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  Jen Exaltacion
Jen Exaltacion

Player Profile
Ontario, Canada

High School:
St. Joseph Secondary


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As a sophomore in 1999: Stanford's top performer on the balance beam… Current Stanford record holder on beam with a score of 9.975…Ranked 11th in the country on the beam (RQS 9.8937)… Finished third at NCAA Regional Four in the balance beam with a score of 9.850… Took 10 individual titles, the second highest on the team, with six first place finishes on the beam, and three first place finishes on the vault…Ranked 23rd in the country on the uneven bars…Posted a career-high 9.950 on the bars at the meet versus California…Named Stanford's "Most Outstanding Gymnast" with teammate Jenny Wilson.

As a freshman in 1998: Competed on the bars and beam…Helped lead the Cardinal to the Pac-10 Championship…Finished fourth on the balance beam at the Pac-10 Championship with a 9.850, her season high…Scored a season-high of 9.800 on the bars at the NCAA West Regionals.

Club/High School: One of the top gymnasts in Canada…Canadian National team member and 1996 Olympian…Selected to the 1997 Canadian World Championship squad but did not competed due to an ankle injury…Three-time defending national beam champion (1995-97)…Won the all-around silver at the 1996 and '97 National Championships…National floor champion in 1993, '95 and '96…Finished 17th on the beam at the 1996 Individual World Championships in Puerto Rico…Captured three gold medals (all-around, floor and beam) at the 1995 National Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia…Received the 1995 International Award from the Canadian Gymnastics Federation…Member of the Canadian squad which finished 15th at the 1995 in Sabae, Japan…Placed sixth in the all-around and beam and fourth on the floor at the 1995 Pan-American games in Argentina, helping the Canadian team to a fifth-place finish…Double silver medallist in the floor and beam at the 1994 National Championships.

Personal: Born August 6, 1979…Daughter of Juliet and Esmeraldo Exaltacion…Worked as a research assistant for a professor at CSLI on campus last summer…Hobbies include baking, shopping, watching movies and fishing…A psychology major with a minor in architecture and urban design.

Favorite book: Looking for Alibrandi by Melina Marchetta
Who do you most admire: My Grandmothers
Most influential person: My parents
Age you started gymnastics: Three
Favorite event: Beam

Year-by-year High Marks:

Vault Bars Beam Floor A-A 1999 9.850 9.950 9.975 9.875 39.525 1998 - 9.800 9.850 - -

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