BROOKINGS, S.D. — Sophomore Seth Wilmoth vaulted himself into a national championship on the final day of the 2019 NAIA Indoor National Championship. Wilmoth cleared a school-record 5.05 meters (16-6 3/4) on his second attempt to win the event.

“Seth Wilmoth was brilliant today,” said Westmont head coach Russell Smelley. “He stayed focused and consistent and clean to win the national championship. He kept going up on his pole size and kept going higher and higher. It was outstanding. (Assistant Coach) Tom Fitzsimons has helped Will develop his skills to a high level and he is going to go higher.”

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