NCAA finalist in the still rings (10th place - 9.237)...forecasted to ascend to All-American status in 2005, become a finalist in the three events which he competes in...the strongest Cal gymnast, and one of the tops in the nation.
2004: As Coach Weiner predicted in the preseason, Yee made his impact with the Bears on the still rings...posted a 9.475 on the still rings in the team final (April 3), and followed with a 9.237 the next day in the individual finals, good for 10th place...won the MPSF championship in the still rings with a season-high performance of 9.662, which was a Cal team-high...his score of 9.662 was the highest mark by a Bear in rings since the 2000 season.
2003: rated second on the team in vault with a best of 9.350, and fourth in pommel horse with a high of 9.200...opened the season finishing 4th in rings at the Stanford Open (8.600)...won the vault at the Stanford/Arizona State meet (9.350) and also finished 4th in the pommel horse (9.150)...picked up points against Iowa finishing 4th in both the still rings and the vault.
Previous: Transferred to Cal after one year as a member of the UC Santa Barbara men's gymnastics team.
Personal: Jay Alan Yee ... cognitive science major ... career goals include producing music ... has older sister, Jill ... parents are Charlene Miyashita and Albert Yee ... born March 25, 1983 in Milwaukee, WI.
Yee's career/season bests
Horse: 9.650 Rings: 9.662 Vault: 9.400