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Nittany Lions set school record for team score at a Big Ten Championships in 2015
Tsang posts a fifth place showing in the all-around with a 39.100
Nittany Lions look to earn second straight trip to NCAA Championships in 2015
Nittany Lions will make 34th straight NCAA Regional Championship appearance in Norman, Okla.
Tsang becomes fourth Nittany Lion to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Year
|All-Around||39.500||3/22/14||Big Ten Championships|
|Vault||9.900||3/22/14||Big Ten Championships|
|Uneven Bars||9.875||3/15/14||at Big Ten Quad|
|Balance Beam||9.850||3/22/14||Big Ten Championships|
|Floor Exercise||9.925||1/18/14||Cornell, SEMO & UIC|
2014 (Junior Year)
Competed in all 14 of the team's meets, including the NCAA Regional Championships and at the NCAA Championships... Competed in the all-around in each of the team's meets...Named second team All-Big Ten...Tied for the team lead on the floor exercise and led the team in the all-around...Ranked second on the team on vault and tied for second on the uneven bars...Topped the team charts on the balance beam with a 9.800 and tied for the team-high on the floor exercise with a 9.850 at the NCAA Championships (4/18)...Also scored 9.700 on the uneven bars and 9.800 on vault at the NCAA Championships (4/18) to finish with a 39.150 in the all-around and tie for the team-high...Scored a career-high 39.500 in the all-around at the Big Ten Championships (3/22) to finish fourth...Placed second in the all-around at Rutgers with Temple and Ursinus (2/22; 39.325) and at Kentucky with Ball State and West Virginia (1/10; 39.925)...Set a career-high of 9.900 on vault at the Big Ten Championships (3/22)...Scored 9.875 four times on vault, including vs. Bridgeport, Western Michigan and Yale (2/28) to tie for the event title...Logged a career-best 9.875 on the uneven bars at No. 8 Michigan with Iowa and No. 13 Minnesota (3/15)...Scored 9.850 on the event four times; at Big Ten Championships (3/22), vs. Illinois (2/15) and did so in tying for the event title at Rutgers with Temple and Ursinus (2/22) and at Ohio State (2/1)...Set a career-best mark at 9.850 on the balance beam at the Big Ten Championships (3/22)...Scored a career-high 9.925 to win the floor exercise vs. Cornell, Southeast Missouri and UIC (1/18)...Logged a 9.900 at the Big Ten Championships (3/22) and won the event with that score vs. Illinois (2/15).
2013 (Sophomore Year)
Competed in 11 of the team's 13 meets, including at the NCAA Regional Championships...Competed on the uneven bars and balance beam...Ranked fourth on the team on the uneven bars...Scored 9.775 on the uneven bars and 9.625 on the balance beam at the NCAA Regional (4/6)...Competed on the uneven bars (9.750) and the balance beam (9.750) at the Big Ten Championships (3/23)...Set a season-best on the uneven bars with a mark of 9.875 to win the event vs. New Hampshire, Temple and Penn (3/9)...Scored 9.825 on the uneven bars at Illinois (3/2)...Tallied a score of 9.800 twice on the uneven bars; vs. Michigan State (2/23) and at Michigan (2/16)...Had a season-best score of 9.825 on the balance beam vs. Kentucky (3/16)...Tallied a balance beam score of 9.800 vs. Michigan State (2/23)...Scored 9.775 twice on the balance beam; at Illinois (3/2) and at Michigan (2/16).
2012 (Freshman Year)
Competed in all 13 of the team's meets, including at the NCAA Regional Championships... Competed on vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise...Also competed in the all-around in 12 meets...Posted a score of 9.800 to finish tied for 12th on the floor exercise at the NCAA Regional (4/7), helping her to a 12th place showing in the all-around with a score of 38.575...Scored 9.750 on vault, 9.800 on the uneven bars and 9.225 on the balance beam at the NCAA Regional (4/6)...Competed in the all-around (38.650) at the Big Ten Championships (3/24)...Scored 9.750 on vault, 9.700 on the uneven bars, 9.500 on the balance beam and 9.700 on the floor exercise at the Big Ten Championships (3/24)...Set a season-best score of 9.825 on vault twice; at North Carolina State with George Washington and William & Mary (2/11) and vs. SUNY-Brockport (2/18)...Notched a season-best showing of 9.825 on the uneven bars against Maryland (3/17)...Scored 9.800 twice on the uneven bars; vs. Pittsburgh (3/11) and at the NCAA Regional (4/6)...Posted a season-best showing of 9.825 on the balance beam at Iowa (2/3)...Set a season-high with a score of 9.875 on the floor exercise against Pittsburgh (3/11)...Posted a score of 9.850 twice on the floor exercise; vs. SUNY-Brockport (2/18) and vs. Michigan State, Cornell and Alabama (1/21)...Scored a season-best 39.150 in the all-around at North Carolina State with George Washington and William & Mary (2/11).
Competed for Docksiders Gymnastics in Millersville, Md. for Bob Ouellette...Was a five-time Regional qualifier and a four-time National qualifier...Spent seven years in Level 10 gymnastics...Member of the 2009 All-Star Team...Finished second on floor exercise and ninth in the all-around at the 2009 Junior Olympic Nationals...Finished second on uneven bars in the 2010 Maryland State Championships...Placed second on floor exercise and eighth in the all-around at 2010 Regional...Finished sixth on bars at the 2010 Junior Olympic Nationals...2011 Maryland State Champion on vault and floor exercise...Also placed second on uneven bars and in the all-around at the 2011 Maryland State Championships... 2011 Regional Champion on the uneven bars...Was a member of the National Honor Society at Archbishop Spalding High School.
Born Krystal Kate Welsh in Maryland on March 21, 1993...Daughter of Jeff and Lisa Welsh...Has two sisters, Bonnie and Victoria, and one brother, Jakob, who competed in gymnastics at Temple in 2014...Majoring in bio-behavioral health with a minor of human development and family studies...Names spending time with family and friends as her favorite hobby, the Pittsburgh Steelers as her favorite pro sports team, seafood as her favorite food, and "Suits" as her favorite television show...Is a member of the Athletic Director's Leadership Institute at Penn State.
Why Penn State?
"I chose to attend Penn State because of the excellent athletics, as well as the challenging academics. I also love the feeling you get from all the students and faculty that `We Are...Penn State' and we are a family."
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