Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall
Four Gymnasts Head to NCAA Regionals while Baseball, Lacrosse, Softball, Women's Water Polo and Men's and Women's Tennis All Hit the Road
Stoicovy, Blount, Kenney & Corcoran to Represent GW Gymnastics on National Stage
Four Gymnasts Garner All-EAGL Honors
Colonials Boast Third-Most All-Academic Performers in Conference
"Being a GW gymnast has made a significant impact on my life and shaped me into the person I am today. In the past three years, I have grown into a better person and leader. I have the ability to apply the attributes I have gained into my future and become successful. My teammates are my family, and I am thankful everyday that I am a part of a first class experience."
2011 as a junior: Performed in all 11 meets ... led team with a 9.800 on the vault against Maryland (3/11) ... finshed third on team with a career-high 9.800 on the floor exercise at EAGL Championships (3/19) ... scored 9.700 or better on 11 routines ... finished second on team with 9.725 on the floor exercise against William & Mary (2/13) ... tied career-high score with 9.725 on the floor exercise at West Virginia Quad Meet (2/20) and against NC State (2/27).
2010 as a sophomore: Performed in all 13 regular season meets ... set career high of 9.725 on uneven bars against Towson (3/17), best team performance in event for the season ... recorded 12 routines of 9.700 or better ... scored team-high 9.675 on bars at EAGL Championship ... named to EAGL Second Team All-Tournament for All-Around ... led team with 9.600 on bars against Kentucky (3/12) ... also paced team with 9.675 on vault against Maryland (2/21) ... also led team with 9.700 on vault against Towson(2/26) and 9.600 on bars against Kentucky (3/12) ... finished season ranked 13th in EAGL in All-Around, with an average of 37.659.
2009 as a freshman: Named Second-team All-EAGL in the All-Around...Competed in all 12 meets in the 2009 season, including the EAGL Championships and the Southeast Regional....Recorded a career-high 39.00 in the all-around and 9.750 on beam at Ohio State (3/7) Scored a career-high 9.850 on vault vs. William and Mary (2/22)...Registered a career-high 9.675 on uneven bars at West Virginia (1/31)...Tallied 13 routines of 9.700 or better... Named to the 2009 All-EAGL Academic team.
Career Highs: Vault: 9.850, Bars: 9.725, Beam: 9.750, Floor: 9.800, AA: 39.00
High School/Club: Competed for the Woodlands Gymnastics Academy (WGA) Texas for 13 years.... A three-time Junior Olympic National qualifier...Region 3 Champion on the floor exercise in 2008...Finished second in the all-around... Finished second on vault and third on both the bars and beam...State Champion on the balance beam in 2006.
Personal: Born Amanda Elizabeth Murphy in Arlington, TX...daughter of Brady and Susan Murphy... has a younger brother, Colin (14)...interior design major....aspires to become an interior designer.
2017 Gymnastics Season Outlook
Colonials aiming to Raise High more than ever before in new season
Gymnastics Ranked No. 25 in NACGC/W Preseason Coaches Poll
Colonials earn highest preseason national ranking in program history
No. 25 Gymnastics Set for Season Opener at Little Boston Invitational
Colonials and Yale to kick off 2017 season on Saturday night
No. 10 Gymnastics to Host Lindsey Ferris Invitational on Saturday
Colonials open home schedule against UNC, Cornell and Penn
Gymnastics Picked Second in EAGL Preseason Poll
BALTIMORE - The George Washington gymnastics team, coming off its second consecutive NCAA Regionals appearance, was picked to finish second in the 2017 East ...
Gymnastics Locker Room Reveal
The GW Gymnastics team saw its fully-renovated locker room inside the Charles E. Smith Center for the first time on October 31.
@GWGymnastics Adds Ralph Rosso to Coaching Staff
Former Arizona State Assistant Coach Joins Colonials
@GWGymnastics Reveals 2017 Schedule
Four Home Meets and Seven Postseason Teams from Last Year to Challenge Colonials