"Being a student-athlete at GW has provided me with an extraordinary experience. I now know that with hard work, dedication, and most importantly a positive attitude, you can accomplish beyond imaginable feats. You must see challenges as opportunities and be prepared to seize whatever prospect comes your way. I know that the indispensable lessons that I have learned while at GW will allow me succeed in whatever pathway I choose to take in life. Having a united and dedicated team provides an incomparable experience. I am lucky that I have been able to come across this with the GW Gymnastics team. Teammates become family and there is an undeniable bond. Having people who support you and work with you to accomplish a common goal builds excitement and energy. When individuals come together bringing their strengths to create a team, the power of a team is infinite."
As a Junior in 2009 - Did not perform in any meets for the Colonials... Named team captain along with senior Megan Quinn for the 2010 season.
As a Sophomore in 2008 - Competed in all 12 meets on beam and also posted scores in two meets on vault and two meets on floor...Registered a season-high 9.725 on beam against Kent State (2/8)...Scored a 9.650 or higher on six meets throughout the season.
As a Freshman in 2007 - Competed in 11 meets on the beam and posting a team-high 9.507 season average on the event ... registered a season-best 9.75 at home vs. Ohio State and Rhode Island on 3/18 ... recorded a 9.625 or better on the event in six meets.
High School/Club: Four-time Junior Olympic National qualifier and All-American ... her High School team, under coach Jamie Winkler was ranked number 1 and undefeated the past four years ... member of the National Honor Society, Math Honor Society and Social Studies Honor Society.
Personal: Born Lindsay Rae Tom in Congers, NY ... daughter of Peter and Rebecca Tom, has two older sisters, Kristin and Alyssa, as well as two younger brothers, Brendan and Joel ... member of the Athlete Mentor Program ...undecided on major.
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n the return to the site of their historic 2017 NCAA Regionals appearance, the George Washington gymnastics team found success once again in Morgantown when ...
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