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Andrew LaHaye

Andrew LaHaye


Co-Captain qualifying at East Prelims with a vault of 5.25m (17-2.75) making this his third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship meet in the pole vault… his season best vault of 5.31m (17-5) came at Texas Relays…finished third at ACC Outdoor and second at ACC Indoor Championships… posted his career-best vault of 5.40 (17-8.50) at 2012 NCAA Championships, finished ninth on misses… Orlando native has knack for performing his best on big stage

  • Florida State’s most senior and accomplished pole vaulter entering his final season of eligibility outdoors
  • Poised for another major breakthrough heading into his final campaign after clearing an indoor personal best of 5.31 meters (17-5) at the 2013 ACC Indoor Championships, placing second overall
  • Narrowly missed qualifying for the 2013 NCAA Indoor National Championships
  • Enjoyed an outstanding junior season in 2012 when he qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the second consecutive year, clearing a lifetime best 5.32m (17-5.50) at the East Regional Preliminary meet to place sixth
  • Moved his lifetime best mark to 5.40m (17-8.50) at the NCAA Championship meet, where he earned second-team All-American honors by placing ninth – one spot off the podium – based on misses
  • Worked diligently on his speed as a junior, twice contributing legs to solid 4×100 meter relay teams for the Seminoles in 2012
  • Earned second-team All-American honors as a sophomore in 2011 when he placed 16th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships

Carries momentum into the outdoor season after a solid 2012 indoor campaign…matched his career-best with a vault of 5.20m (17-0.75) in a win at the Arkansas Qualifier, which came on the heels of a sixth-place finish at the ACC Indoor Championship…has improved his speed and technique throughout his career, which have led to incremental improvement along the way.


Outdoor – Qualified for his first NCAA Championship after capturing the NCAA First Round title by clearing 5.20…earned second-team All-American honors by placing 16th at the NCAA Championship meet…earned All-ACC honors with a third-place finish at the ACC Championship, contributing to the team’s seventh consecutive conference title…was highly competitive throughout the season, finishing in the top-three at nine different meets…opened the season with a win at the UNF Spring Break Invitational, clearing 5.20 for the first time. Indoor – did not compete.


Outdoor – battled consistency throughout the season, but rebounded late in the year with a third-place finish at the Seminole Twilight and a runner-up performance at the Seminole Invitational…cleared a season-best 4.95m (16-2.75) at Florida Relays. Indoor – turned in the most timely performance of his redshirt freshman season by clearing a then career-best 5.10m (16-8.75) at the ACC Indoor Championship, scoring a seventh-place finish as the `Noles claimed the conference title.


Capped outstanding career at Lake Brantley High with his 4A state championship record 16-1 vault as a senior…finished second as a junior and fifth at the state meet as a sophomore…was inducted into the Seminole County Sports Hall of Fame…majoring in philosophy…born March 11, 1990.