Stanford: Returns as one of the top pole vaulters in the country after successive All-America seasons.
2002 Track & Field Season (Junior): One of the top pole vaulters in the country … Gained All-America honors with a fourth place finish at the NCAA Championships… Became Stanford’s first two-time All-American in the women’s outdoor pole vault … Broke her own school record with a vault of 13-5 1/4 (4.10m) at the Big Meet against California … Finished fourth at the Pac-10 Championships … Competed at the U.S. National Championships and the U.S. Open at Stanford … Set the indoor school record in the pole vault (13-0 1/4, 3.97m) at the Mountain West-Pac-10 Challenge.
2001 Track & Field Season (Sophomore): Set the school record with a vault of 13-3 at the Pac-10 Championships where she finished fourth … Gained All-America honors with an eighth place finish at the NCAA Championships.
2000 Track & Field Season (Freshman): Set a season-best with a leap of 13-0 1/4 in the pole vault at the Cal/Nevada Championships … Competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Sacramento and vaulted 12-9 1/2 … Captured first place honors in the pole vault at the U.S. Junior National Championships with a best of 12-11 1/2 … Later competed at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Santiago, Chile … Placed seventh at the Pac-10 Championships … Competed at the NCAA Championships in Durham, NC.
High School: Ranked #1 in the nation in the pole vault by Track & Field News … An All-America selection from Rancho Bernardo High School … Cleared 12-8 1/4 as a senior … The 1999 California state champion in the pole vault … Finished third at the 1999 Jr. Pan Am Games … A Junior national champion and Junior World Championship participant.
Cardinal Catalogue: Art major … Parents are Daniel and Judith Donoghue … A 2001 MPSF Indoor Track & Field All-Academic selection … A 2001 and 2002 Pacific-10 Track & Field All-Academic selection … Born August 29, 1981.
Collegiate Career Bests: Pole vault (13-5 1/4, 4.10m)