Andrea Orris
Andrea Orris


Plano, Texas

High School:
Spring Creek Academy



2010 Season: Competed every meet on the uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise ... charted three career-highs in single meet: 9.750 on the uneven bars, 9.775 on the balance beam and 9.825 on the floor exercise against Ball State (Feb. 5) ... named a Midwest Independent Conference Senior Athlete of the Year ... named to the All-Midwest Independent Conference First-Team Selection ... named to the AFNI Athletics Honor Roll.

2009 Season: Competed in all but one meet on the balance beam ... scored a season-high 9.650 on the beam at Oklahoma (March 6) ... performed on the uneven bars in nine meets ... tallied a season-high of 9.625 on the uneven bars at California (Feb. 1) ... scored a 9.675 on the floor exercise, marking another season-high (Feb. 22) ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

2008 Season: Competed in all but three meets on the balance beam, receiving a career-best score of 9.725 against Centenary (Feb. 1) ... performed on the floor routine twice during the season, for the first time in her career. 2007 Season: Competed in all but two meets on the balance beam and the uneven bars, carding career-bests at the MIC Championships ... posted a 9.575 on beam, a mark she met twice previously, and a 9.400 on the uneven bars.

World Olympic Gymnastics Academy: Trained at the same facility a U.S. Olympians Carly Patterson and Nastia Liukin ... did not compete her senior year due to injury ... two-time Junior Olympic National qualifier in 2003 and 2004. ... received the bronze medal for her floor exercise at regionals her junior year ... finished second on the balance beam and took seventh place on the all-around at regionals.

Personal: Born: May 22, 1988 ... daughter of Don and Chris Orris ... major: human development ... favorite gymnast: Lisa Mulchek ... favorite restaurant: Chili's ... best memory of ISU gymnastics: the conference meet in 2007 ... gymnastics inside joke: Chistopher Jacob Orchek ...favorite quote: "Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion." - Muhammad Ali.