Weber State's John Coyle finished 11th overall in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase to qualify for nationals, posting a career-best time of 8 minutes, 41.64 seconds to earn the spot.
Utah State's 4x100 team, made up of Will Henry, Jacob Bautista Jr., Nic Bowens and Cole Lambourne, ran a season-best time of 40.20 to finish 14th overall Saturday, just shy of a national qualifying position.
Southern Utah's Ryan Barrus finished 18th in the men's 5K in 14:52.39, failing to advance.
Utah's Amanda Mergaert qualified for a spot in the women's 1,500 meters at the NCAA championships for the third straight year. Mergaert placed fourth in her heat and seventh overall with a time of 4:15.19.
"I think this was the most nervous I've been before a race," Mergaert said. "It was a difficult race but I just tried to remain calm and stay focused. It was great having so much support from my teammates that were here and I can't wait for Eugene. It's one of those places where I just love to compete."
Weber State's Amber Henry advanced in the women's 3,000 meter steeplechase, winning her heat and finishing second overall with a time of 9:57.75.
• Westminster College's Oliver Lange set a school record while running to a sixth-place finish in the marathon at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships in Marion, Ind. Lange finished in 2 hours, 31 minutes, 1 second. Nathan Martin from Spring Arbor (Mich.) won the race by setting an NAIA National Championships record time of 2:19:18.
Oregon 6, Utah 2 • The Utes committed five errors and trailed 6-0 before scoring two late runs in their Pac-12 loss at Spring Mobile Ballpark.
Trey Nielsen went 2 for 5 for Utah (20-31, 6-23), Cory Hunt had an RBI single in the seventh inning, and Bret Helton hit a run-scoring double in the eighth.
Utah starter Dalton Carroll (4-8) took the loss, giving up five runs (one earned) on six hits over five innings.