Duck Track Teams Wrap Up Action at Pac-10 Champs

May 20, 2001

BERKELEY, Calif. - The University of Oregon men's and women's teams wrapped up final day action at the Pac-10 Championships with two more individual runner-up honors and fifth- and eighth-place team finishes, respectively, at the University of California's Edwards Stadium.

On the men's side, defending champion and junior Jason Boness came up just short in a bid for his second high title, losing in a jump-off at 7-4 1/2 to Stanford's Michael Ponikvar. The Cardinal sophomore cleared his first try at the jump-off height - 7-4 1/2 - , after both finished the competition with final clearances at 7-3, as did eventual third-placer David Jaworski from USC.

'It's been a little bit of a roller coaster year, but I knew I had to be a patient, and it worked out,'Boness said. 'I had been feeling great in practice, and I got some nice attempts early today to get my confidence up. The 7-3 jump was really clean, and I really arced and stayed low over the bar instead of pushing up too high early in the jump and then coming back down on it. The quality of the field was great and that really helped - this has to be the first time in several years that three guys were jumping at the NCAA automatic mark at this meet.'

Boness opened the afternoon with first-attempt clearances at 6-11 and 7-1, then made his second try at 7-3, before missing four tries at 7-4 1/2, including his jump-off. On the NCAA qualifying scene, Boness' final height and NCAA provisional mark of 7-3 stood as a season best by 3/4 inches and will likely earn him his third outdoor NCAA invite since only 11 athletes nationally had cleared 7-3 going into this weekend, with the NCAA field usually featuring 18-21 entrants.

The Casper, Wyo., native is a two-time All-American outdoors already and once indoors, and now prepares for the NCAA Championships in Eugene in 10 days, with the high jump on the first day (Wednesday) of the meet.

In the 110 hurdles, junior Micah Harris eclipsed the 14.0-second mark for the fourth time this season (second, 13.83) and was just off his season best of 13.79. Sophomore teammate Terry Ellis fought off a tight hamstring and added points for the second straight year (seventh, 14.48). The nation's second fastest hurdler, Washington State's Arend Watkins, won the race (13.62).

'I was relaxed and confident coming in,' Harris said. 'Coach (Martin) Smith had some really great words in his speech before the meet, and I was pumped up and focused coming in. During the race I got out well and stayed controlled. I only had a slight slip after the seventh hurdle, so I had to slow a little to steady myself, but I was able to regain my speed and finish it off.'

In the 400 hurdles, the Ducks also featured a pair of scorers - junior Santiago Lorenzo (fifth, 52.19) and junior Tim Overfield (sixth, 52.33).

Other final-day scorers for the men included sophomore Samie Parker (100, 10.67), junior Ross Krempley (800, sixth, season best 1:51.48), sophomore Foluso Akinradewo (triple jump, seventh, 48-10 3/4) and redshirt junior John Bello (discus, sixth, 179-10).

Ducks competing Sunday but finishing out of the top eight and scoring honors included redshirt senior Michael Kasahun (5,000, 14th, 14:39.17) and sophomore Jake Horner (ninth, 6-5), .

Overall, Stanford won its first men's conference title in 74 years with 142 points, edging USC (second, 136), UCLA, (115 1/2), Arizona State (fourth, 109 1/2) and Oregon (fifth, 86 1/2).

The Ducks had entered the final event in sixth place, but climbed a spot thanks to their 4x400 relay effort (seventh, 3:14.80)- the meet's final event - and just edging California (fifth, 3:10.52) who needed fo finish third or higher in the 4x400 to take fifth in the team standings.

'I thought every kid on the team gave a scrappy performance,' Oregon men's head coach Martin Smith said. 'Individually, we had two Pac-10 winners, and two other runner-ups with one of those, Jason Boness, adding himself to the NCAA meet. The real story for us was all those fourth's, fifth's, sixth's, seventh's and eighth's - it's real easy for somebody to turn it off at the end of the race, but they hung in there and fought for those points. The goal coming in was to try and move up into the top half of the conference, and we knew we would have to have an excellent meet to do that, especially after losing a guy like Simon (Kimata) in Texas a few weeks ago to a hamstring injury. I thought in general we showed strong improvement, and we need to continue to work hard and raise the level of our training intelligently, and continue to recruit hard.'

