Leslie Mak

Leslie Mak

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Toronto, Ontario

High School:
Stamford (CT) HS

Height:
5-4

Event:
AA

Experience:
4V

Clubs:
Arena Gymnastics / Sport Seneca

07/10/2012

Leslie Mak and Cameron Collins Earn Prestigious Honors

The two were recognized for academic, athletic and leadership qualities.

07/05/2012

Beaver Quartet Awarded Pac-12 Postgraduate Scholarships

Beaver Quartet Awarded Pac-12 Postgraduate Scholarships

07/05/2012

Summer is Passing Quickly for the Gymnastics Program, Keep Up

Summer is Passing Quickly for the Gymnastics Program, Keep Up

06/05/2012

Clayton Jack and Leslie Mak Take Top Honors at The Bennys

Softball and Wrestling win teams of the year.

04/20/2012

Beavers Finish 12th at Nationals; Jones Advances to Event Finals

Beavers Finish 12th at Nationals; Jones Advances to Event Finals

04/22/2012

Gallery #3, Individual Event Finals

April 22, 2012

Everyday Champion, February 9, 2010-- Leslie Mak

Leslie Mak is featured by The Daily Barometer, Jan. 19, 2011

Leslie Mak is featured by NCAA.com, March 24, 2011

2012 Season Stats - Mak Get Acrobat Reader

2011 Season Stats - Mak Get Acrobat Reader

2010 Season Stats - Mak Get Acrobat Reader

2009 Season Stats - Mak Get Acrobat Reader

• 2012 All-American Second Team, Balance Beam & Floor Exercise
• 2011 All-America First Team, All-Around & Balance Beam
• 2011 & 2012 Pac-12 Gymnast of the Year
• 2011 NACGC West Region Gymnast of the Year
• 2012 NCAA Auburn Regional Champion, Balance Beam
• 2012 NCAA Auburn Regional Co-Champion, Uneven Bars
• 2011 NCAA Corvallis Regional Champion, All-Around, Uneven Bars & Balance Beam
• 2011 Pac-10 Champion, All-Around & Balance Beam
• 2009 & 2011 Pac-10 Co-Champion, Uneven Bars
• 2011 & 2012 All-Pac-10 First Team, All-Around
• 2010 All-Pac-10 First Team, Balance Beam
• 2009 All-Pac-10 First Team, Uneven Bars
• Three-time Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week
• Five-time Pac-12 Special Performance of the Week
• Everyday Champion, February 8-14, 2010
• 2010, 2011 & 2012 Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team
• 2011 & 2012 NACGC Scholastic All-American

2012
Leslie had another stellar year in her final season of competition at Oregon State ... earned All-America Second Team honors on balance beam and floor exercise ... was named the Pac-12 Gymnast of the Year, becoming the first athlete in conference history to earn GOY honors in consecutive years ... chosen as a finalist for the 2012 AAI Award given annually to the top senior gymnast in the nation ... won the individual title on balance beam and tied for top honors on the uneven bars at NCAA Auburn Regional ... scored 39.675 in the all-around at UC Davis (2/10/12) - the second-highest score in OSU history ... earned Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week following the meet season-opening upset of then-No. 4 Oklahoma and again after the Davis meet ... twice earned Pac-12 Special Performance of the Week ... Davis scored career-best 9.925 the floor in home finale (3/16/12) ... tied career-high on beam with scores of 9.95 three times in 2012 ... matched career-high of 9.875 on vault at UC Davis (2/10/12) ... scored season-high of 9.95 on bars at UC Davis ... notched 20 event titles in 2012, good for ninth in OSU single season history ... totaled 53 event titles in her career, fourth in OSU history ... Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team ... "hit" 51 out of 52 routines ... finished her career having "hit" 167-173 (96.5%) routines in her career.

2011
Leslie earned All-America First Team honors on the balance beam and in the all-around ... was named the Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year ... 2011 NACGC West Region Gymnast of the Year ... Pac-10 Champion in the all-around and beam and co-champion on bars ... scored 39.350 in the all-around at NCAA Championships to finish tied for third in her session and seventh overall ... finished 10th in Individual Event Finals on balance beam ... became an all-arounder in 2011, competing on the vault for the first time in her career ... set career-best score (39.525) in all-around at Pac-10 Championships (3/19/11) and career-high 9.95 on the beam to win Pac-10 titles ... tallied 22 event titles in 2011, good for sixth in OSU single season history ... tied career-high on floor (9.875) three times in 2011 ... set career mark (9.875) on vault vs. LSU (1/7/11) ... Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team ... "hit" 51 out of 53 routines.

2010
Leslie earned first team All-Pac-10 on the balance beam ... injured her left elbow during timed warm-ups at Ohio State (1/16/10) ... was a stellar performer on the bars despite the injury, but was only able to compete on the apparatus five times ... returned to the beam lineup just one week after the elbow injury with a "no hands" routine against Washington (1/22/10) ... returned to the floor lineup at UCLA (2/21/10) ... set season-high on bars and beam at Pac-10 Championships (3/27/10) with a 9.950 and a 9.90 respectively ... scored season-bests 9.825 on the floor at Arizona State (2/26/10) and at LSU (3/5/10) ... Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team ... "hit" 26 out of 26 routines.

2009
Leslie competed on the uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise in every meet as a freshman ... tied for the 2009 Pac-10 title on the bars (9.90) ... earned All-Pac-10 First Team on bars ... enjoyed career-best met in the Salbasgeon Suites Invitational (3/6/09) scoring 9.975 on bars and 9.925 on beam ... scored season-high 9.875 on floor at Pac-10 Championships (3/21/09) ... had great night against Utah (1/30/09) scoring 9.95 on bars and 9.90 on beam ... received Pac-10 Special Performance of the Week three times - the most in the conference ... "hit" 39 out of 42 routines.

Pre-Oregon State
Moved from Toronto to Stamford, Conn. prior to her senior year of high school ... trained at Arena Gymnastics under coaches Laurie and Frank DeFrancesco for one year ... trained at Sport Seneca under coaches Carol-Angela Orchard, Lawson Hamer and Lisa Cowan for seven years ... was a member of the Canadian National Team ... participated at the Siska Competition in Slovenia, the Rushmoore Rose Bowl in England and the Stella Zakharova Cup in Ukraine ... is a former teammate of several current and former Division I gymnasts including Ashley Houghting of Washington and Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs of UCLA.

Personal
Born in Mississauga, Ontario ... daughter of Susan and Gord Mak ... has one sister, Allison ... father, Gord, is an engineer ... Mother, Susan, is a physiotherapist ... sister, Allison, was a gymnast for Yale ... on the honor roll through high school ... expects to graduate with a degree in Business Marketing in June ... chose OSU because "I felt right at home on my recruiting trip. The coaches and staff are wonderful and my new Beaver teammates are incredibly motivating and supportive."

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