"Being apart of GW Gymnastics has made me the person I am today. Not only has it enabled me to succeed in the athletic arena, but it has provided me with the important qualities of a successful person possesses. I have learned so much about myself and others as a part of this team. I have committed myself to truly putting my heart into everything I do and ensuring that no one gets left behind. We will succeed together and enjoy every second of it. Experiencing the many up's and down's of a season and knowing what it takes to ultimately achieve a goal gives me the confidence to succeed in my future aspirations. "
As a Sophomore in 2008 - Second team All-EAGL on uneven bars...Second team All-EAGL on balance beam...Recorded a career-high 9.750 on vault at the Lindsey Ferris Invite (1/20)...Scored a career-high 9.800 vs. Pittsburgh (2/24) on beam and a season-high 9.825 at West Virginia (1/27)...Recorded 13 scores of 9.700 or higher through the season...Registered 9.650 or higher in 10 of 12 meets on bars.
As a Freshman in 2007 - Second team all-conference selection on bars placed third at the EAGL Championships on the event with a season-high 9.85 on 3/30 ... competed in all 13 meets for GW on the bars and beam while also vaulting in eight ... set a season high 9.75 on the vault at Towson on 3/16, while posting a then season best 9.8 on bars ... recorded a season-high 9.775 on the beam at North Carolina on 3/23 ... registered at least a 9.625 in her final 10 meets on bars.
High School/Club: Three-time Junior Olympic Nationals Qualifier under coach Barbara Teiss... as a junior won the Suffolk county championship ... county all-around, vault, and bars record holder ... in the classroom, was a member of the National Junior Honor Society.
Personal: Born Christa E. Devine in Mt. Sinai, NY...daughter of Maria and William Devine ... has a twin brother, Matt, who plays soccer at Bryant University ... also has a younger sibling, Dee ... she enjoys wake boarding, shopping and long walks on the beach ... exercise science major who wants to pursue a career in physical therapy.
Winstanley Grabs Third EAGL Gymnast of the Week Honor
WASHINGTON – For the second straight week and third time this season, George Washington gymnastics senior Jillian Winstanley was named East Atlantic...
No. 21 Gymnastics Tops Field to Win Pink Meet
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No. 25 Gymnastics Set to Host Pink Meet
LEADING OFF: The No. 25 George Washington gymnastics team returns to the Charles E. Smith Center for the first time since January 14 to host its annual Pink ...
Gymnastics Takes Pair of EAGL Weekly Awards
WASHINGTON - The George Washington gymnastics team has claimed two East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) weekly awards. Senior Jillian Winstanley has been...
No. 25 Women's Gymnastics Continues Hot Streak
DURHAM, N.H. – In their first dual meet of the season, the George Washington gymnastics team continued to prove its dominance in the East Atlantic...
No. 29 Gymnastics Heads to UNH on Sunday
LEADING OFF: The No. 29 George Washington gymnastics team, off to a 6-2 start after the first three weeks of the season, travels to Durham, New Hampshire...
No. 27 Gymnastics Posts Second Straight Victory
n the return to the site of their historic 2017 NCAA Regionals appearance, the George Washington gymnastics team found success once again in Morgantown when ...
No. 27 Gymnastics Visits West Virginia on Sunday
Coming off of a dominant first-place finish at its home opening Lindsey Ferris Invitational, the No. 27 George Washington gymnastics team will look to carry ...