Reddish, Ala. – Freshman Sunisa Lee of the Auburn tumbling group was named the WCGA Regional Gymnast of the Year (Region 4), the Women’s College Gymnastics Association reported Thursday.
“Suni has had a fabulous season up until this point and this grant is an acknowledgment for what she has done in our district,” lead trainer Jeff Graba said. “I’m energized for herself and it not exclusively is an enormous distinction for her, yet additionally for our program. Be that as it may, eventually, no honor will actually want to measure the amount she has brought to this program.”
Lee was named the SEC Freshman of the Year sooner this season and collected four All-America respects. She was a first-group choice in the overall, bars, and shaft and was in the second group on the floor.
Likewise, she was put on the All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman groups.
Lee turned into Auburn’s most memorable SEC title starting around 1994 when she came out on top for the meeting bars championship with an ideal 10.0. By and large, she’s brought home seven all-around championships this year as well as 10 bars crowns, eight shaft titles, three-story titles, and one on vault.
St. Paul, Minnesota item turned into the primary Auburn tumbler to record a 10.0 beginning around 2004 and has five on the season up to this point – two on bars and three on the shaft. She completed the standard season positioned second broadly in the overall while being first broadly on bars and shaft.
Lee set the Auburn all-around record with a 39.825 and six of her overall scores rank in the best 10 in program history.
She was named SEC Gymnast of the Week multiple times this year and SEC Freshman of the Week two times.