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College Results January 28th Weekend

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:27 pm
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Kangaroo Invitational

Women Pole Vault
  Fieldhouse: F 4.02m  2005        Marissa Dudek, Pittsburgh
                4.20m  AUTO
                3.95m  PROV
    Name              Year School                  Finals                        Points
  1 Peck, Jen              Akron                    3.80m         12-05.50    7
  2 Miller, Jessica        Akron                    3.65m         11-11.75    5
  3 Jarvis, Stephanie      YSU                      3.35m         10-11.75    4
  3 Nance, Jenna           Akron                   x3.35m         10-11.75

Men Pole Vault
  Fieldhouse: F 5.51m  1/13/2006   John Russell, Akron
                5.50m  AUTO
                5.20m  PROV
    Name              Year School                  Finals                        Points
  1 Russell, John          Akron                    5.50m AUTO    18-00.50    7
  2 Gebauer, Brad          MSU                      5.35m PROV    17-06.50    5
  3 Stornant, Tommy        MSU                      4.75m         15-07.00    4
  4 Lott, Weston           Akron                    4.30m         14-01.25    3

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:42 pm
by rainbowgirl28

Gauthier Sets School Record At Pole Vault Summit
Recap Date: 01/28/06

RENO, Nev. - Junior Patricia Gauthier set a new school indoor record in the pole vault at the U.S. Pole Vault Summit, Saturday. The event featured the world's elite and collegiate best pole vaulters.

Gauthier cleared 3.75m (12-3.50), surpassing the old mark, which she held of 3.71m (12-1.50) set at the Washington Open #3 last February.
Also competing for the Rainbow Wahine were newcomers Samantha Weaver and Jessica Trujillo. Both cleared 3.35m (10-11.75), which was Weaver's new indoor personal best mark.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:43 pm
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Senior Leah Williams (Brookfield, Conn.) tied the school record in the pole vault with a height of 3.60 meters.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:46 pm
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SDSU's Erin Asay Shines At National Pole Vault Summit
Aztec senior records NCAA provisional qualifying mark

Jan. 28, 2006

SAN DIEGO - The San Diego State indoor track and field season got underway on Saturday as six Aztec pole vaulters competed in the 15th Annual National Pole Vault Summit at the Reno Hilton in Reno, Nev.

Senior Erin Asay (San Diego, Calif.) recorded SDSU's most impressive performance of the day when she cleared 13 feet, 3.50 inches to provisionally qualify for the NCAA indoor championships. Asay's mark was the best in the women's College Elite division and also ranks as the top vault in the Mountain West Conference this year.

"Erin started off the year with a great first meet," said Aztec assistant coach Richard Fox. "We're looking forward to see how she progresses during the season."

Meanwhile, junior transfer Dana Van Wagner (Sparr, Fla.) registered a vault of 11-7.75 in her first meet for SDSU, a result also shared by teammate Monica Pacas (Atascadero, Calif.). Rounding out the scarlet and black contingent at the summit were freshmen Dana Jensen (Temecula, Calif.), Carrie Wick (Santee, Calif.) and Katie Adams (Laguna Niguel, Calif.).

Former SDSU star Shayla Balentine also competed at the meet, posting a leap of 12-11.50 in the women's Open Elite division.

The Aztec pole vaulters will join the rest of the track and field squad in their first full indoor meet of the 2006 season on Saturday, Feb. 4 at the Mountain T's Invitational in Flagstaff, Ariz., slated to begin at 10 a.m. MST.

National Pole Vault Summit--Reno Nev.
(SDSU results only)
Erin Asay: 13-3.50
Dana Van Wagner: 11-7.75
Monica Pacas: 11-7.75
Dana Jensen: 11-1.75
Carrie Wick: 11-1.75
Katie Adams: 10-8.00

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:47 pm
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Molly Lederman won the pole vault while setting the facility record at 3.86m, beating the old record set by Ashley Nolet (3.85m) in 2003.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:48 pm
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Graeme Hoste won the pole vault with a career-best mark of 17-0 3/4 (5.20m, #2 all-time at Stanford). Hoste's mark is also an NCAA provisional qualifying effort.

