Meters (28:56.19) Ryan Brandel, 7th, Javelin (225-11) Marcus Dillon, 9th, 400 Meters (46.18) Galen Rupp, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (13:40.38) - Indoors Galen Rupp, 4th, 3,000 Meters (7:56.79) - Indoors A.J. Acosta, 13th, Mile (4:08.78) - Indoors

2008 Ashton Eaton, 1st, Decathlon (8,055) Andrew Wheating, 2nd, 800 Meters (1:45.32) Colin Veldman, 7th, Hammer (219-7) Alex Wolff, 7th, Javelin (220-1.5) A.J. Acosta, 9th, 1,500 Meters (3:43.95) Mike Simmons, 9th, Javelin (215-0.5) A.J. Acosta, 3rd, Mile (4:04.90) - Indoors Ashton Eaton, 6th, Heptathlon (5,676) - Indoors Ashton Eaton, Chad Barlow, Phil Alexander, Marcus Dillon, 7th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:07.89) - Indoors 2009 Andrew Wheating, 1st, 800 Meters (1:46.21) Galen Rupp, 1st, 5,000 Meters (14:04.12) Galen Rupp, 1st, 10,000 Meters (28:21.45) Ashton Eaton, 1st, Decathlon (8,241) Cyrus Hostetler, 4th, Javelin (238-6) Shadrack Biwott, 8th, 5,000 Meters (14:11.45) Alex Wolff, 10th, Javelin (219-11) Luke Puskedra, 11th, 10,000 Meters (19:20.18) Marshall Ackley, 12th, Decathlon (7,470) Galen Rupp, 1st, 3,000 Meters (7:48.94) - Indoors Galen Rupp, 1st, 5,000 Meters (13:41.45) - Indoors A.J. Acosta, Chad Barlow, Andrew Wheating, Galen Rupp, 1st, Distance Medley Relay (9:29.59) - Indoors Ashton Eaton, 1st, Heptathlon (5,988) - Indoors Andrew Wheating, 2nd, 800 Meters (1:48.54) - Indoors Matthew Centrowitz, 6th, Mile (4:02.69) - Indoors Luke Puskedra, 6th, 5,000 Meters (13:50.82) - Indoors Scott Wall, 14th, 5,000 Meters (14:24.18) - Indoors 2010 Andrew Wheating, 1st, 800 Meters (1:45.69) Andrew Wheating, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:47.94) Ashton Eaton, 1st, Decathlon (8,457) A.J. Acosta, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (3:48.01) Matthew Centrowitz, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (3:48.08) Jordan McNamara, 8th, 5,000 Meters (13:54.30) Jordan Stray, 9th, Hammer (212-4) Elijah Greer, 10th, 800 Meters (1:46.99) Cyrus Hostetler, 10th, Javelin (225-4) Luke Puskedra, 14th, 10,000 Meters (29:27.37) A.J. Acosta, Chad Barlow, Travis Thompson, Andrew Wheating, Distance Medley Relay, 1st (9:36.87) - Indoors Ashton Eaton, Heptathlon, 1st (6,499) - Indoors Andrew Wheating, 2nd, 800 Meters (1:48.40) - Indoors Mac Fleet, 2nd, Mile (4:01.63) - Indoors A.J. Acosta, 4th, Mile (4:02.27) - Indoors Matt Butcher, Ashton Eaton, Travis Thompson, Chad Barlow, 6th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:08.42) - Indoors Luke Puskedra, 9th, 5,000 Meters (13:57.98) - Indoors Elijah Greer, 10th, 800 Meters (1:50.55) - Indoors


RECORD BOOK 2011

Matthew Centrowitz, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:42.54) Mike Berry, 3rd, 400 Meters (45.18) Elijah Greer, 3rd, 800 Meters (1:45.06) Luke Puskedra, 6th, 10,000 Meters (28:33.47) 2 Steve Finley, 13th, Steeplechase (9:05.94) 2 A.J. Acosta, 16th, 1,500 Meters (3:49.81) 2 David Klech, 16th, Decathlon (7,469) Matthew Centrowitz, 4th, 3,000 Meters (8:04.88) - Indoors David Klech, 6th, Heptathlon (5,831) - Indoors 2 Mac Fleet, Mike Berry, Boru Guyota, Matthew Centrowitz, 10th, Distance Medley Relay (9:48.00) 2 Luke Puskedra, 14th, 5,000 Meters (14:02.26) - Indoors 2 Elijah Greer, 15th, 800 Meters (1:54.48) - Indoors 2 Mac Fleet, 16th, Mile (4:08.16) - Indoors

2012

Mike Berry, 2nd, 400 Meters (44.75) Elijah Greer, 3rd, 800 Meters (1:46.05) Luke Puskedra, 4th, 10,000 Meters (28:24.24) Trevor Dunbar, 6th, 5,000 Meters (13:44.16) 2 Parker Stinson, 10th, 5,000 Meters (13:58.28) 2 Johnathan Cabral, 11th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.64) 2 Dakotah Keys, 12th, Decathlon (7,559) 2 Sam Crouser, 14th, Javelin (229-11) 2 Boru Guyota, 15th, 800 Meters (1:48.01) 2 Chris Kwiatkowski, 15th, 5,000 Meters (14:05.38) Mike Berry, 3rd, 400 Meters (45.93) - Indoors 2 Trevor Dunbar, 10th, 3,000 Meters (7:56.24) - Indoors 2 Parker Stinson, 13th, 5,000 Meters (14:08.63) - Indoors

2013 Elijah Greer, 1st, 800 Meters (1:46.58) Mac Fleet, 1st, 1,500 Meters (3:50.25) Sam Crouser, 3rd, Javelin (239-9) Jack Galpin, Kevin Anding, Arthur Delaney, Mike Berry, 3rd, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:03.61) Greg Skipper, 4th, Hammer (219-11) Johnathan Cabral, 5th, 110 Meter Hurdles (13.41) Parker Stinson, 6th, 10,000 Meters (29:46.45) 2 Mike Berry, 9th, 400 Meters (45.70) 2 Dakotah Keys, 11th, Decathlon (7,817) 2 Chad Noelle, 13th, 1,500 Meters (3:42.80) 2 Dior Mathis, Arthur Delaney, B.J. Kelley, De’Anthony Thomas, 16th, 4x100 Meter Relay (39.89) Elijah Greer, 1st, 800 Meters (1:47.13) - Indoors Mike Berry, 2nd, 400 Meters (45.83) - Indoors Johnathan Cabral, 6th, 60 Meters (7.73) - Indoors Boru Guyota, 8th, 800 Meters (1:51.04) - Indoors 2 Dakotah Keys, 9th, Heptathlon (5,757) - Indoors 2 Mac Fleet, 12th, Mile (4:02.18) - Indoors 2 Brett Johnson, 13th, Mile (4:04.11) - Indoors 2 Jeramy Elkaim, 13th, 5,000 Meters (14:08.42) - Indoors 2 Matt Miner, 15th, Mile (4:06.77) - Indoors 2

Second team selection (all others first team)

Oregon Multi All-America Award Winners Outdoors, unless otherwise indicated 11

Galen Rupp (5 outdoor, 6 indoor)

8

A.J. Acosta (4 outdoor, 4 indoor) Ashton Eaton (3 outdoor, 5 indoor) Matt Scherer (6 outdoor, 2 indoor) Andrew Wheating (4 outdoor, 4 indoor)

7

Mike Berry (5 outdoor, 2 indoor) Elijah Greer (4 outdoor, 3 indoor) Luke Puskedra (4 outdoor, 3 indoor)

6

Kedar Inico (4 outdoor, 2 indoor) Tommy Skipper (3 outdoor, 3 indoor)

5

Matthew Centrowitz (2 outdoor, 3 indoor) Dean Crouser Mac Fleet (1 outdoor, 4 indoor) Harry Jerome Eric Mitchum (2 outdoor, 3 indoor)

4

Chad Barlow (0 outdoor, 4 indoor) Latin Berry Boyd Brown Albert Hearvey Jordan Kent Eric Logsdon (3 outdoor, 1 indoor) Rick Mestler Dub Meyers Steve Prefontaine Neal Steinhauer

3

Travis Anderson (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Piotr Buciarski (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Vincent Buford Dyrol Burleson Johnathan Cabral (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Rudy Chapa Doug Chapman Brian Crouser Joaquim Cruz Pedro daSilva Bill Dellinger Steve Fein (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Ken Flax Jim Grelle Boru Guyota (1 outdoor, 2 indoor) Pat Haller Jim Hill Dakotah Keys (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Mike Lehner Scott McGee Samie Parker (1 outdoor, 2 indoor) George Rasmussen Alberto Salazar

Steve Savage Les Steers Parker Stinson (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Jerry Tarr Weldon Vance George Varoff Dave Voorhees Mac Wilkins

2

Jim Bailey Wade Bell Craig Blackman Craig Brigham Jason Boness (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Ray Burton Matt Centrowitz Sam Crouser Micah Davis Arthur Delaney Marcus Dillon (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Richard Del Rincon Jose deSouza Trevor Dunbar (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Eric Finch Paul Geis Bob Gray Ivory Harris Jason Hartman Tom Hintnaus Cyrus Hostetler A.K. Ikwuakor Pat Johnson David Klech (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Harold Kuphaldt Ray Livingston Santiago Lorenzo David Mack Bob Martin John McArdle Bill McChesney Bouncy Moore Bruce Mortenson Mohammad Oliver Mel Renfro Art Skipper John Stiegeler Jeff Stover Tye Van Scholack Travis Thompson (0 outdoor, 2 indoor) Leonidas Watson (0 outdoor, 2 indoor) Spencer Williams Alex Wolff Trevor Woods (1 outdoor, 1 indoor)

171 170

Oregon All-Americans by Event (395) Outdoors (333) 100 Yards 100 Meters 200 Yards 200 Meters 220 Yards 400 Meters 800 Yards 880 Yards 800 Meters 1,500 Meters Mile 2-Mile 3-Mile 5,000 Meters 6-Mile 10,000 Meters 110 Yard Hurdles 120 Yard Hurdles 110 Meter Hurdles 220 Yard Low Hurdles 400 Yard Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 440 Meter Relay 440 Yard Relay 4x100 Meter Relay Mile Relay 4x400 Meter Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin Hammer Decathlon

9 2 2 1 2 6 2 5 12 24 15 2 7 29 1 19 1 3 9 2 1 1 33 2 1 1 3 4 9 21 10 5 11 13 31 15 19

Indoors (62) 60 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 60 Meter Hurdles 4x400 Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay High Jump Long Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

2 4 7 9 6 10 4 3 3 1 2 5 6

Mac Fleet NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK

Men’s Conference Results Pacific Coast Conference Championship Results (1919-59) 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

1-California, 53.5; 2-Stanford, 38; 3-Washington State, 30.5; 4-Oregon State, 24.5; 5-Washington-19.5; 6-Oregon, 9.5. 1-California, 51.5; 2-Stanford, 46; 3-Oregon State, 25; 4-Washington State, 19; 5-Washington, 12.5; 6-Oregon, 11. 1-Washington, 60; 2-Oregon State, 48; 3-Oregon, 36.5; 4-Washington State, 18.5 1-Washington, 56.7; 2-Oregon State, 49.3; 3-Oregon, 28; 4-Montana, 12; 5-Washington State-9; 6-Idaho, 6. 1-California, 43.5; 2-Washington, 40; 3-Oregon State, 28.5; 4-Oregon, 24; 5-Montana, 12; 5-Washington State,11; 7-Idaho, 6. 1-Oregon, 37; 2-Washington, 36; 3t-Oregon State, 27; 3t-Stanford-37; 5-Idaho, 17; 6-Washington State, 16; 7-Montana, 5. 1-Stanford, 63.5; 2-Washington, 46.5; 3-Montana, 15.5; 4-Oregon State, 15; 5-Oregon, 13; 6-Washington State, 8.5; 7- Idaho, 3. 1-Stanford, 49.3; 2-USC, 41; 3-California, 27.5; 4-Motana, 15; 5-Washington, 14; 5-Washington State, 9.7; 6-Oregon State, 5; 7-Oregon, 3.3; 8-Idaho, 0. 1-Stanford, 55.5; 2-USC, 53.3; 3-Washington, 30; 4t-California, 26; 4t-Oregon State, 26; 6-Oregon, 10; 7-Idaho, 8; 9-Washington State, 7, 9-Montana, 4; 10-UCLA-1. 1-Washington, 42.5; 2-Oregon State, 33.5; 3-Washington State, 30.5, 4-Stanford, 24; 5-Montana, 16; 6-Oregon, 12.5; 7-Idaho, 6; 8-California-0.

1929-35 PCC Northern and Southern Division Championships contested separately; PCC North results: 1929 No team scores kept 1930 1-Washington, 56.4; 2-Oregon, 43.5; 3-Washington State, 37.9; 4-Oregon State, 13.2; 5-Idaho, 10; 6-Montana, 4. 1931 1-Washington, 60.5; 2-Oregon, 39; 3-Washington State, 30; 4-Oregon State, 22.5; 5-Montana, 9; 6-Idaho, 4. 1932 1-Washington State, 46; 2-Oregon, 41; 3-Washington, 40; 4-Oregon State, 21; 5-Idaho, 11; 6-Montana, 6. 1933 1-Washington State, 54; 2-Oregon, 45.3; 3-Washington, 24.3; 4-Oregon State, 13; 5-Montana, 10.3; 6-Idaho, 8. 1934 1-Oregon, 38; 2-Washington State, 36; 3-Washington, 34; 4-Oregon State, 19; 5-Montana, 12; 6-Idaho, 5. 1935 1-Washington State, 50.75; 2-Oregon, 48.75; 3-Washington, 42.5; 4-Oregon State, 12.5; 5-Idaho, 6.75; 6-Montana, 3.75. 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942

1-USC, 53.25; 2-Stanford, 41; 3-California, 39; 4-Oregon, 11.75; 5-Washington State, 11.5; 6-Washington, 7.75; 8t-Idaho, 3.75; 8t-UCLA, 3.75; 10-Montana, 0. 1-USC, 55; 2-Stanford, 54; 3-Washington State, 37; 4-California, 25; 5-Washington, 19.5; 6-UCLA, 16.5; 7-Oregon, 10; 8-Idaho, 6; 9t-Montana, 1; 9t-Oregon State, 1. 1-USC, 63.6; 2-Stanford, 40.7; 3-California, 36.1; 4-Washington State, 28; 5t-Oregon, 23; 5t-UCLA, 23; 7-Washington, 9; 8-Idaho, 1.6; 9t-Montana, 0; 9t-Oregon State 0. 1-USC, 67; 2-Stanford, 45; 3-California, 38; 4-Washington State, 30; 5-Oregon, 15.5; 6-UCLA, 13; 7-Montana, 7; 8-Oregon State, 5; 9-Washington, 2.5; 10-Idaho, 2. 1-USC, 55; 2-Stanford, 53; 3-California, 36; 4-UCLA, 26; 5-Washington State, 22; 6-Oregon, 16; 7-Washington, 9; 8-Idaho, 7; 9-Oregon State, 1; 10-Montana, 0. 1-USC, 72; 2-California, 49.5; 3-Washington State, 27; 4-Stanford, 22; 5-Idaho, 14; 6-UCLA, 12.5; 7t-Oregon, 8; 7t-Washington, 8; 9t, Montana, 6; 9t, Oregon State, 6. 1-USC, 79; 2-California, 43.5; 3-Stanford, 25.5; 4-Washington, 21.3; 5-Idaho, 14.5; 6-Oregon State, 10.3; 7-Washington State, 9; 8-UCLA, 7.5; 9-Oregon, 5.3; 10-Montana, 0.

1943-47 PCC Northern and Southern Division Championships contested separately; PCC North results: 1943 1-Washington, 54.3; 2-Oregon State, 32; 3-Oregon, 31; 4-Washington State, 30.3; 5-Idaho, 15.3; 6-Montana, 0. 1944-45 No championships contested 1946 1-Oregon State, 32; 2-Washington, 31.5; 3-Oregon, 31.1; 4-Washington State, 27.8; 5-Montana, 22.6; 6-Idaho, 20. 1947 1-Washington, 52; 2-Washington State, 35.5; 3-Oregon, 33; 4-Oregon State, 20; 5-Montana, 17.5; 6-Idaho, 7. 1948

1-USC, 47.5; 2-UCLA, 41.5; 3-Stanford, 38.5; 4-California, 35.5; 5t-Washington, 21; 5t-Washington State 21; 7-Oregon, 9.5; 8-Montana, 5; 9-Oregon State, 3.5; 10-Idaho, 1.

Santiago Lorenzo NCAA Champion

1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

1-USC, 71.5; 2-Stanford, 42; 3-UCLA, 32; 4-California, 28.5; 5-Washington State, 14.5; 6-Oregon, 10.5; 7-Oregon State, 10; 8-Washington-7; 9-Montana, 5; 10-Idaho, 4. 1-USC, 62.2; 2-Stanford, 42.2; 3-California, 35; 4-Oregon, 31.2; 5-Washington State, 13; 6-Washington, 12; 7-Oregon State, 11.2; 8-UCLA, 7.2; 9-Idaho, 6; 10-Montana, 5. 1-USC, 84.5; 2-UCLA, 40.5; 3-Stanford, 27; 4-Washington State, 17; 5-California, 16; 6-Idaho, 11.5; 7-Oregon, 11; 8-Oregon State, 10.5; 9-Washington, 7. 1-USC, 62.3; 2-Stanford, 35; 3-California, 30.8; 4-UCLA, 20; 5-Washington State, 19.5; 6-Oregon, 19; 7-Oregon State, 18.3; 8-Washington, 14; 9-Idaho, 6. 1-USC, 59.5; 2-California, 37.3; 3-Stanford, 30.5; 4-Washington State, 27.5; 5-UCLA, 24.5; 6t-Oregon, 14; 6t-Washington, 14; 8-Idaho, 10.5; 9-Oregon State, 7. 1-USC, 70; 2-California, 49; 3-Stanford, 35.5; 4-Washington State, 16; 5-UCLA, 15; 6-Oregon, 13.3; 7-Washington, 13; 8-Oregon State, 7. 9-Idaho, 6. 1-USC, 65; 2-UCLA, 44.5; 3-Stanford, 43; 4-Oregon, 25; 5-Washington, 13.5; 6-Washington State, 12; 7-California, 11; 8-Idaho, 7; 9-Oregon State, 4. 1-UCLA, 69.5; 2-USC, 67; 3-Stanford, 29.5; 4-Oregon, 21; 5-California, 17.5; 6-Washington, 6.5; 7t-Oregon State, 6; 7t-Washington State, 6; 9-Idaho, 2. 1-USC, 67; 2-Oregon, 39.5; 3-UCLA, 38; 4-Stanford, 29; 5-California, 22; 6-Washington, 16; 7-Idaho, 7; 8-Oregon State, 3.5; 9-Washington State, 3. 1-USC, 58.5; 2-California, 44.5; 3-UCLA, 40; 4t-Oregon, 26.5; 4t-Stanford, 26.5; 6-Washington State, 14.5; 7-Washington, 13.5. 1-USC, 54; 2-UCLA, 37.3; 3-Oregon, 35; 4-Washington, 30; 5-California, 27.3; 6-Washington State, 24; 7-Stanford, 17.5; 8-Oregon State, 9.8; 9-Idaho, 5.

AAWU/Pacific-8 Conference Championships Results (1960-78) 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

1-USC, 83.5; 2-UCLA, 51; 3-California, 46.5; 4-Washington, 32.5; 5-Stanford, 26.5. 1-USC, 101; 2-UCLA, 55; 3-California, 34.5; 4-Stanford, 28.5; 5-Washington, 21. 1-USC, 78.5; 2-UCLA, 73; 3-Stanford, 50; 4-California, 21.5; 5-Washington, 17. 1-USC, 74; 2-Stanford, 64; 3-California, 28.5; 4-Washington State, 26; 5-UCLA, 25.5; 6-Washington, 24. 1-USC, 73; 2-California, 41; 3-Washington State, 40; 4-Stanford, 37; 5-Washington, 33; 6-UCLA, 16. 1-Oregon, 52; 2-Washington State, 41; 3-California, 40; 4-Stanford, 34; 5-USC, 34; 6-UCLA, 27; Oregon State, 25; 8-Washington, 16. 1-UCLA, 80; 2-USC, 44; 3-Oregon, 37; 4-Stanford, 32; 5-Oregon State, 21; 6-California, 21; 7-Washington State, 20; 8-Washington, 20. 1-Oregon, 129; 2-USC, 107; 3-UCLA, 87; 4-Oregon State, 84; 5-California, 48; 6-Washington, 43; 7-Stanford, 32; 8-Washington State, 28. 1-USC, 128; 2-Oregon, 82; 3-Oregon State, 79; 4-California, 77; 5-UCLA, 74; 6-Washington State, 66; 7-Washington, 31; 8-Stanford, 16. 1-UCLA, 98; 2-Oregon, 96; 3-Washington State, 87.75; 4-USC, 84; 5-Oregon State, 70.5; 6-Stanford, 50.75; 7-California, 37; 8-Washington, 24. 1-UCLA, 111; 2-Oregon, 102; 3-California, 79; 4-USC, 77; 5-Washington State, 72; 6-Oregon State, 54; 7-Washington, 33; 8-Stanford, 30. 1-UCLA, 126; 2-Oregon, 117; 3-USC, 102; 4-California, 77; 5-Washington, 45; 6-Stanford, 36; 7-Oregon State, 29; 8-Washington, 26. 1-USC, 140; 2-UCLA, 124; 3-Oregon, 86; 4-Washington, 64; 5-California, 63; 6-Oregon State, 43; 7-Stanford, 23; 8-Washington State, 14. 1-UCLA, 156; 2-USC, 111; 3-Oregon, 100, 4-Washington State, 88; 5-Oregon State, 78; 6-Washington, 34; 7-California, 26; 8-Stanford, 25. 1-USC, 134.5; 2-UCLA, 130.5; 3-Oregon, 94; 4-Washington State, 76; 5-Oregon State, 64; 6-California, 53.5; 7-Washington, 50.5; 8-Stanford, 17. 1-USC, 152; 2-UCLA, 115; 3-Washington State, 96; 4-Oregon, 94; 5-Oregon State, 72; 6-Washington, 67; 7-California, 41; 8-Stanford, 12. 1-USC, 180; 2-Washington, 99; 3-UCLA, 95; 4-Washington State, 88; 5-Oregon, 77; 6-California, 53; 7-Oregon State, 38; 8-Stanford, 21. 1-USC, 146; 2-Washington State, 132; 3-UCLA, 99; 4-Oregon, 70.5; 5-Washington, 69; 6-California, 64; 7-Stanford, 45; 8-Oregon State, 22.5. 1-Oregon, 119; 2-UCLA, 114; 3-Washington State, 109.5; 4-Washington, 60; 5-Oregon State, 56.5; 6-California, 38; 7-Stanford, 23 (USC, 126 points, forfeited title).

John Stiegeler NCAA Champion

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Tommy Skipper NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK Pacific-10 Conference Championships Results (1979-2011) 1979

1980 1981

1982 1983 1984

1985 1986

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

1-Oregon, 145; 2-UCLA, 123.33; 3-USC, 98.33; 4-Washington State, 77.33; 5-Arizona, 53; 6-Washington, 43; 7-California, 39; 8-Arizona State, 35; 9-Oregon State, 30; 10-Stanford, 11. 1-UCLA, 163; 2-Oregon, 116; 3-USC, 99; 4- Washington State, 67; 5-California, 49; 6-Arizona, 43; 7-Arizona State, 34; 8-Oregon State, 30; 9-Stanford, 28; 10-Washington, 20. 1-Arizona State, 133; 2-Oregon, 114; 3-UCLA, 108; 4-California, 76; 5-Washington State, 74; 6-Arizona, 57; 7-Oregon State, 39.5; 8-Washington, 28; 9-Stanford, 20 (USCineligible). 1-UCLA, 146: 2-Washington State, 113; 3-Arizona State, 94; 4-Oregon, 80.5; 5-California, 60; 6-USC, 47; 7-Arizona 40.5; 8-Oregon State, 35; 9-Washington, 27; 10-Stanford, 8. 1-Washington State, 132; 2-Arizona State, 87; 2-UCLA, 87; 4-Oregon, 86; 5-California, 72; 6-USC, 54; 7-Arizona, 50; 8-Washington, 37; 9-Oregon State, 32; 10-Stanford, 14. 1-Washington State, 157.33; 2-Oregon, 98; 3-USC, 94; 4-UCLA, 73.33; 5-Arizona, 53; 6-California, 51; 7-Washington, 43; 8-Arizona State, 41; 9-Oregon State, 25.33; 10-Stanford, 14. 1-Washington State, 149.5; 2-California, 94; 3-UCLA, 77; 4-Arizona, 69; 5-Oregon, 64; 6-USC, 55; 7-Oregon State, 44; 8-Washington, 43; 9-Arizona State, 36; 10-Stanford, 19.5. 1-Oregon, 134; 2-UCLA, 155; 3-Washington State, 104; 4-California, 89; 5-USC, 62; 6-Arizona State, 46; 7-Stanford, 37; 8-Arizona, 30; 9-Washington, 29; 10-Oregon State, 2. 1-UCLA, 176; 2-Oregon, 108; 3-Washington State, 79; 4-USC, 69; 5-California, 58; 6-Washington, 45; 7-Arizona, 43; 8-Arizona State, 40; 9-Oregon State, 18; 10-Stanford, 14. 1-UCLA, 147; 2-Washington State, 80; 3-Oregon, 76; 4-Arizona, 72; 5-California, 64; 6-Stanford, 52; 7-USC, 52; 8-Arizona State, 45; 9-Washington, 42; 10-Oregon State, 20. 1-UCLA, 153; 2-Oregon, 118; 3-Arizona, 108; 4-Washington State, 72; 5-USC, 62; 6-Washington, 55; 7-California, 41; 8-Stanford, 37 (Arizona State ineligible). 1-Oregon, 141; 2-Washington State, 102; 3- UCLA, 98; 4-Arizona, 72; 5-California, 71; 6-Washington, 70; 7-USC, 39; 8-Stanford, 38; 9-Arizona State, 20. 1-Washington State, 135.67 (forfeited); 2-Oregon, 96; 3-California, 75.33; 4-Arizona, 75; 5-Arizona State, 72; 6-Washington, 70; 7-UCLA, 69; 8-Stanford, 30; 9-USC, 27. 1-UCLA, 123; 2-Oregon, 93; 3-USC, 80; 4-Washington State, 79.5; 5-Arizona State, 79; 6-Washington, 54.5; 7-California, 53; 8-Arizona, 51; 9-Stanford, 27. 1-UCLA, 170; 2-Arizona, 91; 3-USC, 89.5; 4-California, 78; 5-Oregon 69.5; 6-Arizona State, 67; 7-Washington, 60; 8-Stanford, 26 (Washington State ineligible). 1-UCLA, 135; 2-USC, 121.5; 3- Washington State, 109; 4-California, 74; 5-Stanford, 51.5; 6-Oregon and Arizona, 45; 8-Arizona State, 40; 9-Washington, 30. 1-UCLA, 163.5; 2-Oregon 142.5; 3-USC, 122; 4-Arizona, 112; 5-Washington State, 68; 6-California, 60; 7-Stanford, 58; 8-Washington, 54; 9-Arizona State, 53. 1-UCLA, 151; 2-Oregon, 131; 3-Washington, 97.5; 4-USC, 96; 5-Washington State, 82.5; 6t-Stanford, 80.5; 6t-California, 80.5; 8-Arizona, 73; 9-Arizona State, 20. 1-USC, 145; 2-UCLA, 138; 3-Washington, 96; 4-Oregon, 93; 5-Arizona, 91.5, 6-Washington State, 90; 7-Stanford 86; 8-California, 74.5 (Arizona State ineligible) 1-UCLA, 135.5; 2-USC, 115; 3-Arizona, 111; 4-Washington State, 103; 5-Oregon, 98.5, 6-Washington, 93; 7-Stanford, 71; 8-California, 55; 9-Arizona State, 38. 1-USC, 164; 2-UCLA, 136; 3-Stanford, 105.5; 4-Arizona, 78; 5-Arizona State, 77.5; 6-Oregon, 76.5; 7-Washington State, 69; 8-California, 59.5; 9-Washington, 52. 1-USC, 154; 2-Stanford 122.5; 3-Arizona State, 101; 4-UCLA, 83; 4-Washington, 83; 6-Arizona, 75; 7-Oregon, 71; 8-California, 68; 9-Washington State, 59.5. 1-Stanford, 142; 2-USC 136; 3-UCLA, 115.5; 4-Arizona State, 109.5; 5-Oregon, 86.5; 6-California, 85; 7-Washington State, 67.5; 8-Washington, 42; 9-Arizona, 32. 1-Stanford, 151; 2-Oregon, 125; 3-USC, 103.5; 4-Arizona State, 103; 5-Arizona, 99; 6-UCLA, 91.5; 7-Washington State, 71; 8-Washington, 49; 9-California, 22. 1-Oregon, 131; 2-Stanford, 130; 3-UCLA, 125; 4-USC, 114; 5-Arizona State, 84; 6-Washington State, 78; 7-California, 56; 8-Arizona, 50; 9-Washington, 38. 1-UCLA, 143; 2-Oregon, 130; 3-Arizona State, 120; 4-USC, 95; 5-Arizona, 93; 6-Stanford, 76; 7-California, 75; 8-Washington, 45; 9-Washington State, 41. 1-Oregon, 152; 2-UCLA, 134.5; 3-Arizona State, 122; 4-USC, 106; 5-Washington, 75.5; 6-Stanford, 66; 7-Arizona, 65; 8-California, 60.5; 9-Washington State, 36.5. 1-USC, 140; 2-Oregon, 133.5; 3-Arizona, 122; 4-Washington, 99; 5-UCLA, 97.5; 6-Arizona State, 76; 7-Stanford, 60; 8-California, 53; 9-Washington State, 37. 1-Oregon, 114; 2-Arizona State, 111; 3-USC, 110; 4-UCLA, 92; 5-Arizona, 91; 6-Washington, 89; 7-Washington State, 84, 8-Stanford, 72; 9-California, 56.

