With the signing of Cammy Hall, the Utah gymnastics team has completed its 2018-19 recruiting class. Hall, a Gainesville, Va. native, signed a National Letter of Intent with Utah, becoming the fourth gymnast to sign with Utah along with Cristal Isa, Adrienne Randall and Hunter Dula, who all signed in November. Isa of Henderson, Nev. and Randall, from Corona, Calif., are both Junior Olympic champions, while Dula, of Orem, Utah, who finished in the top 10 in the J.O. all-around.
”We are really excited about Cammy’s decision to become a Ute,” said Utah co-head coach Tom Farden. “She was flying a bit under the radar when she caught our attention and has recently made great strides, especially on the leg events where she competes a vault that starts from a 10.0 and opens floor exercise with a sky-high double Arabian.”
Hall’s 10.0 vault that Farden referenced is a Yurchenko one and a half vault. On vault, she placed first at the 2018 Fiesta Bowl National Qualifier and took second on both beam and the all-around and third on floor routine. She also took second in the all-round at the 2018 Excalibur Cup third on vault and bars at the event. She was also a top-three finisher in multiple events at the Virginia State Championships in both 2017 and 2018.
She trains under coaches Tatiana Perkskaia, Marina Gerom and Jose Teran at Capital Gymnastics Training Center in Burke, Va. Hall is not the first Red Rock that Perkskaia has trained. Perkskaia was the club coach of Ashley Postell, who was an All-American and NCAA champion while at Utah.
Not only is she a great gymnast but also a great student. At Patriot High School in Nokesville, Va., she is a member of the National Art Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society. She also qualified for the Regional Science Fair where she won a science symposium award. A member of the Student Ambassador Program, she is also an All-County Arts Festival qualifier as well. Darren Hall, her father, played basketball at the U.S. Air Force Academy, making Hall the second member of her family to compete as a college athlete.
Welcome to Utah Cammy Hall!