Snider adds Ewing to incoming Pitt gymnastics class
PITTSBURGH – University of Pittsburgh Head Coach Samantha Snider added Halifax, Nova Scotia, native Jordyn Ewing to its next gymnastics recruiting class, as announced on Wednesday.
Ewing joins a talented Pitt class that includes Kaleigh Cleveland, Hallie Copperwheat, Kendall Foy, Nancy Kinner, Molly Ricky and sidney washingtonwho will each begin their careers at the start of the 2021-22 school year.
Jordyn Ewing | All around | Halifax, Nova Scotia | Halifax ALTA Gymnastics Club
Finished ninth overall at the 2020 Senior Canadian competition … Named 2019 Junior Gymnast of the Year in her hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia … Named Athlete of the Month for Nova Scotia in 2020 … Won the Sports Award of his high school as a freshman.
Born October 15, 2003… Daughter of Sylvia Colley Ewing and Brendon Ewing… Has three siblings: Bailee, Taylor and Reagan… Attended Citadel High School… Planned major is Sociology.
EWING ON PITT
“Studying in the United States at the University of Pittsburgh is going to be a great opportunity for a wonderful education and the opportunity to continue my gymnastics with a team. I think it’s an honor to have the opportunity to be part of from such a great institution. They are very supportive and dedicated to their student-athletes, which is more than an athlete could ask for. Coming to Pitt as a student-athlete is a dream come true. The research that I discovered on Pitt shows me a college that not only prepares you for a career but also for a life after school is out It’s going to be wonderful to be at Pitt because it’s a great school and it fits with my values that make a family away from home. I can’t wait to be a Panther.”
SNIDER ON EWING
“We are delighted to add Jordyn to an already talented freshman class. Her talent, composure and experience in international competition will be a tremendous asset to our program. four events and continue to elevate this success to the next level.”