SUNDAY COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP/Oregon women come up just short in battle with USC


• The 11th-ranked Oregon men's team won its 12th consecutive Pac-12 title on Sunday. 

The Ducks' 174 points were the second-most in meet history. No. 23 Stanford, the host school, was second with 123 points.PRAKEL 

UO redshirt junior Sam Prakel claimed the title in the 1,500 meters in 3 minutes, 40.21 seconds, besting Sean McGorty and defending champion Grant Fisher of Stanford. 

The Ducks also had first in the 110 hurdles from sophomore Braxton Candy (13:57) and unior Cravon Gillespie in the 100 (10:05). UO junior Damarcus Simpson, who was victorious in the long jump on Saturday, was second in the 100. 

In the women's meet, No. 3 USC scored 170 points to end the second-ranked UO run of conference championships at nine. 

The Ducks totaled 154 points over the two-day meet. Oregon State finished 11th with 17 points. 

UO picked up 21 points in the women's 1,500. Jessica Hull took first in 4:21.65 while teammates Lilli Burdon, Katie Rainsberger and Amanda Gehrich finished fourth, fifth and seventh. 

Sabrina Southerland's 2:02:18 in the 800 was the second-fastest in the nation and gave UO its seventh straight Pac-12 win in the event.  

Makenzie Dunmore gave the Ducks their third and final individual win, capturing the 200 in 22:37, but USC finished second through fifth in the event to outscore UO 23-16 and wrap up the meet victory. 


Texas Christian 4, Oregon 0

• The Ducks lost in the second round of the NCAA tournament to end their season with an 18-10 record.

TCU got off to a good start by winning the doubles point, and went up 2-0 when Alex Rybakov defeated UO's Thomas Laurent, 6-1, 6-0, at No. 1 singles.

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