Harrison Frost is a senior majoring in applied mathematics and minoring in economics. He made his first jump in May of 2022 and got his A-license shortly after. Harrison is striving to excel in 4-way formation skydiving and canopy accuracy. Later on his skydiving career, he hopes to get into canopy relative work (CRW) as well as becoming a coach within the sport to teach like those who taught him.
Gabriela Soriano is a senior majoring in molecular biology and biophysics. She got her A license in fall 2022, and is looking to improve her skills in 4- way formation!! Her goal is to try wing-suiting in the future, and become a coach for new skydivers!!
Fusheng (Ivy) Yang is a PhD student in Statistics. She started skydiving in the summer of 2020 and has enthusiasm for formation skydiving and canopy accuracy. Ivy enjoys scuba diving and skiing in her free time. Her goal is to jump into campus one day and become an AFF instructor in the future.
Giavannah (Gigi) Gorgone, is a senior majoring in Molecular Biology who got her A license in fall 2021!! She has participated in a handful of indoor 4 way competitions, and enjoys doing crazy exits out of the plane with the rest of the team.
Aidan Wright is a sophomore majoring in Mathematics and Philosophy. Aidan completed his first jump on UConn's tandem weekend in October 2022 and got his A license a year later. He plans on competing in accuracy landing at this year's USPA Collegiate Skydiving Championships. He hopes to one day learn how to fly a wingsuit, but for now, he is focusing on formation skydiving.
Dave Gerstein is a young immigrant from Chile. He got his skydiving license a few weeks ago and has since made over 4000 jumps. His favorites activities include: frolicking in corn fields, listening to heavy metal, and being in pictures. He has been photographing for the paparazzi for the past 10 years and founded the National Geographic. He also enjoys making quirky captions on his website, www.skydivingstills.com. Dave always makes us look good skydiving, no matter what. Proof of this is from almost every picture on this site provided by Dave.