Neal Courter

Rec. and Team Gymnastics Coach

Coach Neal grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he started gymnastics at the age of 7. As a member of the boys' competitive team at C.G.'s Gymnastics in Baton Rouge, he competed in levels 5-10 in the Junior Olympic Program.
Neal attended The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA, where he was a member of the gymnastics team for 4 years competing primarily on floor, vault, and high bar. While at W&M, he competed in 4 Conference Championships and 3 NCAA Championships, winning 5 Conference titles and earning NCAA All-American honors on vault. He also qualified and competed in the P&G US National Championships. In 2017, he was named W&M's Senior Athlete of the Year and was also nominated for the Nissen

Emery Award, considered the ‘Heisman Trophy' of NCAA men's gymnastics.

Neal started coaching in high school and has since coached boys and girls
recreational gymnastics in both Louisiana and Virginia. He has also served as a men's JO judge at numerous USAG-sanctioned competitions.

Outside of gymnastics, Neal enjoys training aerial silks and always welcomes new physical challenges. He also enjoys traveling and speaks both French and German. He is excited to be a part of the staff at Orlando Gymnastics and help students achieve their goals!


B.S. Chemistry, The College of William & Mary
B.A. French and Francophone Studies, The College of William & Mary