Jeff Trembley     
      Jeff Trembley

Maryville, Tenn.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175

Pole Vault



Career Best
Pole vault 16-4 3/4 (5.00)

SEC Results-Indoor
2004-Pole vault No height
2005-Pole vault No height

SEC Results-Outdoor
2003-Pole vault 16-4 3/4 (11th)
2004-Pole vault 16-0 3/4 (6th)
2005-Pole vault 15-5 3/4 (10th-t)

NCAA Mideast Regional-Outdoor
2003-Pole vault No height


Major- Exercise science (second degree).

2005-Outdoor- Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Won Captain's Award at team banquet ... Elected team co-captain with Robert Boulware and Matthew Lapp ... Tied for 10th with a 15-5 3/4 pole vault clearance at the SEC outdoor championships ... Cleared his season-best height of 16-2 3/4 in a fifth-place pole vault effort at the Jim Click Shootout (March 26) ... Placed fourth at the Gatorade Classic after pole vaulting 16-0 3/4 over the home track.

2005-Indoor- Struck silver with a season-best pole vault of 16-1 3/4 at the Tennessee All-Comers (Jan. 7) ... No heighted at the SEC indoors after struggling with a hamstring injury ... Claimed sixth after clearing 16-0 3/4 at the New Balance Invitational in New York ... Tied for second after jumping 15-7 at the Tennessee Classic.

2004-Outdoor- Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Co-recipient of the Herb Neff Award (freshman or non-scholarship athlete who makes valuable contribution) with Jacob Dennis and Jim Sexton at team banquet ... Followed the Volunteer directive to peak in the postseason after clearing his season-best 16-0 3/4 bar to place sixth after smartly vaulting clean early to score at the SEC outdoors (May 16) ... Cleared 15-11 to finish ninth at the Knoxville Invitational ... Opened his outdoor season by tying for silver with a 15-7 jump at Florida State's Snowbird Invitational.

2004-Indoor- Achieved his best clearance of the season by successfully navigating the 16-3 1/4 bar to grab fourth at the Tennessee Invitational (Feb. 20) ... Finished behind only Olympic champion Tim Mack, former Vol All-America Rocky Danners and teammate Chandler Rice at the Tennessee Invitational ... No heighted at the SEC indoors ... Opened season with a fifth-place, 16-0 3/4 clearance at the Clemson Opener ... Finished fourth at the Armory Collegiate Invitational in New York after jumping 15-9.

2003-Outdoor- Despite not getting much outdoor work prior to the conference meet, peaked for a career day at the SEC outdoors ... Vaulted to a lifetime-best and regional-qualifying 16-4 3/4 height to finish 11th in the SEC outdoors (May 17) ... After dangerous conditions forced the pole vault indoors at the NCAA Mideast Regional, Trembley no-heighted to close his freshman campaign.

2003-Indoor- Claimed his season-best leap of 15-11 to earn eighth at the Armory Invitational (Feb. 15) ... Tied for third with heptathlon/decathlon world champion Tom Pappas after clearing 15-10 at the Tennessee Classic.

2002- Redshirted.


Broke then-Tennessee high school pole vault record with personal-best 15-9 clearance to take top honors at the 2000 state meet ... Finished third in the AAU Junior Olympics as a sophomore in 1998 ... Took Blount County pole vault championship in 1999 and 2000 ... Despite hamstring and back injuries, Trembley holds Blount County record ... Son of John Trembley, the legendary former Vol swimmer and current Tennessee swimming head coach ... Younger brother, Lee, also a member of Tennessee's pole vault corps.



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