Nicole Larson
Nicole Larson
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.
High School: West Allis Central
Events: Pole Vault
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor

Career Summary

2016 Season (Junior): INDOOR: Competed at eight meets...Competed primarily in the pole vault...Was an All-American after finishing fifth at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships (March 11-12), by clearing 3.76 meters...Set the NACC and school record in the pole vault...Indoor and PR of 3.92 meters came at the Carthage Final Qualifier (March 4), good for a first-place finish...Took first in the pole vault in every event but the NCAA Championships...Won the NACC Championships (February 27) by clearing 3.50 meters...Opened season with a win at the IWU First Chance Meet (December 5)...Cleared 3.79 meters at the Private College Invite (January 15-16)...Won the UW-Stout Open (January 23) by clearing 3.70 meters and the Tadd Metzger Invitational (January 29) after clearing 3.66 meters...Cleared 3.90 meters at the UW-Oshkosh Titan Challenge (February 20)...OUTDOOR: Competed at seven meets...Was again an All-American in the pole vault after tying for seventh at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships (May 26)...Also owns the school and NACC record in the event during the outdoor season...Cleared 3.85 meters, tying for an outdoor-season best...Also cleared 3.85 meters at the St. Norbert Invite (April 30)...Won the event at five meets...Won the NACC Outdoor Championships (May 6-7) after clearing 3.50 meters...Won the Augustana Meet of Champions (April 22), clearing 3.82 meters and won the Benedictine Relays (April 15-16)...Opened outdoor season by clearing 3.76 meters at the Private College Championships (April 9), winning the event.

2015 Season (Sophomore, Minnesota State Mankato): Raised her personal-record in the pole vault to 3.71 meters. 

2014 Season (Freshman, Minnesota State Mankato): Competed at Minnesota State...Personal best in the Pole Vault with a height of 3.58m which converted is a height of 11'9" at the MSU Mankato Chuck Peterson Preseason Open.