On the women's side, the Duck women were again paced by their field event performers, including key scoring efforts in the pole vault, discus and hammer.

On the pole vault runway, the Ducks featured four finishers in the top 12 overall, paced by All-America junior Niki Reed (seventh, 12-11), redshirt senior Holly Speight (ninth, 12-7 1/4), while freshman Kirsten Riley (10th, 12-7 1/4) and redshirt sophomore Georgette Moyle (11th, 12-7 3/4) scored 6 3/4-inch personal bests. The latter duo of Riley and Moyle easily exceeded their pre-meet seedings of 12th and 18th.

'I was hoping to go higher than I did,' Reed said, 'and just barely missed one of my attempts at 13-5. Overall, I felt good coming in and the conditions were good.'

Sophomore thrower Mary Etter led Oregon in the discus with a fourth-place finish and mark of 168-8, while junior Maureen Morrison posted a season best of 160-7 to finish seventh - one place better than her pre-meet seeding. Sophomore Jordan McDaniels finished 11th in her first appearance in the event at the Pac-10 meet (136-8).

The Ducks were equally proficient in the hammer ring as Morrison took seventh (185-4) with a mark less than a foot off her school record and season best of 186-6. McDaniels and Etter followed in 11th and 12th places, respectively, with marks of 172-6 and 170-9.

Morrison's effort capped a career as a Duck with Pac-10 points for the third year in the hammer or discus, while Etter scored her second honor in the discus.

On the high jump, sophomore Jenny Brogdon just missed scoring with a ninth-place finish (5-7), with freshman Rachael Kriz close behind in 11th place (5-5).

On the track, the sprint corps ended the day with another point in the team race thanks to their eighth-place finish (3:47.86), one place better than their pre-meet seeding.

Remaining Duck competitors that competed in Sunday's finals but did not score included freshman Annette Mosey (1,500, 11th, 4:48.77), senior Hanna Smedstad (5,000, ninth, 16:53.89),

'I thought we competed really well but we were outmatched, and many of the really good performances we had didn't show much for points,' Oregon women's head coach Tom Heinonen said. 'The people who came here for us did the best they could, but we needed to have our full team here and some key injuries held us back. Looking back, I counted that we had nine personal bests and three new NCAA provisional qualifiers. Sally's throws group accounted for a majority of our points, and the pole vault really went for us. Kirsten and Georgette were astonishing, and Holly also PR'ed. The pole vault keeps getting better in the conference and the nation, and our vaulters are keeping pace. I also liked how Hanna fought in the 5K, although we wished she could have been rewarded with points in her final collegiate race.'

UCLA won a tight team race with 155 points, narrowly edging USC (153) who dropped the baton near the end of the third leg of the final event, the 4x400. UCLA won the event en route to the team championship, while USC's fifth-place finish in the 4x400 proved the final difference as the Trojans entered the race seeded second.

Looking ahead, the Duck men and women have a week off before their season finale, the NCAA Championships, return to Hayward Field for the ninth time. The four-day meet will run from Wed.-Sat., May 30-June 2, and tickets are available at 1-800-WEB-FOOT.


FINAL SECOND DAY RESULTS

2001 Pacific-10 Championships
Edwards Stadium
University of California
Sunday, May 20, 2001

Men's Team Scores - 1, Stanford, 142. 2, USC, 136. 3, UCLA, 115 1/2. 4, Arizona State, 109 1/2. 5, Oregon, 86 1/2. 6, California, 85. 7, Washington State, 67 1/2. 8, Washington, 42. 9, Arizona, 32.

Men's 100 Meter Dash Wind: -0.41, Marcus Brunson, Arizona St, 10.21 P. 2, Sultan McCullough, USC, 10.33 P. 3, Anson Henry, Washington St, 10.47. 4, Ja'Warren Hooker, Washington, 10.51. 5, Devon Ward, USC, 10.56. 6, Anthony Buchanan, Washington St, 10.56. 7, Darrell Rideaux, USC, 10.59. 8, Samie Parker, Oregon, 10.67.

