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Kristine Felix
Position: Pole Vault
Height: 5'0"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Wailuku, Hawai'i
High School: H.P. Baldwin High
PAC-12 CHAMPION
WSU CAREER. FRESHMAN (2012-13): Indoor - Top pole vault clearance of season was a team-leading 3.94m/12-11i for second place at Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships (2/23/13, Seattle)…Outdoor - Continued strong frosh showing winning the Pac-12 Championship with a WSU freshman school record pole vault of 4.07m/13-4 1/4 (5/12/13, Los Angeles)…first Cougar woman to win the pole vault at a conference meet…mark is Freshman School Record and the third-best in WSU all-time records…at NCAA West Prelims finished 25th (3.86m/12-8).
 
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. Trained in gymnastics as a youngster…earned five varsity letters at H.P. Baldwin High…four letters for track coach Keoni Tengan…one letter for tennis coach Kelly Tobita…as freshman girls’ tennis team won MIL title…three-time Baldwin High School track MVP…four-time Maui Interscholastic League all-star…four-time MIL Athlete of the Year…four-time pole vault winner of MIL Championships…MIL Championship finishes include: 100m - first place freshman, second as sophomore, injured as junior and did not run sprints, first as senior with PR time of 12.51; 200m - first as senior with PR time of 26.51; long jump - first as senior with PR of 17-4 3/4; pole vault - first as freshman with record of 9-9, first as sophomore with record of 11-0, first as junior with record of 11-6, and first as senior at 11-3…at Hawaiian High School Athletic Association State Track and Field Championships finishes include: 400m relay - fifth as freshman; long jump - seventh as senior at 16-3 1/2; pole vault - sixth as freshman at 9-6, first as sophomore with record of 11-8, first as junior with record of 12-6, and senior year first with height of 12-0…suffering a broken fibula at a summer pole vaulting camp in 2010…inducted into the 30th Annual HHSAA Hall of Honor (recognizing Hawaii’s senior student-athletes chosen by a panel of current and former journalists, athletic directors, and media members based on their athletic success, academic achievement, leadership, and other intangibles) in June 2012 - current WSU women’s basketball player Lia Galdeira was also tabbed to this Hall of Honor class.
 
PERSONAL. Born in May 1994 in Wailuku, Hawai’i…father Paul is a business relations manager…mother Janeth is a controller…younger brother Kyle…enjoys surfing and art…graduated with a 4.068 GPA…president of National Honor Society…received the Yale Book Award in 2011…member of Interact (Rotary) Club…Science Fair second place Merit Award, state qualifier…first place Drawing for Lahaina Arts Assn. Scholarship competition…plans to major in movement studies and pursue a career as a physician’s assistant.
 
FELIX’S WSU BESTS
Pole Vault - 4.07m / 13-4 1/4 (2013) Freshman School Record
 
PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS PERFORMANCES
2013       Pole Vault       1st         4.07m / 13-4 1/4 (FSR)
 
NCAA WEST PRELIMINARY PERFORMANCES
2013    Pole Vault            25st          3.86m / 12-8