Athletes must qualify through the two regional sites to make the final NCAA stop at Eugene.
Watch the tape delayed broadcast this Wednesday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Networks.
Freshman Chris Williams took second in the pole vault while also making the hurdles final.
Washington and Washington State split the dual for the third straight year.
One of the oldest dual meets in track and field finds a new home on Saturday.
High School and Personal: Born in Tacoma, Washington ... lives with grandparents Emma and Amos Moore III ... has four brothers, Latravion, Loundyne, Edward, and Lamont, amd three sisters, Daejha, Eunissa, and Raven ... one of the top sprinters in Washington, captured the 3A state title in the 200-meter dash as a junior in 2011 ... great senior season, taking second at state in the 200-meters, and third in the 100-meters, and anchoring the 4x100m relay to second-place ... set PRs his senior season of 10.78 in the 100m, winning the Narrows League title, and 21.61 at 200-meters ... also ran wind-aided 10.61 in the state prelims in 2012 ... along with the 200m title, was fourth in the 100m dash and fourth on the 4x100m relay at state in 2011, also running on a state qualifying 4x400m relay ... as a sophomore, placed 12th in the 200-meter prelims at state ... won three Narrows League titles, two at 200-meters and one at 100-meters ... All-State his senior year ... named Lincoln Athlete of the Year ... also lettered in basketball, earning defensive MVP honors and was a captain ... was school's homecoming king and voted most likely to succeed, also serving in ASB and class office ... graduated with 3.3 GPA.