Kent State Awards & Honors
•MAC Champion: 2010 Uneven Bars
•First Team All-MAC: 2010
•MAC Specialist of the Week: 2010 (2/2, 3/11)
Uneven Bars: 9.925
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2011 Junior Season
• Sat out the season due to injury.
2010 Sophomore Season Highlights
•Competed in 11 meets on the uneven bars.
•Led Kent State with a scoring average of 9.805 on the uneven bars.
•Posted events scores of 9.750 or better 10 times on the uneven bars.
•Tallied six top-three finishes, including five first-place finishes on the uneven bars.
•Won the uneven bars with a score of 9.925 -- good enough for the fourth-highest score in school history -- as the Golden Flashes defeated George Washington (1/29), 193.950-188.600. Earned MAC Specialist of the Week honors for her efforts.
•Tied for first on the uneven bars by recording a 9.850 to help Kent State defeat Northern Illinois (2/19), 194.575-192.775) and Rutgers, 194.575-187.925).
•Placed third on the uneven bars with a score of 9.750 as Kent State dispatched Ball State (2/28), 194.500-193.150.
•Took first place on the uneven bars with a score of 9.850 against Kentucky (2/28). Earned MAC Specialist of the Week recognition for her performance.
•Won on the uneven bars by recording a 9.875 as Kent State won the MAC regular season title with a 195.300-192.950 win at Western Michigan (3/21).
•Earned conference gold on the uneven bars with score of 9.875 at the MAC Championships (3/27).
•Placed 12th on the uneven bars with a mark of 9.800 at the NCAA Morgantown Regional (4/10).
2009 Freshman Season Highlights
•Appeared in 12 meets for the Golden Flashes on the uneven bars.
•Received a season-high score of 9.85 on the uneven bars against Western Michigan (3/15) to finish second.
•Finished 13th in the Mid-American Conference with a regional qualifying score of 9.745 on the uneven bars.
Prior to Kent State
•Three-time Junior Olympics Level 10 national qualifier.
•Four-year honor roll recipient.
•Member of Prestige Gymnastics.
•Born Dec. 11, 1989.
•Daughter of Leann Rothrock.
•Majoring in exercise science.