The Oregon State track and field team is sending three athletes to the NCAA championships this week in Austin, Texas.
Ten Oregon State track and field athletes traveled to Sacramento, California, for the NCAA West Regional, which concluded Saturday night.
Going into the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships last weekend, no Oregon State woman had ever won an individual title at the meet.
Oregon State's Grace Fetherstonhaugh won the 5,000-meter final at the Pac-12 Championships on Sunday in Walnut, California. It was the second Pac-12 title of the meet for Fetherstonhaugh who won the steeplechase event Saturday.
Grace Fetherstonhaugh became Oregon State's first women’s Pac-12 Champion, pulling away from Washington’s Kayley Delay in the final 1,000 meters of the steeplechase Saturday in Walnut, California.
Jade Whitfield won the discus competition last weekend at the Oregon State High Performance Meet at Whyte Field.
The Oregon State track and field team saw several new personal bests and a new No. 2 time in the 5,000 meters in an encouraging day for the Beavers in Southern California.
Jade Whitfield closed a strong weekend for Oregon State track and field by breaking her own school record and posting the nation’s third-best mark in the discus at the Bobcat Invitational in San Marcos, Texas.
Anneke Moersdorf thoroughly outpaced her previous PR in the heptathlon and Jade Whitfield placed third in the discus to highlight a solid second day for Oregon State at the Texas Relays in Austin.
Anneke Moersdorf started a busy week for Oregon State Track and Field with two personal bests and one OSU top-10 time on the first day of the heptathlon at the Texas Relays in Austin.
An opportunity that Grace Fetherstonhaugh believed was out of reach for a few more years was unexpectedly placed at her feet earlier this month.
Oregon State’s Kaylee Mitchell broke the school record for the second time in three days and placed sixth in the 3000-meter steeplechase on Saturday at the NCAA Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.
EUGENE — Oregon State steeplechasers Grace Fetherstonhaugh and Kaylee Mitchell advanced to the finals in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and clinched All-American honors on Thursday at the NCAA Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Oregon State steeplechasers Grace Fetherstonhaugh and Kaylee Mitchell will take their first steps toward the NCAA steeplechase finals on Thursday when each competes in her preliminary heat at the NCAA Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Oregon State steeplechasers Grace Fetherstonhaugh and Kaylee Mitchell advanced to the NCAA Track & Field Championships on Saturday with their performances at the NCAA West Preliminary Meet at the University of Arkansas.
Mari Friedman advanced to the quarterfinals of the 1500 meters on Thursday, highlighting Oregon State’s performances on the opening day of women’s action at the NCAA West Preliminary Meet at the University of Arkansas.
Oregon State junior Kaylee Mitchell led the women’s track & field team on Sunday with a fifth-place finish in the 5000 meters on the final day of the Pacific-12 Conference Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Markayla Billings won the hammer throw on Friday, leading a small contingent of Oregon State athletes at the Oregon Twilight Meet at Hayward Field.
Amber Jackson is brand new to the 3,000-meter steeplechase, but she’s having fun with one of the most grueling and demanding events on the track.
It’s a big weekend for Oregon State women’s track and field as the program hosts the OSU High Performance Meet with the postseason just around the corner.
Standout performances by Jade Whitfield and Anneke Moersdorf led the Oregon State women’s track and field team Thursday at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate meet in Long Beach, California.
Grace Fetherstonhaugh was part of the first full recruiting class Louie Quintana brought to Oregon State after he took over as head coach of the women’s track and field program in 2017.
Sixteen athletes qualified to compete in the 3,000-meter run at this week’s NCAA Division I indoor track and field championships.
The Oregon State women's track and field team capped competition at the UW Indoor Preview, hosted by the University of Washington, with two event wins on Saturday. Senior Emma Nelson landed first in the high jump while redshirt senior Keely McLaughlin cliched first in the shot put.
Oregon State junior Anneke Moersdorf set a new program record in the indoor triple jump with a leap of 39 feet, 7¾ inches on Saturday at the Spokane Invitational.
Oregon State's Kaylee Mitchell finished 32nd in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials on Sunday night at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Oregon State's Kaylee Mitchell is set to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials this weekend at Hayward Field in Eugene.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Grace Fetherstonhaugh finished seventh in the steeplechase at the NCAA West Regionals.on Saturday and qualified for the NCAA Championships.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Freshman Sara Sanders posted a javelin personal record during the Oregon State track and field team’s first day of action at the NCAA West Regional in E.B. Cushing Stadium.
The Oregon State track and field team is sending seven competitors to the NCAA West Regional Preliminaries this week.