2005-06:Placed fifth at the MPSF Championships for the second straight season with a vault of 13-1 feet...finished ninth at the Pac-10 Championships clearing an outdoor season high of 12-11 1/2 feet.
2004-05: Added eight inches to her career best, after having added seven inches in 2005 ... earned first-career NCAA All-America honor with a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Indoors ... one of three UW pole vault All-Americans in 2005 ... cleared a lifetime-best 13-9 1/4 at the NCAA meet, UW's second-best ever indoors ... tied for 20th in the vault at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... placed sixth in the vault at Pac-10s, and fourth at Regionals ... cleared an outdoor season-best 13-5 1/4 at Mt. SAC to climb to third on UW's all-time outdoor top-10 ... placed fifth in the vault at MPSFs.
2003-04: Added more than seven inches to her career bests in her first season at UW ... became the fourth UW woman to vault 13 feet with a clearance of 13-1 3/4 at Regionals ... vault won a jump-off for seventh place, and was then fourth-best in UW history ... one of three UW women among the top-seven at Regionals ... achieved indoor best of 12-9 at the Last Chance Qualifier.
2002-03 (UNC Wilmington): Set a meet record in a victory at the 2003 CAA Championships, clearing 11-6 1/4 ... crushed the UNCW school record outdoors with a best of 12-6 ... placed seventh in the vault at the ECAC Championships with a mark of 12-4 ... placed 23rd in the pole vault at the NCAA East Regional ... won the vault at the 2003 Georgia Invite.
High School and Personal: Parents are Pamela and Fred ... has five siblings, brothers Jeremy and Justin, and sisters Amber, April and Andrea ... uncle, Brian Stapp, played football at UW in 1959, and has the team's award for Special Teams Scout Squad MVP named after him ... won the pole vault at the 2002 U.S. Junior Olympics Regionals in Shoreline, Wash. ... placed seventh in the event at the 2002 Nike Indoor Classic in Maryland ... was the state 3A titlist in 2000, and took third in the event in 2001 ... received the Olympian's Award of Excellence in 2001 ... lettered all four years and served as captain in 2002 ... also lettered four times in volleyball, and once in basketball ... interested in a career in the performing arts.
Collegiate Best Marks