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Acrobatics & Tumbling Athletes of the Week – Feb. 10-13, 2022
Awards are given by NCATA and conference offices.

Athlete of the Week
Alyssa Loo - Converse
Loo, a senior from Wesley Chapel, Fla., competed in 10 heats and team event for Converse last week against Coker. She competed as a base and led CU to high scores of 9.85 in both the acro six-element and open pyramid. She also helped Converse to scores of 9.80 in both the compulsory pyramid and inversion pyramid. In all, Loo helped the Valkyries record five scores 9.50 or higher.

Specialist of the Week
Sarah Williamson - Mary-Hardin Baylor
Williamson, a freshman top and tumbler from Richardson, Texas, excelled in the pyramid event for Mary-Hardin Baylor this week. Her performance was highlighted by leading the Cru to a score of 9.75 in the open pyramid. She also competed in the inversion pyramid and helped UMHB to a score of 9.45.

Freshman of the Week
Madeline Robinson - King
Robinson, a freshman top, base and tumbler from Loganville, Ga., competed in 12 heats and team event for King last week. Her performance was highlighted by a trio of compulsory scores that were higher than 9.30 (including compulsory acro, compulsory pyramid and compulsory toss). She also competed in the six-element tumbling pass and scored a 9.0 out of 9.50.

Mountain East Conference
Athlete of the Week
Emily Brock - Fairmont State
Brock, a base/tumbler from Morgantown, W.Va., helped the Fighting Falcons to a final score of 252.570 on Sunday as Brock competed in seven total events. In the pyramid heat of the Compulsory Event, Brock and the Falcons scored a 9.70 out of a starting value of 10.00 and Brock joined her teammates in the toss heat to score a 9.00. In the synchronized heat of the Toss Event, Brock notched a score of 8.60 out of a starting value of 9.40. Brock also scored an 8.00 in her duo pass of the Tumbling Event with fellow classmate Avery Keller.

Conference Carolinas
Athlete of the Week
Alyssa Loo - Converse
Loo has been selected as the Conference Carolinas acrobatics & tumbling Athlete of the Week for the second consecutive week. A senior from Wesley Chapel, Florida, Loo competed in 11 heats and she was the primary base in all of the heats in seventh-ranked Converse's 265.28-244.51 road victory over Coker on Sunday, Feb. 13. Converse scored a 9.8 or higher in four of the events she competed in prior to the team event with Loo posting a season-best 9.85 out of 10 in the 6 Element Acro.