|Coaches Tom Williams, Ray Sabbatine & Paul Babits|
|Pole vault - 16-0 3/4 (4.90)|
2008 Outdoor-Redshirted ... Finished fourth in the pole vault by tying his personal-best clearance of 16-0 3/4 while competing unattached in front of the home crowd at the Smoky Mountain Twilight (May 6) ... Cleared the bar at his personal-best height of 16-0 3/4 to finish third in the open section while competing unattached at the Sea Ray Relays (April 11) ... Cleared 15-1 and placed ninth in the pole vault while competing unattached at the Vanderbilt Invitational (April 18).
2008 Indoor-Redshirted ... Recorded his season-best clearance of 15-6 1/4 and finished 16th in the pole vault while competing unattached at the Virginia Tech Challenge (Feb. 22) ... Tied for 16th in the pole vault with a 15-3 clearance while competing unattached at the Virginia Tech Invitational (Jan. 12).
High School-Helped his team to the 2005, 2006 and 2007 Class A Kentucky state championships ... Four-time state pole vault champion, taking the crown indoors and outdoors in both 2006 and 2007 ... Broke the Class A state pole vault outdoor record with his 15-9 clearance ... Took sixth in the pole vault at the 2006 AAU Junior Olympics ... Won the pole vault and placed fifth in the 300 hurdles at the 2006 Kentucky state championships ... Five-time All-State in the pole vault, three-time All-State in the 300 hurdles and two-time All-State in the 110 hurdles ... Holds Bardstown school records in the pole vault and javelin ... Also a four-year letterman in soccer, earning the Best Offensive Player Award three times and Team MVP twice ... Was voted Most Athletic by his senior classmates.
Personal-Full name is Michael Brent Seaman ... Born Sept. 29, 1987 in Springfield, Ohio ... Parents are Chris and Daphne Seaman ... Family includes older brothers Chris and Stephen ... Was high school teammates with Kwasi Obeng, a sophomore 400 runner at the University of Kentucky.