Maddy Curley makes seven.
A week ago, Curley became the first UNC freshman to qualify for NCAA regionals since junior Monica Middleton in 1999.
Curley and senior Brooke Wilson will compete in the all-around, and sophomore Natalie Halbach will compete on balance beam at the meet, which begins Saturday at 6 p.m. in Gainesville, Fla.
"I was very excited and nervous because I didn't know how it worked," Curley said of her selection. "I didn't know how big of a deal it was."
The gymnast from Tallahassee, Fla., burst onto the scene this season like few Tar Heels before her.
In just the third meet of the season on Jan. 26, Curley finished second in the all-around with a tally of 38.700 at then-No. 3 Georgia.
"I think the meet at Georgia was pretty exciting, being in front of 10,000 people," Curley said. "It made me want to do well for every event."
And Curley wasn't finished.
Just a week later, Curley set a new personal best of 38.950 and finished fourth in the all-around at the Governor's Cup.