Thérèse Videan

Thérèse Videan

Player Profile


Peralta, N.M.

High School:
La Cueva



As a Senior (2005): Began 2005 as an important part of three lineups (vault, bars, floor)... had outstanding meet against Cal earning a pair of titles, with a 9.825 to tie on bars, and 9.875 to win outright on floor... had outstanding performance at NCAA Regionals posting scores of 9.85 on floor and 9.80 on vault and bars... tied career-high 9.925 on floor at Cal State Fullerton... her 9.90 as the anchor on floor at the Salbasgeon Suites Invitational secured the victory for the Beavers and earned her the individual title... set season-high 9.85 on bars against Utah to tie for second... set season-high 9.875 on vault at Arizona to earn a share of the title... suffered strained calf early in the season and was limited for the Beavers for several weeks... "hit" 32-35 routines in 2005.

As a Junior (2004):Competed on vault, bars and floor in every meet... Peaked on vault at the end of the season... Scored a career-high 9.925 at the NCAA Regional Championships, where she tied for third... Scored a 9.875 on vault at the Pac-10 Championships... Scored 9.85 or better in the last four meets of the season... Hit all 12 bar routines for an average of 9.792... Had a season-high of 9.875 against Cal State-Fullerton and scored 9.80 or better seven times... Had a career-high 9.925 on floor against Stanford... Ended the season with seven consecutive scores of 9.825 or better on that event... Earned NACGC/W Scholastic All-American honors and was selected to the honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic Team.

As a Sophomore (2003): Competed on bars and floor in all 13 meets and vaulted 11 times (although with two exhibitions, she vaulted in all 13 meets)... Had her best meet of the year at the Pacific-10 Championships, where she had a career-high of 9.90 on bars, tied her season-high of 9.85 on floor and had a 9.85 on vault for her second-best score of the year on that event... Had the team's second-best average on bars at 9.792, with a 9.80 or better eight times, including a 9.90 and a 9.85 in the final two meets of the season... On floor, averaged 9.742, scoring better than 9.80 seven times with a high of 9.85 three times... Her vault average was 9.762, with three 9.80-plus marks (four including an exhibition)... Had a season-best 9.90 at Brigham Young to tie her career-high set as a freshman... Named an NACGC/W Scholastic All-American and was an honorable mention pick on the Pac-10's All-Academic Team.

As a Freshman (2002): Competed on vault and floor in all 14 meets and on bars in four meets (10 counting six exhibitions)... Scored a 9.80 or better 16 times - nine times on floor and seven times on vault... Won vault twice, making her the only freshman to win an event title in 2002... Had career-high 9.90 on the event against Stanford and added a 9.875 at the Pacific-10 Championships for her two best vault scores of the year... Averaged 9.693 for the year... Had a career-high 9.90 on floor at the NCAA West Regional Championships after scoring as high as 9.875 three times earlier in the season... Had the team's second-best floor score at the NCAA Championships with a 9.80... Averaged 9.782 on the event... On bars, scored as high as 9.75 twice, in an official routine at Cal and in an exhibition against Stanford.... Scored a 9.70 at the NCAA Championships.

Pre-Oregon State: Five years at Level 10, including three years qualifying for Junior Olympic nationals... Placed 11th on vault and floor at the 2001 meet... Was fifth on vault in 2000 and fourth on beam and all-around in 1999... Won the all-around title at the 2000 New Mexico state championship meet.

Personal: Born in Bothell, Washington... Daughter of Cecilia and Paul Videan... Has two older sisters, Regis and Belinda... Business administration major... Graduated from La Cueva High School, where she was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society and Who's Who Among American High School Students.

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