Floor Exercise: 15.300
Pommel Horse: 14.800
Still Rings: 13.150
Parallel Bars: 14.600
High Bar: 14.300
As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2013: Earned All-America honors on floor and vault ... finished tied for fifth on vault (15.125) and eighth on floor (14.000) at the NCAA Individual Event Finals ... tied for third on vault (15.150) and finished 10th on floor (14.950) at the NCAA Championships Finals ... tied for third on floor with a 15.150 at the NCAA Championships Semifinals ... finished second on vault (15.300, career best) and tied for third on floor (15.300) at the MPSF Championships (April 6) ... claimed three vault victories: at California (Jan. 13), Stanford Open (Jan. 19) and against Cal (Feb. 17) ... recorded six of Stanford's top-10 scores on vault ... scored a career-best 14.800 on pommel horse at Army and Springfield (March 9) ... competed in eight meets on floor, pommel horse and vault ... MPSF All-Academic team.
As a Redshirt Freshman in 2012: Scored 15.200 on floor exercise at Oklahoma and UI-Chicago...posted 15.100 on floor at Ohio State and 14.900 versus Cal...posted seven scores of 15.000 or higher on vault including season-high 15.500 versus Cal...also recorded 15.400 (Stanford Showdown), 15.300 (Cal), 15.250 (at Ohio State), 15.200 (at Cal), 15.100 (Cal, Oklahoma) and 15.000 (Stanford Open)...recorded a score of 14.600 on parallel bars in lone appearance of season at Stanford Showdown...posted season-high 14.300 on high-bar versus Cal and Oklahoma... established season-best on pommel horse (14.650) at NCAA Qualifiers and on floor exercise (15.300) at NCAA Team Finals...scored 15.150 on floor exercise at NCAA Individual Championships, earning first career All-American honor...MPSF All-Academic selection.
As a Freshman in 2011: Did not compete.
High School: Member of the Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center where his team was four-time Pennsylvania overall state champion ... placed first on floor, third on horizontal bar, and 10th in the all-around at the 2008 VISA Championships ... placed 10th in the all-around at the 2009 JO Nationals ... two-time Pennsylvania State Champion ... participated on the 2007 U.S. Junior Men's National Gymnastics Team.
Personal: Son of Jim and Joanne Senters ... one sister, Kelly, and one brother, Timmy ... sister, Kelly, runs track at Lafayette College and runs in the 400 meter hurdles and the 800 meters ... considering a major in either political science or communications ... contemplating a profession in government ... enjoys hanging out with friends, playing tennis, going on the computer and reading.
Getting To Know Sean Senters
Bambi, Big Sean, Balcci
The best thing about Stanford is:
The amazing people you meet
My favorite place on campus is:
Behind the Alumni Center
Ten years from now I hope to be:
Happy, healthy and making the world a better place
My favorite class at Stanford is:
U.S. Foreign Policy Since World War II
Something people would be surprised to know about me:
I am a twin
The place I would most like to visit is:
Ireland or Russia
Stanford Men's Gymnastics will be fun to watch this year because:
We're going to shock the world
My greatest athletic moment was:
Qualifying to the VISA Championships
The current or former Stanford athlete I most enjoy watching perform is:
Since coming to Stanford, I have learned:
The world doesn't end if you don't get an "A"
The best book I have ever read is:
Breaking Back by James Blake
Least favorite food:
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on:
The Blind Side
Favorite TV show:
How I Met Your Mother
My ultimate ESPN SportsCenter highlight would be:
Winning NCAA's as a team or to be unrealistic, winning Winbledon
My favorite musical group/singer is:
The best advice I've ever received was:
Give your accomplishments and disappointments to the Lord
If I could invite three people from history to dinner, they would be:
Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln and Walt Disney
If I could bring anything from my hometown to Stanford it would be: