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Amanda Jetter
Amanda Jetter

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Milford, Ohio

High School:
Milford

Height:
5-3

Event:
All-Around

Experience:
HS

Club Team:
Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy



04/04/2014

Gymnastics Ready for Saturday's 2014 NCAA Regional Championships

The Seattle Regional gets underway at 4 p.m. PT. Fans can follow along via UA's Meet Central located on the gymnastics page of RollTide.com

03/23/2014

Gymnasts Earn SEC Honors Following SEC Championship Win

With its trio of individual titles, Alabama has now won 60 SEC Championships since Julie Garrett won the Tide's first in 1982, including 43 since 2000

03/22/2014

SEC CHAMPS: Gymnastics Wins the 2014 SEC Championship with a 197.875

It was the Crimson Tide's 8th conference championships, following titles won in 1988, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2003, 2009 and 2011

03/14/2014

No. 4 Gymnastics Beats No. 11 Auburn, 197.925-196.175, on Senior Night

The No. 4 ranked Alabama gymnastics team beat No. 11 Auburn in Coleman Coliseum Friday on Senior Night, 197.925-196.175, in front of a 13,089 fans.

03/07/2014

No. 4 Gymnastics Uses School Record to Beat No. 10 Stanford, 198.250-196.300

The Crimson Tide posted a school and Coleman Coliseum record 198.250, which is also the highest score in the nation this season

PREP HIGHLIGHTS:
Coached by Mary Lee Tracy at Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy ... four-year member of the United States National Team ... led Team USA to team titles at the 2010 and 2011 City of Jesolo Trophy Meets in Jesolo, Italy, taking sixth and eighth place, respectively in the all-around ... led Team USA to the win at the 2009 International Tournament of Pas-de-Calais in Argues, France, where she won the all-around and floor exericse ... took third in the all-around at the 2008 International Artistic Gymnastics Challenge in Woluwe Saint-Lambert, Belgium ... 2007 USA Junior Olympic All-Around Champion.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:
Full Name: Amanda Rose Jetter ... daughter of Denise and Gerald Jetter ... brother - Derek ... communications major ... born Nov. 6, 1994.