Pole Vault: 13-8 1/2 (4.18) (2/17/17)
Pole Vault: 13-9 1/4 (4.20m) (5/25/17)
Big Ten Championships
2017(O): PV - 13-4 1/2 (4.08m) (2nd)
2017 (I): PV - 13-7 1/4 (4.15m) (2nd)
All-Big Ten Second Team (PV - 2017 Outdoor, 2017 Indoor)
Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2018)
Academic All-Big Ten (2018, 2019)
Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016, 2017, 2018; Spring 2017, 2018)
USTFCCCA All-Academic Team (2017)
Sam Foltz Hero 27 Leadership Award (2018)
Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019)
Outdoor: Redshirted, competed as unattached...finished second in the pole vault at the Nebraska Invitational with a clearance of 12-6 (3.81m).
Indoor: Finished second in the pole vault at the Big Ten Indoor Championships with a jump of 13-7 1/4 (4.15m)...set a personal best of 13-8 1/2 (4.18m) to win the Nebraska Tune-Up...also claimed victories at the Holiday Inn Invitational and adidas Classic...finished the season tied for seventh on NU's all-time indoor pole vault chart.
Outdoor: Finished 14th at the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the pole vault with an outdoor personal-best 13-9 1/4 (4.20m)...was the Big Ten runner-up with a mark of 13-4 1/2 (4.08m)...won the Nebraska Invitational, John Jacobs Invitational, Tom Botts Invitational and Husker Spring Invitational for a total of four outdoor pole vault titles...took second at the Texas Tech Red Raider Shootout...finished the year with the No. 5 mark on NU's all-time outdoor pole vault chart.
Attended Rochester Century High School in Rochester, Minnesota...set a high school PR of 13-7 1/4 (4.15m), a Minnesota state record...was a four-time Minnesota state champion and set the Minnesota state meet record...won the USATF Junior Olympics pole vault title in 2015 with her jump of 13-7 1/4 (4.14m)...was a high school All-American in diving, as well as a four-time sectional champion and section record holder...was the Minnesota state runner-up in 2013 and 2015...was also named an All-State Elite in gymnastics, which goes to the top five in the state in Minnesota's largest two classes...competed in 14 total state tournaments and was named the 2015 athlete of the year.
Born Andrianna Jacobs on Sept. 5, 1997...parents are Chad and Christina...majors are journalism, psychology and broadcasting.