St. Petersburg, Fla.
Previous School
Tampa Bay Tuners
High School
St. Petersburg HS

2010 NCAA National Bars Runner Up
2010 First Team All-American (UB)
2010 SEC Community Service Team Member
2009 First Team All-American (UB)
2008 First Team All-American (UB)
2007 SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll

Became LSU’s first three-time First Team All-American on bars, and she is the only Tiger to earn three First Team honors (Annie Gagnon earned three All-America honors on bars but two were Second Team) … Ended her career with an outstanding 9.9250 bars score to finish as the national runner up at the NCAA Individual Event Finals, becoming the first LSU gymnast to finish second nationally on bars … Earned her third First Team All-America honor on bars with a 9.90 in the NCAA Championship Prelims (4/22) … Finished the season ranked 16th nationally on bars with a 9.885 regional qualifying score … Picked up five individual titles during the season, tied for second most on the team … Finished her career with 16 total titles – 11 on bars and five on beam … Tallied bars titles with a 9.95 at the Lady Luck Invitational (1/15), 9.875 vs. Auburn (1/22), 9.875 at Arkansas (2/19) and a 9.925 vs. Oregon State (3/5) … Her one beam title came against Maryland (1/8) to open the season as she scored a 9.80 … Competed in the all-around for the first time in her career as a senior as she competed on vault the first six meets of the season … Recorded a career high 39.125 all-around mark against Texas Woman’s (2/12) … Tied her career high on floor with a 9.875 against Iowa (3/12) and tied her career mark on bars with a 9.95 at the Lady Luck Invite … Set a career best of 9.80 on vault against Alabama (2/5) … Scored at least a 9.825 or higher on bars in nine straight meets to end the season … Posted a 9.80 or higher 28 times during the season and a 9.90 or higher four times … Was solid at the NCAA Northeast Regional at Penn State (4/10) when she tallied a 9.875 on bars and 9.825’s on beam and floor … An integral part of LSU’s upset of Oregon State in the Third Annual Etta James Memorial Meet with a 9.925 on bars, 9.85 on beam and 9.825 on floor … Named to the SEC Community Service Team for her leadership in service projects.

Earned First Team All-America honors for the second straight years on bars with a 9.875 at the NCAA Championship Prelims (4/16) … Excelled for the Tigers on bars, beam and floor and competed in all three events every meet … Finished the season ranked No. 25 nationally on beam with a 9.870 RQS … Set a career high with a 9.90 on beam, earning the score three times … Tallied a career-high 9.875 on floor four meets in a row in the middle of the season … Had arguably her best meet as a Tiger at Centenary (3/13) when she posted 9.90’s on bars and beam and a 9.875 on floor … Earned five individual titles – one on bars and four on beam … Captured the bars title at the NCAA Central Regional (4/4) with a season-best 9.925 … Tallied beam titles against Kentucky (1/23), Alabama (2/13), Arkansas (2/27) and Centenary (3/13), scoring a 9.90 three times and a 9.875 in those meets … Recorded a 9.80 on beam and a 9.825 on floor at the SEC Championship (3/21) … Was impressive at the NCAA Championships with a 9.875 on bars and a 9.80 on floor in the prelims and a 9.825 on bars and 9.85 on floor in the Super Six (4/17).

Earned All-America honors on the bars at the NCAA Championship Prelims … A major contributor to the Tigers’ success on the bars … Made her season debut on the bars against Kentucky (2/1 – 9.850) after missing the first four meets of the year due to a back injury … Won a share of the bars event title against Kentucky (2/1) and Michigan State (2/29) … Notched a career-high on the bars against Michigan State with a 9.950 (2/29) … Scored a 9.875 on the bars against Florida (2/15), taking home the event title … Made her season debut on the floor against Centenary (3/2), posting a career-high 9.850 … Posted a career-high on the beam at North Carolina State with a 9.800 (3/14) … Notched a respectable 9.800 on the bars at the SEC Championships (3/29) … Scored an impressive 9.925 on the bars at the NCAA Central Regional (4/12) … Tallied a 9.925 on the bars in the preliminary round of the NCAA Championships (4/24) … Followed that up with a 9.850 on the bars at the Super Six (4/25).

A standout on the bars, she competed on the event in every meet for the Tigers as a freshman … Won three meet titles on the bars … Picked up her first win at Iowa (9.850) … Earned her others against Arkansas (9.875) and Centenary (9.900) … Finished second on the event at the NCAA Southeast Regional Championships after scoring a career-high tying 9.900 … Posted a 9.875 at the SEC Championships (3/31) … Finished the year with a 9.778 average on the bars, the second highest on the team … Also saw limited action on the beam and floor … Recorded top marks of 9.750 on both events.

Trained at Tampa Bay Turners under coaches Brad Harris, Amy Shultess and Heather Breasbo … Qualified to the 2006 Level 10 Junior Olympic Nationals, where she placed second on the bars, third on the beam, seventh on the floor and sixth in the all-around in the Senior C section … Won the 2006 regional titles on the bars, beam, floor and in the all-around … Attended St. Petersburg High School where she also competed in diving and cheerleading.

Full name is Summer Anne Hubbard … Born July 25, 1988 … Daughter of Annemarie and Guy Hubbard … Majoring in mass communication with a concentration in journalism.

Vault: 9.800 (2-5-10 vs. Alabama)
Bars: 9.950 (twice; last: 1-15-10 at Lady Luck Invitational)
Beam: 9.900 (3 times; last: 3-13-09 at Centenary)
Floor: 9.875 (5 times; last: 3-12-10 vs. Iowa)
All-Around: 39.125 (2-12-10 vs. Texas Woman’s)

Bars: 11
Beam: 5
Total: 16


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