LSU pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis continues to dominate the college ranks just as he did in high school.

His latest feat is one that he's been eyeing since he's become a Tiger -- the collegiate pole vault record.

On the first day of the two-day meet in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Friday, Duplantis wowed the crowd by breaking the collegiate record with a best of 19 feet, 5 inches. He also won the event by almost a foot over second-place finisher Jacob Wooten of Texas A&M (18-6).

Duplantis broke the mark of 19-4¾ set by Akron's Shawn Barber in 2015.

Mondo Duplantis came close to breaking Barber's record when he cleared 19-3 at the Bayou Bengal Invitational but missed on three attempts at 19-5. He also had a shot at the record at two other meets.

On Friday, Duplantis cleared on his first attempt at the first four heights he tried: 18-2, 18-6, 19-0 and 19-5. He missed three times when the bar was raised to 19-8½.

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