Men's 200 Meter Dash Wind: +2.3 M/S1, Marcus Brunson, Arizona St, 20.62 P. 2, Andre Ammons, USC, 20.96. 3, Devon Ward, USC, 21.08. 4, Pedro Lopez, Arizona St, 21.28. 5, Michael Lipscomb, UCLA, 21.43. 6, Phillip Pipersburg, California, 21.60. 7, Stanley Wilson, Stanford, 21.61.

Men's 400 Meter Dash1, Tony Berrian, Arizona St, 45.85 P. 2, Mike Kenyon, Arizona, 46.02 P. 3, Michael Campbell, Arizona St, 46.28. 4, Jason Barton, Arizona St, 46.40. 5, Andre Ammons, USC, 46.65. 6, Denye Versher, UCLA, 47.54. 7, Rodney Diggs, UCLA, 47.59. 8, Matt Lea, Arizona, 47.89.

Men's 800 Meter Run1, Michael Stember, Stanford, 1:50.02. 2, Kevin Elliot, USC, 1:50.46. 3, Gabriel Jennings, Stanford, 1:51.09. 4, Mark Hassell, Stanford, 1:51.26. 5, Ryan Carroll, Stanford, 1:51.43. 6, Ross Krempley, Oregon, 1:51.48. 7, Paul Muite, UCLA, 1:52.07. 8, David Burke, Arizona St, 1:54.06.

Men's 1500 Meter Run Final1, Gabriel Jennings, Stanford, 3:43.30 P. 2, Donald Sage, Stanford, 3:43.70 P. 3, Grant Robison, Stanford, 3:44.13 P. 4, Jonathon Riley, Stanford, 3:44.47 P. 5, Brandon Strong, Arizona St, 3:45.86. 6, John Collin, California, 3:46.60. 7, Phillip Prince, Arizona St, 3:46.74. 8, Ian Johnson, Washington St, 3:49.23. 9, Cheyne Jones, Arizona St, 3:50.44. 10, Dustin Duke, Washington, 3:56.67.

Men's 5000 Meter Run Final1, Bolota Asmerom, California, 14:07.23. 2, Jonathon Riley, Stanford, 14:10.55. 3, David Bazzi, Washington, 14:12.04. 4, Donald Sage, Stanford, 14:14.08. 5, Seth Hejny, Stanford, 14:16.31. 6, Grant Robison, Stanford, 14:16.45. 7, Fasil Bizuneh, Arizona St, 14:24.81. 8, Will Bernaldo, UCLA, 14:25.38. 9, Girmay Guangul, California, 14:26.15. 10, Daniel Parris, Stanford, 14:26.72. 11, Jesse Thomas, Stanford, 14:28.27. 12, Jason Fayant, Washington, 14:33.81. 13, Thomas Murley, Stanford, 14:36.74. 14, Michael Kasahun, Oregon, 14:39.17. 15, Adam Tenforde, Stanford, 14:42.80. 16, Ronnie Buchanan, Arizona St, 14:47.63. 17, Mike Cramer, Arizona, 14:52.62. 18, William Thrift, Washington St, 14:55.54. 19, Steve Smith, Arizona, 14:59.08. 20, Matt Mcinvale, Arizona, 15:11.79. 21, David Lopez, Arizona, 15:21.11.

Men's 110 Hurdles Wind: -0.71, Arend Watkins, Washington St, 13.62 AP. 2, Micah Harris, Oregon, 13.83 P. 3, Anthony Galaviz, Arizona St, 13.94. 4, Ryan Wilson, USC, 13.95. 5, Charles Ryan, UCLA, 14.09. 6, Djeke Mambo, USC, 14.44. 7, Terry Ellis, Oregon, 14.48. 8, Eric Dudley, Washington St, 14.54.

