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Jones , Camara
From 1991 to 1995 Camara Jones was one of the University of Oregon's greatest female sprinters. The native of Vancouver, Washington made an immediate impact on the Oregon track program helping the women win back to back team PAC-10 team titles in 1992-1993 to go along with her individual 400 meter championships. In 1992, she anchored the women's 4 x 400 relay to a PAC-10 title. Her senior year in 1995 she set the PAC-10 Conference and school records in the 400 meters with a time of 51.44 seconds, was a four time All-American, third place finisher in the NCAA 400 meters, and a part of school records in the 4 x 100 relay (44.87), and the 4 x400 relay school record (3:33.11.) Among the individual honors she received in 1995 were:
the Lynne Winbigler Performer of the Year award, Jackson Award as the top senior woman athlete, and the Emerald Award for outanding athletics, academics and citizenship. Jones was inducted into the University of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.