AS A JUNIOR (2006)
Jessica Garber was named EAGL Specialist of the Week on January 21 after setting a career-high 9.725 on the balance beam...tied for eighth on the floor exercise at the EAGL Championships with a 9.800...placed second on the floor exercise on February 4 against Rutgers and third on January 21 at New Hampshire...qualified for the floor event finals at the Missouri Cat Classic...had the second-highest RQS on the floor for Pitt with a 9.760...named to the EAGL All-Academic Team for the second time.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005)
Garber contributed to the Panthers with her performances on the floor exercise...placed third on the floor exercise with a 9.800 in a quad meet with SUNY-Brockport, Rutgers and Brown...placed on the floor exercise with a 9.700 against New Hampshire...named to the EAGL All-Academic team.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004)
Garber competed in seven meets for the Panthers on the floor exercise as a freshman...averaged 9.689 points per routine and finished her season with a high of 9.85 at the EAGL Championships held at the Petersen Events Center.
Garber was a junior national qualifier in 2000...a states and regional qualifier every year as a Level 10 gymnast...the Level 10 floor state champion in Pennsylvania...trained at Prestige Gymnastics Academy for 13 years under coaches Tony and Jen Fatta and Kevin Pope.
Born February 13, 1985...daughter of David Garber and Tina Erb...has one brother and a twin sister, Juliet, who also attends the University of Pittsburgh...a communications major.
Career High Scores:
Balance Beam: 9.725
Floor Exercise: 9.850
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