Hannah Nordquist performs on the beam and the vault in the team's first simulation meet.
2013 Season: Saw collegiate and Gopher debut at Washington (1/12) on vault (9.700), beam (9.850) and floor (9.800) Recorded personal-best on beam with 9.925 to tie for third at Florida (3/1) Helped Minnesota with tying its season best on balance beam with a 49.325 by contributing a 9.900 score against Ohio State Scored a career-high 9.875 tying for second on balance beam against Illinois Saw season-best scores of 9.800 on floor at Washington and Illinois.
High School/Club: A 2012 graduate of Spectrum High School trained with the Twin City Twisters coached by Mike Hunger and Sami Wozney five-time Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championship qualifier captured the balance beam title and finished fourth on both floor and all-around at the 2012 JO Nationals finished first in the all-around, floor, vault, and beam, while placing second on bars at the 2012 Regional Meet finished third on the beam and 11th in the all-around at the 2011 JO National meet took first on bars, beam, floor and all-around, while placing third in the vault at the 2011 Regional Meet claimed first place in the all-around, floor and beam and second in the vault at the IGI Chicago Style meet.
Personal: Former club teammate of ex-Gophers Lucy Ennis and Amber Hammerschmidt daughter of Arnie and Linda Nordquist has an older sister, Hope intends on majoring in nursing.
GET TO KNOW HANNA NORDQUIST: If you were not participating in gymnastics, what sport might you play? Volleyball.
What is your favorite cartoon character, and why? I don't have a favorite cartoon character.
If you could have any super power, what would it be? Invisibility.
Do you have any hidden or secret talents? I don't have any secret talents.
If you could meet anyone in the world, who would you want to meet? Zac Efron or Taylor Swift.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii.
What is your favorite actor or actress? Liam Hemsworth.
Who is the funniest person on the team? Janell Campbell.