Mary Rose Donahue has committed to Colorado College

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Jhonmar Castillo Patriot Aquatic Club Lincolnshire Il
High School Pamela
tournament score
1M 3M 5M 7.5M 10M
Best Result 391.10 - - - -
Meets Competed In

2013

2013 AAU Central Association Championships, 1 Meter National Qualifier, Normal IL. Pts. 352.20- 9 dives
2013 AAU National Championships, 1 Meter, San Antonio, Texas. 22nd Place
2013 IHSA Loyola Academy-Lake Forest High School duel meet, 1 Meter, Pts. 211.3- 6 dives
2013 IHSA Zion Benton High School-Lake Forest High School Duel Meet, 1 Meter, Pts. 224.6- 6 dives
2012

2012 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) High School State Championship, Evanston, IL 21st place 391.1 – 10 dives
2012 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Sectional Championship, Lake Forest, IL

2012 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) NSC conference, Lake Forest, IL

2012 Evanston Invite Championship (Evanston Township) Evanston, IL

2011

2011 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Sectional Championship, Wilmette, IL

2011 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) NSC conference, Lake Forest, IL

2011 Evanston Invite Championship (Evanston Township) Evanston, IL

2010

2010 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) NSC conference, Lake Forest, IL

2010 Evanston Invite Championship (Evanston Township) Evanston, IL

Physical Attributes
Years diving USA Diving AAU
3
Diving Honors

2011 Coaches Award Lake Forest High School
2012 Coaches Award Lake Forest High School
2011 Most Improved Athlete Lake Forest High School
2012 Most Improved Athlete Lake Forest High School
2013 AAU National Qualifier
2013 North Shore Athletic Leadership Conference Nominee

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Lake Forest High School
School City
Lake Forest
School State
IL
Guidance Counselor
Denise Brown
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
-
School Size
-
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
-
Major Category
Communications
Major
Broadcast Journalism
Major Category
Communications
Major
Journalism
Major Category
English Language and Lit./Letters
Major
Writing, General
Other Academic Information
Honor Roll Quill and Scroll Society Editor in Chief of the Forest Scout Journalism TA Orchestra Leader
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Personal


First Name
Mary Rose
Last Name
Donahue
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'6"
Weight
140
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

In diving I do believe that I am a leader and role model for the underclassmen. I have been named the diving captain for 2013-2014 at Lake Forest High School and I try to encourage all of the other swimmers and divers to stay involved through the off season by coming to time for the boys events and by having small gatherings to garner team cohesiveness. I also try to encourage any eighth graders to try out the high school team and see if they want to be involved.

Outside the pool I am very involved with my orchestra and am currently assistant concertmaster of the symphony orchestra. I help out my classmates in lower orchestras by leading sectionals and helping out the less experienced players.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a student athlete I hold sportsmanship in very high regard. I always try to reach out in competitions and be friendly with the other competitors and cheer everyone on, not just the other girls on my team. I believe that by getting everyone at the pool in a positive attitude that everyone performs better and all-in-all everyone just has a much better time and gets so much more out of their experience.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Since 7th grade I have earned the Presidential Gold Award for service to my community. This award is for students that perform over 250 hours of service each year and includes a nice gold pin and a personal letter from President Obama. I believe that by putting myself out there and volunteering in my community that I am bettering not only myself but all the people around me.

I am also a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient. This award is the equivalent to the Boy Scout's Eagle award and is given to a scout after doing a significant project that totals more than 80 hours. For my project I organized a mothers day concert in the local nursing home and recruited my string chamber quartet as well as several other chamber groups to play for the residents. I have been involved with Girl Scouts from the time I was 5 until now and by still helping out at girl scout events and helping with my younger sister's troop, hopefully setting a good example for them and being a positive role model.

In school I am involved in Human Rights Club. This year we choose a charity that provides mosquito nets to children in Uganda. We have been selling bracelets and having bake sales all year to try and raise $1000 for the charity. We also planned a international human rights day talk in the auditorium that featured the charity we are reaching out to. I believe that even if you have not met someone halfway across the world they are entitled to their own rights and even with something as small as a $5 mosquito net you are making a lasting difference on their lives.

I am also involved in my churches youth group and have painted murals in a nearby food pantry, gone to an native american reservation on a work trip, helped out the younger CCD classes, as well as many other projects. It is important to me to be involved in my church and try to make a difference in my community.

My siblings and I did a fairly major service project this year. Our local fire department holds a summer camp for children who have been badly burned or disfigured by fire. We conducted a drive for new and like new stuffed animals for them, as well as purchased and made some with money I raised from babysitting. This has been a really rewarding undertaking, and one we will continue in the years to come.

Environmental stewardship is also very important to me. I am lucky enough to live across the street from an Open Lands parcel. Every spring, I help with pulling garlic mustard, a very invasive species, pulling weeds from the path, and every few weeks, my family and I clean up any trash that has accumulated.

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Blog Posts


Senior Year Already???
July 21, 2013
Several days ago I went in for my senior portraits and while I was striking a multitude of awkward cliche poses it started to hit me that this is my last year of high school. While I am a bit...
T- 2 weeks and 2 days until AAU nationals! (Not that I'm counting down or anything)
July 9, 2013
As the August 25th date of my departure for San Antonio starts to quickly close in on me I am starting my home stretch of preparing for nationals. After sitting down and talking with my coach we...
New Years Resolutions
January 5, 2013
Well 2012 really flew by and here I am now in 2013. While everybody is making their New Years Resolutions I decided to make some of my own for the next year. I want to really work on my weak points...
End of My High School Season Junior Year
December 27, 2012
It's already weird for me to think that my third year of High School diving is already behind me! I am glad to be able to get back to my club and start working on what is to come next season. This...