Oregon State gymnastics legend Amy Durham passed away Monday.
Durham lettered for the Beavers from 1990-93, capping her career by scoring a perfect 10.0 on the floor exercise at the NCAA championships in Corvallis to win the national title on the event.
A five-time All-American, she earned first-team honors as a senior in the all-around as well as on floor exercise and second team on vault, and again on vault and uneven bars as a junior in 1992. Durham was inducted to the Oregon State University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.
Durham helped the Beavers win a pair of Pac-10 and NCAA West Regional titles in 1991 and 1992, and she propelled the Orange and Black to top-seven finishes at the NCAA championships each of her four years.
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She also competed in the 1991 World University Games.
In addition to her accomplishments in the athletic arena, Durham earned Academic All-America honors as a senior.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 2 at the Valley View Fifth Ward chapel in Salt Lake City, Utah.