Shannen Kelly
    Shannen Kelly


    Phoenix, Ariz.

    High School:
    Sandra Day O'Connor


    Vault, Beam, Floor

    Desert Devils Gymnastics


    Air Force vs Arizona


    Air Force vs Eastern Michigan


    Air Force Triangular




    Seattle Pacific

    FRESHMAN | 2013: Earned the team's Outstanding Freshman award...competed in 12 team competitions...tied for the squad's highest score of the year on the floor exercise...recorded a career-best 9.825 to tie for first on that event during Air Force's home victory over Seattle Pacific...also tallied a career-best 9.725 on the balance beam to finish third at that meet...matched that score two weeks later during the triangular meet at UC Davis...first broke the 9.700 mark on the beam at Seattle Pacific...also competed on vault, scoring a career-best 9.625 at the Eagle Invitational.

    HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Sandra Day O'Connor High School...graduated first in class...member of the National Honor Society...member of the Society of Female Scholars...competed for the club level at Desert Devils Gymnastics...coached by Wes Jones and Ashley Schwalb...Arizona state champion on the balance beam in 2012...also finished second on the vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and all-around at that meet...placed on the beam (fifth), floor (eighth) and all-around (ninth) at the 2012 Region I Championships...2012 Junior Olympic National qualifier...finished second on the beam and third on the vault, floor and all-around at the 2011 state championship meet...placed fifth on the balance beam at the 2011 Region I Championships, while earning top-15 scores in the all-around (11th) and floor (14th).

    PERSONAL: Full name is Shannen Lee Kelly...nickname is "Shan"...daughter of Ryan and Linda Kelly...has three younger siblings: Megan, Delaney and McKenna...hasn't declared a major, but is considering law or behavioral science...earning a minor in French...served as a PEER...named to the Athletic Director's List both semesters of freshman year...hobbies include hanging out with friends and reading...completed Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training and Jump over the summer...also spent two weeks on the beach in San Diego...favorite event is the balance beam, because "it's all about your mindset. When you look at your gymnastics with a positive attitude, you will get positive results"...member of Cadet Squadron 27.

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