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2008 Gymnastics Roster

Ashley Reed

AA

Height
5' 1.5"
CLASS
Senior
Hometown
Davie, Fla. (Orlando Metro)
School

Seven-time All-American
2007 & 2008 All-SEC First Team

Collegiate Bests:

Vault:

9.95

Four times

Bars:

9.95

2-16-07

Beam:

9.975

3-11-07

Floor:

9.95

2-2-07

AA:

39.675

2-2/16-07

AS A SENIOR (2008) - Four-time All-American (all-around, vault, balance beam, floor exercise)…All-America first-team in all-around, tying for third in NCAA Championships Session I team qualifying competition at 39.425, which tied for ninth overall among the NCAA Championships' all-arounders…earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA beam (4th/9.8875) and floor (8th/9.875) final…tied for fifth in vault (9.85) in NCAA Championships Session I team qualifying competition to earn All-America second-team honors…first Gator since 1989 to earn a share of the Southeastern Conference vault title after matching her collegiate- and Florida season-best of 9.95…All-SEC first team member for second consecutive year…also used a 9.95 to share the NCAA Southeast Region vault title…shared the region beam title (9.875)…earned 10th collegiate all-around title at Kentucky (39.325)…one of seven Gators on all-time chart with 10 or more career all-around wins…also won all-around at Auburn (39.275)…earned 11 event titles in 2008 (four beam and vault, two all-around, one bar)…shared second in balance beam versus Georgia at 9.90…shared Pittsburgh beam title at 9.90…picked up first uneven bars title of 2008 at Pittsburgh with season-best 9.85..shared first on vault at Alabama with a collegiate-best 9.95…won vault at Kentucky (9.875)…season-best all-around total of 39.575 was second at NCAA Southeast Region…turned in collegiate-best vault mark of 9.95 in four of final six competitions of 2008…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

AS A JUNIOR (2007) - Three-time All-American (all-around, uneven bars, floor exercise)…earned All-America first-team honors by advancing to NCAA floor (17th/ 9.2875) final…tied for fifth in both bars (9.875) and all-around (39.40) in NCAA Championships Session I team qualifying competition to earn All-America second-team honors…All-Southeastern Conference first-team member with her third-place finish (39.525) in the league championships' all-around…placed second in NCAA Northeast Region vault and balance beam competition with identical marks of 9.90…fourth in both SEC vault (9.90) and beam (9.875) competition…twice turned in collegiate- and Florida season-best all-around total of 39.675…that mark is the fourth-highest total turned in by any of the nation's gymnasts in 2007…led UF with 18 event titles (six balance beam, five vault, three floor and all-around, one bar)…Feb. 6 SEC Gymnast of the Week after winning Florida-Auburn dual all-around (39.675), vault (9.925), balance beam (9.90) and floor exercise titles (9.95)…owns at least a share of Florida's season-best marks for all-around (39.675), vault (9.95), balance beam (9.975), floor exercise (9.95)…set or equaled each of her collegiate-best marks as a junior…named a Gator tri-captain in fall of 2006…named "Most Improved" at the team's annual awards banquet…member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches Scholastic All-America team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2006) - Shared Florida triangular all-around title (39.225) for her first title of 2006 and her fifth career win…fourth among the Gators with seven event titles (3 vault, 2 beam, 1 bar, 1 all-around) in 2006…three-time top two all-around finisher…used season-best marks to take second in both vault (9.90) and uneven bars (9.875) versus Utah…tied for fifth in SEC Championships balance beam competition (9.85) and shared fourth in the NCAA South Central Region beam standings (9.825)…shared Oregon State quad (9.80), Auburn dual (9.875) and North Carolina State triangular (9.85) vault titles with teammate Tiffany Murry…won every event she competed at the North Carolina State triangular (vault/9.85, bars/9.80, beam/9.85)…matched collegiate-best balance beam mark of 9.85 four times in 2006…made 2006 floor premier at Kentucky and turned in season-best floor mark of 9.85 three times, including in the NCAA Championships Session II team qualifying competition…voted co-captain during fall semester…named Most Improved at the team's annual awards banquet…member of SEC Academic Honor Roll and NACGC Scholastic All-America team.

AS A FRESHMAN (2005) - NCAA Southeast Region all-around champion (39.35)…first UF freshman since 1987 to win a region all-around title…won four all-around crowns in 2005 - the first UF freshman since 1983 to win four or more all-around titles in their premiere season…also shared the NCAA Southeast Region uneven bars title with teammates Samantha Lutz and Orley Szmuch with UF's season-best mark of 9.90…only freshman to be named the SEC Gymnast of the Week in 2005…received the honor March 1 after collecting her second all-around title with a UF season-best total of 39.425 versus Kentucky…also won Auburn dual (39.375) and March 18 triangular (39.30) all-around titles…led UF with 10 event titles in 2005 (4 all-around, 3 bars, 2 vault, 1 beam)…turned in collegiate-best floor mark of 9.90 to take runner-up honors in Kentucky dual…used a 9.90 to take third in Utah quad floor competition…matched collegiate-best total (39.425) to take third in Utah quad all-around…runner-up in floor (9.85) at Arkansas… won Kentucky dual and March 18 triangular vault titles with collegiate-bests of 9.925…won consecutive uneven bars titles at Georgia (9.90) and versus Auburn (9.85)…matched season-best beam mark of 9.85 at Arkansas to take second…third in UCLA dual vault (9.90)…member of SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and NACGC Scholastic All-America team.
 
PRIOR TO FLORIDA – Ninth in all-around at 2004 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships…also third in vault and tied for third on bars at the same meet…2004 Region 8 all-around, vault and bar champion…2003 Florida Level 10 all-around champion…2003 Region 8 floor champion – also tied for first on vault, runner-up on balance beam and eighth in all-around at the same meet…17th in 2001 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships…coached by Jeff Wood, Jay Hogue and Christi Barrinos at Orlando Metro…considers vault and bars her best events.

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