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Acrobatics & Tumbling Athletes of the Week – Feb. 9-13, 2021
Awards are given by NCATA and conference offices.

Athlete of the Week
Catherine Reynolds - King
Reynolds, a junior top, base and tumbling from Fairfax, Va., competed in 10 heats and team event as the Tornado picked up a season-opening win over Lander. In her debut at King, her performance was highlighted by setting a new program record with a score of 9.875 in the open pass of the tumbling event. She also helped King record a 9.50 in the synchronized pyramid and a 9.45 in both the five-element acro and compulsory toss heats.

Specialist of the Week
Marita Musser - Limestone
Musser, a senior from Mohnton, Pa., helped Limestone record a trio of scored of 9.90 or higher in the pyramid event as Limestone opened the season with a win over Belmont Abbey. After beginning with a 9.90 in the inversion heat, Musser boosted the Saints to a team-record 9.95 in the synchronized pyramid before propelling Limestone in the open pyramid to its first-ever perfect 10.0 in program history. The total event score of 29.850 in the pyramid event also set a new limestone record. Musser was also named the Conference Carolinas Athlete of the Week on Wednesday.

Freshman of the Week
Alexis Wynn - King
Wynn, a freshman base and tumbler from Waynesville, Ohio, competed in four heats and team event during her debut with the King University Acrobatics & Tumbling team last week. Her performance was highlighted by a 9.10 out of a possible 9.40 in the six-element tumbling pass. She also contributed as the Tornado scored a 9.15 in the compulsory pyramid, and also competed in team event to help King score a 91.62 in their final performance of the meet.

Conference Carolinas

Athlete of the Week
Marita Musser - Limestone
A senior from Mohnton, Pennsylvania, Musser won all seven of the heats in which she competed in Limestone’s 263.290-247.000 season-opening win over conference foe Belmont Abbey. Musser was the top for all three heats in the pyramid event with the Saints combining for a team-record 29.850 out of 30 points in the event. Musser was one of five athletes to compete in the open pyramid heat in which Limestone registered a perfect 10 for the first time in program history.