Chris Doerr

Chris  Doerr


Mission Viejo, Calif.

High School:
Trabuco Hills


Pole Vault


75 cadet-athletes earn Mountain West all-academic honors

The 75 honorees is the third most since the Falcons joined the MW in 1999-2000

Personal-Best Marks -- Pole Vault: 15'1"

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2016-17: Competed in the pole vault during 10 meets (six indoor, four outdoor)...registered a collegiate-best clearance of 15'1" at the Air Force Team Challenge during the indoor season...finished fifth at the Colorado Invitational with an outdoor-best height of 14'5¼"...academic all-conference selection.

HIGH SCHOOL: Trabuco Hills High School...three-time all-county selection...California state finalist...finished second in the pole vault at the CIF Southern Section as a senior...added a top-three finish in that meet as a junior (third)...registered a career-best clearance of 15'6"...served as team captain for two years...also competed on the diving team...maintained a 4.0 GPA...ranked within the top 15-percent of graduating class.

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Ryan Doerr...goes by Chris...son of Joseph and Jethlyn Doerr...has one younger sister...majoring in management...future plans include working the acquisitions field...served as Morale, Welfare and Recreation Clerk...named to the Dean's List...member of the "500 Club" for earning a perfect score on the PFT...hobbies include reciting Shakespearean plays, chess club, Dungeons and Dragons, cliff jumping, skydiving and jumping on fanatic...spent eight years as an international competitor in T&T Gymnastics (Junior Elite Level), competing in such events as the World Age Groups in St. Petersburg, Russia, and Birmingham, England...has three family members -- uncle Chris Doerr (Marine Corps), grandfather Bob Doerr (Navy) and great-grandfather Allan J. Stewart (Army Air Corps) -- that have served in the military...favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13...earned Jump Wings over the summer, after completing Airmanship 490...also went surfing in Southern California and visited Yosemite National Park...member of Cadet Squadron 34.

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