Crossman: Fastest 10,000 Meters in 28 Years

On Friday night at the Stanford Invitational, Oregon's Bronwyn Crossman ran the fast women's 10,000 meters in 28 years. Crossman ran the race in 33:18.53 to place 21st overall. She was the 12th fastest collegian in the race.

Crossman's time was the fastest 10,000 meters by an Oregon woman since Kathy Hayes set the school record in 32:43.81 in 1984. It was the third-fastest in school history, raking behind only Hayes and Lisa Martin (33:12.1).

In the men's 10,000 meters, Parker Stinson ran a 14 second PR to finish 21st in 29:00.07. The sophomore from Austin, Texas, was the 11th-fastest collegian.

The Ducks will host the Pepsi Team Invitational Saturday at Historic Hayward Field. Oregon will face three-time defending NCAA men's and women's champion Texas A&M and Pac-12 rivals UCLA and Washington.

Early field events for the Pepsi meet begin at 10:15 a.m., with the first running event at 12:45 p.m.

For complete results of Stanford Invitational

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