Position
All-around
Height
5'3
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Clearwater, Fla.
Previous School
Tampa Bay Turners
High School
Clearwater HS

Updated 6/27/06

Three-time All-American
Academic All-American
Three-time Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll

A three-time All-American, she was recognized twice on the beam (2005 and 2006) and once on the floor (2006) … Shares the LSU school records on the beam and floor having posted perfect 10.00s on both events … An Academic All-America selection, she was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll on three separate occasions.

SENIOR SEASON (2006)
Was recognized as an All-America selection for the second straight year, earning second-team honors on both the beam and floor after posting scores of 9.825 and 9.850, respectively, at the NCAA Championships … Beam accolade marked her second straight in the event, while her floor recognition was the first of her career … Competed on the vault, beam and floor in every meet for the Tigers in 2006 … Proved to be the Tigers’ most consistent performer on the beam, leading the team with a 9.802 season average … Won three beam titles on the year, taking home top honors at the TWU quad meet (9.850) and against Georgia (9.925) and UCLA (9.875) … Also posted two wins on the floor, notching victories against Kentucky (9.900) and Auburn (9.925) … Finished the year with a 9.812 season average on the floor, while posting five scores of 9.900 or better … On the vault, recorded a season-best 9.800 twice – at Georgia and against UCLA … Scored 9.775s against Oklahoma and at the SEC Championships … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for a third straight year.

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
A mainstay in the Tigers’ beam and floor lineups she also saw limited action on the vault as a junior … Was named a second-team All-America selection on the beam after scoring a 9.825 on the event at the NCAA Championships … One of the Tigers’ most dependable athletes on the beam she scored a 9.725 or higher on 13 of her 16 routines … Notched a season-high 9.950 at Oklahoma … Scored a 9.800 or better on 10 of her 12 floor routines during the year … Finished tied for first on the event with teammate Ashleigh Clare-Kearney at Ohio State, scoring a season-high 9.950 … Recorded a 9.925 against Arkansas … Twice posted a 9.875, first against Florida and then against Michigan State … Finished the year with season averages of 9.720 on the beam and 9.742 on the floor … Competed on the vault twice for the Tigers, scoring a 9.700 on both occasions … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second straight season.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
One of LSU’s most consistent performers, she competed primarily on the beam and floor as a sophomore … Scored a perfect 10.00 on both the beam and the floor during the season … Notched the perfect mark on the floor at TWU and on the beam at Centenary … Scored a 9.825 or better on 11 of her 14 beam routines, averaging a 9.823 for the season … On the floor, scored a 9.800 or better on 12 of her 14 routines … Averaged a 9.825 on the event throughout the year … Was sensational against Ohio State, scoring a 9.900 on the beam and a 9.925 on the floor … Recorded a 9.850 on the beam and a 9.900 on the floor at the SEC Championships … Notched a pair of 9.875s on the beam and floor at Georgia … Competed on the vault three times for the Tigers, posting a season-high 9.725 against Kentucky … Also posted marks of 9.900 on the beam and 9.925 on the floor against the Wildcats … A member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
A tremendous talent, she was sensational on three events for the Tigers during her inaugural campaign … Won two individual event titles during the season, claiming both on the balance beam … Recorded a meet-winning 9.950 against Georgia and a top mark of 9.925 against Arkansas … Posted 11 top-three individual event finishes during the season, earning seven on the beam and two on both the vault and floor exercise … Posted a 9.800 or better on the beam nine times … Scored a 9.900 in her collegiate debut on the floor against Kentucky and Centenary … Matched that mark at the NCAA West Regionals … Posted a career-high 9.825 on the vault at the season-opening Bahama Breeze Invitational … Again scored a 9.825 on the vault at Centenary … Finished the year with season averages of 9.840 on the floor, 9.720 on the beam and 9.709 on the vault … Her 9.840 average on the floor ranked second among the Tigers in 2003, while her beam average was third.

CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL
Attended Clearwater High School in Clearwater, Fla. … Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish National Honor Society and the Math National Honor Society … Trained at Tampa Bay Turners under coaches Brad Harris and Mary Linnemeyer … Three-time national qualifier (2000-02) … Runner-up on the vault and beam at the 2002 national championships … Regional champion on the vault and floor in 2002 … Won the vault and beam at the 2001 regional championships … Level 9 East National vault champion in 2000 … Won the vault, bars and all-around regional titles that same year … Was also the state champion on the vault, bars and in the all-around in 2000 … Helped her team to the Level 9 state championship in 2000 and the Level 10 state title in 2001.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Robert Martinjak and Karen Howard … Has a younger brother, Tony … Born June 4, 1984, in Seoul, Korea … A kinesiology major.

MARTINJAK’S CAREER HIGHS
Vault – 9.825 twice
Beam – 10.00 at Centenary 3/12/04
Floor – 10.00 at Texas Woman’s/Arizona 2/23/04

INDIVIDUAL TITLES
Beam: 6
Floor: 4
Total: 10

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