STANFORD CALIF.— The National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) recently announced its list of 2009 Scholastic All-Americans and 11 members of the University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team were recently honored.
Named to the team for the Wildcats
were: sophomore Katie Caliendo (Manorville, N.Y.) with a 3.88 GPA
as an undeclared major; sophomore Katie Lawrence (Lyme, Conn.) with
a 3.85 as a Biochemistry major; sophomore Janae Sernoffsky
(Elizabethtown, Pa.) with a 3.83 as a Sports Studies major; senior
Lindsay Kovary (Huntington Station, N.Y.) with a 3.81 as a Biology
major; junior Diane Grey (Spring, Texas) with a 3.80 as a Health
Management and Policy major; freshman Danielle Reibold (Horsham,
Pa.) with a 3.71 as a Pre-Med major; junior Kelsey Alwin (St.
Michael, Minn.) with a 3.67 as a Nursing major; junior Helena
Diodati (Scarborough, Maine) with a 3.63 as a Occupational Therapy
major; junior Keeley Smith (University Place, Wash.) with a 3.63 as
a journalism major; sophomore Chelsea Steinberg (Ridgewood,
N.J.) with a 3.56 as an Occupational Therapy major; and junior
Taryn LaFountain (Utica, N.Y.) with a 3.54 as a Physical Education
Kovary led the team after being named to the team four consecutive times since 2006. Alwin and Smith have both been named to the team three times since 2007.
The association seeks to actively manage and develop the sports of women’s gymnastics at the collegiate level and works with the NCAA and USA Gymnastics in order to provide the best possible experience for the student-athletes.