Camilla Opperman
Camilla Opperman
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Los Altos, Calif.
High School: Woodside Priory School
Major: Political science, History of Art
Residential College: Jonathan Edwards

Personal Bests:

Vault: 9.700 (2/28/2014)

Bars: 9.600 (1/14/2016)

Floor: 9.900 (3/21/2015)

2016: Served as captain for the 2016 season...Received Captain's Award at annual banquetECAC Scholar Athlete...ECAC gymnast of the week...Twice received coaches' choice honors by the ECAC...2nd on floor at Don Tonry...Invitational...1st on vault and floor against Westchester and Rhode Island College...3rd on vault at Bridgeport...Tied for 1st on vault at GW.

2015: Earned USAG Collegiate All-American status on floor...Won the floor exercise at the ECAC championships with a career high 9.900...Member of the ECAC academic team...Given an Outstanding Contribution Award for her junior season...Elected captain for the 2016 season...Two time ECAC specialist of the week...3rd on floor at the Ivy Classic...Won the vault at the Springfield College meet with a tie of her career high (9.700).

2014: After sitting out her freshman season due to injury, competed on the floor exercise and vault for the Bulldogs…Set a season- and career-high on the vault against Bridgeport, Penn State and Western Michigan, scoring a 9.700 to finish ninth…Finished sixth on the vault at the ECAC championships, scoring a 9.650…Finished fifth at the Ivy Classic with a career-best 9.825…Equaled that score in the Rutgers meet to finish eighth and again in the George Washington/Towson meet to finish third…Awarded an Outstanding Contribution Award for her stellar sophomore season.

2013: Unable to compete due to injury.

High School: Trained at Airborne Gymnastics Club in Santa Clara, CA ... Qualified for the USAG Junior Olympic Regional competition after recovering from an elbow surgery in 2012 ... Placed first on beam, second on floor, and second all around at the 2010 USAG Junior Olympics Regional competition ... Qualified for Western Nationals and placed third on floor ... Previously won the Junior Olympic California State champion on floor and placed second on vault.

Personal: In high school, was a National Honors Society Member, an AP Scholar with Distinction, and a National Merit Scholarship Commended Student ... Plans to major in Cognitive Science or Art History ... Why Yale?: "As soon as I stepped on Yale’s campus, I felt at home; everyone I met was so welcoming!"