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The Southeast Missouri State gymnastics team announced the signing of Danyelle Aber, a standout at the National High School Meet.
 
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Gymnastics Inks New Recruit

June 4, 2004

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - The Southeast Missouri State gymnastics team announced another signing for next year's squad. Danyelle Aber, from Gurnee, Ill., has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Southeast, and is expected to bring much talent to a very strong 2005 team.

"I am extremely pleased that she chose to join our Southeast gymnastics family," said head coach Tom Farden.

As captain of her high school team, Aber was one of the top high school gymnasts in the country. She recently placed first on vault in the National High School Meet, in Fort Worth, Texas. At the meet, she was a member of the Illinois squad, which placed first in the National High School Meet.

"Danyelle is a great student and her power on vault and floor should really help our team next year," Farden said.

As is the case with all of Farden's recruits, Aber performs well in the classroom too. She carries a 3.9 grade point average at Warren High School.

Aber captured the state title on vault this year with a score of 9.9, and also placed eighth of better in bars, beam, floor and all-around at state.

Aber should be a strong addition to next year's squad that is coming off one of the best season's in school history. Southeast accumulated a 15-7 record in 2004, including a perfect 5-0 record at home meets. This year's squad posted the best team winning percentage since the 1991 squad (which won the DII national championship).
 

 

 
 

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