Latin Berry NCAA All-American

2008 2009 2010

2011

1-Oregon, 144.5; 2-Arizona State, 134; 3-UCLA, 108; 4-California, 81.75; 5-Stanford, 79; 6-Washington State, 73.5; 7-USC, 69.5; 8-Arizona, 65; 9-Washington, 63. 1-Oregon, 158; 2-USC, 117; 3, Stanford, 93; 4, Washington State, 91; 5, UCLA, 90; 6-Arizona State, 87; 7, California, 66; 8, Arizona, 64; 9, Washington, 52. 1-Oregon, 168.5; 2-USC, 156; 3-Stanford, 92; t4-Arizona State, 85; t4-UCLA, 85; 6-Washington, 68; 7-Washington State, 67; 8-California, 59; 9-Arizona, 26; 10-Oregon State, 6.5. 1-Oregon, 129; 2-Arizona, 112; t3-Arizona State, 99; t3-USC, 99; t3-UCLA, 99; 6-Stanford, 89; 7-Washington State, 85; 8-Washington, 79; 9-California, 27.

Pac-12 Conference Championships Results (2012- ) 2012

2013

1-Oregon, 140; 2-Arizona State, 116.5; 3-Arizona, 94; 4-UCLA, 86; t5-Stanford, 78; t5Washington, 78; 7-USC, 74; 8-Washington State, 56.5; 9-Colorado, 48; 10-California, 44; 11-Oregon State, 4. 1-Oregon, 149.5; 2-USC, 108; 3-UCLA, 98.5; 4-Arizona State, 94; 5-Washington, 76; 6-Colorado, 70; 7-Arizona, 67; 8-California, 66; 9-Washington State, 45; 10-Stanford, 43.

All-Time Pac-10/12 Rankings 800 Meters 1500 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Hurdles Steeple 4x400 Meter Relay Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin (new) Javelin (old) Decathlon

Jason Boness NCAA All-American

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Joaquim Cruz Andrew Wheating Elijah Greer Wade Bell David Mack Matthew Centrowitz Joaquim Cruz A.J. Acosta Matt Centrowitz Andrew Wheating Joaquim Cruz A.J. Acosta Steve Prefontaine Dub Myers Rudy Chapa Bill McChesney, Jr. Alberto Salazar Steve Pretontaine Galen Rupp (i) Bill McChesney, Jr. Galen Rupp (i) Rudy Chapa Galen Rupp Bill McChesney, Jr. Luke Puskedra Eric Mitchum Ken Martin Knut Kvalheim (Kent, Inico, Ikwaukor, Scherer) Tommy Skipper Kory Tarpenning Dean Crouser Dean Steinhauer Jeff Stover Dean Crouser Mac Wilkins Ken Flax Cyrus Hostetler Sam Crouser Brian Crouser Reidar Lorentzen Ashton Eaton Muhammad Oliver

1st, 1:41.77, 1984 4th, 1:45.03, 2008 5th, 1:45.06, 2011 6th, 1:45.17, 1967 9th, 1:45.55, 1982 2nd, 3:34.46, 2011 7th, 3:36.48, 1984 7th, 3:36.48, 2010 9th, 3:36.70, 1976 1st, 3:51.74, 2010 2nd, 3:53.00, 1984 3rd, 3:53.76, 2010 6th, 3:54.6, 1973 8th, 3:55.31, 1986 3rd, 7:37.70, 1979 6th, 7:40.19, 1982 8th, 7:43.79, 1979 9th, 7:44.2, 1972 10th, 7:44.69, 2009 6th, 13:14.80, 1982 9th, 13:18.12, 2009 10th, 13:19.22, 1979 5th, 27:33.48, 2007 7th, 27:50.82, 1982 8th, 27:56.62, 2012 6th, 13.38, 2004 6th, 8:20.97, 1980 9th, 8:25.6, 1973 6th, 3:00.81, 2012 1st, 19-0.25, 2006 9th, 18-6, 1985 6th, 69-1.5, 1982 8th, 68-11.25, 1967 10th, 68-4.5, 1967 2nd, 216-2, 1983 5th, 212-6, 1973 2nd, 257-0, 1986 1st, 272-10, 2009 5th, 265-1, 2012 1st, 312-0, 1985 3rd, 286-6, 1979 1st, 8,457, 2009 9th, 8,087, 1992

Ken Martin NCAA All-American


RECORD BOOK

Men’s Conference Champions Pacific Coast Conference Champions (1919-59)

1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1928

William Bartlett, Discus 139-11.5 Glenn Walkley, Mile 4:28.0 Art Tuck, Javelin 192-8 Mile Relay 3:30.6 Ralph Spearow, Broad Jump   22-7.875 Scotty Strachan, Shot Put   42-8 Ralph Spearow, High Jump    5-6 Ralph Spearow, Pole Vault 12-6 Ralph Spearow, High Jump    5-10 Ralph Spearow, Pole Vault 12-9 Wister Rosenberg, Broad Jump 22-3.75 Wister Rosebberg, Pole Vault 12-0 Proctor Flanagan, Broad Jump   23-5.75 George Stager, Discus 134-5.5

1929-35 PCC Northern and Southern Division Championships contested separately; PCC North results: 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

Kelly McKennon, 440 Yards 49.4 Bobby Robinson, Pole Vault 12-6 Art Bredthauer, Broad Jump 21-8 Ed Moeller, Discus 157-2 Kelly McKennon, 440 Yards 50.3 Clarence Hill, 2-Mile 9:49.3 Bobby Robinson, Pole Vault 13-1.625 Paul Starr, 220 Yards 22.3 Ralph Hill, Mile 4:17.3 Bobby Robinson, Pole Vault 13-7 Ed Moeller, Discus 149-7 Paul Starr, 100 Meters 10.6 Paul Starr, 200 Meters 22.4 Art Holman, 400 Meters 49.7 Mile Relay 3:21.2 Paul Starr, 100 Yards 9.8 Paul Star, 220 Yards 21.0 Robert Wagner, 2-Mile 9:49.1 Gardner Frye, Discus 141-0.5 Warren Demaris, Javelin 203-11 Mile Relay 3:20.6 Carson Shoemake, 100 Yards 9.6 Robert Wagner, 2-Mile 9:41.4 Fred Nowland, High Jump 5-8.625 Bob Voeghtly, Pole Vault 12-6 Arnie Lindgren, Broad Jump 23-5 Bob Parke, Javelin 220-7.625 Mile Relay 3:23.7 Carson Shoemake, 100 Yards 9.5 Carson Shoemake, 220 Yards 21.2 Marvin Janak, High Jump 6-0.75 John Stolp, High Jump 6-0.75 Marvin Janak, Pole Vault 12-6 Warren, Demaris, Javelin 203-11 Len Holland, Discus 155-7.125 Mack Robinson, 220 Yard Hurdles 23.4 George Varoff, Pole Vault   14-0 Mack Robinson, Broad Jump   24-2.625 Boyd Brown, Javelin 224-1.25 Boyd Brown, Javelin 212-4.375 Les Steers, High Jump    6-9

1943-47 PCC Northern and Southern Division Championships contested separately; PCC North results: 1943 1946 1947

1948 1949 1950 1950 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1959

Lou Robinson, Javelin 199-1 George Rasmussen, Pole Vault   14-4t Bill Fell, 100 Yards     9.9 Dave Henthorne, 440 Yards    48.7 George Rasmussen, Pole Vault   14-4 Jack Hutchens, 880 Yards  1:54.0 Emery Barnes, High Jump    6-5.875 Ray Packwood, Pole Vault 13-9 Bill Dellinger, Mile  4:14.8 Jim Bailey, 880 Yards  1:52.0 Bill Dellinger, Mile  4:09.0 Ken Reiser, 2-Mile  9:02.6 Bill Dellinger, 2-Mile  9:05.0 Jim Bailey, Mile  4:06.0 Roscoe Cook, 100 Yards 9.5 Roscoe Cook, 220 Yards    21.0 Otis Davis, 440 Yards    46.4 Jim Grelle, Mile 4:08.0

AAWU/Pac-8 Conference Champions (1960-78)

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978

Ken Moore, Steeplechase   9:05.1 Ken Moore, 3-Mile 13:45.0 Neal Steinhauer, Shot Put   61-6 Ken Moore, Steeplechase   8:49.0 Neal Steinhauer, Shot Put    63-8.75 Wade Bell, 880 Yards   1:47.6 Roscoe Divine, Mile   4:00.0 Bob Williams, Steeplechase   8:51.1 Neal Steinhauer, Shot Put    66-4.25 Dave Wilborn, Mile 4:00.4 Roscoe Divine, Mile 4:06.7 Arne Kvalheim, 3-Mile 13:39.4 Gary Knoke, 440 Yard Hurdles 50.9 Tom Smith, Long Jump 25-8.75 Steve Prefontaine, 3-Mile 13:27.4 Bouncy Moore, Long Jump 25-10 Steve Prefontaine, Mile 4:01.5 Steve Savage, Steeplechase 8:40.4 Steve Prefontaine, 3-Mile 13:17.0 Bouncy Moore, Long Jump 26-6.5w Pete Schmock, Shot Put 62-11.5 Steve Prefontaine, 3-Mile 13:32.2 Steve Prefontaine, 3-Mile 13:10.4 Mac Wilkins, Shot Put 63-7 Mac Wilkins, Discus 199-9 Craig Brigham, Decathlon 7,673 Todd Lathers, Steeplechase 8:48.0 Craig Brigham, Decathlon 7,636 Scott Dagget, Mile 4:08.2 Paul Geis, 3-Mile 13:35.8 Gary Barger, Steeplechase 8:50.1 Craig Brigham, Decathlon 7,827 Peter Spir, 1,500 Meters 3:42.0 Rudy Chapa, 1,500 Meters 3:38.97 Don Clary, Steeplechase 8:45.37 Jeff Stover, Shot Put 64-9.5 Dave Voorhees, Discus 198-6

Pac-10 Conference Champions (1979-2011)

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996

Browning Allen, 220 Yards 23.2 Ralph Kramer, 100 Yard Hurdles 15.3 Bob Newland, High Jump 6-0 Jake Leicht, 100 Yards 9.9 Jake Leicht, 220 Yards 21.8 Bill Beifuss. High Jump 6-1.5 Dave Henthone, 100 Yards 9.6 Dave Henthorne, 100 Yards 21.3 Bill Beifuss, High Jump 6-3.25 Ray Heidenrich, Discus 141-9.25

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Rudy Chapa, 1,500 Meters   3:38.7 Alberto Salazar, 10,000 Meters  28:40.6 Phil Bransom, 400 Meters Hurdles 50.57 Tom Hintnaus, Pole Vault    17-0 David Mack, 800 Meters    1:48.28 Ken Martin, Steeplechase    8:27.08 Ken Martin, 5,000 Meters   13:41.5 Tom Hintnaus, Pole Vault    17-2.75 Jeff Stover, Shot Put    64-1.75 Reidar Lorentzen, Javelin   260-4 David Mack, 800 Meters     1:46.99 Alberto Salazar, 5,000 Meters     14:03.8 Alberto Salazar, 10,000 Meters     28:38.2 Reidar Lorentzen, Javelin     261-2 David Mack, 800 Meters   1:48.11 Jim Hill, 1,500 Meters   3:39.85 Dean Crouser, Shot Put     67-5.75 Dean Crouser, Discus    207-8 George Walcott, 200 Meters     20.64 Joaquim Cruz, 800 Meters   1:45.37 Dean Crouser, Shot Put     68-6.75 Dean Crouser, Discus    201-7 Joaquim Cruz, 800 Meters    1:45.12 Jim Hill, 1,500 Meters    3:42.29 Kory Tarpenning, Pole Vault      17-4 Brian Crouser, Javelin     272-7 Ken Flax, Hammer     229-9 Dub Myers, 800 Meters    1:47.55 Kory Tarpenning, Pole Vault      17-4 Brian Crouser, Javelin     283-8 Ken Flax, Hammer     243-8 Dub Myers, 1,500 Meters    3:41.31 Mark McMonigal, 10,000 Meters 29:28.77 Tim Canfield, Pole Vault     17-4.5 Uchenna Agu, Triple Jump      51-10 J.J. Birden, Long Jump     25-8.75 Latin Berry, Triple Jump     53-6.25 Latin Berry, Long Jump     26-0.25 Latin Berry, Triple Jump     53-7.75 Jose deSouza, Shot Put     60-6.5 Andy Young, High Jump      7-3.25 Latin Berry, Long Jump     26-4.5 Danny Lopez, Steeplechase    8:38.1 Peter Fonseca, 10,000 Meters  29:41.00 Brian Cullen, Pole Vault     17-0 .75 Latin Berry, Long Jump     26-2.75 Scott McGee, Hammer    225-1 Pedro daSilva, Decathlon     7,754 Pat Haller, 10,000 Meters  29:48.75 Muhammad Oliver, High Jump 7-0.5 Scott McGee, Hammer     214-7 Pedro daSilva, Decathlon     7,751 Bob Gray, 400 Meter Hurdles     49.83 Art Skipper, Javelin    235-11 Pedro daSilva, Decathlon 8,060 Todd Bleakney, Triple Jump     51-2.75 Pat Johnson, 400 Meters     45.38 Karl Keska, 10,000 Meters  30:27.19 Jeromy Williams, Decathlon     7,806 Daniel Das Neves, Steeplechase 8:44.30 Karl Keska, 10,000 Meters 29:10.40 Chris Nelson, High Jump 7-2.5

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Piotr Buciarski, Pole Vault 17-8.5 Chris Nelson, High Jump 7-0.5 Micah Davis, Steeplechase 8:45.76 Kyley Johnson, High Jump 7-0.5 Micah Davis, Steeplechase 8:54.98 Piotr Buciarski, Pole Vault 17-11.25 Jason Boness, High Jump 7-5 Santiago Lorenzo, Decathlon 7,617 John Stiegeler, Javelin 240-10 Simon Kimata, 800 Meters 1:48.35 Brandon Holliday, 400 Meter Hurdles 50.73 Adam Kriz, Hammer 210-7 Nick Bakke, Javelin 227-3 Billy Pappas, Decathlon 7,532 Adam Kriz, Hammer 221-3 Adam Jenkins, Javelin 217-9 Santiago Lorenzo, Decathlon 7,564 Eric Mitchum, 110 Meter Hurdles 13.62 Tommy Skipper, Pole Vault 18-3.25 Tommy Skipper, Decathlon 7,589 Kedar Inico, 400 Meters 45.61 Eric Mitchum, 110 Meter Hurdles 13.59 Matt Scherer, 400 Meters 45.19 Eric Mitchum, 110 Meter Hurdles 13.56 Richard Del Rincon, Matt Scherer, Derrick Jones, Jordan Kent, 4x100 Meter Relay 39.74 Tommy Skipper, Pole Vault 18-0.5 Galen Rupp, 5,000 Meters 14:02.00 Galen Rupp, 10,000 Meters 29:07.84 Tommy Skipper, Pole Vault 17-10.50 Brian Richotte, Hammer 222-11 Ryan Brandel, Javelin 235-4 Andy Wheating, 800 Meters 1:46.83 Carlos Trujillo, 10,000 Meters 30:11.97 Ashton Eaton, Decathlon 7,604 Andrew Wheating, 800 Meters 1:49.83 Matthew Centrowitz, 1,500 Meters 3:51.00 Galen Rupp, 10,000 Meters 29:01.93 Chris Winter, Steeplechase 8:51.48 Cyrus Hostetler, Javelin 250-5 Ashton Eaton, Decathlon 8,091 Andrew Wheating, 800 Meters 1:47.77 Matthew Centrowitz, 1,500 Meters 3:41.16 Ashton Eaton, 110 Meter Hurdles 13.54 Ashton Eaton, Long Jump 25-7.5 Cyrus Hostetler, Javelin 253-4 Ashton Eaton, Decathlon 8,154 Mike Berry, 400 Meters 44.91 Matthew Centrowitz, 1,500 Meters 3:41.73 Steve Finley, Steeplechase 9:04.62

Pac-12 Conference Champions (2012- ) 2012 2013

Elijah Greer, 800 Meters 1:49.48 Johnathan Cabral, 110 Meter Hurdles 13.61 Sam Crouser, Javelin 250-11 Dakotah Keys, Decathlon 7,793 Elijah Greer, 800 Meters 1:48.48 Sam Crouser, Javelin 249-4 Dakotah Keys, Decathlon 8,001 4x400 Meter Relay 3:05.63 (Anding, Delaney, Galpin, Berry)


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Men’s Record Holders and Olympians World Record Holders 1906 1906 1929 1936 1941 1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1961 1961 1962 1962 1962 1967 1968 1976 1986 2010 2011 2012

Dan Kelley 100 Yards Dan Kelley 220 Yards Ed Moeller Discus George Varoff Pole Vault Les Steers High Jump Bill Dellinger 2-mile (indoors) Bill Dellinger 3-mile (indoors) Roscoe Cook 100 Yards Roscoe Cook 60 Yards (indoors) Harry Jerome 100 Yards Otis Davis 400m Roscoe Cook 60 Yards (indoors) Harry Jerome 100 Yards Harry Jerome 100 Yards Jerry Tarr, 440y Relay Mike Gaechter, Mel Renfro, Harry Jerome Archie San Romani, 4-mile Relay Vic Reeve, Keith Forman, Dyrol Burleson Neal Steinhauer Shot Put (indoors) Roscoe Divine, 4-mile Relay Wade Bell, Arne Kvalheim, Dave Wilborn Mac Wilkins Discus Brian Crouser Javelin Ashton Eaton Heptathlon (indoors) Ashton Eaton Heptathlon (indoors) Ashton Eaton Decathlon Ashton Eaton Heptathlon (indoors)

American Record Holders 1906 1906 1929 1930 1932 1934 1936 1941 1941 1956 1956 1956 1958 1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1961 1961 1962 1962 1962 1967 1967 1967 1971 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1975 1976 1979 1980 1982 1982 1982 1982

Dan Kelly 100 Yards Dan Kelly 220 Yards Ed Moeller Discus Ralph Hill Mile Ralph Hill 5,000 Meters Bob Parke Javelin George Varoff Pole Vault Les Steers High Jump Les Steers High Jump Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Bill Dellinger 1,500 Meters Bill Dellinger 2-mile (indoors) Bill Dellinger 3-mile (indoors) Roscoe Cook 100 Yards Roscoe Cook 60 Yards (indoors) Otis Davis 400 Meters Dyrol Burleson 1,500 Meters Dyrol Burleson 1,500 Meters Dyrol Burleson Mile Dyrol Burleson Mile Roscoe Cook 60 Yards (indoors) Dyrol Burleson 2-mile Jerry Tarr 120 Yard Hurdles Archie San Romani, 4-mile Relay Vic Reeve, Keith Forman, Dyrol Burleson Wade Bell 1,000 Yards Wade Bell 1,000 Meters Neal Steinhauer Shot Put (indoors) Steve Prefontaine 5,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 5,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 3,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 2-mile Steve Prefontaine 5,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 2-mile (indoor) Steve Prefontaine 6-mile Steve Prefontaine 6-mile Steve Prefontaine 10,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 3-mile Steve Prefontaine 5,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 3,000 Meters Steve Prefontaine 2,000 Meters Mac Wilkins Discus Rudy Chapa 3,000 Meters Mac Wilkins Discus Alberto Salazar Marathon Matt Centrowitz 5,000 Meters Alberto Salazar 5,000 Meters Alberto Salazar 10,000 Meters

1986 2009 2010 2011 2011 2011 2012

9.6 21.1 160-7.7 14-6.5 6-11 8:49.9 13:37.0 9.3 6.0 10.0 44.9 6.0 9.3 9.2 40.0

Brian Crouser Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Ashton Eaton

Javelin 5,000 Meters (indoors) Heptathlon (indoors) 5,000 Meters (indoors) Heptathlon (indoors) 10,000 Meters Decathlon Heptthlon (indoors)

262-0 13:18.12 6,499 13:11.44 6,568 26:48.00 9,039 6,645

Olympic Team Members (Country listed in parentheses if other than USA) 1908 Dan Kelly Broad Jump 1912 Martin Hawkins High Hurdles Walter McClure 800 Meters 1920 William Bartlett Discus Art Tuck Javelin 1924 Ralph Spearow Pole Vault 1932 Ralph Hill 5,000 Meters 1936 Mack Robinson 200 Meters 1948 Jack Hutchins (CAN) 800 Meters Jack Hutchins (CAN) 1,500 Meters 1952 Doug Clement (CAN) 400 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (1) Jack Hutchins (CAN) 800 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (2) 1956 Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Jim Bailey (AUS) 800 Meters Doug Clement (CAN) 5,000 Meters 1960 Dyrol Burleson 1,500 Meters Otis Davis 400 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (4) Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Dave Edstrom Decathlon Jim Grelle 1,500 Meters Harry Jerome (CAN) 100 Meters Sig Ohlemann (CAN) 800 Meters 1964 Dyrol Burleson 1,500 Meters Bill Dellinger 5,000 Meters Les Tipton Javelin Harry Jerome (CAN) 100 Meters 200 Meters Gary Knoke (AUS) 400 Meter Hurdles Gerry Moro (CAN) Pole Vault 1968 Wade Bell 800 Meters Ken Moore Marathon Bill Heikkila (CAN) Javelin Harry Jerome (CAN) 100 Meters Gary Knoke (AUS) 110 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles Arne Kvalheim (NOR) 1,500 Meters Norm Trerise (CAN) 1,500 Meters 1972 Ken Moore Marathon Steve Prefontaine 5,000 Meters Steve Savage Steeplechase Craig Blackman (CAN) 4x400 Meter Relay Doug Chapman (CAN) 4x400 Meter Relay Gary Knoke (AUS) 400 Meter Hurdles Bob Martin (CAN) 4x400 Meter Relay Gerry Moro (CAN) Decathlon 1976 Matt Centrowitz 1,500 Meters Paul Geis 5,000 Meters Pete Shmock Shot Put Mac Wilkins Discus Dacre Bowen (CAN) 4x400 Meter Relay (Alt) Chris Braithwaite (TRI) 4x100 Meter Relay Al Dukowski (CAN) 4x100 Meter Relay Lars Kaupang (NOR) 1,500 Meters Knut Kvalheim (NOR) 5,000 Meters Bob Martin (CAN) 4x100 Meter Relay (Alt) Peter Spir (CAN) 1,500 Meters

16:08.9 67-10 16:05.0 232-6 262-0 6,499 6,568 9,039 6,645

9.6 21.1 160-7.7 4:12.4 14:30.0 220-11.625 14-6.5 6-10.75 6-11 14:26.0 14:25.5 14:16.2 3:41.5 8:49.9 13:37.0 9.3 6.0 44.9 3:41.3 3:40.9 3:58.6 3:57.6 6.0 8:42.5 13.3 16:08.9 2:06.5 2:18.7 67-10 13:30.4 13:22.8 7:44.2 8:19.4 13:22.4 8:24.6 27:09.4 26:51.4 27:43.6 12:51.4 13:22.2 7:42.6 5:01.4 232-6 7:37.7 232-10 2:08:52 13:12.91 13:11.93 27:25.61

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23-3.25 (2nd) 15.3 (3rd) 134-1 (5th) DNP 12-1.75 (6th) 14:30.0 (2nd) 21.1 (2nd) 1:52.6 3:54.4 49.0 3:09.3 (4th) 1:52.8 3:09.3 (4th) 14:16.5 (heat)

3:40.9 (6th) 45.07 (1st) 3:02.2 (1st)

3:45.0 (9th)

3:40.0 (5th) 13:49.8 (3rd) 232-0 10.26 (3rd) 20.7 (4th) 50.4 (4th) 15-6 (10th) 1:51.5 2:29:49 (14th) 233-7 10.20 (7th) 14.1 49.6 3:47.4 3:47.6 2:15:39.8 (4th) 13:28.4 (4th) 8:39.0 (7th-ht.)

50.10 (6th-s.)

