My Videos. Scores By Season; Top Scores. Meet, Team, Level Division, AA . WOGA Classic - Elite Optional, Rebound Gymnastics, H , 2. back; Getting Mentally Tough · Rebounding from Injuries · Parents/Coaches Guides COACH'S OFFICE – “What you can do to get your athletes back on track.” My times in practice are so much faster than my meet times. .. batting average, scoring title or overcoming a fear of a round off, back handspring, back tuck. back; Getting Mentally Tough · Rebounding from Injuries · Parents/Coaches Guides COACH'S OFFICE – “What you can do to get your athletes back on track.” My times in practice are so much faster than my meet times. .. batting average, scoring title or overcoming a fear of a round off, back handspring, back tuck.
U.S. Classic – 7 Things We Learned
As a new senior, Bross botched bars at Classic and again on the second day of nationals which dropped her down to 3rd overall after being 1st on day one. The young one who stuck around for the new quad and is now the veteran? Along with Carey, Smith was the big winner at this Classic, showing up looking polished and aggressively prepared even at this early point in the season, with upgrades on both bars and beam that were good enough to win both apparatuses.
Smith winning beam is no surprise the only surprise was… Bars is the more interesting development because Smith brought a 6. Other than Olivia Courtney in It proves that Shchennikova is more than a bars specialist, that she is a useful team gymnast who can record a very competitive all-around score. Bars remains her best event, of course, and she showed a very competitive 6. Hurd had one major struggle on beam but also managed to hit this time, so it counts as a win.
If she carries through what she did on beam and floor at this meet to the other two events at nationals, she can get a 56 and challenge for the podium. The Amanar looked solid enough and garnered the highest vault score of the day that alone keeps her in conversationsand she managed to get through bars, which is not her event.
No. 4 Sooners Win Quad Meet, Score a - The Official Site of Oklahoma Sooner Sports
Chiles was going for 5. Controlled, elegant, and well-executed. She should be in the AA picture come nationals. It may just be an issue of not having the D through four pieces. Also to make a cartoon movie of my life using my art.Katie Scores 38.30 All Around - Gymnastics Meet #9 - Coral Girls - Flippin' Katie
Name one fun fact about yourself: I am from Ethiopia. She always got to go run five miles with my dad to train and I wanted to go, but my dad never let me because I was his girly girl. Now, my experience up to this level took a lot of hard work and ran with heart to get to where I'm at today. During this upcoming cross country and track season, Delia DeLeon will be one to watch.
My coach and dad still see a lot of potential in me and believe I can get faster and that motivates me. If so, describe that about yourself either on or off the team. I do congratulate my teammates, tell them great job, cheer for them, tag along to any school activities with them, and it is super fun. You have to be willing to put in the hard work and support your teammates if you want to improve or help others improve.
Supporting your teammates is really important and can help boost their confidence. Take practice seriously and push each other, but also have fun and joke around a little and get to know each other. I took my coach Blas Guerra's advice and worked more on running on the balls of my feet instead of running from heel to toe and it was a challenge because I wasn't used to running that way.
The coaches took a real interest in my goals academically and athletically. They made Walla Walla feel like a home away from home. Playing at this level has allowed me to be a part of such a diverse and talented team. We all came into a new program not knowing much about each other. Over the years, we have bonded and grown into a successful team that has great comradery on and off the court. I have met some lifelong friends by playing at this level.
We are completely opposite of each other because she is free-spirited and I'm very uptight. She reminds me to enjoy each moment, have fun, and laugh.
OU Dominates West Virginia, - The Official Site of Oklahoma Sooner Sports
I apply that to basketball by appreciating each moment I have with my teammates and coaches because moments fly by when you're having fun. I have teammates who have different skill sets than I do and I feel that being a leader means constantly evaluating yourself and learning what you can from others. I am a leader because I surround myself with people who build me up and vice versa. As a leader I am always a student of the game. Balancing school and sports gets to be a bit crazy at times, but if you learn to cherish your time and use it wisely, it will benefit you in the long run.
Personally, I have always had a difficult time seeing the bigger picture. With that I was told to "buy in" to whatever I am doing at that very moment. I can be very hard on myself at times and I have had to learn to change my mentality throughout the years in order to continue to grow as an athlete and as a person. Fighting fire gives me a similar thrill to that of playing in a basketball game and keeps me in shape as well. I have always had a passion for helping others and there are so many pathways in health sciences because it is a constantly growing field.
Some of the other students didn't know my name, but recognized me as the "Oreo girl" for the first few weeks of school after that.
Pearce originally chose SWOCC because he loved the atmosphere and felt like it was the right place to be. The atmosphere is different, how we play, go about things, school, etc. It is a collegiate players dream to make it there and we were fortunate enough to not only make it there but to win the whole thing.