Greg Skipper was able to record one attempt in the men's hammer throw before competition was cut short. He currently sits in third place.
The Oregon track and field program saw several season bests at the Pac-12 championships, and wants to raise the bar again this weekend.
The Pac-12 announced its All-Century Women's Track and Field team, Monday, which consisted of seven former Oregon student-athletes.
Oregon track and field held its annual banquet on Sunday, May 22, awarding yearly honors for performance, leadership and dedication.
The Ducks will have 58 entries into NCAA competition, beginning with the west regional meet in Lawrence, Kan., May 26-28.
Head coach Robert Johnson and four student-athletes were recognized by the Pac-12 for their achievements this season.
Oregon track and field has now swept the Pac-12 Championships for eight-straight years, with the men winning the last 10 team titles.
After day one, the Oregon women lead the field while the men's team is in second.
The Oregon men's team has now won the last nine Pac-12 Championship team titles while the women have won seven in-a-row.
Mitch Modin finished second with 7,450 points.
After the first day of the Pac-12 Multi-Events Championships, Mitch Modin is second while Joe Delgado is seventh.
Notable alumni peppered the field Friday at Hayward Field, but it was current and future Ducks who ended up stealing the show.