"Being at GW has really driven me to the limits through these past four years whether it is though school, gymnastics, friends or a combination of the three. I know in the end that it is the best for me to learn through determination and perseverance to be the best I can be and accomplish what I set out to do. As well as, coming to love being independent and living in this city. Know when I leave here I will be prepared to take on any task that comes my way."
At GW: Performed in eleven meets for the Colonials on bars, including the EAGL Championships ... also performed on vault and the floor exercise in eight of the eleven meets including the EAGL's where she posted a 9.675 and a season high 9.800 respectively ... posted a season high 9.775 at West Virginia on 2/05/06 ... Competed in eight meets for the Colonials on bars, including the EAGL Championships ... scored her season high of 9.775 on bars at the conference championships on 3/25/05 ... had a season-high 9.75 on vault at Kentucky on 2/4/05 ... posted a season-best mark of 9.65 on floor at the season-opening Cancun Classic on 1/7/05 ... earned valuable experience for the Colonials performing well in all 11 meets during her freshman campaign ... scored 9.850 on bars at Towson with William & Mary on 3/10/04 ... that performance ranks tied for eighth-best in school history ... also recorded season-high 9.825 on vault and 9.825 on floor at Towson ... placed her name in the record books with a 9.875 on floor exercise, which ranks T-15th all-time, versus Air Force on 3/14/04.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Competed for Richardson Gymnastics ... won the state bar championship as a senior ... scored a 10.0 on bars ... won the national championship on bars ... was the district all-around champion ... 2002 and 2003 Junior Olympic national qualifier ... competed for Team Texas at the National Competition for High School.
PERSONAL: Born on November 10, 1984 in Richardson, TX ... daughter of Todd and Karen Parrack ... has one sister, McKenzie, a junior on the team, and two brothers, Jake and Max ... exercise science major.
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