"Being a part of this team is the best opportunity I could have ever been given. My teammates are my best friends and my coaches are great mentors. My team has pushed me to my limits, has taught me what it really means to be dedicated, and has shown me how to persevere. All of these values will undoubtedly help me in my future aspirations."
AT GW: Earned second-team All-EAGL accolades on uneven bars as a junior ... competed in every meet on bars and beam for the Colonials ... had season highs of 9.8 on both bars and beam versus Rhode Island on 3/20/05 and Towson on 3/17/05, respectively ... scored a 9.75 on both bars and beam to help GW place fifth overall at its first EAGL Championships ... as a sophomore, competed in seven meets for GW on vault, bars and beam ... posted season-high 9.825 on bars versus Temple and Rhode Island on 3/20/04 to help Colonials post the top team score in their season finale ... recorded season-best 9.775 on beam at Kentucky with Auburn on 1/30/04 ... performed on bars and beam as a freshman ... set a career high and tied for fifth place all-time with a 9.875 on bars against William & Mary on 3/16/03 ... set a personal best with a 9.850 on beam, which ranks T-18th all-time, at West Virginia on 2/23/03 ... finished first on bars at the GW Invitationl on 1/16/03 and at the UNH Fox Run Invitational on 2/15/03 with respective scores of 9.850 ... was the Colonials' top performer on bars at five meets.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Ohio Level 10 uneven bar champion ... two-time regional qualifier 2001/2002 ... National Honor Society member ... 2002 U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award Winner.
PERSONAL: Born June 8, 1984 in Ravenna, OH ... daughter of Paul and Bonnie Jones ... has one brother, P.J. (24), and one sister, a Freshmen on the team, Cammie (18) ... enjoys singing and dancing ... interested in attending law school upon graduation ... political communication major.
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Drouin-Allaire named EAGL Gymnast and Senior of the Year
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