The Oregon men and the Oregon State women earned at-large berths to the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday when the 31-team fields for both meets was filled out.

Oregon's women earned an automatic berth to the NCAA meet on Nov. 17 at Zimmer Cross Country Course in Madison, Wis., by winning the NCAA West Regional meet Friday in Sacramento. The Ducks won their 11th regional title and will be making their 30th NCAA appearance.

Oregon also won the Pac-12 title.

The top two men's and women's teams in each of the nine regions automatically qualified for the NCAA meet and then 13 at-large berths were handed out on both the men's and women's sides to complete the fields.

The 11th-ranked Oregon men will be making their seventh straight trip to the NCAA meet and 43rd overall trip. The Ducks finished fourth at the Pac-12 Championships and fifth at the NCAA West Regional meet.

Oregon State's women will be making their first appearance in the NCAA meet. The Beavers' sixth-place finishes in both the Pac-12 Championships and the NCAA West Regional meet were the best showings in school history.