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Gymnastics Signs Three for 2020 Season

TOWSON, Md. – Towson University gymnastics head coach Vicki May has announced the signing of three student-athletes to a National Letter of Intent (NLI).

"I am ecstatic to welcome these three very talented young women to our program," May said. "They each not only embrace the overall team culture of our program but they each bring with them their own perspective and love of the sport.  Their passion and work ethic will help propel our program forward to reach new heights.  We are excited for them to begin their collegiate career and can't wait to have them on campus!"

Camille Vitoff, a native of Phoenix, Arizona currently trains at the Arizona Sunrays. She was a 2016 regional All-Around Champion and in 2018 placed third in the state for vault, bars and all around. She also was a national qualifier in 2018. "I chose Towson because of the family environment," Vitoff said. "After meeting the team and seeing how driven the girls are while also having fun as a team, I knew that this was where I belonged."

Amy Stewart, a native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania currently trains with the Uzelac Gymnastics club. In 2015 she was a regional qualifier, fourth on beam and sixth all around. In 2017 she made it to regionals and was a junior national qualifier. "I chose TU because of its beautiful campus, diverse community and wonderful academic staff," Stewart said. "I chose TU's gymnastics program because I love Coach Vicki's philosophy for the team, the passion and excitement the entire team has for the sport and the family-like energy that the whole program has."

Lauren Bolen, a native of Point of Rocks, Maryland currently trains with the Frederick Gymnastics club. In 2018 she was level 10 2018 state all-around and vault champion. She was a part of the Maryland State team and a junior national qualifier. This year is her fourth year competing with level 10. "Both of my parents went to Towson, so I grew up loving the school," Bolen said. "As soon as I went on the campus I loved it and knew it would feel like home. To add to it, I love the girls and coaches because they create such a positive environment."

The 2019 gymnastics team will compete on Jan. 12 at the Little Boston Invitational before making its home debut on Friday, Jan. 18 against Cornell, William & Mary and North Carolina State.
 
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