3:45.0 13:42.5 (12th) 63-10.5 (9th) 221-5 (1st) 224-0 (Trials) 39.47 (8th) 39.88 39.47 (8th) 3:44.6 13:30.3 (9th) 39.47 (8th) 3:59.6


RECORD BOOK 1980 Matt Centrowitz Tom Hintnaus John McArdle Bill McChesney Alberto Salazar Pete Shmock Mac Wilkins Chris Braithwaite (TRI) 1984 Don Clary Alberto Salazar Mac Wilkins Art Boileau (CAN) Joaquim Cruz (BRA) Tom Hintnaus (BRA) Reidar Lorentzen (NOR) Shemi Sabag (ISR) Don Wright (AUS) 1988 Brian Crouser Ken Flax Kory Tarpenning Mac Wilkins Joaquim Cruz (BRA) 1992 Brian Crouser Ken Flax Danny Lopez Kory Tarpenning Pedr Chiamulera (BRA) Pedro daSilva (Brazil) 1996 Joaquim Cruz (BRA) Peter Fonseca (CAN) 2000 Nick Rogers Karl Keska (GBR) 2004 Piotr Buciarski (DEN) Santiago Lorenzo (ARG) 2008 Galen Rupp Andrew Wheating 2012 Matthew Centrowitz Ashton Eaton Cyrus Hostetler Galen Rupp Andrew Wheating

5,000 Meters Pole Vault Hammer 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Shot Put Discus 100 Meters 200 Meters 4x100 Meter Relay 5,000 Meters Marathon Discus Marathon 800 Meters Pole Vault Javelin Marathon 110 Meter Hurdles Javelin Hammer Pole Vault Discus 800 Meters Javelin Hammer Steeplechase Pole Vault 400 Meter Hurdles Decathlon 1,500 Meters Marathon 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Pole Vault Decathlon 10,000 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters Decathlon Javelin 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 1,500 Meters

National AAU/TAC/U.S.A. Champions 1907 1922 1932 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1955 1959 1961 1962 1963 1967 1970 1971 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Dan Kelly Ralph Spearow Ralph Hill George Varoff George Varoff Mack Robinson George Varoff Les Steers Boyd Brown Les Steers Boyd Brown Les Steers Boyd Brown Boyd Brown Ken Reiser Dyrol Burleson Dyrol Burleson Jerry Tarr Jerry Tarr Dyrol Burleson Wade Bell Bouncy Moore Steve Prefontaine Steve Prefontaine Mac Wilkins Bouncy Moore Mac Wilkins Mac Wilkins Mac Wilkins Mac Wilkins Mac Wilkins Matt Centrowitz Matt Centrowitz Tom Hintnaus Mac Wilkins Matt Centrowitz Alberto Salazar

Long Jump Pole Vault 5,000 Meters Pole Vault Pole Vault 200 Meters Pole Vault High Jump Javelin High Jump Javelin High Jump Javelin Javelin Steeplechase 1500 Meters Mile 120 Yard Hurdles Low Hurdles Mile 880 Yards Long Jump 3-mile 3-mile Discus Long Jump Discus Discus Shot Put (indoors) Discus Discus 5,000 Meters 5,000 Meters Pole Vault Discus 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters

DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 10.37 21.02 13:44.97(semi) 2:14.19 217-6 (2nd) 2:22.45 1:43.00 (1st) 17-4.5 251-4 2:31.34 13.93 (semi) 238-7 238-6 18-0.5 216-2 (5th) 1:43.90 (2nd) 246-0 227-7 8:29.01 (Semi) 18-10.5 (4th) DNF DNF 3:45.32 2:17.28 (21st) 13:46.18(Semi) 27:44.09 (8th) 18-0.5 (25th-p) 8592 (24th) 27:36.99 (13th) 1:47.05 (4th-p) 3:35.17 (4th) 8,869 (1st) 248-6/75.76m 13:45.04 (7th) 27:30.90 (2nd) 3:44.88 (Semis)

23-11 13-0 14:55.7 14-6 14-7 (tie) 21.3 14-4 6-8 215-10 6-8 223-1 6-9 218-3 216-7 10:20.7 3:47.5 4:04.9 13.4 22.6 3:56.7 1:46.1 26-2.75 12:58.6 12:53.4 211-11 26-5.75 230-0 227-0 69-1.25 219-9 231-10 13:40.8 13:33.61 18-2.5 224-3 13:28.86 28:39.33

1982 1988 1989 1990 2009 2010 2011 2013

Matt Centrowitz Mac Wilkins Ken Flax Kory Tarpenning Mac Wilkins Kory Tarpenning Ken Flax Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Matthew Centrowitz Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Matthew Centrowitz Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton

5,000 Meters Discus Hammer Pole Vault Discus Pole Vault Hammer 10,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 1,500 Meters 10,000 Meters Decathlon 1,500 Meters 10,000 Meters Decathlon

World Championships Competitors 1983 1987 1991 1993 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013

Joaquim Cruz (BRA) Jim Hill David Mack Bill McChesney Jr. Alberto Salazar Mac Wilkins Ken Flax David Mack Ken Flax Brad Hudson Dan Nelson Brad Hudson Dan Nelson Art Skipper Karl Keska (GBR) Piotr Buciarski (DEN) Nick Rogers Karl Keska (GBR) Piotr Buciarski (DEN) Piotr Buciarski (DEN) Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Michael Berry Ashton Eaton Matthew Centrowitz Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Andrew Wheating Ashton Eaton Matthew Centrowitz Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Carlos Trujillo Chris Winter (CAN)

800 Meters 5,000 Meters 800 Meters 10,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Discus Hammer 800 Meters Hammer Marathon Steeplechase Marathon 10,000 Meters Javelin 5,000 Meters Pole Vault 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Pole Vault Pole Vault 10,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Decathlon 4x400 Meter Relay Pool Decathlon 1,500 Meters 10,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 800 Meters Decathlon 1,500 Meters 10,000 Meters 5,000 Meters Marathon Steeplechase

13:31.96 223-9 256-3 18-6.5 214-2 19-0 249-6 27:52.53 28:59.29 3:47.63 28:38.17 8,729 3:45.17 28:47.32 8,291

1:44.27 (3rd) 13:38.7(Semi) 1:46.39 (Semi) 28:09.55 (h) 28:48.42 201-8 240-8 (q) 1:48.49 (q) 249-3 DNF 8:40.23 (e) DNF 30:41.72 225-5 DNS 18-4.5 (15th-p) 14:33.39 27:47.89 (9th) 17-6.5 (23rd-p) 17-4.5 (18th-p) 28:41.71 (11th) 27:37.99 (8th) 8,061 (18th) 2:59.31 (1st) 8,505 (2nd) 3:36.08 (3rd) 27:26.84 (7th) 13:28.64 (9th) 3:42.68 (8th-p) 8,809 (1st) 3:36.78 (2nd) 27:24.39 (4th) 13:29.87 (8th) 2:23:13 (37th) 8:29.36 (8th-p)

World Cross Country Championships Competitors 1966 1974 1975 1976 1979 1980 1981 1982 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2009

Bruce Mortenson Matt Centrowitz Don Clary Alberto Salazar Jim Hill Ken Martin Don Clary Chris Hamilton Don Clary Dan Nelson Oliver Wirz (SUI) Ken Martin Dan Nelson Oliver Wirz (SUI) Steve Fein Dan Nelson Jason Hartmann Karl Keska (GBR) Nick Rogers Dan Das Neves (BRA) Karl Keska (GBR) Nick Rogers Chris Winter (CAN) Galen Rupp Chris Winter (CAN) Kenny Klotz Luke Puskedra

– Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 8,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 4,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters

National Cross Country Champions 1982 1983 2005

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Alberto Salazar Alberto Salazar Galen Rupp

Senior 12,000 Meters Senior 12,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters

– 21:48 (5th) 21:38 (5th) 24:36 (5th) 23:37 (12th) 37:53 (23rd) 38:23 (43rd) 22:21 (6th) 23:49.0 (27th) 35:01 (28th) — (103rd) 38:19 (41st) 39:23 (120th) — (41st) 27:25 (131st) 36:20 (82nd) 25:50 (66th 36:13 (13th) 38:14 (76th) 12:58 (119th) 41:38 (38th) 41:59 (47th) 27:53 (87th) 25:05 (20th) 27:56 (97th) 27:11 (56th) 24:43 (30th)

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Men’s University Honors Bill Bowerman Award

Presented for outstanding career achievement in track and field. 2009 2010

Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating

Harry Ritchie High Point Award

Awarded annually to an athlete for his great contribution to the team. 1975 1976 1977 1978       1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Gary Barger Dave Voorhees Ray Burton Rudy Chapa Dave Voorhees Don Coleman Jeff Stover Dean Crouser Dean Crouser Dean Crouser Ken Flax Jeff Hultberg Uchenna Agu Jose deSouza Jose deSouza Latin Berry Brian Wright Bob Gray Bob Gray Heath Howington Ray Livingston Pat Johnson Chris Nelson Chris Nelson Will Driessen Piotr Buciarski Santiago Lorenzo Santiago Lorenzo Jason Hartmann Jason Hartmann Adam Kriz Tommy Skipper Galen Rupp Eric Mitchum Matt Scherer Galen Rupp Andrew Wheating Ashton Eaton Andrew Wheating Ashton Eaton Matthew Centrowitz Mike Berry Elijah Greer

George Scharpf Outstanding Athlete Award

Presented annually to the outstanding track and field athlete. 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Bob Faucett Ken Reiser Bill Dellinger Jim Bailey Jim Grelle Jim Grelle Dave Edstrom Dyrol Burleson  Jerry Tarr Keith Forman Archie San Romani Neal Steinhauer Neal Steinhauer Neal Steinhauer Dave Wilborn Gary Knoke Tom Smith Steve Prefontaine Steve Prefontaine Mac Wilkins Paul Geis Gary Barger Dave Voorhees Dacre Bowen Rudy Chapa Rudy Chapa Ken Martin Alberto Salazar Dean Crouser Dean Crouser Joaquim Cruz Ken Flax Dub Myers Dan Nelson Latin Berry Latin Berry Danny Lopez Scott McGee Art Skipper Ronnie Harris Gordon Johnson Pat Johnson Ray Livingston Chris Nelson Micah Davis Piotr Buciarski Jason Boness Santiago Lorenzo Micah Harris Santiago Lorenzo Tommy Skipper Kedar Inico Tommy Skipper Tommy Skipper A.J Acosta Ashton Eaton Matthew Centrowitz Cyrus Hostetler Cyrus Hostetler David Klech Johnathan Cabral Johnathan Cabral Sam Crouser Dakotah Keys

Dow Wilson Inspirational Award

Presented annually to the most inspirational track and field athlete. 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Craig Brigham Dave Taylor Rudy Chapa Phil Bransom Ron Thomas Parrish Nixon George Walcott George Walcott Jim Hill Kory Tarpenning Mark McMonigal Spencer Williams Pat Lanning Spencer Williams Spencer Williams Curtis Wilson Pedro daSilva Erik Ylitalo Todd Bleakney Jeromy Williams Matthew Davis Piotr Buciarski Matthew Davis Will Driessen Steve Fein Ryan Keith Billy Pappas Terry Ellis Eric Mitchum Leonidas Watson Jordan Kent Akobundu Ikwuakor Marcus Dillon Carlos Trujillo Marshall Ackley Chad Barlow Chad Barlow Matthew Centrowitz Elijah Greer Dakotah Keys Luke Puskedra Mac Fleet Greg Skipper

Perry Holloman Newcomer of the Year Award Presented annually to the top track and field newcomer. Formerly known as the most improved award 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Rich Perkins Dacre Bowen John McArdle Larry Hurst Jeff Stover Alberto Salazar Jon Switzer Eric Hohn Jim Hill Kent Landerholm Matt McGuirk Mike Blackmore Kevin Carr Latin Berry Eric Peterson Andy Young Scott McGee Muhammad Oliver Tye Van Schoiack Scott Nicholas Rick Cantwell

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1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Ray Livingston Gregg Bleakney Micah Davis Jody Mortimore Chris Thomas Nat Johnson John Stiegeler Nick Bakke Adam Kriz Brandon Holliday Samie Parker 4x400m Relay (Travis Anderson, Brandon Holliday, Kedar Inico, Matt Scherer) Kedar Inico Richard Del Rincon Ryan Brandel Jordan Stray Luke Puskedra Mac Fleet Elijah Greer Mike Berry Sam Crouser Arthur Delaney

Bill Dellinger Cross Country Award

Presented annually to outstanding performer in cross country as selected by the coaching staff. 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Pat Haller Pat Haller Karl Keska Karl Keska Matthew Davis Karl Keska Matthew Davis Karl Keska Rob Aubrey Matthew Davis Steve Fein Jason Hartmann Adam Bergquist Jason Hartmann Eric Logsdon Eric Logsdon Patrick Werhane Galen Rupp Shadrack Biwott Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Luke Puskedra Luke Puskedra Luke Puskedra Trevor Dunbar

Coaches’ Award

Recognizes athletic achievement, dedication and determination. 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Michael McGrath Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton Brian Richotte Phil Alexander Shadrack Biwott Marshall Ackley A.J. Acosta A.J. Acosta Jordan Stray Vernell Warren Alex Wolff Trevor Dunbar Elijah Greer Trevor Ferguson Parker Stinson

Emerald Athletic Trophy

The Emerald Athletic Trophy award is sponsored jointly by the Athletic Department and the Oregon Daily Emerald and is awarded annually to a University of Oregon student on the basis of outstanding achievement in the fields of athletics, scholarship, and citizenship. 1952 1958 1960 1966 1967 1969 1972 1973 1979 1981 1986 1987 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 2003 2006 2007 2009 2010

Jack Hutchens Jim Bailey Dave Edstrom Ken Moore Neal Steinhauer Arne Kvalheim Peter Shmock Steve Prefontaine Rudy Chapa Alberto Salazar Dub Myers Harold Kuphaldt Bob Gray Ronnie Harris Kelly Blair Camara Jones Chris Nelson Santiago Lorenzo Eric Mitchum Jordan Kent Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton

Higdon Trophy

The Doyle Hidgon Memorial Trophy is awarded to a UO sophomore athlete for excellence in athletics, scholarship, and citizenship. It is named in honor of former football and track star Doyle Higdon, who was killed in an industrial accident between his sophomore and junior years. 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1971 1978 1979 1981 1983 1985 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 2001 2004 2005 2008 2011 2013

Steve Anderson Mike Forrester George Larson Dyrol Burleson Vic Reeve Ted Abram Steve Prefontaine Rudy Chapa Melanie Batiste Leann Warren Kathy Hayes Deanna Scheidler Kelly Blair Camara Jones LaReina Woods Rick Cantwell Milena Glusac Marie Davis Santiago Lorenzo Eric Mitchum Tommy Skipper A.J. Acosta Nicole Blood Jordan Hasay Elizabeth Brenner


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Oregon Men’s Academic Honors NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year (All Sports) 2009

Galen Rupp

NCAA Track & Field/Cross Country Academic AllAmerican of the Year 2009

Galen Rupp

NCAA Academic All-Americans 1986 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2013

Dub Myers Chris Nelson Steve Fein Steve Fein Santiago Lorenzo John Stiegeler Adam Bergquist Billy Pappas Ryan Andrus Santiago Lorenzo John Stiegeler Ryan Andrus Andrew Young Matthew Scherer Galen Rupp Andrew Young Matt Scherer Galen Rupp Galen Rupp Cyrus Hostetler Alex Wolff David Klech Ben DeJarnette

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team

NCAA Top-Eight Award Winner 1986

Dub Myers

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships 1966 1976 1981 2000 2003 2011

Kenny Moore Craig Brigham Rudy Chapa Steve Fein Santiago Lorenzo Alex Wolff

Pac-10/12 All-Academic Track & Field Honorees 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Alan Foster Bob Gray Tye Van Schoiack Ronnie Harris Derek Snelling Sean Sullivan Coley Candaele Alan Foster Bob Gray Ronnie Harris Coley Candaele Derek Snelling Eric Trice Ronnie Harris Les Phillipo J.J. Shephard John Dimoff Rick Cantwell Patrick Khoo Paul Pappas Jeremy Robinson Eric Trice Dusty Carlson Dusty Carlson Chris Nelson Rick Cantwell

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Jeremy Robinson Sol Sallos Paul Pappas Eric Trice Dusty Carlson Jody Mortimore Chris Nelson Jeremy Robinson Rick Cantwell Daniel Das Neves Patrick Khoo Dusty Carlson Jody Mortimore Chris Nelson Daniel Das Neves Micah Davis Micah Davis Jody Mortimore Eric Abel Jeremy Alden Piotr Buciarski Piotr Buciarski Micah Davis Eric Abel Kyley Johnson Shawn Rasmor Adam Bergquist Steve Fein Kyley Johnson Sam Hill Cody Howell Santiago Lorenzo John Stiegeler Billy Pappas Cody Howell James March Ryan Andrus Adam Bergquist Billy Pappas John Stiegeler Kyley Johnson Trevor Woods Brett Holts Cody Howell Ross Krempley Eric Logsdon John Lucas James March Ryan Andrus Santiago Lorenzo John Stiegeler Trevor Woods Andy Young John Lucas Brett Holts Eric Logsdon James March Noel Paulson Ryan Andrus Gabriel LeMay Matt Scherer Trevor Woods Andy Young Teddy Davis Eric Logsdon Brett Holts David Moore Caleb Rexius Sol Rexius Matt Scherer Andrew Young Matt Adams Kyle Alcorn Brett Holts Jordan Kent Eric Logsdon David Moore Michael McGrath Galen Rupp Matt Scherer Andrew Young Brian Bartow Jordan Kent David Moore Chris Winter

2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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Andrew Greif Michael McGrath Galen Rupp Scott Wall Ryan Brandel Steven Johnson Jared Huske Jack Jensen David Moore A.J. O’Connell Jon Thomas Chris Winter Joaquin Chapa Scott Penny Scott Wall Alex Wolff Steven Johnson Mike McGrath Zach Ancell Jared Huske A.J. O’Connell Chris Winter Colin Witter-Tilton David Klech Scott Penny Galen Rupp Scott Wall Eric Hersey Steven Johnson Chris Winter Alex Wolff Britton Nelson A.J. O’Connell Jordan Stray Colin Witter-Tilton Cyrus Hostetler David Klech Scott Penny Alex Wolff Matt Butcher A.J. Acosta Bryce Burgess Eric Hersey Brian McGinty Britton Nelson Luke Puskedra Brian Schaudt Jordan Stray Colin Witter-Tilton David Klech Alex Wolff Matt Butcher Elijah Greer Cam Norris Jordan Stray Tim Costin Eric Hersey Hank Morrison Luke Puskedra Brian Schaudt Travis Stanford Ben DeJarnette Tim Costin Eric Hersey Noe Contreras Elijah Greer Josh Heidegger Hank Morrison Brian Schaudt Brian Shrader Travis Stanford Parker Stinson Cole Watson Daniel Winn Ben DeJarnette Blake Kemp Matthew Melancon Chris Brewer Elijah Greer Matt Hidalgo Matt Jablonski Hank Morrison Chad Noelle Ron Perkins Parker Stinson Chris Stubbs Trent Warren Cole Watson

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

Pac-10/12 All-Academic Cross Country Honorees 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Colden Baxter Tye Van Schoiack Alan Foster Tye Van Schoiack Andy Maris Colden Baxter John Dimoff John Dimoff Rick Cantwell Tim Mahon Rick Cantwell Daniel Das Neves Micah Davis Daniel Das Neves Micah Davis Micah Davis Oliver Wirz Adam Bergquist Jon Wybar Steve Fein Sam Hill Adam Bergquist Sam Hill John Lucas Ryan Andrus Adam Bergquist Brett Holts Eric Logsdon John Lucas Noel Paulson Ryan Andrus John Lucas Brett Holts Eric Logsdon Noel Paulson Shane Ahlers Ryan Andrus John Lucas Brett Holts Eric Logsdon Noel Paulson Alec Wall Kyle Alcorn Jeff DeWolf Eric Logsdon Michael McGrath Chris Winter Galen Rupp Scott Wall Michael McGrath Chris Winter Mathew Cravens Galen Rupp Scott Wall Mike McGrath Galen Rupp Scott Wall Chris Winter Luke Puskedra A.J. Acosta Bryce Burgess Ben DeJarnette Tim Costin Kenny Scoggins A.J. Acosta Mitch Hunt Chris Kwiatkowski Luke Puskedra Ben DeJarnette Tim Costin Mitch Hunt Brian Shrader Travis Stanford Parker Stinson Cole Watson Daniel Winn Ben DeJarnette Tim Costin Matthew Melancon Chris Brewer Ryan Pickering Parker Stinson Cole Watson Daniel Winn

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. 2nd Team 1st Team H.M. 1st Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team H.M. 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.


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Men’s All-Time Lettermen A Abbot, Bill 81 Abel, Eric 97, 98, 99 Abram, Ted 62, 63 Acker, Phil 75 Ackely, Marshall 08, 09, 10 Acosta, A.J. 07, 08, 10, 11; XC 07, 09, 10 Acosta, Ismael 87 Adams, Barry 62, 63, 64 Adams, Matt 05 Adams, Matthew 07 Adams, Gary 71, 72 Agu, Uchenna 84, 85, 86 Ahlers, Shane XC 03 Aitkenhead, Greg 85, 86, 89 Akinradewo, Foluso 00, 01, 02, 03 Alcorn, Kyle 04, 05; XC 03, 04 Alden, Jeremy 95, 96, 98; XC 95, 96 Alexander, Colby 12, 13 Alexander, Phil 07, 08 Allen, Hubert 31 Alton, David 75 Alvarez, Vertin XC 05 Amundson, Allan 02 Anastassiades, Nick 90, 91 Ancell, Zachary 07 Anderson, Bob 49, 50, 51 Anderson, Steve 57, 58, 59 Anderson, Ted 52, 53, 54 Anderson, Travis 03, 04, 05, 06 Anderton, Dave 86, 87 Anding, Kevin 13 Andrews, Ben 94, 95, 96 Andrus, Ryan 02, 03, 04; XC 01, 02, 03, 04 Arita, Kuni 96 Arnold, Bruce 75 Aubrey, Rob 95, 96, 97, 99; XC 94, 96, 97, 98 Austin, Anthony 79, 80 B Backlund, Art 50, 51, 52 Badorek, Walt 52, 53, 54, 55 Bailey, David 87 Bailey, Jim 55, 56, 57 Bakke, Nick 01, 02 Baldwin, Ed 57, 58, 59 Balstrom, Eric 93 Banich, Howard 74, 75, 76, 77 Banks, Andrew 78 Banks, Jay 86, 88 Barger, Gary 74, 75, 76; XC 72, 73, 75 Barlow, Chad 07, 08, 09, 10 Barner, Kenjon 10, 11 Barnes, Emery 52 Barr, Jim 71, 72 Bartlett, William 20 Bartow, Brian 06 Basham, Doug 55, 56, 57 Baugh, Andre 75 Baxter, Colden XC 90 Beckwith, Don 75 Becker, Tom XC 99 Bell, Charles 65 Bell, James 78, 79 Bell, Wade 65, 66, 67 Bello, John 99, 00, 01 Bence, Steve 72, 73, 74, 75 Benevento, Doug XC 84 Bennion, Chad 86, 87, 88; XC 86, 87 Benson, Ben 90

Bergesen, Rick 84, 86; XC 85 Bernick, Paul 59, 60, 61 Bergquist, Adam 98, 00, 02; XC 98, 00, 01 Berry, Anthony 77, 78 Berry, Latin 87, 88, 89, 90 Berry, Michael 11,12, 13 Bilusak, Ed 73, 74, 75 Bingham, Ed 55, 56, 57 Binkud, Matt 95 Birden, J.J. 84, 85, 87, 88 Biwott, Shadrack 07, 08, 09; XC 06, 07, 08 Blackman, Craig 71, 72, 73, 74 Blackmore, Mike 84, 85; XC 81, 82, 83, 84 Blackman, Ross 71, 72, 73, 74 Bleakney, Greg 95, 96, 97, 98 Bleakney, Todd 91, 92, 93, 94 Bliss, Andrew 98, 00; XC 97, 98, 99 Blum, Bob 66, 67 Blunt, David 63, 64, 65 Blunt, Larry 50, 51, 52 Boileau, Art 77, 78, 79; XC 76, 77, 78 Bolliger, Mike 74, 75 Boness, Jason 00, 01, 02 Bowen, Dacre 74, 75, 77 Bowerman, Jay 64, 65, 66 Bradetch, Joe 50, 51, 52 Bradley, Larry 81 Brandel, Ryan 06, 07 Brame, Herman 65, 66, 67 Bransom, Phil 77, 79 Brathwaite, Chris 75 Brewer, Chris 13; XC 12 Brigham, Craig 73, 74, 75, 76 Brougher, Gary 75, 76 Brown, Boyd 39, 40, 41, 42 Brown, Dick 63 Brown, Roger 75 Buciarski, Piotr 97, 98, 99 Buford, Vincent 70, 71, 72, 73 Buller, John 64, 65, 66 Bullier, Al 49, 50, 51 Burg, Jack 57, 58, 59 Burgess, Bryce XC 09, 10 Burleson, Dyrol 60, 61, 62 Burns, John 61, 62, 63 Burton, Ray 75, 75, 77, 79 Burton, Stan 93 Bushnell, Darrell 95, 96 Butcher, Matt 09 Byrne, Jack 88, 89 C Cabral, Johnathan 12, 13 Campbell, Leroy 53, 54, 55, 56 Candaele, Corey 91, 92; XC 91 Canfield, Tim 86 Cantwell, Rick 94, 95, 96; XC 93, 94, 95 Card, Robin XC 88 Carew, Gary 75 Carlson, Dusty 94, 95, 96 Carr, Kevin 86 Carrington, Bruce 62, 63, 64 Carter, Jeff 73, 74, 75, 76 Casteel, Alexander 07 Centrowitz, Matt 76, 77, 78; XC 75 76, 77 Centrowitz, Matthew 09, 10, 11; XC 07, 08, 09, 10 Chaney, Mike 68, 69, 70 Chapa, Rudy, 77, 78, 79, 81; XC 76, 77, 78, 79

Chapa, Joaquin 08; XC 07 Chapman, Doug 70, 71, 72, 73 Chen Shui, Warren 69, 70, 71 Chiamulera, Pedro 87 Chriss, Mike 78 Christiensen, Arden 55, 56, 57 Christian, Jerry 57, 58, 59 Christian, Phil 79, 80, 81 Clarke, Brian 65, 66; XC 65 Clary, Don 76, 77, 78, 79; XC 76, 77, 78, 79 Clason, Chad 03 Classen, Matt 95, 96 Cleary, Mitch 50, 51 Clement, Doug 52, 53, 54, 55 Close, Jerry 60, 61, 62 Coffino, Mike 90, 91 Cole, Ryan 96, 97, 98 Coleman, Don 78, 79 Cone, Chris 98 Cook, Roscoe 59, 60, 61 Cope, Paul 66, 67 Costin, Tim 12 Cottengim, Ricardo 00 Countryman, Jack 49, 50, 51 Couser, Ron 68, 69 Craig, Bob 50, 51 Crawley, Roger 74, 75 Cropper, Tanner 96 Cross, Justin 09 Crouser, Brian 82, 83, 84, 85 Crouser, Dean 80, 81, 82, 83 Crouser, Sam 12, 13 Crowe, Dave 63, 64, 65 Crowell, Bill 56, 57, 58 Crunican, Mike 66, 67 Cruz, Joaquim 83, 84 Cullen, Brian 89, 90 Curry, Robert 75 Curtis, Chris 91 Curtis, Richard 86 D Daggatt, Scott 73, 74, 75 Dahlquist, Gordon 54, 55, 56 Dalton, Colin 88, 89, 91; XC 88, 90, 91 Dammann, Ross XC 97 Daniel, Bob 72, 73, 74, 75 Dannis, Mark 87 Dapron, Daryl 84 Das Neves, Daniel 95, 96, 97; XC 94, 95, 96, 97 DaSilva, Pedro 89, 90, 91, 92 Davis, Denzil 76, 77 Davis, Jay 86, 87, 88 Davis, Matthew 95, 96, 98, 99; XC 94, 95, 96, 98 Davis, Micah 96, 97, 98, 99; XC 95, 96, 97, 98 Davis, Otis 58, 59, 60 Davis, Teddy 04 Decker, Bob 56, 57, 58 Deibele, Mike 66, 67 DeJarnette, Ben XC 10, 11, 12 Delaney, Arthur 12, 13 Del Rincon, Richard 05, 06 Dellinger, Bill 54, 55, 56 Derby, Jonathan 05, 06 DeReiux, Joe 98, 99 DeSouza, Jose 87, 88, 89 Dillon, Marcus 07, 08 Dimoff, John 94; XC 92, 93 Divine, Roscoe 67, 68, 69, 70; XC 69 Dodge, Tom 66, 67 Dodson, Tim 95; XC 94

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D’Onofrio, Vincent 09 Dooley, Terry 68, 69, 70; XC 69 Dotts, Roderick 05 Douglas, Ray 59, 60, 61 Doupnik, JT 86, 87 Dowhower, Jim 71, 72 Doyle, Paul 79 Driessen, Will 96, 97, 98, 99 Dukowski, Al 74, 75, 76, 77 Dunbar, Marc 87, 88; XC 87 Dunbar, Trevor 12; XC 12 E Earl, Dave 50, 51, 52 Eaton, Ashton 07, 08, 09, 10 Edstrom, Dave 58, 59, 60 Eldredge, Mike 81 Eklund, Carl 75 Elkaim, Jeramy 13; XC 11, 12 Elliot, Paul 64, 65, 66 Ellis, Terry 00, 01, 02, 03 Endicott, Tom 68, 69 Engquist, Tim 70, 71 Emilsson, Nils 71, 72 Erwin, Greg 80, 81, 82, 83; XC, 79, 80, 81, 82 Estes, Gene Etter, Paul 04, 05 F Farmer, Ted 75 Faucett, Robert 53, 54 Fell, Bill 50, 51, 52, 53 Fellows, Alec 12 Feig, Mark 72, 73, 74, 75 Fein, Steve 99, 00; XC 98, 99 Ferguson, Mike 69, 70, 71 Ferguson, Trevor 12, 13 Finch, Eric 87, 88, 89 Finley, Steve 11 Flaherty, Ryan 03 Flanagan, Proctor 25 Flanders, Blake 06 Flax, Ken 82, 83, 84, 86 Fleming, Cody 05, 06 Fleet, Mac 10, 13; XC 09, 12 Fonseca, Peter 88, 90; XC 87, 88, 89 Forman, Keith 61, 62, 63; XC 63 Foskett, Bob 66, 67 Foster, Alan 89, 91, 92; XC 91 Foster, Ron 90, 93 Fox, Vernon 63, 64, 65 Francis, Russ 72, 73 Frank, Marty 62, 63, 64 Frick, Justin 11 Fries, Gregory 74, 75, 75, 77 Friton, Mike 78, 80, 81; XC 80 From, Jan 77, 78, 79 G Galpin, Jack 13 Garlick, Jacob 01 Geis, Paul 74, 75; XC 74 George, Bob 84 George, Denny 56, 57, 58 Girum, Richard 98 Girvan, Richard 98, 99 Godfrey, Kevin 11, 13 Goldberg, Ed 79 Goldsmith, Vince 78, 79, 80, 81 Goldstein, Michael 97 Gomez, Ron 62, 63, 64 Goodrich, Chris 78 Gorman, Jim 68, 69, 70

