STANFORD, Calif. — Oregon's Austin Torres is in third place after the first day of the Pac-12 decathlon Saturday at Cobb Track & Angell Field.

Torres, competing in his first decathlon of the season, scored 3,537 points and has a commanding lead on that spot with the Colorado's Aaron Carmichael fourth with 3,122 points.

Stanford's Harrison Williams, the pre-meet favorite, easily leads the way with 4,071 points. Colorado's Andrew Ghizzone is in second place with 3,599 points, 62 ahead of Torres.

Torres was third in the 100 in 11.23 seconds, second in the long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 9 inches, second in the shot put at 39-7 1/4, fourth in the high jump at 5-11 1/4 and fifth in the 400 in 52.97

In the women's heptathlon, Oregon's Kylee O'Connor is in seventh place after the first day with 3,092 points and teammate Keira McCarrell is in 12th place with 2,868 points.

Oregon State's Saskia McNairy is in eighth place with 3,016 points and teammate Claire Corbett is 15th in the 15-person field with 2,597 points.

O'Connor's best events were the 100 hurdles, where she ran 14.29 for 938 points and the 200, where she ran 24.76 for 909 points. McCarrell's best event was the 100 hurdles where she ran 14.97 for 846 points.

Pre-meet favorite Alissa Brooks-Johnson of Washington State leads the way with 3,568 points, five points ahead of UCLA's Kendall Gustafson. USC's Lyndsey Lopes is third with 3,471 points.