Oregon Signs Five in Class of 2026

EUGENE – Oregon head coach Taylor Susnara announced the addition of five new student-athletes to the Ducks 2022-23 roster.

“This recruiting class is strong, smart and humble. They persevered through the ups and downs of the pandemic and managed to stay driven in their work ethic, effort and attitude throughout the recruiting process,” Susnara said. “Not only are they extremely talented, but they embody what it means to be an Oregon Duck. They are going to fit in with our program culture right away and I have no doubts that they will be great additions to our 2022-23 roster. We are excited for what the future holds.”

While acrobatics and tumbling is not a typical high school regulated sport, each athlete has a lengthy sports resume that gives them the skills to succeed in the acrobatics and tumbling world.

Shea Barnes

Simi Valley, Calif. | Simi Valley HS | California All-Stars

  • Named the varsity cheer captain at Simi Valley High School
  • Earned the Simi Valley High School scholar-athlete award
  • Advanced to the World Finals with the California All-Stars club team

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Why Oregon?

“The first time I stepped onto campus to attend an Acrobatics and Tumbling summer camp, it felt like home for me. I chose the University of Oregon because of its beauty, college-town feel, inviting nature, and most of all because I feel like I belong here.”

Mari Fukutomi

Bellevue, Wash. | Newport HS | Connect Cheer

  • Helped her high school cheer team secure a runner-up finish at the state championships
  • Powered Newport high school to the district gymnastics championship
  • Led Connect Cheer to a Top-10 finish at the 2021 World Championships

Why Oregon?

“It’s close to home but far enough that I feel like it will be a whole new experience for me and I really feel like I will get the best care for me as whole at Oregon. I feel like it’s just the perfect place for me to be the best athlete and student at the same time.”

Rocky Henderson

Katy, Texas | Cinco Ranch HS | Woodlands Elite

  • Three-time UCA All-American who earned the UCA Pay It Forward Award
  • Led her team to two UCA National Championships and the NCA High School Regionals
  • Earned the Best Tumbler Award at Power Tumbling Nationals

Why Oregon?

“I chose University of Oregon because of its well-rounded and diverse community. UO has a great business program that really sold me since I want to be either a real estate agent or accountant and I can further learn about those career paths from amazing professors. UO has a beautiful campus with great spirit that feels like a family, and I would love to be a part of that and discover different areas of sports I’ve never gotten into and meeting new people.”

Nicole Jackson

Lawrenceville, Ga. | Peachtree Ridge HS | Gymnastix Traning Center

  • Earned the Level 10 State Floor Championship as a junior
  • Led Peachtree Ridge High School to a runner-up finish at the state championships
  • Was a 2021 National Merit Semi-Finalist and a 2021 Georgia Merit Award winner

Why Oregon?

“After going through the process of talking with Coach Taylor and Coach Emma, having the opportunity to connect with the team, and being able to see the amazing campus, I realized that the University of Oregon would be a perfect fit for me. I loved how much the team encouraged each other and showed that they cared about each and every one of their teammates. Additionally, the coaches were so inviting and helpful in letting me know what it would be like on campus. Therefore, I chose the University of Oregon because of the amazing team atmosphere and my future possibilities!”

Ashlee Wagner

Norco, Calif. | Norco HS | California All-Stars

  • Made the finals of 2021 Cheerleading Worlds with the California All-Stars
  • Helped the California All-Stars win the 2018 Region 1 Western Championships
  • Member of the varsity cheer, stunt and track & field teams at Norco High School

Why Oregon?

“I chose the University of Oregon because of all the amazing academic and athletic opportunities it offered. From the very first time I stepped foot on campus, it felt like home. Everyone I met was so welcoming! I just knew Oregon was where I needed to be and would be the best place for me to thrive as a student-athlete. I’m so excited to have this opportunity to be a part of the Acrobatics & Tumbling team where I can continue my athletic career and compete alongside my fellow Ducks.”