The Seawolves count five individual USAG national titles spread among three gymnasts. The team won the MPSF Conference title once in 2009. During the 2016 season, M’rcy Matsunami qualified to NCAA regionals, making her the first gymnast in UAA’s Division I era (since 2004) to qualify multiple times for the meet. Other successful alumni include Elena Tkacheva, Dominique Ingram and Jessi Simmons.

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Past and future rosters

NameYearHometownClub GymSocial Media
Kierra AbrahamJrReistertown, Md.United GymnastixTwitter | Instagram
Tere AlonsoSoVirginia Beach, Va.Excalibur GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
​Madeleine ArbuckleSrWinnipeg, ManitobaManitoba Gymnastics Assoc.Twitter | Instagram
​Kendra DanielsSrVeneta, Ore.​Gymnastics NorthwestTwitter | Instagram
Isabelle FoxFrHouston, TexasFlips TexasTwitter | Instagram
​Kennedy GreenSoHighlands Ranch, Colo.Adrenaline GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
​Sophia HyderallySoDaphne, Ala.Planet GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
​Louisa Marie KnappSoRellingen, Germany​​German National LeagueTwitter | Instagram
​Kaylin MancariJrHigh Point, N.C.​High Point GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Mackenzie MillerSo​Waterford, Mich.​Oakland GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Hope NelsonFrNewport News, Va.World Class GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Michaela PhillipsFrHomedale, IdahoWings CenterTwitter | Instagram
Emily RambergSrForest Lake, Minn.​Flyaways Gold GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
​Sofie RileySo​Boise, Idaho​Bronco Elite GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Morgan RossSrReno, Nev.​Flip USA GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Isabella ScalapinoFrCedar Park, TexasAcroTex GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram


Tanya Ho | Head Coach | First Season | Instagram
Alina Cartwright | Assistant Coach | Second Season | Instagram

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