Grant, Ken 57, 58, 59 Gray, Bob 89, 90, 91, 92 Green, Rod 85, 87, 88 Greer, Elijah 10, 11, 12, 13 Grelle, Jim 57, 58, 59 Gross, Sean 99, 00, 01 Grubbs, Robert 73, 74; XC 72 Gurry, David 96; XC 95 Guyota, Boru 11, 12, 13; XC 11 H Hadenfield, Marc 72, 73 Hagmeier, David 74, 75, 76 Hail, Bill 52, 53, 54 Hakansson, Nils 57, 58, 59 Hall, Chad 08 Hall, Grant 07 Haller, Pat 89, 90, 91, 92; XC 89, 90, 91 Hamilton, Chris 84, 85; XC 83, 84 Hammitt, Ray 68, 69 Hammitt, Jay 68, 69 Hammett, Dale 74, 75 Hansen, Phil 66, 67 Hanspard, Jermaine 99, 00 Harper, Bryan 11, 12 Harris, Ivory 70, 71, 72 Harris, Marc 85, 86 Harris, Micah 01, 02 Harris, Ronnie 91, 92, 93 Harris, Tanner 12 Harrison, Nate 80, 81 Hartmann, Jason 01, 02, 03, 04; XC 99, 00, 01, 02 Hatfield, Tinker 74, 75, 76 Hearvey, Albert 70, 71, 72, 73 Hedeen, Karl 85 Hedges, Dan 70, 71, 72 Hegvold, Knut 86 Heikkila, William 65, 66, 67 Hendershott, Bob 39, 40, 41 Hensley, Bob 75, 76; XC 74 Henthorne, Dave 50 Hersey, Eric 09, 10, 11,12 Hickenbottom, Ken 52, 53, 54, 55 Hickey, Scott 71, 72 Hidalgo, Matt 13 Hilands, Jim 56, 57, 58 Hill, Bruce 75 Hill, Jim 80, 81, 82, 84; XC 80, 81, 82, 83 Hill, Marty 70, 71, 72 Hill, Ralph 32 Hill, Sam 00, 01; XC 98, 99, 00 Hintnaus, Tom 77, 78, 79, 80 Hodges, Michael 63, 64, 65 Hohn, Eric 81 Holland, Len 37 Holloway, James 73, 74, 75 Holliday, Brandon 02, 03, 04 Hollister, Geoff 66, 68 Hollister, Tracy 92, 93, 94, 96; XC 91, 93, 94, 95 Holts, Brett 02, 03, 04, 05; XC 00, 01, 02, 03 Hooton, Robin 95 Horn, Randall 12 Horner, Jake 01, 02 Hornsby, Russell 12, 13 Hosey, Devon 91, 92, 93 Hoskins, Jeff 85, 87 Hostetler, Cyrus 09, 10 Hotchkins, Joeal 12 Howard, Dave 82 Howard, Kevin 98 Howard, Rick, 67, 68, 69 Howard, Romund 86


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Men’s All-Time Lettermen, continued Howarth, Jim 89, 90 Howell, Cody 98, 00, 01, 02 Howington, Heath 91, 92, 93 Hudson, Brad 88, 89, 90; XC 86, 87, 88, 89 Hughes, Mike 66, 67 Hultberg, Jeff 85 Humble, Jason 91, 92, 93; XC 92, 93 Humcke, Todd 97, 98, 99, 00 Hunt, Mitch XC 10 Hunter, Marcial 64, 65, 66 Hurd, Lamar 81, 83, 84 Hurst, Larry 76, 77, 79 Huske, Jared 06, 07, 08 Hutchins, Jack 50, 51, 52 I Ikwuakor, Akobundu 04, 05, 06 Ingley, Berney 57, 58, 59 Ingram, Duane 93, 94, 95, 96 Ingrim, Rian 98, 99, 01, 02 Inico, Kedar 04, 05 J Jackson, Hal 68, 69 Jablonski, Matt XC 11 Jacobsen, Nils 88 James, Greg 95, 96, 97, 99; XC 94, 96, 97, 98 James, LaMichael 10, 11 James, Mark 81 James, Randy XC 70, 71, 72, 73 Jenkins, Adam 01, 02, 03, 04 Jensen, Jack 07 Jerome, Harry 62, 63, 64 Johnson, Bret 09 Johnson, Brett 13 Johnson, Frank 50, 51 Johnson, Gordon 93, 94 Johnson, Kyley 98, 99, 00, 02 Johnson, Myron 68, 69, 70 Johnson, Nat 97, 98, 99, 00 Johnson, Pat 95, 96 Johnson, Steven 07, 08, 09 Jones, Carleton 87, 88; XC 86, 87 Jones, Derrick 06 Jones, Jim 53, 54, 55

Jost, John 63, 64, 65 Julian, Tim 93; XC 91 K Kasahun, Michael 00, 01; XC 99, 00 Kauffman, Casey 06 Kaupang, Lars 74, 75; XC 74 Keith, Ryan 98, 99, 00, 01 Keller, Dennis 65, 66 Kelley, B.J. 13 Kelly, Dan 07 Kemp, Blake 13 Kent, Jordan 03, 05, 06 Kermode, Richard XC 80 Keska, Karl 93, 94, 95, 96; XC 93, 94, 95, 96 Keyes, A.K. 01 Keys, Dakotah 12, 13 Khoo, Patrick 93, 94, 96 Kimata, Simon 01, 02 Kimball, Will 86, 87; XC 85, 85 Kiyonaga, Robin 94, 96 Klech, David 09, 10, 11 Klotz, Kenny 07, 08, 09, 11; XC 06, 07, 08, 09 Knight, Phil 57, 58, 59 Knoke, Gary 68, 69 Knudsen, Peter 85, 87, 88 Knutsen, Konrad 96, 97, 98, 99; XC 96, 97, 98 Kolenic, Scott 96, 97, 98 Krempley, Ross 99, 00, 01, 02 Kriz, Adam 00, 01, 02, 03 Kuphaldt, Harold 84, 86, 87; XC 82, 83, 84, 86 Kvalheim, Arne 67, 67 69 Kvalheim, Knut 72, 73; XC 72 Kwiatkowski, Chris 12; XC 10, 11 L Lacy, Gary 79, 80 Lahner, Mike 62, 63, 64; XC 63 Lamm, Randy 92, 93 Landerholm, Kent 80, 81, 82

Lanning, Pat 87, 88 Larsen, Jerry 62, 63, 64 Larson, George 59, 60, 61 Lathers, Todd 71, 72, 73, 74 Laubacher, Bradley 13 Laursen, Lars Mueller 05 LeMay, Gabriel 04 Lemora, Shannon 91, 92; XC 89, 90, 91 Leonisio, Mike 88, 90 Leuallen, Eric 97 Lewis, Mark 06, 07 Libert, Andy 89; XC 89 Lile, James 95, 96 Lincoln, Leon 66, 67 Lindsey, Guss 93 Lindsey, Jeff 04, 05, 06 Lineburg, Gary 69, 70 Link, Stan 81 Livingston, Ray 93, 94, 95, 96 Llewellyn, Terry 62, 63, 64 Lloyd, Ben 52, 53, 54, 55 Loftis, John 51, 52, 53 Logsdon, Eric 02, 03, 04, 05; XC 01, 02, 03, 04 Long, Mike 72, 73 Lopez, Danny 89, 90; XC 88, 89 Lorentzen, Reider 79, 80, 81 Lorenzo, Santiago 99, 00, 01, 03 Loumena, Hank 55, 56, 57 Lowe, Rourke 80 Lucas, John 02; XC 00, 01, 02 Luttrell, Jerry 85 Luty, Jeff 81 Lyons, Mike 69, 70, 71 M Maag, Michael 10 MacGillivray, Bart 80, 81, 82, 84 Mack, David 80, 81 Mahon, Terrence 90; XC 89 Malcom, Howard 74, 75 Maloney, Matthew 06 Mannex, Russ 53, 54, 55, 56 March, James 00, 01, 02, 03 Marconi, Danny 10, 11, 12 Marcum, Brian 99

2010 NCAA 1,500 Meters 1-2-3 Finish: A.J. Acosta (2nd), Matthew Centrowitz (3rd), Andrew Wheating (1st)

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Maris, Andy 91; XC 90, 91 Markey, Randall 76, 77 Marlatt, Frank 68, 68 Martin, Al 52, 53, 54 Martin, Bob 71, 72, 73, 74 Martin, Jeff 80 Martin, Ken 79, 80; XC 78, 79 Mathis, Dior 11, 12, 13 Mays, John 72, 73 Mayes, Ryan 94 Maync, Peter 65, 66 Mayo, Jason 98 McAllister, Darl 59, 60, 61 McArdle, John 77, 78, 79 McArthur, Colin 97, 99, 00 McChesney Jr., Bill, 78, 79, 80; XC 77, 78, 79 McChesney, Steve, 76, 77 McChesney, Tom, 74, 75, 76, 77 McClendon, Mike 71, 72, 73; XC 69 McClendon, Michael 91 McClure, Don 54, 55, 56 McDole, Merrit 00, 01 McFadden, Barry 65 McGee, Scott 88, 89, 90, 91 McGinty, Brian 10 McGrath, Michael 06, 07, 08; XC 05, 06 McGuirk, Matt, 82, 84, 85, 87; XC 82, 83, 84, 86 McMonigal, Mark 85; XC 85 McNally, Kevin 10 McNamara, Jordan 08, 09, 10 McVein, Aaron 09 Meinert, James 63, 64, 65 Melancon, Matthew 13; XC 12 Mercado, Daniel 08, 09, 10, 11; XC 07, 08, 09, 10 Mercado, Diego 08, 09, 10; XC 06, 07, 08, 09 Mestler, Rick 89, 90, 91, 92; XC 89 Meyle, Shawn 89, 90 Miller, Dick 59, 60 Miller, Tom 80 Mills, D.C. 58, 59, 60 Miner, Matt 13 Missfeldt, Chuck 50, 51, 52 Mitchell, Ben 96, 97, 98 Mitchum, Eric 03, 04, 05, 06 Moad, Jack 55, 56, 57 Mock, Jerry 51, 52, 53 Moore, Bouncy 71, 72, 73 Moore, David 05, 06, 07 Moore, Howard 98, 99, 00 Moore, Jeremy 91 Moore, Kenny 64, 65, 66; XC 63, 64, 65 Moore, Randy 74, 75 Morris, Jack 56, 57, 58 Moro, Guerrino 63, 64, 65 Morrow, Tom 68, 69, 70 Moreland, Nate 82 Morrisette, Garth 85; XC 85 Morrison, Hank 13 Morrow, Tom XC 69 Mortenson, Bruce 64, 65, 66; XC 63, 64, 65 Mortimore, Jody 95, 96, 97, 98 Mours, Jim 87, 88 Myers, Dub 83, 84, 85; XC 83, 85, 86

N Navarro, Carlos 97 Needham, Harry 60, 61 Nehring, Lincoln 99, 00, 01; XC 98, 99, 00 Nelson, Britton 09, 10 Nelson, Bruce 78, 79, 80; XC 77 Nelson, Chris 94, 95 Nelson, Dan 82, 83, 87; XC 83, 84, 85 Nelson, Jeff XC 78 Newland, Bob 43 Newland, Dave 56, 57 Newman, Tom 98 Newton, Murray 60, 61 Nicholas, Scott 93, 94, 95, 96; XC 95 Nielsen, Scott 95, 96 Nill, Herb 49, 50, 51 Nixon, Parrish 80, 81, 82, 84 Noe, Chet 51, 52, 53 Noelle, Chad 12, 13; XC 12 Northcote, John 61, 61, 62 Norval, Jim 58, 59, 60 O O’Connell, Adam 09 O’Connor, Grady 90, 91, 92, 93 O’Donnell, Jim 67, 68, 69 O’Leary, Alan 63, 64, 65 Ogard, Jon 76, 77, 78, 79 Ohlemann, Sig 60, 61, 62 Oliver, Mario 96 Oliver, Muhammed 91, 92 Otterstedt, Ron 88, 89, 90 Ouderkirk, Austin 11, 12, 13 Overfield, Tim 00, 01 P Pappas, Billy 00, 01, 02 Pappas, Paul 94, 95, 96 Paquin, Phil 59, 60, 61 Parke, Bob 34 Parker, Samie 01, 02, 03 Pattinson, Alex 10 Paulson, Noel XC 00, 01, 03 Paxton, Hale 49, 50, 51 Payne, Gordon 64, 65, 66 Paz, Allan 70, 71 Pedigo, Martin 55, 56, 57 Penny, Scott 10 Perkins, Rich 74, 75, 76 Perkins, Ron 78 Peters, Doug 89 Petersen, Brent 73, 74 Petersen, Eric 87, 88, 89, 90; XC 88, 89 Pfeiffer, Eldon 86, 87 Phillipo, Les 93 Phillips, Al 65, 66 Philyaw, Dino 94, 95 Pickering, Ryan 13; XC 11, 12 Pierce, Lavon 92, 93, 94 Pihlaja, Graydon 81; XC 80 Pinkney, Tyler 11, 13 Porter, Kerry 84 Post, Todd 84 Powell, Ethan 11, 12, 13 Powell, Lewis 62, 63 Prefontaine, Steve 70, 71, 72, 73 Prosser, Laird XC 97 Puckett, Jim 60, 61, 62 Puskedra, Luke 09, 10, 11, 12; XC 08, 09, 10, 11


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Men’s All-Time Lettermen, continued R Ragan, Craig 93 Randall, Cory 82 Rasmor, Shawn 98, 99 Rasmussen, George 47, 48, 49,50 Rawlins, Terry 69, 70 Reddaway, Gary 62, 63, 64 Reeve, Vic 61, 62, 63 Reeve, Will 57, 58, 59 Reid, Bob 54, 55, 56 Reiser, Ken 52, 53, 54, 55 Renfro, Guy 68, 68 Renfro, Mel 62 Reverman, Jim 68, 69 Rhen, Bob 70, 71, 72 Risley, Ralph 50, 51, 52 Ritchie, Ric 70, 71, 72; XC 70, 71, 72 Richards, Steve 90; XC 87, 88, 89 Richardson, Mark 70, 71 Richotte, Brian 07 Robbins, Mark 57, 58, 59 Robertson, Dwight 81, 82 Robinson, Bobby 29, 30, 31 Robinson, Jeremy 94, 95, 96 Robinson, Lou 48 Robinson, Mack 38 Robison, Eddie 51, 52, 53 Rogers, Bob 56, 57, 58 Rogers, Nick XC 96 Rosenberg, Wister 24 Ross, Winford 42 Rossow, Willie 85; XC 85 Ruffin, Quincy 96 Rupp, Galen 05, 06, 07, 09; XC 05, 06, 07, 08 Russell, Davon 87, 88, 89, 90 S Sabag, Shemi XC 85, 86 Sagle, Jim 66, 67, 68, 69 Salazar, Alberto 77, 78, 79, 81; XC 76, 77, 78, 79 Sallos, Sol 92, 94, 95 San Romani, Archie 62, 63, 64; XC 63 Savage, Mark 70, 71, 72; XC 70 Savage, Steve 69, 70, 71; XC 70 Schaudt, Brian 09, 10, 11, 12 Scherer, Matt 03, 04, 05, 06 Schiffer, David 91 Schmock, Peter 70, 71, 72 Schwartz, Ron 59, 60, 61

Scott, Don 64, 65, 66; XC 64 Seidel, Scott 86, 87 Sells, Doug 00 Shannon, Mike XC 89 Sheperd, Bob 65, 66, 67 Shepherd, J.J. 93 Shkuratov, Alexey 06, 07, 08 Shrader, Brian XC 10, 11 Sievers, Gary 75, 76, 77 Simmons, Mike 08, 10 Simonds, Seth 88; XC 87 Simpson, Brad 81, 83, 84; XC 80, 81, 83 Singleton, Phil 70, 71, 72 Skipper, Art 89, 90, 91, 92 Skipper, Greg 13 Skipper, Scott 87, 88 Skipper, Tommy 04, 05, 06, 07 Skogund, Jesper 92 Slye, Jason 00, 01, 02, 03 Small, Glen 57, 58, 59 Smith, Bob 74, 75 Smith, Darrien 95, 96 Smith, Jack 50, 51, 52 Smith, James 87 Smith, Jim 76, 77 Smith, Tom 68, 69, 70 Smylie, Wes 70, 71, 72 Snelling, Derek 91, 92, 93 Sonnenschein, Werner 65, 66 Sogge, Chan 51, 52, 53 Sorsby, Bill 54, 55, 56 Southam, Dean 66, 67 Spearow, Ralph 22, 23, 24 Spir, Peter 74, 75, 76, 77; XC 75 Springbett, Bruce 52, 53, 54, 55 Stager, George 28 Stanford, Travis 11, 12 Steen, Dave 61, 62, 63 Steen, Don 56, 57, 58 Steers, Les 39, 40, 41 Steinhauer, Neal 65, 66, 67 Steinke, Clayton 62, 63, 64; XC 63 Stelle, Earl 49, 50, 51 Stevenson, Steve 67, 68, 69 Stephens, Norm 71, 72 Stephens, Steve 69, 70 Stern, Ben XC 06 Stiegeler, John 00, 01, 03 Stinson, Parker 11, 12, 13; XC 10, 11, 12 Stormyr, Frode 82, 83, 84

Samie Parker NCAA All-American

Stover, Jeff 77, 78, 79, 80 Stoutenburgh, Isaac 08, 09; XC 06 Strachan, Scotty 22 Strauts, Zig 68, 69, 70 Stray, Jordan 08, 09, 10, 11 Strickland, John XC 85 Strubel, Derek 02, 03 Stubbs, Chris 13 Stuber, Paul 63, 64 Stubblefield, Jerry 60, 61, 62 Sullivan, Dennis 49, 50, 51 Sullivan, Donn 54, 55, 56 Sullivan, Sean 88 Sullivan, Terry 55, 56, 57 Suminski, Greg 80 Suver, Curtis XC 08 Swan, Arnold 78 Swainson, John 71, 72 Swalm, Tom 51, 52, 53 Swanson, John 71 Swick, Patrick 04 Switzer, Jon 79, 80, 81 T Talbot, Doug 54, 55, 56 Tarr, Jerry 61, 62 Tarpenning, Kory 83, 84, 85 Taylor, David 74, 75, 76, 77; XC 73, 74, 75, 76 Taylor, Johnny 90 Taylor, Sam 56, 57, 58 Thomas, Chris 98, 99 Thomas, De’Anthony 12, 13 Thomas, Jon 07; XC 05 Thomas, Ron 79, 80 Thomason, Chris 90 Thompson, LeRoy 80 Thompson, Travis 09, 10 Thornton, Lee 56, 57, 58 Thurman, J.P. 93 Thurmond, Walter III 06, 07 Tipton, Les 62,63, 64 Todd, Patrick 13 Tonn, Dan 63, 64, 65; XC 63, 64 Tower, Brandon 05 Trerise, Norm 67, 68, 69 Trice, Eric 91, 92, 94, 95 Trujillo, Carlos 06, 07 08; XC 05, 06, 07 Trujillo, Esteban XC 05, 08 Tuchardt, Paul 56, 57 Tuck, Art 21 Turner, Fred 51, 52, 53 Tyson, Pat 72, 73; XC 71, 72

Dave Taylor NCAA All-American

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V Van Asten, Ray 63, 64 VanDoren, Michael 10 Van Dyk, Jere 66, 67 Vance, Weldon 70, 71, 72 Vanderhoff, Kanon 95 Vanderville, Mark 90, 91 Van Leugen, Dean 52, 53, 54, 55 Van Hee, Todd 94, 95 VanSchoiack, Tye 89, 90, 91, 92; XC 90, 91 Varley, Bob 66, 67 Varoff, George 36, 37, 38, 38 Veldman, Colin 06, 08 Vigna, Jared 94, 95, 96 Voge, Ryan 04, 05 Voorhees, Dave 74, 75, 76, 78 W Waite, Ryan 07 Walcott, George 82 Walk, Miles 13 Walker, Jerome 80, 81 Wall, Scott 05, 07, 08, 09; XC 05, 07, 08 Walls, Brian 91, 92 Walton, Greg 78, 79 Walton, Jason 92, 93 Ward, Don 81, 83, 84 Warren, Dale 76 Warren, Vernell 08, 09, 10, 11 Washington, Keith 83, 85 Wasteney, Duke XC 05 Watson, Bob 63, 64, 65 Watson, Cole 11, 12; XC 11, 12 Watson, Leonidas 04, 05 Wedemire, Cedric 66, 67 Weigeldt, Klaus 89, 90 Weicker, Dave 72, 73 Welch, Dustin 88, 89 Welch, Sean 88, 89, 90 Werhane, Patrick 06, 07; XC 03, 04, 05, 06 Wheating, Andrew 07, 08, 09, 10; XC 07, 08 White, Eric 92, 93, 94 Whitney, Sam 62, 63, 64 Wick, Eric 90 Wigham, Stan 74, 75 Wilborn, Dave 66, 67, 68; XC 65 Wilkins, Mac 72, 73 Wilkinson, Paul 72, 73, 74 Williams, Bob 65, 66, 67; XC 64 Williams, Gary 72, 73, 74 Williams, Jeromy 94, 95 Williams, Jamar 93

Williams, Larry 87, 88, 91 Williams, Mike 69, 70, 71 Williams, Robert 65 Williams, Terry 74, 75, 76, 77; XC 73, 74, 75, 76 Williams, Spencer 86, 87, 88, 89 Willis, Jason 03 Wilson, Curtis 88, 89, 90, 91 Winchell, Wilcey 58, 59, 60 Winn, Daniel XC 12 Winter, Chris 05, 07, 08, 09; XC 04, 05, 06, 08 Wirz, Oliver 99; XC 96, 98 Withers, James 07, 09; XC 04, 05 Witter-Tilton, Colin 08, 09, 10 Wolf, Gary 70, 71, 72 Wolff, Alex 08, 09, 10, 11 Wood, James 65, 66 Woodman, John 74, 75, 76 Woods, LaMont 93, 94, 95, 96 Woods, Trevor 01, 02, 03, 04 Woodward, John 67, 68, 69 Wright, Brian 89, 90, 91 Wright, Don 80, 81 Wuethrich, Brian 05 Y Ylitalo, Erik 92, 93 Young, Andy 87, 88, 89 Young, Andy 03, 04, 05, 06 Z Zanich, Dan 94, 95 Zishka, John 84; XC 82, 84

Spencer Williams NCAA All-American


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Oregon Women’s Outdoor Top Performances 100 Meters 1. English Gardner 2. Amber Purvis 3. Jenna Prandini 4. Mandy White 5. Rosie Williams LaReina Woods 7. Debbie Adams 8. Camara Jones 9. Lauryn Newson 10. Melanie Batiste Jamila Godfrey 200 Meters 1. English Gardner 2. Amber Purvis 3. Phyllis Francis 4. Lauryn Newson 5. Jenna Prandini 6. Rosie Williams 7. Keshia Baker 8. Mandy White 9. Melanie Batiste 10. Stefanie Hunter 400 Meters 1. Keshia Baker 2. Phyllis Francis 3. Camara Jones 4. Chizoba Okodogbe 5. Nicole Commissiong 6. Amber Purvis 7. Sofie Abildtrup 8. Grace Bakari 9. Michele Williams 10. Brianne Theisen 800 Meters 1. Claudette Groenendaal 2. Leann Warren 3. Laura Roesler 4. Ranza Clark 5. Rebekah Noble 6. Anne Kesselring 7. Zoe Buckman 8. Kaarin Knudson 9. Vicky Fleschner 10. Claudia Francis

10.96 11.21 11.31 11.53 11.58 11.58 11.65 11.73 11.74 11.77 11.77

22.62 22.74 22.77 23.09 23.15 23.39 23.41 23.59 23.66 23.75

50.76 50.86 51.44 52.22 52.65 52.80 52.92 53.3 53.36 53.72

1:58.33 1:59.63 2:00.23 2:01.7 2:02.07 2:02.12 2:02.50 2:04.52 2:04.78 2:04.88

Laura Roesler NCAA Champion

2013 2011 2013 2011 1989 1993 1978 1992 2012 1979 1995

2013 2010 2013 2012 2013 1989 2010 2011 1980 1989

2010 2013 1995 2013 1996 2011 2004 1981 2010 2012

1985 1981 2013 1984 2006 2013 2008 1997 1997 2012

1,500 Meters 1. Leann Warren 2. Ranza Clark 3. Claudette Groenendaal 4. Jordan Hasay 5. Zoe Buckman 6. Becca Friday 7. Nicole Blood 8. Anne Kesselring 9. Kathy Hayes 10. Annette Hand

4:05.88 4:07.50 4:08.13 4:10.28 4:12.80 4:13.06 4:14.73 4:13.90 4:14.94 4:15.65

1982 1984 1984 2011 2010 2012 2008 2013 1982 1988

10,000 Meters 1. Jordan Hasay 2. Kathy Hayes 3. Allie Woodward 4. Lisa Martin 5. Bronwyn Crossman 6. Melody Fairchild 7. Nicole Blood 8. Stephanie Wessell 9. Eryn Forbes 10. Mattie Bridgmon

32:06.64 32:43.81 32:56.94 33:12.1 33:18.53 33:18.99 33:22.62 33:31.3 33:31.7 33:37.73

2013 1984 2012 1983 2012 1996 2010 1991 1982 2009

Mile 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4:30.36 4:38.19 4:41.33 4:41.4 4:42.8 4:44.7 4:45.2 4:48.6 4:50.68 4:53.0

1981 1988 2012 1979 1982 1979 1982 1982 1987 1974

100 Meter Hurdles 1. Brianne Theisen 2. Alyssa Monteverde 3. Lexie Miller (Beck) 4. Kelly Blair 5. Kris Costello 6. Kay Garnett 7. Lyndsay Pearson 8. Rebecca Rhodes 9. Janell Thorsland 10. Ann Sullivan

13.30 13.41 13.67 13.74 13.76 13.78 13.82 13.83 13.90 13.99

2012 2013 1981 1994 1981 1984 2010 2012 1984 2001

3,000 Meters 1. Kathy Hayes 2. Annette Hand 3. Eryn Forbes 4. Penny Graves 5. Rosa Gutierrez 6. Milena Glusac 7. Leann Warren 8. Lisa Martin

8:50.79 8:59.15 9:07.5 9:07.86 9:10.75 9:13.29 9:14.02 9:14.8

1983 1988 1982 1988 1982 1996 1982 1983

5,000 Meters 1. Kathy Hayes 2. Annette Hand 3. Alexandra Kosinski 4. Eryn Forbes 5. Jordan Hasay 6. Nicole Blood 7. Penny Graves 8. Milena Glusac 9. Melody Fairchild 10. Lucy Nusrala

400 Meter Hurdles 1. Lexie Miller (Beck) 2. Tish Henes 3. Lisa Nicholson 4. Kelly Blair 5. Kasey Harwood 6. Abby Andrus 7. Sharon Otterstedt 8. Lyndsay Pearson 9. Jamesha Youngblood 10. Kayla Mellott

57.08 58.40 58.42 58.75 58.98 59.29 59.86 59.87 59.95 60.13

1983 1998 1983 1993 2008 2004 1988 2012 2010 2005

15:23.03 15:34.55 15:36.90 15:37.01 15:37.29 15:38.61 15:50.41 15:51.66 15:53.56 16:01.69

1985 1988 2012 1982 2011 2009 1988 1996 1996 1991

3,000 Meter Steeplechase 1. Lanie Thompson 2. Claire Michel 3. Kimber Mattox 4. Megan Patrignelli 5. Taylor Wallace 6. Dana Buchanan 7. Emily Mathis 8. Brooke Giuffre 9. Mandi Fitz-Gustafson 10. Carrie Zografos

9:59.90 10:02.55 10:06.58 10:09.83 10:18.19 10:28.53 10:34.44 10:36.26 10:38.50 10:42.02

2012 2011 2012 2013 2011 2009 2008 2009 2006 2002

Leann Warren Annette Hand Megan Patrignelli Cheri Williams Ranza Clark Ellen Schmidt Eryn Forbes Rosa Gutierrez Penny Graves Maryl Barker

