Bailey Wins Pommel Horse
Cal Closes Home Slate With a Victory
Bears Best Cardinal
Bears Place Ahead of Nebraska, Washington
Stanford Gets Redemption Win in Second Meeting of the Year
Expected to help the Bears on floor and high bar and build upon other events...coaches note him as a talented gymnast.
2011: Competed on floor and parallel bars while appearing in four meets...took third place on parallel bars against Iowa with a season-high 14.650...recorded a 14.200 on floor, his best performance of the season, in the Stanford Open...his score of 14.500 tied him for third on parallel bars in the meet against Oklahoma.
2010: Became a regular in the lineup for floor and parallel bars by the end of the season...notched a 14.550 on the floor in the NCAA Team Qualifiers for a season high...had a season-high 14.850 on parallel bars in the NCAA Team Championships to lead the Bears...was an All-American on the parallel bars as his 14.600 was good for sixth in the NCAA Individual Championships.
2009: All-American on parallel bars...Kerry excelled in his first NCAA outing, grabbing a 14.600 on floor for a career high and he also earned a 14.750 on p-bars to tie for fourth in the qualifier...established a career high of 14.900 on the p-bars during the MPSF Championships...set a season high on the horizontal bars (14.650) during the Gold Country Classic.
Personal: Personal: Was awarded the best sportsmanship award in 2007...earned academic all-American status in 2004...was his region's high bar champion...undeclared major...parents are Jill and William Kerry.
KERRY'S 2011 CAREER BESTS
(FIG SCORING SYSTEM)
KERRY'S CAREER BESTS (FIG SCORING SYSTEM)
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