Stacie Mohnae' Harrison was born on November 4, 1998 in Round Rock, TX to Stacy and Alisa Harrison. She has two brothers, Tony and Timothy and one sister, Victoria. During Stacie's spare time, she enjoys cooking, baking and writing.
Stacie enrolled in the ISTA Engineering Academy at Jack Britt High School and will graduate in 2017. Some of her accomplishments include:
4.0 GPA, Honor Roll
Certified in OSHA safety / health (2016)
2015 Member of The National Society of High School Scholars
2015 Inducted into the National Honor Society
2015 National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists Award of Excellence
2015 National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists Award of Excellence
Nominated to attend the summer 2015 National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Business Innovation
2012-2013 Math League Award
Microsoft Office Specialist Certified (Office PowerPoint 2010)
Microsoft Office Specialist Certified (Office Word 2010)
Stacie was active in many sports at a very young age, but she did not find any sport interesting. Stacie loved to swing on the monkey bars and would do cartwheels nonstop. When she turned eight years old, she asked her parents if she could do gymnastics. Her parents found a local gym nearby and enrolled her at Omega Gymnastics in Fayetteville, NC and never looked back.
In 2011, Stacie finished fourth in the all-around, first on balance beam and second on vault at the Level 7 State Championships. She moved up to level 8 in 2012 where she finished seventh on uneven bars at the State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, Stacie second in the all-around with a 37.275, second on vault, third on uneven bars and fourth on balance beam.
As a level 9 gymnast in 2013, Stacie finished first on vault, floor exercise and in the all-around at the Solider's Salute Meet. She placed third in the all-around and first on vault at the Girl Power Invitational. Stacie finished in the top six at the Excalibur Cup and Charleston Cup. At the State Championships, Stacie earned a bronze medal on vault. She concluded her 2013 season at the Region 8 Championships, finishing ninth in the all-around and fourth on vault and balance beam.
Stacie continued competing level 9 in 2014. She placed third in the all-around and first on vault at the Hilton Head Island Invitational. She earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around at the Tiger Paw Classic. Stacie won the uneven bars title at the Excalibur Cup. At the Greensboro Invitational, she placed first in the all-around and second on vault, uneven bars and floor exercise. Stacie placed third in the all-around and first on vault and uneven bars at the Charleston Cup. At the State Championships, she finished second in the all-around as well as third on vault, uneven bars and floor exercise. Stacie placed fifth on vault and floor exercise and sixth on uneven bars at the Region 8 Championships. In the summer of 2014, Stacie moved to Gymnastics & More in Little River, SC.
In 2015, Stacie started her level 10 season at the Ozone Invitational, finishing second in the all-around and second on vault and uneven bars. At the Tiger Paw Classic, she placed third on vault, balance beam and floor exercise. Stacie finished second in the all-around and first on uneven bars and balance beam at the Beach Break Invitational. At the Charleston Cup, she placed fifth in the all-around and first on uneven bars. Stacie did really well at the State Championships where she placed fourth in the all-around, second on balance beam and third on vault. She concluded her season at the Region 8 Championships, finishing 15th in the all-around and 13th on balance beam.
Stacie finished first in the all-around with a 37.250 and first on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise at the 2016 State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed fourth in the all-around with a 37.175 and third on floor exercise. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Ft. Worth, TX where she placed seventh on floor exercise with a 9.575.
Currently, Stacie is in her 2017 season as a level 10 gymnast. She trains 20 hours per week at Gymnastics & More in Little River, SC under coaches Louie Liquori and Rebecca Raynor Fort. Stacie is working hard to reach her goals to become a successful level 10 gymnast, qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals as well as to compete for a college gymnastics team.