Louisville, KY (ASU) – It proved to be a record-setting day for ASU sophomore pole vaulter Stephanie Foreman at the Louisville Cardinal Twilight Classic as the defending Sun Belt Champion broke a nine-year old ASU school record by jumping 13-5 ¾ finishing first in the event Friday.
The previous mark of 15-5 ¼ was set by Michelle Legatt during the 2001 season.
"Stephanie Foreman had a great day," said ASU head coach Lon Badeaux. "I think she stepped forward and solidified herself as one of the best pole vaulters in the NCAA. Now we will be sitting in wiating for the next few days to see who is in regionals and go from there."
ASU senior Catherine Frappier jumped 12-10 to finish third in the pole vault while Erica Naeger was 12-00 for eighth place.
Sprint hurdler Solomon Williams won the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.59 in the event, beating the 12-man field.
Caitlin Winey finished with her second-fastest time of the season posting a 14.12 to finish sixth in the women's 100 hurdles.
In the women's discus throw, freshman thrower Julia Agawu finished sixth in the event recording a hurl of 157-01.
In the men's pole vault, senior Jeremy Willis finished third with a jump of 15-11 ¼ while David Starnes was sixth at 15-7 ¼.
The Red Wolves will await their NCAA Regional selections which will arive on Thursday. ASUhas six athletes which will be vying for NCAA Regional selections.