She was a top US elite athlete in her competition years, and she brings years of coaching experience to the BYU. She is also the co-founder of Road to Nationals website
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In Day 1 of the Event Finals at the 2017 World Gymnastics Championships, gymnasts with NCAA ties brought home medals. On the Men's FX, OU's Yul Moldauer won the bronze. On the Women's vault, Oregon State commit Jade Carey earned a silver, just missing out on the title to Russia's Maria Paseka. On PH, former Sooner Alex Naddour finished 4th.
Florida commit Morgan Hurd was the surprise winner in Montreal at the World Championships this evening, earning the title of 2017 Women's All-Around World Champion. She edged Canada's Ellie Black, who earned an historic silver medal for her country. Russia's Elena Eremina was 3rd. Pre-meet favorite Ragan Smith, an OU commit, had to withdraw with an ankle injury suffered in warmups.
Xiao Ruoteng of China posted an 86.933 to edge teammate Lin Chaopan and claim the title of 2017 Men's World All-Around champion at the World Championships in Montreal. Kenzo Shirai of Japan was 3rd. OU's Yul Moldauer placed 7th.
Link: USA Gymnastics
OU's Yul Moldauer qualified 7th to the AA final and 3rd to the FX final at the World Championships in Montreal. Former Sooner Alex Naddour was 3rd on PH and made the final. He's also the first reserve on Rings. The USA's Donnell Whittenburg made the FX final as well.