Nicole Blood NCAA All-American

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Keshia Baker NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK 4x100 Meter Relay 1. Mandy White, 43.27 2010 Amber Purvis, Keshia Baker, Jamesha Youngblood 2. Phyllis Francis, 43.32 2012 English Gardner, Lauryn Newson, Amber Purvis 3. Phyllis Francis, 43.73 2013 English Gardner, Jenna Prandini, Chizoba Okodogbe 4. Mandy White, 43.82 2011 Amber Purvis, Lauryn Newson, English Gardner 5. Mandy White, 44.09 2011 Amber Purvis, English Gardner, Jamesha Youngblood 6. Mandy White, 44.17 2009 Amber Purvis, Keshia Baker, Jamesha Youngblood 7. Lauryn Newson, 44.29 2012 Amber Purvis, Jenna Prandini, English Gardner 8. Mandy White, 44.38 2010 Amber Purvis, Keshia Baker, Michele Williams 9. Claudia Francis, 44.51 2012 English Gardner, Lauryn Newson, Chizoba Okodogbe 10. Alexandria Davidson, 44.61 2011 Amber Purvis, Lauryn Newson, English Gardner 4x400 Meter Relay 1. English Gardner, 3:24.54 2012 Chizoba Okodigbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 2. English Gardner, 3:26.73 2013 Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 3. Jenna Prandini, 3:28.15 2013 Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 4. Michele Williams, 3:28.18 2011 Chizoba Okodogbe, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler 5. Brianne Theisen, 3:28.54 2010 Amber Purvis, Michele Williams, Keshia Baker 6. Devin Gosberry, 3:29.43 2012 Chizoba Okodigbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 7. Chizoba Okodogbe, 3:29.63 2011 Amber Purvis, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler 8. Jamesha Youngblood, 3:32.34 2010 Keshia Baker, Michele Williams, Amber Purvis 9. Annie Leblanc, 3:32.36 2013 Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 10. LaReina Woods, 3:33.11 1995 Camara Jones, Jamila Godfrey, Nicole Commisiong

Amber Purvis NCAA Champion

1988 2010 1990 2012 1985 2013 1993 1982 2005 2010

Discus 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pole Vault 1. Becky Holliday 4.47m 14-8 2. Melissa Gergel 4.45m 14-7.25 3. Niki (Reed) McEwen 4.25m 13-11.25 4. Emily Enders 4.16m 13-7.75 5. Kirsten (Riley) Larwin 4.12m 13-6.25 Sammie Clark 4.12m 13-6.25 7. Jordan Roskelley 4.10m 13-5.25 8. Kortney Ross 4.08m 13-4.5 9. Hannah Moore 3.95m 12-11.75 10. Karina Elstom 3.90m 12-9.5

2003 2011 2003 2006 2004 2013 2011 2011, 2012 2006 1999

Hammer 1. Britney Henry 67.54m 221-7 2. Jillian Weir 64.70m 212-3 3. Brittany Hinchcliffe 64.69m 212-3 4. Jordan Sauvage 58.32m 191-4 5. Maureen Morrison 56.86m 186-6 6. Megan Kriz 56.38m 185-0 7. Megan Maloney 56.15m 184-3 8. Heidi Fisk 55.94m 183-6 9. Katie Kersh 54.73m 179-7 10. Mary Etter 53.91m 176-10

Long Jump 1. Jamesha Youngblood 6.63m 2. Julie Goodrich 3. Lauryn Jordan 6.38m 4. Camille Jampolsky 6.32m 5. Jenni Grasley 6. Brianne Theisen 6.28m 7. Kelly Blair 8. Jennifer Thomas 6.17m 9. Lauryn Newson 6.16m 10. Jenna Prandini 6.15m

21-9 21-0.5 20-11.25 20-9 20-8.5 20-7.25 20-3.5 20-3 20-2.5 20-2.25

2010 1988 2006 1988 1989 2012 1993 1996 2011 2013

Triple Jump 1. Lauryn Newson 13.52m 2. Jamesha Youngblood 13.23m 3. Sara Jessie (Howell) 4. Lauryn Jordan 12.61m 5. Phillis McKinney 12.60m 6. Kim Carlisle 7. Amanda Brown 12.43m 8. Clarice Hayward-Lee 12.41m 9. Janell Thorsland 12.31m 10. Mary Gilbert

44-4.25 43-5 42-6 41-4.5 41-4.25 41-0.5 40-9.5 40-8.75 40-4.75 40-2.75

2012 2010 1995 2006 1989 1992 2003 2004 1987 1994

Shot Put 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

53-11.25 53-1.5 51-1.5 50-5.25 49-11.25 49-10 48-10.75 48-5.5 48-4.5 47-8

2005 1983 1986 1987 2002 1993 2009 1997 1980 2012

igh Jump H 1. Camille Jampolsky 1.90m 2. Brianne Theisen 1.86m 3. Laurel Roberts 4. Chancey Summers 1.83m 5. Shari Collins 6. Lauren Crockett 1.81m 7. Kelly Blair 8. Jeanne Borchardt Lauryn Jordan 1.78m Jasmine Kelly 1.78m

Bree Fuqua 16.44m Quenna Beasley Cora Aguilar Yvette Brown Mary Etter 15.22m Julie Beck Rita Santiba単ez 14.90m Chris Cvitanich Carrie Albano Laura Bobek 14.53m

6-2.75 6-1.25 6-0.5 6-0 5-11.5 5-11.25 5-10.75 5-10 5-10 5-10

English Gardner NCAA Champion

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Quenna Beasley Mary Etter 54.74m Cora Aguilar Karen McDonald Laura Bobek 52.58m Yvette Brown Stephanie Smith Heidi Fisk Lucy Cridland 51.92m Katie McKeever 51.75m

Javelin (*New implement) 1. Rachel Yurkovich 59.62m 2. Sarah Malone 56.94m 3. Ashley McCrea 52.49m 4. Elisa Crumley 51.70m 5. Liz Brenner 51.43m 6. Karis Howell 51.23m 7. Roslyn Lundeen 50.89m 9. Charyl Weingarten 48.37m 9. Kara Meeuwsen 46.60m 10. Brianne Theisen 46.38m *New implement introduced in 1999

180-9 179-7 174-7 173-8 172-6 172-2 171-9 170-6 170-4 169-9

1985 2003 1986 1981 2013 1987 1990 1999 2009 2002

2006, 2007 2013 2006 2003 2000 2004 2008 1999 2005 2001

195-7 186-10 172-2 169-7 168-9 168-1 166-11 158-8 152-11 152-2

2009 2005 2009 2002 2013 2000 2002 2002 2008 2012

Javelin (Old implement) 1. Lynda Hughes 2. Paula Berry 3. Sally Harmon 4. Ashley Selman 5. Jill Smith 6. Patty Kearney 7. Roz Rouse 8. Kim Hyatt 9. Brooke Allen 10. Kelsey Stellick

202-3 202-1 190-4 188-5 187-7 180-7 180-0 178-1 175-11 174-2

1982 1991 1982 1993 1989 1980 1983 1990 1989 1995

Heptathlon 1. Brianne Theisen 2. Kelly Blair 3. Kalindra McFadden 4. Camille Jampolsky 5. Lauryn Jordan 6. Stefanie Hunter 7. Jennifer Thomas 8. Abby Andrus 9. Jenny Kenyon 10. Kamala Kohlmeier

6,440 6,038 5,821 5,516 5,499 5,484 5,452 5,325 5,169 5,100

2012 1993 2009 1987 2006 1989 1998 2004 2002 1991

Jamesha Youngblood NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Women’s Indoor Top Performances 50 Meters 1. Jamila Godfrey 2. LaReina Woods 3. Aisha Wallace

6.4 6.5 6.60

1993 1993 1997

880 Yards 1. 2. 3. 4.

55 Meters 1. LaReina Woods 2. Jamila Godfrey 3. Alexis Yeater

6.92 7.14 7.18

1993 1994 1999

60 Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.8 7.0 7.08 7.18 7.21

1984 1984 1992 1984 1984

Tracy Raade Stephanie Morris LaReina Woods Cam Talton Kay Garnett

60 Meters 1. English Gardner 2. Amber Purvis 3. Jenna Prandini 4. Mandy White 5. Lauryn Newson

7.12 7.20 7.29 7.33 7.57

2012 2011 2013 2010 2011

2:04.61 2:13.8 2:14.2 2:15.5

1982 1984 1985 1985

1,000 Yards 1. Megan Reynolds 2. Nikki Swets

2:46.3 2:50.5

1990 1990

1,500 Meters 1. Leann Warren 2. Liz Wilson 3. Lucy Nusrala 4. Carol Holmen

4:19.13 4:24.3 4:24.7 4:29.2

1985 1991 1992 1992

Mile

Anne Kesselring Jordan Hasay Leann Warren Zoe Buckman Becca Friday

4:32.61 4:33.01 4:33.26 4:33.76 4:35.34

2012 2011 1982 2011 2013

2,000 Meters 1. Melody Fairchild

6:01.74

1996

3,000 Meters 1. Jordan Hasay 2. Melody Fairchild 3. Alexi Pappas 4. Nicole Blood 5. Alexandra Kosinski

8:57.46 9:07.25 9:07.97 9:08.44 9:08.60

2013 1996 2013 2008 2011

5,000 Meters 1. Jordan Hasay 2. Alexandra Kosinski 3. Alexi Pappas 4. Nicole Blood 5. Katie Conlon

15:40.30 15:44.60 15:47.13 15:51.59 15:53.73

2013 2011 2013 2010 2013

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Leann Warren Ranza Clark Claudette Groenendahl Penny Graves

200 Meters 1. Amber Purvis 2. English Gardner 3. Jenna Prandini 4. Phyllis Francis 5. Keshia Baker

23.17 23.34 23.70 23.75 23.92

2011 2012 2013 2012 2010

300 Meters 1. Keshia Baker 2. Devin Gosberry 3. Kavina Hall 4. Leah Worthen 5. Jamesha Youngblood

38.34 40.30 40.66 40.67 40.76

2008 2012 2008 2008 2008

400 Meters 1. Keshia Baker 2. Phyllis Francis 3. Chizoba Okodogbe 4. Brianne Theisen 5. Michele Williams

51.63 52.01 53.74 54.11 54.63

2010 2013 2013 2012 2010

50 Meter Hurdles 1. Kelly Blair 2. Sara Howell 3. Ann Sullivan

7.3 7.5 7.69

1993 1993 2001

440 Yards 1. Stephanie Morris 2. Sharon Otterstedt 3. Tracy Raade

57.2 57.5 58.3

1984 1985 1984

55 Meter Hurdles 1. Kelly Blair 2. Katie O’Brien Kamala Kohlmeier

8.06 8.2 8.2

1993 1988 1988

500 Yards 1. Tracy Raade 2. Jule Hilsenteger 3. Julie White

1:10.8 1:11.0 1:11.6

1985 1985 1985

60 Yard Hurdles 1. Kay Garnett 2. Kathy Boyea 3. Janell Thorsland

8.00 8.2 8.26

1984 1985 1985

600 Meters 1. Phyllis Francis 2. Anne Kesselring 3. Laura Roesler 4. Camilla Dencer 5. Megan Patrignelli

1:27.38 1:29.73 1:29.80 1:33.88 1:36.61

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

60 Meter Hurdles 1. Brianne Theisen 2. Alyssa Monteverde 3. Lyndsay Pearson 4. Rebecca Rhodes 5. Jamesha Youngblood

8.25 8.47 8.49 8.62 8.70

2012 2013 2012 2012 2011

800 Meters 1. Laura Roesler 2. Leann Warren 3. Anne Kesselring 4. Rebekah Noble 5. Zoe Buckman

2:02.32 2:03.89c 2:04.52 2:04.70 2:05.72

2013 1982 2012 2007 2010

4x400 Meter Relay 1. English Gardner, 3:30.22 2013 Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis 2. Jamesha Youngblood, 3:32.97 2010 Keshia Baker, Michele Williams, Amber Purvis 3. Amber Purvis, 3:33.70 2012 Laura Roesler, Chizoba Okodogbe, Phyllis Francis 4. Chizoba Okodogbe, 3:34.98 2011 Brianne Theisen, Laura Roesler, Amber Purvis 5. Jamesha Youngblood, 3:36.52 2009 Amber Purvis, Leah Worthen, Keshia Baker Distance Medley Relay 1. Anne Kesselring, 10:52.90 2011 Chizoba Okodogbe, Becca Friday, Jordan Hasay 2. Becca Friday, 10:55.78 2012 Chizoba Okodogbe, Claudia Francis, Anne Kesselring 3. Anne Kesselring, 10:56.31 2012 Chizoba Okodogbe, Becca Friday, Jordan Hasay 4. Anne Kesselring, 10:58.96 2010 Michele Williams, Zoe Buckman, Jordan Hasay 5. Jordan Hasay, 10:59.64 2010 Keshia Baker, Anne Kesselring, Nicole Blood High Jump 1. Brianne Theisen 1.88m 2. Laurel Roberts 3. Chancey Summers 1.81m 4. Kelly Blair Lauren Crockett 1.78m

6-2 6-0 5-11.25 5-10 5-10

2012 1991 2013 1994 2013

Pole Vault 1. Melissa Gergel 2. Becky Holliday 3. Niki McEwen 4. Jordan Roskelley 5. Emily Enders

4.45m 4.35m 4.30m 4.16m 4.12m

14-7.25 14-3.25 14-1.25 13-7.75 13-6.25

2010 2003 2003 2011 2006

Long Jump 1. Jamesha Youngblood 2. Lauryn Jordan 3. Lauryn Newson 4. Brianne Theisen 5. Amanda Brown

6.56m 6.26m 6.15m 6.12m 6.05m

21-6.25 20-6.5 20-2.25 20-1 19-10.25

2010 2007 2011 2012 2004

Triple Jump 1. Amanda Brown 12.64m 2. Jamesha Youngblood 12.38m 3. Clairice Hayward-Lee 12.22m 4. Lauryn Jordan 12.15m 5. Sara Howell

41-5.75 40-7.5 40-1.25 39-10.5 38-4.5

2004 2009 2004 2006 1993

Shot Put 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52-8.25 51-3.5 49-6.25 49-2.25 48-2.75

1985 2004 2004 2013 1998

68-4.5 67-6.25 61-1.25 58-9.5 57-9

2007 2013 2006 2004 2008

4,555 4,088 3,957 3,908 3,642

2012 FCR/CAR 2009 2007 2004 2013

Quenna Beasley Bree Fuqua 15.63m Mary Etter 15.09m Jillian Weir 14.99m Chris Cvitanich

Weight Throw 1. Britney Henry 2. Jillian Weir 3. Brittany Hinchliffe 4. Mary Etter 5. Megan Maloney

20.84m 20.58m 18.62m 17.92m 17.50m

Pentathlon 1. Brianne Theisen 2. Kalindra McFadden 3. Lauryn Jordan 4. Abby Andrus 5. Alyssa Monteverde FCR - Collegiate Record CAR - Canadian Record

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Women’s NCAA Championship Results NCAA Outdoor Champions and Oregon Results

AIAW Champions and Oregon Results

Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Year 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Champion (Coach) UCLA (Scott Chisam) UCLA (Scott Chisam) Florida State (Gary Winckler) Oregon (Tom Heinonen) Texas (Terry Crawford) Louisiana State (Sam Seemes) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Texas (Bev Kearney) Texas (Bev Kearney) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) USC (Ron Allice) South Carolina (Curtis Frye) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) UCLA (Jeanette Bolden) Texas (Bev Kearney) Auburn (Ralph Spry) Arizona State (Greg Kraft) Louisiana State (Dennis Shaver) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Texas A&M (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Dennis Shaver) Kansas (Stanley Redwine)

Score Oregon 153  4th 104 116  5th 66 145  4th 64 52 Champions 65 — 0 62  9th 25 61  3rd 45 86 42nd-t 5 53 18th-t 12 78 15th-t 13 87 22nd-t 10 93   4th 35 86 29th-t 8 69 24th-t 10 81 33rd-t 5 63 45th-t 4 60 36th-t 7 62 51st-t 4 58 45th-t 5 60 60th-t 2 82 27th-t 9 64 17th 14 1/2 69 34th-t 6 55 32nd-t 8 57 11th 23 60 27th-t 9 67 8th 27 50 2nd 43 72 2nd 57 49 2nd 45 76 2nd 62 60 3rd 43

Host/Site Brigham Young Houston Oregon Texas Indianapolis Louisiana State Oregon Brigham Young Duke Oregon Texas New Orleans Boise State Tennessee Oregon Indiana Buffalo Boise State Duke Oregon Louisiana State Sacramento State Texas Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State Drake Arkansas Oregon Oregon Drake Oregon

NCAA Indoor Champions and Oregon Results Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Champion (Coach) Nebraska (Gary Pepin) Nebraska (Gary Pepin) Florida State (Gary Winckler) Texas (Terry Crawford) Louisiana State (Sam Seemes) Texas (Terry Crawford) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Texas (Terry Crawford) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Florida (Bev Kearney) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Texas (Bev Kearney) Texas (Bev Kearney) UCLA (Jeannette Bolden) UCLA (Jeannette Bolden) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Louisiana State (Pat Henry) Tenneessee (J.J. Clark) Texas (Bev Kearney) Arizona State (Greg Kraft) Arizona State (Greg Kraft) Tennessee (J.J. Clark) Oregon (Vin Lananna) Oregon (Vin Lananna) Oregon (Vin Lananna) Oregon (Robert Johnson)

Score Oregon 47 x 0 59 — — 34 x 0 31 — — 49 — — 71 — — 61 — — 50 — — 48 x 0 50 — — 49 — — 48 — — 40 — — 52 13th-t 18 49 — — 60 — — 61 28th 4.5 51 38th 5 53 1/2 — — 57 46th 2 62 15th 13 52 — — 46 — — 51 23rd-t 10 38 21st-t 9 51 62nd-t 0.33 42 9th-t 21 61 Champions 67 Champions 49 Champions 56 Champions

Host/Site Pontiac, Mich. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Texas A&M Arkansas Texas A&M Boise State Arkansas

Champion Texas Woman’s Illinois Texas Woman’s Cal State Hayward Texas Women’s Prairie View UCLA Prairie View UCLA Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Tennessee

AIAW Champions 1980 1981

Score 74 39 56 76 64 84 89 60 86 57 67 59 61

Oregon — — — — — — — — 11th 14 34th-t 1 9th 18 19th-t 8 24th-t 6 — — 8th 19 10th-t 19 3rd-t 40

Mile Relay (Melanie Batiste, Rhonda Massey, Leann Warren, Grace Bakari) Leann Warren 800 Meters Leann Warren 1,500 Meters Sally Harmon Javelin

3:37.44 2:06.07 4:15.00 177-10

NCAA Champions 1982 1984 1985 1988 1991 1993 1996 2003 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Leann Warren 1,500 Meters 4:17.90 Claudette Groenendaal 1,500 Meters 4:14.31 Kathy Hayes 10,000 Meters 32:43.81 Claudette Groenendaal 800 Meters 2:01.20 Annette Hand 5,000 Meters 15:38.47 Jill Smith Javelin 180-8 Paula Berry Javelin 188-5 Ashley Selman Javelin 188-5 Kelly Blair Heptathlon 6,034 Melody Fairchild 3,000 Meters-Indoor 9:07.25 Becky Holliday Pole Vault 14-5.5 Rebekah Noble 800 Meters 2:02.07 Rachel Yurkovich Javelin 185-7.5 Rachel Yurkovich Javelin 195-7 Brianne Theisen Heptathlon 6,086 4x400 Meter Relay 3:28.54 (Brianne Theisen, Amber Purvis, Michele Williams, Keshia Baker) Brianne Theisen Heptathlon 6,094 4x400 Meter Relay-Indoor 3:32.97 (Jamesha Youngblood, Keshia Baker, Michele Williams, Amber Purvis) Brianne Theisen Pentathlon-Indoor 4,396 Anne Kesselring 800 Meters 2:02.15 Melissa Gergel Pole Vault 14-7.25/4.45m Jordan Hasay Mile-Indoor 4:33.01 Jordan Hasay 3,000 Meters-Indoor 9:13.71 Brianne Theisen Pentathlon-Indoor 4,540 English Gardner 100 Meters 11.10 4x400 Meter Relay 3:24.54 (English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis) Brianne Theisen Heptathlon 6,440 English Gardner 60 Meters -Indoor 7.12 Brianne Theisen Pentathlon-Indoor 4,536 English Gardner 100 Meters 10.96 4x400 Meter Relay-Indoor 3:30.22 (English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis)

Rachel Yurkovich Two-Time NCAA Champion

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National & Conference Award Winners

Oregon Women’s All-Americans

Bowerman Award Finalists (top 3)

1974

Maryl Barker, 6th, Mile (5:02.8)

1975

Mary Officer, 2nd, Pentathlon (3,620) Lynne Winbigler, 3rd, Discus (147-4) Karen Marshall, 4th, Shot Put (45-2)

1976

Kathi Guiney, Carol Amaral, Dawna Rose, Mary Officer, 4th, 440 Yard Relay (48.24) Mary Officer, 5th, 100m Hurdles (14.54) Karen Marshall, 5th, Shot Put (45-1)

2012

Brianne Theisen

Bowerman Award Semifinalists (top 10) 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013

Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Brianne Theisen English Gardner Brianne Theisen English Gardner

Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Brianne Theisen Brianne Theisen Brianne Theisen

Field Track (Indoor) Field (Indoor) Field (Indoor) Track

USTFCCCA National Coach of the Year 2010 2011 2012 2012 2013

Vin Lananna Robert Johnson Robert Johnson Robert Johnson Robert Johnson

Indoor Track & Field Indoor Track & Field Indoor Track & Field Cross Country Indoor Track & Field

USTFCCCA National Assistant Coach of the Year 2009 2010

Robert Johnson Robert Johnson

Outdoor Track & Field Indoor Track & Field

Terry Crawford Program of the Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon

Penny Graves Annette Hand Penny Graves Liz Wilson Paula Berry Lisa Karnopp Kelly Blair Keshia Baker Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Jordan Hasay English Gardner Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay

1977

Sandy Trowbridge, Robin Baker, Debbie Roth, Ellen Schmidt, 3rd, 2-Mile Relay (8:50.8)

1979

Melanie Batiste, Debbie Adams, Rhonda Massey, Dawna Rose, 2nd, Mile Relay (3:41.76) Jody Parker, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (16:34.3) Katy Mountain, 4th, 3,000 Meters (9:32.8) Molly Morton, 6th, 10,000 Meters (34:28.5)

1980

Melanie Batiste, Rhonda Massey, Leann Warren, Grace Bakari, 1st, Mile Relay (3:34.55) Leann Warren, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:04.91) Grace Bakari, 6th, 400 Meters (53.9)

1981 Leann Warren, 1st, 800 Meters (2:06.07) Leann Warren, 1st, 1,500 Meters (4:15.00) Sally Harmon, 1st, Javelin (177-10) Melanie Batiste, Rhonda Massey, Lena Fritzson, Grace Bakari, 3rd, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:34.13) Melanie Batiste, 6th, 200 Meters (24.01) Lisa O’Dea, 6th, 3,000 Meters (9:29.9) Eryn Forbes, 6th, 5,000 Meters (16:29.52)

NCAA All-Americans 1982

Pac-10/12 Athlete of the Year 1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1991 1993 2010 2010 2010 2011 2012 2012 2012

AIAW All-Americans

USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Year 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012

(Note: Top finishes that did not earn All-America status in italics)

Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Track Field Cross Country Cross Country Track Field Cross Country

Leann Warren, 1st, 1,500 Meters (4:17.90) Kathy Hayes, 2nd, 5,000 Meters (16:22.80) Eryn Forbes, 2nd, 10,000 Meters (33:55.10) Lynda Hughes, 2nd, Javelin (191-9) Leann Warren, 3rd, 800 Meters (2:06.58) Rosa Gutierrez, 3rd, 3,000 Meters (9:30.92) Eryn Forbes, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (16:27.71) Sally Harmon, 3rd, Javelin (186-7) Ranza Clark, 6th, 800 Meters (2:07.57) Kris Costello, 9th, 100 Meter Hurdles (13:90) Claudette Groenendaal, 11th, 1,500 Meters (4:26.03).

Pac-10/12 Newcomer of the Year 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013

Alexandra Kosinski Jordan Hasay English Gardner Allie Woodward Jenna Prandini

Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field

1983

Ranza Clark, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (4:16.23) Kathy Hayes, 2nd, 5,000 Meters (15:53.73) Lisa Martin, 4th, 5,000 Meters (16:07.83) Roz Rouse, 4th, Javelin (170-5) Quenna Beasley, 7th, Shot Put (51-9) Queanna Beasley, 8th, Discus (173-7) Kim Roth, 9th, 1,500 Meters (4:20.20) Lisa Martin, 9th, 10,000 Meters (34:07.02) Ranza Clark, 10th, 800 Meters (2:05.05) Claudette Groenendaal, 12th, 1,500 Meters (4:23.72) Rosa Gutierrez, 12th, 10,000 Meters (34:27.65)

1984

Claudette Groenendaal, 1st, 1,500 Meters (4:14.31) Kathy Hayes, 1st, 10,000 Meters (32:43.81) Claudette Groenendaal, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:03.38) Ranza Clark, 6th, 1,500 Meters (4:16.80) Kim Roth, 9th, 1,500 Meters (4:20.18) Ranza Clark, 7th, 800 Meters (2:03.38) Eryn Forbes, 8th, 5,000 Meters (16:21.45)

1985

Claudette Groenendaal, 1st, 800 Meters (2:01.20) Claudette Groenandaal, 2nd, 1,500 Meters (4:14.34) Leann Warren, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (4:15.28) Kathy Hayes, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (15:42.7) Leann Warren, 4th, 800 Meters (2:02.54) Sally Harmon, 4th, Javelin (176-3) Quenna Beasley, 6th, Shot Put (51-5) Quenna Beasley, 6th, Discus (175-7) Brenda Bushnell, 7th, 3,000 Meters (9:25.87) Kathy Hayes, 5th, 10,000 Meters (33:56.55)

1987

Annette Hand, 2nd, 5,000 Meters (15:47.74) Camille Jampolsky, 2nd, High Jump (6-2) Annette Hand, 4th, 3,000 Meters (9:00.50) Penny Graves, 6th, 5,000 Meters (15:58.01) Jill Smith, 8th, Javelin (159-10).

