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Haley Bogart
Height: 5'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Woodside, Calif.
High School: St. Francis
Club: Airborne Gymnastics
Experience: 3 Letters

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At Washington
2011 (Senior):
One of three senior captains and earned the Senior Leadership Award from the coaches ... named "Top Dawg" by the coaches ... Second-Team All-Pac-10 Academic ... competed on vault in all 12 meets, on beam in 10 and on floor four times ... won two event titles on the year, the vault on Jan. 28 vs. Oklahoma with a 9.900 a new career-high and the all-around at SPU on Feb. 4 with a 39.000 ... it was the first time she had done all-around since her freshman year and the only time she competed in all four events and on bars her senior year ... at SPU that was the only time she competed on bars all season, posting a 9.650 ... also posted a season-high at SPU on the floor with a 9.775 ... scored a season-high of 9.825 on beam three times on the season ... had a team-best 9.775 vault score at the Pac-10 Showcase to open the season ... tied for second on vault vs. Cal on Jan. 21 with a 9.775 ... placed second on the beam at SPU with a 9.825 ... tied for the Husky lead on beam at the Salbasgeon Suites Invitational at Oregon State on Feb. 25 with a 9.750 ... vs. Michigan State on March 4, placed second on vault with a 9.875 and third on the beam with a 9.825 ... vs. Air Force/SPU on March 11 placed third on vault with a 9.825 and tied for second on the beam with a 9.725.

2010 (Junior): Wrapped up a team best for the Huskies against Nebraska with a 9.750 on the beam, which gave her a fifth place spot in the event ... tied a season-high on vault and set a new season-high on floor with a 9.800 against No. 5 Oregon State on Jan. 23 ... tied another season-high on the beam against Utah the following week with a 9.800 giving her a tie at second place in the event ... scored a 9.750 on the beam to help her team pick up two victories against Sacramento State and San Jose state on Feb. 7 in a quad meet ... tied for a win on the floor against Arizona State Feb. 13 with a score of 9.850, as well as a new season-high on the vault scoring 9.825 ... scored a new career-high on the vault with a 9.875 on the vault to help her team upset Cal ... placed third in a tri-meet with Arkansas and SPU on Feb. 26 on the vault with a 9.825 ... tied for the win on vault with 9.825 against Arizona on March 5 ... tied for top spot on the squad with matching scores of 9.825 on the vault against No. 2 Oklahoma on March 12, as well as scoring a solid 9.750 to help the Huskies score their season-high of 48.850 for the third time in four weeks ... received a 9.725 on the floor as well as a 9.775 on the vault in the Pac-10 Championships to help her team place fifth ... she held the individual season high in vaults scoring a 9.875 ... tied for 12th in the NCAA Regional ... awarded 2010 Pac-10 All Academic Honors, as well as well as 2010 Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team with a 3.47 GPA.

2009 (Sophomore): Picked up two beam titles in her sophomore season, recording a 9.750 against Alaska Anchorage on Jan. 1 to open the season and a 9.850 against Denver on March 15 ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Academic second team with a 3.42 cumulative GPA ... Helped the Huskies defeat Oregon State on Feb. 21, notching career-best marks on beam (9.875) and on vault (9.850) to combine for a season-high 39.125 in the all-around ... Recorded a season-best 9.825 on the floor at the NCAA West Regional ... Finished the season ranked No. 87 on beam.

2008 (Freshman): Honored by the coaches with the "Heart of a Champion" award ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships with a fourth-place showing in the all-around at the NCAA West Regional ... Scored a 39.050, her second-highest mark of the season, to garner her first bid to Nationals ... Scored a career-high 9.775 on bars at the 2008 NCAA Championships in Athens ... Earned Pacific-10 Second Team All-Conference honors on vault ... Won four individual event titles as a rookie, picking up a pair on vault and beam ... Notched her first career victory at Oregon State in just her second meet as a collegian with a 9.825 on beam ... Scored her first vaulting title the following week with a 9.8 against Cal .... Put together her best meet of the season against #2 Utah, when she scored a career-high 39.225 in the all-around and set career-highs on three events ... Tied Utah's Ashley Postell, who was ranked No. 1 in the nation on beam, for first place on the event as they both scored a 9.85 ... Posted a career-high 9.85 on vault five times ... Finished the season ranked among the top-100 gymnasts in the nation in the all-around (No. 91) and on vault (No. 68).

PERSONAL
Daughter of Peggy and Terry Bogart ... Has two sisters, Amy and Cher ... Her twin sister Amy is a diver at the University of San Diego ... Graduated from St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif. ... Competed for coaches Justin Howell, Mel Ruggiero and Tonya Picante at Airborne Gymnastics ... Placed 11th in all around at the 2004 Nationals in Florida.

Vault9.900 vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 28, 2011)
Bars 9.775 at NCAA Championships (March 24, 2008)
Beam9.875 at Oregon State (Feb. 21, 2009)
Floor Exercise 9.85 vs. Arizona State (Feb. 13, 2010)
All Around 39.225 vs. Utah (Feb. 16, 2008)
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