AS A SENIOR (2003) - Earned All-America second-team honors for both all-around and balance beam in NCAA Championships’ team competition...tied for sixth (39.325) for the all-around and tied for seventh in the beam (9.875) in NCAA Session II team qualifying competition...competed as an all-arounder in every meet...prior to 2003 season, last competed as an all-arounder in February of 2000... All-Southeastern Conference second-team member after taking fifth in the league championships’ all-around (39.375)...reset collegiate-best total for third consecutive week at March 7 Auburn dual (39.525) to win first all-around title of career ...upped collegiate-best total to 39.65 to win second all-around title at WVU...also turned in collegiate-best marks of 9.95 (vault), 9.875 (bars), 9.95 (beam) and 9.975 (floor) as a senior...won at least a share of six floor exercise titles in 2003...second among the Gators with 14 event titles in 2003... finished regular season ranked No. T15 in the national floor exercise (9.930 RQS) and all-around (22nd/39.425) standings... member of the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll...Verizon Academic All-America third-team selection... named recipient of $5,000 SEC Post-Graduate Scholarship...Gator team tri-captain.
AS A JUNIOR (2002) - Earned All-America second-team honors for the vault by tying for sixth with a 9.875 in the NCAA Session II team qualifying competition...Won her first event title of the season at Utah, taking the vault crown with a then collegiate- and Gator season-best 9.925...turned in a 9.90 to tie for third in the SEC Championships' vault competition...turned in a 9.90 on vault three times...third in the March 1 quad vault with a 9.85 and runner-up in the beam with a season-best 9.875...missed the LSU and Michigan dual meets due to a fractured left index finger suffered on Jan. 22...returned to Florida's vault, beam and floor lineups at Oklahoma...prior to the injury, she had appeared in every meet contested during her collegiate career (29 consecutive meets), performing on vault, beam and floor in the majority of the meets...member of the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll, Verizon Academic All-District and National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches Scholastic All-America teams.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2001) - Appeared in UF's vault, beam and floor lineups in 12 meets...competed vault and floor at NC State and at Louisiana State...posted then collegiate-best floor mark of 9.90 six times in 2001...took third in the Nebraska dual vault competition with her then collegiate-best mark of 9.85...won the floor competition at Nebraska (9.90) and runner-up in three other meets...claimed Oklahoma and LSU dual meet vault titles and runner-up in two other vault competitions...one of four Gators with a 4.0 GPA last fall...member of the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll... member of the NACGC Scholastic All-America team for 2001.
AS A FRESHMAN (2000) - Strong competitor for the Gators, posting 11 top-three individual finishes, including three wins...claimed first two individual event titles at Auburn, winning vault (9.75) and floor (9.825)...also won the balance beam competition at the Gatorade Conference Showcase with a 9.85...turned in then collegiate-best marks of 9.90 for beam and floor at Boise State...made limited appearances in the uneven bars lineup due to a shoulder injury, but turned in a season-best of 9.85 for the event at the Super Six Challenge...appeared in every vault, beam and floor competition in 2000...top all-around total for the season of 38.925 came in The SunTrust Spectacular... member of the NACGC Scholastic All-America team for 2000.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA - All-around runner-up in the 1999 Level 10 National Championships with a total of 37.975...also runner-up on balance beam (9.675), fifth on the floor exercise (9.55) and eighth on the uneven bars (9.45) at the 1999 Level 10 Nationals...1999 Level 10 Regional all-around (37.80) and floor (9.575) champion...claimed 1998 Level 10 Regional beam crown (9.55)...at 1997 Level 10 Nationals, took fourth in all-around (37.925), second on bars (9.625) and eighth on floor (9.60)...runner-up on balance beam (9.55) at 1997 Las Vegas Go-For-It Classic...inducted into the Colorado Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 1997...qualified for Senior National Elite competition in 1996, but returned to Level 10 competition the next season...member of the Champion Gymnastics Club and coached by Don Eckert and Mary Jean Griffin...considers beam and floor strongest events.
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