|High School:||North Springs|
As a Junior in 2011: Competed all-around for the Bears this season and earned career-high scores of 9.8 on both the beam and floor, a 9.725 on the vault and 38.250 in the all-around … Earned the ECAC’s Coaches Choice award on March 8 after competing in all events scoring a high 9.65 on vault and going on to finish second in the all-around competition with a 38.025 … Selected to the ECAC All-Academic Team.
As a Sophomore in 2010: Was a consistent performer for the Bears all season … started the season competing on the vault and bars, and went on to compete all-around for the Bears by the end of the year … Posted a career-high 9.675 twice (2/14 & 2/28) on the vault, and had a season-high 9.375 on the bars … Earned career-highs on the beam (9.725) and floor (9.675) during a meet against Southern Connecticut (3/20) and posted a career-high 38.225 in the all-around at the Ivy Classic (2/28).
As a Freshman in 2009: Competed all-around for the Bears this season ... In her collegiate debut, Wiesenfeld posted a career-high 9.600 on the beam while also turning in a 9.3 on vault ... Posted her best all-around score of a 37.450 against Penn and Towson, earning solid marks on the vault (9.525), bars (9.450), beam (9.475) and floor (9.0) ... Earned a personal best on the beam, a 9.6, on the beam in a tri meet with SCSU and West Chester, and followed it up with a personal high 9.600 on the vault and a 9.50 on the floor the next weekend against Bridgeport.
Before Brown: A four-year varsity letter winner from North Springs High School in Atlanta, GA ... Was a four-year Level 10 gymnast and a four-time regional qualifier ... The 2008 Level 10 State vault, beam, and all-around champion (2nd on bars, 4th on floor) and was a 2008 North Metro Gymnast of the Year ... In 2007, Wiesenfeld was the Level 10 State All-Around Champion and earned the 2007 Leadership Award (North Metro) ... Was also a three-time Georgia All-State team member, and was a member of the National Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta (National Math Honors Society).