Seniors will lead Ohio State squad in 2018
Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics
AS A JUNIOR (2017)
Saw time in all 12 meets, primarily on balance beam, floor exercise and uneven bars … posted a career-best 9.875 on floor exercise to finish third against West Virginia while earning a career-high 9.800 on uneven bars at Penn State … tied for third with a team-best 9.850 on balance beam in quad meet against Michigan, Washington and Kent State … posted a 9.825 to tie for third on balance beam at Minnesota … took first on balance beam against Rutgers and West Virginia with a 9.850 … earned a team-high 9.850 on beam against Denver and at the NCAA Champaign Regional.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
Competed in all 12 meets … earned “O” achievement award as team MVP … won the balance beam title with a 9.825 while tying for third on floor exercise with a 9.775 in season-opener at Washington … finished third in the all-around with a 39.075 at Michigan … tallied a 9.800 on beam and a 9.850 on floor exercise to finish second and tie for third, respectively, against the Wolverines … tied for second with a 9.850 on floor exercise at Iowa … tied for the beam title with a 9.900 while finishing second with a 9.850 on floor exercise at Minnesota … won the all-around with a 39.175 in tri-meet at Rutgers with Yale … tied for first with a 9.775 on vault while placing third in the all-around with another 39.175 against Penn State … took first with a 39.175 in the all-around and a 9.850 on vault at Boise State … posted a career-high 39.300, also a team season high, to take the all-around title in a tri-meet against Eastern Michigan and Pittsburgh … posted first-place finishes with a 9.875 score on balance beam and floor exercise in that meet.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015)
Competed in 13 meets, including five times in the all-around … earned “O” achievement award as team MVP … tied for second with a 9.775 on balance beam at Pittsburgh … tied for second with a 9.825 on beam and tied for third with a 9.850 on vault against Iowa … tied for second with a 9.825 on vault at Minnesota … tied for the event title with a 9.850 on vault at Bowling Green … finished third with a 9.800 on vault vs. Rutgers … tied for third with a 9.850 on floor exercise vs. Boise State … competed for the first time in the all-around against Southeast Missouri State, finishing third with a 38.975 … finished second on vault with a 9.825 against SEMO while placing third with a 9.850 on floor exercise and tying for third with a 9.775 on balance beam … finished second in the all-around with a career-best 39.300 in a tri-meet with Denver and Air Force … also tied for third on balance beam with a 9.875 in that tri-meet … tied for second with a career-best 9.900 on balance beam at the Big Ten Five-Team Meet … tied career-high 39.300 in the all-around while posting a career-best 9.900 on vault at the Big Ten Championships … qualified for the NCAA Championships with a 39.250 fourth-place finish at the NCAA Columbus Regional … finished 27th nationally with a 39.000 in the all-around at the NCAA Championships.
PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
Trained by her mother at World Class Gymnastics … 2014 Junior Olympic national champion after taking the all-around title with a 38.475 … also finished second on vault, uneven bars and balance beam … the 2013 regional bar champion and finished fourth in the all-around to secure a spot at the JO National Championships.
Daughter of Rex and Tami Harrison … has two brothers, Rex and Tristan.