by EWU Athletics
Unable to compete in the NCAA Championships on Wednesday because of the tragic death of her brother, Eastern Washington University All-America pole vaulter Keisa Monterola will compete in his memory on Sunday in her home country of Venezuela.
Monterola's 26-year old brother, Kel
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