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2008 Gymnastics Roster

Corey Hartung

AA

Height
5' 4"
CLASS
Junior
Hometown
Irwin, Pa. (Hill's Gymnastics)
School
10-time All-American

10-time All-American

2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009 All-SEC

 

Collegiate Bests:

Vault:

9.975

1-18-08

Bars:

9.95

3-21-09

Beam:

9.95

Four times

Floor:

9.95

Seven times

AA:

39.70

1-18-08

 

AS A SENIOR (2009) - Earned 10th career All-America honor in 2009…All-America first-team selection for advancing to fourth consecutive NCAA floor exercise event final, earning a career-high third-place finish (9.90)…her 10 career All-America honors ranks just behind the 11 All-America honors posted by UF's career leaders Chrissy Van Fleet (1997-00) and Kristen Guise (1993-96)…turned in UF’s season-high all-around total (39.60) in NCAA Super Six team final…matched collegiate-best of 9.95 in NCAA Super Six floor competition…NCAA North Central Regional balance beam champion after matching collegiate-best of 9.95…also shared regional floor title at 9.925…regional all-around runner-up (39.525)…earned fourth consecutive All-Southeastern Conference honor after taking fourth in league all-around competition (39.50)…one of three Gators all-time to earn All-SEC honors each year of collegiate career…also tied for second in SEC uneven bars competition with a collegiate-best 9.95…second among the 2009 Gators with 10 event titles (four beam, three floor, two all-around, one bar)…picked up 14th all-around title of UF career at Michigan State (39.45)…finished No. 6 on UF career all-around wins list…used total of 39.475 to take all-around win versus Auburn…won bar (9.925) and floor (9.95) versus Auburn…Alabama dual beam winner (9.95)…shared UF-OU floor title with teammate Maranda Smith at 9.90…season-best vault mark of 9.90 tied for third at SEC Championships and led UF on event in NCAA Super Six team final…shared fourth in SEC floor competition at 9.925… sidelined from all-around for Georgia dual and missed Michigan and Utah duals with a third degree strain of left soleus…turned in UF's top marks of 2009 for all-around (39.60), balance beam (9.95-twice) and floor exercise (9.95-twice)…named a Gator tri-captain in the fall of 2008 and recipient of Most Outstanding Gymnast Award at team's annual awards banquet…member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

 

AS A JUNIOR (2008) - Three-time All-American (all-around, balance beam, floor exercise)…earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA floor (11th/9.825) final…in NCAA Championships Session I team qualifying competition, tied for fifth (39.40) in all-around and shared sixth in beam (9.825) to earn All-America second-team honors…used fifth highest all-around in school history (39.70) to win Florida-Georgia dual…led UF with 21 event titles in 2008 (six beam, five all-around and floor, four vault, one bar)…shared 2008 Southeastern Conference balance beam title (9.90)...All-SEC team member for third consecutive year, earning first team honors in 2008…won vault in first three 2008 appearances - (9.90 vs. Illinois-Chicago, 9.975 vs. Georgia; 9.925 vs. Arkansas)…set or matched four collegiate-bests as a junior (all-around/39.70, vault/9.975, beam/9.95, floor/9.95)…posted a collegiate-best floor mark of 9.95 in final two meets of regular season (at Alabama, vs. Utah)…won a total of five all-around titles in 2008 to up career total to 12, which ties for sixth on the Florida All-Time chart…won at least one event title in 10 of Florida's 14 meets…earned at least a share of four event titles at North Carolina on Feb. 22 - vault (9.875), beam (9.875), floor (9.925) and all-around (39.50)…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

 

AS A SOPHOMORE (2007) - Three-time All-American (all-around, balance beam, floor exercise)…earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA beam (T3rd/ 9.85) and floor (T4th/9.90) finals…tied for fifth (39.40) in the NCAA Championships Session I team qualifying all-around competition to earn All-America second-team honors…picked up first all-around title of 2007 with a season-best 39.50 versus Michigan State…won balance beam (9.925) and shared floor (9.90) title at NCAA Northeast Region Championships - second consecutive regional floor title of career…set or equaled every collegiate-best mark in 2007 - vault (9.90), bars (9.925), beam (9.95), floor (9.95) and all-around (39.50)…picked up a total of 12 event titles (one bar and all-around, five beam and floor)…All-SEC second-team member by taking sixth in the league championships' all-around (39.45)…shared first collegiate bar title (9.90) versus Alabama…claimed three consecutive floor titles, using collegiate-bests of 9.95 for Auburn and Kentucky dual wins…learned a new vault (Yurchenko one and a half in the tuck position) in February…made first appearance as an all-arounder at LSU, taking second…set or matched collegiate-bests for bars (9.925), beam (9.95) and floor (9.95) Feb. 16 versus Kentucky, winning beam and floor…named a Gator tri-captain in fall of 2006…team's Most Outstanding Gymnast of 2007 season…member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

 

AS A FRESHMAN (2006) - Three-time All-American (all-around, balance beam, floor exercise)…earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA beam (T5th/ 9.8125) and floor (T8th/ 9.8375) finals…tied for seventh (39.30) in the NCAA Championships Session II team qualifying all-around competition to earn All-America second-team honors…matched season beam best of 9.90 in NCAA Session II competition…the three All-America honors is the second highest number for a Gator freshman…six-time all-around winner, becoming only the second Gator freshman to win five or more all-around titles during their premiere season…won six of her 11 all-around competitions…NCAA South Central Regional floor exercise co-champion at 9.875…first UF freshman since 1983 to claim a region floor crown…runner-up in regional all-around (39.325)…qualified for the All-SEC Second Team with the following league championships' finishes - balance beam (T2nd/9.875) and all-around (T5th/39.30)…named SEC Gymnast of the Week on Feb. 7 after setting or matching three then collegiate-bests in Florida's win at Auburn…led UF with 15 event titles (6 all-around, 6 floor, three beam) in 2006...owned or shared UF's top 2006 marks for all-around (39.45), bars (9.90) and floor (9.95)…upped season-best all-around to 39.45 to claim home quadrangular title on Feb. 10 and used same total for win at Kentucky the following week…raised Florida's season-best floor mark to 9.95 with her win at Kentucky…first Gator freshman since 1986 to win all-around in first collegiate meet (last was All-American Melissa Miller), posting a 38.975 to claim title versus Illinois…earned a 9.90 in bars, beam and floor versus No. 1 Georgia…the score earned Hartung her first collegiate floor exercise title…named team's Outstanding Gymnast and Outstanding Newcomer at the annual award's banquet… member of the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches Scholastic All-America team.

 

PRIOR TO FLORIDA - Member of 2003-04 U.S. Senior National Team…10th in all-around and seventh in floor at 2004 American Classic competition held in Ontario, Calif.…placed second on beam, third on floor, sixth on bars and fifth in the all-around competition at the 2005 Level 10 Junior Olympics National Championships …2005 Maryland and Eastern Region all-around champion…26th in 2004 U.S. Championship all-around…seventh in all-around and 10th on beam at 2004 National Elite Podium Meet in New York City…in the 2004 USA-Japan meet, won vault competition plus took third on floor exercise and all-around…took 18th in all-around at 2003 U.S. National Championships…ninth in 2003 U.S. Classic floor exercise competition…competed for Hill’s Gymnastics (which produced former UF All-American Erinn Dooley) and coached by Kelli Hill and Jen Bundy.

 

MAJOR – Graduated in May of 2010 with bachelor’s degree in sports management

 

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