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Colling won his division with a PR of 15 feet, 5 inches.
Colling, Fisk shine at National Pole Vault Summit
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Updated: Tuesday 01/20/2013 03:07:41 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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RENO, Nev. -- North Dakota's Tyler Colling and Jordan Fisk finished first and second in their division, highlighting an outstanding effort by UND's participants today at the UCS Spirit National Pole Vault Summit.

Colling's personal-record mark of 15 feet, 5 inches (4.70 meters) enabled the sophomore from Forest Lake, Minn., to finish first in his 11-man division. His teammate Fisk, a junior from Langdon, N.D., was the division's runner-up with a personal-record of 15 feet, 1 inch (4.60 meters).

UND junior Kohl Koppinger (Dickinson, N.D.) placed sixth in his division, clearing 14 feet, 3 inches (4.30 meters). Teammate Matthew Harris (Jr., Sidney, Mont.) logged an identical mark of 14 feet, 3 inches.

UND's entire squad will return to action Jan. 26 at Iowa State's Bill Bergan Invitational.

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