Senior qualified in All-Around
Paired with the MSU wrestling team, Tumbles and Takedowns is at 7 p.m. at Jenison Field House
The Spartan gymnastics team gave their fans a sneak peak of what is to come in the 2015-16 season.
Michigan State's gymnastics team celebrated its 2015 season on Friday evening with the annual team banquet
The Spartans will travel to Ames, Iowa to compete at Iowa State Region in the 2015 NCAA Regional Championships.
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Nicole Curler, a former Spartan standout, is in her fifth season as an assistant coach in 2016 after serving as MSU's volunteer assistant in 2011.
Curler brings not only a wealth of experience in her sport, but her background as a student-athlete competing for the green and white also makes her a valuable asset to the athletes as well.
Curler helps coordinate the origination of all team practices, team schedules and competition line-up selections for the Spartans. The Bay City, Mich., native also assisted with choreography of all the team's balance beam and floor exercise routines. She also maintains the program’s social media channels.
Prior to joining the Spartans following graduation and while still attending MSU, Curler was a coach at Gedderts' Twistars Gymnastics Club in Dimondale, Mich. While with Gedderts, Curler assisted with compulsory level gymnastics instruction on the vault, uneven bars, balance beam and the floor exercise.Curler also assisted with the choreography for several local high school gymnastics programs throughout the Greater Lansing Area.
The Spartans' 2010 team MVP was a two-time Big Ten Gymnast of the Week honoree during her career, and was a member of the gymnastic team's leadership committee. She qualified for the 2010 NCAA Championships after finishing fourth in the all-around at the NCAA Kentucky Regional with a score of 39.175.
The four-time All-Big Ten honoree is ranked second all-time in program history with a 39.525 all-around score against LSU on Feb. 29, 2008. Curler is also fifth on the vault with a 9.925 against Oklahoma on Feb. 26. 10. Other program ranks included ninth on the balance beam (9.925 on four occasions) and fifth on the floor exercise with a 9.950 at Florida on March 16, 2007.
Over the course of her four-year career, Curler posted six first-place finishes in the all-around and on the floor, 20 top-three all-around finishes and 11 top-three finishes on the floor. On the bars, Curler tallied 12 top-three scores, while finishing first 11 times on the beam and in the top-three 23 times. On the vault, Curler placed in the top-three on 10 separate occasions.