"Being a part of the GW Gymnastics team has already and will continue to be a key factor in my future success. Being an athlete teaches so many life skills, from discipline to integrity, and leadership to perseverance. Having these attributes and the experience of being a student-athlete really sets you apart from the pack."
AT GW: 2007 - Named second team all-conference on both the vault and bars after posting above a 9.6 average on both events for the season ... set a career high 9.900 on the vault vs James Madison on 2/26, which tied her for second on GW's all-time vault record list ... registered a 9.625 or better on vault in nine of eleven meets ... posted at least a 9.7 or better in all three of her events in one meet a team-high three times ... named EAGL Specialist of the Week on 3/20 after posting a 9.825 on vault, 9.7 on bars, and a 9.75 on the floor in a second place finish vs. Ohio State and Rhode Island ... recorded a career high 9.80 on the bars at the EAGL Championships on 3/30. 2006 - Performed in all thirteen meets for the Colonials on bars ... made her collegiate debut at the GW Invitational with a 9.675 on bars ... recorded a career and season high at the Shelli Calloway memorial Invitational at Towson on 2/18/06 with a 9.775 on bars ... also competed on floor at home versus California and North Carolina State on 3/12/06. 2005 - Did not compete in a meet for the Colonials as a freshman in 2005.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Competed for Richardson Gymnastics ... earned Elite All-America accolades all four years ... 2004 Junior Olympic Level 10 National Qualifier ... finished runner-up on bars and fourth all-around at 2004 Level 10 Regionals ... led Richardson to state, regional and district championships as a senior, while also finishing second on bars at High School Nationals ... placed first on bars and runner-up on floor at Texas State Championships ... also helped Richardson capture regional and district titles her sophomore and junior seasons ... in the classroom, member of the National Honor Society, French National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Math National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born McKenzie Anne Parrack on August 19, 1986 in Plano, TX ... daughter of Todd and Karen Parrack ... has an older sister, Maggie, a former GW gymnast, and two brothers, Jake and Max ... went to the same high school as pop singer, Jessica Simpson, and former GW gymnast, Devin McCalla ... 2007-08 Student-Athlete Advisory Council President ... enjoys crossword puzzles, minesweeper, running, outdoors, and beach volleyball ... international affairs major.
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