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FRIDAY COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP/Ducks men third in DMR/Concordia's MacDonald takes 4th in D-II weight throw/UO wins its Pac-12 women's lacrosse debut game

COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD

• Oregon's women won the NCAA distance medley relay title with the fourth-fastest time (10 minutes, 51.99 seconds) in college history.

The Ducks were third in the men's DMR at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships at College Station, Texas.

Jessica Hull, Venesssa D'Arpino, Susan Ejore and Lilli Burdon ran for Oregon, which finished .02 seconds ahead of runner-up Stanford. The winning time was the second best in UO history and gave the school its first national championship in the event.

MACDONALD• Concordia's Christina MacDonald placed fourth in the weight throw at the NCAA D-II Indoor Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas.

She threw 63 feet, 2 3/4 inches for the highest finish in school history in the D-II ranks at the event.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S LACROSSE

OREGON 12, California 7

• The Ducks scored the first four goals and never relinquished the lead in the Pac-12 opener for both teams at Eugene.

This is the first year the Pac-12 has had its own league for women's lacrosse. Oregon, Cal and four other teams (Stanford, USC, Arizona State and Colorado) will compete as a conference after being part of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.

Oregon (3-1 overall) got four goals each from Shannon Williams and Mariah Gatti. Goalie Brittany Read made 11 saves.

Cal fell to 4-3.

COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS

UCLA 4, OREGON 1

• The Ducks slipped to 9-5 with the homecourt loss.

IDAHO 4, Portland State 3

• The Vikings dropped to 3-2 in the Big Sky and 8-6 overall with the loss in Moscow, Idaho.

The Vandals are 5-0 in conference play, 5-3 for the season.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S TENNIS

OREGON 5, Washington 2

• At Eugene, No. 21 Oregon won its fifth match in a row and improved to 10-3, 6-0 at home.

Northern Arizona 6, PORTLAND STATE 1

• Sophomore Eszter Zador won 6-3, 7-6 (9-7) at No. 3 singles for the only PSU points at Club Green Meadows in Vancouver, Washington.

NAU improved to 8-2 overall, 3-0 in the Big Sky.

The Vikings are 0-8, 0-4.

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