Weekend Wrap | Bryan Clay/Mt. SAC Relays

EUGENE, Ore. – Between its combined efforts at the Bryan Clay Invitational and Mt. SAC Relays, the Oregon track and field team racked up 14 top-25 national marks including NCAA-leading outings by Micah Williams in the 100 meters and Emmanuel Ihemeje in the triple jump.

In Monday’s release of the USTFCCCA national poll, the Women of Oregon hold steady at No. 10 while the UO men took a substantial leap to 13th in the country. The Men of Oregon also benefitted from the addition of a top-five national score by Max Vollmer (8,022 points) in the decathlon.

At the Mt. SAC Relays, the UO women collected top-10 NCAA marks from Kemba Nelson (100 meters), Alysah Hickey (long jump) and Lexi Ellis (triple jump).

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Winners’ Circle
Taylor Chocek – heptathlon/Group B (at Bryan Clay)
Ella Clayton/Shaniya Hall/Katrina Wright/Shana Grebo – 4x400m
Lexi Ellis – triple jump
Shana Grebo – 400m hurdles
Ty Hampton – javelin
EJ Ihemeje – triple jump
Max Vollmer – decathlon/Group A (at Bryan Clay)
Micah Williams – 100 meters

All-Time Top 10 at Oregon

#3 – Lexi Ellistriple jump – 13.57m/44-6.25
#4 – Alysah Hickeylong jump – 6.60m/21-8
#5 – Alexandra Webster100m hurdles – 13.24
#5 – Taylor Chocekheptathlon – 5,514 points
#6 – Ryan Mulholland/Micah Williams/Will Mundy/Xavier Nairne4x100m – 39.08
#6 – Max Vollmerdecathlon – 8,022 points
#7 – Ryan Mulholland200m – 20.49
#9 – Jadyn Mays100m – 11.22
#9 – Ty Hamptonjavelin – 71.78m/235-6

Top 25 in the NCAA | * – from Bryan Clay/Mt. SAC Relays
Men’s 100 Meters

1. Micah Williams – 9.83w (+2.5)* / 2022 World Lead
20. Xavier Nairne – 10.15w (+2.9)*

Women’s 100 Meters

9. Kemba Nelson – 11.09*
17. Jadyn Mays – 11.22*

Men’s 200 Meters

15th. Micah Williams – 20.45w (+2.5)
16. Ryan Mulholland – 20.49*

Women’s 200 Meters

10. Jadyn Mays – 22.80
15th. Iman Brown – 22.92

Women’s 800 Meters

24. Izzy Thornton-Bott – 2:04.98

Women’s 1500 Meters

20. Izzy Thornton-Bott – 4:16.56

Women’s 400m Hurdles

7. Shana Grebo – 56.28
23. Alexandra Webster – 58.04

Men’s 4x100m Relay

10. Ryan Mulholland/Micah Williams/Will Mundy/Xavier Nairne – 39.08*

Women’s 4x100m Relay

13. Jadyn Mays/Kemba Nelson/Jasmin Reed/Jasmine Montgomery – 43.54*

Women’s 4x400m Relay

15th. Ella Clayton/Shaniya Hall/Katrina Wright/Shana Grebo – 3:31.96*

Women’s Long Jump

7. Alysah Hickey – 6.60m/21-8*

Men’s Triple Jump

1. Emmanuel Ihemeje – 17.00m/55-9.25*

Women’s Triple Jump

8. Lexi Ellis – 13.57m/44-6.25*

Women’s Shot Put

12. Mine De Klerk – 17.19m/56-4.75
15th. Jaida Ross – 17.13m/56-2.5

Women’s Discus

24. Mine De Klerk – 54.22m/177-11

Men’s Javelin

11. Ty Hampton – 71.78m/235-6*

Decathlon

5. Max Vollmer – 8,022 points*

Heptathlon

23. Taylor Chocek – 5,514 points*

At the end of the regular season, the top 48 declared individuals—24 for relays—in the region advance to the NCAA West Preliminary (May 25-28) in Fayetteville, Ark. The top 12 from each regional will then qualify for the 2022 NCAA Championships (June 8-11) in Eugene.

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