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Kelli Rose Athlete Profile

Kelli Rose

Kelli Rose
Position: All Around Height: 5-2 Roster Years: 1994-1997 Hometown: Pleasant Grove, UT Last School: Pleasant Grove High School



All-America

  • 1997 NACGC-W First Team Balance Beam


Academic All-America

  • 1997 NACGC-W All-American Scholar Athlete
  • 1996 NACGC-W All-American Scholar Athlete

Personal

  • Daughter of John and Janet Rose
  • Majored in elementary education
  • Enjoys outdoor activities and drawing
  • Got started in gymnastics because her mother was a high school gymnast and coached gymnastics
  • Prep honor student
  • Graduated from Pleasant Grove with a silver card (3.70-3.84 GPA)

Before BYU

  • Coached by Brad and Dawn Cattermole at All-American Gymnastics Club
  • Finished 12th in all-around at eighth on bars at Junior Olympics in 1992
  • Placed 12th in all-around, eighth on beam and second on floor at Junior Olympics in 1993


1994 | Freshman Year

  • Competed in all-around in most meets
  • Topped 9.7 or better on vault, beam and floor
  • Posted a 9.675 on floor
  • Earned a career-high 38.975 in all-around

1995 | Sophomore Year

  • Competed in all-around in every meet but one (was injured just before the final event of the last regular season meet of the year)
  • Recorded career highs in every event, including a 1995 team-best 9.9 on beam
  • Neared the 39 mark in all-around with a 38.825 against Utah and Georgia in the Cougars' home opener
  • Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete

1996 | Junior Year

  • Recorded best all-around score of the season for the Cougars with a career-high 39.225
  • Posted second-best team marks on bars (9.9) and beam (9.925)
  • Earned career bests in all four events and all-around
  • All-American Scholar Athlete 
  • Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete

1997 | Senior Year

  • Recorded a career-high 9.925 on bars against Utah (3/16) 
  • Set a school record with a career-high 9.975 on beam against Southern Utah (3/17)
  • Scored a career-high 9.900 on floor against Michigan (3/3)
  • Earned career-high 39.400 twice in all-around against Utah State and Utah (3/7, 3/16)
  • Named to 1997 NACGC-W First Team Balance Beam
  • All-American Scholar Athlete