Michelle Stout joined the Texas A&M Athletic Department in 2012 as a learning specialist in the Center for Student-Athlete Services. Her responsibilities include helping students develop study strategies and test-taking skills while assisting with the coordination and organization of the Learning Center.
Michelle came to Aggieland after concluding a stellar career as a five-time All-American gymnast at the University of Arkansas. In her four years in Fayetteville, she became the first All-American and event finalist in Arkansas gymnastics history. Michelle vaulted her way into the record books after tying for first in the session finals at the 2008 NCAA Championship in Athens, Ga. and earning first-team All-America honors.
In 2009, Michelle broke the school record on the vault with a 9.975 at the NCAA Championships and earned a fourth-place all-around finish at NCAAs, then the highest finish in program history. She was named the University of Arkansas Athlete of the Year in 2010 and the SEC Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2011.
After completing her eligibility, Michelle was a graduate assistant for the Arkansas athletic department in academic support, working with the men's tennis and men's and women's track and cross country teams.
A native of Endwell, N.Y., she earned her Bachelor's Degree in business administration from Arkansas in 2010 and a Master's in Sport Management in 2012.
|Alma Mater:||Arkansas '10|