Duck men win Pac 12

The Oregon men's track and field team won its12th consecutive conference title at the 2018 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships.

The Oregon women were locked in a thrilling battle with the Trojans from start to finish, narrowly finishing second, 16 behind USC.

The unprecedented streak for the Men of Oregon began in 2007, at Stanford, and the Ducks kept it alive with a dominant performance

Oregon finished with 174 points, 49 more than second-place Stanford and 56 ahead of USC, widely-considered the Ducks' top challenger.

"The men have gotten used to this thing so they know what it takes to win," said head coach Robert Johnson. "Sometimes it's harder to have a feeling or know what you're suppose to do when you're predicted to win.

"I knew we would fight to the very end," Johnson said of the women's team.

The men saw 4 Ducks claim individual conference titles

Damarcus Simpson repeated as the long jump champion

senior Sam Prakel won the 1,500 meters

sophomore Braxton Canady took home the title in the 110-meter hurdles

junior transfer Cravon Gillespie gave the Ducks their second straight conference title in the 100 meters.

Women winners

sophomore Jessica Hull won the women's 1,500 meters, giving the Ducks the front end of the sweep in that event.

Sophomore Makenzie Dunmore won her first title in the women's 200 meters

Sabrina Southerland ran away with the 800 meters.