AS A JUNIOR (2008)
Did not compete due to injury
AS A JUNIOR (2008)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007)
Victoria McGuigan-Carl had a stellar first meet as a sophomore, scoring a 9.725 on the vault and winning the floor exercise with a 9.800 against Maryland, Michigan State and West Virginia...tied for fourth on the vault with a 9.700 before injuring her Achilles in her floor routine versus Air Force and New Hampshire.
AS A FRESHMAN (2006)
McGuigan-Carl competed in every meet on the vault and joined the Panther lineup as a floor exercise and beam specialist as well...set a career-high vault of 9.825 on January 21 against Rhode Island where she place third...tied her career-high 9.825 on the floor exercise at the EAGL Championships where she placed seventh...An event finalist on both the vault and floor exercise at the Missouri Cat Classic...was one of only two Pitt gymnasts to qualify for more than one event...set a career-high beam score of 9.625 on March 7 versus West Virginia and James Madison...placed second on the vault on February 4 against Rutgers....led the Panthers on the vault at the NCAA Northeast Regionals with a 9.750.
McGuigan-Carl had a breakout year as a senior, placing first or second in the all-around in every regular season meet that Berks went to...comepted in the Level 9 National Championships in 2004...finished second in the all-around and was the champion on the vault, uneven bars and floor exercise at Brestyan's Invite in Boston...won the uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise at the Dutch Classic...champion in the all-around, balance beam and floor exercise at the Heart of Texas in Austin...competed for Berks Gymnastics Academy and as a polevaulter on the track team...an honor roll student.
Born July 16, 1987...daughter of John Carl and Susan McGuigan-Good...has one sister...interested in criminal justice.
Career High Scores:
Vault - 9.825
Balance Beam - 9.625
Floor Exercise - 9.825
Panthers Drop Away Meet to Penn State, 195.200-193.525
Panthers Head to Happy Valley for Dual with Penn State
Gymnastics' Pikula Embraces Her Return to the Sport
Panthers Earn Season-Best 194.725 at George Washington
Panthers Travel to Washington DC for Five-Team Meet
Pearson Named EAGL Specialist of the Week