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Beavers Take First at OSU PNW Team Clash

Mar 13, 2021

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State track and field team finished in first-place at the OSU PNW Team Clash on Saturday at the Whyte Track and Field Center.
 
The Beavers posted 262 points, followed by Eastern Washington (190) and Seattle (104) to round out the top-three.
 
OSU swept the top three spots in the 1500 meter run with Mari Friedman clocking a first-place finish of 4:29.07. Rebecca Ledsham (4:29.39) finished second and Gabby Peterson (4:33.67) took third.
 
In the 100 meter hurdles, it was Claire Corbitt giving the Beavers another 10 team points with a time of 14.85 and taking first.
 
The Combo of Tarisa Olinski and Paige Sefried registered 16 points for OSU in the 400 meter dash. Olinski finished in first in a time of 57.28 and Sefried earned second with a finish of 58.94.
 
Adael Scatena posted a 1:03.70 finish in the 400 meter hurdles to come in first-place.
 
Oregon State ran the 4x400 meter relay in a total time of 3:55.47, finishing first.
 
In the field, the Beavers claimed six individual wins that included two from Lindsey McShane. She finished first in the hammer throw (60.58 m) and discus (45.46 m).
 
At a height of 1.68 meters on the high jump, Delaney Bahn notched a first-place finish.
 
Jordynn Slater, Keely McLaughlin, and Madison Lyon all came in first in their respective events. Slater recorded a 49.54m javelin throw, while McLaughlin posted a shot put distance of 14.23m. Lyon competed in the triple jump where she finished with a distance of 12.15m.
 
Next up: Oregon State travels up to Portland to Lewis and Clark on Mar. 19 and 20.
 
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