Alyssa Adrian named Pitt Athlete of the Week
Alyssa Adrian just misses on trip to NCAA Championship meet
Pitt has a stand out week from its athletic programs
Panthers finish third with a 194.875
Pitt to compete on Saturday at 2 p.m.
AS A JUNIOR (2012)
Competed at 2012 EAGL Championship where she was named to the All-EAGL Tournament second team on the uneven bars with a 9.775...named to EAGL All-Academic Team, her second year receiving the honor...posted a season and career high score (tied) of 9.825 on bars against Michigan State and again at Kentucky, also with No. 15-ranked Auburn...ranked 22 regionally in the event prior to NCAA Regional meets.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
Qualified to NCAA Regional Championships on Uneven Bars...2011 EAGL Second-Team member on uneven bars...member of 2011 EAGL All-Academic Team...NACGC/W All-American Scholar Athlete...had three top-three finishes on bars in 2011 including a win on bars for the first time as a Panther against Maryland (2/12)...set career-high of 9.825 on Uneven Bars against Maryland (2/12) and tied it in a tri-meet against Missouri and Ohio State (3/12)...shared team's season high UB score (9.825) with Varela...set career-high of 9.8 on floor at 2011 EAGL Championships.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Did not compete due to injury.
Member of Superior Gymnastics under the direction of Andrey Ageer and Krystal Kramer...competed five years at Level 10...eight-time regional qualifier...2009 Junior Olympic National qualifier... two-time regional bar champion...Adrian was the 2009 Level 10 bar and all-around state champion... 2008 Level 10 bar state champion and placed 2nd all-around...member of the honor roll.
Born August 14, 1991...daughter of Bob and Andra Adrian...has two brothers, Zach and Bryan.
CAREER HIGH SCORES
Uneven Bars - 9.825
Floor Exercise- 9.8
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