2004: Competed in all but one meet for the Terps, performing on bars, beam and floor...notched career-high 9.90 on bars on March 6 vs. Stanford, tying for fourth place...scored season-high 9.875 on floor also vs. Stanford...placed second on bars vs. George Washington on March 3 with a 9.80...earned EAGL All-Academic nod.
2003: A bars specialist ... placed third with a 9.825 against WVA on Feb. 14 ... notched a 9.8 or above four times during the season ... named to the All-EAGL Academic team for the second straight year.
2002: Earned EAGL Rookie of the Year honors ... Terps' top freshman competitor ... competed in the all-around in 10 of the Terps' 11 regular season meets and in the EAGL Championships ... earned a career-high 39.150 in the all-around on Feb. 16 against Rhode Island ... qualified as an individual all-around competitor for the NCAA Southeast Regional meet, however, did not compete because of injuries ... only member of the 2002 freshman class to compete in the all-around ... made Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll and ACC Honor Roll.
Prior to Maryland: Four-time Junior Olympic National Competitor ... qualified for elite status ... placed 11th in the all-around at the Junior Olympic Nationals in 2000.
Personal: Daughter of Dawn Cooper and Scott Brill ... has one brother, Bryan, and two sisters, Carli and Jourdan ... enjoys shopping, skiing and spending time with family and friends ... majoring in education.
2004 Season Highs: Uneven Bars--9.90 Balance Beam--9.825 Floor Exercise--9.875
2003 Season Highs: Uneven Bars - 9.825
2002 Season Highs: Vault - 9.800 Uneven Bars - 9.825 Balance Beam - 9.825 Floor Exercise - 9.875 All-Around - 39.150
Career Highs: Vault - 9.800 Uneven Bars - 9.900 Balance Beam - 9.825 Floor Exercise - 9.875 All-Around - 39.150