University of Georgia gymnastics head coach Courtney Kupets Carter has announced the addition of two GymDogs in the 2021 signing class.
The signees include Sarah Cohen of Olney, Maryland and Maeve Hahn of Lake Wylie, South Carolina.
“I am thrilled to welcome these new GymDogs,” Kupets Carter said. “Sarah has great power on floor and vault, and will bring big skills to all four events. She has a personality that will light up the arena. Maeve has competed at the Junior Olympics and Elite levels, which gives her a competitive advantage. She will be one to watch on bars. I am looking forward to seeing them shine in the Red and Black and for them to compete in Stegeman.”
Sarah Cohen signs with Georgia after training at Hills Gymnastics. She was named the floor and bars Maryland State Champion in 2019 on top of being the all-around, beam, and floor champion in 2018. She represented her region at the Junior Olympic National Championships in 2018 and 2019; and finished second all-around and on vault at the 2018 regional championships.
“I chose Georgia because I fell in love with the campus and atmosphere, both at school and in the gym,” Cohen said. “I look forward to being a part of the high level of academics and gymnastics at UGA.”
Maeve Hahn signs to be a GymDog after training at First in Flight Gymnastics. She is a Level 10 gymnast who was crowned the North Carolina State Champion in floor and vault. She began her path to become a Junior Elite in 2016and competed in the US Classic meets until 2018. Additionally, she represented her region in the 2019 Junior Olympic National Championships.
“Becoming a GymDog has been a dream since I was a little girl,” Hahn said. “When I visited Athens, stepped on campus for the first time, and learned about the strong academic opportunities I knew I was home. The coaching staff and girls on the team were so welcoming- it felt like family. I knew right away it was the place for me and a dream come true.”