2011 Season: Competed on the balance beam and floor exercise in every meet ... had a career high balance beam performance of 9.925 (Feb. 18) ... posted a season-high 9.825 on the floor exercise three times throughout the season (Jan. 15, Feb. 11, and Feb. 18) ... scored a season-high 9.750 on the vault (Feb. 26) ... Made second appearance in NCAA Regionals on the balance beam and placed 15th with a score of 9.775 (Apr. 2).
2010 Season: Competed on the balance beam and floor exercise in every meet ... charted a career-high 9.850 on the floor exercise at the Missouri Cat Classic (Feb. 26) ... posted a season-high 9.850 on the balance beam at the Illinois Classic (Mar. 20) ... scored a season-high 9.700 on the vault twice (Feb. 26 and Mar. 27) ... made first appearance in the NCAA Regionals on the balance beam and placed 39th with a score of 9.100 (Apr. 10) ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.
Summer 2009: Competed in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel ... earned a silver medal on balance beam and bronze on the floor exercise ... Team USA finished second overall.
2009 Season: Competed on the balance beam and floor routine in every meet ... scored a career-best 9.875 on the balance beam at the Illinois State Meet (March 14) ... equalled her career-best 9.800 for her floor exercise at UIC (Feb. 28) ... placed first on the floor exercise at the Midwest Independent Conference Championship meet (Apr. 4) ... competed on vault in every meet except three ... All-Midwest Independent Conference First Team Selection ... named to the AFNI Athletics Honor Roll.
2008 Season: Competed on the vault, balance beam and floor routine in all but one meet ... scored a career-best 9.800 on the floor routine twice ... scored a 9.850 on the balance beam against Rhode Island (Feb. 8), which was a career-best ... scored a career-best on the vault versus SEMO with a score of 9.750 (March 2) ... competed in two all-around competitions, and scored a career-best at Alaska-Anchorage (Feb. 17) with a 38.300 ... All-MIC Academic Team ... all-state academic team ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.
Plano Senior High School: Competed with World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (the same gym as U.S. Olympians Carly Patterson and Nastia Liukin), where she was a five-time Junior Olympic National qualifier and a two-time Texas state beam champion ... two-time regional floor champion and the 2007 state and regional beam champion ... placed 16th in the all-around and third on beam at the 2007 Junior Olympic Nationals.
Personal: Born: Nov. 17, 1988 ... daughter of Neil and Iris Deutsch ... major: public relations ... minor: sociology ... favorite gymnast: Nastia Liukin ... favorite gymnastics inside joke: "Are you on?" ... favorite quote: "It's the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen." - John Wooden.