NC State had 12 gymnasts with grade point averages of 3.0 or higher and as a result were selected to the 2012 EAGL All-Academic Team
Junior Rachel Fincham claimed third on bars, while freshman Lane Jarred finished third on beam
Senior Jess Panza claimed first on beam, second on bars, and third on floor
NC State will host William & Mary on Friday
2011: Made 11 appearances on beam and one on floor... Scored a season-high 9.75 at Pitt... Highest finish of the year came with a fifth against West Virginia... Contributed a 9.575 beam score at the NCAA Southeast Regional.
2010: Competed on beam at 11 of 13 meets, and floor exercise in two meets as a sophomore ... Scored a second-place finish, her best of the year, against Pittsburgh with a 9.75 ... Posted a season-high 9.775 at the Sweetheart Invitational to finish sixth ... Enjoyed three more finishes of sixth or better, finishing fourth at the Metroplex Challenge, fifth at West Virginia, and sixth against Rutgers.
2009: Made an immediate impact by competing in every meet on beam and eight meets on bars ... EAGL first team all-tournament selection on bars ... Fifth on the team in NCAA RQS on both bars and beam ... Posted a career-best 9.825 on bars at the EAGL Championships ... Posted a best score of 9.750 twice on beam ... Named to the EAGL All-Academic team ... ACC Honor Roll.
Prep: Attended Wesleyan Academy High School ... Competed on the club level at High Point Gymnastics Academy under Buddy Thorburn and Rob Travers ... Level 9 national qualifier in 2004 ... Five-time regional qualifier.
Personal: Majoring in animal sciences.