Stacey Magiera
Stacey Magiera


Carpentersville, Ill.

High School:


2004 Highlights: Steady contributor on bars and beam...competed in every meet...competed once on vault, posting career-high 9.575 versus Washington, Utah and Iowa...saved best for last on bars, posting 9.850 for fourth place at Midwest Independent Championships...earned season-high 9.8 on beam against Ball State for second place in event...placed tenth on beam at conference championships with a 9.650...turned in a 9.575 on bars and a 9.750 on beam at the South Central Regional on April 3rd.

2003 Highlights: Placed third overall on the balance beam with a score of 9.825 at the Illinois Triangular...won the balance beam title against Illinois State with a score of 9.875...took home the balance beam title with a score of 9.85 and earned a runner-up finish on the uneven bars with a mark of 9.875 against Northern Illinois on March 15th...had a team-best score of 9.55 on the balance beam against Iowa on March 2nd...had a 9.8 on the balance beam against Western Michigan on January 25th...scored a 9.85 on the uneven bars at the Illinois Classic...posted scores of 9.875 (uneven bars) and 9.85 (balance beam) at the Midwest Independent Championships...performed admirably at the NCAA Regionals on the balance beam (9.6) and uneven bars (9.5).

2002 Highlights: Recorded a pair of 9.775 efforts on the beam on back-to-back weekends, helping UIC to a win over Illinois State and a first-place finish at the Illinois Classic...posted a 9.850 on the beam at the Midwest Independent Conference Championship Meet, which tied her for sixth place.

Prep/Personal: Competed for the American Academy of Gymnastics in Wheeling, Illinois...served as Barrington's team captain as a junior and a senior...helped Barrington to a IHSA state title in 2000...garnered All-American honors in four events and the all-around competition...holds the state record on the uneven bars with a 9.95...took home five state titles during her high school career...became first gymnast in IHSA history to record a 10.0 on the uneven bars...earned Academic All-Conference honors...two-year selection as the Barrington High School Athlete of the Year...daughter of Hank and Nancy Magiera...born on July 15, 1982...majoring in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology.