DURHAM, N.H.--Jenni Lymanstall was recently named assistant women's gymnastics coach at the University of New Hampshire. The announcement was made by head women's gymnastics coach Gail Goodspeed.
Lymanstall is a 2005 graduate from The Ohio State University with a Bachelors of Science in Human Ecology She continues her education and is a candidate for a Masters of Science in Athletic Administration at James Madison University.
Lymanstall was a four-year letterwinner for the Ohio State Buckeyes. She was a prevalent leader in the weight room and was a two-time recipient of Strength & Conditioning’s honor of Buckeye Power Club Award winner.
Academically, Lymanstall received an honor of Athletic Council Achievement Award Winner for outstanding character leading to success in the classroom.
Prior to her arrival in Durham, Lymanstall was the Assistant Coach at James Madison University for two years. During her time at JMU, she earned the honor of 2007 Assistant Coach of Year in the Eastern College Athletic Conference. She has gained coaching experience at her alma mater’s summer camp; as well as, enjoyed the past three summers at Flip Fest gymnastics camp in Crossville, Tennessee with Olympian John Macready and three-time Olympian John Roethlisberger. She is originally from Defiance, Ohio.
"Jenni brings a great deal of energy, enthusiasm, and gymnastics’ knowledge to our program. Her participation as a high level collegiate athlete gives her in site into what it takes to be successful at a Division I level,' said Goodspeed. "She has performed many of the skills that our gymnasts are training and can share her own experiences with the student-athlete. We are excited to have Jenni join our staff and look forward to her coaching with her.”