Volunteer Assistant Coach
After two years and numerous records with
the Lady Razorbacks, Marie LeJour-McDonagh begins her second season as
a volunteer assistant coach. An all-American in the 20-pound weight throw
in 2002, LeJour-McDonagh was a two-time NCAA Championships competitor
in the weight and an SEC Champion in the discus throw.
The Southeastern Conference Commissioner's
Trophy Winner for outdoor track in 2001, LeJour-McDonagh scored in all
four throwing disciplines at that conference championship and was a contender
in every competition she entered in her two years as a Lady Razorback.
Following her final year of eligibility, McDonough won the Canadian National
Championship in the discus.
LeJour-McDonagh was a first team Verizon Academic
All-American in 2002 and received her master's degree in kinesiology that
same year. LeJour-McDonagh's husband, Andrew, was a Canadian national
team member in the javelin and is now a volunteer assistant coach with
the Arkansas men.