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Alyson Cacciatore
Alyson Cacciatore

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Glenview, Ill.

High School:
Glenbrook South

Height:
5-2

Event:
All-Around


2004 Highlights: Competed in every event in every meet for the Flames...took home five all-around titles, the most on the team...took the vault, bars and all-around titles at the 2004 Midwest Independent Conference Championships...garnered 2004 All-Midwest Independent Conference honors...posted a 38.696 all-around average...tied for an outstanding fifth place on uneven bars at the NCAA South Central Regional on April 3rd with a 9.925...also tied teammate Veronique Meunier for the team lead on vault at the regional with a 9.825...led UIC on uneven bars in the season opener at Arkansas with a 9.825...followed that up with a second-place finish on floor exercise with a 9.8 against Illinois...took home her first all-around crown against then-No. 15 Arizona with a season-high 39.325...took a second straight all-around title with a 39.100 against SEMO...won the bars and floor titles against Ball State with a 9.875 score on bars and career-high 9.925 on the mat...led UIC on floor against Iowa and Illinois State on Feb. 20th with a 9.625 while sharing second in the all-around with a 38.725...grabbed the vault (9.900) and all-around (39.275) titles against Western Michigan on Feb. 29th...UIC's leader on uneven bars and all-around against Washington, Utah and Iowa with a 9.875 bars score and a 39.125 total tally... tied teammate Jackie Jaworowicz for second on floor with a 9.9 at the State of Illinois Classic...was first on bars (9.9), first on floor (9.875), second on vault (9.875), and first in the all-around (38.975) against Illinois State on March 17th.

2003 Highlights: Placed fourth on the balance beam (9.75) and sixth on the uneven bars (9.75) in the season-opening meet at Cal-State Fullerton...captured the all-around title (39.25) against Western Michigan, which included first-place finishes on the floor exercise (9.9), uneven bars (9.9) and a runner-up mark of 9.825 on the balance beam...took home two first-place finishes against Southeast Missouri State on the vault (9.75) and uneven bars (9.9)...took home the all-around title with a score of 39.075 at the Kentucky Quadrangular...placed second overall on the uneven bars (9.875) at the Illinois Triangular...garnered the all-around title with a score of 39.05, including first-place finishes on the floor exercise (9.9) and uneven bars (9.875)...picked up another all-around title at the Ball State triangular with a mark of 38.8....earned first-place honors on the uneven bars (9.85) against Iowa on March 2nd...finished first in the all-around (39.05) against Illinois State, with first-place finishes on the floor exercise (9.9), uneven bars (9.9) and a second-place mark of 9.75 on the balance beam...set a school-record with an All-Around score of 39.55 at the Illinois Classic, including a school-record mark of 9.925 on the vault and a third-place finish of 9.875 on the uneven bars...set a school-record with a score of 9.95 on the uneven bars, along with a first-place win on the vault (9.9) and a third-place finish in the all-around (39.15) at the Midwest Independent Championships...had a mark of 9.8 on the uneven bars at the NCAA Regionals.

2002 Highlights: Garnered All-Midwest Independent Conference honors after tying for third in the conference meet on the beam with a career-best score of 9.875...won the beam at Illinois State with a 9.85 on Feb. 12...tabbed a 9.225 on the beam in her first collegiate meet on Feb. 2nd.

Prep/Personal: Captured 2000 Illinois High School Association All-Around Championship...four-year Elite All-American selection...four-time IHSA state finalist...served as Glenbrook South's co-captain for four years...competed for American Academy Gymnastics in Wheeling, IL...accumulated Level 10 Club Gymnast status for seven years...three-time Level 10 national qualifier...member of Region 5 National Championship team...daughter of Paul and Tammy Cacciatore...born on May 6, 1983...majoring in psychology.

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