The Aggies add players from three different states.
In all, approximately 51 percent of USU's student-athletes earned a 3.2 GPA to qualify for the awards.
Aggies add players from three different states.
Of its 52 academic all-WAC selections, Utah State had 18 student-athletes from football honored, along with 11 student-athletes from soccer, eight from both women's cross country and volleyball, and seven from men's cross country.
Aggies conclude the 2012 season with a stellar 13-3-6 record, making their second NCAA Tournament.
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USU Women's Soccer vs. Boise State 2013
USU Women's Soccer vs. San Diego State, 2013
USU Women's Soccer vs. New Mexico 2013
Honors: Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year (2014); First-Team All-Mountain West (2014); College Sports Madness Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year (2014); Third-Team NSCAA All-Pacific Region (2014); College Sports Madness First-Team All-Mountain West (2014); Academic All-Mountain West (2013, 2014); Second-Team NSCAA Scholar All-West Region (2014); Second-Team All-Mountain West (2013); Mountain West Scholar-Athlete (2013); WAC All-Tournament Team (2012); Academic All-WAC (2011, 2012); Second-Team All-WAC (2011, 2012); WAC Freshman of the Year (2011).
Records: Is tied for first in games started and tied for second in games played at USU with 86 each.
2014 (SR): Named Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year... Also earned all-Mountain West first-team accolades... Named to NSCAA all-Pacific third-team... Also earned College Sports Madness all-Mountain West first-team and Defensive Player of the Year honors... Started all 20 matches, playing a team-best 1,788 minutes of the season... Scored three goals on the year... Anchored the Aggie defense that allowed just 21 goals on the season... Took 37 shots during the season, with 15 on goal... Played a season-best 110 minutes at Houston (Sept. 14) and at Colorado College (Sept. 26)... Earned second-team NSCAA Women's University Division Scholar all-West Region honors... Earned academic all-Mountain West honors and was a Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete Award recipient... Part of the USU squad that earned its 12th-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award.
2013 (JR): Earned second-team all-Mountain West honors... One of five Aggies to start all 22 matches... Played over 100 minutes five times and 90 minutes or more 19 times... Knocked in her first game-winning goal of the season with a penalty kick against Utah Valley (Aug. 26)... Scored the game-winning goal with a penalty kick at Idaho State (Sept. 7)... Scored goals in back-to-back matches against ISU and Arkansas (Sept. 13)... Anchor of the USU defense that allowed only 21 goals in 22 matches... Part of the USU squad that earned its 11th-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award... Earned all-MW academic, all-MW Scholar-Athlete and Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete honors.
2012 (SO): One of four players who started all 22 matches... Part of the stingy USU defense that allowed only 13 goals... Had two assists for two points, including points in wins at Nebraska-Omaha (Aug. 27) and at Utah Valley (Sept. 2)... Played 110 minutes six times in 2012, including three-straight matches from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30... One of two Aggies to play over 2,000 minutes... Took eight shots... Part of the USU squad that earned its 10th-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award... Named Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete and academic all-WAC.
2011 (FR): Played and started all 22 matches in the USU backfield... One of three freshmen to score a goal along with Lexie Morgan and Jade Tarver... Scored her first collegiate point with an assist against Boise State (Sept. 25)... Added her first goal in a win at Idaho (Oct. 21)... Helped the always-tough USU defense allow only 15 goals on the season... Played 110 minutes in ties against Boise State and Fresno State (Oct. 30)...One of three players to log over 2,000 minutes with 2,032... Took 11 shots, six on goal... Had one goal and one assist on the season for three points... Part of the USU squad that earned its ninth-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award... Earned all-WAC academic honors and Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete honors.
High School: A four-year starter at Woods Cross High School in North Salt Lake, Utah for head coach Kevin Rigby... Named co-overall high school MVP in 2009... All-state honorable mention honors as both a junior and a senior... Team advanced to quarterfinals of the 4A state championship... High school teammate of former Aggie Kendra Pemberton... Three-time Utah State Cup Champion (2004, 2005, 2007) with Sparta United Premier `92 coached by Patrick Rennie... Won both the Las Vegas Mayor and Davis County Mayor's Cups in 2007... Was on both Utah and West Virginia State Olympic Development Program teams... Named to the National Honor Society.
Personal: Parents are Bill and Angie Rose... Graduated in May, 2014 with a degree in exercise science... Currently pursuing a master's degree.
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