Will enjoy first full season of vaulting after exhausting her gymnastics eligibility in 2005 ... the fifth-ranked pole vaulter in Canadian history ... the No. 2 returning vaulter in the nation in 2006 ... one of a record five UW vaulters to compete at NCAAs in 2005 ... has never finished lower than eighth at Pac-10s ... only began vaulting in 2002 ... an All-American in both track and gymnastics.
2004-05: Soared to fifth in Canadian history with a clearance of 13-9 1/4 at the NCAA Championships ... placed sixth at NCAAs, earning first-career All-America honor ... of of three UW pole vault All-Americans in 2005 ... has also earned All-America honors on the gymnastics floor ... vaulted just seven times total, indoors and out, due to winter gymnastics commitments ... was seventh in the vault at Regionals, and fourth at Pac-10s ... placed 17th at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Arkansas, less than 24 hours after competing in Utah for the Husky gymnastics team ... climbed to second all-time at UW outdoors, and to fourth on UW's indoor list ...fell just one-tenth shy of qualifying for her third-straight NCAA Gymnastics Championships in 2005 ... earned second Team MVP honor ... finished her UW gymnastics career in 2005 with 48 event titles and a UW-record six perfect 10s.
2003-04: Qualified on an individual basis for the NCAA Championships in both track and gymnastics ... placed 13th in the pole vault at the NCAA Outdoor Track Championships in June, and was 24th in the floor exercise at April's NCAA Gymnsatics Championships ... set a Husky Stadium record (since broken) with a career-best mark of 13-3 1/2 at June's Seattle International, then seventh-best in Canadian history ... placed sixth at Pac-10s, and third at Regionals ... cleared 13 feet for the first time in a win at the WSU Dual, going 13-2 1/4 ... topped 13 feet three more times in her final four meets ... split time indoors between track and gymnastics ... cleared a 2004 indoor-best 12-9 1/2 at January's Pole Vault Summit ... shared the NCAA West Regional crown in the floor exercise, and was second at Pac-10s ... earned All-Pac-10 gym honors ... ranked third in the nation on the floor, and 11th on bars ... added to her UW career record with three perfect 10s.
2002-03: Earned Academic All-Pac-10 honorable mention in both track and gymnastics ... was eighth in the pole vault at Pac-10s, and 13th at Regionals, just the third and fourth outdoor competitions of her UW career ... Pac-10 mark of 12-11 1/2 was then second-best ever at UW, and among the top-10 ever by a Canadian woman ... won her UW debut at the WSU Dual ... set UW's fifth-best indoor mark all-time with a 12-0 at the Pac-10 Invite, barely 12 hours after scoring a perfect 10 on the floor exercise to help the UW gymnasts defeat Boise State ... scored another 10 to win a share of the Pac-10 title in the uneven bars ... earned second-team gymnastics All-America honors on the floor ... won two events at the NCAA West Regional Gymnastics meet, becoming the first UW gymnast to post even one such victory ... scored three perfect 10s ... ranked among the nation's top-10 in both bars and floor ... named gymnastics team MVP.
2001-02: Competed just once, unattached, at the Ken Foreman Invite ... with a borrowed pole and shoes, and just two weeks of practice, finished third with a mark of 12-1 1/2 that would have ranked fourth all-time at UW ... was named UW gymnastics' Rookie of the Year ... won the floor exercise against Utah with a UW freshman-record score of 9.975.
High School and Personal: Parents are Maureen and Neal ... has a younger brother, Brody, and two older siblings, Carrie and Dustin ... had never vaulted before her freshman year at UW ... as a gymnast, placed sixth in the all-around at the 1998 Canadian Nationals ... finished fourth in the all-around and third on the vault at the 1996 Junior Pan-American Games ... also competed in high school in volleyball, wrestling, rugby and soccer.
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