Bama has announced the hiring of Ryan Roberts as an assistant. He comes to the Tide from WOGA, where he spent the last five years. He also served as a Head Coach in Norway, including as head coach for the Norwegian National Team. He is a former NCAA athlete at New Mexico and Massachusetts.
Anna Haigis from Queen City Gymnastics has committed to Kentucky. She qualified to regionals in 2017. In 2018, she qualified to the L10 JO Nationals after placing 5th AA, 3rd on BB and 3rd on FX at the Region V L10 Regionals.
Bella Romagnano from Buckeye Gymnastics has committed to PSU and she will graduate early to join the team in 2019. She qualified to regionals in 2017. This season she competed two events in her state meet.
Maryland secured two commits for the 2019-20 season:
Julianna Weil competes for Everest Gymnastics. She finished 2nd on vault at her state and regional meets. Her 4th place AA finish at regionals qualified her to JOs.
Emma Silberman competes for Central Bucks Gymnastics. This season she placed 5th AA at her state meet and 10th AA at regionals.
With summer on the horizon and the end of the academic year fast approaching, high school prospects have every opportunity to get a well-deserved breather. Taking time to relax a little after a demanding school year and a rigorous training schedule creates “new life.” The summer offers prospective student-athletes a chance to organize and utilize specific recruiting tactics to grow awareness and momentum in your college recruiting effort. The prospect that looks at the next 100 days as an opportunity to maximize the college recruiting process will be positioned well.
A few future NCAAers were in action at the preliminary session of the Women's High Performance (elite) category at the Canadian Championships. Star Ellie Black leads the field by a large margin, posting a 55.409 AA.