Keenyn Won was named the third head coach in Oregon Acrobatics & Tumbling history on June 29, 2017 returning to Eugene to lead her alma mater.
After helping launch UO's program as a student-athlete in 2010, Won was part of the Ducks' first two NCATA National Championship teams in 2011 and 2012. All told, she won five individual NCATA national titles during her three seasons at Oregon.
Won returns to UO after starting the varsity program at Hawaii Pacific University, where she served as head coach since 2014.
Won compiled an overall mark of 17-14-0 in four seasons at the helm for HPU, earning NCATA Coach of the Year honors in 2014. Hawaii Pacific made back-to-back trips to the NCATA semifinals in 2015 and 2016, and this past spring the Sharks matched a program best with six wins (6-2-0).
During her tenure at HPU, Won guided eight student-athletes to All-American honors and coached the 2016 NCATA Most Valuable Player and 2017 NCATA Newcomer of the Year.
Won defeated her alma mater during the regular season in 2015, notching the then second-year program's biggest win to date.
Won graduated from UO in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in sociology.