Dayton scored 9.900 or higher seven times in senior campaign
Dayton earns first All-America honor on vault, Rice on floor
Shona Morgan named to Pac-12 All-Academic first team
Cardinal makes NCAA Championships appearance for sixth time in seven years, 13th overall
The junior co-captain will lead Stanford at the NCAA Championships
2013 Season (Junior): Team co-captain ... Pac-12 champion on beam with a 9.925 (March 23) ... named the inaugural Pac-12 Specialist of the Year ... All-Pac-12 first team on beam ... won the team's Gymnast of the Year award ... hit 100 percent of her routines and scored a 9.800 or higher in 11 of 12 meets on beam ... claimed four regular season victories (at NorCal Quad meet, Jan. 4; at Georgia, Jan. 21; Arizona State, Feb. 15; at Utah, Feb. 23) ... earned a collegiate-best 9.950 on beam at Utah (Feb. 23) ... claimed four of the top six scores for Stanford on beam ... NACGC/W regular season first team All-American on beam.
2012 Season (Sophomore): Team captain ... earned first-team All-America honors on the balance beam ... placed fourth in the NCAA Championships on beam with a score of 9.875 ... captured the NCAA Champaign Regional title on beam with a score of 9.900, finishing in a four-way tie for the title and tying a career best ... won the team's Most Inspirational award ... returned from severe injury that kept her from competing for two years ... made collegiate debut in the fifth meet of her sophomore year, scoring 9.750 in a dual at Cal (Feb. 12) ... competed only on beam, in final 10 meets of the season, including the NCAA Individual Event finals ... scored 9.900 in five consecutive meets, through the NCAA Super Six finals ... earned first collegiate victory with a 9.875 in a dual at Utah (Feb. 24) ... finished with three first-places ... average score on beam was 9.865.
2011 Season (Freshman): Did not compete because of injury ... won Team Academic Award ... earned Scholastic All-American honors as recognized by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women.
Club/High School: An eight-time Northern California Level 10 champion ... three-time Junior Olympic national qualifier ... placed second all-around at the 2007 Junior Olympic nationals, earning a spot on the J.O. national team ... Junior Olympic national beam champion in 2006 ... three-time NorCal all-around champion (2007-09) ... five-time NorCal beam champion ... trained at Bay Aerials Gymnastics of Fremont, the same club that produced teammate Ashley Morgan, from 2005-10 ... coached by Lisa Aguirre and Neal Gallant ... a 2010 graduate of Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif.
Personal: Daughter of Robert and Adriana Spinner ... has two siblings, Jackie and Samantha.
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