2011 (Senior) Named Second Team All-SEC. Finished second on vault with a 9.825 in the season-opener at No. 16 Denver. Scored a 9.9 as the floor anchor and a 9.825 on beam vs. No. 18 West Virginia. Won the vault title with a career-high tying 9.95 vs. Auburn; also scored a 9.825. Scored a team-high 9.85 on vault at Kentucky. Tied then-season high with 9.825 on beam at No. 11 Arkansas. Posted season-high scores on beam (9.9) and floor (9.925) in addition to a 9.85 on vault vs. No. 1 Florida. Posted scores of 9.9 on floor, 9.875 on beam and 9.85 on vault vs. No. 5 Alabama. Scored a pair of 9.825s on vault and beam at No. 8 UCLA. Tied her career-high with a 9.95 on vault and added a pair of 9.825s on beam and floor vs. No. 9 Michigan. Tied for second on beam with a 9.9 at the SEC Championship. Scored a 9.85 on floor and a 9.825 on beam in the NCAA Athens Regional. posted a 9.825 on vault at the NCAA Championships.
2010 (Junior) Competed in all 13 meets and won two event titles: one on vault and one on floor. First Team All-SEC (SEC Vault Champion) Was runner-up on vault with a 9.900 at the NCAA Columbia Regional and tied for third on beam with a 9.825; also scored a 9.850 on floor. Won the SEC vault title with a 9.900; also scored a 9.850 on floor. Scored a 9.925 on floor and tied her season-high with a 9.900 on vault vs. NC State. Won the floor title with a career-high 9.950 vs. No. 3 UCLA; also scored a season-high 9.900 on vault. Scored a 9.825 on vault and a 9.850 on floor vs. No. 10 LSU. Set a then-season-high with a 9.875 on floor and tied then-season-highs with a 9.850 on vault and a 9.875 on floor at No. 4 Florida. Finished third on beam with a season-high 9.900 and also posted a 9.825 on floor vs. No. 11 Kentucky. Posted a 9.850 on vault, 9.875 on beam and 9.825 on floor at No. 6 Utah. Scored a 9.825 on vault at No. 4 Alabama.
2009 (Sophomore) Appeared in every meet on beam and on floor. Established her career high of 9.925 on floor against Michigan. Set career highs of 9.95 and 9.925 on vault and beam, respectively, against UCLA. Won the vault title against the Bruins. Competed as an all-arounder for the first time in her career against Kentucky and Centenary, debuting on bars as a collegian and scoring a 39.3 in the all-around. Named the recipient of the William K. Holmes Scholarship.
2008 (Freshman): Earned Second-Team All-America honors on beam, tying a career-high 9.85 at the NCAA Prelims to open the meet. Followed that with a 9.8 in the Super Six Finals. Named to All-SEC Freshman Team. Competed her first routine as the leadoff on floor at Utah, posting a 9.825. Inserted into the floor lineup against Arkansas in a last-minute change, scored a career-high 9.875. In her first collegiate vault, scored a 9.8 against Michigan. Set the season high on vault (9.85) and tied a career high (9.85) on beam against UCLA.
Club/International: Trained at Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy under Mary Lee Tracy, the same gym as former Gym Dogs Kelsey Ericksen, Karin and Kristi Lichey, Sam Muhleman, Sierra Sapunar, Brittany Smith and Samantha Sheehan. Was a two-time U.S. Elite Team member and an alternate for the 2006 U.S. World Championship team. Placed sixth in the all-around at the 2005 and 2006 U.S. Classic. Invited by Coach Marta Karolyi to compete at a World Cup meet in Ghent, Belgium, placing third on beam and sixth on bars. Competed in the 2005 and 2006 Visa Championships. Came in second on floor in the USA vs. Great Britain meet in Ireland in 2007. Placed third on floor in the USA vs. the World meet in Texas in 2007. Represented Georgia in the 2008 Tour Of Gymnastics Superstars stop in Atlanta by doing an exhibition floor routine.
Community Service: Volunteers for Special Olympics. Participates in the Clarke County Mentoring Program, counseling an elementary school student.
Personal: Born Aug. 15, 1989. Daughter of Cathy and Dan Mauro and has two older siblings, Danielle and Ryan. Major: Speech and communications.