2006: First-Team All-American on vault, beam and the all-around. Second-Team All-American on bars. Along with Courtney Kupets, became just the seventh and eighth Gym Dogs to earn multiple First-Team All-America honors as freshmen. Her all-around performances at the NCAA Championships helped Georgia to its seventh national title, as she had a 39.475 in the prelims and 39.45 in the Super Six Finals. In that Super Six her 9.95 on vault was the final event of the night for Georgia. Tied for the floor title at the SE Regional with a 9.9. All-SEC with a 39.4 in the all-around at Georgia's win in Birmingham. Sparked Georgia's beam lineup in the last three meets of the regular season at Utah and Michigan with scores at and above 9.85. Didn't slow down on beam in the post-season, scoring a 9.9 in the NCAA prelims and a 9.85 in the Super Six. At the end of the regular season she ranked seventh nationally in the vault rankings and scored at least a 9.9 on that event in eight meets. Had the highest-scoring meet of her career with a 39.5 in the all-around against Oklahoma and answered that with a pair of 9.9s on vault and bars in the UCLA meet. Again had two 9.9s in the same meet at Auburn on floor and vault. A 9.975 on vault against LSU. Competed on three events at the Cancun Classic, getting her best score of a 9.875 on vault. Her vault and beam (9.775) totals were Georgia's highest of the Classic on those events.
High School/Club: Made it a threepeat last spring when she earned the all-around victory for the third straight year at the Level 10 Women's JO National Championships...She was first on bars, beam and floor with an all-around score of 38.975, besting the field by over half a point...At the 2004 Level 10 National meet she was catapulted to her win in the all-around by a first-place finish on beam, second on bars and floor and fourth on vault...Texas USA Gymnast of the Year and MSO National Gymnast of the Year...In 2003 she finished first on beam, second on floor and third on bars...She also won a Texas State championship and Level 10 region title in the all-around...She trained at Texas Dreams and was coached by world all-around champion Kim Zmeskal-Burdette and Chris Burdette. She is the daughter of Cotton and Melissa Tolnay...Recipient of the James E. and Peggy A. Hickey Memorial Scholarship.