MCMINNVILLE, ORE. – The Alaska Anchorage track and field teams won nine events at the Linfield Invite Saturday.

The Seawolves swept the top-four spots in the women’s 400. Marie Ries earned the win after running 57.40, and Tylantis Atlas was second in 58.45. Vanessa Aniteye was third (58.63), and D’Rhema Alston fourth (59.65).

UAA also swept the podium in the women’s 800. Caroline Kurgat ran 2:09.90 for the win, followed by Ruth Cvancara in 2:11.72 and Nancy Jeptoo in 2:13.08.

Jeptoo won the 1,500 earlier in the day with a time of 4:36.20.

Grace Gannon won the steeplechase in 11:46.63, and Chrisalyn Johnson won the triple jump with a leap of 39-10.75.

Both the men and women won the 4x100 in 42.13 and 48.32 respectively, and the women added the 4x400 title after running 4:02.11.

Elena Cano won the 100 hurdles (14.90) and finished second in the long jump (18-0.5).

In the men’s 1,500, Drew Johnson placed second (3:49.73), Felix Kemboi third (3:53.26) and Edwin Kangogo fourth (3:54.40).

Kangogo led the Seawolves in the men’s 5,000 finishing second (15:03.52), with Wesley Kirui fourth (15:08.50) and Nickson Koech fifth (15:09.02).

Oshane Hylton was second in the 200 (22.17), and Enrique Campbell was third (22.32). Hylton also placed fourth in the 100 (10.99).

Chris Brake cleared 6-4.25 in the high jump to finish second.

Yvonne Jeschke was second in the women’s 400 hurdles (1:05.10), and Daryle Bushnell was fourth in the men’s (58.86).

Felix Kemboi was fourth in the 800 (1:54.21), and Daniel Remington was fourth in the 400 (51.13) followed by Nate Brunett in fifth (51.39).

UAA will compete at the GNAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Western Oregon May 10-11.