Minnesota totaled 13.50 team points at the national championships to finish 17th - the program's best finish at the meet since 2004.
All five Gophers that qualified for the 2014 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships earned All-America honors.
Minnesota closes out the 2014 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday with John Simons competing in the men's 1,500 meter finals.
The performance marks Minnesota's first outdoor All-America honor in the pole vault since Tye Harvey in 1998.
Minnesota will send five student-athletes to Eugene, Ore., this week for the NCAA Championships.
2013 Season- Indoor: Finished 24th in the pole vault at the Big Ten Championships with a height of 15-10 (4.83m) competed in pole vault at the Iowa State Classic finishing fourth with a height of 16-09 1/4 (5.11m) won at the Bill Bergan Invitational placed second at the Northwest Open with a height of 16-08 (5.08m).Outdoor: Competed at the NCAA Regionals and finished 19th with a height of 17-04.50 (5.30m) finished second at both the John McDonnell Invitational and Stanford Invitational took first at Big Ten Championships with a height of 17-01.00 (5.21m) also finished first at the Hamline Invitational and Iowa Musco Invitational.
2012 Season - Indoor: Competed in a total of six events for the indoor season finished 15th in the pole vault at the Big Ten Championships with a height of 15-11 3/4 (4.87m) won at the Northwest Open (15-9 1/4) also won at the Bethel Invite with a height of (16-0 3/4) finished tied for third at the Jack Johnson Classic (16-4 3/4, 5.00m). Outdoor: Competed in a total of five events for the outdoor season placed eighth in the pole vault at the Big Ten Championships with a vault of 16-7 1/4 (5.06m) placed second in the pole vault at the Tom Cat Twilight, the Drake Alternate, and the Bolstorff Twilight placed third at the Golden Bear Twilight Academic All-Big Ten.
Cuesta Junior College: cleared 16-5 in the pole vault.
High School - A 2009 graduate Crystal Lake Central High School high school coaches were Brian Seaver and Bill Eschman finished second at the state championships in the pole vault two-time Fox Valley Conference Champion two-time Sectional Champion two-time Illinois State Qualifier Class AA State Runner-Up in 2009 Team MVP lettered in football, lacrosse and track/field.
Personal - Born January 8, 1991 majoring in kinesiology son of Toby and Wendy Siegmeier has on younger brother Nick (18) enjoys to water ski and snowboard.