Jordan Bishop cleared 7-0 in Seattle on Saturday, becoming the eighth high jumper in OSU school history to clear the seven foot mark.
Obum Gwacham leapt 6-10 3/4 to claim second place. He narrowly missed 7-0 on his three tries.
On the track side of things, James Rodgers placed second in his heat at 7:03 while
Keynan Parker placed third in his heat, also with a time of 7.03.
Rashaad Reynolds placed fifth in his heat with a time of 7.31. The three Oregon State football players failed to qualify for the 12-man finals, with the 12th best time at 6.97.
It was the first time jumping indoors for both Bishop and Gwacham. As a senior at West Salem, Bishop in 2008 was the state's long jump champion and placed second in the high jump and 400 meters.
Bishop takes high jump title, Gwacham second
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