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As a Junior (2005): Competed in three lineups (vault, beam, floor) all season, except at NCAA Regionals where a toe injury kept her out of the vault and floor lineups... set career-high 9.95 on floor, tying for second... tied for the floor title with 9.80 at Seattle Pacific... was been the Beavers' highest scoring vaulter in four meets... won the vault title at Cal State Fullerton with 9.90... tied for second on vault against Arizona State with 9.875... tied for second on vault at Stanford and against Cal with 9.825... negotiated season-best performance on beam against Cal with 9.825 and repeated the effort at the Pac-10 Championships... "hit" 34-37 routines in 2005.

As a Sophomore (2004): One of the team's most consistent gymnasts... Competed vault, beam and floor in every meet and hit 35 of 36 routines... Averaged 9.806 on floor, 9.798 on vault and 9.767 on beam... Had a career-high 9.925 on vault at the NCAA Regional Championships to tie for third... Scored 9.875 in three other meets, including the Pac-10 Championships... Had eight scores of 9.85 or better on vault... Scored a career-high of 9.925 twice on floor, at UCLA and against Stanford... Scored a 9.90 to win the event against Arizona... In all, had nine performances of 9.80 or better... Had a career-high 9.90 on beam at Utah and had a 9.875 at regionals.

As a Freshman (2003): One of the most consistent gymnasts on the 2003 team... Hit 38 of the 39 routines (97 percent) she performed her freshman year, missing only on beam in the first meet of the season... As a result, was named co-Most Consistent Gymnast and co-Newcomer of the Year... Finished the year with the team's second-best average on all three of the events she competed (vault, beam and floor)... Her best event was floor, averaging 9.860... Scored a career-high 9.925 three times, won the event once, and scored a 9.80 or better in every meet but one... Averaged 9.808 on vault and had two wins on the event... Had a career-high 9.90 twice, both on the road (at Arizona and at BYU), and scored a 9.80 or better in nine meets... On beam, had five marks of 9.80 or better, with a career-high 9.85 at BYU and an average of 9.746.

Pre-Oregon State: Placed second on floor and sixth on beam the 2002 Junior Olympic national championship meet... Earned a spot on the 2001 USAG national team after placing fourth in the all-around at the J.O. national meet that year... Placed fourth on vault and fifth on floor at the 2001 J.O. meet... Took fourth on vault at the 2000 national meet as well... Won beam, floor and all-around titles at the 2002 regional championships... Three-time regional and state vault champion... Has been involved in gymnastics since 1987... Trained at Gymnastics World with coach Gina Mueller-Martin.

Personal: Born in San Diego, California... Daughter of Kim and Joe Morales... Has a younger brother, Anthony... Human development and family sciences major... Graduated from Canyon Del Oro High School, where she was a member of National Honor Society.

  Angela Morales

Angela Morales

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Tucson, Ariz.

High School:
Canyon Del Oro



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