As a Sophomore at Arizona in 2002 - In just her third year of competitive pole vaulting - Amy Linnen vaulted to an individual NCAA Indoor Championship. As the national champion, Amy set the college indoor record of 14 feet, 10 1/4 inches, which bested her previous career high of 14 feet, 1 inch. Also in 2002, Amy captured the Pac-10 Outdoor title with a vault of 14 feet 1 3/4 inches. A year earlier, Amy showed her prowess by placing fifth nationall in indoor vaulting and playing a major role in UA's third place finish at the NCAA Championships. Her coach, Fred Harvey, recalls Amy as "a super elite athlete and person that every coach dreams of having in their program." In 2007, she was selected to the NCAA's Silver Anniversary Indoor Team, which recognized outstanding female student-athletes from the first 25 years of women's track and field championships. Today, Amy joins teammates Briana Glenn, Andrea Dutoit and Tara Chaplin from the 2002 indoor squad that placed third at NCAA Championships as the final member of the "Fab Four" to be inducted into the UA Hall of Fame.