Winstanley paces Colonials with quartet of First Team selections
Senior won all-around title to lead Colonials at season-opening Little Boston Invitational
Rising Seniors Elected by Teammates to Lead Colonials in 2017
Drouin-Allaire and Winstanley Pace Colonials with Four First-Team Selections
Colonials Look to Repeat as EAGL Champions and Return to NCAA Regionals
All Photos Courtesy of Carl Cox Photography
2016 as a junior: All-EAGL First Team selection for all-around, balance beam and floor exercise and Second Team pick for vault and uneven bars ... set career-high scores in all-around (39.30 on Feb. 7), uneven bars (9.85 on March 4), balance beam (9.90 on Feb. 7) and floor exercise (9.90 on March 13) ... won first all-around title of career with 39.30 at Kent State tri-meet ... finished second in the all-around at season-opening Little Boston Invitational (38.975) in her first competition since season-ending injury as a sophomore ... won uneven bars title with career-high 9.85 against NC State (March 4) ... recipient of Most Consistent "Stoicovy" Award and co-recipient of Lindsey Ferris Attitude is Everything Award at end-of-year banquet.
2015 as a sophomore: All-EAGL Second Team selection on vault, floor exercise and all-around ... competed in eight meets before suffering season-ending injury ... set career-high marks on vault (9.85 on Jan. 18), uneven bars (9.825 on Jan. 18), balance beam (9.825 on Feb. 14), floor exercise (9.90 on Feb. 20) and all-around (39.15 on Feb. 8) ... finished in second place in all-around with score of 38.975 on Jan. 9 ... tied for uneven bars title with 9.825 at Lindsey Ferris Invitational (Jan. 12) ... placed second with career-high score of 39.15 in the all-around at UC Davis (Feb. 8) ... earned share of balance beam title with 9.85 on Feb. 18 ... tied for floor exercise title with career-high 9.90 on Feb. 20.
2014 as a freshman: Appeared in all 12 meets in debut season ... competed in 12 events on vault, 11 on floor exercise and two in the all-around ... finished in third place on vault with a score of 9.85 on Feb. 15 ... tied for fourth place on vault with a 9.825 on March 3 ... posted season-high scores of 9.85 on vault, 9.725 on uneven bars, 9.80 on balance beam, 9.80 on floor exercise and 38.950 in all-around.
Career Highs: Vault: 9.85, Bars: 9.85, Beam: 9.90, Floor: 9.90, AA: 39.30
High School/Club: Attended Garden City High School in Garden City, N.Y.
Personal: Born Alexandra V. De Moura on 1/4/95 in Philadelphia, PA ... daughter of Josephaine and Alexandre DeMoura ... has one brother, Nicholas, and two sisters, Isabella and Giovanna ... undecided on major.
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