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Scarlett Williams
Position: V, BB
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Baton Rouge, La.
Club: Elite Gymnastics
Experience: 2 Letters
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Scarlett Williams
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 10/19/2012

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CAREER BESTS 9.925
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HONORS AND AWARDS:
Rookie Razorback Leadership Academy - 2010-11

TEAM AWARDS:
Katie Hardman Gym'Back Pride Award - 2012

ACADEMIC HONORS:
SEC Academic Honor Roll - 2013
SEC Academic Honor Roll - 2012

AS A JUNIOR (2013)
Scarlett Williams was sidelined with an Achilles tear during the 2013 season. She was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for her performance in the classroom.
 
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)
Williams was a regular in the vault and beam lineup, and also competed on floor for several meets. Williams closed the season strong as Arkansas earned an NCAA Regional bid for the ninth straight season, advanced to the NCAA Championship for the fifth consecutive year and qualified for the Super Six for the second time in four years.

Williams’ beam score counted for the team in 14 of 15 meets and her vault score counted 12 times. She set career highs with a 9.925 vault at the Super Six and a 9.875 on beam three times. Williams was in the floor lineup for five meets, including four straight leading up to the SEC Championship, and had a high of 9.775 at No. 28 West Virginia.

In the NCAA Fayetteville Regional, she had a 9.825 on vault and a 9.75 on beam. In the NCAA Championship Session II semifinal, she had a 9.85 beam and a 9.80 vault as Arkansas scored the second-most points in school history (197.15) and advanced to the Super Six. In the Super Six, Williams ended the season with a career-best 9.925 on vault, which tied for eighth, and a 9.775 on beam.

She opened the season with a career-high 9.875 on beam to help Arkansas win the Cancun Classic over No. 12 LSU, No. 17 Auburn, No. 19 Arizona and No. 25 Iowa. Williams matched her then-career high of 9.80 on vault as Arkansas scored a school-record 197.225 and moved up to No. 1 in the nation the following week. Williams followed with career-high matching 9.80 vaults the next two weeks against Georgia and Oklahoma before topping it with a 9.875 at No. 6 Alabama.

Competing in three events at West Virginia, she matched her high of 9.875 on beam, had a 9.85 vault and the career-best 9.775 on floor.

Williams finished fourth on vault against WVU (9.85) and Auburn (9.80). On beam, she was second at Missouri (9.825) and against Auburn (9.875), and third at WVU (9.875).

Williams was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and to UA’s Honor Roll, and earned the team’s Katie Hardman Gym’Back Pride Award.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)
Williams contributed on vault and beam as a freshman, competing in all 14 meets on beam and in 10 on vault. Her scores counted for the team total in 14-of-14 meets on beam and eight times on vault for a percentage of .917. Williams had five top five finishes on beam and three on vault.

On beam, Williams earned a season-high of 9.775 at No. 4 Oklahoma, at No. 22 Auburn and against No. 27 West Virginia. She also earned a runner-up finish at No. 27 Kentucky (9.75). Williams’ high on vault was a 9.80, which she earned twice – against BYU and WVU.
    
Williams’ 9.725 beam at the NCAA North Central Regional helped Arkansas beat No. 1 Florida and win the team title, and advance to the NCAA Championship for the fourth straight year. Williams had a 9.70 beam at the NCAA Championship, helping Arkansas finish fourth in the Session I semifinal and tie for ninth in the country.

ELITE GYMNASTICS
Williams competed at Elite Gymnastics in Baton Rouge, La. She was a three-time Junior Olympic qualifier, and a Region VIII and Louisiana state champion.

The 2010 season showed Williams making a strong appearance on the state, regional and national scene. In May at the J.O. Level 10 National Championship in Dallas, Williams tied for ninth on vault (9.525) and tied for ninth in the all-around (37.375). Competing against teammates Katherine Grable and Bailee Zumwalde, her two top 10 places put an exclamation point on the competition for the Razorbacks. During the 2010 competitive season, Williams won vault, beam, floor and all-around titles at the state meet, and was runner-up on beam and third in the all-around at the Region VIII meet.

In 2009, Williams won state titles on beam, bars, floor and in the all-around. Additionally she came in third on beam. This launched a successful performance at the Region VIII Championship. At regionals, Williams won titles on beam and in the all-around. Her second-place finish on vault along with her third-place on bars and fourth-place on floor qualified her to the J.O. Level 10 National Championship for the second time. At nationals, Williams had a solid competition, placing 13th on floor and 11th on vault. However, most impressive were her two 10th-place finishes on beam and in the all-around.

In 2008, she won the AA title at the Houston Invitational.

In 2007, Williams made her first appearance at the J.O. Level 10 National Championship.

Her personal bests were 9.725 on vault, 9.50 on bars, 9.575 on beam, 9.475 on floor and 38.00 in the all-around.

ST. JOSEPH’S
Williams graduated from St. Joseph’s Academy with a 3.3 grade point average.

PERSONAL
Scarlett Ashley Williams is the youngest of two children to Ray and Roychelle Williams. She is majoring in business.


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