UO relay team takes second.Byline: From Register-Guard and news service reports
Oregon's women's distance medley relay The Distance Medley Relay is an athletic event in which four athletes compete as part of a relay. Unlike most track relays, each member of the team runs a different distance. A Distance Medley Relay is made up of a 1200 meter leg, a 400 meter leg, an 800 meter leg, and a 1600 meter leg - team took second place at the University of Washington Indoor Invitational's first day of track and field action Friday in Seattle.
Dana Buchanan (1,200 meters), Sara Schaaf (400), Rebekah Noble (800) and Amber McGown (1,600) raced to a school-record time of 11 minutes, 22.81 seconds, which beat the NCAA NCAA
National Collegiate Athletic Association provisional mark of 11:28. Stanford won in an NCAA automatic time of 11:06.68.
Meanwhile in separate action in the Pole Vault pole vault
Track-and-field event consisting of a vault for height over a crossbar with the aid of a long pole. It became a competitive sport in the mid-19th century and was included in the first modern Olympic Games. Summit in Reno, Nev., junior Tommy Skipper competed in the elite pole vault section that featured primarily post-collegians.
Skipper cleared his opening height of 17 feet, 8 1/2 inches but missed his three ensuing tries at 18- 1/2 . Brad Walker Brad Walker (born June 21, 1981 in Aberdeen, South Dakota) is an American pole vaulter. High School Years
Walker attended University High School in Spokane, Washington and competed in football and track&field. , the 2005 World Championships silver medalist, won the competition at 18-4 1/2 .
Back in Seattle, Oregon freshman Kalindra McFadden finished second in her pentathlon pentathlon (pĕntăth`lən), composite athletic event. In ancient Greece it comprised leaping, foot racing, wrestling, discus throwing, and casting the javelin. debut (3,850) behind Danielle Ayers-Stamper of Cal Poly Cal Poly may refer to:
In the first day of the men's heptathlon heptathlon: see under decathlon.
Women's athletics competition. Contestants take part in seven different track-and-field events: 100-m hurdles, shot put, high jump, long jump, javelin throw, and 200- and 800-m runs. , Oregon's Cody Fleming was in seventh place after four events with 2,814 points, followed by teammates Brian Bartow (12th, 2,661) and Andrew Young Andrew Jackson Young, Jr. (born March 12, 1932) is an American civil rights activist, former mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, and was the United States' first African-American ambassador to the United Nations. (19th, 2,544).
Former Connecticut all-American and unattached entrant Will Thomas led the field with 3,213 points.
UO wrestling team
wins pair of dual meets
Chris Dearmon beat former Oregon wrestler Cody Parker 7-3 in the heavyweight match to lead the Ducks to a 31-7 Pac-10 Conference victory over Fresno State on Friday night. Oregon (6-4, 4-3) beat Cal State Bakersfield earlier in the day, 24-11.
"For Chris it was something of a grudge match," Oregon coach Chuck Kearney said. `Cody and he were workout partners and fought to be our starter in the heavyweight division the last couple of years.'
Larson earns pin
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CORVALLIS - Oregon State got a pin from 174-pounder Jeremy Larson and major decisions from 197-pounder Dan Pitsch, heavyweight Ty Watterson, 141-pounder Kyle Larson and 157-pounder Tony Hook to beat Cal State Bakersfield 31-9 in Pac-10 Conference wrestling Friday.
The Beavers (8-2-1, 5-1) won the first seven matches to open up a 25-0 lead over Bakersfield (3-6, 2-4).
It was OSU's sixth win in the past seven dual meets.
UO women tennis
sweeps two meets
No. 26 Dominika Dieskova lost only one game over two matches to lead Oregon to victories over Portland and Santa Clara on Friday at the UO Student Tennis Center. It was the first action of the year for the Ducks.
Dieskova swept Kelly Leathers 6-0, 6-0 in Oregon's 6-1 win over Santa Clara. In the first meet of the day, Dieskova beat Jenna Tanzer 6-0, 6-1 in Oregon's 7-0 win over the Pilots.
Former Churchill star Lee
earns national honor
SEATTLE - Washington senior libero Libero can refer to:
Lee led the NCAA champion Huskies with 4.91 digs per match, while headlining a defense that held its opponents to a .138 hitting percentage.
Lee, Washington's all-time career digs leader, ranks second all-time in the Pac-10 (2,038) and is the league's all-time leader in digs per match.
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with win in final event
Washington State won the final event of Friday's meet for a 134.5-127.5 Pac-10 Conference women's swimming victory over Oregon State.
It was the Cougars' first dual-meet win over the Beavers since 2002.
WSU (3-2) touched the wall first in the meet's final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, with a time of 3 minutes, 29.50 seconds. Oregon State (2-8) finished 0.39 seconds behind.
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OSU beats Stanford
in women's gymnastics
CORVALLIS - Jami Lanz and Tasha Smith shared the all-around victory with a score of 39.125 to lead Oregon State to a 195.150-194.125 Pac-10 women's gymnastics victory over Stanford on Friday.
OSU's Tasha Smith won the beam and floor exercise with scores of 9.875 and 9.850, respectively.