"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.
No. 21 Gymnastics Finishes Third in Season Opener
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Gymnastics Adds Rachel Kaplan
George Washington gymnastics' head coach Margie Foster-Cunningham has announced the addition of Rachel Kaplan to the Colonials' roster for the 2018 season.
2018 Season Tickets On Sale
It's almost time to get back to the mat! 2018 Season Tickets are NOW ON SALE! Visit http://getgwtix.com to purchase yours today!
Gymnastics Inks Four to NLIs
George Washington gymnastics’ head coach Margie Foster-Cunningham has announced that four student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to...
Gymnastics Takes to the U.S. Capitol for Annual Photo Shoot
The George Washington gymnastics team made the short trip to the U.S. Capitol on Friday morning for its annual photo shoot with former GW diving coach and...
Gymnastics Cracks Top 15 in 2018 Returning Routine Rankings
The Balance Beam Situation, a popular gymnastics blog, has named the George Washington gymnastics squad a Top 15 program in their 2018 returning routine...