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¶2019 wNCAA PV: Tori Hoggard (Arkansas) 14-11½ (4.56)

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  • ¶2019 wNCAA PV: Tori Hoggard (Arkansas) 14-11½ (4.56)

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    1. Olivia Gruver Washington Sr
    2. Bonnie Draxler San Diego State Sr
    3. Lexi Jacobus Arkansas Sr
    4. Kristen Denk Vanderbilt Jr
    5. Nastassja Campbell SF Austin Fr
    6. Tori Hoggard Arkansas Sr
    7. Lucy Bryan’ Akron Jr
    8. Bridget Guy Virginia Sr
    9. Helen Falda’ South Dakota Jr
    10. Madison Pecot SF Austin Sr
    Last edited by dj; 06-07-2019, 04:42 AM.

  • #2
    Why the ' for Nastassja Campbell? She just set a US Junior Record indoors. She's from Texas.

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    • #3
      just an artifact

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      • #4
        Competition got pushed back, started about 9:30pm and will probably finish around midnight
        Gruver the only vaulter that looks ready to jump high, it is early, but everyone else seems to be struggling a bit.

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        • #5
          Jacobus out early. She had an injury this outdoor season, and looked nowhere near 100% today

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          • #6
            Freier out too. Arkansas would have really benefitted from big points in the PV, now it all comes down to Tori.

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            • #7
              Hoggard is the NCAA champ! Gruver by far had the most hip height of anyone in the field, but she got a little off at 4.51 and could not leave the bar up.
              We finished before midnight... barely...

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              • #8
                1 Victoria HOGGARD SR Arkansas 4.56m (14-11½) PB
                2 Bonnie DRAXLER SR San Diego State 4.51m (14-9½) =PB
                3 Olivia GRUVER SR Washington 4.45m (14-7¼)
                4 Bridget GUY SR Virginia 4.45m (14-7¼) SB
                5 Lucy BRYAN SR Akron 4.35m (14-3¼)
                6 Meagan GRAY SR Oklahoma 4.35m (14-3¼) PB
                7 Helen FALDA JR South Dakota 4.35m (14-3¼)
                8 Kristen DENK JR Vanderbilt 4.35m (14-3¼)
                9 Madison PECOT SR Stephen F. Austin 4.20m (13-9¼)
                9 Alexis JACOBUS SR Arkansas 4.20m (13-9¼)
                9 Maddie GARDNER SR West Virginia 4.20m (13-9¼)
                9 Elleyse GARRETT SR UCLA 4.20m (13-9¼)
                9 Desiree FREIER SR Arkansas 4.20m (13-9¼)
                14 Reagan DARBONNE SO Northwestern St. 4.20m (13-9¼) PB
                14 Rebekah MARKEL SR Tulane 4.20m (13-9¼)
                16 Chinne OKORONKWO JR Texas Tech 4.20m (13-9¼)
                16 Nastassja CAMPBELL FR Stephen F. Austin 4.20m (13-9¼)
                16 Lindsey MURRAY SR Ole Miss 4.20m (13-9¼)
                19 Gabriela LEON SO Louisville 4.05m (13-3½)
                19 Kayla SMITH JR Georgia 4.05m (13-3½)
                19 Nati SHEPPARD SR Duke 4.05m (13-3½)
                22 Hannah JEFCOAT SO Tennessee 4.05m (13-3½)
                23 Kaitlyn MERRITT JR Stanford 4.05m (13-3½)
                Sara MCKEEMAN SR Ohio State NH

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by polevaultpower View Post
                  Hoggard is the NCAA champ!
                  Yay! As the twin usually overshadowed by Lexi, this is an apt ending to her NCAA career.

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                  • #10
                    I was kinda pulling for her too.

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                    • #11
                      Sweet bookends: Lexi wins as a freshman, Tori wins as a senior.

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                      • #12
                        i noted the TxTech vaulter pushed the pole down the runway. I think I have seen HS girls do that but is it unique in college?

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                        • #13
                          '01 World Indoor bronze medalist Tye Harvey did it

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt6o6kLruVo

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by lonewolf View Post
                            i noted the TxTech vaulter pushed the pole down the runway. I think I have seen HS girls do that but is it unique in college?
                            I am appalled by it, but understand it's a work-around for vaulters who can't get the timing of the pole-drop. The other 'technique' that appalls me is putting the pole up in the plant position several strides out, for much of the same reason. Both gravely inhibit the ability to achieve maximum usable take-off speed. Arrrggghhh.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gh View Post
                              '01 World Indoor bronze medalist Tye Harvey did it
                              ??!!

                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEGPFLafQME

                              Your video looks like a drill, not an actual comp vault.

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