1988

Annette Hand, 1st, 5,000 Meters (15:38.47) Jill Smith, 1st, Javelin (180-8) Annette Hand, 2nd, 3,000 Meters (8:59.15) Penny Graves, 3rd, 3,000 Meters (9:09.72) Penny Graves, 4th, 5,000 Meters (15:50.41) Camille Jampolsky, 6th, High Jump (6-1) Brooke Allen, 6th, Javelin (171-4) Julie Goodrich, 9th, Long Jump (20-3) Liz Wilson, 11th, 5,000 Meters (16:21.25)

1989

Liz Wilson, 7th, 3,000 Meters (9:41.77) Liz Wilson, 7th, 5,000 Meters (16:44.49) Kim Hyatt, 8th, Javelin (163-8) Stefanie Hunter, 9th, Heptathlon (5,484)

1990

Paula Berry, 2nd, Javelin (174-9) Kim Hyatt, 6th, Javelin (163-8) Stephanie Wessell, 8th, 10,000 Meters (34:15.05)

1991

Paula Berry, 1st, Javelin (188-5) Kelly Blair, 6th, Heptathlon (5,377) Lucy Nusrala, 10th, 5,000 Meters (16:57.54)

Pac-10/12 Coach of the Year 1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1991 1992 1995 2009 2010 2012 2012 2013

Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Tom Heinenon Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Vin Lananna Robert Johnson Robert Johnson

Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field Track & Field Track & Field Cross Country Track & Field

Becky Holliday NCAA Champion

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Brianne Theisen Bowerman Award Finalist


RECORD BOOK 1992

Kim Hyatt, 3rd, Javelin (170-10) Camara Jones, 5th, 400 Meters (52.26)

1993

Ashley Selman,1st, Javelin (188-5) Kelly Blair, 1st, Heptathlon (6,034) Erika Klein, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (4:21.96) Nicole Woodward, 4th, 3,000 Meters (9:26.20) Camara Jones, 5th, 400 Meters (52.18)

1994

Kelly Blair, 2nd, Heptathlon (5,877) Milena Glusac, 10th, 3,000 Meters (9:47.63)

1995

Camara Jones, 3rd, 400 Meters (52.05) Nilka Thomas, Nicole Commissiong, LaReina Woods, Camara Jones, 5th 4x400 Meter Relay (3:33.90) Jenna Carlson, 9th, 3,000 Meters (9:36.89) Kelsey Stellick, 9th, Javelin (159-5)

1996

Milena Glusac, 6th, 3,000 Meters (9:22.31) Niamh Zwagerman, 7th, 10,000 Meters (34:23.15) Melody Fairchild, 9th, 10,000 Meters (34:25.10) Melody Fairchild, 1st, 3,000 Meters (9:07.25) - Indoors Milena Glusac, 2nd, 3,000 Meters (9:13.31) - Indoors

1997

Kaarin Knudson, 6th, 800 Meters (2:06.93) Marie Davis, 8th, 3,000 Meters (9:18.98) Jennifer Thomas, 11th, Heptathlon (5,306)

1998

Marie Davis, 5th, 3,000 Meters (9:25.74) Jennifer Thomas, 6th, Heptathlon (5,385) Karis Howell, 10th, Javelin (168-11)

1999

Niki Reed, 5th, Pole Vault (12-9.5) Karina Elstrom, 5th, Pole Vault (12-7.5) - Indoors Kaarin Knudson, 8th, Mile (4:43.88) - Indoors

2000

Katie Crabb, 7th, 1,500 Meters (4:19.30) Karis Howell, 7th, Javelin (168-1) Mary Etter, 8th, Discus (166-11) Niki Reed, 4th, Pole Vault (13-5.25) - Indoors Marie Davis, 9th, 3,000 Meters (9:27.05) - Indoors

2001

Sarah Malone, 7th, Javelin (164-9) Katie Crabb, 9th, Mile (4:46.90) - Indoors

2002

Becky Holliday, 3rd, Pole Vault (13-5.25) Roslyn Lundeen, 7th, Javelin (165-4) Mary Etter, 8th, Discus (173-2) Elisa Crumley, 12th, Javelin (157-4) Becky Holliday, 7th, Pole Vault (13-7.25) - Indoors

2003

Becky Holliday, 1st, Pole Vault (14-5.5) Niki McEwen, 5th, Pole Vault (13-5.25) Roslyn Lundeen, 8th, Javelin (159-0) Becky Holliday, 2nd, Pole Vault (14-3.25) - Indoors Niki McEwen, 4th, Pole Vault (13-11.25) - Indoors

2004

Sarah Malone, 3rd, Javelin (178-1)

2005

Sarah Malone, 2nd, Javelin (169-4)

2006

Rebekah Noble, 1st, 800 Meters (2:02.07) Brittany Hinchcliffe, 3rd, Hammer (212-3) Britney Henry, 6th, Hammer (208-7) Rachel Yurkovich, 7th, Javelin (165-2) Rebekah Noble, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:05.72) - Indoors Amber McGown, Irie Searcy, Sara Schaaf, Dana Buchanan, 7th, Distance Medley Relay (11:18.89) - Indoors

2007

Britney Henry, 5th, Hammer (214-9) Rachel Yurkovich, 5th, Javelin (170-0) Rebekah Noble, 8th, 800 Meters (2:04.79) Rebekah Noble, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:04.70) - Indoors Britney Henry, 8th, Weight Throw (66-7) - Indoors Lauryn Jordan, 9th, Long Jump (20-1.5) - Indoors

2008

Rachel Yurkovich, 1st, Javelin (185-7.5) Nicole Blood, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (15:49.22) Zoe Buckman, 4th, 800 Meters (2:04.69) Brianne Theisen, 4th, Heptathlon (5,710) Melissa Gergel, 8th, Pole Vault (13-1.5) Melissa Gergel, t8th, Pole Vault (13-5.25) - Indoors

2009

Rachel Yurkovich, 1st, Javelin (195-7) Brianne Theisen, 1st, Heptathlon (6,086) Nicole Blood, 2nd, 5,000 Meters (16:26.58) Jamesha Youngblood, 3rd, Long Jump (21-5.5) Keshia Baker, 5th, 400 Meters (51.29) Kalindra McFadden, 6th, Heptathlon (5,683) Mattie Bridgmon, 7th, 10,000 Meters (34:18.20) Brianne Theisen, 3rd, Pentathlon (4,321) - Indoors Jamesha Youngblood, 5th, Long Jump (21-1.25) - Indoors Keshia Baker, 6th, 400 Meters (53.39) - Indoors Nicole Blood, 6th, 3,000 Meters (9:15.84) - Indoors Nicole Blood, Amber Purvis, Zoe Buckman, Alexandra Kosinski, 6th, Distance Medley Relay (11:02.81) - Indoors Melissa Gergel, t-6th, Pole Vault (13-7.25) - Indoors Kalindra McFadden, 9th, Pentathlon (4,088) - Indoors Nicole Blood, 12th, Mile (4:42.88) - Indoors

2010 Brianne Theisen, Amber Purvis, Michele Williams, Keshia Baker, 1st, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:28.54) Brianne Theisen, 1st, Heptathlon (6,094) Jordan Hasay, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (4:16.43) Alexandra Kosinski, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (16:02.90) Nicole Blood, 3rd, 10,000 Meters (33:22.62) Mandy White, Amber Purvis, Keshia Baker, Jamesha Youngblood, 3rd, 4x100 Meter Relay (43.72) Keshia Baker, 4th, 400 Meters (52.34) Jamesha Youngblood, 4th, Long Jump (21-3.25) Anne Kesselring, 6th, 800 Meters (2:05.41) Mandy White, 10th, 100 Meters (11.42) Melissa Gergel, 10th, Pole Vault (13-9.25) Alexandra Kosinski, 11th, 1,500 Meters (4:20.93) Jamesha Youngblood, Keshia Baker, Michele Williams, Amber Purvis, 1st, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:32.97) - Indoors Brianne Theisen, 1st, Pentathlon (4,396) - Indoors Keshia Baker, 2nd, 400 Meters (52.56) - Indoors Anne Kesselring, Michele Williams, Zoe Buckman, Jordan Hasay, 2nd, Distance Medley Relay (10:58.96) - Indoors Melissa Gergel, 2nd, Pole Vault (14-7.25) - Indoors Amber Purvis, 4th, 200 Meters (23.21) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 4th, Mile (4:38.29) - Indoors Nicole Blood, 5th, 3,000 Meters (9:11.23) - Indoors Anne Kesselring, 6th, Mile (4:40.39) - Indoors Amber Purvis, 10th, 60 Meters (7.31) - Indoors Mattie Bridgmon, 15th, 5,000 Meters (16:51.48) - Indoors 2011 Anne Kesselring, 1st, 800 Meters (2:02.15) Melissa Gergel, 1st, Pole Vault (14-7.25) Michele Williams, Chizoba Okodogbe, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler, 3rd, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:28.18) Jamesha Youngblood, 3rd, Long Jump (21-7.5) Jordan Hasay, 4th, 5,000 Meters (15:41.00) Becca Friday, 5th, 1,500 Meters (4:16.76) English Gardner, 7th, 100 Meters (11.25) Jordan Hasay, 8th, 1,500 Meters (4:17.67) Claire Michel, 8th, Steeplechase (10:10.27) 2 Laura Roesler, 10th, 800 Meters (2:05.29) 2 Lanie Thompson, 13th, Steeplechase (10:28.21) 2 Bronwyn Crossman, 15th, 10,000 Meters (35:25.12) 2 Chizoba Okodogbe, 16th, 400 Meters (53.30) Jordan Hasay, 1st Mile (4:33.01) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 1st 3,000 Meters (9:13.71) - Indoors Brianne Theisen, 1st Pentathlon (4,540) - Indoors Anne Kesselring, Chizoba Okodogbe, Becca Friday, Jordan Hasay, 2nd, Distance Medley Relay (10:52.90) - Indoors Zoe Buckman, 3rd, Mile (4:35.47) - Indoors Jamesha Youngblood, 3rd, Long Jump (20-11.75) - Indoors Anne Kesselring, 4th, Mile (4:36.41) - Indoors Melissa Gergel, 4th, Pole Vault (14-3.25) - Indoors Amber Purvis, 5th, 60 Meters (7.22) - Indoors Amber Purvis, 7th, 200 Meters (23.26) - Indoors Chizoba Okodogbe, Brianne Theisen, Amber Purvis, Laura Roesler, 8th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:34.98) - Indoors 2 Laura Roesler, 11th, 800 Meters (2:07.16) - Indoors

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2012 English Gardner, 1st 100 Meters (11.10) English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis, 1st, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:24.54) Brianne Theisen, 1st, Heptathlon (6,440) Jordan Hasay, 3rd, 1,500 Meters (4:14.03) Laura Roesler, 4th, 800 Meters (2:02.96) Phyllis Francis, English Gardner, Lauryn Newson, Amber Purvis, 4th, 4x100 Meter Relay (43.58) Phyllis Francis, 5th, 400 Meters (51.79) Anne Kesselring, 5th, 800 Meters (2:03.41) Allie Woodward, 5th, 10,000 Meters (32:56.94) Lanie Thompson, 6th, Steeplechase (10:07.18) Alex Kosinski, 8th, 5,000 Meters (16:24.42) 2 Becca Friday, 9th, 1,500 Meters (4:16.38) 2 Kimber Mattox, 9th, Steeplechase (10:15.16) 2 Lauryn Newson, 11th, Triple Jump (42-9.75) 2 Allie Woodward, 13th, 5,000 Meters (16:43.92) English Gardner, 1st, 60 Meters (7.12) - Indoors Brianne Theisen, 1st, Pentathlon (4,536) - Indoors Becca Friday, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Anne Kesselring, 2nd, Distance Medley Relay (11:05.85) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 3rd, Mile (4:40.09) - Indoors Phyllis Francis, 4th, 400 Meters (53.01) - Indoors Becca Friday, 4th, Mile (4:40.24) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 4th, 3,000 Meters (9:16.42) - Indoors 2 Anne Kesselring, 10th, Mile (4:47.66) - Indoors 2 Amber Purvis, Laura Roesler, Chizoba Okodogbe, Phyllis Francis, 10th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:36.52) - Indoors 2 Alex Kosinski, 14th, 5,000 Meters (16:38.61) - Indoors 2 Bronwyn Crossman, 15th, 5,000 Meters (16:46.14) - Indoors 2 Laura Roesler, 16th, 800 Meters (2:10.62) - Indoors 2013 English Gardner, 1st, 100 Meters (10.96) Laura Roesler, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:00.98) Phyllis Francis, 3rd, 400 Meters (50.86) Jordan Hasay, 3rd, 5,000 Meters (15:50.78) Phyllis Francis, English Gardner, Jenna Prandini, Chizoba Okodogbe, 4th, 4x100 Meter Relay (43.80) Jenna Prandini, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis, 4th, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:28.24) Jenna Prandini, 7th, 100 Meters ( 11.43) Elizabeth Brenner, 8th, Javelin (168-9) 2 Chizoba Okodogbe, 12th 400 Meters (52.57) 2 Becca Friday, 11th, 1,500 Meters (4:20.85) 2 Anne Kesselring, 12th, 1,500 Meters (4:28.17) 2 Megan Patrignelli, 13th, Steeplechase (10:09.83) English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe, Laura Roesler, Phyllis Francis, 1st, 4x400 Meter Relay (3:30.22) - Indoors English Gardner, 2nd, 60 Meters (7.15) - Indoors Laura Roesler, 2nd, 800 Meters (2:02.32) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 2nd, 3,000 Meters (9:06.61) - Indoors Phyllis Francis, 4th, 400 Meters (52.01) - Indoors Jordan Hasay, 4th, 5,000 Meters (15:40.30) - Indoors Jenna Prandini, 5th, 60 Meters (7.38) - Indoors Becca Friday, 6th, Mile (4:39.23) - Indoors Alexi Pappas, 6th, 5,000 Meters (15:47.13) - Indoors Alexi Pappas, 8th, 3,000 Meters (9:12.38) - Indoors Anne Kesselring, 10th, Mile (4:50.77) - Indoors Annie Leblanc, Chizoba Okodogbe, Becca Friday, Anne Kesselring, 8th, Distance Medley Relay (11:02.15) - Indoors 2 Katie Conlon, 16th, 5,000 Meters (16:46.53) - Indoors 2

Second team selection (all others first team)


RECORD BOOK

Oregon Women’s Record Holders and Olympians American Record Holders 1977 1993 2001

Lynne Winbigler Annette (Hand) Peters Lisa (Karnopp) Nye

Olympic Team Members 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 1996 2000 2012

Lynne Winbigler Grace Bakari (GHA) Lynne Winbigler Grace Bakari (GHA) Ranza Clark (CAN) Lisa Martin (AUS) Lynda (Hughes) Sutfin Trish King Cathy (Schiro) O’Brien Lynda (Hughes) Sutfin Lisa Martin (AUS) Paula Berry Cathy (Schiro) O’Brien Annette (Hand) Peters Lisa (Martin) Ondieki (AUS) Kelly Blair Kelly Blair Keshia Baker (ran semis) Becky Holliday Rachel Yurkovich Zoe Buckman (AUS) Brianne Theisen (CAN)

Discus 5,000 Meters Steeplechase

Discus 4x400 Meter Relay Discus 4x400 Meter Relay 800 Meters Marathon Javelin High Jump Marathon Javelin Marathon Javelin Marathon 3,000 Meters Marathon Heptathlon Heptathlon 4x400 Meter Relay Pole Vault Javelin 1,500 Meters Heptathlon

National AAU/TAC/U.S.A. Champions 1976 1978 1979 1982 1985 1986 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 2013

Lynne Winbigler Lynne Winbigler Lynne Winbigler Lynda Hughes Claudette Groenendaal Claudette Groenendaal Annette Peters Annette Peters Annette Peters Kelly Blair Kelly Blair Kelly Blair English Gardner

Discus Discus Discus Javelin 800 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters 3,000 Meters 3,000 Meters Heptathlon Heptathlon Heptathlon 100 Meters

World Championships Qualifiers 1991 Annette Peters 1993 Paula Berry Annette Peters 1995 Camara Jones Kelly Blair 1997 Kelly Blair Annette Peters Melody Fairchild 2001 Rosa Gutierrez 2003 Becky Holliday 2009 Rachel Yurkovich Brianne Theisen (CAN) 2011 Keshia Baker (ran semis) Rachel Yurkovich 2013 Brianne Theisen (CAN) English Gardner Zoe Buckman (AUS) Jordan Hasay Becky Holliday

3,000 Meters Javelin 3,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay Heptathlon Heptathlon 10,000 Meters 5,000 Meters Marathon Pole Vault Javelin Heptathlon 4x400 Meter Relay Javelin Heptathlon 100 Meters 4x100 Meter Relay 1,500 Meters 10,000 Meters Pole Vault

National Cross Country Champions 1990 1991 1993 1994 1996

Melody Fairchild Melody Fairchild Annette Peters Lucy Nusrala Lucy Nusrala

Junior 4,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters

Oregon All-Americans By Event (242)

187-2 14:56.07 9:49:41

154-0

3:40.38 2:04.67 (Semis) 2:29.03 (7th) 183-5 6-0.5 2:41.04 184-1 2:25.53 (2nd) 160-9 2:39.42 (9th) 8:52.77 (Semis) DNF 6,307 (8th) DNC 3:16.99 (1st) 14-7.25/4.45m (9th) 190-0/57.92m 4:05.03 (Semis) 6,383 (11th)

Eryn Forbes Kathy Hayes Annette Hand (Peters) Melody Fairchild Melody Fairchild Annette Peters Annette Peters Lisa Karnopp

Senior 5,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters

5 1 9 17 18 13 20 10 5 3 8 2 7 4 1 2 4 3 28 11

14

174-10 178-6 189-5 202-3 1:59.48 1:59.79 4:11.53 8:48.59 9:01.69 6,406 6,465 6,402 10.85

13 12 11 10 9 8 7

8:44.20 (8th) 190-1 (16-q) 8:45.56 (10th) 3:22.39 (1st) 6,229 (10th) 6,253 (10th) 32:43.38 (13th) 15:42.66 (15th-q) 2:49.08 (41st) 13-7.25 (19th-q) 167-9 (12th) 5,494 (15th) 3:18.09 (1st) 193-0 (9th-p) 6,530 (2nd) 10.97 (4th) 42.75 (2nd) 4:05.07 (7th) 32:17.93 (12th) 14-7.25 (13th-q)

5 4

1993 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2006 2013

12:42 14:06 20:27 20:40 21:57

19:04 (54th) 15:54 (16th) 23:22 (25th) 14:37 (12th) 14:30 (3rd) 21:10 (19th) 22:13 (30th) 23:10 (89th)

189 188

Indoor Events (71) 60 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay Pole Vault Long Jump 20-lb. Weight Throw Pentathlon

5 2 4 5 13 9 6 4 6 9 2 1 5

Multi All-America Award Winners Outdoors, unless otherwise indicated

World Cross Country Championships Qualifiers 1977 1985 1989 1990 1991 1992

Outdoor Events (171) 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Steeplechase 4x100 Meter Relay 4x400 Meter Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

3 Laura Roesler (6 outdoor, 7 indoor) Anne Kesselring (4 outdoor, 8 indoor) Chizoba Okodogbe (6 outdoor, 6 indoor) Phyllis Francis (7 outdoor, 4 indoor) Amber Purvis (3 outdoor, 8 indoor) Brianne Theisen (5 outdoor, 5 indoor) 2 English Gardner (6 outdoor, 3 indoor) Becca Friday (3 outdoor, 5 indoor) Leann Warren Keshia Baker (4 outdoor, 3 indoor) Nicole Blood (3 outdoor, 4 indoor) Melissa Gergel (3 outdoor, 4 indoor) Jamesha Youngblood (4 outdoor, 3 indoor) Kathy Hayes Alexandra Kosinski (3 outdoor, 2 indoor) Melanie Batiste Queena Beasley Zoe Buckman (1 outdoor, 3 indoor) Claudette Gronendaal Annette Hand Becky Holiday (2 outdoor, 2 indoor) Kim Hyatt Camara Jones Niki (Reed) McEwen (2 outdoor, 2 indoor) Rebekah Noble (2 outdoor, 2 indoor) Jenna Prandini (3 outdoor, 1 indoor) Michele Williams (2 outdoor, 2 indoor) Rachel Yurkovich Jordan Hasay (5 outdoor, 9 indoor)

Marie Davis Annette Peters Lucy Nusrala Liz Wilson Liz Wilson Marie Davis Liz Wilson Lucy Nusrala Liz Wilson Tara Struyk (CAN) Tara Struyk (CAN) Lisa (Karnopp) Nye Annette Peters Milena Glusac Nicole Blood Mattie (Bridgmon) Suver

Kelly Blair Ranza Clark Erin Forbes Milena Glusac (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Penny Graves Sally Harmon Britney Henry (2 outdoor, 1 indoor) Sarah Malone Rhonda Massey Liz Wilson Grace Bakari Paula Berry Mattie Bridgmon (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Katie Crabb (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Bronwyn Crossman (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Marie Davis (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Mary Etter Melody Fairchild (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Karis Howell Camille Jampolsky Kaarin Knudson (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Roslyn Lundeen Lisa (O’Dea) Martin Kalindra McFadden (1 outdoor, 1 indoor) Lauryn Newson Alexi Pappas (0 outdoor, 2 indoor) Jennifer Thomas Lanie Thompson Mandy White Allie Woodward

Junior 4,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 6,000 Meters Senior 8,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Junior 4,000 Meters Senior 4,000 Meters Senior 8,000 Meters Senior 8,000 Meters Junior 8,000 Meters Senior 8,000 Meters

16:17 (86th) 20:37 (21st) 21:40 (39th) 21:48 (55th) 21:50 (62nd) 14:45 (37th) 21:49 (48th) 24:31 (116th) 27:23 (30th) 22:06 (65th) 24:03 (61st) 16:13 (47th) 31:19 (53rd) 28:18 (23rd) 21:28 (39th) 25:41 (26th)


RECORD BOOK

Women’s Conference Results & Champions NorPac Conference Results 1983 1984 1985 1986

1-Oregon 215; 2-Washington 105; 3-California 90; 4-Oregon State 56; 5-Fresno State 48; 6-Washington State28. 1-Oregon 148; 2-Washington 114; 3-California 97; 4-Washington State, 82; 5-Fresno State 75; 6-Oregon State 61. 1-Oregon 156; 2-Washington State 133; 3-Washington 127; 4-California, 75; 5-Fresno State 61; 6-Oregon State 27. 1-Oregon 156; 2-Washington State 126.5; 3-California 114; 4-Washington, 96; 5-Fresno State 46.5, 6-Oregon State 46.

Pacific-10 Championships Results 1987

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

1-UCLA 121; 2-USC 107; 3-Oregon 85.5; 4-Arizona 60; 5-Washington State 55; 6-Washington 49; 7-California 40.5; 8-Arizona State 35.5; 9-Stanford 30; 10-Oregon State 5.5. 1-UCLA 143; 2-Oregon 106; 3-Arizona State 84;4-USC 82; 5-Washington 47; 6-Stanford 41; 7-Arizona 38; 8-California, 30; 9-Washington State 24; 10-Oregon State 4. 1-UCLA, 161; 2-Oregon 100; 3-Arizona, 79; 4-USC, 67; 5-Washington State 52.33; 6-Washington 44; 7-Stanford 42.23; 8-California, 41. 1-UCLA 116; 2-Oregon 103; 3-Arizona State 73; 4-California 71; 5-Washington 66; 6-Stanford 51; 7-Washington State 50; 8-Arizona 38; 9-USC 21. 1-Oregon 130.5; 2-UCLA 112.5; 3-Arizona State 81; 4-Arizona 54; 4-Stanford 54; 6-Washington 52; 7-Washington State 39; 8-California 35; 9-USC 31. 1-Oregon 123; 2-Arizona 90; 3-USC 87; 4-Arizona State 69; 5-Washington State 58; 6-UCLA, 57; 7-Stanford 48; 8-Washington 33; 9-California 22. 1-UCLA, 146; 2-Oregon 119; 3-Arizona State194; 4-Arizona, 71; 5-USC 44; 6-Washington State 38; 7-Washington 24; 8-Stanford 23; 9-California, 20. 1-UCLA 127; 2-Arizona State; 3-Arizona 96; 4-USC 53; 5-Oregon 51; 6-Washington 49; 7-Stanford 42; 8-Washington State 34; 9-California 23. 1-UCLA 149; 2-Oregon 123; 3-California 81; 4-Washington 79; 5-Arizona State 78; 6-Stanford 76; 7-Arizona 72; 8-USC 67; 9-Washington State 15. 1-USC 151; 2-Oregon 144; 3-UCLA 117; 4-Washington 77; 5-Stanford 69; 6-California 67; 7-Washington State 56; 8-Arizona State 51; 9-Arizona 48. 1-UCLA 189.5; 2-USC 134.5; 3-Stanford 110; 4-Arizona 87; 5-Oregon 68; 6-Washington State 66; 7-California 64; 8-Washington 59. 1-UCLA 174; 2-Stanford 136; 3-USC 121; 4-Washington 94; 5- Oregon 84; 6-Washington State 76.5; 7-Arizona State 61; 8-Arizona 46.5; 9-California 21. 1-UCLA 160.5; 2-USC 140; 3-Washington State 123;4-Stanford 122.5; 5-Oregon 64; 6-Arizona 62; 7-Washington 56; 8-Arizona State 45; 9-California 41. 1-UCLA 167.5; 2-USC 161; 3-Stanford 114; 4-Washington State 86; 5-Arizona State 75; 6-Arizona 65; 7-Washington 58; 8-California 54.5; 9-Oregon 37. 1-UCLA 155; 2-USC 153; 3-Stanford 120.5;4-Washington State 101.5; 5-Arizona State 89; 6-Arizona 77; 7-California 54; 8-Oregon 35; 9-Washington 33. 1-UCLA 160; 2-USC 157; 3-Stanford 121; 4-Arizona State 89; 5-Washington State 85; 6-Oregon 67; 7-Arizona 59; 8-California 44; 9-Washington 36. 1-UCLA 155; 2-Stanford 140; 3-Arizona State 109; 4-USC 101; 5-Washington State 87; 6-Washington 64; 7-Oregon 60; 8-Arizona 58; 9-California 40. 1-UCLA 174.5; 2-Stanford 153; 3-USC 111; 4-Arizona State 97; 5-California 68; 6-Washington 66; 7-Oregon 58; 8-Washington State 45.5; 9-Arizona 45. 1-Stanford 173; 2-UCLA 125; 3-Arizona State 118; 4-USC 99; 5-California 82; 6-Washington State 74.5; 7-Oregon 68; 8-Washington 42.5; 9-Arizona 36. 1-Arizona State 154; 2-Stanford 151.5; 3-USC 112; 4-UCLA 103; 5-Oregon 97; 6-California 76.5 7-Washington 41; 8-Washington State 40; 9-Arizona 37; 10-Oregon State 4. 1-Arizona State 158; 2-Stanford 134.33; 3-UCLA 118.5; 4-USC 113; 5-Washington State 67.83; 6-Arizona 62; 7-Oregon 61; 8-California 54.33; 9-Washington 49. 1-Arizona State 186.5; 2-Stanford 117; 3-Oregon 100; 4-USC 91; 5-UCLA 80; t6Washington State 71.5; t6-California 71.5; 8-Arizona 65; 9-Washington 32.5. 1-Oregon 165.5; 2-Stanford 138; 3-Arizona State 112; 4-USC, 108; 5-UCLA 79.50; 6-Washington 63; 7-California 58; 8-Arizona 49; 9-Washington State 44. 1-Oregon 215; 2-Arizona 109; 3-Arizona State 89.5; 4-USC 89; 5-Stanford 88; 6-UCLA 71.5; 7-California 55.5; 8- Washington State 52; 9-Washington 47.5. 1-Oregon 154.5; 2-Arizona 150; 3-Arizona State 121; 4-USC 103; 5-Stanford 97; 6-UCLA 51.5; 7-Washington State 49; 8-California 42; 9-Washington 37; 10-Oregon State 12.

Quenna Beasley NCAA All-American

Pacific-12 Championships Results 2012

2013

1-Oregon 200.5; 2-Stanford 123.5; 3-Arizona 94.5; 4-USC 91; 5-Arizona State 85; 6-Washington 54; 7-Colorado 49; 8-UCLA 47.5; 9-Washington State 27; t-10 California 21; t10-Utah 21; 12-Oregon State 3. 1-Oregon 139; 2-Arizona 123; 3-Arizona State 110.33; 4-UCLA 87.33; 5-Stanford 86.5; 6-USC 81; 7-Washington 55.33; 8-Washington State 42; 9-California 41.5; 10-Colorado 32; 11-Utah 14; 12-Oregon State 6.

