"Being on this team has taught me numerous life lessons; namely, the essence of teamwork, attitude, and commitment. I was here to contribute to my team and accomplish personal and team goals. As a member of this team, I have attained my life long gymnastics career goal of competing as a collegiate gymnast."
AT GW: As a junior, competed in every meet for the Colonials on vault and bars ... was one of three individuals to represent GW at the NCAA Southeast Regional, where she placed 16th on vault ... scored a season high 9.8 on vault at the GW Invitational on 1/16/05 ... her season-high of 9.725 on bars at the Colonial Classic on 3/12/05 helped GW finish runner-up at the event and upset then-17th-ranked Kentucky ... performed in all 11 regular-season meets for the Colonials as a sophomore, primarily on bars and vault ... scored career-best 9.875 on vault, which made her GW's eighth-best performer in school history, versus Temple and Rhode Island on 3/20/04 ... notched season-high 9.750 on bars at NC State on 2/27/04 ... as a freshman, established a career high on floor of 9.825 versus William & Mary on 3/16/03 ... posted personal-best 9.800 on bars and season-high 9.700 on vault at Maryland on 3/8/03.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Competed with the International Sports Center's Gymnastics Team ... was a part of the North Carolina State Diving Champions as a junior.
PERSONAL: Born July 26, 1984 in Dallas, TX ... daughter of Paul and Cynthia Stack ... has two brothers, Conrad (23) and Preston (17), and one sister, Abby (19) ... enjoys water sports ... exercise science major ... plans to attend Physical Therapy school upon graduation.
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No. 21 Gymnastics Heads West for Winterfest Weekend at Denver
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