SACRAMENTO — The defending national champion Oregon women more than doubled their number of NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship qualifiers on Saturday with a strong final day at the NCAA West Preliminary meet.

The Ducks will have 18 entries at the national meet June 6-9 at Hayward Field, with eight individuals and both relay teams earning their qualifiers Saturday at Hornet Stadium.

Sprinters Jasmin Reed and Ariana Washington, who were already qualified in the 100 meters, advanced in the 200, as did Lauren Rain Williams. Reed ran a personal-record 22.90 seconds in her quarterfinal heat, Williams ran 22.85 and Washington, the 2016 NCAA champ, finished in 23.03.

The top 12 in each event qualified for the NCAA championships.

Lilli Burdon and Samantha Nadel each ran a PR in the 5,000 to grab the final two qualifying spots. Burdon ran 15:34.44 and Nadel ran 15:41.62. South Eugene High School graduate and Colorado senior Erin Clark advanced in the 5,000 as well.

Alaysha Johnson qualified in the 100 hurdles for the third straight year, Pac-12 champion Jessica Hull advanced in the 1,500 and Chaquinn Cook advanced in the triple jump.

The Ducks' 4x100 (43.32) and 4x400 (3:29.94) teams each ran the fastest qualifier on Saturday.

The Oregon men also advanced seven individuals and their 4x400 team to bring their total to 11 entries in the NCAA meet.

In the 1,500, Pac-12 champion Sam Prakel and Mick Stanovsek both qualified, as did Braxton Canady in 110 hurdles after running a PR 13.75.

Cravon Gillespie added the 200 to his NCAA duties after making it in the 100 on Friday. Cooper Teare qualified in the 5,000, John Nizich advanced in the javelin and Ben Milligan qualified in the high jump.