Zach Bradford Stars In The Latest Alumni Report

Former Bloomington HS grad Zach Bradford continues his record-breaking assault at the collegiate level

Official Univesity of Kansas press release-

One week after breaking the Kansas indoor school record in the men's pole vault, Kansas sophomore Zach Bradford broke the record again on Friday, vaulting 5.80m (19-0.25 ft.) in the pole vault at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

His record ups his vault from a week ago at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational, where he went 5.70m (18-7.75 ft.). On Friday, his clearance at 5.80m (19-0.25 ft.) makes him the No. 9 performer in NCAA indoor history, while clearing the Olympic standard and the No. 3 mark in the NCAA this season.

Bradford opened his day at 5.30m (17-4.5 ft.), where he recorded only one miss on his first six bars. After clearing 5.75m (18-10.25 ft.) on his first attempt, marking the No. 2 performance in KU school history, Bradford went over 5.80m (19-0.25 ft.) on his second attempt to claim the new school record.

Bradford's record-setting performance earned him his fourth-consecutive victory this season.

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Feb 10, 2020 - Feb 16, 2020

Men's Events

High Jump

Long Jump

One Mile Run

Pole Vault

Shot Put

Triple Jump

Weight Throw

60 Meter Hurdles

60 Meter Dash

200 Meter Dash

400 Meter Dash

800 Meter Run

3000 Meter Run

5000 Meter Run

Women's Events

High Jump

Long Jump

One Mile Run

Pole Vault

Shot Put

Triple Jump

Weight Throw