PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Seven individuals from the University of Pennsylvania gymnastics team competed in the USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championship over the weekend at Brown University.
Graham led the Quakers individual performances, with a 9.750 floor routine, earning her USAG Second-team All-American honors for floor. The Albuquerque, N.M. native also competed on vault, recording a 9.650, a season and career-high.
Woo had qualified in three events for Penn, compiling a 9.650 on vault, matching her season-high, while also scoring a 9.625 on bars, and 9.500 on beam. Tan competed on the bars and beam, scoring a season and career-high 9.675 on bars, and a 9.525 on beam.
As a senior and competing for the last time in her collegiate career, Valenti put together a very good floor routine, earning a 9.675 score, in a tightly judged event.
Rounding out Penn’s seven individual competitors were Paterson, who earned a 9.550 competing on vault, Hu with a 9.500 on beam, and Levy with a 8.975 on vault.
Penn had 10 individuals recognized at a Thursday night banquet being named USA Gymnastics Scholar Athletes. To be recognized, individuals must be a sophomore, junior, or senior, holding a cumulative grade-point average of 3.20 or higher. The gymnasts from Penn recognized were: Sara Allan, Makeda Constable, Amber Hu, Wynne Levy, Carissa Lim, Diana Moock, Elyse Shenberger, Jennifer Silver, Morgan Venuti, and Amber Woo.