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Women's Gymnastics Almanac

Tina Brinkman
Gymnastics/1992-95

Earned All-American honors three times, and was a three-time All-Pac-10 performer. She was also an Academic All-Pac-10 selection in 1995. She won the Pac-10 championship in Uneven bars, Vault, and was a three-time Pac-10 champion in the floor exercise.

Jackie Brummer
Gymnastics / 1983-1986

Brummer posted three NCAA individual titles. After finishing as a runner-up in the uneven bars in 1983, she returned to capture the title in 1984. In 1986, she attained the all-around and balance beam crowns. Brummer also won five Pac-10 titles: two for vault, two for the uneven bars, and the 1983 all-around. She was a three-time all-America and All-Pac-10 selection in 1983, 1984, and 1986.

Jeri Cameron-Vanyek
Gymnastics / 1980-1983

Earned ASU's first women's gymnastics national championship in 1983, competing on uneven bars. Competed in women's gymnastics from 1980-83, earning All-American honors in each of her final three seasons. A four-time All-WCAA selection, Cameron-Vanyek won WCAA championships in four events in 1982 and the floor exercise title in 1983.

Katie Freeland
Gymnastics / 1993-1996

Freeland was a three-time All-American and the Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year in 1996. During her four years at Arizona State, Freeland was repeatedly honored for her academic achievements as well as her athletic abilities as a gymnast. She was a Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic selection as a sophomore, and she finished third on the vault nationally, earning her first All-America honors. In her junior season, she tied for first on the vault at the Pac-10 Championships and finished sixth nationally, earning all-American honors for the second straight year, and she was named to the Pac-10 All-Academic first team and honored as a second-team GTE Academic All-American. Freeland was then named the Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year and earned All-Pac-10 honors again as a senior. She earned all-American honors on the beam, and she was again named to the Pac-10 All-Academic first team and to the GTE Academic All-America team. She also received the Pac-10 Medal of Honor, awarded to each school's outstanding senior male and female athlete, based on achievement in scholarship, athletics and leadership.

Kim Neal
Gymnastics / 1983-1985

Neal won two NCAA individual titles. She captured the 1983 NCAA floor exercise crown and the 1986 vaulting title. In 1985, she was the NCAA floor exercise runner-up. A four-time All-America selection, Neal won the 1984 Western Collegiate Athletic Association (WCAA) vaulting championship and twice earned all-conference accolades. She was a member of three conference championship squads, as well as three NCAA runner-up teams.

Lisa Zeis
Gymnastics / 1983-1986

Zeis, a 1983 World University Games competitor, claimed the 1985 NCAA balance beam title prior to winning the 1986 national floor exercise championship. She earned All-America and all-conference accolades during each of her four seasons at ASU. In addition, Zeis won the 1986 Pacific West Conference balance beam, floor exercise and all-around titles. She was the 1984 WCAA balance beam and all-around champion as well. Zeis joined the ASU coaching staff in 1987 as its first-ever full-time assistant coach. She was a member of three conference championship squads, as well as three NCAA runner-up teams.

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