SEATTLE – Highlighted by a win in the high jump from Ann Wingeleth, the Oregon State track & field team had a strong showing at the indoor season opener in Seattle during the UW Preview held at the Dempsey Indoor Center on Saturday.
The Beavers set 15 all-time marks in the Oregon State record books, which included the win from Wingeleth. The redshirt junior missed on her first two attempts, but connected on the third for a personal best clear of 5 feet, 9¼ inches. Freshman Emma Nelson had an eighth-place finish with a a jump of 5-3.
Sophomore Rebecca Ledsham recorded the No. 2 all-time mark in the 800 meters in OSU history, placing sixth overall with a time of 2 minutes, 12.05 seconds. Maddie Fuhrman managed the No. 10 all-time mark with a 2:19.75.
Oregon State had all of its entries make the top 10 in the shot put. Redshirt freshman Keely McLaughlin paced the group placing fourth overall with her throw of 46-0. That mark launched her up the Oregon State record books to the No. 2 all-time.
Redshirt freshman Taylor Crockem and Sydney Guthrie-Baker finished in eighth and ninth place, respectively. Crockem’s throw of 43-5 gave her the fourth-best mark in OSU history.
Saskia McNairy was third in the long jump, leaping 18-2¼, more than five inches ahead of fourth place.
Other all-time marks recorded by the Beavers on Saturday included Lauren Miller, No. 5 in the 60 meters in 7.88 and No. 4 in the 200 in 25.39; Claire Corbitt (No. 6, 60-meter hurdles, 9.32); Tarisa Olinski (No. 8, 400, 58.72); Greta Van Calcar (No. 8, 3,000, 9:49.54); Audrey Bright (No. 5, pole vault, 10-10; Emma Nelson (No. 7, triple jump, 35-7¼); McLaughlin (No. 5, weight throw, 48-2); and the 4x400 relay team of Olinski, Rebecca Ledsham, Rachel Krill and Fuhrman No. 4 in 4:01.85.