Eva Volpe was born on February 28, 2005 in Texas to Bob and Karen Volpe. She is the youngest of five children where she has four older sisters, Amelia, Sophia, Julia and Tessa. Two of Eva's sisters, Julia and Tessa, are also gymnasts at Pearland Elite Training Center. Currently, Eva is an honor student at Texas Virtual Academy with straight A's. She will graduate from high school in 2023.
Eva followed her older sisters into gymnastics at the age of three at Pearland Elite Training Center and has been there ever since. She started competing level 4 in 2011 at the age of six. She moved up to level 5 for the 2012 season where she placed fifth in the all-around with a 38.400 at the State Championships. Eva continued competing level 5 in 2013, finishing first in the all-around with a 37.950 and first on vault and floor exercise at the State Championships. Eva skipped level 6 and moved up to level 7 for the 2014 season.
As a level 7 gymnast in 2014, Eva placed in the top ten in the all-around with a 37.625 and fourth on floor exercise at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she placed 12th overall with a 37.325, first on uneven bars, fifth on vault and seventh on balance beam. Eva moved up to level 8 in 2015 where she scored a 9.500 at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she scored a 9.325 on balance beam.
In 2016, Eva competed as a level 9 gymnast. She earned a silver medal on floor exercise with a 9.600 at the State Championships, qualifying to Regionals. She moved up to level 10 and hopes pre-elite in 2017. She competed at the Texas Shootout and Metroplex Challenge and obtained her level 10 qualifying score for the State Championships. She also participated in Brestyan's National Elite Qualifier in Las Vegas, NV. She was unable to compete after Houston National Invitational due to an injury.
Eva trains 30 hours per week at Pearland Elite Training Center in Pearland, TX under coaches Tasha Beale, Nick Cedillo and Tony Pineda. Eva is working hard to become a successful level 10 gymnast as well as to obtain a Division I college gymnastics scholarship.