Hannah Meyer
Hannah Meyer

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Acworth, Ga.

High School:
Furtah Preparatory School

Height:
4-10

Event:
All-Around

05/14/2012

68 ISU Student-Athletes Participate in Spring 2012 Commencement

The group represented 13 Redbird sports and 46 competed in the 2011-12 year.

03/04/2012

The Redbirds Fall to Northern Illinois, Despite Season High Scores

Illinois State recognizes seniors on Sunday afternoon for their last home meet in Horton Field House.

03/03/2012

Redbirds Recognize the Senior Class at Their Last Home Meet of the Season

The Illinois State gymnastics team will say farewell to their seniors at the last home meet of the season.

02/24/2012

Illinois State Takes Defeat From Conference Rival SEMO

Illinois State falls to SEMO, despite many season high individual scores.

02/20/2012

Illinois State Gymnastics Recognizes its Seniors

Redbird gymnastics has three graduating seniors.

01/08/2012

Illlinois State vs. Ball State

Illinois State Gymnastics vs. Ball State (1/8/12)

2012 Season: Competed on the floor exercise consistently in every meet... scored a career high score of 9.750 on floor exercise vs. SEMO (Feb. 24)

2011 Season: Competed on the floor exercise consistently throughout the season ... scored a career-high 9.700 on the floor vs. SEMO (Feb. 11).

2010 Season: Competed on the vault twice ... scored a 9.325 vs. SEMO (Jan. 15) ... scored a 9.425 at Ball State (Feb. 21) ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

2009 Season: Scored consistently high on the vault in the eight meets she competed in ... scored a career-best on the vault (9.625) at Oklahoma (March 6) ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

Furtah Preparatory School: Competed for the Gymnastics Academy of Atlanta ... four-year level 10 gymnast and state and regional qualifier ... two-year national qualifier.

Personal: Born Jan. 25 1990 ... daughter of Michael and Lisa Meyer ... major: anthropology ... favorite movie: "The Nightmare Before Christmas" ... favorite gymnast: Catalina Ponor ... favorite quote: "Do what others says you cannot do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again." - R. Cook.