Brogan Evanson
Assistant Gymnastics Coach
(801) 422-1681
SFH 206

Years at BYU

  • 2015- Present


  • Primary vault and floor coach
  • Team floor choreographer
  • Assists with all aspects of the program, including: athlete development, recruiting, summer camps, team promotion, community outreach, competitions and alumni relations

Prior to BYU

  • Level 10 Official for the NCAA and USA-Gymnastics since 2007
  • Gymnastics Program Director and Head Coach at Peak Athletics in Highlands Ranch, CO
  • Assistant coach for the Southeast Missouri Redhawks gymnastics team under the direction of Thomas Farden (current head coach for the Utah Utes)
  • Named Co-Midwest Independent Conference Assistant Coach of the Year in 2007
  • Volunteer assistant coach for BYU in 2005, contributing to Cougars' NCAA National Championship Appearance

Gymnastics Career

  • Member of BYU gymnastics team from 2001-04, coached by Dawn and Brad Cattermole and Shauna Mertz
  • Ranked No. 14 nationally on the uneven bars and scored a 9.975 on the bars against Utah to set a new school record in 2004
  • Recorded a perfect 10.000 on the floor exercise in 2003
  • Awarded the BYU Scholar-Athlete Award four straight years
  • Nominated for the Lu Wallace Outstanding Senior Female Award in 2004
  • Awarded the Cougar Club Female Crowd Pleaser Award and Amberly Rupp Circle of Honor Award
  • Part of the 2000 Junior Olympic National Team Region I
  • Level 10 Region I 2000 floor champion
  • Trained at Olympus School of Gymnastics in Sandy, Utah under coach Mary Wright


  • Masters of Art in Athletic Administration, Southeast Missouri State (2007)
  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, BYU (2005)
  • Personal Training Certification with the American College of Sports Medicine


  • Brogan and her husband, Troy, have four children — Rigden, Tegan, L. Jaclyn and Emmy
  • Brother Jacoby Jacobsen — BYU Men's Swim Team (2003-04 and 2006-09) 
  • Brother Jorgan Jacobsen — BYU Cross Country and Track and Field (2005-06 and 2008-09) and BYU Mascot, Cosmo the Cougar (2009-12)
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