Learn How to High Jump with the Aggie Women’s Track Team
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  02/16/2011

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (Feb. 16) - Assistant track and field coach Scott Fister and freshman standout Zoe Meade got together with Aggie Vision for a segment on how to high jump.

Meade is only a freshman but is already second on the NM State all-time list for the high jump, with a jump of (1.70m; 5-7.00). Meade is also a member of the foursome that broke the Aggie record in the 4x400m relay by running a time of 3:51.52. She's also eighth all-time in the 200m with a time of 25.22 and eighth all-time in the 60m hurdles with a time of 9.58.

Assistant coach Fister is in his fourth year of his second stint here at NM State. Fister was also an assistant at NM State in 1999-2000. Over the last three seasons Fister has helped NM State to break 16 school records and make 121 improvements on the schools all-time records lists. Fister also helped coach 30 All-WAC performers from a year ago.

This video is for Aggievision's Aggie Academy series.

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