Edward Cheserek was back in action after a sub-4-minute mile anchor leg in Friday's distance medley relay, this time winning the open mile.
Greg Skipper won the men's weight throw handily, with three attempts over 70 feet.
The UO men and women are in Arkansas for the Razorback Invitational on Friday and Saturday, with NCAA qualifying marks in their sights.
Cheserek will talk about his achievements during the 2015 cross country season and look ahead to the upcoming year.
Oregon sophomore Raevyn Rogers was named the USTFCCCA Division I women's athlete of the week, Tuesday.
Raevyn Rogers picked up where she left off last season, setting an indoor collegiate record in the 600.
Oregon track and field will begin the 2016 season this weekend at the Washington Preview in Seattle, Saturday, Jan. 16 beginning at 9 a.m.
Prandini added to a long list of accolades from the 2015 season by winning collegiate track and field's most prestigious individual honor.
The ceremony will be streamed live on USTFCCCA.org on Thursday, starting with the Bowerman Arrival Party at 4:30 p.m. PT.
Oregon landed the No. 1 men's recruiting class and No. 4 women's class as ranked by Track and Field News Magazine.
Oregon Track and Field Head Coach Robert Johnson announced, Thursday, the signing of 13 prep standouts to National Letters of Intent.
The Ducks will begin their home slate with the Pepsi Invitational (April 9) which will return to a four-team meet in 2016.