2002: USAG ALL-AMERICAN on bars, tying for 4th (9.750)... Put up solid numbers in all four events despite injury-plagued season... Sat out five meets on bars, but came to post five 9.700-plus outings... Scored career-high 9.875 in USAG team final, 2nd all-time on UC Davis’ performers’ list...Made first career all-around appearance at Sacramento State, recording 38.525 despite a miss on beam... Put up career-best 9.850 on beam vs. Seattle Pacific the week before, 3rd on Aggie career high list... Scored 9.800 on bars, career-high 9.825 on floor at San Jose State.
2001: Enjoyed breakout season, ranking among the top bars performers in the nation, finishing 6th in USAG with RQS of 9.735... Scored career-high 9.800 at San Jose State... Also turned in 9.750 four times, most recently in the national team final... Never dropped below 9.525 in 13 appearances.
2000: Competed in every meet on bars... Scored career-high 9.575 at home vs. UC Berkeley... Had best vault in home quad meet, scoring 9.475... Appeared in vault lineup in three meets.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from La Costa Canyon HS in 1999... Lettered three years in gymnastics... Won individual all-around at both state and regionals in 1999... Team won Avocado League her senior year, runner-up during junior year... Posted 4.2 GPA... Also competed for San Diego’s Sea Wind Gymnastics for three years.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 8, 1981 in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in environmental toxicology... Daughter of Michael Schwaebe... Sister Gaea was a pole vaulter at UC Davis last season... Sports hero is Lance Armstrong... Plans to attend graduate school, but may postpone that in favor of stunt work (á la former Aggie gymnasts Shauna Duggins and Yuri Hinson)... Given the chance to invite three historical figures to a dinner, she would gather Crazy Horse, Eleanor Roosevelt and “the caveman who first made fire.”