2009 Season (Senior): A 2009 tri-captain along with Heather Purnell and Carly Janiga ... earned All-Pac-10 second-team honors on bars and floor ... won the bars at UC Davis (2/27) with a collegiate best of 9.90 ... it was the first uneven bars victory of her collegiate career ... awarded Stanford's Gymnast of the Year honor.
2008 Season (Junior): Took on the role of motivator for her team, keeping the energy high and her teammates focused ... earned her third Academic All-American honor ... was named to the Pac-10 All-Academic team for the second consecutive year ... scored a career-best 9.9 on floor against Nebraska and Alabama ... scored 9.8 or above in all 13 of her floor performances ... scored at least 9.80 in seven of her final eight beam performances ... has career bests of 9.875 in vault, 9.95 on bars, 9.95 on beam and 9.9 on floor.
2007 Season (Sophomore): Finished 11th in nation in vault (9.725), earning first-team All-America honors ... All-Pac-10 selection ... competed all season on bars, beam and floor ... achieved season-high 9.9 on beam at NCAA South Central regional ... scored 9.9 on floor vs. UCLA.
2006 Season (Freshman): Fifth on bars (9.85) and sixth on beam (9.85) at NCAA West regional ... finished 10th on bars (9.8) at Pac-10 championships.
Club/High School: A 2005 graduate of St. Charles East High School in St. Charles, Ill. ... An international elite gymnast and member of the U.S. national team ... ranked among the top 15 gymnasts in the country ... qualified for the U.S. national championships four times and competed three times ... a 2000 Junior Olympic national team member (fourth in all-around, first on bars, third on beam) .. placed fifth in the all-around at the 2005 U.S. Classics in Rochester, N.Y.
Personal: Daughter of Dan and Elaine Fee ... has two sisters, Colleen and Catherine ... majoring in engineering.
Getting to know Kelly Fee
My earliest gymnastics memory is ... having my mom braid my hair before a pre-level 5 meet (I cried ha-ha)
Growing up in gymnastics, I always pretended to be ... the best
When I was in younger, I was always in trouble for ... nothing. I was too afraid to break the rules
What is your hidden talent? My ability to memorize the lyrics to musicals - yes, I'm a nerd
The best nickname I ever had was ... GooFee
I'd be the perfect person to ... lift your spirit
The best advice my parents ever gave me was ... you can do anything
My greatest athletic moment was ... sticking my beam routine in the prelims of NCAA Championships in 2007
Since coming to Stanford, I have learned ... that education and service are ways of life and not just actions we take
The best thing about Stanford women's gymnastics is ... that we're a family