Transferred from Oregon in 2005 ... competed in the high jump at the 2004 NCAA Championships ... one of two high jumpers on the UW roster with bests over seven feet.
2005-06: Missed all but the first month of the season with an injury ... cleared season-best 6-4 3/4 at the UW Invite.
2004-05: Redshirted the 2005 season after transferring from Oregon ... competed unattached on five occasions, recording a best of 6-6 3/4 outdoors, and 6-8 3/4 indoors.
2003-04 (Oregon): Cleared a lifetime-best 7-1 to place third at Regionals ... mark equaled the fifth-best in Oregon history ... placed 25th in the event at NCAAs ... ranked sixth in the Pac-10 Conference during the regular season ... earned second-team Academic All-Pac-10 honors.
2002-03 (Oregon): Qualified for first Pac-10 Championships with a season-best clearance of 7-0 1/4 at Dempsey Indoor ... placed 10th in Pac-10 meet debut, clearing 6-8 1/4.
High School and Personal: Parents are Jacqueline and Joe Camp ... fourth of five siblings ... a four-time state prep champion ... captured state titles in 2002 in both the high jump and triple jump, despite being limited by injury for a portion of the season ... also won the state high jump title in 2000, and again in 2001, with a prep-best clearance of 6-11 ... won six district titles as a prep, and seven league titles ... led Columbia to district titles as a junior and senior, and to state runner-up honors in 2002 ... also excelled on the football field, earning a pair of all-league honors at wide receiver ... helped Columbia to league football titles in 1999 and 2002 ... majoring in biology.
Collegiate Best Marks