SEATTLE — James West got his first victory and second personal record of the weekend Saturday during the final day of the Husky Classic indoor track and field meet.

The Oregon redshirt senior won the men’s mile in 3 minutes, 57.43 seconds to move into fifth all-time at Oregon. His previous PR was 3:57.75.

West set a PR in the 3,000 on Friday when he ran 7:47.10, which also moved him to fifth all-time in program history.

Senior Charlie Hunter was fourth in the mile on Saturday in 3:59.01.

Oregon freshman Luis Peralta won the men’s 800 in a PR 1:48.68 to also also become the Ducks’ fifth-fastest performer all-time indoors at that distance.

Senior Susan Ejore set a PR with her fourth-place finish in the women’s mile in 4:34.68.

Two other Ducks came away with victories Saturday as Kwabena Lynn won the men’s 60 in 6.88, and Jaimie Robinson won the women’s triple jump at 40 feet, one-half inch.

Oregon’s Maddie Rabing and Kiana Phelps went 4-5 in the women’s shot put with throws of 52-2 and 51-8¼, respectively. It was a PR by more than a foot for Rabing.

Oregon State’s Ann Wingeleth won the women’s long jump with a mark of 19-3½, and former Duck Tristan James was the winner in the men’s long jump at 24-10½.

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