Academic accolades have come pouring in as the Tide comes to the end of the school year, including a trio of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, a fourth NCAA Elite 89 Award, a league-best 14 gymnasts on the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, the SEC Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year and a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Beyond leading the league this season, Alabama also leads the SEC all-time with 260 honors since the award's inception in 1984
ALABAMA HIGHLIGHTS: 2012 | Sophomore Scholastic All-American ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... named to the 2012 SEC Gymnastics Community Service Team ... exhibitioned vault multiple times through the season ... named to the President's List (4.0 grade point average) for the fall and spring semester ... carries a 4.0 GPA for her career.
2011 | Freshman Scholastic All-American ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... named to the President's List (4.0 grade point average) for the fall semester ... earned Dean's List (3.5 or better GPA) honors for the spring semester.
PREP HIGHLIGHTS: Coached by Hilde Aune and James Major at Davis Diamonds Gymnastics ... won the vault at the 2010 Norcal Level 10 State Championships and took second on the balance beam and fourth in the all-around ... took fourth on the vault at the 2010 Region 1 Championships ... took third in the all-around and on the vault at the 2010 Junior Olympics NIT Championships as well as taking fifth on balance beam ... finished third on the vault and floor exercise at the 2008 Norcal Level 10 State Championships ... graduated from Davis Senior High School ... National Merit finalist ... National AP Scholar ... co-president of the DHS Science Bowl Team ... project coordinator for the DHS Chapter of the California Scholarship Federation ... 2008 National Science League Chemistry school champion ... 2010 National Science League Physics school co-champion.
PERSONAL INFORMATION: Full name: Ria Chandra Domier ... daughter of Vinita and Calvin Domier ... brother, Arvin ... chemical engineering major ... born October 1, 1992.