It’s ten straight for the men, eight for the women as the Oregon Ducks demolished the rest of the conference at the Pac-12 Track & Field championships at Husky Track in Seattle.
With their 17th conference title the men’s team tied UCLA for the conference record. Both the men and women now hold the conference mark for consecutive championships.
On the men’s side, footballer slash NCAA champion 110m hurdler Devon Allen was named the Athlete of the Meet to pace the Ducks to a 155.60 point total, easily outdistancing second place Washington’s 122.
The women did that and more, outpointing second place USC by 73.5 points, 185 to 111.50. Hannah Cunliffe was tabbed as the female Athlete of the Meet giving the Ducks an across the board sweep of the trophies.
Allen scored 27.5 points for the Ducks with a first in the 110m hurdles and the 200m, a third in the 100m and a third with the 4X100 team.
Cunliffe won the 100m (11.08), 200m (22.49) and was part of the Ducks winning 4X100 relay.
With conference trophies in hand, Oregon now turns attention to defending the national championships each team won last June.
The NCAA West Preliminary Round will be held in Lawrence, Kansas, May 26-28 with the NCAA Championships returning to Hayward Field June 8-11.