NorPac Conference Champions

1983 1984 1985 1986

Ranza Clark, 800 Meters Kathy Hayes, 3,000 Meters Lisa Martin, 5,000 Meters Rosa Gutierrez, 10,000 Meters Lexie Miller Beck, 400 Meter Hurdles 4x400 Meter Relay (Lisa Nicholson, Ranza Clark, Lexie Miller Beck, Sharon Johnson) Quenna Beasley, Shot Put Quenna Beasley, Discus Claudette Groenendaal, 800 Meters Kathy Hayes, 10,000 Meters Janell Thorsland, 100 Meter Hurdles Lisa Nicholson, 400 Meter Hurdles Brenda Bushnell, 1,500 Meters Brenda Bushnell, 3,000 Meters Kim Ryan, 5,000 Meters Sally Harmon, Javelin Kim Roth, 3,000 Meters Brenda Bushnell, 1,500 Meters Suzy Setterholm, 400 Meters

Pac-10 Conference Champions

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Penny Graves, 1,500 Meters Annette Hand, 3,000 Meters Annette Hand, 5,000 Meters Annette Hand, 1,500 Meters Annette Hand, 3,000 Meters Penny Graves, 5,000 Meters Camille Jampolsky, High Jump Rosie Williams, 200 Meters Phillis McKinney, Triple Jump Liz Wilson, 3,000 Meters Stephanie Wessell, 10,000 Meters Paula Berry, Javelin Stephanie Wessell, 5,000 Meters Stephanie Wessell, 10,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (Camara Jones, Erika Klein, Kim Hutson, Rosie Williams) Paula Berry, Javelin Camara Jones, 400 Meters Lucy Nusrala, 3,000 Meters Nicole Woodward, 5,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (Tyrza Hunt, Erika Klein, Lisa Bedwell, Camara Jones) Kim Hyatt, Javelin LaReina Woods, 100 Meters Camara Jones, 400 Meters 4x100 Meter Relay (LaReina Woods, Camara Jones, Lisa Bedwell, Jamila Godfrey) Ashley Selman, Javelin Kelly Blair, Heptathlon Kelly Blair, Long Jump Kelly Blair, Heptathlon

Ranza Clark NCAA All-American

189

Milena Glusac NCAA All-American

2:09.15 9:13.44 16:25.52 34:45.34 57.6 3:47.95 50-2 173-3 2:02.99 33:41.9 13.90 1:01.57 4:25.86 9:36.08 16:57.79 186-5 10:04.50 4:25.04 55.00

4:18.57 9:13.86 16:03.46 4:17.20 9:10.84 16:21.34 6-2.75 23.61 41-4.25 9:26.19 34:25.42 178-1 16:46.88 34:57.27 3:39.15 193-8 52.74 9:23.54 17:01.20 3:39.35 170-6 11.58 51.55 44.76 175-2 5,989 20-0.5 5,025


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Women’s Conference Results & Champions, continued 1995 1996 1998 1999 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Camara Jones, 400 Meters Kelsey Stellick, Javelin Melody Fairchild, 10,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (Sue Morris, Letisha Henes, Jamila Godfrey, Nicole Commissiong) Tonia Brewer, Javelin Karis Howell, Javelin Marie Davis, 3,000 Meters Becky Holliday, Pole Vault Sarah Malone, Javelin Rebekah Noble, 800 Meters Rachel Yurkovich, Javelin Britney Henry, Hammer Rachel Yurkovich, Javelin Keshia Baker, 400 Meters Nicole Blood, 5,000 Meters Rachel Yurkovich, Javelin Keshia Baker, 400 Meters Zoe Buckman, 800 Meters Melissa Gergel, Pole Vault Jamesha Youngblood, Long Jump Jamesha Youngblood, Triple Jump Rachel Yurkovich, Javelin Brianne Theisen, Heptathlon Amber Purvis, 100 Meters Amber Purvis, 200 Meters Keshia Baker, 400 Meters Anne Kesselring, 800 Meters Zoe Buckman, 1,500 Meters Nicole Blood, 5,000 Meters Nicole Blood, 10,000 Meters Claire Michel, 3,000 Meter Steeplechase 4x100 Meter Relay (Mandy White, Amber Purvis, Keshia Baker, Jamesha Youngblood) Jamesha Youngblood, Long Jump Jamesha Youngblood, Triple Jump Brianne Theisen, Heptathlon English Gardner, 100 Meters Jordan Hasay, 1,500 Meters Jordan Hasay, 5,000 Meters 4x400 Meter Relay (Chizoba Okodogbe, Amber Purvis, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler)

Pac-12 Conference Champions

2012 2013

English Gardner, 100 Meters English Gardner, 200 Meters Phyllis Francis, 400 Meters Laura Roesler, 800 Meters Jordan Hasay, 1,500 Meters Alex Kosinski, 10,000 Meters 4x100 Meter Relay (Phyllis Francis, English Gardner, Lauryn Newson, Amber Purvis) Lauryn Newson, Triple Jump Brianne Theisen, Heptathlon Jenna Prandini, 100 Meters English Gardner, 200 Meters Phyllis Francis, 400 Meters Laura Roesler, 800 Meters 4x100 Meter Relay (Phyllis Francis, Jenna Prandini, English Gardner, Chizoba Okodogbe)

Jordan Hasay NCAA Champion

51.44 159-3 34:07.86 3:36.79 149-11 173-1 9:38.8 14-6 170-9 2:05.81 166-3 217-10 174-11 53.27 16:33.70 184-00 51.74 2:05.39 14-2 21-1.25 43-2.25 191-2 5,986 11.38 23.14 50.76 2:04.36 4:15.95 16:06.74 33:28.38 10:11.70 43.27 21-9 43-7.75 5,917 11.03 4:19.18 16:24.10 3:29.63

11.00w 22.82 52.05 2:05.13 4:13.28 34:19.67 43.72 43-4.25 6,353 11.46 22.62 51.57 2:06.51 43.81

Oregon Conference Champions Listed by Event (91) 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 100 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles 3,000 Meter Steeplechase

All-Time Pac-10/12 Rankings 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters Steeplechase 4x100 Meter Relay 4x400 Meter Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Hammer Javelin (new) Javelin (old) Heptathlon

Anne Kesselring NCAA Champion

191 190

5 4 9 7 7 8 9 7 1 2 1

4x100 Meter Relay 4x400 Meter Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

English Gardner English Gardner Amber Purvis Phyllia Francis Keshia Baker Phyllis Francis Camara Jones Laura Roesler Rebekah Noble Anne Kesselring Zoe Buckman Jordan Hasay Jordan Hasay Annette Hand Melody Fairchild Annette Hand Jordan Hasay Allie Woodward Lanie Thompson Claire Michel Kimber Mattox (White, Purvis, Baker, Youngblood) (P. Francis, Gardner, Newson, Purvis) (Gardner, Okodogbe, Roesler, P. Francis) (Gardner, Okodogbe, Roesler, P. Francis) (Prandini, Okodogbe, Roesler, P. Francis) (Williams, Okodogbe, Francis, Roesler) (Theisen, Purvis, Williams, Baker) Camille Jampolsky Becky Holliday Melissa Gergel Jamesha Youngblood Lauryn Newson Britney Henry Rachel Yurkovich Sarah Malone Paula Berry Jill Smith Brianne Theisen Kelly Blair

4 5 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 12 5

1st, 10.96, 2013 3rd, 22.62, 2013 9th, 22.74, 2011 t10th, 22.77, 2013 3rd, 50.76, 2010 4th, 50.86, 2013 6th, 51.44, 1995 4th, 2:00.23, 2012 7th, 2:02.07, 2006 8th, 2:02.15, 2011 10th, 2:02.50, 2008 4th, 4:10.28, 2011 2nd, 8:57.46-i, 2013 3rd, 8:59.15, 1988 10th 9:07.25-i, 1996 10th, 15:34.55, 1988 1st, 32:06.64, 2013 9th, 32:56.94, 2012 6th, 9:59.90, 2012 9th, 10:02.55, 2011 10th, 10:06.58, 2012 3rd, 43.27, 2010 4th, 43.32, 2012 1st, 3:24.54, 2012 2nd, 3:26.73, 2013 5th, 3:28.15, 2013 6th, 3:28.18, 2011 7th, 3:28.54, 2010 t9th, 6-2.75, 1988 4th, 14-8, 2003 t5th, 14-7.25, 2011 8th, 21-9, 2010 7th, 44-4.25, 2012 6th, 221-7, 2006 1st, 195-7, 2008 3rd, 186-10, 2005 1st, 202-1, 1991 6th, 187-7, 1989 1st, 6,440, 2012 6th, 6,038, 1993

Melissa Gergel NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK

Women’s University Honors Bill Bowerman Award

Presented for outstanding career achievement in track and field. 2009 2010 2012 2013

Rachel Yurkovich Keshia Baker Brianne Theisen English Gardner Jordan Hasay

Mary Officer Award

Awarded annually to an athlete for her great contribution to the team. 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Leann Warren Leann Warren Leann Warren Quenna Beasley Tracy Raade Quenna Beasley Janell Thorsland Stefanie Hunter Camille Jampolsky Phillis McKinney Kamala Kohlmeier Rosie Williams LaReina Woods Kelly Blair Kelly Blair LaReina Woods LaReina Woods Jennifer Thomas Jennifer Thomas Marie Davis Mary Etter Mary Etter Mary Etter Mary Etter Abby Andrus Lauryn Jordan Lauryn Jordan Rachel Yurkovich Rachel Yurkovich Brianne Theisen Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Brianne Theisen English Gardner Anne Kesselring

Lynne Winbigler Performer of the Year Award

Presented in recognition of outstanding athletic achievement. 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Lynda Hughes Kathy Hayes Kathy Hayes Kathy Hayes Claudette Groenendaal Cora Aguilar Annette Hand Camille Jampolsky Annette Hand Rosie Williams Liz Wilson Paula Berry Paula Berry

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Camara Jones Kelly Blair Ashley Selman Kelly Blair Camara Jones Milena Glusac Kaarin Knudson Marie Davis Niki Reed Katie Crabb Karis Howell Sarah Malone Becky Holliday Becky Holliday Sarah Malone Sarah Malone Rebekah Noble Rebekah Noble Nicole Blood Keshia Baker Jamesha Youngblood Nicole Blood Amber Purvis Amber Purvis Jordan Hasay Lauryn Newson Phyllis Francis Laura Roesler

Harry Ritchie Award

Awarded to the team’s most inspirational athlete. 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Dawna Rose Patti Kearney Lexie Miller Kathy Hayes Lexie Miller Beck Claudette Groenendaal Leann Warren Kim Roth Penny Graves Penny Graves Stefanie Hunter Liz Wilson Paula Berry Kim Hyatt Ashley Selman Kelly Blair Kelsey Stellick Nicole Commissiong Kaarin Knudson Marie Davis Kaarin Knudson Tish Henes Annie Ebiner Jenny Kenyon Rachael Kriz Janette Davis Sofie Abildtrup Sofie Abildtrup Britney Henry Rachel Yurkovich Britney Henry Keshia Baker Melissa Gergel Kalindra McFadden Melissa Gergel Jamesha Youngblood Anne Kesselring Jamesha Youngblood Phyllis Francis Alex Kosinski Becca Friday

Coaches’ Award

Recognizes athletic achievement, dedication, and determination. 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Julie Goodrich Jill Smith Kim Hyatt Stephanie Wessell Lucy Nusrala Kim Carlisle Erika Klein Camara Jones Kelsey Stellick Sara Jessie Melody Fairchild Marie Davis Katie Crabb Maureen Morrison Heidi Fisk Jenny Kenyon Charyl Weingarten Janette Davis Abby Andrus Emily Enders Bree Fuqua Kalindra McFadden Sara Schaaf Nicole Blood Zoe Buckman Brianne Theisen Nicole Blood Lucy Cridland Zoe Buckman Anne Kesselring Melissa Gergel Claire Michel Mandy White Becca Friday Anne Kesselring Laura Roesler Alexi Pappas Jillian Weir

Newcomer of the Year Award Presented annually to the top track and field newcomer. Formerly known as the most improved award 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Julie Goodrich Jill Smith Kim Hyatt Stephanie Wessell Lucy Nusrala Kim Carlisle Erika Klein Camara Jones Kelsey Stellick Sara Howell Melody Fairchild Marie Davis Katie Crabb Maureen Morrison Heidi Fisk Jenny Kenyon Charyl Weingarten Janette Davis Abby Andrus Emily Enders Bree Fuqua Brittany Hinchcliffe Ashley McCrea Alexandra Kosinski Amber Purvis Jodan Hasay English Gardner Claudia Francis Jenna Prandini

Tom Heinonen Cross Country Award Awarded to the team’s outstanding athlete in the cross country season. 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Jackson Award

Presented annually by the athletic department to the top senior female athlete at the University of Oregon. Sponsored by Ross and Muriel Jackson. 1984 1985 1988 1989 1993 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2003 2010 2011 2013

Lisa Martin Leann Warren Annette Hand Penny Graves Erika Klein Kelly Blair Camara Jones LaReina Woods Jennifer Thomas Kaarin Knudson Marie Davis Becky Holliday Keshia Baker Melissa Gergel Jordan Hasay

Emerald Athletic Trophy

The Emerald Athletic Trophy award is sponsored jointly by the Athletic Department and the Oregon Daily Emerald and is awarded annually to a University of Oregon student on the basis of outstanding achievement in the fields of athletics, scholarship, and citizenship. 1952 1958

191

Jody Parker Eryn Forbes Leann Warren Eryn Forbes Kathy Hayes Kathy Hayes Cathy Schiro Penny Graves Annette Hand Penny Graves Stephanie Wessell Liz Wilson Lisa Karnopp (Nye) Nicole Woodward Milena Glusac Milena Glusac Jenna Carlson Marie Davis Marie Davis Marie Davis Amy Nickerson Hanna Smedstad Carrie Zografos Carrie Zografos Magdalena Sandoval Laura Harmon Amber McGown Dana Buchanan Nicole Blood Alexandra Kosinski Nicole Blood Jordan Hasay Jordan Hasay Jordan Hasay

Jack Hutchens Jim Bailey

1960 1966 1967 1969 1972 1973 1979 1981 1986 1987 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 2003 2006 2007 2009 2010

Dave Edstrom Ken Moore Neal Steinhauer Arne Kvalheim Peter Shmock Steve Prefontaine Rudy Chapa Alberto Salazar Dub Myers Harold Kuphaldt Bob Gray Ronnie Harris Kelly Blair Camara Jones Chris Nelson Santiago Lorenzo Eric Mitchum Jordan Kent Galen Rupp Ashton Eaton

Higdon Trophy

The Doyle Hidgon Memorial Trophy is awarded to a UO sophomore athlete for excellence in athletics, scholarship, and citizenship. It is named in honor of former football and track star Doyle Higdon, who was killed in an industrial accident between his sophomore and junior years. 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1971 1978 1979 1981 1983 1985 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 2001 2004 2005 2008 2011 2013

Steve Anderson Mike Forrester George Larson Dyrol Burleson Vic Reeve Ted Abram Steve Prefontaine Rudy Chapa Melanie Batiste Leann Warren Kathy Hayes Deanna Scheidler Kelly Blair Camara Jones LaReina Woods Rick Cantwell Milena Glusac Marie Davis Santiago Lorenzo Eric Mitchum Tommy Skipper A.J. Acosta Nicole Blood Jordan Hasay Elizabeth Brenner

Becky Sisley Award

Named after the University’s first director or women’s intercollegiate athletics, it is awarded to a former women’s athlete commemorating community involvement, career development and support of University ideals. 2007 2013 2014

Kim Roth Geelan Liz Wilson Kim Hyatt


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Oregon Women’s Academic Honors NCAA Track & Field/Cross Country Academic AllAmerican of the Year 2011 2013

Jordan Hasay Jordan Hasay

NCAA Academic AllAmericans 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 2002 2004 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Eryn Forbes Kathy Hayes Kathy Hayes Kathy Hayes Kim Roth Penny Graves Karen Rayle Kelly Blair Kelly Blair Jenna Carlson Christie Engesser Kaarin Knudson Kaarin Knudson Jenny Kenyon Kirsten Riley Nicole Blood Nicole Blood Nicole Blood Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Jordan Hasay Anne Kesslering Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring

3rd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team H.M. 3rd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 1st Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team

NCAA Top-Eight Award Winner 1986 1995

Kathy Hayes Kelly Blair

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships 1985 1986 1994 1995 1999 2011

Kathy Hayes Kim Roth Kelly Blair Camara Jones Kaarin Knudson Claire Michel

Phyllis Francis NCAA Champion

Pac-10 All-Academic Track & Field Honorees 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Kelly Blair Kim Hutson Lisa Karnopp Kamala Kohlmeier Lisa Nusrala Carol Holmen Camara Jones Erika Klein Gwen Wiehn Camara Jones Erika Klein Lucy Nusrala Kim Hutson Jennifer Neitling Kelly Blair Camara Jones Erika Klein Ashley Selman Lisa Bedwell Jenna Carlson Sara Howell Kelsey Stellick Karen Wiedmann Niamh Zwagerman Lisa Bedwell Kelly Blair Sara Howell Kelsey Stellick Jamila Godfrey Shawna Krasowski Jenna Carlson Nic. Commissiong Christie Engesser Camara Jones Kelsey Stellick Jamila Godfrey Sara Jessie Jill Callero Jenna Carlson Nic. Commissiong Kaarin Knudson Niamh Zwagerman Milena Glusac Jamila Godfrey Sara Fox Rosy Gardner Katie Pearmine Tamara Schurch

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Christie Engesser Kaarin Knudson Milena Glusac Tish Henes Liz Howell Katie Pearmine Marie Davis Michele Dick Stacy Robson Robyn Sutherland Nic. Commissiong Milena Glusac Tish Henes Katie Pearmine Stacy Robson Marie Davis Michele Dick Karis Howell Heather McMahon Tasha Cooper Annie Ebiner Valerie Sweitzer Marie Davis Tish Henes Liz Howell Kaarin Knudson Heather McMahon Stacy Robson Tasha Cooper Annie Ebiner Michele Dick Jennifer Eggers Sue Morris Holly Speight Robyn Sutherland Karis Howell Jenny Kenyon Georgette Moyle Chrissy Ruiter Nattalie Wright Jenny Kenyon Eri Macdonald Tara Struyk Jenny Brogdon Annie Davis Janette Davis Jordan McDaniels Georgette Moyle Jenny Kenyon Eri Macdonald Kirsten Riley Jenny Brogdon Janette Davis Laura Harmon Annette Mosey A. Snyder-Carlson Charyl Weingarten Carrie Zografos

Annette Hand NCAA Champion

193 192

1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

2003 2004 2005 2006

Erinn Gulbrandsen Roslyn Lundeen Eri Macdonald Heather Murtaugh Kirsten Riley Hannah Moore Jenny Brogdon Elisa Crumley Janette Davis Laura Harmon Jill Hoxmeier Kayla Mellott Georgette Moyle Magdal. Sandoval A. Snyder-Carlson Carrie Zografos Kirsten Riley Erinn Gulbrandsen Whitney Gum Sara Schaaf Taylor Bryant Michelle Donovan Laura Harmon Jill Hoxmeier Haripurkh Khalsa Kayla Mellott Magdal. Sandoval Sofie Abildtrup Bree Fuqua Roslyn Lundeen Elisa Crumley Hannah Moore Michelle Donovan Emily Enders Laura Harmon Haripurkh Khalsa Sarah Malone Kayla Mellott Magdal. Sandoval Irie Searcy Roslyn Lundeen Hannah Moore Sarah Pearson Elisa Crumley Ashley Bridenbeck Emily Enders Kasey Harwood Brittany Hinchcliffe Amanda Santana Sara Schaaf Irie Searcy

Kathy Hayes NCAA Champion

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.


RECORD BOOK 2007 2008 2009

Emily Enders Zoe Nelson Leah Worthen Ashley Bridenbeck Lucy Cridland Kasey Harwood Britney Henry Megan Maloney Ashley McCrea Kalind.McFadden Amanda Santana Irie Searcy Rachel Yurkovich Liddell Steele Leah Worthen Nicole Blood Lucy Cridland Kalindra McFadden Kara Meeuwsen Zoe Nelson Sarah Pearson Keshia Baker Ashley Bridenbeck Zoe Buckman Erin Funkhouser Brooke Giuffre Kasey Harwood Jasmine Kelly Megan Maloney Ashley McCrea Irie Searcy Claire Michel Bria Wetsch Leah Worthen Lucy Cridland Brooke Giuffre Kalindra McFadden Zoe Nelson Keshia Baker Betsy Bies Nicole Blood Dana Buchanan Zoe Buckman Erin Funkhouser Melissa Gergel Jasmine Kelly Alexandra Kosinski Megan Maloney Ashley McCrea Jordan Roskelley Rita Santiba単ez Amy Skofstad Brianne Theisen

2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

Leann Warren NCAA Champion

2010 2011

Mattie Bridgmon Claire Michel Nicole Blood Bronwyn Crossman Alexandra Kosinski Keshia Baker Zoe Buckman Erin Funkhouser Lyndsay Pearson Jordan Roskelley Rita Santibanez Brianne Theisen Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Claire Michel Bronwyn Crossman Laura Bobek Alexandria Davidson Melissa Gergel Lyndsay Pearson Kelly Petaja Jordan Roskelley Amy Skofstad Brianne Theisen Lanie Thompson

1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

Pac-12 All-Academic Track & Field Honorees 2012 2013

Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Maggie Pietka Megan Patrignelli Laura Bobek Bronwyn Crossman Alexandria Davidson Jill Foglestrom Alex Kosinski Lyndsay Pearson Rachel Perry Laura Roesler Brianne Theisen Lanie Thompson Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Maggie Pietka Katie Conlon Laura Bobek Elizabeth Brenner Lauren Crockett Alexandria Davidson Alyssa Monteverde Megan Patrignelli Jenna Prandini Laura Roesler Rachel Sherrill

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

Pac-10 All-Academic Cross Country Honorees 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Carol Holmen Liz Wilson Lisa Kamopp Erika Klein Lucy Nusrala Lisa Karnopp Lucy Nusrala Erika Klein Jill Callero Jenna Carlson Niamh Zwagerman Jenna Carlson Jill Callero Niamh Zwagerman Christie Engesser Milena Glusac Niamh Zwagerman Jill Callero Jenna Carlson Milena Glusac Rosy Gardner Kaarin Knudson Niamh Zwagerman Kaarin Knudson Marie Davis Robyn Sutherland Milena Glusac Liz Howell Kaarin Knudson Heather McMahon Marie Davis Annie Ebiner Marie Davis Heather McMahon Liz Howell Annie Ebiner Robyn Sutherland Annie Ebiner Lisa Jansen Chrissy Ruiter Erinn Gulbrandsen Annie Davis Eri Macdonald Erinn Gulbrandsen Annie Davis Laura Harmon Annette Mosey Tara Struyk Erinn Gulbrandsen Eri Macdonald Taylor Bryant Laura Hamon A. Snyder-Carlson Carrie Zografos

Sarah Malone NCAA All-American

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2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Eri Macdonald Eleanor Gordon Taylor Bryant Haripurkh Khalsa Magdal.Sandoval Krissy Sonniksen Laura Harmon Haripurkh Khalsa Sara Schaaf Sarah Pearson Sara Schaaf H. Fitz-Gustafson Liisa Heinonen Sarah Pearson B. Aldinger-Gibson Dana Buchanan Zoe Nelson Bria Wetsch Sarah Pearson Nicole Blood Zoe Nelson Keara Sammons Hayley Belli Bria Wetsch Betsy Bies Nicole Blood Zoe Buckman Brooke Giuffre Alexandra Kosinski Zoe Nelson Claire Michel Bria Wetsch Bronwyn Crossman Nicole Blood Zoe Buckman Brooke Guiffre Alexandra Kosinski Claire Michel Bria Wetsch Bronwyn Crossman Nicole Blood Zoe Buckman Brooke Giuffre Alexandra Kosinski

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Pac-12 All-Academic Cross Country Honorees 2011 2012

Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Claire Michel Megan Patrignelli Bronwyn Crossman Lanie Thompson Jordan Hasay Anne Kesselring Megan Patrignelli Allie Woodward

Rebekah Noble NCAA Champion

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team H.M. H.M. 1st Team 1st Team H.M. H.M.


RECORD BOOK

Women’s All-Time Lettermen A Abildtrup, Sofie 04, 05 Abramson, Melissa 98, 99 Abrante, Endia 99, 00 Adams, Debbie 78, 79 Aguilar, Cora 85, 86 Albano, Carrie 79, 80 Alzner, Lori 79; XC 78 Allen, Brooke 88, 89 Anderson, Andrea 90; XC 89 Anderson, Mary 90, 93, 94; XC 89 (see also Mary Gilbert) Andrews, Sarah 11; XC 10 Andrus, Abby 03, 04 Armstrong, Mary Lou 75, 76, 77, 78, 79 (mgr.) B Bajocich, Helen 89, 90 Bakari, Grace 80, 81, 82, 84 Baker, Keshia 07, 08, 09, 10 Baker, Robin 77, 79, 81; XC 77, 78, 80 Bates, Jennifer 76, 77, 78, 79; XC 75, 76, 77, 78 Batiste, Melanie 78, 79, 80, 81 Bauer, Melissa 84, 85 Beasley, Quenna 81, 82, 83, 85 Beck, Julie 91, 92, 93 Beck, Lexie (see Lexie Miller) Bedwell, Lisa 92, 93, 94 Beemer, Monica 86, 87 Belli, Hayley XC 07 Berry, Paula 88, 89, 90, 91 Beyer, Kiran XC 89 Bies, Betsy 08, 09; XC 07, 08 Bieschke, Marianna (mgr.) 79, 80 Black, Carrie 94 Blair, Kelly 90, 91, 93, 94 Blood, Nicole 07, 08, 09, 10; XC 07, 08, 09 Bobek, Laura 11, 12, 13 Bonn, Maggie 77, 78 Bonomini, Angela 89 Borchardt, Jeanne 80, 81, 82, 83 Boyea, Kathryn 85, 86, 87 Breedlove, Alison 94 Brenner, Elizabeth 13 Brewer, Tonia 95, 96 Brewster, Cicely 95 Bridenbeck, Ashley 05, 06, 07, 08 Bridgmon, Mattie 09, 10; XC08 Brogdon, Jenny 00, 01, 02, 03 Brown, Amanda 00, 01, 02, 03 Brown, Yvette 85, 86, 87 Brumley, Loi 83, 84

Bryant, Taylor 03, 04 Buchanan, Dana 06, 09; XC 05, 06 Buckiewicz, Gina 79 Buckman, Zoe 07, 08, 09, 10; XC 07, 08, 09, 10 Buntjer, Kelly 79, 80, 81 Burk, Jamie 01, 02 Bushnell, Brenda 84, 85, 86; XC 85 C Callero, Jill 92, 93; XC 91, 92, 93 Callier, Olivia 01 Carlisle, Kim 89, 90, 91, 92 Carlo, Mimi 84 Carlson, Jenna 92, 93, 95, 96; XC 91, 92, 93, 95 Cimmiyotti, Cyd 80 Church, Karen 86, 87, 88, 89 Church, Sandra 92 Clack, Kwajalein 86 Clark, Ranza 81, 82, 83, 84; XC 81, 84 Clark, Sammie 12, 13 Clawson, Kerry 78 Coalwell, Michelle 89, 90 Cole, Sara 10, 11 Collins, Shari 83, 84, 85, 86 Commissiong, Nicole 94, 95, 96, 98 Conlon, Katie 13; XC 12 Conner, Kim XC 75, 76, 77 (see also Kim Spir) Cook, Tammy 81 Cooper, Natasha 98, 99 Cornog, Ginny XC 89 Costello, Kristine 79, 80, 81, 82 Crabb, Katie 97, 98, 99, 00; XC 98, 99, 00 Cridland, Lucy 06, 07, 08, 09 Crockett, Lauren 12, 13 Crosgrove, Julie 79 Crossman, Bronwyn 11, 12; XC 08, 09, 10, 11 Crumley, Elisa 02, 03, 05, 06 (see also Elisa Reynoso) Cutburth, Jennifer 99 Cvitanich, Christine 95, 96, 97, 98 D Daniell, Jennifer 77, 78, 79 Davidson, Alexandria 10, 11, 13 Davidson, Monica 91, 92; XC 91 Davis, Cameo 01 Davis, Janette 00, 01, 02, 03 (see also Janette Martin) Davis, Marie 96, 97, 98, 99; XC 95, 96, 97, 98 Dencer, Camilla 11

Kelly Blair NCAA Champion

Dick, Michele 96, 97, 98, 99 Dickerson, Sandy XC 81 Dinsmore, Sara 99, 01 Donovan, Michelle 02, 03, 04, 05 Doyle, Jen XC 83 Doyle, Moira 85, 87, 88 Drake, Karen 82, 83 Dresser, Lori 79, 80, 81 Drouet, Carol 88 Duggan, Molly 91, 92 E Easton, Kari 79, 80, 81, 82 Ebiner, Annie 98, 99; XC 97, 98 Elliott, Shannon 97 Elstrom, Karina 98, 99, 00, 01 Enders, Emily 04, 05, 06, 07 Engesser, Christie 94, 95, 97; XC 93, 94, 96 Eros, Eniko 07 Esterbrook, Keri 92, 93 Etter, Mary 00, 01, 02, 03 F Fairchild, Melody 95, 96; XC 93, 94, 95 Faure, Francie 86, 87, 88, 89; XC 87, 88 Feest, Nicole 03; XC 02 Ferguson, Nikki 02 Fisk, Heidi 96, 97, 98, 99 Fitz-Gustafson, Amanda 05, 06; XC 04, 05 Fitz-Gustafson, Heather XC 05 Fleschner, Vicky 94, 95, 96, 97; XC 96 Forbes, Eryn 80, 81, 82, 84; XC 79, 80, 81, 82 Fox, Sara 95, 96 Francario, Tina 80; XC 79, 80 Francis, Claudia 12 Francis, Phyllis 11, 12, 13 Frandsen, Simone 81 Fraser, Torkwase 03 Friday, Becca 10, 11, 12, 13; XC 10, 11, 12 Fritzson, Lena 81 Funkhouser, Erin 07, 09, 10 Fuqua, Bree 04, 05 G Galbert, Vicky 87, 88, 89 Gallagher, Katie 07 Gardner, English 11, 12, 13 Gardner, Rosy 95, 96; XC 94, 95 Garnett, Kay 83, 84 Gates, Shannon 84, 85 Gergel, Melissa 08, 09, 10, 11 Gilbaugh, Susan XC 98

