Oregon, Oregon State, Portland, Portland State and Concordia were among the teams competing in the University of Washington Invitational at Seattle on Friday and Saturday.

Some highlights:

  • Oregon

    Dakotah Keys won the heptathlon with 5,730 points, the third-highest score in the NCAA this season.GUYOTA

    The distance medley team of Mac Fleet, Jack Galpin, Boru Guyota (ex-Jefferson High) and NCAA cross-country champion Edward Cheserek won their event in 9:28.91, second-fastest in the nation this season -- and Oregon's other entry in the event, comprised of Brett Johnson, Arthur Delaney, Russell Hornsby and Trevor Dunbar, placed second in 9:31.64, fourth fastest in the country.

    In the pentathlon, Lauren Crockett and former Gresham High star Haley Crouser finished third and seventh, respectively. Crockett had a personal-best 3,648 points, and Crouser totaled 3,463 in her first try at the event.

  • Portland State

    Sophomore Sheldon Prince and senior Sarah Dean each set a school record. Prince, from Aloha High, won the men's open 400 meters in 48.64 seconds. Dean, from McKenzie High, ran the mile in 4:51.32.

    Former Benson High star Jazmin Ratcliff, a PSU junior, had a personal best of 8.52 seconds in the 60 hurdles and matched her PR with a 7.64 to place seventh in the 60 meters.

    Fershman Whitney Diggs lowered her Big Sky-leading 400 time, placing second in the invitational 400 in 55.38.

    CeCelia Jackson, a freshman from Seattle, qualified for the Big Sky meet with 3,547 points and a fourth-place showing in her first pentathlon.

    Senior Camelia Mayfield of Ashland bettered her school record in the indoor 5,000 meters, running 17:02.49, a drop of more than 41 seconds.

    Freshman Cheryn Trapp, of Nampa, Idaho, qualified for the conference indoor meet, as well, running 17:44.46.

  • Concordia

    The Cavaliers claimed 10 automatic spots in the NAIA indoor championships.

    Matthew Clowes ran a school-record 8:04.52 in the 3,000 to place eighth overall in the invitational field and lower his NAIA-leading mark of 2014.

    Darien Moore won the weight throw with a school-record 64-6 1/2, and Adam Riddle set a Concordia indoor best with a 58-3 in the hammer.

  • Oregon State

    Football wide receiver Stevie Coury placed eighth in the 60 meters (6.90) in a final that included three Olympians.

    Another OSU wideout, Victor Bolden, ran 7.05, and cornerback Malcolm Marable was timed in 7.09 in the prelims.

  • Portland

    Senior Kent Nowak, from Globe, Ariz., won his 800 heat in 1:55.31, beating, among others, American-record holder Alan Webb.

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