"Being a member of the GW Gymnastics team has enhanced my ability to succeed in the future. Each and every experience here at GW guides me in the direction towards a successful future. The competitiveness on our team has prepared me to stand up for what I believe in. GW has prepared me to overcome any obstacle that may come my way. I have gained a sense of confidence, control, and responsibility over the past years. This team's cohesiveness and chemistry demonstrates what it means to be an individual working towards a common goal. The GW Gymnastics team has taught me that a task may be simple, but not easy, and when approached with a positive outlook, any task at hand can be tackled. As a result of being a part of such a great team and university, I am convinced that GW has prepared me for a successful future. "
As a Junior in 2008: Performed in every meet of the season and was a steady contributor on bars, beam and floor...Recorded a season-high 9.725 at the 2008 EAGL Championships (3/29) on bars...Top scores on beam was a 9.725 earned at Penn State (3/1)...Recorded seven routines of 9.650 or better throughout the season.
As a Sophomore in 2007: Performed in just the first three meets of the season as a sophomore due to injury ... matched her career high on bars with a 9.75 at Texas Woman's University on 1/27.
As a Freshman in 2006 - Kicked off a successful freshman campaign at the GW Invitational on 1/12/06, performing on bar, beam and floor ... competed on bars in all thirteen meets recording a season high 9.750 at home versus Towson on 3/1 ... performed on beam at twelve meets recording a 9.725 at North Carolina State on 3/17 ... also recorded a season high 9.7 on floor at Maryland on 3/7. Named EAGL Rookie of the Week on 1/31.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-time national and regional qualifier ... won the all-around at The Heather Hope Invitational as a senior ... as a junior, placed fourth on beam at Nationals ... in the classroom, member of the National Honor Society and Business Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born Bree Amber Plotsker in Manhasset, NY ... daughter of David and Leslie Plotsker ... has an older sister, Lacey, and a younger brother, Hunter ...serves as secretary of the Exercise Science Society and a mentor in the Athlete Mentor program ... enjoys shopping, working out, kickboxing, and travel ... exercise science major.
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