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Megan Donehue Athlete Profile

Megan Donehue

Megan Donehue
Position: All Around Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2007-2010 Hometown: Bountiful, UT Last School: Judge Memorial High School

Personal

  • Daughter of Thomas and Paige Donehue and has two brothers
  • Enjoys boating, basketball, the beach and spending time with friends and family
  • Loves to swing on bars.

Before BYU

  • Trained at USA Gymnastics World under Ilia Belov

Stats

Career Highs:

Vault: 9.875 vs. Utah/SUU/TWU 2/6/09
Bars: 9.875 at Utah 2/26/10
Beam: 9.900 at Utah 2/26/10


2007 | Freshman Year

  • Competed in every meet but two on vault and in one meet on bars
  • Exhibitioned multiple times on bars
  • Posted a career-best 9.650 on vault two different times
  • Posted 8.950 on bars in her only meet competing on the event

2008 | Sophomore Year

  • Competed in every meet on bars and nine times on vault
  • Exhibitioned on beam
  • Claimed one individual event title and led the squad three times on bars
  • Recorded a career-high 9.850 on bars and earned at least 9.800 marks seven times
  • Posted a career-best 9.825 against Utah State
  • Tied for 14th on vault (9.800) and 16th on bars (9.750) at Regionals

2009 | Junior Year

  • Team captain
  • Missed five meets due to injury
  • Competed on vault, bars and beam
  • Led the Cougars on vault three times, bars once and beam twice
  • Recorded a career-high 9.875 on the vault and a season-high 9.725 on the bars at the Utah quad meet
  • Aso set a new career high on the beam with a 9.850 at Southern Utah
  • Missed the next five meets due to injury but came back in BYU's final competition of the year, tying her season-high with a 9.725 on the bars against Utah

2010 | Senior Year

  • Team captain
  • Competed for BYU in every meet with the exception of one on balance beam and uneven bars
  • Also competed on vault in the first eight meets of the season prior to being injured on the event
  • Led the Cougars on vault in four meets, bars seven times and beam six times
  • Recorded a career-high 9.875 on bars at the Utah meet
  • Also set a new career-high on beam at Utah with a 9.900 at Utah
  • Was nominated for the Lu Wallace Outstanding Senior Female award at the Y Awards
  • In the final regional rankings, she finished sixth in the region on beam and 14th on bars
  • At NCAA Regionals, gave the Cougars their highest mark on the evening on bars with a 9.800