It was quality over quantity for Oregon track and field as a group of seven Ducks ran to six personal-best times.
Ryan Hunter-Simms had a big day with a pair of personal bests and an event win.
Six seniors will make an appearance at TrackTown Tuesday, May 5, in advance of Senior Night at the Oregon Twilight Meet.
Entries in the OSU High Perfromance meet include a good mix of Ducks from, distance, hurdles, jumps and throws.
The team of Daniel Winn, Johnny Gregorek, Will Geoghegan and Edward Cheserek finished in a time 16:18.93.
The Ducks were wheeling and dealing at the Penn Relays on Saturday, winning both the men's distance medley relay and women's sprint medley.
Oregon track and field will head to Philadelphia this week for the Penn Relays, looking for similar success to last year's trip.
For the second-consecutive week, Oregon redshirt junior Jenna Prandini was named National Athlete of the Week on Tuesday by the USTFCCCA.
On a weekend where the Ducks racked up 18 event wins at Hayward Field during the Oregon Relays, Prandini carried the torch at Mt. SAC.
Both past and present Oregon athletes put on a show for the Hayward faithful at the Oregon Relays, Friday.
Modin set a first day lifetime best in the decathlon with 4,100 points, beating the 4,045 he scored at the NCAA Championships last June.
The Oregon track and field team added its first wave of the 2016 freshman class, as Robert Johnson announced five additions to the program.