Men's 400 Meter Hurdles1, Eric Dudley, Washington St, 50.53 P. 2, Ryan Wilson, USC, 50.89 P. 3, John Hall, UCLA, 51.61. 4, Ahmad Wright, California, 51.84. 5, Santiago Lorenzo, Oregon, 52.19. 6, Tim Overfield, Oregon, 52.33. 7, John Barbieri, UCLA, 52.43.

Men's 4x100 Meter Relay Finals1, USC, 39.74 P. 2, ARIZONA, 40.36. 3, CALIFORNIA, 40.49. 4, WASHINGTON ST, 40.68. 5, WASHINGTON, 40.93. 6, STANFORD, 41.13. 7, UCLA, 41.14.

Men's 4x400 Meter Relay Timed-Section Final1, ARIZONA ST, 3:05.34 P. 2, USC, 3:06.71 P. 3, ARIZONA, 3:08.18. 4, UCLA, 3:09.47. 5, CALIFORNIA, 3:10.52. 6, WASHINGTON ST, 3:13.66. 7, OREGON, 3:14.80. 8, STANFORD, 3:16.88.

Men's High Jump Final1, Michael Ponikvar, Stanford, 7'04.50' AP (2.25m). 2, Jason Boness, Oregon, 7'03.00' P (2.21m). 3, David Jaworski, USC, 7'03.00' P (2.21m). 4, Casey Clark, Arizona St, 6'11.00' (2.11m). 4, Joel Perry, Washington, 6'11.00' (2.11m). 6, Todd Beyerlein, Stanford, 6'11.00' (2.11m). 7, Sean Steele, Washington, 6'09.00' (2.06m). 8, Jason Gatewood, California, 6'07.00' (2.01m). 9, Jake Horner, Oregon, 6'05.00' (1.96m). 9, Frank Remund, Washington, 6'05.00' (1.96m).

Men's Pole Vault Final1, Denis Kholev, USC, 18'04.50' AP (5.60m). 2, Bubba McLean, California, 17'03.00' (5.26m). 3, Jared Drake, UCLA, 17'03.00' (5.26m). 4, Trevor Woods, Oregon, 17'03.00' (5.26m). 5, Yoo Kim, UCLA, 16'11.00' (5.16m). 6, Cody Howell, Oregon, 16'11.00' (5.16m). 7, Jeffrey Ryan, USC, 16'07.25' (5.06m). 8, Jason Slye, Oregon, 15'11.25' (4.86m). 8, Bryan Preuss, Washington St, 15'11.25' (4.86m). 10, Rick Collins, Washington St, 15'11.25' (4.86m). 10, Chris Chappell, Arizona, 15'11.25' (4.86m).

Men's Triple Jump Final1, Djeke Mambo, USC, 53'02.75' P (16.22m) (+0.7). 2, Vincent Ibia, California, 50'05.25' (15.37m) (+2.3). 3, Marcus Kelly, Washington, 49'08.25' (15.14m) (+1.7). 4, Juane Armon, UCLA, 49'08.25' (15.14m) (+1.9). 5, Justin Cox, USC, 49'01.75' (14.98m) (+0.4). 6, David Kurien, UCLA, 49'00.75' (14.95m) (+0.1). 7, Foluso Akinradewo, Oregon, 48'10.75' (14.90m) (-1.7). 8, Milton Little, Stanford, 48'10.25' (14.89m) (+1.6). 9, Warrick McDowell, Stanford, 46'11.50' (14.31m). 10, Tyriff Rudder, Washington, 45'10.00' (13.97m). 11, Oliver Jackson, UCLA, 45'07.00' (13.89m).

Men's Discus Final1, Scott Moser, UCLA, 199'04' AP (60.76m). 2, Dan Ames, UCLA, 190'02' P (57.96m). 3, David Wood, Arizona St, 187'01' P (57.02m). 4, Scott Wiegand, UCLA, 184'09' P (56.32m). 5, Omer Inan, Stanford, 184'03' P (56.16m). 6, John Bello, Oregon, 179'10' (54.82m). 7, Eric Logvin, Arizona St, 177'04' (54.06m). 8, Tony Miranda, California, 170'10' (52.08m). 9, Sam Lightbody, Washington St, 169'04' (51.62m). 10, Mike Rexroth, Arizona, 164'07' (50.16m). 11, Ryan Moore, Arizona, 163'08' (49.88m). 12, Mat Schwinn, Washington, 159'06' (48.62m).



