Four-year standout and two-year co-captain ... finished career as the tenth-leading scorer in school history with 1,638.75 points ... helped Tigers win four straight ECAC championships ... set school record by winning 17 balance beam titles in career ... two-event gymnast due to by ankle injury ... very solid and consistent gymnast ... product of Mid-Island Gymnastics Club on Long Island, the same club program that sent Jenn Baierlein to Towson.
2010 SEASON: Honored as ECAC Specialist of the Year ... also honored as ECAC Scholar-Athlete for gymnastics ... named first team All-ECAC on bars and balance beam ... averaged 9.696 on bars ... also averaged 9.55 on beam ... honored as ECAC Specialist of the Week three times.
2009 SEASON: Competed on bars in all 13 meets for the Tigers ... competed on floor in six meets ... averaged 9.69 on bars and balance beam ... finished first on bars in nine of 12 regular season meets ... won balance beam four times ... double winner in two meets ... won bars (9.775) and beam (9.80) at Cornell, leading Tigers to win ... also won bars (9.825) and beam (9.80) in Tigers' home finale (9.80) ... won bars competition in four straight meets from Feb. 14 to Marhch 7 ... finished first on beam (9.775) in season-opening win at Brown ... led Tigers to win at Ursinus with first place finish on bars (9.675) ... earned a first place finish on bars (9.85) in win at Temple ... helped Tigers to double win at Pennsylvania with a first place finish on bars (9.85) ... had finest meet of season while helping Tigers win Shelli Calloway Invitational ... competed on three events and finished first on bars (9.80) while taking third place on beam (9.75) and floor (9.80) ... took first place on bars at William & Mary ... also won bars (9.725) in victory over Yale ... tied for first on beam (9.775) at George Washington ... helped Tigers win fifth straight ECAC championship by earning first team All-ECAC honors on bars and beam ... won ECAC bars title (9.775) and finished third on beam (9.80) ... qualified for NCAA Southeast Regional Meet in two events ... earned a 9.625 on bars and a 9.575 on beam.
2008 SEASON: Competed on bars and beam in all 13 meets for the Tigers ... was an all-arounder in four meets ... led Tigers with a 9.65 average on uneven bars ... won bars competition in four meets ... averaged 9.50 on beam and finished first in four meets ... earned a career high 9.875 on beam at USA Gymnastics National Championship Meet ... earned first team All-ECAC honors by finishing fourth on bars (9.775) at ECAC Meet, helping Tigers win title ... finished seventh in all-around (38.20) at ECAC Meet to earn second team All-ECAC notice ... took first place on beam (9.80) in win at Pennsylvania ... helped the Tigers to a double win over Ursinus and Temple by taking first on bars (9.775) ... tied for first on beam (9.80) at Cornell Big Red Invitational ... tied for first on bars (9.80) at Shelli Calloway Invitational ... led Tigers to a win over Rutgers by winning three events ... finished first on bars (9.825), beam (9.80) and floor (9.725) at Rutgers ... tied for first on floor with career high 9.85 at William & Mary ... helped Tigers to win at George Washington by taking second on beam (9.85) and third in all-around (38.875).
2007 SEASON: Competed as an all-around in all 14 meets ... set Towson record for points scored in a single season with 613.675 points ... finished first on balance beam five times ... took first on bars twice ... had four first place finishes on floor ... captured five all-around titles and finished second three times ... averaged 9.66 on bars and 9.60 on floor ... named as ECAC Rookie of the Week twice ... helped Tigers win third straight ECAC championship by earning first team All-ECAC honors on bars, beam, floor and all-around ... ECAC runner-up on floor with 9.825 score and tied for second on balance beam with 9.80 score ... tied for fourth place on bars at ECAC Meet with a 9.625 score ... finished fifth in the all-around (38.10) at ECAC Meet ... qualified for NCAA Southeast regional meet as an individual all-arounder ... placed 14th at NCAA Regional on bars (9.75) and 19th in the all-around (37.80) ... helped Tigers win USA Gymnastics National Collegiate championship with a career high 39.025 all-around score ... finished fourth in vault (9.80) and eighth on bars (9.725) at USA Meet ... also finished third on beam (9.725) and tied for sixth on floor (9.775) at USA Meet ... led Tigers to Ursinus Invitational title by winning bars (9.65) and beam (9.75) ... took first place in all-around (38.90) to lead Tigers to a double win at Penn ... also finished first on beam (9.775) and tied for second on vault (9.75) at Penn ... led Tigers to first place finish at Cornell Big Red Invitational by winning the all-around (38.475) and floor (9.775) ... won all-around (38.925) title at Shelli Calloway Invitational, leading Tigers to title ... tied for first on beam (9.725) and floor (9.825) at Calloway Invitational ... took second in all-around (38.45) in Tigers' double win over James Madison and William & Mary while tying for first on beam (9.775) ... led Tigers to win at William & Mary by winning the all-around (37.80) and floor (9.75) ... earned 38.975 all-around score and finished first, leading Tigers to double win over Yale and Rutgers ... also took first on bars (9.825) and beam (9.80) ... was second in all-around (38.225) and tied for first on floor (9.75) in win at James Madison ... was fourth on bars (9.80) and fifth in all-around (38.45) at North Carolina.
BACKGROUND: Competed for Coaches Donna Schaefer and Vladamir Sofronov at Mid-Island Club ... also competed for Holy Trinity High School team ... helped the Lady Titans win four CHSFL championships in a row ... set four school records ... won conference all-around championship three times ... named first team All-CHSFL three times ... competed for Coaches Joel Schaeffer and Kathy Mundy at Holy Trinity ... honor roll student ... member of National Honor Society ... won New York State all-around title in 2005 ... qualified for Level 10 Nationals in 2005 ... career goal is to become an art teacher ... lists parents as the people she admires the most ... had summer job working as an assistant at gymnastics club ... avid fan of the New York Yankees who lists Derek Jeter as her favorite athlete ... favorite movie is "Step Up" ... favorite actor is Channing Tatum ... lists New York pizza as her favorite food ... has three sisters ... father owns a restaurant in New York ... daughter of Gary and Joan Schweitzer ... born on January 19, 1988 in Hicksville, N.Y. ... very good student ... major is Art Education.