The meet will run from April 12-14 in Shreveport, La.
Three all-arounders and one event specialist were selected to the Columbus Regional.
Based on RQS, the five gymnasts combined for 11 all-MPSF honors.
It is the first career MPSF honor for Hanner.
Jen Larsen posted a career-high 9.800 to pace the Falcons on the floor exercise.
JUNIOR (2013): Team captain.
SOPHOMORE (2012): USAG All-American (first team) on the balance beam...earned all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation on the balance beam...average of 9.730 was tied for top average in the conference...competed on the beam in every team competition...scored a career-best 9.825 to place second at the home triangular with Western Michigan and Denver...finished ninth on that event at the USAG Championships with a score of 9.725...scored a 9.700 or higher on the beam during eight of 15 competitions...competed on the vault during 12 meets...tallied a personal-best 9.625 on that event at Rutgers...improved score on the floor exercise to 9.325 at Alaska-Anchorage...competed on that event during four meets...participated on the uneven bars during three meets (tallied a season-high 9.275 at the Denver Triangular)...also competed in the all-around twice (career-best 37.325 at Texas Woman's University).
FRESHMAN (2011): USAG All-American (first team) on the balance beam...also earned all-conference honors from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation on that event...competed in all four events for the Falcons, including every competition on the balance beam...finished sixth on that event at the USAG Championship event finals with a 9.600 to earned first-team USAG All-America distinction....tallied a career-best 9.800 on the balance beam during the team finals of the USAG Championships to tie for third...that was the highest score on the team in 2011...scored a 9.750 in the team qualifying round to place fourth...also surpassed the 9.700 mark at Minnesota (9.725)...also posted career-best vault score of 9.500 during that meet...participated in the vault rotation during seven meets...competed on the uneven bars in 11 meets...tallied a career-best 9.575 at Seattle Pacific...made debut on the floor exercise at the USAG team finals, scoring a 9.275.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB TEAM: Rejoice Christian High School...class valedictorian...received the Christian Leadership Award...competed at the club level from Jenks Gymnastics...coached by Ken Hensley...five-time state all-around champion (2006-10)...two-time Level 9 regional all-around champion (2007-08)... Level 10 regional champion on the balance beam (2009)...three-time Western national qualifier...NIT Qualifier in 2009-10...recorded the team's highest all-around total in 2009.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jessica Claire Hanner...nickname is "Jess"...daughter of Jim and Robin Hanner...has one older brother, Trey...majoring in civil engineering...future plans include becoming a civil engineering officer or a pilot...named to the Commandant's List for excellence in military performance on two occasions...also named to the Athletic Director's List...served as Element Leader and Flight NCO during Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET)...named Outstanding Cadre for ESET...hobbies include singing...sang the national anthem at all of RCHS football games...also sings the national anthem during women's gymnastics home meets, as well as several men's gymnastics meets...favorite event is the balance beam...traveled to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, for Operation Air Force (CE) over the summer...also completed the Field Engineering Readiness Laboratory at Jack's Valley, visited family at home and worked as cadre for the Combat Skills portion of ESET...member of Cadet Squadron 07.