Women's Team Scores - 1, UCLA, 155. 2, USC, 153. 3, Stanford, 120 1/2. 4, Washington State, 101 1/2. 5, Arizona State, 89. 6, Arizona, 77. 7, California, 54. 8, Oregon, 35. 9, Washington, 33.

Women's 100 Meter Dash Wind: -0.8 M/S1, Brianna Glenn, Arizona, 11.39 P. 2, Candace Young, USC, 11.57. 3, Kinshasa Davis, USC, 11.69. 4, Hasani Roseby, UCLA, 11.73. 5, Tiffany Greer, Arizona St, 11.76. 6, Disia Page, USC, 11.89. 7, Zhantel Holman, California, 11.92. 8, Sharesa Turner, Arizona St, 11.95.

Women's 200 Meter Dash Wind: -0.4 M/S1, Brianna Glenn, Arizona, 23.26 P. 2, Angela Williams, USC, 23.27 P. 3, Kinshasa Davis, USC, 23.32 P. 4, Shakeda Jones, UCLA, 23.44 P. 5, Adia McKinnon, UCLA, 24.04. 6, Erin Reed, Washington St, 24.09. 7, Jayna Smith, Stanford, 24.17. 8, Tiffany Greer, Arizona St, 24.66.

Women's 400 Meter Dash1, Adia McKinnon, UCLA, 0:52.69 P. 2, Joni Smith, Arizona St, 0:53.34 P. 3, Arlaina Davis, Arizona St, 0:53.94. 4, Carla Estes, USC, 0:54.04. 5, Teresa Frierson, Arizona, 0:54.50. 6, Erin Reed, Washington St, 0:54.93. 7, Nicole Gaskins, UCLA, 0:55.43. 8, Jayna Smith, Stanford, 1:00.55.

Women's 800 Meter Run1, Brigita Langerholc, USC, 2:02.03 A. 2, Aleksandra Deren, USC, 2:05.06 P. 3, Lena Nilsson, UCLA, 2:06.08 P. 4, Ysanne Williams, UCLA, 2:06.78 P. 5, Jessica Marr, UCLA, 2:06.83 P. 6, Tiffany Burgess, UCLA, 2:06.92 P. 7, Lindsay Hyatt, Stanford, 2:08.13. 8, Maurica Carlucci, Stanford, 2:08.80.

Women's 1500 Meter Run Final1, Sally Glynn, Stanford, 4:16.98 AP. 2, Lauren Fleshman, Stanford, 4:17.73 AP. 3, Ashley Couper, Stanford, 4:18.57 AP. 4, Malindi Elmore, Stanford, 4:18.69 AP. 5, Erin Doherty, Arizona, 4:19.42 P. 6, Lucyna Ligaj, USC, 4:22.77 P. 7, Gillian Palmer, Washington, 4:24.62. 8, Beth Hoge, Arizona, 4:28.66. 9, Jennifer Burris, Arizona, 4:35.43. 10, Candi Criscione, Arizona St, 4:45.10. 11, Annette Mosey, Oregon, 4:48.77.

Women's 5000 Meter Run Final1, Kelly MacDonald, Arizona St, 16:22.75 P. 2, Sally Glynn, Stanford, 16:30.21 P. 3, Anna Aoki, Washington, 16:33.44 P. 4, Erin Sullivan, Stanford, 16:36.96 P. 5, Tara Chaplin, Arizona, 16:43.73 P. 6, Laura Turner, Stanford, 16:47.87 P. 7, Heather Tanner, Stanford, 16:48.51. 8, Anne Gunnison, Stanford, 16:52.15. 9, Hanna Smedstad, Oregon, 16:53.89. 10, Katrin Engelen, Arizona, 16:58.07. 11, Brianna Torres, Arizona St, 17:01.27. 12, Anna Blue, Washington St, 17:04.32. 13, Elena Villareal, Stanford, 17:04.39. 14, Jennifer Hurbis, Arizona St, 17:09.32. 15, Nicole Gurnicz, Arizona, 17:11.08. 16, Ryan Gilmore, Washington St, 17:13.51. 17, Kate Bradshaw, Washington, 17:16.46. 18, Lucyna Ligaj, USC, 17:36.03. 19, Marielle Schlueter, California, 17:48.84.

