|Floor:||9.925||3-5-04 & 1-28-05|
AS A JUNIOR (2006) - Opened season with a balance beam win (9.825) versus Illinois…used same score to finish second on beam at Alabama…season-best beam score of 9.875 took second at the Florida quadrangular and Florida triangular…also earned a 9.875 beam mark versus Utah…tied for fifth in the Southeastern Conference Championship' balance beam competition (9.85)…at the NCAA South Central Regional, tied for fourth on beam (9.825)…season-best all-around total of 39.30 placed second in the Florida quad…won the Feb. 19 North Carolina State triangular all-around title (38.925) for the second title of her career.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005) - Claimed first collegiate all-around title at LSU (39.275)…runner-up in the Super Six Challenge (39.20), Alabama (39.25), Auburn (39.275), Arkansas (39.15), Kentucky (39.40) and March 18 triangular (38.95) all-around competitions…opened the 2005 season with three consecutive balance beam titles…set her collegiate-best beam mark of 9.95 versus Nebraska - that mark ties for the fourth-best mark in school history…also took Kentucky dual beam title (9.90) to start a string of three consecutive meets with 9.90 beam marks, including a runner-up finish at Utah quad…won first uneven bars title of UF career in March 18 triangular with a collegiate-best 9.90…second among the Gators with seven event titles in 2005…third in the Alabama dual floor competition when she matched her collegiate-best mark of 9.925…shared first collegiate vault title versus Auburn with a season-best mark of 9.875…runner-up in NCAA Southeast Region beam competition (9.875) and third in all-around (39.175)…only Gator to compete as an all-arounder in every meet of 2005 season.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004) - Earned All-America second-team honors for the floor exercise in NCAA Championships' team competition…tied for fifth in NCAA Session I team qualifying floor (9.90) competition…All-Southeastern Conference second-team member for her fourth-place finish in the league championships' all-around (39.50)…all-arounder in 13 meets…turned in top all- around total of 39.55 to share second versus Arizona…runner-up in five all-around competitions plus opened the season with a third-place finish in the Super Six Challenge…tied for fifth in NCAA South Central Region all-around (39.425)…shared first collegiate event title with teammates Erinn Dooley and Kristen Stucky, as each turned in a 9.875 in the Auburn dual beam competition…all-arounder in the first four meets, but sat out three events in two meets due to a sprained ankle…returned to all-around competition Feb. 20 to take runner-up honors in the all-around (39.35)…turned in collegiate-best 9.90 for bars and beam three times…top floor mark of 9.925 took second versus Arizona…posted collegiate-best vault of 9.90 in NCAA Super Six competition…"hit" 53 of the 54 routines competed in 2004.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA - Five-year member of the Canadian National Team (1999-03)…fifth in 2003 Canadian Gymnastics Championships' all-around…gold medalist in the all-around competition at the 1999 Canada Winter Games…won the gold medal on the balance beam and floor exercise and took silver in the all-around at the 2003 Gymnix International Invitational…placed 15th in the 2002 National Championships all-around competition and finished runner-up in the floor exercise…seventh in 2001 Canadian Team Trials for World Championships…fifth in 2000 Canadian Olympic Trials…won the Canadian National Junior Performance Championships in 1998 and was the Elite Canada Senior High Performance champion in 1999…trained under Flavio Toma at Flicka Gymnastics since age three.
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