Selma, Kleinsasser, Ozorai and Conatser Shine At Cal State L.A. Invitational
Boyd wins twice and Novy and Olonade post school all-time top 10 marks
Trojans at home this weekend hosting among others, No. 1 (M)/No. 6 (W) Texas A&M
11 Trojans win individual events at Beach Classic
THIS YEAR: Sophomore Felicia Horvath begins her second season on the USC track and field team. The native of Hungary cleared 13-feet in the pole vault before coming to USC and looks to reach those heights again this season.
2013; Horvath had a season-best clearance in the pole vault of 12-0.50 (3.67m) to finish fifth at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet on April 27. She matched that clearance to tie for 18th at the Pac-12 Championships on May 13. Tied for fourth in the pole vault at the Beach Classic with a clearance of 11-3 (3.43m).
HIGH SCHOOL: Horvath is a 2012 graduate Szinyei Merse Pal in Budapest, Hungary. She tied for third in the pole vault at the 2009 World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy with a clearance of 13-1.50 (4.00m). She took eighth in the pole vault with a clearance of 12-11.50 (3.95m) at the European Team Championships in Izmir, Turkey on June 11, 2011. Horvath won the pole vault competition at the Hungarian Senior Track & Field Championships in Budapest on March 4 with an indoor PR of 13-3.50 (4.05m). She then placed third in the pole vault at the 2012 Hungarian Athletics Championship with a clearance of 12-9.50 (3.90m).
PERSONAL: Felicia was born on July 7, 1993 in Budapest, Hungary..Her parents are Agnes and Agoston and she is an only child...Likes listening to music and foreign languages...Her favorite band is Smokie...Her sports hero is the great pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva...Lists her favorite food as Chinese and would like to visit China one day...Is active in the Drama/Theatre Club....Her goal is to compete at the next Olympics in Rio.
CAREER BESTS: Pole Vault -- 13-3.50 (4.05m)