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Amy Borsellino
Position: All-Around
Height: 5'1"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Boonton, N.J.
Club: North Stars Gymnastics
Experience: 3 Letters
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Amy Borsellino
Courtesy: Robby Edwards, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 10/18/2012

AS A JUNIOR (2012)
Amy Borsellino had a breakthrough season. Capitalizing on an opportunity, she stepped into an all-around role and lifted the team into the NCAA Championship and on to the Super Six.

She competed as an all-arounder six times with her scores counting for the team in 22 of the 24 events. In the postseason, she was consistent with three consecutive 39.30 all-around scores. In the NCAA Fayetteville Regional, Borsellino was sixth in the all-around, third on floor (9.90) and sixth on vault (9.875). Her floor score ties for third-best in school history in regional competition.

In the NCAA Session II semifinal, she helped Arkansas score the second-most points in school history (197.15) and advance to the Super Six for the second time in four years. Her third straight 39.30 tied for 12th in the all-around in the Super Six.

Borsellino won the first event title of her career on March 10 with a career-high tying 9.90 vault at No. 28 West Virginia. She competed on bars for the first time in her career against No. 18 Minnesota and responded with a career-high 9.825. Borsellino also had career highs of 9.875 on beam at WVU, 9.90 on floor at No. 16 Missouri and in the NCAA Regional, and a 39.35 AA at WVU to finish second.

She placed third on vault and fourth on floor in the win over Kentucky, third on vault, and fourth on bars and floor in the win over Minnesota, and third on floor at Missouri.

Borsellino earned the team's Dana McQuillin Coaches Award and was named to the UA Honor Roll.

Borsellino provided a boost at the end of the year and her late-season run led to All-America honors. She earned first-team All-America honors on vault with a 9.90 in the NCAA Championship Session I semifinal and earned a spot in the NCAA individual event finals where she placed 15th. 

For the last five meets of the year, including the postseason, Borsellino was solid with her scores counting in all five meets.

In the win over No. 27 West Virginia, she tied for third on floor with a 9.80. At No. 18 Denver the following week, Borsellino tied for fourth with a 9.875 on floor and a 9.80 on vault. At the SEC Championship, she had a 9.825 vault and a 9.775 on floor to help the Razorbacks to a program-best fourth-place finish.

Borsellino helped Arkansas win the NCAA North Central Regional, and top No. 1 Florida for the second time during the season, with a 9.85 vault and floor, tying for fifth and eighth, respectively. In the NCAA Championship Session I Semifinal, she had a 9.90 vault and 9.825 floor, tying for fifth on vault. The 9.90 vault score ties for second-best in school history at the NCAA Championship.

Borsellino competed in six meets, all on vault. Her score counted four times in the six meets. In the season-opening win over No. 20 Arizona, she had the team's second-best vault score of 9.75 and placed third.

She had a season-high 9.825 in the win over No. 22 Minnesota and tied for fourth, helping Arkansas to a team total of 196.925 points. In the post-season, Borsellino had a 9.800 in the NCAA West Regional at UCLA, helping Arkansas advance to the NCAA Championship for the third straight year.

A native of Boonton, N.J., Borsellino competed for North Stars Gymnastics, the same club to produce former Razorbacks Dana McQuillin and Jaime Pisani, and UA assistant coach Samantha Cortez.

In 2009, she set the New Jersey state record with a 9.85 on vault. She also won state titles on vault and beam. At the Region VII championship, she was beam, floor and all-around champion. Borsellino's senior season was capped off by winning the Junior Olympic Level 10 national vault title.

Borsellino led North Star to the 2008 USA Gymnastics New Jersey title, setting the team score state record of 190.675. She set a record with a 38.55 in the all-around, finishing with a 9.725 on beam and floor, and a 9.55 on vault and bars. At the Region VII Championship, Borsellino placed fifth on vault, third on bars and beam, ninth on floor and qualified to the Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championship. At nationals, Borsellino placed second in the all-around, which placed her on the USAG National Team. In addition, she represented Region VII on its all-star team in a competition in Puerto Rico. During the 2008 season, Borsellino won the prestigious Parkette Invitational while assisting her club, North Star, to the team title.

Amy Lynn Borsellino is the oldest of two children to Philip and Diane Amberg-Borsellino. She has a younger brother, Mark, and is majoring in kinesiology.

Career Highs
Vault 9.90 at NCAA SI Semi 2011
 9.90 at #28 W. Va. 2012
Bars 9.825 #18 Minnesota 2012
Beam 9.875 at #28 W. Va. 2012
Floor 9.90 at #16 Missouri 2012
 9.90 NCAA Reg. 2012*
AA 39.35 at #28 W. Va. 2012
*Most Recent

2012 Season Highs
Vault 9.90 at #28 West Virginia
Bars 9.825 #18 Minnesota
Beam 9.875 at #28 West Virginia
Floor 9.90 at #16 Missouri
 9.90 NCAA Reg.
AA 39.35 at #28 West Virginia

2012 Event Titles
At #28 West Virginia

All-American (1st team) 2011 (V)
NCAA Event Finals 2011 (V 15th)

Team Awards
Dana McQuillin Coaches Award 2012

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