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  Baely Rowe
Baely Rowe

Player Profile
Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Federal Way, WA

High School:
Auburn Riverside HS

Height:
5-3

Birthdate:
09/24/1995

Club::
Auburn Gynmastics Center

Utah
Enrolled in classes at Utah in the summer and participated in voluntary workouts.

Prior to Utah
Three-time Junior Olympic Champion won the all-around at the 2013 J.O. National Championships and placed first on bars in 2010 and 2012 ... recorded five top-10 all-around finishes at the J.O. Nationals, winning the 2013 title, taking second in 2012, third in 2009, seventh in 2011 and ninth in 2010 ... won the J.O. uneven bar title in 2010 and 2012, placed second on bars and floor in 2009 (when she made the J.O. National Team) and was fourth on vault in 2011 ... 2013 Region 2 all-around champion also captured all four individual event titles ... Washington state champion in the all-around and on vault, bars and beam (runner-up on floor) ... won the all-around at the 2013 Emerald Team Challenge and the 2013 MetroPlex Challenge ... seventh all-around at the 2012 Nastia Luikin Cup ... won vault and placed fifth all-around at the 2009 U.S. Challenge ... trained at Auburn Gymnastics Center for coaches Brent Phelps and Peter Flores ... graduated from Auburn Riverside High School ... played soccer until her freshman year of high school, when she decided to concentrate on gymnastics.

Personal
Daughter of Sherri Kruzner-Rowe and Scott Rowe ... third member of her family to compete for a Pac-12 school: brother Kelyn played soccer at UCLA, where he was the 2011 Pac-12 Player of the Year, and sister Bree played soccer for Oregon from 2007-2010 ... Kelyn now plays for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer ... has not declared a major ... full name is Baely Chenae Rowe ... born Sept. 24, 1995.

Insight on Baely
Age Started Gymnastics: 3
Favorite Food: Orange chicken
Favorite Non U of U Sports Team: Seattle Seahawks Favorite Subject in School: Math
Did U Know? Brother Kelyn is a professional soccer player

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