STANFORD, Calif. — Junior Saskia McNairy, sophomore Ann Wingeleth and the 4x400-meter relay team set all-time top-10 marks on Sunday to lead the Oregon State track and field team on the final day of the Pac-12 championships.
Wingeleth and McNairy had their first crack at the triple jump this season with both reaching marks to vault them into the top-10 in OSU history. Wingeleth jumped 37 feet, 11½ inches for the eighth-best mark all-time; McNairy set the ninth-best mark of 35-6½.
The 4x400-meter relay team notched the sixth-best time all-time in the final event of the championships late Sunday evening. Nicole Goecke, Kala Kopecek, Tarisa Olinski and Dakota Steen combined for a time of 3 minutes, 51.12 seconds, taking 10th place overall.
The Beavers took 11th place overall in the championships, finishing with 17 team points. USC was crowned champion after scoring 170 points, 16 points ahead of Oregon in second place.
Goecke was the only competitor on Sunday to score team points for the Beavers. She qualified for the finals in the 800 meters Saturday and finished in eighth place Sunday with a time of 2:08.44.
Lindsay McShane had a best throw in the discus on her final attempt, claiming 13th place with a 151-8.
Oregon State had three athletes compete in the 5,000 meters: Juliana Mount (17th, 16:59.17), Holly Cavalluzzo (21st, 17:16.76) and Colette Richter (30th, 17:42.12).