Track and field's most famous couple – Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton will be the featured guests at the next TrackTown Tuesday.
In the final meet before the NCAA Indoor Championships, Oregon will have its last chance to add to the list of qualifiers.
With another season at Hayward Field fast approaching, fans will have the opportunity to purchase season-tickets beginning Friday, Feb. 20.
The NCAA Track & Field and Cross Country Committee has decided to separate the men's and women's events at the NCAA Championships onto different days.
Three men's milers went below four minutes, Saturday, led by Edward Cheserek's school record at the Millrose Games.
Prandini's time of 22.87 seconds in the 200 meters leads the world so far this year.
The track and field team will divide into three groups competing at the Husky Classic, Don Kirby Elite and the Millrose Games.
Cheserek, is the second Oregon student-athlete to earn the award since Galen Rupp was honored in back-to-back years in 2007-08.
Three Ducks moved up in the school's all-time lists, Saturday.
Greg Skipper broke his own school record in the weight throw at the UW Invitational, Friday, wrapping up the first of two days at the Dempsey Indoor Facility.
TrackTown Tuesday makes its highly anticipated return on Feb. 3 at the Downtown Athletic Club
While a majority of the Oregon track and field team will continue its mid-season training, a small group of Ducks will be traveling to the UW Invitational.