The UO women came out of Thursday at the NCAA Track & field Championships at Historic Hayward Field in Eugene with four points toward their team score, thanks to a second straight fifth-place finish by Brittany Mann. She broke her own school record with a throw of 57 feet, 4 3/4 inches, scoring at the NCAA meet for the third year in a row. The Ducks also saw Ariana Washington and Deajah Stevens establish PRs in the 200, and Washington advanced to Saturday’s finals as the top qualifier in the 100. Sasha Wallace provided another school record while advancing in the 100 hurdles, and the UO 4×100 relay reached the final. But that group could be without sophomore Hannah Cunliffe on Saturday, after she pulled up and didn’t advance in her 100 prelim. And in the final event of the afternoon, the Ducks dropped the baton in the 4×400, eliminating them from that event. The meet continues through Saturday.