The 2013 season has come to an end, we now welcome the Class of 2014 to their new lives in the Collegiate rankings.
In this first edition, we introduce a few of the more well-known Level 10 & Elite gymnasts who will be freshman's from this fall.
Amanda Jetter - Alabama
Cincinnati's Amanda Jetter will be joining the Crimson Tide later this year. If you don't know Amanda, she's a four time National Team member, coached by the infamous Mary Lee Tracy. Arguably, floor is her best event, as she says herself but she's most likely to be an all-arounder. Hopefully, Jetter can keep the 'Cincinnati College' trend alive after teammate Ashley Priess comes from the same gym.
Talia Chiarelli - Michigan
Known for her funky tweets, Chiarelli moves onto a different stage in her gymnastics career, competing for Michigan. The Canadian National Team member is an internationally decorated gymnast, in competitions like Tokyo World Cup and the Olympic Test Event. Michigan will lose their valuable veteran Katie Zurales to graduation but Talia may be the new fresh talent.
McKenzie Wofford - Oklahoma
One of the five new Sooners starting this year is McKenzie Wofford from Zenith Elite. The 3x National Team member and 2011 Pan American Games alternate transfers her high level elite skills to collegiate level gymnastics.
Mitzi Unda-Sosa - Yale
Although, Yale isn't renowned for it's Gymnastics but Mitzi deserves a mention. If you haven't heard of Mitzi, she's an ex-Mexican National Team member for 3 years. She currently trains at WOGA in Texas. Although, she's an Elite level gymnast, she competes in many Level 10 competitions. But, in elite competition, Mitzi has 2 medals from the 2011 Brazilian International competition. She's also been to the 2010 Pacific Rim and World Championships for Mexico.