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Tek Fish Athlete Profile

Tek Fish

Tek Fish
Position: Decathlon Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 Roster Years: 2009-2012 Hometown: Vancouver, WA


  • Born in Oregon
  • Parents are Brian and Cari
  • Uncle competed in the decathlon for BYU
  • Is an Eagle scout
  • Served in the Argentina Salta Mission (2006-08) for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Can tear a phone book in half
  • Enjoys water and snow skiing, fishing and camping
  • Recruited by Nebraska and Fresno State for wrestling
  • Majoring in biology

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Heritage High
  • Track team captain in high school
  • HS record holder in the 110HH
  • Placed at state in the 110HH and pole vault
  • 2005 Washington State Champion in the decathlon
  • HS wrestling and football team captain in 2004-2005
  • Placed eighth in state wrestling in 2004
  • Voted Most Valuable Player in football (2004) and wrestling (2005)
  • Washington All-State, All-Academic team in wrestling
  • National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete in 2005


Academic All-MWC (2009)

Indoor - MWC Championship Team (2009, 2010)

Outdoor - MWC Championship Team (2009)

2009 | Freshman Year


  • Competed in the BYU Invite in the heptathlon, finishing with 2,458 points
  • Had a long jump of 5.55m and a shot put throw of 11.02m at the Bengal Shootout
  • Totaled 3,047 points in the heptathlon at the Mountain State Invite


  • Competed in the decathlon at the Robison Invitational with a score of 6,145
  • Also competed at the Cougar Invite
  • Competed in the 400m, javelin and 110mH at Weber State

2010 | Sophomore Year


  • Competed in the heptathlon at the Mountain States Games totaling 2,903 total points