Claudette Groenendaal NCAA Champion

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Gilbert, Mary 90, 93, 94; XC 89 (see also Mary Anderson) Gillespie, Emily 07 Giuffre, Brooke 09; XC 07, 08 Glenn, Rhiannon XC 99, 00 Glusac, Milena 94, 96, 97, 98; XC 93, 94, 95, 97 Godfrey, Jamila 93, 94, 95, 96 Goering, Christie 98 Golden, Grace 85, 86, 87, 88 Goodrich, Juliet 85, 86, 87, 88 Goodwin, Mindy XC 79 Gordon, Eleanor XC 03 Gosberry, Devin 11, 12 Grabill, Molly 12; XC 11 Gran, Kathy 85, 87, 88 Grasley, Jenni 87, 88, 89 Graves, Penny 85, 86, 87, 88; XC 85, 86, 87, 88 Grelli, Melissa XC08 Griffith, Irene 80; XC 78, 79, 80 Groenendaal, Claudette 82, 83, 84, 85; XC 81, 82, 83, 84 Gulbrandsen, Erinn 04; XC 99, 00, 01, 02 Gum, Whitney 03, 04 Gutierrez, Rosa 82, 83, 85, 86; XC 81, 82 H Hafdahl, Siri XC 98 Hall, Kavina 07, 08 Hamilton, Sally 81 Hand, Annette 87, 88; XC 87 Hanlon, Mary 81 Harding, Brenda 88 Harmon, Laura 02, 03, 04, 05; XC 00, 01, 02, 03 Harmon, Sally 80, 81, 82, 85 Harwood, Kasey 05, 06, 07, 08; XC 04 Hasay, Jordan 10, 11, 12, 13; XC 09, 10, 11, 12 Hasselblad, Kori 79 Hayes, Kathy 82, 83, 84, 85; XC 81, 82, 83, 84 Hayward-Lee, Clarice 02, 03, 04, 05 Hebert, Stacy 97 Heilman, Andrea 82 Henes, Letisha 96, 97, 98, 99 Henry, Britney 06, 07 Higinbotham, Jeanie 85, 86; XC 85 Hill, Heather 99, 00 Hilsenteger, Julie 81, 83, 84, 85 Hinchcliffe, Brittany 05, 06 Holden, Ingunn 84

Holliday, Becky 02, 03 Holly, Hilary 97, 98, 99, 00 Holmen, Carol 89, 90, 91; XC 89, 90, 91 Hopfenspirger, Joan 80; XC 79, 80 Howell, Karis 97, 98, 00, 01 Howell, Sara 92, 93, 94, 95 (see also Sara Jessie) Howell, Liz 97, 98, 99; XC 94, 97, 98 Hoxmeier, Jill 02, 03, 04 Hughes, Lynda 82, 83 Hunt, Tyrza 91, 92, 93 Hunter, Stefanie 86, 87, 88, 89 Hutson, Kim 90, 91, 92 Hyatt, Kim 89, 90, 91, 92 J Jackson, Beth 2003 James, Renee 86 Jampolsky, Camille 87, 88 Jansen, Lisa 00; XC 98, 99 Jean-Marie, Louise 79, 80 Jessie, Sara 92, 93, 94, 95 (see also Sara Howell) Johansen, Lise 89; XC 88 Johnson, Carla 83 Johnson, Danielle XC 96 Johnson, Lisa 84, 87, 88; XC 84, 86, 87 Johnson, Sharon 83, 84, 85, 86 Johnson, Suzii 84 Jones, Camara 91, 92, 93, 95 Jordan, Lauryn 05, 06 K Karnopp, Lisa 88, 89, 90, 91; XC 89, 90, 91 Kearney, Patty 77, 78, 79, 80 Kelly, Jasmine 07, 08, 09, 10 Kempf, Kelly 91 Kenyon, Jenny 99, 00, 01, 02 Kersh, Katie 04, 05 Kesselring, Anne 10, 11, 12, 13; XC 09, 10, 11, 12 Keyes, Kris 82 (mgr.) Keyser, Dani 01, 02, 03 Khalsa, Haripurkh 04; XC 03, 04 King, Trisha 81, 83 Klein, Erika 90, 91, 92, 93; XC 89, 90, 91, 92 Klingerman, Rose Ann 77, 78 Knowles, Deanna 97 Knudson, Kaarin 95, 96, 97, 99; XC 94, 95, 96, 97 Kohlmeier, Kamala 88, 89, 90, 91 Kosinski, Alexandra 08, 09, 10, 12; XC 07, 08, 09, 10

Paula Berry NCAA Champion


RECORD BOOK Krasowski, Shawna 93, 94 Kriz, Megan 04 Kriz, Rachael 01, 02, 04, 05 (see also Rachael Wallace) Kuntz, Maegan XC 04 Kutella, Kirsten 94, 96 L Lane, Pat 81 Lass, Lisha 80 Larkin, Lucretia 00, 01, 02 Larwin, Kirsten 04 (see also Kirsten Riley 01, 02, 03) Leahy, Kerry 84 Leary, Katie XC 05 Leblanc, Annie 13; XC 12 Leonardi, Abbey 13; XC 12 Lister, Rachel 90 Loftus, Cindy 78 Long, Susan 86, 87; XC 86 Looney, Tracie 90, 91 Luman, Molly 98 Lundeen, Roslyn 02, 03, 05, 06 M Macdonald, Eri 00, 01, 02, 03; XC 99, 00, 02, 03 Maier, Sally 92, 93; XC 91 Malone, Sarah 01, 02, 04, 05 Maloney, Megan 06, 07, 08, 09 Marino, Charlene 79; XC 77 Marsh, Emily 03 Martin, Janette 00, 01, 02, 03 (see also Janette Davis) Martin, Joan 79, 80, 81, 82 Martin, Karen 81, 83, 85 Martin, Lisa 80, 81, 83; XC 80, 81, 82, 83 (see also Lisa O’Dea) Massey, Rhonda 79, 80, 81, 82 Mathis, Emily 06, 07, 08; XC 05 Maton, Ashley 13 Mattox, Kimber 12 McAllister, C’Rel 03, 04 McCrea, Ashley 06, 07, 08, 09 McCubbin, Farrah 00 McCudden, Shannon 92 McDaniels, Jordan 00, 01, 02, 03 (see also Jordan Sauvage) McDonald, Karen 81, 82 McEwen, Niki 03 (see also Niki Reed 99, 00, 01) McFadden, Kalindra 06, 07, 09 McGhehey, Sharon 85, 86, 87, 88 (see also Sharon Otterstedt) McGown, Amber 06; XC 05 McKeever, Katie 02 McKinney, Phillis 86, 87, 88, 89

McMahon, Heather 97, 98, 99; XC 96, 97, 98 Meeuwsen, Kara 07, 08 Mellot, Kayla 02, 03, 04, 05 Mendoza, Lorilyn 97 Michel, Claire 08, 09, 10, 11; XC 07, 09, 10, 11 Miller Beck, Lexie 80, 81, 82, 83 Monteverde, Alyssa 13 Monteverde, Anginae 12 Moore, Hannah 03, 05, 06 Morris, Stephanie 84, 85, 87, 88 Morris, Sue 96, 97, 99 Morrison, Maureen 97, 98, 00, 01 Morrison, Melanie 82, 83, 84, 85 Morton, Molly 78, 79; XC 77, 78, 79, 80 Mosey, Annette 01, 02; XC 01 Mountain, Katy 77, 78, 79, 80; XC 76, 77, 78, 79 Moyle, Georgette 01, 03 Mulcaire, Mary (mgr.) 78 Murphy, Mary 02 Murtaugh, Heather 00, 01, 02, 03 N Neitling, Jennifer 90, 92, 93 Nelson, Gretchen 84, 85; XC 83, 84 Nelson, Juanita 85 Nelson, Zoe 06, 07, 08, 09; XC 05, 06, 07, 08 Newson, Lauryn 11, 12 Nicholson, Lisa Marie 81, 82, 83, 84 Nickerson, Amy 00; XC 99 Niedermeyer, Susie 79, 80, 81; XC 80 Noble, Rebekah 06, 07; XC 05, 06 Nusrala, Lucy 90, 91, 92; XC 90, 91 O O’Brien, Denise 79, 80 O’Brien, Katie 86, 87, 88, 89 O’Dea, Lisa 80, 81, 83; XC 80, 81, 82, 83 (see also Lisa Martin) Officer, Mary (mgr.) XC 78 Okodogbe, Chizoba 11, 12, 13 Olson, Amo 91, 92, 93, 94 Olsen, Wendy 99, 00 Otterstedt, Sharon 85, 86, 87, 88 (see also Sharon McGhehey) P Pappas, Alexi 13; XC 12 Parker, Jody 78, 79, 80; XC 77, 78, 79 Parker, Danielle 91 Pate, Robin 80, 82 Patrignelli, Megan 11, 12, 13; XC 11, 12

Stefanie Hunter NCAA All-American

Pearmine, Katie 95, 96, 97, 98 Pearson, Lyndsay 09, 10, 11, 12 Pearson, Sarah 05, 06, 08; XC 04, 05, 06, 07 Penney, Sara 13; XC 11, 12 Petersen, Birgit 84, 85, 86, 87; XC 83, 84, 85, 86 Petrone, Amy 92; XC 89 Picknell, Kathy 77, 78, 79, 80 Pietka, Maggie 13 Pokorny, Emily 96 Prandini, Jenna 13 Pressley, Daisy 02 Purvis, Amber 09, 10, 11, 12 Q Quam, Colleen 86, 87, 88; XC 85 R Raade, Tracy 84, 85 Rayle, Karen XC 86, 87, 88 Redditt, Rhonda 79, 80 Reed, Nikole 99, 00, 01 Reynoso, Elisa 02, 03, 05, 06 (see also Elisa Crumley) Rhein, Tara 06, 07 Rhodes, Rebecca 10, 11, 12 Richie, Debbie 78; XC 77 Riley, Kirsten 01, 02, 03, 04 Roberts, Laurel 89, 90, 91, 92 Robson, Stacy 96, 97, 98, 99 Roesler, Laura 11, 12, 13 Rogers, Kelly XC 03 Rose, Dawna 76, 77, 78, 79 Rose, Georgene 75, 76, 77, 78 Roskelley, Jordan 09, 10, 11 Ross, Kortney 11, 12 Roth, Kim 83, 84, 86; XC 82, 83, 84, 85 Roth, Tonia 93, 94 Rouse, Roz 82, 83 Rowlett, Katie 98, 99 Ruegg, Elisa 91, 92 Ryan, Kim 84, 85; XC 83, 84 S Salter, Jodi XC (mgr.) 78, 79 Sammons, Keara 07 Sandoval, Magdalena 03, 04, 05; XC 01, 02, 03 Santana, Amanda 06, 07 Santibañez, Rita 09, 10 Saraceno, Deon 87, 89 Saul, Julia 90, 91; XC 90 Sauvage, Jordan 00, 01, 02, 03 (see also Jordan McDaniels) Schaaf, Sara 03, 04, 05, 06; XC 03, 04, 05 Scherf, Lindsay 09; XC 08 Schiedler, Deanna 84, 85, 87;

Kim Hyatt NCAA All-American

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XC 83, 84, 86, 87 Schirmer, Celena 79 Schiro, Cathy XC 85 Schlotter, Ellen 77, 78, 83 Schmidt, Ellen 77, 78, 79; XC 76, 77, 78, 79 Schmidt-Scherer, Julie 05 Schurch, Tamara 95, 96, 97 Searcy, Irie 05, 06, 07, 08 Selman, Ashley 93 Setterholm, Suzy 86, 87, 88, 89 Shepherd, Connie 87 Sherwood, Christine 94, 95, 96 Sherrell, Rachel 13 Shierk, Lia 86 Skofstad, Amy 08, 11 Smedstad, Hanna 01; XC 00 Smith, Jill 87, 88, 89, 90 Smith, Stephanie 88, 89, 90 Snyder-Carlson, Alicia 02, 03; XC 01 Snow, Allison 80, 81, 82, 83; XC 79, 80, 81 Sommer, Kathi 82; XC 81 Somsanith, Nonglack 97, 98 Speight, Holly 98, 99, 00, 01 Spir, Kimberly XC 75, 76, 77 (see also Kim Conner) Stapleton, Sharon 80, 81 Stearns, Sandy 86 Steele, Liddell 08 Steinbeck, Chloé 10 Stellick, Kelsey 92, 93, 94, 95 Stevenson, Mary 77, 78, 79, 80 Stillian, Niki 95 Stoican, Mary Ann 80 Stylos, Melya 79 Sullivan, Ann 01, 02 Summers, Chancey 12, 13 Sutherland, Robyn 96, 97, 98, 99; XC 96, 97, 98 Swets, Nikki 89, 90 Sweitzer, Valerie 95, 96, 97, 98 T Talton, Camerson 84, 85, 86, 87 Tarver, Taryn 99 Tennant, Lauri 83, 85 Theisen, Brianne 08, 09, 10, 12 Thomas, Jennifer 95, 96, 97, 98 Thomas, Nilka 92, 93, 94, 95 Thompson, Lanie 11, 12; XC 10, 11 Thorsland, Janell 84, 85, 86, 87 Tolford, Heather 78; XC 77 Tracy, Kathy XC 88 Traver, Maegan 03, 04, 05 Trowbridge, Sandy 75, 76, 77, 78; XC 77 Tyson, Libby 88; XC 86, 87

U Upshaw, Grace 94 V Vance, Lisa 79, 80 VanBorkulo, Heidi 93; XC 92 Ventling, Marnie 86, 87 Vobora, Julie 83 W Wallace, Rachael 01, 02, 04, 05 (see also Rachael Kriz) Wallace, Taylor 10, 11, 12, 13; XC 10, 11 Walton, Joan 78, 80, 81 Wallace, Aisha 96, 97, 98, 99 Wareham, Joni 95; XC 92, 93 Warga, Rachel 79 Warren, Leann 80, 81, 82, 85; XC 79, 80, 81, 84 Warren, Regina 92 Washington, Tanya 84, 86 Weingarten, Charyl 00, 01, 02 Weir, Jillian 13 Wessell, Stephanie 87, 89, 90, 91; XC 88, 89, 90 West, Joslyn 80, 81 Westphal, Christie 87, 89 Wetsch, Bria 09; XC 07, 08 Wiedmann, Karen 90, 91, 92, 93 Wiehn, Gwen 90, 91 White, Julie 85 White, Mandy 08, 09, 10, 11 Whitfield, Annie 13 Whitlock, Sandy 87, 88 Williams, Cheri 79; XC 78, 79 Williams, Colby 81 Williams, Laurie 89, 90 Williams, Michele 10, 11 Williams, Rosie 89, 90, 91 Wilson, Danielle 90 Wilson, Liz 87, 88, 89, 90; XC 86, 87, 88, 90 Woods, LaReina 92, 93, 95, 96 Woodward, Allie 12; XC 12 Woodward, Nicole 90, 91, 92, 93; XC 90, 91, 92 Worthen, Leah 06, 07, 08, 09 Wright, Natalie 99, 00 Y Yeater, Alexis 99 Youngblood, Jamesha 08, 09, 10, 11 Yurkovich, Rachel 06, 07, 08, 09 Z Zaludek, Lauren 10; XC 09 Zerull, Marion 87, 88 Zografos, Carrie 02, 03; XC 01, 02 Zwagerman, Niamh 93, 96; XC 92, 93, 94, 95

Jennifer Thomas NCAA All-American


RECORD BOOK

Dual Sport Letterwinners One of Oregon’s most prolific student-athletes, four-time All-American Jordan Kent, a rare three-sport letterman, anchored UO to its first Pac10 Championships victory in the 4x100 meter relay in the 2006 Pac-10 Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene. A month later, he returned to score All-America honors in the NCAA Championships 4x100 meters and added another top-eight NCAA finish in the 4x400 meters. In 2009-10, two Ducks accomplished the rare feat of capturing both a Pac10 football and track championship - record-setting running back LaMichael James and teammate Kenjon Barner. Another of Oregon’s top all-time receivers, Samie Parker took All-America honors in 2004 in the indoor 60 meter (third) and outdoor 100 meters (fifth), broke his school record in the 60 meters in the NCAA prelims (6.62), and climbed to second all-time for Oregon in the 100 meters (10.18). The Long Beach, Calif., native followed with a record-breaking final pigskin season, capped by the Sun Bowl Offensive MVP award for his 16-catch, 200-yard outing vs. Minnesota. He ranks among the top Duck receivers in career receptions (178) and yardage (2,761). The Ducks’ dual-sport lineage dates back to the early ’30s, as one of the first famous two-sporters, Bill Bowerman, wrecked havoc in the defensive backfield in the fall, then ran the 440 yards in the spring for Colonel Bill Hayward. In the NCAA Championships, two Duck football letterwinners claimed individual field event titles to open the ’50s. Chuck Missfeldt won the javelin title in 1951, and defensive end Emery Barnes followed with the 1952 high jump crown. Split end Jerry Tarr continued the tradition into the early ’60s when he broke world records in the 120 yard hurdles en route to NCAA titles in 1961 and 1962. Halfback Mel Renfro took second behind him in the latter NCAA hurdle finale, and added a third in the long jump. Renfro was a second-round pick by Dallas and a Pro Bowl selection his first 10 years in the league. At the end of his career in the ’70s, he had helped the Cowboys to four Super Bowls and eight NFC title games, and finished with 52 interceptions and six touchdowns (3 interceptions, 1 punt return, 3 kickoff returns). The ’80s saw Duck football stars explode off the horizontal runways as fullback Latin Berry became Oregon’s only long jumper to win All-America honors four straight seasons as he upped the school record to 26-8.5. Cornerback J.J. Birden added to the Pac-10 scoring column with a long jump win of his own, and his best of 25-8.75 was only three inches shy of Renfro’s collegiate best (25-11.75). Receiver/punt returner Pat Johnson ignited Autzen Stadium and Hayward Field crowds in the mid ’90s with equal aplomb. As a freshman, he became the first Duck to win All-America honors in the 100 and 200 meters the same season, and later left with several all-time Duck top-10 receiving marks. In 1998, Johnson became the 25th Duck to play in the Super Bowl as the Ravens cruised to a 34-7 win over the New York Giants. Cornerback Muhammad Oliver added two All-America decathlon honors in the early ’90s, and posted one of the best Duck decathlon scores ever (8,087). For the women, Pac-10 heptathlon and long jump champion Kelly Blair, a three-time All-American, was a force on the basketball court in 1990 and ’92. In 2003, All-American Mary Etter won the inaugural West Regional discus title en route to her fourth NCAA trip, and also lettered as a soccer goalkeeper. Amanda Brown also advanced to the 2003 collegiate finale in the triple jump, and played basketball as a freshman. Rachel Yurkovich, the 2008 NCAA javelin champion and three-time Pac-10 champion, won U.S. and Pan-Am Junior Championships javelin titles in 2005, then played volleyball for UO that fall.

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Mel Renfro: Track All-American/NFL Hall of Famer Men Allan Amundson - Football, 1999-02; Track, 2002 Bob Anderson - Football, 1948-50; Track, 1949-51 Ted Anderson - Football, 1951-53; Track, 1952-54 Kenjon Barner - Football, 2009-10; Track, 2010-11 Emery Barnes - Football, 1950-53; Track, 1952 Latin Berry - Football, 1986-89; Track, 1987-90 J.J. Birden - Football, 1984-87; Track, 1984-88 Mike Bolliger - Football, 1971-73; Track, 1974-75 Bill Bowerman - Football, 1931-32 John Buller - Football, 1966; Track, 1964-66 Leroy Campbell - Football, 1951-54; Track, 1953-56 Mike Chriss - Football, 1974-77; Track, 1978 Jack Countryman - Football, 1950; Track, 1949-51 Ted Farmer - Football, 1974; Track, 1975 Bob Faskett - Football, 1965-66; Track, 1966-67 Russ Francis - Football, 1973; Track, 1972-73 Vince Goldsmith - Football, 1977-80; Track, 1978-81 Rod Green - Football, 1986-87; Track, 1985, 1987-88 Jermaine Hanspard - Football, 1999-00; Track, 1999-00 Devon Hosey - Football, 1990-92; Track, 1991-93 Heath Howington - Football, 1991-93; Track, 1991-93 Mark James - Football, 1980-81; Track, 1981 LaMichael James - Football, 2009-10; Track, 2010-11 Pat Johnson - Football, 1994-97; Track, 1995-96 Dennis Keller - Football, 1962-64; Track, 1965-66 B.J. Kelley - Football, 2012; Track, 2013 Jordan Kent - Basketball, 2004-06; Football, 2005-06; Track, 2003, 2005-06 A.K. Keyes - Football, 2000-01; Track, 2001 Henri Loumena - Football, 1955-56; Track, 1955-57 Rourke Lowe - Football, 1978-82; Track, 1980 Dior Mathis - Football, 2011-12; Track, 2011-13 Charles Missfeldt - Football, 1949-50; Track, 1950-52 Gerald Mock - Football, 1951; Track, 1951-53 Jack Morris - Football, 1955-57; Track, 1956-58 Harry Nerdham - Football, 1958-59; Track, 1960-61 Bob Newland - Basketball, 1942-43; Track, 1943 Grady O’Connor - Football, 1992-93; Track, 1990-93 Muhammad Oliver - Football, 1990-91; Track, 1991-92 William Parke - Football, 1930-31; Track, 1934 Samie Parker - Football, 2000-03; Track, 2001-02 Dino Philyaw - Football, 1993-94; Track, 1994-95 Mel Renfro - Football, 1961-63 ; Track, 1962 Will Reeve - Football, 1956-58; Track, 1957-1959 Dwight Robertson - Football, 1978-82; Track, 1981-82 Bobby Robinson - Football, 1927-29; Track, 1929-31 Louis Robinson - Football, 1947-49; Track, 1948 Earl Stelle - Football, 1948-50; Track, 1949-51 Dennis Sullivan - Football, 1951; Track, 1949-51 Donn Sullivan - Football, 1954; Track, 1954-56 Jerry Tarr - Football, 1960; Track, 1961-62 Johnny Taylor - Football, 1988-90; Track, 1990 Scott Taylor - Track, 1968; Swimming, 1965, 67 De’Anthony Thomas - Football, 2011-12; Track, 2012-13 Walter Thurmond III - Football, 2006-09; Track, 2006-07 Dean Van Leuven - Football, 1952-53; Track, 1952-55 Mike Williams - Football, 1970; Track, 1969-71 LaMont Woods - Football, 1993-96; Track, 1993-96

Women

Debbie Adams - Track, 1978-79; Basketball, 1978-81 Brooke Allen - Track, 1988-89; Basketball, 1988-90 Monica Beemer - Track, 1986-87; Volleyball, 1983 Kelly Blair - Track, 1990-91, 1993-94; Basketball, 1990, 1992 Elizabeth Brenner - Track, 2013; Volleyball, 2011-12; Basketball, 2012-13; Softball, 2012 Cicely Brewster - Track, 1995; Basketball, 1995-96 Amanda Brown - Track, 2000-03; Basketball, 2000 Kerry Clawson - Track, 1978; Basketball, 1978-79 Carol Drouet - Track, 1988; Basketball, 1985-87 Marry Etter - Track, 2000-03; Soccer, 2002-03 Sally Harmon - Track, 1980-82, 1985; Volleyball, 1979 Stacy Hebert - Track, 1997; Soccer, 1996-99 Lisha Lass - Track, 1980; Volleyball, 1979 Wendy Olsen - Track, 1999-00; Volleyball, 1998 Connie Shepherd - Track, 1987; Volleyball, 1984 Mary Ann Stoican - Track, 1980; Basketball, 1980-83 Lauri Tennant Landerholm -Track, 1983-85; Basketball, 1984-87 LeReina Woods - Track, 1992-93, 1995-96; Volleyball, 1991-94 Rachel Yurkovich - Track, 2006-09; Volleyball, 2005


UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

Michael Gottfredson University President 2nd Year

Dr. Michael R. Gottfredson began his tenure as the University of Oregon’s 17th president on Aug. 1, 2012. Previously, he was a professor of Criminology, Law, and Society and of Sociology at the University of California, Irvine, where he also served as the executive vice chancellor and provost since 2000. Gottfredson holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. from the State University of New York at Albany; and an A.B. from the University of California at Davis. His research and teaching specialties are the causes of crime and delinquency and the criminal justice process. He (with Travis Hirschi) is well known for the development of the self-control theory of crime and delinquency and for the study of how these behaviors relate to age. The theory has stimulated a great deal of research and their description of how and why age relates to crime has become central to research, theory and policy about crime and delinquency. His work on victimization led to the development of the “lifestyle/opportunity” theory of criminal victimization, a prominent explanation for differential risks from crime. His systematic study (with Don Gottfredson) of how arrest, prosecution and sentencing decisions are made in criminal justice contributed to greater understanding of the use of discretion and to the widespread use of structured guidelines in the criminal law. In addition, he led a major expansion of the UC-Irvine infrastructure, blending state, campus and private support. He helped to create the California Institute for Telecommunications and Technology, including the construction of a $55 million research facility, and the new public law school. He is the author or editor (with others) of several books, including Control Theories of Crime and Delinquency (2003); Personal Liberty and Community Safety (1995); The Generality of Deviance (1994); A General Theory of Crime (1990); Decision-making in Criminal Justice (1988); Positive Criminology (1987); Policy Guidelines for Bail: An Experiment in Court Reform (1985); Understanding Crime (1980); and Victims of Personal Crime (1978). He has published numerous articles in journals, including Criminology, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Advances in Criminological Theory, and various law reviews. He has frequently consulted with state, county, and federal governments concerning criminal justice policy. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Criminology and was the Andersen Consulting “Professor of the Year” in 1996 at the University of Arizona’s College of Business and Public Administration. Prior to joining UC-Irvine, Gottfredson served in several positions at the University of Arizona from 1985 to 2000, including interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, vice provost and vice president of Undergraduate Education. Other academic positions Gottfredson has held include associate professor at The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, from 1983-1985; associate professor of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana, from 1981 to 1983; assistant professor at the Graduate School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany from 1977 to 1979; and director of the Criminal Justice Research Center in Albany, New York, from 1976 to 1979. He is married to Karol Gottfredson, who was the coordinator of the Intern Teacher Credential Program at UC-Irvine. The Gottfredsons have one daughter, Katherine, a son, Bryan, and daughter-in-law, Meghan, and two young granddaughters.

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ATHLETICS DIRECTOR Since being named the University of Oregon’s 12th director of intercollegiate athletics on July 15, 2010, Rob Mullens has wasted little time in putting his own stamp on the continual success of the Ducks’ athletics department while being the beneficiary of one of the most successful eras in school history. Mullens arrived at Oregon from the University of Kentucky, where he served as deputy director of athletics and managed day-to-day operations for Kentucky’s 22-sport athletics department, with an annual operating budget of $79 million. In his brief tenure in Eugene, he has implemented his philosophy of financial effiency while overseeing an $93.5 million budget for the coming year, in addition to enhancing the department’s model of selfsufficiency. He has assisted with the continued success of a football program that has been surpassed by few nationally, with the Ducks claiming an unprecedented three straight conference championships while becoming the only school in the country to appear in a third consecutive BCS bowl game following the 2011 season. Following an appearance in the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, Oregon posted a win over Wisconsin in the 2012 Rose Bowl Game. In fact, 15 of the school’s 19 intercollegiate sports advanced to the post season during the 2011-12 season, including women’s indoor track & field and acrobatics and tumbling which both claimed national championships. In addition, the Ducks finished 24th in the country in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition as the top program in the country fielding 18 sports or less. He also was at the helm as the Ducks opened their spectacular Matthew Knight Arena, which plays host to the school’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, women’s volleyball and acrobatics and tumbling, in addition to benefitting the entire Eugene-Springfield communities as a state-of-the-art venue for concerts, cultural forums and world-class entertainment. Off the field, Mullens was just as excited to witness an accumulated graduation rate of 74 percent among all of the Ducks’ student-athletes, a single-season best six first-team Capital One Academic AllAmericans and 105 academic all-conference honorees. His background is in accounting and auditing, and he promoted sound fiscal management and self-sufficiency at the University of Kentucky. During his total of eight years at Kentucky, the athletic department’s operating budget expanded by nearly 70 percent. Fundraising for the department hit record levels each of the past seven years prior to his departure. Prior to being named deputy director of athletics at Kentucky in 2006, Mullens began as the university’s executive associate director of athletics in 2002. He served at the University of Maryland from 1996 to 2002, starting as assistant director of athletics for business and ultimately as executive senior associate director of athletics and chief of staff. The West Virginia native was senior athletics business manager at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 1994 to 1996, and prior to that he was an accountant/auditor at Ernst & Young in Raleigh, N.C. The 43-year-old Mullens earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s in sport management from West Virginia University in 1991 and 1993, respectively. He and his wife, Jane, have two sons - Cooper and Tanner.

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Rob Mullens Director of Athletics 4th Year

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