|High School:||International Connections Academy|
|Residential College:||Ezra Stiles|
Vault: 9.600 (3/10/2016)
Beam: 9.725 (1/20/2018)
Floor: 9.900 (2/3/2019)
Post-Graduation: Earning a Master's Degree at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health
2019: Competed beam and floor ... Earned a career-high first-place on floor (9.900) at Don Tonry Invitational ... Third-place at Ivy Classics on floor (9.825) ... Floor runner-up against Penn (9.825) ... Floor champion against Brown (9.800) ... Floor runner-up against UNh (9.850) ... Third-place beam against UNH (9.750) ... Holds tenth-highest team beam record in program history ... Member of the ECAC Division I Women's Gymnastics All-Academic Team
Summer 2018: During the summer, she was in New Haven working on her senior thesis research in the Yale Infant Cognition Lab where she amis studying what young infants understand about their social world.
2018: Competed beam and floor ... Member of the ECAC Division I Women's Gymnastics All-Academic Team ... USAG National Scholar Athlete ... Placed third on floor at Ivy Classic (9.800) ... Placed third on beam at home against Penn (9.725) ... Top 20 on beam at Iowa State, Ivy Classic, Maryland, Rutgers, Towson and USAG Nationals ... Placed third on floor at Bridgport (9.825) ... Named 2018-19 Team Captain
2017: Competed beam and floor ... First team All-American for floor exercise ... Competed in beam, floor and vault ... Finished third overall with season best in floor against Penn (9.825) ... Fourth overall in floor at Ivy League Classic (9.700) ... Fifth in floor against George Washington … Sixth in beam against Brown ... Qualified for USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships floor exercise final.
2016: Competed on vault, balance beam and floor exercise for the Bulldogs...Tied for first place on floor exercise at the Penn meet (9.725)...ECAC Rookie of the Week...Third on floor at Ivy Classic...Earned a career high on vault at Bridgeport (9.600)...Earned a career high on floor at Maryland.
High School: Level 10 gymnast from Stars Gymnastics training center in Houston, Texas...2nd on floor and 16th in the all-around at the 2014 Junior Olympic NIT National Championships...finished 1st on floor and 7th in all-around at the same competition in 2013.
Questions with Alleyne:
Who is your biggest influence? Why? "My mom is definitely my biggest influence, as she is the one who continues to show me what it means to be a strong and intelligent woman who strives to use their voice to help themselves and others."
Favorite event? Why? "Although floor is a close second, my favorite event is beam because it takes so much focus and trust in yourself, but is exhilarating when you land a skill perfectly."
Why Yale? "I first chose Yale because I wanted to be in an environment that felt comfortable, a place where critical thinking is encouraged whether we are sitting in class or eating at a dining hall, and on a varsity team where I could compete in Division 1 gymnastics. This place has not only become home, but has given me the space to become a person that I love, both in and out of the lecture hall. Most importantly, I get to grow with and around extraordinary people that continue to challenge my world view."