Jaclyn Ulm is in her second season with the women's track and field team. Ulm, who works with directly with the Buckeyethrowers, made her first Olympic team in 2004 with a qualifying mark of 68.83m/225-10. The mark earned her an Olympic berth despite her fourth-place Olympic Trials finish. Ulm owns the NCAA Division II record in the 20-pound weight (20.53m/67-4.25) and also the all-time NCAA Division II mark in the hammer throw (64.86m/212-9).
Ulm won five NCAA Division II national championships, three in the hammer throw and two in the weight throw. She was a 10-time All-American, and in 2002 she was honored as the most valuable female athlete at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference outdoor track and field championships. Ulm won nine GLIAC championships during her four years at Ashland and established school records in the hammer and 20-pound weight.
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