|High School:||Charles B. Aycock|
Honors: Indoor Second Team All-America (Pole Vault - 2011) ... Indoor NCAA Championships Participant (Pole Vault - 2011) ... Indoor All-East (2008, 2009) ... Indoor All-ACC (2009, 2010, 2011) ... Indoor ACC Performer of the Week (2011) ... Indoor Academic All-ACC (2011) ... Indoor Team Co-MVP (2009, 2010) ... Indoor Team Freshman of the Year (2008) ... Outdoor Second Team All-America (Pole Vault - 2012)...Outdoor ACC Champion (2009, 2010) ... Outdoor All-ACC (2009, 2010) ... Outdoor All-ACC Academic (2010) ... Outdoor All-East (2008, 2009) ... Outdoor Team Top Field Performer (2008, 2009, 2010).
2011-12: Did not compete during the indoor season...outdoors, earned second team All-America honors in the pole vault by finishing 15th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships...cleared a personal record 13-9.25 (4.20) at the Texas Relays to finish second overall...finished fourth at the ACC Outdoor Championships.
2010-11: Enjoyed another strong campaign as Duke's top vaulter ... began the indoor season with a 13-2.25 clearance to finish third at the Virginia Tech Invitational ... topped her own school record with a first-place, 13-11.25 showing at the Virginia Tech Challenge ... that performance ranks No. 1 on Duke's all-time charts ... garnered All-ACC honors for the third consecutive year with a second-place finish at the indoor conference meet, clearing 13-7.25 ... advanced to the NCAA Indoor Championships, where she posted a clearance of 13-1.50 to place 12th and earn Second Team All-America accolades ... competed on one occasion during the outdoor season due to injury, registering a 12-5.50, fourth-place effort at the Stanford Invitational.
2009-10: During the indoor season, cleared 13-feet or better on four occasions ... won the UNC Invite on Feb. 12, with a 13-1.50 clearance ... came in second a week later at the VT Challenge with another 13-1.50 mark ... earned All-ACC honors at the conference championships with a 13-3.50, clearance, the No. 2 Duke performance, to finish in third place ... Named Duke team Co-MVP for the indoor season ... outdoors, won a total of five individual titles, beginning with the Wake Forest Open on Mar. 19 ... cleared 12-11.50 to win the Duke Invitational ... personal-best 13-3.50 jump, the No. 2 performance at Duke, came at the Carolina Fast Times on Apr. 10 ... won her second straight ACC pole vault title with a 13-3.50 jump at the conference championships ... qualified for the NCAA Preliminary Round, where she tied for 16th place ... named Duke Top Field Performer at the annual banquet.
2008-09: Cemented her position as Duke's top vaulter, posting the Devils' top marks both indoors and outdoors in 2009 ... indoors, won an ECAC individual championship and garnered All-East accolades after clearing 13-1.50 ... cleared the same height to tie for second at the ACC Indoor Championships, earning All-ACC honors in the process ... won the Terrier Classic and tied for third at the VT Challenge ... named ACC Performer of the Week on Feb. 24 ... earned Co-MVP honors for the women's track & field squad at Duke's annual awards banquet ... outdoors, won a total of six meets, including the first four of the season ... captured her first ACC title with a jump of 13-3.50 at the conference championships ... finished eighth at the ECAC Outdoor Championships to pick up All-East recognition ... closed out her stellar sophomore campaign with a 16th-place showing at the NCAA East Regional in 12-6.
2007-08: Named Duke Freshman of the Year and Field Performer of the Year after leading the squad with five clearances of 12-feet ... indoors, earned All-East honors after a then-personal-best 12-3.50 jump at the ECAC Championships ... came in sixth at the ACC Indoor Championships after clearing 11-11.75 ... during the outdoor season, garnered her second All-East recognition with a fourth-place effort at the ECAC Championships ... took third place, her highest finish of the year, at the Duke Twilight, clearing a then-personal-best 12-3.50.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner at Charles B. Aycock ... advanced to the state competition four consecutive seasons ... also lettered three years in volleyball ... three-time team MVP and all-conference pick in volleyball.
Personal: Daughter of Jackie and Mike Fryt ... born Mar. 27, 1989 ... majoring in public policy.