Ellie Pascoe-Long
Ellie  Pascoe-Long

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Eugene, Ore.

High School:
Churchill HS

Height:
5-1

Event:
Vault, Floor

Club:
National Academy of Artistic Gymnastics


05/22/2017

Women's Gymnasts Honors 2017 Champions At Year-End Banquet

The MPSF Champions honored all academic and athletic award winners.

03/19/2017

Women's Gymnastics - 2017 MPSF Champions!

The Spartans won the MPSF title for the second time with a school-record tying 195.925.

03/16/2017

Five Spartan Women's Gymnasts Receive 10 All-MPSF Honors

Katie Won led the team with five honors - four first team and one second team.

05/02/2016

Women's Gymnastics Honors 2016 Season At Banquet

The Spartans had 10 gymnasts named Academic All-MPSF.

03/17/2016

Seven Gymnasts Receive All-MPSF Honors

Maddie Herr led the team with four honors.

SJSU:  Second year at San José State.

2016:  Second team All-MPSF on floor…competed on floor in 10 meets...season-best 9.850 on floor at NorCal Classic and at Boise State with Southern Utah…9.800 at Sacramento State…received a 9.725 or higher at every meet…also vaulted in four meets…season best 9.725 on vault at NorCal Classic and at Stanford with California.

CLUB:  Competed at the National Academy of Artistic Gymnastics (NAAG) in Eugene, Ore…three-time Level 10 Oregon state vault champion and two-time Region 2 vault champion…competed at the 2015 JO National Championships…also competed 2013 and 2014 JO Nationals…won the floor at the 2014 Region 2 Championships.

HIGH SCHOOL:  Graduated from Churchill High School in Eugene, Ore., in 2015.

PERSONAL:  Child and adolescent development major…would like to be an elementary school teacher after graduation…likes dancing in her free time…Eleanor Jessica Pascoe-Long was born in Fort Pierce, Fla.

 

Season Highs

Year V UB BB FX AA
2016 9.725 -- -- 9.850 --
2017 -- -- -- 9.825 --

Career Highs

Vault 9.725 NorCal Classic, January 10, 2016
9.725 at Stanford, California, January 24, 2016
Floor 9.850 NorCal Classic, January 10, 2016
9.850 at Boise State, Southern Utah, March 11, 2016