Shelar Breaks School Record

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University junior Katlyn Shelar broke the school record in the pole vault with a mark of 4.08 meters at the Ohio Team Challenge and Sunset Classic on Saturday in Athens, Ohio.

Shelar placed first in the event with a personal-best mark and takes over the school record from Erin Nett who had held it since 2002 with a mark of 4.00 meters.

WVU took the next four spots in the pole vault with Kiley Defibaugh and Lindsay Kopenhaver tying for second with marks of 3.25, while Kimberly Mulvin and Caitlin Walton tied for fourth with marks of 3.25 as well.

Senior Heather Adams won both discus and hammer throw for the second meet in a row with marks of 43.88 meters and 50.47 meters, respectively. Karissa Knabenshue placed second in the discus with a mark of 42.11, while also taking third in the shot put with a mark of 12.31 meters.


Shelar Vaulter Magazine
Shelar Vaulter Magazine

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