Soaring at Pole Vault Summit

by Public Relations Office - Cedarville, OH

Jason Scott soared to a school-record mark of 17 feet and 6.5 inches to tie for first place in the college division of the National Pole Vault Summit on January 20. He was one of four athletes to clear the height, but he tied Scott Roth from the University of Washington for top honors based on misses.

Scott added nearly six inches to his old school record of 17’ ¾”. He established that mark in winning the 2006 indoor title at the NAIA Championship.