Pole Vault - 1. Graeme Hoste (S) 17-0 3/4 (5.20m)p; 2. Mike Landers (UCLA) 16-0 3/4 (4.90m); 3. David Shortenhaus (UCLA) 16-0 3/4 (4.90m)

Pole Vault - 1. Chelsea Johnson (UCLA) 13-3 3/4 (4.06m); 2. Susanna McFarlane (S) 12-2 (3.71m); 3. Jackie Nguyen (Unat) 12-2 (3.71m)

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:49 pm
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A pair of Buckeyes posted career bests in the pole vault. Kim Willett cleared 11-6 ½ to claim runner up in the women's event and freshman Bryan Chard also took second on the men's side at 15-1.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:52 pm
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On Saturday, Jessica Reust won the pole vault by clearing 12 feet, 111/2 inches. The Farragut High School graduate had three tries at toppling Christie Elwin's school record of 13-21/4, but she came up just short.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:09 pm
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While sprints were being taken care of on the track, the Orange and Blue field competitors dominated the field events, winning three of six events and placing second in another. Senior Eric Disilvestro stunned everyone in attendance as he set a new personal best of 17'01.00" (5.21m), one foot higher than any other competitor.

On one attempt to vault after already breaking his personal best, DiSilvestro spiked the pole with his left foot as he began his vault, snapping the pole in half and sending him falling to the mat. He was left unscarred, however seemed rattled which caused him to fail his next two attempts to continue to top his record. DiSilvestro's mark of 17'01.00" provisionally qualified him for the NCAA Championships.

"Qualifying is nice," DiSilvestro said. "I've been intending to do it all year, so it's just another step for me on the way to nationals."

Following DiSilvestro in the pole vault in second place was sophomore John Adamczyk with a vault of 16'00.75".

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:15 pm
by rainbowgirl28

"We had a very good two days of competition this weekend," Coach Mark Robison said. "Our men performed well and I was also very pleased with the competitors."

National Champion, Robbie Pratt won at the Pole Vault Summit in Reno, breaking his own personal best and setting a new school record and Mexico indoor national record with his vault of 18 feet 8 inches.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:18 pm
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Lobo Vaulters Keep Flying At Home In New Mexico Invitational

Next home meet, the Albuquerque Invitational, set for Feb. 11 at the Convention Center.

Whitney Johnson surpassed the NCAA provisional standard with a winning mark of 12-11.50 in the pole vault.

Jan. 28, 2006

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The University of New Mexico pole vaulters continued to thrive in the friendly confines of the Albuquerque Convention Center as Derek Mackel and Whitney Johnson combined for a UNM sweep of the men's and women's events today in the New Mexico Invitational. Mackel surpassed the NCAA provisional standard for the second straight week with a mark of 17-07.25 and Johnson had a provisional qualifying vault of 12-11.50 to lead a strong effort by the Lobos in a 13-team field that included the No. 15 Texas Tech men.

Both Mackel and Johnson bowed out after narrowly missing all three attempts at the UNM indoor records in their respective events. Coming off a career-best 17-11.00 clearance last week, Mackel ended his day after a valiant run at Simon Arkell's 1991 record of 18-01.50. Johnson, meanwhile, missed on all three attempts to surpass Bridgid Isworth's 2003 mark of 13-02.50. Mackel led a 1-2-3 finish for the Lobos in the men's vault as junior Robert Caldwell cleared 16-08.75 and sophomore Zach Graham recorded a collegiate best mark of 16-02.75.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:40 pm
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Luethmers Set UW Record in Pole Vault

MADISON, Wis. - For the second time in as many meets, the University of Wisconsin school record in the pole vault has been set. Redshirt sophomore Blair Luethmers broke the record set two weeks ago by freshman Jenny Soceka at the Wisconsin Elite Invitational on Saturday in the Shell.

Luethmers, from Park Falls, Wis., improved her personal best three times in a row at the meet, including a final clearance of 13 feet, ¼ inch. Her mark shattered Soceka’s mark of 12-6 ¼ set at the Badger Track Classic two weeks ago. Luethmers mark is also an NCAA provisional qualifying mark. Soceka finished second in the vault today at 12-0 ½.

Luethmers was the only NCAA qualifier at the meet but the Badgers won nine other events.