Women's Gymnastics

Women's Gymnastics
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1980s

1980-2017 Mark Stevenson, gymnastics head coach

Mark Stevenson came to NC State in 1980 as an assistant coach for the men's gymnastics team and coached the women's gymnastics team from the 1980s until 2017.

1984 Women's gymnastics team won ACC Championship

1990s

1999 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship

2000s

2000 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship
2004 NC State hosted NCAA Regional

NC State hosted the first NCAA Regional gymnastic championship in the state of North Carolina.

2007 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship
2008 Leigha Hancock won NCAA Regional title

Leigha Hancock won the beam title at the 2008 NCAA Regional to advance to the NCAA championships. It was her second individual event win since 2006, making her the first gymnast to win two NCAA regional events in program history.

2009 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship

2010s

2010 Taylor Seaman named "All American"

Taylor Seaman became NC State's first All-American in gymnastics by capturing the honor on bars at the 2010 NCAA championship.

2012 Women's gymnastics advanced to 10th consecutive NCAA tournament appearance
2013 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship
2014 Brittni Watkins won multiple EAGL championships

Brittni Watkins became the first NC State gymnast to win two events at the EAGL championships when she captured titles on the vault and floor exercise. She was also the first gymnast in Wolfpack history to collect multiple All-America honors in 2014 and 2015.

2015 Gymnasts advanced to NCAA individual championship

Brittni Watkins and Michaela Woodford advanced to the NCAA individual championship, which was the first time in program history that two gymnasts advanced to the national level in the same year.

2017- Kim Landrus, women's gymnastics head coach
2018 Women's gymnastics team won EAGL championship