2001-02: Led all Husky high jumpers in first season since transferring from Central Washington ... peaked in the postseason with a career-best jump of 6-10 3/4 in a fifth-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships ... was the high jump winner at the WSU Dual, going 6-8 3/4 ... never finished lower than sixth at any competition, indoors or out ... was the Huskiesí No. 2 high jumper indoors, with a best of 6-7 at the UW Quad Classic in February.
2000-2001 (Central Washington): Competed as a freshman for Central Washington University ... was a Division II All-American in the high jump ... placed sixth in the event at the Division II national championships with a mark of 6-8 3/4 ... had career-best jump of 6-10 3/4, missing the CWU record by just 1/4 inch.
High School and Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1981 in Columbus, Ohio ... parents are Gritta and Paul Brill ... has a brother, Timothy Lanigan, and a sister, Erin Aasland ... was the 2000 Washington state champion in the high jump with a mark of 6-7 ... captained Mount Si to the team title that same season ... won the high jump at the 2000 Junior Olympics regional meet in Springfield, Ore. ... placed fourth in the event that same year at the Junior Olympics nationals ... led squad to league championships in each of his last two seasons ... also competed in the 200m, shot put, and triple jump ... lettered one season in football.
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