Emily Meyer
Emily  Meyer

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
Davis Senior HS'17

Height:
5-8

Event:
Pole Vault

Major:
Spanish


04/14/2018

Aggies race to 14 top finishes at Woody Wilson Classic

Pertusati came away with two first place titles in both the men’s hammer throw and the men’s shot put

04/11/2018

UC Davis hosts the Woody Wilson Classic

The Aggies will start the first day of the event with the hammer throw on Friday afternoon, while the remaining field and track events will take place on Saturday

03/30/2018

Aggies win two field events at Bay Area invite

UC Davis secured the top two finishes in both the men’s triple jump and the women’s pole vault on the first day of the San Francisco State Distance Carnival

03/28/2018

Aggies split up between Bay Area and SoCal meets

UC Davis track and field will make appearances in both the San Francisco State Distance Carnival and Cal State Fullerton's Titan Team Challenge

03/17/2018

Aggies race to multiple top 10 finishes at California meets

UC Davis clinched 21 top 10 finishes at the Hornet Invite

DAVIS SENIOR HS’17: Did track and field all four years, and competed in the 100m and pole vault events for the Devils as a senior… Set her pole vault personal best of 11’8” during the 2017 outdoor season, while setting her 100m personal best of 14.02 at the Davis High School Intrasquad… Was all-league her junior year, and all-section her senior year… Prior to her senior year, she has also participated in the triple jump and 200m events.

PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif… Majoring in Spanish… Parents are Alyssa and Robert, both UC Davis Alumni… Has an older sister Courtney (22)… Something most people don’t know about her is that she is legally blind absent of contacts or glasses… Says if she could play another sport at UC Davis, it would be basketball… Her sports hero is Sandi Morris, while her non-sports hero is Tina Fey… The top three things on her bucket list is to own a sheep farm in Iceland, river raft in the Grand Canyon, and live on a house boat… The reason why she chose UC Davis was because she felt welcomed by the current student-athletes there.