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Dylan Duvio
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* Two-Time All-American *

At Stanford: Placed third at the 2015 NCAA outdoor championships, and ninth at the U.S. Championships in the same  year.

Career Best (thru 2016 indoors):

  • Pole Vault: 18-2 1/2 (5.55m)

Stanford Record Book:
Outdoors

  • Pole vault: 2nd

Indoors

  • Pole vault: 3rd

2016 Season:
Indoors

  • Fifth at the MPSF Championships with a season-best 17-3 3/4.
  • Consistent all season, with all five results within five inches of each other.

2015 Season:
Outdoors

  • Captured third at the NCAA Championships, jumping a personal best 18-2 1/2.
  • Placed ninth at the U.S. Championships at 17-8 1/2.
  • Only one other male underclassmen claimed top-five NCAA and top-10 U.S. finishes.
  • Duvio was among seven men, regardless of class or event, to accomplish the feat in 2015.
  • Set two PBs in the season, the first coming on his 18-1 3/4 first-place performance at the Longhorn Invitational.
  • Fifth at Pac-12s at 16-8 3/4.

Indoors

  • Did not compete.

2014 Season:
Outdoors

  • One of two freshmen to advance to the NCAA Championships in the pole vault.
  • Jumped 17-3 at the NCAA West Prelims to earn to place 11th.
  • Finished fourth at the Pac-12 Championships in Pullman, Wash. (17-4 1/2).
  • Set personal best of 17-6 1/2 to finish fourth at the Longhorn Invitational in Austin, Texas, on May 3.
  • Opened at 16-6 ¾ and was perfect through the first three heights before failing in three attempts at 18-0 ½.
  • His 17-6 3/4 placed him fourth on Stanford's all-time list and at No. 2 all-time among Cardinal freshmen.
  • Won the Big Meet at 16-4 3/4.
  • Made collegiate outdoor debut by winning the Cal Outdoor Opener at 16-6 3/4, tying him for No. 8 on school all-time list.

Indoors

  • Placed fifth at the MPSF Championships, jumping 16-10 3/4.
  • Made collegiate debut with the No. 2 freshman vault in school history (16-10 3/4) to place third at the UW Indoor Preview Jan. 18.
  • Broke his personal best in the next with a 17-3 1/2 for fourth at the Cherry & Silver Invite in Albuquerque.
  • Matched it a week later while earning his first collegiate victory at the Razorback Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.
  • Set another PB in finishing fifth among a strong field at the Don Kirby Elite in Albuquerque on Feb. 14.
  • The mark of 17-5 1/2 is No. 3 all-time at Stanford indoors.
  • He remains No. 2 on Stanford's all-time freshman list, behind Toby Stevenson's 17-8 3/4 in 1997.

International:

  • Finished second on a sprained ankle at the 2013 Pan Am Junior Championships in Medellin, Colombia, on Aug. 23.
  • Jumped 17-0 3/4 to take silver.

High School:

  • Gatorade Louisiana Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year in 2013.
  • Had the No. 2 high school mark in the nation in 2013 with a state record 17-3 ½.
  • Second at the U.S. junior nationals in Des Moines, Iowa, at 16-8 ¾, a mark that tied Daven Murphree’s winning height.
  • Named to the high school All-America team.
  • Cleared 16-8 to win the Louisiana 2A state title – his second -- and lead John Curtis Christian to the team championship.
  • A three-time New Balance outdoor All-America.
  • Ranked No. 5 in the pole vault on the 2012 world youth list with a best of 16-6½.

Personal:

  • Joins his brother, pole vaulter Dalton Duvio, on the Stanford team.
  • Maintained a 3.87 unweighted GPA.
  • Parents are Todd and Racquel.
  • Father is a volunteer assistant coach with Stanford track and field.
  • Majoring in science, technology and society, with a concentration of innovation and organization.

Career Statistics:

Year Season (Meets) Event Season Best Conf. Finish W. Prelims NCAA Champs.
2016 Indoors (5) PV 17-3 3/4 (5.28) 5 (MPSF) -- --
2015 Outdoors (9) PV 18-2 1/2 (5.55) 5 (Pac-12) 7 3
  Indoors (0) -- -- -- -- --
2014 Outdoors (11) PV 17-6 1/2 (5.35) 4 (Pac-12) 11 17
  Indoors (5) PV 17-5 1/2 (5.32) 5 (MPSF) -- --
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