Leading the pack was University of Oregon senior Trevor Dunbar.
In his second race this indoor season, Dunbar finished third in Saturday’s 3,000-meter invite with a time of 7 minutes, 53.13 seconds, a time that should qualify him for the NCAA Championships.
Dunbar’s 3,000-meter time is the eighth-fastest in the NCAA Division I this season.
Adams State’s Kevin Batt won with a time of 7:52.15, while Colorado’s Ben Saarel was second in 7:52.61.
In his first race this season, Dylan Anthony, a junior at the University of Alaska Anchorage, won Sunday’s 3,000-meter race with a provisional NCAA Division II qualifying time of 8:20.92.
Miles Dunbar, Trevor’s older brother, finished third in the same race with a time of 8:23.53. Miles, a Chico State University graduate, was competing unattached.
Karsten Schick placed 11th in Sunday’s 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.62 seconds. Schick is a junior at Western Washington University, but was competing unattached at the meet.
Schick, a state champion hurdler for Kodiak, did not compete last season because of an injury.
In his debut race for UAA, freshman Jordan Fogle finished 51st in Sunday’s 800 with a time of 2:03.81.
Former Kodiak resident Frank Catelli of Western Washington University won Sunday’s shot put with a toss of 57 feet, 5.5 inches.
• At the Red Rider Open in Lubbock, Texas, New Mexico State junior Katie Strong finished seventh in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 3:11.93, good for seventh all-time for the Aggies.
University of Vermont sophomore Celeste Beck-Goodell competed at the American East Championships last week in Worcester, Mass.
Beck-Goodell placed 15th in the 1,650-meter freestyle (17:39.11), 18th in the 400 individual medley (4:40.64) and 23rd in the 500 freestyle (5:10.82).
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