As a Junior in 2003: Team co-captain ... Earned Second-Team All-America honors on bars ... Competed primarily on bars, beam and floor ... Tied for seventh place on bars (9.875), tallied a 9.85 on floor and recorded a 9.725 on vault in preliminary round of NCAA Championships ... Tied for fifth place on bars (9.85) at NCAA Regional Championships ...Also appeared on vault (9.75) and floor (9.825) ... Tied for fifth place on bars (9.925) and placed eighth in the all-around (39.475) at Pac-10 Championships ... Took first place on bars with a career-high 9.975 against Oklahoma ... Matched season-high of 9.85 on beam on four occasions ... Tallied season-high marks of 9.90 on floor versus Oregon State, San Jose State and Seattle Pacific and at Pac-10 Championships ... Competed in the all-around twice, scoring a 39.475 in both the Oklahoma and Pac-10 meets ... Recorded scores of 9.875 or better on bars in nine meets and won the event twice ... Placed second on bars (9.90) and floor (9.825) at Cal ... Posted a 9.95 on bars at Arizona to place second ... On first vault of the season, scored a season-high 9.875 against Oklahoma ... Competed in every meet ... NACGC Academic All-American.
As a Sophomore in 2002: Recorded a 39.150 All-Around score at the NCAA Championships, her first appearance in the All-Around since Feb. 10 due to injury ... Took first place honors on bars with a 9.925 at NCAA Regionals in Denver, and also competed on the floor exercise turning in a 9.875 ... Competed in the All-Around in five of the first six meets ... Equaled career highs with a 9.850 on beam against Arizona and a 9.900 on floor versus Denver ... Notched scores of 9.900 or better on five different occasions in 2002 ... Top All-Around score was a 39.225 in the season opener at Minnesota ... Owned five first-place finishes this year ... Earned NACGA Academic All-America honors ... 2002 Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team Selection.
As a Freshman in 2001: Provided a huge spark for the Cardinal in her rookie campaign ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Conference team for the All-Around and vault ... Posted a 9.975 on vault at the Pac-10 Championships to tie for first place and tie the school's all-time record ... Her 9.950 on the bars in Stanford's win against BYU ties her for fourth in the Stanford record books ... Ranks sixth in the All-Around all-time after giving the Cardinal a 39.550 to finish fourth at the conference championships en route to the title ... Recorded season high scores of 9.850 on the balance beam and a 9.900 on the floor exercise ... Notched a 9.9 or better on the uneven bars in nine different meets ... Tied for sixth in the All-Around with a 38.825 at the NCAA Regionals to guide the Cardinal into the finals ... Also at NCAA Regionals, placed fourth on the vault (9.875), tied for fifth on bars (9.875) and tied for 10th on the floor exercise (9.825) ... Finished in a tie for tenth place with a 9.800 score on the vault at NCAA Championships ... Earned 2001 "Most Consistent- Vault" Team Award.
Club/High School: Three-time champion in the all-around at Level 10 Regionals ... Won the all-around at Regionals in 1994, 1997 and 1998 ... Competed with the U.S. National Team in the 2000 American Classic ... Finished fourth in the all-around at 1998 Level 10 Nationals ... Reached the finals on both beam and bars at the 1998 Level 10 Nationals ... Bar finalist at the 1997 Level 10 Nationals ... Member of the Junior National Elite Team from 1995-1996 ... Graduated with honors from Lakeside High School ... AP Scholar.
Personal: Born May 22, 1982 ... Daughter of Kristen and Gary Fluhrer ... Sister of Ashley Fluhrer ... Enjoys laughing, baking and candlestick making.
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Getting to Know Caroline Fluhrer
What is your favorite class taken at Stanford? ME 101 - Visual Thinking
What do you like most about the academic environment at Stanford? The broad range of interests and opinions generates an intense and persistent learning environment. The genius of fellow students, the brilliance of faculty members, and the diversity of campus events is amazing. Unique academic opportunities ranging from Summer Research College and Overseas programs to Freshman/Sophomore seminars and guest speakers, all contribute to the exceptional academic environment.
What do you see yourself doing in 40 years? Enjoying my family and the end of a fulfilling career, while finalizing my retirement plans.
What would be your ideal career? It would involve design, large projects, and great co-workers. I think I could be happy doing a variety of jobs.
What is your quirkiest study habit? I generally require coffee. I refuse to do problem sets on anything except green graph paper.
What is your best "get rich quick" plan? Stay friends with Shelly