AS A SENIOR (2005)- Earned All-America second-team honors for the balance beam in NCAA Championships team competition…tied for sixth in the beam (9.85) in NCAA Session II team qualifying competition…the honor is the 100th NCAA All-America accolade in UF gymnastics history…finished UF career as a seven-time All-American, tying Amy Myerson for third on UF's Career All-America honors list…part of UF's balance beam lineup in all but two meets…NCAA Southeast Region balance beam champion (9.90) for second career regional beam title (also won in 2003)…won beam at Arkansas (9.875) and in the March 18 triangular with a season-best 9.925…also made first appearance in UF floor lineup on March 18, taking third at 9.85… shared UF lead on floor at Southeastern Conference Championships (9.85)…runner-up in Kentucky dual beam competition (9.875)…third in the LSU dual beam competition at 9.775…contributions limited in 2005 due to a stress fracture in her left foot…Gator co-captain.
AS A JUNIOR (2004)- Four-time All-American (all-around, vault, balance beam, floor exercise)…tied for fourth (39.45) in the NCAA Session I all-around competition to earn first-team honors…also earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA vault (t4th/9.875) and balance beam (9th/ 9.7875) finals…All-America second-team honors by tying for fifth in NCAA Session I floor competition (9.90)…SEC Gymnast of the Week on March 2 and March 16 for the first such honors of her career…Gator co-captain…earned first collegiate all-around title Feb. 20 versus Arkansas (39.575)…also won uneven bars (9.925-collegiate best) and floor (9.925) versus Arkansas…claimed second consecutive all-around title at Kentucky with a 39.45…took the March 5 Arizona dual all-around title (39.60)…won UF-UCLA all-around crown with a collegiate and Gator season-best total of 39.75 - the third highest total in UF history…the performance versus UCLA was especially impressive as she claimed the win versus the nation's then No. 1 (Jeanette Antolin) and No. 2 (Kate Richardson) all-arounders, who shared second at 39.70…also turned in collegiate-bests of 9.95 to share the UF-UCLA beam and floor titles …turned in first all-around performance of the season at Alabama on Jan. 30, taking second with a 39.45…among the top three in eight all-around performances (four wins, three runner-ups, one third)…earned All-SEC second team honors for her fifth-place finish in the SEC Championships' all-around (39.40)…reset bars best twice in 2004…won four beam titles and finished among the top two balance beam performers in nine meets…led the team with 14 event titles in 2004…did not record a fall during the course of the 2004 season for 55 "hit" routines…every balance beam performance (15) of 2004 season contributed to the team score.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2003) - Earned All-America second-team honors for both all-around and vault in NCAA Championships team competition…took fifth (39.35) for the all-around and tied for sixth in the vault (9.875) in NCAA Session II team qualifying competition…turned in first all-around performance of career at the Super Six Challenge, tallying a 39.125…NCAA Southeast Region beam co-champion (9.90)…third in NCAA regional all-around (39.175)…All-SEC second-team member after tying for second on beam (9.90) at the league championships…vault, beam and floor competitor for UF in every meet…all-arounder in nine meets, turning in a season-best 39.50 to take second at Penn State quadrangular…contributed all 15 vault & beam scores to team totals…hit every vault and beam performance of season…upped season-best all-around total in four consecutive meets…turned in season-best beam mark of 9.925 three times…won beam title at WVU pentangular with a 9.925…set collegiate-best vault mark of 9.95 to win event title at PSU…set season-best floor mark with 9.875 at LSU and matched score at the Utah meet...set season-best bars mark of 9.85 on March 21 at the Utah meet...finished regular season tied for 15th in the national beam standings with a RQS of 9.910.
AS A FRESHMAN (2002) - Won the LSU dual vault competition with a season-best 9.875…matched that mark Feb. 15…top marks for floor (9.85) and beam (9.90) came in the SunTrust Mardi Gras Madness quad meet…inserted into the UF balance beam lineup during the three-minute touch warm-up to replace the injured Kara Waterhouse - responded with then collegiate- and Gator season-best 9.90 to win the event.
AS A FRESHMAN (2001) - Suffered a right tibia plateau fracture warming up for the floor exercise at the Super Six Challenge in Tuscaloosa - the season opener for the Gators…sat out season recovering from the injury and received a medical hardship.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA- Four-year member of the U.S. National Team…member of the U.S.'s runner-up team at both the 1999 and '97 Pan American Games…competed in the 2000 Senior Pacific Alliance in Christchurch, New Zealand, where the U.S. took first…1997 American Classic junior division all-around champion…also took fourth (2000) and sixth (1999) in American Classic all-around competition…ninth in 1999 World Team Trials…took 12th in the 1998 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships all-around…fourth on the balance beam and sixth on the floor exercise at 1999 U.S. Championships…finished 17th in 2000 U.S. Championships all-around…member of Hill's Angels club team and coached by Kelli Hill and Jen Bundy.