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With partner Ethan Burgess, Mc Laughlin won two consecutive medals at the U. Championships: the bronze medal at the novice level at the 2004 U. Championships and the pewter medal at the junior level at the 2005 U. When Rockne Brubaker's previous partnership ended due to a lack of height difference, his coach Dalilah Sappenfield called Mc Laughlin, whom she had seen competing at other events, and arranged a try-out.
The pair went undefeated in their first competitive season together (2006–2007).
Their success at these two competitions qualified them for the 2007–08 Grand Prix Final, but they withdrew after the short program due to an injury to Brubaker. Mc Laughlin and Brubaker's win, combined with the wins of Jessica Rose Paetsch & Jon Nuss on the junior level, and Brynn Carman & Christopher Knierim on the novice level, gave their coach Dalilah Sappenfield a sweep of national pair champions for 2008, an accomplishment which led to Sappenfield being named Coach of the Year.
Mc Laughlin and Brubaker began the 2008–2009 season at the 2008 Skate America, where they won the silver medal. Championships, Mc Laughlin and Brubaker successfully defended their national title, which resulted in them being selected to compete at the 2009 Four Continents and the 2009 Worlds.
“My goal has always been to win World and Olympic medals, I still plan on working toward that goal and look forward to new challenges,” Brubaker said. “Rockne and I have had an amazing career together, and I can’t thank him enough for that,” Mc Laughlin said. While originally intending to compete at the senior level at the 2006 U. Championships, Miller & Brubaker announced their split in December 2005 due to a lack of height difference that could lead to injury.Because of the age difference between Mc Laughlin and Brubaker, this was their only junior-age-eligible season.Mc Laughlin (born September 25, 1992) is an American pair skater.With former partner Rockne Brubaker, she is the 2008 & 2009 U. National Champion, the 2010 Four Continents silver medalist, and the 2007 World Junior Champion.