Andy Lane     
      Andy Lane

Knoxville, Tenn.

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Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180

Pole Vault



Career Best
Pole vault 17-0 3/4 (5.20)

SEC Results-Indoor
2005-Pole vault No height

SEC Results-Outdoor
2005-Pole vault 16-3 1/2 (5th)


Major- Marketing/Logistics

2006-Outdoor- Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Battled injuries throughout the season and did not compete.

2006-Indoor- Won the pole vault in all three meets in which he competed, all in three straight weeks ... Raised his personal-best vault twice ... Won the Hoosier Open with a vault of 16-8 3/4 (Jan. 7) ... Topped the field at the Kentucky Invitational with his personal-best clearance of 17-0 3/4 (Jan. 14) ... Cleared the bar at 16-6 3/4 to win the pole vault at the Gator Invitational (Jan. 21).

2005-Outdoor- Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Won Comeback of the Year Award at team banquet ... Added six inches to his pole vault PR during the outdoor season ... Achieved his outdoor season-best clearance after smartly vaulting 16-3 1/2 to place fifth at the SEC outdoor championships (May 15), contributing four of the 12 points authored by the Tennessee vaulters at the meet ... Finished second at the Knoxville Twilight Meet with a 16-0 3/4 leap ... Took fifth at the Gatorade Classic after vaulting 16-0 3/4.

2005-Indoor- Finished tied for second at the New Balance Invitational in New York after jumping 16-6 3/4, tied for his career best (Feb. 5) ... Also cleared 16-6 3/4 in a third-place effort at the Kentucky Invitational (Jan. 14) ... Jumped 16-0 3/4 to tie for eighth at the Virginia Tech Challenge ... Earned second in section two of the Pole Vault Summit in Reno, Nev., after clearing 15-11 ... No-heighted in the SEC indoor championships while battling a hamstring injury.

2004-Outdoor- Squad member.

2004-Indoor- Achieved his career-best clearance of 16-0 3/4 to earn seventh place at the Clemson Opener (Dec. 6, 2003) while competing unattached ... Tied for third at the Tennessee All-Comers Meet with a 15-1 3/4 clearance ... Finished seventh after clearing 15-0 1/4 at Kentucky's McCravy Memorial ... Cleared 15-3 to take ninth at the Armory Collegiate Invitational in New York ... Placed fifth with a 15-3 1/2 jump at the Tennessee Invitational.

2003-Indoor and Outdoor- Redshirted ... Finished 12th after a 15-3 leap while competing unattached at the Sea Ray Relays ... Took 10th after clearing 15-7 at the Knoxville Invitational.


Attended Clemson in fall 2002 but did not compete for the Tigers before enrolling at Tennessee to begin spring 2003 ... Broken wrist prevented him from competing at Clemson ... Won the 2002 Junior Olympics with a 15-0 leap ... Took the Volunteer State's pole vault title in 2001 as a junior ... Took third in the pole vault as a senior at the 2002 state meet ... Earned all-state acclaim in 2001 ... Named all-region in 2001 and 2002 ... Cleared 15-0 twice, at the 2001 Tennessee state championships and at the 2002 Junior Olympics.



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