Terin Humphrey
Terin Humphrey


Bates City, Mo.




Alabama Highlights:

2007 -- junior

  • Won second NCAA Uneven Bars Championship against the toughest field in NCAA history, marking Alabama's 20th individual championship and fifth bars title
  • Sixth Alabama Gymnast to earn multiple NCAA titles
  • All-American on the uneven bars and balance beam, for a career total of 10
  • Went all-around a team-best 12 times and competed a team-best 51 routines
  • Won the uneven bars, with a 9.9, and the all-around, with a 39.475, at the NCAA Central Regional Championships
  • Won the balance beam at Auburn with a season-high 9.9 to close out the regular season
  • Won the all-around against UNC with a 39.575, tying her career best score
  • Won the floor exercise and vault against UNC, tying her career best on the vault with a 9.9
  • Scored a career-high 9.950 on the floor exercise against Auburn
  • Opened the season by winning the uneven bars against Oklahoma and closed out the season by winning the NCAA Central Regional and NCAA Championship titles
  • Had surgery on both elbows in the fall to clear up pre-existing problems, was expected to miss the first part of the season, instead competed in every meet and went all-around 12 times
  • Academic All-SEC

2006 -- sophomore

  • First team All-American on the balance beam and second team All-American in the all-around, balance beam and floor exercise
  • Posted a season-best score of 9.9 on the uneven bars four times, including the NCAA Championship team finals
  • Won the NCAA West Regional balance beam title with a season-best 9.9
  • SEC Gymnast of the Week
  • Led the Tide with 52 routines
  • Won 14 event titles including three all-arounds
  • Academic All-SEC

2005 -- freshman

  • NCAA Uneven Bars Champion, marking Alabama's 18th individual championship and fourth bars title
  • First-team All-American on the balance beam, uneven bars and floor exercise and second-team All-American in the all-around
  • Posted a career-high 9.9 on the vault, a 9.95 on the floor exercise and a 39.575 in the all-around during the NCAA Super Six team finals
  • Won the SEC and NCAA Central Region uneven bars titles
  • Won 10 uneven bars titles during the season, including all three postseason championships
  • Joined the Crimson Tide in January after spending the fall on the T.J. Maxx Olympic Tour

Prep Highlights:

  • Member of the 2004 United States Olympic Team, competing in Athens, Greece
  • Earned two Olympic Silver medals, one as part of the USA squad and individually on the uneven bars
  • Alabama gymnastics' first Olympian
  • Member of the United States 2003 World Championships Gold Medal Team in Anaheim, Calif.
  • Third in the vault, uneven bars and floor exercise at the 2004 Visa American Cup
  • Led the United States to a silver medal after taking second in the vault and sixth in the all-around at the 2003 Pacific Challenge
  • Member of the United States 2002 World Gymnastics Championships in Debrecen, Hungary taking ninth in the vault and 11th in the floor exercise
  • Led the USA to the Gold at the 2002 Pacific Alliance Championships in Vancouver, Canada, taking second in the all-around and fourth in the uneven bars
  • Finished second in 2000, third in 2004, sixth in 2003 and seventh in 2002 in the all-around at the USA Championships
  • Competed for Al Fong and Armine Barutyan-Fong at Great American Gymnastics Express, the same gym that produced Crimson Tide All-Americans Marna Neubauer, Kim Masters and Gwen Spidle
  • Led the USA to gold at the 2000 USA vs. France Challenge in St. Etienne, France, taking gold in the all-around
  • An accomplished horsewoman, competed in barrel racing
  • National Honor Society

Personal Information:

  • Full name: Terin Marie Humphrey
  • Daughter of Steve and Lisa Humphrey
  • Brother: Shannon, serves in the United States Marines, including a year-long tour in Iraq
  • Born August 14, 1986