CORVALLIS, Ore. –Junior Donnie Pate had a big day on Saturday to lead Oregon Tech at the seventh annual OSU High Performance Meet at the Whyte Track & Field on the campus of Oregon State University.
Pate ran the fastest 100 (10.82) and 200 (21.94) times of the season and led the 4 x100 team to a season best 42.56 and the 4 x 400 team to a 3rd place finish 3:23.
“We had some big performances today, this was a great lead into conference,” said Head Coach Jack Kegg. “With a week off next week we should be ready for the toughest two days of competition all season! The conference championships.”
Day 1 Highlights
Tech’s Cindy Reed wrapped the evening with a new school record and an NAIA “A” qualifying time of 17:07.61 the fourth fastest time run this year in the Women’s 5K. Susie Garza was right on Reed’s tail finishing in a time of 17:12.47 as the Owls finished 6th and 7th.
Danielle De Castro was 5th in the Women’s 1,500 in a time of 4:28.03 just off her season best and NAIA “A” time of 4:27.52.
Paul Wyatt had personnel best as he finished third in his section of the Men’s 1,500 in 3:58.19
Tech’s Hannah Mason was 5th in the Women’s 3000m Steeplechase in 12:07.34.