Stephanie Goldstein
Stephanie Goldstein
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Plano, Texas
High School: Plano West

2012-13 Team Captain

Personal Bests:

Vault: 9.575 (3/8/2012)

Bars: 9.4 (3/11/2011)

Beam: 9.675 (2/6/2011)

Floor: 9.75 (1/22/2012)

All-around: 38.075 (2/19/2011)

2012: Competed vault, beam and floor for the Bulldogs in every meet of the season ... Second on floor at the opening meet of the season with a career-high 9.75 ... Third on floor at a dual meet with Penn ... Second on floor at Yale's home meet against SCSU ... Placed fifth on floor at the Ivy Classic with a 9.725 ... Scored a season-high 9.575 on vault against George Washington with a layout yurchenko ... Won the 2012 ECAC Scholar-Athlete Award for gymnastics.

2011: Given an Outstanding Contribution Award for her performance in 2011 … Consistently a top performer in 2011, competing all-around at every meet but one … Won the all-around and placed second on vault and floor, third on bars at the season opener … Won beam with a personal best of 9.675 at the home opener and placed third all-around … Won floor and the all-around with personal bests of 9.7 and 38.075, respectively, at the home meet against SCSU.

2010: Played a huge role in the Bulldogs’ success during her freshman year, competing in the all-around at every competition … One of Yale’s most consistent gymnasts in 2010, especially on the floor exercise, scoring below a 9.400 only once … Finished in the top three in the all-around competition at the Springfield dual and tri-meets.

High School: Earned a pair of individual silver medals (vault and bars) and an individual bronze medal (all-around) as a part of the United States team that won the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Maccabi Games in Buenos Aires.

Personal: Majors in molecular, cellular and developmental biology … Why Yale?: "I love all of the things that Yale has to offer: amazing academics, a close-knit and talented gymnastics team, a diverse and passionate student body and so many opportunities for learning and growth in all areas of my life.”