Erin Donohue

Birthday: 05/08/83 Mile PR: 4:26.48 - 2008
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 4:03.49 - 2010
High School: Memorial High School, Haddonfield
Hometown: Haddonfield, NJ
College: University of North Carolina '05
Current Residence: Haddon Heights, NJ

Erin Donohue was a 2008 Olympian at 1500 meters after a runner-up finish at the U.S. Olympic Trials. In 2010 she was a runner-up in the 1500 meters at the USA Outdoor Championship and finished sixth at the IAAF World Indoor Championships also at 1500 meters. Donohue was a four-time NCAA All-American at the University of North Carolina.


Haddonfield’s Erin Donohue on another Olympic quest

July 18, 2015

“The main thing is to keep her healthy and be very, very careful on different things that we do. But yes, she can make the Olympic team.”

By Jen A. Miller,

When Erin Donohue lined up to run the 1000 meters at the Diamond League adidas Grand Prix in New York on June 13, she was not...

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