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Weekend Wrap | OSUHP/Desert Heat

May 2, 2022

EUGENE, Ore. – During its penultimate weekend of the regular season, the Oregon track and field team added five more top-25 national marks during the Desert Heat Classic in Tucson, Ariz. The UO women led the way with a top-five time in the country from the 4x100-meter relay team of Jadyn Mays, Kemba Nelson, Jasmin Reed and Jasmine Montgomery.
 
In Monday's release of the USTFCCCA poll, the Men and Women of Oregon check in as the No. 7 and 9 teams in the country, respectively. The Oregon women remain in the top 10 for a sixth-straight week to start the outdoor campaign.
 
Collectively, the Ducks registered 12 wins and six top-10 program performances between the two-day OSU High Performance in Corvallis and the Desert Heat Classic.
 
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Winners' Circle (12)
(at OSU High Performance)
Travis Brewster Jr. – discus
Emilie Girard – 1500 meters
Dania Holmberg – 5,000 meters
Pierce LaCoste – long jump
Caramia Mestler – 10,000 meters
Mia Moerck – 800 meters
 
(at Desert Heat Classic)
Kemba Nelson – 100 & 200 meters
Micah Williams – 100 & 200 meters
Rieker Daniel/Micah Williams/Will Mundy/Xavier Nairne – 4x100m
Jadyn Mays/Kemba Nelson/Jasmin Reed/Jasmine Montgomery – 4x100m
 
All-Time Top 10 at Oregon
#3 – Micah Williams, 200m – 20.35
#7 – Rieker Daniel/Micah Williams/Will Mundy/Xavier Nairne, 4x100m – 39.12
#7 – Jadyn Mays/Kemba Nelson/Jasmin Reed/Jasmine Montgomery – 42.93
#8 – Jadyn Mays, 100m – 11.16
#8 – Shana Grebo, 100m hurdles – 13.51
#10 – Kemba Nelson, 200m – 22.80
 
Top 25 in the NCAA This Season | * - from OSU High Performance/Desert Heat Classic
Men's 100 Meters
2. Micah Williams – 9.83
 
Women's 100 Meters
10. Kemba Nelson – 11.09
18. Jadyn Mays – 11.16*
 
Men's 200 Meters
15. Micah Williams – 20.35*
24. Ryan Mulholland – 20.49
 
Women's 200 Meters
12. Jadyn Mays – 22.80
12. Kemba Nelson – 22.80*
21. Iman Brown – 22.92
 
Men's 1500 Meters
3. Reed Brown – 3:36.44
 
Women's 1500 Meters
11. Izzy Thornton-Bott – 4:13.75
 
Men's 5,000 Meters
15. Aaron Bienenfeld – 13:28.13
 
Men's 400m Hurdles
21. Will Mundy – 50.71*
 
Women's 400m Hurdles
7. Shana Grebo – 56.28
 
Women's Steeplechase
6. Aneta Konieczek – 9:44.72
 
Men's 4x100m Relay#
5. Ryan Mulholland/Micah Williams/Will Mundy/Xavier Nairne – 38.83
 
Women's 4x100m Relay#
5. Jadyn Mays/Kemba Nelson/Jasmin Reed/Jasmine Montgomery – 42.93*
 
Women's 4x400m Relay#
15. Ella Clayton/Shaniya Hall/Katriina Wright/Shana Grebo – 3:31.96
 
Women's High Jump
22. Tori Sloan – 1.81m/5-11.25
 
Women's Long Jump
8. Alysah Hickey – 6.60m/21-8
 
Men's Triple Jump
1. Emmanuel Ihemeje – 17.00m/55-9.25
 
Women's Triple Jump
8. Lexi Ellis – 13.57m/44-6.25
18. Dominique Rutolo – 13.33m/43-8.75
 
Women's Shot Put
17. Mine De Klerk – 17.19m/56-4.75
18. Jaida Ross – 17.13m/56-2.5
 
Men's Javelin
6. Ty Hampton – 77.08m/252-10
 
Heptathlon
24. Taylor Chocek – 5,514 points
 
Decathlon
5. Max Vollmer – 8,022 points
 
At the end of conference weekend, the top 48 declared individuals—24 for relays—in the region will advance to the NCAA West Preliminary (May 25-28) in Fayetteville, Ark. The top 12 from each regional will then qualify for the 2022 NCAA Championships (June 8-11) in Eugene.
 
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