Stephanie Stoicovy Worrell
Stephanie  Stoicovy Worrell

Last College:
George Washington '13

Assistant Coach



Gymnastics to Host Two High Performance Camps

Colonials invite gymnasts for one-day camps on July 7th and July 28th


Stoicovy Worrell and Vonk Named Southeast Region Assistant Coaches of the Year

Assistant Coach duo caps season with their second post-season honor


No. 19 Gymnastics Heads to NCAA Raleigh Regional on Saturday

Colonials look to extend season and advance to first-ever NCAA National Championship


No. 19 Gymnastics to Compete at NCAA Raleigh Regional

Colonials making fourth consecutive trip to regionals


Drouin-Allaire named EAGL Gymnast and Senior of the Year

Foster-Cunningham wins third-straight Head Coach of the Year honor; Stoicovy Worrell and Vonk named as Assistant Coaches of the Year

Former George Washington gymnastics standout Stephanie Stoicovy Worrell ('13) joined the Colonials as an assistant coach in September 2015.

Stoicovy Worrell helped guide the Colonials to the EAGL Championship in 2017 as well as the program's third consecutive trip to NCAA Regionals where the team registered a new postseason scoring record of 195.625 at the Morgantown Regional. She continued to play a key role in the development of standout gymnasts Cami Drouin-Allaire (2017 EAGL all-around and vault champion; NCAA Championship qualifier), Chelsea Raineri (NCAA Championship qualifier) and Jillian Winstanley (EAGL Scholar-Athlete of the Year).

GW returned to NCAA Regionals for the second consecutive year and 13th time in program history in 2016, where the team posted its best-ever postseason score (195.55) at the NCAA Athens Regional.

Stoicovy Worrell helped a pair of Colonials to event titles at the 2016 EAGL Championship in sophomores Jillian Winstanley (vault) and Alex Zois (co-champion, uneven bars). She also played a role in the development of sophomore Cami Drouin-Allaire, who was named the EAGL Gymnast of the Year in 2016.

A four-year letterwinner for the Colonials from 2010-13, Stoicovy Worrell was a two-time NCAA Regional qualifier as an individual performer (2012, 2013). She was also an All-East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) First Team performer on floor exercise and all-around as both a junior and senior.

In the classroom, the Erie, Pennsylvania, native was a two-time selection to the EAGL All-Academic Team and a 2013 Scholastic All-America honoree by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches for Women (NACGC/W).

Since graduating in May 2013, Stoicovy Worrell has been a coach at Lakettes Gymnastics Academy in Erie, Pennsylvania. She graduated with a degree in exercise science and has also worked at various physical therapy clinics and hospitals as a physical therapy technician.

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