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Oregon Track Starting Off the Season Right

Oregon Track Starting Off the Season Right

Sam Legge
Reported by Sam Legge on January 16, 2013
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It’s exciting to think about where Oregon track what Oregon track has the potential to accomplish by the end of this year. On Saturday, the Ducks racked up 12 wins in the Blue and Orange season opener. In the women’s 60m, Jenna Prandini ran a 7.48 which is the 4th fastest time in school history. Sophomore Arthur Delaney won the 60m as well, running a personal best 6.84.

Lauren Crockett cleared 5-8.75/1.75m and won the women’s high jump and Phyllis Francis ran a 23.91 to win the women’s 200m. Oregon also took the long jump with Trevor Ferguson putting up a jump of 23-4/7.11m and the triple jump with Tyler Pinkney winning the event. These are only a few of the many impressive performances by the Ducks on Saturday.

With the season just beginning and so many Ducks setting so many personal bests and records, it’s going to be very exciting to see where this season takes Oregon, especially when the outdoor season begins. If history repeats itself, look for Oregon to make noise this year in track and field.

 


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Sam LeggeSam Legge is a sophomore at the University of Oregon majoring in journalism. He is from Denver, Colorado and has been a huge football fan his whole life. Sam played rugby, golf, and boxed in high school and has a huge passion for sports as well as writing and photography. He chose University of Oregon over Colorado at Boulder mainly for Oregon's athletic prestige, and has since been to every home game at Autzen as well as many basketball games. Sam hopes to use his creative writing skills to provide interesting perspectives on Oregon sports coverage. He welcomes your feedback.View all posts by Sam Legge →


 

 

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