Meaghan Koshman
Meaghan Koshman


Regina, Saskatchewan

High School:
Archbishop M.C. O'Neill




2008 Season: Qualified to compete in the all-around competition at the NCAA Regionals, where she finished in 17th place ... co-captain of the team ... First-Team All-Midwest Individual Conference honoree ... two-time Midwest Independent Gymnast of the Week honoree ... set a new career-best score in all five categories ... on Feb. 8, set three career-best scores; of 9.900 on the vault, a 9.825 on the uneven bars and a 39.100 in the all-around ... on Feb. 1, set her balance beam career-best score with a 9.875, and on March 2, scored a career-best 9.850 on the floor routine ... all-conference academic team ... named to the AFNI Athletics Honor Roll.

2007 Season: Qualified to compete on the vault at the NCAA Regionals where she scored a 9.800, a mark she met five times during the regular season ... competing as an all-arounder, attained three new season-bests, including a 9.825 beam routine ... her season-high 9.775 bar routine and 39.025 all-around score at the Midwest Independent Conference Championships placed her first overall ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

2006 Season: Scored season best on the vault with a 9.850 ... consistently the Redbirds' highest vaulter, with seven first-place finishes ... earned one first-place honor on the beam ... her season-best beam routine was at the state meet with a 9.750 ... competed in every meet of the season and qualified for the regional meet on the vault, where she placed fourth with a score of 9.825 ... member of all-state team for the vault and beam ... all-state academic team ... AFNI Honor Roll ...

Prior to ISU: Won the gold medal on vault at the 2003 Canada Games with a score of 9.450 ... bronze medalist on the floor at Canadian Nationals in 1999 ... Western Member Canadian Champion on vault and floor in 2000 and on vault in 2001.

Personal: Born Jan.16, 1987 ... daughter of Glen & Debbie Koshman ... major: exercise science ... favorite quote: "Lock it in" ... who she looks up to: her former teammate, Amy Biedenharn ... she can't live without cookies.