Reached NCAA Championships in each of four seasons ... applying for final year of outdoor eligibility after missing majority of 2006 season with a foot injury ... ranks third outdoors and fourth indoors on UW's top-10 pole vault lists.
2006-07: Reached fourth NCAA Championship in four years, second NCAA Outdoor meet and first since freshman season ... earned NCAA bid with fifth place NCAA Regional finish, clearing 13-3 ¾ ... won the pole vault at the UW-WSU dual meet with a career-best outdoor mark of 13-5 ¾ that ranks third in Husky history ... took third at the Pac-10 Championships with 13-1 ½ vault ... was top vaulter at UW Outdoor Preview, again clearing 13-1 ½ ... placed second at the Pepsi Invite and Ken Shannon Invite, and third at four more meets.
2005-06: Reached NCAA Championships for the third-straight yaer ... was 14th at NCAAs indoors before suffering a foot injury at the start of the outdoor season ... competed just once outdoors, and just six times total, in 2006.
2004-05: Made second-career NCAA appearance, placing 13th indoors ... one of an NCAA-record four UW vaulters at the indoor championships ... cleared a lifetime-best 13-7 1/4 to win the Last Chance Qualifier indoors ... mark ranked 11th in the nation indoors, and was then third-best ever at UW ... also topped 13 feet at the MPSF meet, earning fourth, and at the Pole Vault Summit ... placed 10th in the vault at Regionals, in an outdoor season-best 12-11 3/4, and ninth at Pac-10s.
2003-04: Was the nation's fifth-ranked freshman vaulter ... placed 14th in NCAA Championships debut, the best ever for a UW freshman vaulter ... qualified for the IAAF World Junior Championships with a second-place finish at the U.S. Junior Nationals ... was seventh at Pac-10s with a UW indoor freshman-record clearance of 13-2 1/4 ... also set indoor freshman record with a 13-3 at the Last Chance Qualifier ... was one spot shy of an NCAA Championships berth indoors ... cleared 13-1 1/2 in her collegiate debut.
High School and Personal: Born in Yakima, Wash. ... parents are Jennifer and Steve ... has three brothers, Josh, Seth and Chris ... set state prep records indoors and out at the 3A and 4A levels ... earned prep All-America honors from Track and Field News, Verizon and Nike in both 2002 and 2003 ... ranked sixth in Track and Field News' 2003 national prep rankings ... placed fourth at the 2003 U.S. Junior Nationals, and was the eighth in 2002 ... earned third at the Nike Indoor Championships in 2003, and fifth in 2002 ... took third in the vault at the 2002 and 2003 Golden West Games ... was third overall in the event at the 2002 N.Y. Armory Indoor Championships ... earned third in 2000 as a high-school freshman, and fifth in 1998 as a seventh-grader, at the Junior Olympics ... finished second, third and first, respectively, in the pole vault at the state championship meet from 2001-03 ... also excelled in gymnastics, five times qualifying for state and regional championships, and once for Junior Nationals ... won the Seamount League gymnastics title in 2000.
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