Tanya Ho
Tanya  Ho

Elk Grove, Calif.

High School:
St. Francis HS '06

Volunteer Assistant

Exercise Biology



Gymnastics announces new captains, honors Outstanding Contributions

Agah, Yektaparast voted to team's leadership positions; four Aggies earn Outstanding Contribution awards


Hebert named top gymnast, Brown wins two MPSF titles

Brown ties school and conference record with 9.925 on beam


UC Davis heads to MPSF Championships as top seed

Aggies pursue seventh all-time conference team title


UC Davis enters short practice week before SJSU road meet

Aggies coming off 194.950 at Air Force, T6th in school history among road scores


New year means new faces for Aggie gymnastics

UC Davis launches 2018 season at NorCal Classic

One of the most successful gymnasts in program history, Tanya Ho remains at her alma mater as a volunteer assistant coach.

A native of nearby Elk Grove, Ho captured a total of 13 All-MPSF honors, nine Gymnast of the Week awards, plus an Athlete of the Year nod in 2010. On the larger scene, she became the first Aggie to qualify for an NCAA regional three times, and the second (after Cheryl Sidel) to reach the region meet as an all-arounder in back-to-back years.

On March 28, 2008, the sophomore Ho became the third UC Davis gymnast to crack the 39-point barrier in the all-around. She hit a 39.025 to capture the MPSF individual championship.

Ho graduated from UC Davis with a degree in exercise biology.