|Birth Day:||January 23, 1997|
|Birth Place:||Cincinnati, United States|
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She began gymnastics at age 5. Following her national team tenure, in 2015, she received an athletic scholarship to attend Louisiana State University to participate in their gymnastics program.
At the 2010 CoverGirl Classic in Chicago, IL, Priessman tied for second on vault with gymnast McKayla Maroney. She placed sixth all-around and on floor exercise, and she placed eighth on uneven bars.
At the 2011 U.S. Junior Gymnastics Championships in St. Paul, Minnesota during August, Priessman claimed her first national vault title, with a two-night score of 31.55. She placed second on floor exercise (29.150) behind winner Katelyn Ohashi, and she tied for seventh on uneven bars with gymnast Amelia Hundley (27.45).
Priessman competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in 2012. She helped the USA team to win the team gold medal ahead of Italy and Russia. Individually, Priessman won the all-around title with a 56.950. She placed first on vault with a 15.850, second on uneven bars scoring a 14.700 and third on floor exercise with a 14.200.
At the 2012 U.S. Junior Gymnastics Championships, Priessman became the 2012 Junior US National Floor Exercise and All-Around Champion. She also earned silver medals on vault and uneven bars.
Priessman officially signed to the LSU Lady Tigers gymnastics program on November 12, 2014, and planned to attend LSU, starting in fall 2015.
On June 6, 2015, Priessman posted a photo on her Instagram account, announcing that she would be retiring from elite gymnastics and confirming her college attendance in the fall of this year. The photo is a photocollage of her and McKenna Kelley.
Currently, Lexie Priessman is 24 years, 7 months and 30 days old. Lexie Priessman will celebrate 25th birthday on a Sunday 23rd of January 2022.
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