Personal records were falling all across California for members of the Oregon track and field team Friday.

The Ducks had entries in three different meets, with individual athletes setting new standards at each one.

At the Cardinal Classic hosted by Stanford, Oregon sophomore Cooper Teare knocked 13 seconds off his personal record in the men’s 5,000 meters with his second-place finish in 13 minutes, 32.73 seconds.

Redshirt junior Susan Ejore won her 800 heat in 2:04.07, and freshman Taylor Chiotti set a PR during a victory in her 800 heat in 2:06.23.

At the Mt. SAC Relays in Torrance, freshman Emma Sloan moved into fourth-place all-time at Oregon with a PR of 13.26 in the women’s 100 hurdles, good enough for fourth place.

In the women’s long jump, junior Rhesa Foster finished second with an outdoor PR of 20 feet, 10 inches, moving her into sixth all-time at UO.

Junior Brianna Duncan, a recent transfer from North Carolina, was second in the women’s 100 in 11:59. Redshirt junior Tristan James was second in the men’s triple jump at 50-4, and senior Chaquinn Cook was third in the women’s triple jump at 43-3 3/4.

During the Beach Invitational at Long Beach State, junior Maddie Rabbing set a PR in the women’s hammer with a throw of 202-5, which put her in 10th place in school history.

Oregon State freshman Emma Nelson was third in the women’s triple jump with a mark of 38-0.