Bears have 23 athletes trying to qualify for NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Bears set program record on final day of competition at the conference's outdoor meet.
Sophomore Annie Rhodes places second in pole vault competition.
Women's team had 17 first-team honorees for a second-straight season.
Bears represented by 47 athletes in Austin, three more headed to California.
2014 All-Big 12 Outdoors (pole vault)
2014 All-Big 12 Indoors (pole vault)
School Record Holder (indoor, outdoor pole vault) 2014 USTFCCCA All-Academic
Two-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll
2014: Re-wrote pole vaulting school records in first year on campus...Captured All-Big 12 indoors and outdoors... Ended outdoor season owning all 10 of BU's top marks in event and had school's top-four vaults in indoor season...Competed in nine outdoor meets, tallying a vault that would have bettered the previous school record of 12-7.5 set by Kaleigh Teel in 2008 each time out...Won season-opening TCU Invitational with vault of 13-5.25 [4.10m]....Bettered her own school-record two weeks later at Florida Relays with vault of 13-7.25 [4.15m] to be fourth...Established school-record with season-best attempt the next week at Texas Invitational clearing 14-0 [4.27m]...Placed third (13-0.25 [3.97m]) at Big 12 Outdoor meet...Closed year with 27th-place showing at NCAA West Preliminary Championships with season-worst vault of 12-9 [3.89m]...Broke school record in first indoor meet of the year at Texas A&M 10-Team Invitational with vault of 13-2.5 [4.03m] to surpass previous school-record mark of 12-6 [3.81m] set by Kaleigh Teel set in 2008...Equaled that mark again the following week at Rod McCravy Memorial...Place third at the Big 12 Championships for first career All-Big 12 honor...Outside of collegiate season, placed third at USA Junior Championships with a top mark of 13-9.25 [4.20m]...Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll and fall Baylor Dean's List...Recognized as USTFCCCA All-Academic.
High School: Won Texas 4-A pole vault state tile as sophomore in 2010...Finished as state runner-up in event in both junior and senior seasons...Recorded No. 1 pole vault in country by a highschooler in 2013 with school-record leap of 14-0.0...Won 2013 New Balance Indoor Nationals title and finished in second at outdoor event...Took first at Texas Relays meet during senior season...Four-year letterwinner for Midway High School track and field team...Played for two years on Panther volleyball team as freshman and sophomore...Member of National Honor Socity, varsity choir and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Personal: Full name is Annie Rebecca Rhodes...Born May 13, 1995 in Waco, Texas...Parents are Gary and Karen Rhodes...Has one brother, Christopher...Majoring in exercise physiology.