Ex-Clovis High star Jenna Prandini wins 3 events at Pac-12 track meet

The Fresno BeeMay 18, 2014 

Jenna Prandini -- shown winning the state 200-meter title in 2011 -- has gone from Clovis High to the University of Oregon, where on Sunday she set the NCAA-leading time in the 200 this season at the Pac-12 championships in Pullman, Wash.

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Former Clovis High star Jenna Prandini was named female athlete of the meet at the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships and ran the fastest NCAA 200-meter time this season on Sunday in Pullman, Wash.

Prandini, who racked up 32 points for Oregon, also set a school and meet record when she finished the 200 in 22.60 seconds.

She was a repeat winner of the 100 meters (11.21) and long jump (20 feet, 11 1/4 inches) to become the first woman to win three individual titles at the Pac-12 championships since Seilala Sue of UCLA in 1999.

The sophomore also was part of the Ducks' 400 relay team, which finished second to USC.

The Oregon women and men repeated as team champions, scoring 176 and 163.25 points, respectively.

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