ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Oregon added three more victories to its weekend win total Friday during the final day of competition at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational indoor track and field meet at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Emily Sloan, Brianna Duncan and Isaiah Griffith all won their individual events for the Ducks, with Sloan and Griffith establishing impressive personal records along the way.
Griffith, a redshirt junior transfer from South Plains College, won the triple jump with a mark of 53 feet, 1½ inches to move into second place all-time at Oregon, becoming just the second Duck ever to jump 53 feet. The school record is 53-6¼ and held by Nate Moore. Griffith’s previous PR was 51-11¼.
Sloan won the 60-meter hurdles in 8.18 seconds to move from fourth to third all-time. The sophomore came in with a PR of 8.21.
Duncan, who set a 60-meter PR of 7.21 two weeks ago at the Razorback Invitational, won on Friday in 7.26.
The Ducks also got wins from Rhesa Foster in the women's long jump and Kasin Pendergrass Anderson in the men's long jump Thursday.
In the women’s triple jump, sophomore Lexi Ellis placed third with a mark of 43-5¾ and freshman Dominique Ruotolo was fifth with a PR jump of 42-11¾ to move from fourth all-time to third, behind Ellis (PR 44-6) and school-record holder Chaquinn Cook (45-5½).
Sophomore Jacob Miller also set a PR with his fifth-place finish in the 400 in 47.51.
In the women’s 400, senior Hannah Waller was third in 53.68 and grad transfer Gabby Beauvais was fourth in 53.96.
The Ducks are also at the Husky Classic in Seattle that begins later Friday.