2018 SEC Specialist of the Week (vs. Auburn)
2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2017 Second Team All-American (BB)
2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC Specialist of the Week (vs. Georgia)
2015 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
2015 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
A dependable performer especially on beam during her four seasons … Will go down as one of the best leadoff performers on beam in school history … Earned All-America honors after an outstanding performance at NCAA Championships … Graduated in May 2018 with a degree in marketing.
SENIOR SEASON (2018)
Outstanding performer on beam for the Tigers … Started the squad with a 9.8125 at NCAA Semifinal I and 9.875 at the NCAAA Raleigh Regional … Named the SEC Specialist of the Week after leading the Tigers’ beam lineup with a 9.95 against Auburn … Opened beam with a 9.875 at GymQuarters and 9.90 against TWU … Led off with a strong 9.90 at Missouri … Started with a 9.90 on beam against Kentucky and 9.875 against Alabama … Totaled a 9.825 in the leadoff spot of vault and 9.90 in the first spot of beam at Florida … Competed on vault, beam and floor in the season opener against
Arkansas … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Competed in every single meet in the lead off role on beam … Earned a score of 9.90 or better eight of 15 meets … Began LSU’s fight to finish second at NCAA Championship with an outstanding 9.9125 at the Super Six … Totaled a 9.90 at NCAA Semifinal II to earn Second Team All-America honors on beam … Led off with an outstanding performance on beam at the NCAA Lincoln Regional for a 9.90 ... Scored a 9.925 as the leadoff performer on beam against New Hampshire ... Captured the beam title and matched her career high with a 9.95 in the first spot against Florida ... In the leadoff spot at the GymQuarters meet, tallied a 9.90 on beam ... Tied her season high 9.90 on the road against Arkansas in the first spot ... Led off with a then season high 9.90 on beam at Kentucky ... Added a 9.85 for the Tigers against Texas Woman’s on beam ... Set a season high of 9.875 in the first spot on beam against Alabama ... Totaled a 9.85 in the leadoff spot against Georgia in the season opener … Name to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third time.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)
Outstanding leadoff performer on beam in all 14 meets … Competed on vault in seven meets and in the floor lineup in one meet … Finished the season ranked No. 23 nationally on beam … Posted a career-best 9.95 in her only floor performance of the season at the Lady Luck Invitational … Her 9.95 is the highest score in an LSU gymnast’s first career floor routine in program history … Posted season-high 9.925 three times on beam: at Georgia, at Florida and vs. Alabama … Tallied a season-high 9.90 on vault at Florida … Won four individual titles with three on beam and one on floor … Beam titles came at Lady Luck with a 9.875, at Georgia with a 9.925 and vs. Alabama with a 9.925 … Floor title was at Lady Luck … Was outstanding in helping LSU earn a school-record second place finish in the NCAA Super Six when she posted a 9.8875 on beam … Narrowly missed All-America honors on beam as she tied for ninth at NCAA Semifinal I with a 9.875 in the leadoff spot … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second straight season.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2015)
Competed on beam in 12 of 13 meets and vaulted three times as well … Posted a season high of 9.95 on beam vs. Georgia (2/6) and 9.925 on vault at Centenary … Earned SEC Specialist of the Week after she tallied a 9.95 to win the beam title in LSU’s victory against Georgia … In the season opener against Iowa she became the first LSU gymnast since Rebecca Lightsey on Jan. 23, 2000 to score a 9.90 in her first collegiate beam routine … Posted eight scores of 9.825 or higher on beam and three scores of 9.90 or better … Named a Scholastic All-American and SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member.
Former elite gymnast who finished her career as a level 10 performer under the tutelage of coaches Armen Astoian and Oksana Bystrova at San Mateo Gymnastics … Ended her club career by showcasing her talent at the 2014 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships where she earned a spot on the J.O. National Team by winning the beam and floor titles, placing second in the all-around and finishing fourth on vault … Won the floor title and finished second on vault at the 2014 Region 1 Championships … Captured the bars, beam and all-around titles at the 2014 NorCal state championships … In her final season of club gymnastics in 2014, she won four vault titles, five bars titles, four beam titles, five floor titles and four all-around titles … Competed as an elite gymnast in 2013 when she swept all five titles at the National Elite Qualifier … Earned third place on beam at the 2013 Secret U.S. Classic, an elite competition … Placed seventh on beam and 10th in the all-around at the 2013 P&G Championships … Won the beam national title at the 2012 Level 10 J.O. Championships after capturing the beam title at the state championships … Attended Carlmont High School in Belmont, Calif., where she graduated in 2014.
Full name is Erin Deborah Macadaeg … Born June 23, 1996 in San Mateo, California … Daughter of Richard and Joann Macadaeg … Has one brother, Joseph … Graduated in May 2018 with a degree in marketing.
MACADAEG’S CAREER HIGHS
Vault: 9.925 (3-13-15 at Centenary)
Beam: 9.950 (three times: Last: 3-4-18 vs. Auburn; First: 2-6-15 vs. Georgia)
Floor: 9.950 (1-14-16 vs. NC State at Lady Luck Invite)
MACADAEG’S CAREER INDIVIDUAL TITLES