Jan. 18, 2003
RENO, Nev. - Launching herself to a new school record, senior Natalie Dye put Maryland indoor track and field near the top of the finish charts at the U.S. Pole Vault Summit Saturday in Reno, Nev.
Taking second place in the College Women 3 group, Dye's successful jump of 12 feet, 7.5 inches is 1.5 inches higher than the indoor school record she set last season. Karen Bewley of UCLA took first in the group, also at a height of 12-7.5, and Arizona's Jaunita Brown rounded out the top three with a 12-3.5 jump.
Next weekend Dye is back in action with her team as they host their final home meet of the season, the Maryland Invitational, on Jan. 25 at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex.
Click here for complete results of the 2003 U.S. Pole Vault Summit.