Aug. 17, 2012
Five gymnasts from the University of Minnesota women's squad received National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches for Women (NACGC/W) Scholastic All-America honors. To qualify for the award, student-athletes must carry a 3.5 or higher grade point average for the academic year.
Janell Campbell also received the award for the second-straight year. Campbell will be a senior this year and is majoring in Communication Studies.
First time honorees include Kayla Slechta and Kylie Schermann. Slechta, who will be a junior this academic year, is majoring in Kinesiology while Schermann just completed her first year as a Gopher and is majoring in the Pre-Business program.
As a team, the Golden Gophers boasted a GPA of 3.3283 for the 2011-12 academic year, which ranks them No. 31 in the nation. Southern Utah claimed the crown for highest team GPA at 3.843.
By The Numbers: 2017
Take a look back at highlights from Minnesota Women's Gymnastics 2017 season by the numbers.
Incoming Gophers Win JO National Titles
Lexy Ramler (St. Michael, Minn.) and Ona Loper (Bluffton, S.C.) each won a national title at the 2017 Women's Junior Olympic National Championships.
Gophers Celebrate 2017 Season
Minnesota recognized team accomplishments and award winners at the annual banquet, celebrating the 2017 season.