Brogan Jacobsen Athlete Profile

Brogan Jacobsen

Brogan Jacobsen
Position: All Around Height: 5-3 Roster Years: 2001-2004 Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

Personal

Parents are David and Sandra...has two brothers (Jacoby and Jorgan) and two sisters (Bo and Bristal)...brother Jacoby is on BYU Men's Swim Team...lived in Maui, Hawaii for ten years...National Honors Society member...Women's Association Senior Representative (SBO) in high school...co-chair of BYU Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

At BYU

2001 (freshman)...competed in vault and bars in every meet...competed on floor just once this year against Stanford and Southern Utah, scoring a 9.325...scored 9.825 and 9.875 on vault and bars this year.

2002 (sophomore)...competed in the first three meets of the season until she was sidelined for the rest of the season by injury...Jacobsen competed on the floor for the first time in her collegiate career, scoring a career-high 9.675 at Oregon State.

Before BYU

Graduated from Brighton High School...club gymnastics at Olympus School of Gymnastics...coached by Mary Wright...voted most inspirational gymnast at Olympus...Level 9 gymnast of the year...4-time Level 10 Utah All-Around State Champion...held every individual event title at some time...2000 Junior Olympic National Team Region I...offered scholarships from 9 universities, including Minnesota, SUU, Denver, Oregon State, Boise State and Arizona...level 10 Region I 2000 floor champion.

Summary

Coach's Comments: "She's as healthy as we've ever had her. She's strong; she's mentally into it; she's ready to go."

Stats

Year    	Vault   	Bars    	Beam    	Floor   	All-Around
2001 9.825 9.875 -- -- --
2002 9.575 -- -- 9.675 --
2003 9.750 9.900 -- 10.000 --



2001 | Freshman Year

Competed in vault and bars in every meet... scored 9.825 and 9.875 on vault and bars this year.

2002 | Sophomore Year

Competed in the first three meets of the season until she was sidelined for the rest of the season by injury...Jacobsen competed on floor for the first time in her collegiate career, scoring a career-high 9.675 at Oregon State.

2003 | Junior Year

Team co-captain...broke the school record and received a perfect 10.0 on her crowd-pleasing floor exercise...competed on the bars in every meet and earned a new career high on the bars with a 9.9...received Academic All-American honors.