"Being a member of the George Washington University Gymnastics team and being a student at this university has allowed me to experience and learn all that it takes to be a successful person. On the GW Gymnastics team we learn that nothing in life is handed to us. If we want to accomplish a certain goal, it is within us to approach it with a positive attitude and put forth all the hard work necessary to persevere through obstacles towards achievement. As a member of this team I have learned that individual commitment to a group effort is what drives a team's ability to succeed. I have learned to direct my individual abilities towards common goals. I am fortunate to have been able to be a member of the GW Gymnastics team over the past four years. Through the lessons that I have learned here and the experiences I have been apart of I am confident in my ability to succeed in the future and take on any challenge that comes my way. "
As a Junior in 2008 - Competed in every meet on vault after just two appearances in the previous two years...Recorded a season-high 9.800 twice at Penn State (3/1) and vs. Towson (3/18)...Recorded six scores of 9.700 on vault throughout the season.
As a Sophomore in 2007 - Competed in two meets after missing the 2006 season ... made her collegiate debut at home on 1/21 with a 8.875 on vault ... made the second appearance of her career at home on 2/26 and recorded a 9.325 on bars.
As a Freshman in 2006 - Did not perform in a meet for the Colonials as a freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Competed for Chantilly High under coach Anne Foster ... three-time regional qualifier and two-time third-place Level 10 finisher at the Virginia State Championships ... as a sophomore, captured the USAG Level 10 Virginia State individual title and also helped lead her squad to the team championship ... was also a national qualifier that year and placed ninth on floor and 11th in the all-around at the National meet.
PERSONAL: Born Erin Elizabeth Quigg in Arlington, VA ... daughter of Paul and Maria Quigg ... has an older sister, Katherine, an older brother, Tripp, and a younger brother, Michael ... serves as the PR/Promotions Officer of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council ... enjoys cooking, arts & crafts, knitting, and traveling ... international affairs major.
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