FAYETTEVILLE, ark. The Razorbach Gymnastics team not only excelled at the time of the competition, but also had a record year in the classroom as the winners of the WCGA Academic All-American Gymnastics Association (WCGA), a top 13 program. Wednesday.
Arkansas showed an average increase of 3 points to 3,691 in 2020-21 from 3.597 last school year. This puts the Jimbakas in 34th place in the nation, and ranks them fourth among the SEC teams. Thirteen members of the team have a GPA of 3.5 or more, which is the best of the new team – Sophia Carter, Amanda Elswick, Kiera Gianfagna, Kennedy Hamrick, Abigail Johnston, Sydney Lard, Bailey Love, Margaret Ohara, Jordan Olzvsky, Savana and Pene. , Jensen Scalzo and Sarah Schaefer.
“Congratulations to the student-athletes, coaches and support staff on their academic year,” said Kerrie Turner, president of WCGA and head coach at Bowling Green. “The balance between being a successful student and being an athlete requires a great deal of planning and deliberate effort during epidemics. During this challenging time, I was thrilled to see women’s gymnastics at incredibly high levels in the classroom. ”
Arkansas has contributed to the greatest academic success among gymnastic teams across the country. WCGA has seen new teams in 3.5 and above in GFAs, 58 in athletes, 223 in 223, and has named more than 1,000 athletes for the first time in the All-American Academy.
Attached is a complete list of GPAs presented by the groups. Also on the list are WCGA Academic All American Award winners, honors for student-athletes who posted a GPA of 3.5 and above for the 2020-21 academic year.
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