Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Sheehan Lemley Biography
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: June 22, 2004
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Collegiate Bests

Uneven Bars 9.875

Balance Beam 9.900

Floor Exercise 9.800

Arizona - 2003: Competed in every meet for Arizona in 2003, earning six top- five finishes on the year... Scored a 9.850 on bars and a 9.725 on beam at the South Central Regional Championships (4/12)... Posted a 9.800 on bars and a 9.850 on beam at the Pac-10 Championships (3/29)... Scored a 9.775 on bars and a 9.600 on beam at Denver (3/22)... Posted a 9.800 on bars against Oklahoma (3/14)... Tied for second place on beam with a career-high 9.900 at California (3/7)... Tied for fifth place on bars with a career-high 9.875 against Stanford (2/28)... Finished with marks of 9.700 on bars and beam at UCLA (2/23)... Chalked up scores of 9.775 on bars and 9.725 on beam against Utah (2/14)... Scored a 9.275 on bars at the Cat Classic individual championships (2/8)... Tied for third place on bars with a mark of 9.825 at the Cat Classic (2/7)... Finished fourth on bars with a career-high 9.875 and tied for fourth place on beam with a career-high 9.850 against Arizona State (1/31)... Scored marks of 9.675 on bars and 9.700 on beam for the Cats versus Washington and San Jose State (1/24)... Tied for fifth place on beam with a career-high 9.825 against Oregon State (1/17)... Tied for eighth on bars (9.450) at Minnesota (1/11).

Arizona - 2002: Had two top-five finishes during the regular season... Posted a score of 9.700 on bars at the 2002 National Championships in Tuscaloosa, Ala. (4/18)... Posted a 9.700 on bars at the South Central Regional Championships (4/6)... Tied for 19th place of bars with a season-high 9.800 at the Pac-10 Championships (3/23)... Posted an exhibition score of 9.375 on beam (3/14)... Performed exhibition on bars (9.800) at Oklahoma (3/10)...Posted an exhibition score of 9.050 on bars and placed 11th on beam (9.275) at Arizona State (3/1)... Finished fifth on beam (9.625) against Washington (2/22)...Finished 12th on beam (9.600) at Oregon State (2/15)... Posted a 7.300 in bars exhibition and finished fourth on beam (9.675) against California... Performed exhibition in bars (9.375) and posted a 9.650 in beam exhibition at Stanford (2/1)... Posted a 9.275 in bars and beam exhibition against UCLA (1/25)... Performed exhibition on beam (9.650) at the Utah meet (1/18).

Arizona - 2001: Had one top-five finish during the season... Tied for 12th on beam (9.750) at the South Central Regional Championship (4/7)... Tied for 25th on beam (9.725) at her first Pac-10 Championship meet (3/24)... Scored a 9.625 on beam in the Minnesota meet (3/10) and a 9.150 on floor... Tallied a 9.725 on beam in the Arizona State meet (3/2) and a career-high 9.800 in her first floor exercise performance as a collegiate athlete... Posted a 9.700 on beam in the Stanford meet (2/23) and tied for eighth place... Scored a 9.175 on beam at Washington (2/18)... Scored a 9.125 on beam at the UCLA Invitational (2/11)... Set a new career-high 9.825 on beam and tied for fourth place in the Denver-Oregon State meet (2/2)... Tied a then-career-high 9.725 on beam in the Utah meet (1/26)... Posted a then-career-high 9.725 on beam in the California meet (1/21) and tied for 12th in the event... Made her official collegiate debut in the North Carolina State meet (1/14) and scored a 9.100 on beam.

Club/High School: Attended Saucon Valley High School, in Hellertown, Pa... Elite gymnast... Trained at the Parkettes National Training Center, in Allentown, Pa., with club coaches Bill and Donna Strauss, Robin Netwall, Jack Carter and John Holman... Began gymnastics career in 1987... United States National Team member in her last two seasons as a sophomore and junior (1997, 1998)... Competed at the 2000 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., tying for seventh on uneven bars and finishing 16th in the all-around... Fourth-place finish at the 1998 U.S. Classics meet... Level 10 state champion in 1996... Trained alongside former Wildcats Kara Fry, Nicci Filchner and Heather Straccia and former UA All-Americans Maureen Kealey and Kristin McDermott.

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