Women's 100 Hurdles Wind: -2.4 M/S1, Michelle Perry, UCLA, 13.50 P. 2, Agneta Rosenblad, Washington St, 13.71. 3, Natasha Neal, USC, 13.80. 4, Sheena Johnson, UCLA, 13.82. 5, Seneca Holmes, Arizona St, 13.90. 6, Ellannee Richardson, Washington St, 14.04. 7, Lindsey Johnson, Stanford, 14.08. 8, alexandra Komnos, Arizona, 14.12.

Women's 400 Meter Hurdles1, Sheena Johnson, UCLA, 0:56.02 A. 2, Michelle Perry, UCLA, 0:57.21 A. 3, Natasha Neal, USC, 0:57.73 P. 4, Randi Smith, Washington St, 0:57.77 P. 5, Candida Coulson, Arizona St, 0:58.68 P. 6, Seneca Holmes, Arizona St, 1:00.23. 7, Danielle Spurlock, Stanford, 1:03.15.

Women's 4x100 Meter Relay Final1, USC, 43.64 AP. 2, UCLA, 43.64 AP. 3, WASHINGTON ST, 45.16. 4, ARIZONA ST, 45.26. 5, ARIZONA, 46.04. 6, CALIFORNIA, 46.06. 7, WASHINGTON, 46.21. 8, STANFORD, 46.86.

Women's 4x400 Meter Relay Timed-Section Final1, UCLA, 3:32.82 A. 2, ARIZONA ST, 3:33.96 P. 3, WASHINGTON ST, 3:37.42 P. 4, CALIFORNIA, 3:43.66. 5, USC, 3:45.61. 6, STANFORD, 3:46.11. 7, WASHINGTON, 3:47.00. 8, OREGON, 3:47.86. 9, ARIZONA, 3:51.11.

Women's High Jump Final1, Whitney Evans, Washington St, 5'10.75' P (1.80m). 2, Darnesha Griffith, UCLA, 5'10.75' P (1.80m). 3, Liz Giltner, Arizona, 5'08.75' (1.75m). 4, Lauren Dudugjian, California, 5'08.75' (1.75m). 5, Cynthia Mallory, California, 5'08.75' (1.75m). 6, Spring Harris, USC, 5'08.75' (1.75m). 7, Julie Tinker, Stanford, 5'07.00' (1.70m). 7, Briana Willis, Washington St, 5'07.00' (1.70m). 9, Jenny Brogdon, Oregon, 5'07.00' (1.70m). 10, Tiffany Barnett, California, 5'07.00' (1.70m). 11, Rachel Kriz, Oregon, 5'05.00' (1.65m). 12, Julie Stevenson, UCLA, 5'05.00' (1.65m). 13, Kimberly Stone, Stanford, 5'05.00' (1.65m). 14, Heather Newlin, UCLA, 5'05.00' (1.65m). 15, Olivia Mazzaglia, Arizona St, 5'03.00' (1.60m).

