Three wagon wheels are the most the Ducks have ever brought home in one trip.
Oregon captured two Penn Wagon Wheels for victories at the Penn Relays on Friday, winning both the 4x100 and the sprint medley relay.
At the Penn Relays, the Ducks won their heats in both the women's 4x100 and 4x400, advancing to the Championship of America finals.
While some Ducks will be competing at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, others will be spread between Eugene, Corvallis and Stanford.
Allen won four events at the Oregon Relays while Cunliffe etched her named into NCAA history at the Mt. SAC Relays.
The women's 4x100 relay team set the school record a week ago at the Pepsi Team Invitational but came out even faster on Saturday.
Oregon track and field piled on the wins during the final day of the Oregon Relays, finishing with a total of eight victories.
Itohan Aikhionbare took the top spot in the women's shot put while setting her outdoor season best with a throw of 54-4.50 (16.57m).
After the first day of the decathlon the Oregon Ducks are in 1-2-3 position at the Oregon Relays, Thursday.
The Oregon Relays begin Thursday with the first day of competition in the decathlon, and continue Friday and Saturday.
Receiver and hurdler Devon Allen is sitting out spring football practices for the sake of track, and he won three events Saturday afternoon.
Oregon's women claimed the team title at the Pepsi Invitational on Saturday, while the Ducks shared the men's title with Penn State.