Jocelyn Lindsay
Jocelyn  Lindsay


Waynesburg, Pa.

High School:
Waynesburg Central

Pole Vault


2005: Voted as one of eight team captains for 2006 ... Received first career Big Ten medal in the pole vault, placing third at 2005 Big Ten Championships with a indoor career-best leap of 3.90 (12-9.50) ... Placed fifth at the outdoor conference championships with pole vault jump of 3.70 (12-1.5) ... NCAA regional qualifier in the pole vault. Tied for seventh in this event at regionals with a season-best height of 3.81 (12-6) ... Won outdoor pole vault title at the Indiana Intercollegiates, reaching a top height of 3.65 (11-11.75). Also finished as the runner-up at the Clemson Relays, topping out at 3.80 (12-5.5) ... During the indoor season, won two home pole vault titles at the Edmonds Cup and Boilermaker Invitational. Placed second in the indoor vault at the Iowa State Classic, McCravy Memorial, Purdue Invite and Indiana/Ohio State Triangular.

2004 (Outdoor): Qualified for the NCAA Mideast Regionals in the pole vault ... placed 13th at regionals with a leap of 12-4 ... competed in the pole vault at the Big Ten Championships, placing 11th with a height of 11-9.75 ... recorded a season and sophomore class-best leap of 13-1.5 at the Indy Relays to place second ... earned first place against Indiana with a vault of 12-3.5 ... placed third in the pole vault at the Miami Invitational, Big Ten Previews and Purdue Invitational ... (Indoor) Tied for fourth place in the pole vault at the Big Ten Championships with a leap of 12-5 1/2 ... won pole vault titles at the Ohio State Triangular (12-5 1/2), Indiana Invitational (12-7 1/2) and the New York Armory Collegiate Invitational (12-7 1/2).

2003 (Outdoor): Posted an NCAA Regional qualifying height of 12 feet at season-opening meet at the Boilermaker Invitational ... tied for fourth place in the pole vault at the Indiana dual meet ... was 15th in the vault at the Big Ten Championships ... (Indoor) reached a top height of 12-0 against Indiana State and at the Boilermaker Invitational ... was the runner-up in the pole vault at the N.Y. Armory Collegiate Invitational, reaching a height of 11-11.75 ... placed ninth at the Big Ten Championships at 11-11.75.

High School: Graduated from Waynesburg Central High School in 2002 ... owns the national sophomore class record holder in the pole vault clearing 12-5 ... was the first female district (WPIAL) and state champion in the pole vault as a freshman ... was state champion both her freshman and senior years and finished as the runner-up during her sophomore and junior campaigns ... placed fifth at both indoor and outdoor nationals her senior year, was sixth at indoor nationals as a junior and seventh her sophomore season ... a four-time district champion in the vault ... set the district record in the pole vault as both a freshman and sophomore ... posted a new Baldwin Invitational record during both her sophomore and junior campaigns ... personal best mark of 12-6 was set her junior year ... ranked among the top 10 prepsters in the United States...was sixth at the state gymnastics meet as a freshman ... was also a three-time soccer letterwinner ... class valedictorian.

Personal: Given name Jocelyn Elaine Lindsay ... born Oct. 10, 1983 ... parents are Don and Jeanette Lindsay ... has one brother, Brandon ... enrolled in the School of Liberal Arts.


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