Leilani Alferos

Leilani Alferos

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

High School:
Trabuco Hills HS

Height:
5-0

Position:
AA

Experience:
1V

Club:
OlympicaGymnastics Academy

2011 Season Stats - Alferos Get Acrobat Reader

2010 Season Stats - Alferos Get Acrobat Reader

• 2010 & '11 NACGC Scholastic All-American

2011
In 2011, Leilani performed in exhibition on the vault five times ... scored a season-best 9.725 in exhibition at Arizona State (2/6/11) ... improved her bars and beam routines greatly but never cracked a deep lineup.

2010
Leilani competed on the vault and uneven bars for the Beavers as a freshman ... was involved in a bicycle accident (2/22/10) and was unable to return to the lineup until the NCAA Columbia Regional in April ... set season-high on vault of 9.70 twice ... returned to the lineup at regionals and scored a 9.65 on the vault ... "hit" three out of five routines.

Pre-Oregon State
Leilani qualified for the Junior Olympic National Championships in 2006 and 2008 ... missed 2007 J.O. Nationals due to injury ... finished first on uneven bars and second in the all-around at the National Judges Cup ... earned individual titles on bars, floor exercise and all-around at the Metroplex Challenge ... second on vault, beam, floor and all-around at the SCATS Surf City Classic ... finished ninth in the all-around at the Region 1 Championships ... trained at the OlympicaGymnastics Academy under coach Nicole DeMoss.

Personal
Born in Long Beach, California ... daughter of Manuelita and Neil Alferos ... has one sibling, Jordan ... father, Neil, is an accountant ... mother, Manuelita, is a software engineer ... is studying Pre-Business ... on the honor roll and a member of National Honor Society throughout high school ... active in French Club, Surfrider (an environmental club), Truth Be Told (a Christian club), the California Scholarship Federation and French Honor Society during her high school years ... chose OSU because "I love the fact that I'll get to stay on the west coast and will compete in the Pac-10. I'm excited to experience a new environment while still being close to home. On my visits the students, team and coaches were incredibly nice and really sealed my final decision."

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