AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Amanda Rushton competed in every meet on the vault as a sophomore...Set a career-high score of 9.850 on January 21 against Rhode Island...Her top score and second-place finish earned her EAGL Co-Specialist of the Week honors.
AS A FRESHMAN (2005)
Rushton competed early in the season on the vault, setting a career-high 9.7 against Penn State...competed in one meet but was unable to finish the season because of a foot injury.
Rushton won the Level 9 Pennsylvania state titles in the all-around, vault, beam and floor exercise...also won the all-around at the regional championships...placed second on vault, fifth on bars and fourth on beam in that regional meet...placed fourth on vault and 15th in the all-around at Nationals...competed for four years at Level 9 and one year at Level 10 for the Central Bucks Gymnastics Club under coaches Bob Schultz and Tom Ford.
Born October 25, 1985...daughter of Randy and Cindy Rushton...has one brother and one sister...an undecided major.
Career High Scores
Vault - 9.850
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