Danielle Brandon
Danielle Brandon
Year: Sr./Sr.
Hometown: Kennewick, Wash.
High School: Kamiakin HS
Events: Pole Vault
 Indoor Career Bests
Event Outdoor Career Bests 
 13-04.25 at New Mexico Classic (2/3/18) PV 13-06.25 at NCAA West Preliminary (5/27/16) 

2018 Season:
Earned all-Big Sky honors after placing second in the pole vault…cleared a season best 13-00.25 at the meet…finished firs tin three meets and had two second-place showings during the season…indoors, was second at the Big Sky Championships to earn all-conference honors…started the season by clearing 13-04.25 at the New Mexico Classic…that height was the second best in school history…cleared at least 13-01 in three of her four meets.

2017 Season:
 Earned all-Big Sky honors in the pole vault…placed second at the Big Sky Championships with a season best of 13-00.75…finished first at the Mondo Team Challenge and Sacramento State Open during the season…indoors, she placed second at the Big Sky Championships to earn all-league…moved into second place in school history after clearing 13-03.00 at the meet.

2016 Season:
Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary, was the Big Sky champion and set the school record in the pole vault…jumped 13-01.50 to win the conference meet…cleared 13-06.25 at the NCAA West Preliminary to set the school record…that height was tied for the second highest at the meet but tied her for 18th overall based on jumps…indoors, she earned all-Big Sky honors in the pole vault after placing second…moved into second place in school history after clearing 13-01.50 at the Big Sky Championships.

2015 Season:
Qualified for the Big Sky Championships in the pole vault…cleared 12-01.50 at the Brutus Hamilton Open and Causeway Classic Dual for her season bests…those marks place her in a tie for seventh in school history…indoors, she competed in two meets.

High School:
Graduated from Kamiakin HS in 2014…competed in track & field, diving and gymnastics all four years…was part of four state championship teams in track and two in gymnastics…competed in the pole vault, 400 and 4x400 in track…placed among the top five in the state in diving each season.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…has won several CrossFit competitions…daughter of Jennifer Orndorff.