Indoors: Pole Vault, 13-9 1/4
Outdoors: Pole Vault, 13-11 1/4
2004 Indoor Pole Vault
2004 Outdoor Pole Vault
Big 12 Indoor (2004) and Outdoor Pole Vault Champion (2004, 2006)
Big 12 Indoor Freshman of the Year (2004)
Verizon Junior All-American (2004)
Team Co-Captain (2006)
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Vice President (2006-07)
CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team (2006)
NCAA Division I Track Coaches Association All-Academic Team (2004, 2006)
Academic All-Big 12 First Team (2006)
Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall 2003, 2004, 2005; Spring 2004, 2005, 2006)
In the Husker Record Books:
Indoors: Pole Vault (t1st)
Outdoors: Pole Vault (1st)
2006 (I): Pole Vault, 13-5 1/4 (9th)
2006 (O): Pole Vault, 13-1 1/2 (t17th)
2004 (I): Pole Vault, 13-7 1/4 (3rd)
2004 (O): Pole Vault, 13-9 1/4 (3rd)
Big 12 Championships:
2007 (O): Pole Vault, (1st)
2006 (I): Pole Vault, 13-5 1/4 (1st)
2004 (I): Pole Vault, 13-9 1/4 (1st)
2004 (O): Pole Vault, 13-5 1/4 (1st)
2007: Jenny Green captured the fourth Big 12 title of her career in 2007 with a win at the Big 12 Outdoor Championships in Lincoln... earned First-Team Academic All-America honors after being picked as a third-team member in 2006... is one of four Husker women from the track and field team to be named an Academic All-American twice... left NU as the school-record holder in the indoor pole vault at 13-9 1/4 and ranked second outdoors at 13-11 1/4... graduated in August 2007 with a degree in advertising.
2006: Green returned to action following a missed season due to a back injury in 2005 by winning her third Big 12 pole vault title and advancing to the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships... broke the 13-foot barrier for the first time during the indoor season with a clearance of 13-5 1/4 that earned her a third consecutive conference title... matched that performance, but fell short of her third All-America honor with a ninth-place finish at the NCAA indoor meet... earned an automatic qualification to the NCAA outdoor meet by winning a jump-off for fifth place against Minnesota's Andrea Smith at the NCAA Midwest Regional... tied for 17th place with teammate Jenna Blubaugh at outdoor nationals... her vault marked an outdoor season best... won the Nebraska Invitational (13-3 1/2) to qualify for regionals... no-heighted at the Big 12 outdoor meet... won the pole vault in her first competition in nearly 18 months with an NCAA provisional-qualifying height of 12-11 1/2 at the season-opening Holiday Inn Invite... reached the same mark to win the following week at the adidas Classic... also grabbed top honors during the Nebraska-Colorado State-Kent State Triangular (12-9 1/2), while tying for second place with teammate Jessie Graff at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invite (12-10 1/4)... became the youngest Husker women’s track athlete to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America honors after being named a third-team selection.
2005: Green redshirted both indoor and outdoor seasons while recovering from a back injury.
2004: Green rewrote the Nebraska pole vault record books during a spectacular freshman campaign... won bronze in the pole vault at both the national indoor and outdoor meets... won the Big 12 outdoor title with the former Big 12 meet record... was third at the Midwest Regional, clearing 13-1 3/4... took silver in the Ward Haylett Invite (13-5 1/4)... won the Blue Heaven Classic Invitational, leaping 13-5 1/4... won the Drake Relays (12-11 1/2)... took silver in the Nebraska Quadrangular (13-5 3/4)... set a Big 12 and Nebraska school-record mark of 13-11 1/4 in a third-place effort at the Texas Relays... opened the outdoor season with a third-place showing at the Jim Click Shootout (12-8)... set several pole vault records en route to being named the Big 12 Indoor Freshman of the Year... crushed the Big 12 and Nebraska school records by 5 1/2 inches in her first meet as a Husker, clearing 13-9 1/4 to win the college women’s division of the Pole Vault Summit... won the Big 12 indoor pole vault title, clearing 13-9 1/4 for the second time during the season...won the Panther Open (13-5 1/4) and the adidas Classic (13-8 1/2)... took second in the Holiday Inn Invite (13-4 1/4)... set a Hearnes Field House record at the Tiger Classic with her mark of 13-7 1/4... won silver at the Husker Invite with a jump of 13-4 1/4.
High School: Green joined the Cornhusker women’s team following a stellar high school career... was a four-time Nebraska Class B and All-Class gold medal champion in the pole vault from 2000 to 2003... set the state meet pole vault record of 13-0 in 2003... scored all of Grand Island Central Catholic’s Class B third-place team points in 2003 by winning the pole vault, long jump (19-2 1/2) and 300-meter hurdles (44.80) in addition to a runner-up finish in the 100-meter dash (12.57)... won the 2003 All-Class gold medal in the long jump... had the third-highest performance in the nation in 2003 by a prep athlete in the pole vault by winning the Nebraska Class B-5 District meet with an all-time state record height of 13-3... won the pole vault (12-5 1/2) at the 2003 Nike Indoor Classic in Landover, Md... also won the 2003 adidas National Scholastic Outdoor Championship (12-8 1/4)... placed seventh in the 2003 USA Junior National Championships... 2002 USTAF Junior Olympics young women’s pole vault champion (12-5 1/2)... earned All-American recognition multiple times in 2002 and 2003... named to the All-USA Today Track Team in 2003... was named the 2003 Gatorade Nebraska Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
Personal: High school coaches were Keith Kester, Sharron Zavala and Bob Zavala... majoring in advertising... parents are J.J. and Kathie Green... born June 26, 1985.