Annette Reyes
Annette Reyes
Height: 5-1
Year: Senior
Hometown: Petaluma, Calif.
High School: Casa Grande HS
Previous College: Santa Rosa JC
Experience: AA

CAL STATE FULLERTON

FRESHMAN (2002): Competed in three events for the Titans in her first season: vault, beam and floor... ranked fourth with a 9.467 average on the vault... posted a vaulting best of 9.750 at UCLA... posted a high of 9.80 on beam in the regular season finale against Utah State... had a solid start to her season on the floor with a 9.75 vs. Cal and a 9.80 vs. UCLA...

SOPHOMORE (2003): Competed on vault, bars and floor for the Titans... vaulted for a career-best 9.75 against Rhode Island... posted four scores of 9.75 or better on bars, including a career-high 9.825 twice against Rhode Island and at the conference championships, where she tied for sixth in the event... had a career-high 9.925 on the floor against Rhode Island and scored a 9.75 at the NCAA Regionals in that event...

JUNIOR (2004): Reyes competed in all 11 meets for the Titans... scored a career-best 38.375 in the all-around at Southern Utah (1/30) to win individual honors... also won the all-around against Sacramento State and UC Davis (2/8) with a score of 38.800... also won beam at that meet with a career-high 9.85 on the apparatus... floor exercise was her strongest event, averaging a 9.77, and scoring better than 9.80 six times... had a season-high 9.875 on floor four times, including the Titans' upset of then-No. 3 UCLA (2/20)... had a season-high 9.725 on vault in the season opener against California (1/9) and a 2004-best 9.775 twice on bars... tied for seventh at the conference championships (3/19) on floor with a 9.875 and was the Titans' highest finisher on beam at the NCAA Regionals (4/2), tying for 16th pace with a 9.825.

CLUB CAREER: Trained with the Marin Elite Gymnastics Academy.

PERSONAL: Born on August 11, 1981, in Santa Rosa, California... mother's name is Maggie Cabrales... also considered San Jose State, UC Davis and Sacramento State... communications major... chose Fullerton because of the university and the caliber of the gymnastics program.