GYMNASTICS SIGNS THREE TO NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT
DURHAM, N.H.--- The University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team has announced that three outstanding student-athletes have signed letters of intent to attend UNH in the Fall.
    Alison Carr from Chelmsford, Mass. competed and trained at Gymnastics Village in Amherst, NH. She is a former elite and level 10 athlete with national experience. She was a level 10 state all-around champion, and competed at the US Classic as a junior international elite athlete. In 2002, she was the US Challenge national elite uneven bar champion and also placed 2nd in the all-around. The coaching staff at UNH looks forward to working with her and having her competitive experience and skill level in the gym.
    “Alison is a hard working student athlete with a 4.0 GPA and a strong desire to succeed. She will be able to make an immediate impact on our squad. Ali does not have a weak event and will contend for an all-around spot next year.”
    Danielle Reibold from Horsham, Penn. is another exceptional student-athlete with great academic credentials and a solid gymnastics history. Danielle is a level 10 athlete from the Ricochets Gymnastics Club in Hatboro, PA. Danielle was a Pennsylvania state all-around champion and also won the Region 7 all-around and balance beam titles on her way to the National Championship meet in 2007.
    “Danielle is a consistent gymnast with great execution and difficulty. She excels on bars and beam, and is very strong on floor.”
    Tasia Percevecz rounds out the recruited class as a 4.0 GPA extraordinary student-athlete. Tasia is from Scottsdale, Arizona and trains with the Desert Devils Gymnastics Club. Although she was injured last year, she is making a great comeback and will be competing as a level 10 again this year. Tasia has qualified for the National Championship meet every year since 2004 and is a past level 10 Arizona state all-around champion. She has an outstanding gymnastics background and performs a number of high-level skills on each event.
    “Tasia has worked extremely hard to become a top tier collegiate student athlete. Her training and experience will add to an already talented, motivated group of athletes at UNH. She is a born leader and we can’t wait to have her on campus.”
    This group of student-athletes will join a solid and experienced core of gymnasts who hope to continue to climb the national ranks of collegiate gymnastics. Each of these recruits brings experience and talent that will enable them to raise the bar on a daily basis in the gym.
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