Collegiate Gymnasts and Seniors

Gymnast Name
High School Class
School Attended
Megan Steensland
University of Minnesota
Caroline Hays
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Emily Koch
University of Minnesota
Callie Schlottman
University of Denver
Riley Danielson
Kent State University
Aisling Polley
University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
Annie Johnson
Iowa State University
Breghan Kiloran
University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
Jada Rondeau
Eastern Michigan University
Jenna Horner
George Washington University
Abby Megar
Gustavus Adolphus College
Jessi Rondeau
Utah State University \n University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Lauryn Mattson
University of Arizona
Olivia Kressler
Hamline University
Claire Ryan
Brown University
Desirae Stanton
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Legacy Gymnastics 2022 Seniors!

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Megan (Meg) Steensland

High School: Southwest Christian High School

Future Plans: Megan will be attending the University of Minnesota to further her education and gymnastics career. She is planning on majoring in Interior Design. She is looking forward to being a part of the university gymnastics team and competing in the NCAA.

Thank You’s: "I have made amazing life long friends at legacy who make coming to practice so fun. I want to thank my coaches for getting me to this point and always encouraging me to be my best."

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Evalynn (Eva) Abler

High School: Orono High Schoo

Future Plans: Eva plans to attend Hennepin Technical College to pursue Automotive Technology.

Legacy Memory: Eva remembers at her level 7 State Meet, she was upset after falling from the Balance Beam early in the meet. After her fall, Coach Heidi stepped in and gave Eva some advice that helped her stay positive and focused on her routines, resulting in becoming the Level 7 State Champion that year.

Thank You’s: "Shout out to my coaches, or being some of the most supportive people in my life. They have been there for me through absolutely everything. They have truly become family over the many years we have known each other. They have given me the best gift of being able to make some of my biggest dreams come true. I would not have been where I am today as a gymnast or as a joke person without them. My love for them and the sport will never die. I’m so unbelievably thankful for all my gym parents!"

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Caroline (Carrie) Hays

High School: Chaska High School

Future Plans: Carrie will be attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and plans on majoring in Political Science. She is excited about exploring a new state and living on her own.

Legacy Memory: Carrie remembers her first day back to the gym after she broke her arm. Her team had prepared a big card and a care package for her.

Thank You’s: "In the 11 years I have been here, I have made lifelong friends and had a list of amazing coaches. I would like to thank all of the coaches I have had during my gymnastics career and not giving up on me through all of my injuries."

Legacy’s Current College Gymnasts!

Sr. Riley Danielson
Kent State University

Riley is a Senior at Kent State University majoring in Fashion Merchandising. Riley was a constant competitor in the Beam line-up for KSU and in prior years has also competed on the Vault. This last season, Riley helped her team finish 3rd in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) with her Balance Beam score of a 9.800 tying for 8th in the conference. Click below for more information, stats, photos and more!

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Jr. Callie Schlottman
University of Denver

Callie is a Junior at Denver University majoring in Biology. She has stayed consistent throughout her college career by competing on the Balance Beam a handful of times her first 2 years, currently holding a career high of a 9.850.
Callie was a part of Denver’s huge upset win over a nationally top-ranked team at the the Big 12 Conference Championships! Not only is Callie skilled athletically, but academically as well. She is a part of the 2021 First Team Academic All-Big 12 Team and is a WCGA Scholastic All-American. Click below for schedules, scores, awards and more!

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So. Emily Koch
University of Minnesota

Emily is a Sophomore at the University of Minnesota. She had an outstanding freshman year, where she helped the Gopher’s win the Big 10 Conference Championship for the first time since 2006. Additionally, her efforts specifically on the Balance Beam and Floor Exercise helped advance the gophers to the NCAA Semifinals. Emily currently holds a career high of a 9.925 on Balance Beam, a 9.850 on the floor exercise and a 9.625 on the vault. Click HERE for more stats, photos, headlines and more!

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