Leah  Lomonte
Leah Lomonte


Katy, Texas

High School:
The Village School



Champion Gymnastics Academy


DU Breaks Program Records at NCAA Semifinals

Pioneers post record team score and on three events on Friday


Lomonte Named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

DU Gymnastics’ senior earns honor from Big 12 Conference


DU Gymnastics Advances to NCAA National Championships

No. 9-ranked Pioneers qualify as a team for first time since 2008


No. 9 DU Set for NCAA Regionals on Saturday

Denver to compete in Fayetteville, Ark., for 19th consecutive NCAA Regionals


No. 7 DU Finishes Second at Big 12 Championship

Karr, Ross earn spots on Big 12 Championship Team

Career Highs:

Vault:9.850 (at Southern Utah on February 14, 2014)
Bars:9.900 (at home on March 4, 2017)
Beam:9.950 (at BYU on February 7, 2015)
Floor:9.800 (at Georgia on March 8, 2014)

Awards and Honors:

  • 2017 Big 12 Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year
  • 2017 Academic All-Big 12 Team (first team)
  • 2017 Big 12 Event Specialist of the Week for the week of March 6
  • 2016 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
  • 2016 DU Gymnastics Jack Pommerhn Spirit Award winner
  • 2015 NACGC/W Scholastic All-American
  • 2015 MRGC Academic All-Conference
  • 2015 DU Gymnastics Coaches' Award winner
  • 2015 MRGC First-Team All-MRGC on beam
  • 2015 MRGC Specialist of the Week for the week of February 8


  • Tied for 13th on bars at NCAA Regionals
  • Set career high on bars (9.900) on March 4
  • Returned to competition after missing all of 2016 with an injury, competing on bars in every meet


  • Did not compete after the first meet of the season due to injury


  • Did not compete due to injury


  • Tied for 29th on beam (9.625) at NCAA Regionals
  • Posted a new career high on beam (9.950 on February 7)
  • Won two beam titles
  • Competed on beam in every meet
  • Average scoring: 9.663 on bars, 9.652 on beam


  • Placed 30th on vault (9.750), 39th on bars (9.250) and 26th on beam (9.675) at Regionals
  • Finished tied for 18th on beam at the MRGC Championships (9.750)
  • Saw action in all 12 meets, performing six vaults, eight bar routines, 12 on beam and two on floor
  • Earned career-highs on vault and beam (twice) of 9.850, and on bars and floor of 9.800 in her rookie season
  • Individual event co-champion on beam at Southern Utah on February 14

Before Denver:

  • 2013 Junior Olympics national qualifier; placed 11th in the all-around
  • 2012 NIT all-around champion
  • 2012 NIT floor champion
  • 2012 and 2010 Champion Gymnastics team leader
  • 2011 Junior Olympics national competitor
  • 2011 Texas state floor champion
  • 2010 NIT vault champion
  • Participated in National Honor Society and Helping Houston' Homelessness
  • Awarded the Village High School Student Athlete Award in 2012


  • Born March 13, 1995, in Houston, Texas
  • Has two sisters: Valerie (18) and Kelly (15)
  • Chose DU because it reminded her a lot of home, both academically and gymnastically. She attended a small private school her entire life, and DU felt comfortable; also because the campus is beautiful, the team and coaches are great.
  • Enjoys reading and spending time with friends
  • Psychology major