Randy Monahan
Randy  Monahan

Assistant Coach


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Ohio State finishes a close second behind first-place Illinois

Randy Monahan is entering his fourth season as an assistant coach at Ohio State. 

In his first season on head coach Carey Fagan's staff, Ohio State once again advanced to an NCAA Regional as freshman Alexis Mattern garnered second team All-Big Ten honors and another freshman, Taylor Harrison, competed as an individual at the NCAA Championships after posting a fourth-place all-around finish at the NCAA Columbus Regional.

In 2016, the Buckeyes advanced to the NCAA Minneapolis Regional after Kaitlyn Hofland, Mattern and Jamie Stone each garnered second team All-Big Ten laurels.

Last season, the Buckeyes once again advanced to an NCAA Regional has Mattern was named first team All-Big Ten and Hofland picked up second team All-Big Ten honors. In addition, Mattern advanced to the NCAA Championships as an individual in the all-around.

Monahan spent the previous six seasons as an assistant at Penn State, working primarily with the vault and uneven bar events. He helped coach five gymnasts to 16 All-America honors and was named the NACGC/W Regional Assistant Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011. Monahan helped guide the Nittany Lions to two NCAA Championship appearances while in University Park.

Monahan was a standout in his career at Ohio State from 2001-05. The seven-time All-American was a two-time Big Ten all-around champion, two-time Big Ten Gymnast of the Year, two-time team captain and was a part of a pair of Big Ten championship teams.