Shanna Duggan is in her fourth season as an assistant coach for the Washington women's gymnastics program. Duggan will lead the coaching on vault and will continue to assist the Huskies' beam efforts in 2009-10.
Duggan arrived in Seattle from Ann Arbor where she had served as the volunteer coach for the Wolverines in 2006. Duggan, a 2005 graduate of Michigan, earned her degree in sports management and communications.
As a senior at the University of Michigan, Duggan lettered and was named a Second Team All-Big Ten Conference selection, an Academic All-American and an All-Big Ten Academic honoree. Duggan spent her first three years of college at Central Michigan University, where she was the MAC Champion on vault as a freshman and a NACGC Academic All-American.
"She is a great young coach who interacts well with the girls and really knows how to teach," said Bowers in 2006. "She is a Canadian who will play an important role in helping to recruit Canada also. [David, Shanna and I] are very excited to be able to work together and to be able to be at a great school like the University of Washington."
Last Updated:August 26, 2009