Oregon women's triple crown caps 2017 Pac-12 Track & Field season

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2017 PAC-12 TRACK & FIELD - WOMEN'S REVIEW

The OREGON women’s track & field team captured the NCAA outdoor championship at Hayward Field on June 10 to become the first women’s program to complete the “triple crown.” The Ducks also won this season’s NCAA cross country and indoor track & field crowns to achieve the trifecta. The championship is the third all-time outdoor national title for the Oregon women, including their second in the past three years, and the eighth overall for Pac-12 programs with five coming since 2001.

2017 NCAA OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
WOMEN’S TEAM RESULTS (Top 3 and Pac-12 scorers only)
1. OREGON - 64
2. Georgia - 62.2
3. USC - 43
10. ARIZONA STATE - 21
12. COLORADO - 16
T13. STANFORD - 15
T21. ARIZONA - 10
T43. WASHINGTON - 5
T48. UTAH - 4
T52. WASHINGTON STATE - 3

WOMEN’S NCAA EVENT CHAMPIONS
800-meter run: Raevyn Rogers, OREGON
400-meter hurdles: Sage Watson, ARIZONA
400-meter relay: OREGON (Dunmore, Stevens, Guster, Rogers)
Hammer throw: Maggie Ewen, ARIZONA STATE

Athletes from the Pac-12 totaled 47 First Team All-America honors, headlined by three apiece from ARIZONA STATE’S Maggie Ewen and OREGON’s Deajah Stevens.

Led by triple-crown winning OREGON, a national-best four Pac-12 programs finished in the top 19 of the 2016-17 USTFCCCA National Program of the Year rankings - No. 1 Oregon, No. 2 COLORADO, T-No. 3 STANFORD and No. 16 WASHINGTON.

Four all-time Pac-12 marks were set in 2017, including three by OREGON:
200-meter dash: Deajah Stevens, ORE (22.09)
100-meter relay: OREGON (42.12)
400-meter relay: OREGON (3:23.13)
Hammer throw: Maggie Ewen, ASU (73.32m)

AWARD WINNERS/NOMINEES

USTFCCCA The Bowerman Award finalists (2 of 3): Maggie Ewen, ARIZONA STATE; Raevyn Rogers, OREGON

USTFCCCA National Women’s Track Athlete of the Year: Raevyn Rogers, OREGON
USTFCCCA National Women’s Field Athlete of the Year: Maggie Ewen, ARIZONA STATE
USTFCCCA National Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year: Curtis Taylor, OREGON

USTFCCCA West Region Women's Track Athlete of the Year: Deajah Stevens, OREGON
USTFCCCA West Region Women's Field Athlete of the Year: Maggie Ewen, ARIZONA STATE
USTFCCCA West Region Women's Assistant Coach of the Year: Curtis Taylor, OREGON

Pac-12 Women's Track Athlete of the Year: Deajah Stevens, OREGON
Pac-12 Women's Field Athlete of the Year: Maggie Ewen, ARIZONA STATE
Pac-12 Women's Freshman of the Year: Anna Cockrell, USC
Pac-12 Women's Coach of the Year: Robert Johnson, OREGON

2017 PAC-12 TRACK & FIELD - MEN'S REVIEW

The OREGON men’s track & field team totaled 19.5 points to lead the nine Pac-12 teams in the 2017 NCAA Championships field with a ninth-place finish. It marked the ninth consecutive top-10 showing for the Ducks at the NCAA outdoor meet.

STANFORD sophomore Grant Fisher was the Pac-12’s lone individual men’s event winner, becoming the first American underclassman in 28 years to win the 5,000-meter run (14:35.60). It helped extend the Conference’s streak of at least one event champion at the NCAA outdoor meet dating back to 1960.

2017 NCAA OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
MEN’S TEAM RESULTS (Top 3 and Pac-12 scorers only)
1. Florida - 61.5
2. Texas A&M - 59.5
3. Virginia - 36
9. OREGON - 19.5
T20. USC - 14
T26. STANFORD - 10
T33. UCLA - 8
T41. ARIZONA - 6
T59. COLORADO - 4
T69. CALIFORNIA - 2
T74. ARIZONA STATE - 1

MEN’S NCAA EVENT CHAMPIONS
5,000-meter run: Grant Fisher, STANFORD

Athletes from the Pac-12 totaled 20 First Team All-America accolades, highlighted by multiple honors for OREGON’s Kyree King (three) and Marcus Chambers (two).

Paced by its ninth-place NCAA outdoor finish, Oregon paced a national-best four Pac-12 teams in the 2016-17 USTFCCCA National Program of the Year standings - No. 2 Oregon, No. 11 STANFORD, No. 12 COLORADO and No. 18 CALIFORNIA.

AWARD WINNERS
USTFCCCA West Region Men's Track Athlete of the Year: Kyree King, OREGON
USTFCCCA West Region Men's Field Athlete of the Year: Eric Sloan, USC
USTFCCCA West Region Men's Coach of the Year: Robert Johnson, OREGON
USTFCCCA West Region Men's Assistant Coach of the Year: Andy Powell, OREGON

Pac-12 Men's Track Athlete of the Year: Kyree King, OREGON
Pac-12 Men's Field Athlete of the Year: Isaiah Holmes, UCLA
Pac-12 Men's Freshman of the Year: Isaiah Holmes, UCLA
Pac-12 Men's Coach of the Year: Robert Johnson, OREGON

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