Honors & Awards
2014 • Senior Season
Wong took home three All-America honors at the 2014 NCAA Championships to give her 11 total honors to tie with Emily Parsons and Heather Brink for the most in school history. In semifinals, Wong put up a 39.525 all-around score to finish fifth overall. On floor, Wong performed her famous routine one last time at the event finals notching a 9.90 mark and finished in ninth, while also adding a 14 place finish on beam.
Wong continued to stockpile honors both in the gym and the classroom in 2014, as she was selected as Nebraska’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year and a Honda Award Finalist. Wong became the second Nebraska gymnast presented with the AAI American Award, an honor annually given to the nation’s top gymnast on the basis of athleticism, academic excellence and civic responsibility. Wong was also awarded the Big Ten Medal of honor and Big Ten Wayne Duke Postgraduate Scholarship. In July, Wong added her second CoSIDA Academic All-America honor being named to the first-team.
She closed out her Husker career as an 11-time All-American with 77 event titles, holds the Nebraska floor record with Richelle Simpson and captured the highest award given to a gymnast in the AAI Award.
2013 • Junior Season
A four-time All-American as a junior, Wong tied for third nationally in the all-around at the 2013 NCAA Championships with a score of 39.525. Her outstanding performance at the national championships included first-team All-America accolades on vault, floor and in the all-around and second-team laurels on beam. Her work on vault and floor earned her two spots in the NCAA event finals, where she finished third on floor (9.9125) and 10th on vault (9.8833).
Wong's eight career All-America awards ranks fourth all-time at Nebraska. Her four awards at the 2013 championship meet were the most in a single season for any Husker since Emily Parsons captured four honors in 2005.
Wong snagged a total of 24 titles in 2013, including seven in the all-around. Her regular season efforts resulted in two Big Ten Gymnast or Co-Gymnast of the Week honors alongside first-team All-Big Ten accolades. She also captured NACGC/W first-team All-America laurels on bars, beam, floor and in the all-around.
Wong saved her finest performance of the season for the Big Ten Championships, winning the all-around for the second consecutive year with a career-high 39.725. She became the first Big Ten gymnast to win back-to-back conference all-around titles since Penn State’s Brandi Personett (2007-08). Wong was also the conference champion or co-champion on floor, beam and bars and earned four All-Big Ten Championship Team awards. In just two seasons, Wong now owns seven Big Ten titles and eight championship team honors.
She followed by finishing second in the all-around at the NCAA Morgantown Regional with a 39.225, including a meet-best and career-high 9.95 on vault. Her performance enabled her to qualify for the NCAA Championships as an individual in all-around competition.
In the classroom, Wong captured second-team CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, while claiming academic All-Big Ten accolades as a junior.
2012 • Sophomore Season
Wong saved one of her finest performances of the year for the conference championship, winning titles on beam (9.900) and floor (9.900) and earning Nebraska's first Big Ten Championship individual all-around title (39.600). She was an All-Big Ten championship team selection on vault, beam, floor and all-around, adding to her first team All-Big Ten honors and Academic All-Big Ten honors.
Wong competed in the all-around 12 times throughout the 2012 season, earning two individual all-around titles while tacking on an additional five titles on beam, three on floor and one each on bars and vault. Her top all-around performance of the year came against top-ranked Florida on March 4, where the Grand Forks, N.D. native posted a score of 39.750 to win the all-around title.
2011 • Freshman Season
Wong notched four event titles on the season, including three on bars and one on beam. She posted a 9.90 on beam at the Big 12 Championships, tying for third and earning All-Big 12 Championship Team honors. She tallied career highs of 9.90 on bars, 9.90 on beam and 9.875 on floor as a freshman.
Wong was also named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll during the fall and spring semesters.
A 2010 graduate of Red River High School, she was a member of the National Honor Society, the National Technical Honor Society and the Honor Roll. She chose Nebraska over Iowa State, Southern Utah and Southeast Missouri State.
Wong's Career Highs at Nebraska