|Hometown:||Los Olivos, CA|
|High School:||The Dunn School|
2012: Led the Tigers with 32 service aces and her 2.99 kills per set was good for second on the team...posted match-high 13 kills and collected 12 digs in a sweep against Grinnell (Sept. 8)...registered 14 kills and 21 digs at Chapman (Sept. 14)...tallied 11 kills and 10 digs in a 3-0 sweep of Caltech (Sept. 15)...had 8 kills and 9 digs at Whittier (Sept. 21)...posted 6 kills and 8 digs on Sept. 22 against Cal Lutheran...registered 10 kills and 7 digs against Pomona-Pitzer (Sept. 25)...compiled 15 kills, 3 assists, 16 digs, and 2 blocks against La Verne (Sept. 29)...posted 7 kills, 4 service aces, 9 digs, and 2 blocks (1 solo) vs. CMS (Sept. 29)... totaled 13 kills in a 3-0 win over Redlands (Oct. 3)...rattled off six consecutive service aces in a 3-0 win over Caltech on Oct. 5. Finished with seven on the match...tallied eight kills, two service aces, and 11 digs in a sweep of Whittier (Oct. 9)...had six kills and 10 digs at Cal Lutheran (Oct. 12)...posted 6 kills, 5 digs, and 2 blocks vs. Chapman (Oct. 16)...had five kills in 10 attempts vs. Cal State San Marcos (Oct. 19)...recorded a match-high 13 kills on 15 attemps and collected four digs in a sweep of Mills College (Oct. 20)...had six kills on nine attempts and five digs in a sweep for West Coast Baptist (Oct. 23)...
2011: Was named the SCIAC Female Student-Athlete of the Week on Nov. 8 after leading the Tigers to the program's first SCIAC Tournament Championship. Her career week culminated with a match-high 19 kills and 29 digs against No. 15 Cal Lutheran. Rose hit .327 in the finals and had four kills in the fifth set to beat the defending champions on their home court. While the climax was impressive, Rose was also the main reason the Tigers finished second in the overall SCIAC standing and advanced to the finals in the first place. She had a match-high 15 kills, to go along with two aces and 10 digs, in a three-set sweep at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Nov. 1—securing the second place finish for the Tigers. Then in the rematch with the season on the line against the Athenas on Nov. 3, she had another match-high 11 kills and four aces, to go along with three blocks, 12 digs and four assists in just three sets.
HIGH SCHOOL: She played varsity volleyball for four years at a small liberal arts school (Dunn School) in the Santa Ynez Valley. She won the honor of All CIF Second Team and MVP during her volleyball years at Dunn School. She was also volleyball captain her senior year. She helped lead her volleyball team, 3 years in a row, to the quarterfinals in CIF.
PERSONAL: Kasey was born on Feb. 25th 1991 and lived 13 years of her life in Brentwood, Los Angeles before moving up to the Santa Ynez Valley. She has no siblings but has a TON of animals (chickens, horses, dogs, cats, and a rabbit). Kasey also used to be a dancer until 7th grade, when she first started to play volleyball. Kasey plans on becoming an anesthesiologist in her future, but for now is undeclared and is trying to find a major that suits her, while getting all the requirements to get into med-school.
Q & A with Kasey Rose
Q: Favorite Movies:
A: Never Been Kissed, The Illusionist and The Wedding Date
Q: Favorite Music:
A: Goo Goo Dolls
Q: Favorite Foods:
A: Indian, sushi and Italian
Q: Favorite Sport:
A: Soccer and tennis
Q: Favorite Teams/Athletes:
A: Michael Phelps
Q: Favorite TV Shows:
A: That 70's Show, 3rd Rock From the Sun, CSI and True Blood
Q: Favorite Quotes:
A: "You can't have too many pairs of shoes or too many friends."
Q: Hobbies/Special Talents:
A: Dance, swimming and eating
Q: If you could visit anywehere, where would it
A: Egypt and Turkey- I did a project on them in elementary school