Women's Pole Vault Final1, Tracy O'Hara, UCLA, 14'01.25' AP (4.30m). 2, Andrea Dutoit, Arizona, 13'09.25' AP (4.20m). 3, Jeannette Martus, Washington St, 13'03.00' P (4.04m). 4, Kathleen Donoghue, Stanford, 13'03.00' P (4.04m). 5, Amy Linnen, Arizona, 13'03.00' P (4.04m). 6, Maria Lopez, California, 12'11.00' P (3.94m). 7, Niki Reed, Oregon, 12'11.00' P (3.94m). 8, Erica Hoernig, UCLA, 12'11.00' P (3.94m). 9, Holly Speight, Oregon, 12'07.25' P (3.84m). 10, Kirsten Riley, Oregon, 12'07.25' P (3.84m). 11, Georgette Moyle, Oregon, 12'07.25' P (3.84m). 12, Leora Ward, California, 12'03.25' (3.74m). 13, Heather Sickler, UCLA, 12'03.25' (3.74m). 14, Karla McGee, Washington St, 12'03.25' (3.74m). 15, Sarah Jacobs, Arizona, 11'11.25' (3.64m). 16, Karina Elstrom, Oregon, 11'07.25' (3.54m). 17, Alexis Jamie, Washington, 11'07.25' (3.54m). 18, Stephanie Robinett, Washington St, 11'07.25' (3.54m).

Women's Triple Jump Final Wind: +0.81, Tatyana Obuhova, USC, 42'04.25' P (12.91m) ((0.8). 2, Shawna Adkins, California, 41'01.75' (12.54m) (-0.6). 3, Kristee Porter, UCLA, 40'11.75' (12.49m) (+0.4). 4, Valerie Williams, Arizona St, 40'07.75' (12.39m) (+1.1). 5, Shannon Overly, Stanford, 40'02.75' (12.26m) (+1.6). 6, Stephanie Jones, USC, 39'10.00' (12.14m) (-0.6). 7, Blessing Ufodiana, Washington St, 39'04.50' (12m) (+1.6). 8, Takisha Morgan, Arizona, 38'09.50' (11.82m) (+0.5). 9, Olivia Mazzaglia, Arizona St, 38'00.25' (11.59m). 10, Brittiny Roberts, Washington, 36'11.75' (11.27m). 11, Allison Eldridge, Washington St, 36'04.75' (11.09m). 12, Eboni Grayson, UCLA, 34'11.00' (10.64m). 12, Julie Stevenson, UCLA, 34'11.00' (10.64m).

Women's Discus Final1, Chaniqua Ross, UCLA, 177'03' P (54.04m). 2, Dana Lawson, California, 175'11' P (53.62m). 3, Andrea Thornton, Washington St, 172'01' P (52.46m). 4, Mary Etter, Oregon, 168'08' P (51.42m). 5, Cynthia Ademiluyi, USC, 168'04' P (51.30m). 6, Lara Saye, UCLA, 162'01' (49.40m). 7, Maureen Morrison, Oregon, 160'07' (48.94m). 8, Jennifer Joyce, California, 151'00' (46.02m). 9, Sheni Russell, California, 147'11' (45.08m). 10, Jillian Camarena, Stanford, 144'07' (44.06m). 11, Yolanda Meservey, Arizona St, 139'02' (42.42m). 12, Jordan McDaniels, Oregon, 136'08' (41.66m). 13, Angela Foster, Arizona, 134'03' (40.92m). 14, Adrienne Judie, Arizona St, 132'05' (40.36m). 15, Shannon Rance, Washington St, 131'04' (40.04m).

Women's Hammer Final1, Christina Tolson, UCLA, 214'07' A (65.42m). 2, Julianna Tudja, USC, 206'09' A (63.02m). 3, Jennifer Joyce, California, 203'03' A (61.96m). 4, Andrea Thornton, Washington St, 194'03' P (59.20m). 5, Angela Foster, Arizona, 193'04' P (58.92m). 6, Adrienne Judie, Arizona St, 188'09' P (57.54m). 7, Maureen Morrison, Oregon, 185'04' P (56.50m). 8, L'Orangerie Crawford, USC, 183'09' P (56m). 9, Dana Lawson, California, 179'05' (54.68m). 10, Maureen Onyeagbako, Stanford, 174'04' (53.14m). 11, Jordan McDaniels, Oregon, 172'06' (52.58m). 12, Mary Etter, Oregon, 170'09' (52.06m). 13, Becky Potter, Washington St, 168'03' (51.28m). 14, Nicole Kraus, Arizona, 166'07' (50.78m). 15, Kameko Gay, Washington, 158'02' (48.22m).

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