| Mandi Rodriguez
2010 Season Stats - Rodriguez
2009 Season Stats - Rodriguez
2008 Season Stats - Rodriguez
2007 Season Stats - Rodriguez
2010 All-American First Team, Vault (3rd overall)
2010 All-American Second Team, Floor Exercise & All-Around
2010 All-Pac-10 First Team, All-Around
2009 All-American First Team, Vault & Floor Exercise
2009 All-American Second Team, All-Around
2009 Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year
2009 NCAA Central Regional Floor Exercise Champion & Vault Co-Champion
2009 Pac-10 All-Pac-10 Vault Champion & Floor Exercise Co-Champion
2009 & '10 Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention
2008 NCAA West Regional Floor Exercise Co-Champion
2008 All-Pac-10 First Team, Vault & Floor Exercise
2007 All-American First Team, Vault
2007 All-Pac-10 Conference, Vault
Everyday Champion - Week of April 9, 2007
Mandi earned a trifecta of All-America honors (vault, floor exercise & all-around) in 2010 making her a seven-time All-American for her career ... finished second on the vault during the afternoon session at NCAA Championships to qualify for Individual Event Finals; finished third overall with a combined score of 9.8438 ... earned All-Pac-10 first team honors in the all-around for the second straight season ... won 21 event titles on the season - which ranks seventh on OSU's single season list - finishing her career with 68 wins putting her third on OSU's all-time list ... earned Pac-10 Gymnast of the Week for her effort against Stanford when she scored 39.475 in the all-around to lead the sixth-ranked Beavers to victory over the No. 5 Cardinal ... twice earned Pac-10 Special Performance of the Week; after scoring 9.95's on vault and floor against Arizona, and again for scoring a 9.95 on vault against Kentucky ... "hit" 54 out of 57 routines ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... was a finalist for the AAI Award (annually awarded to the top senior gymnast in the nation).
Mandi became the third gymnast in OSU history to be named the Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year ... earned first team All-America honors on vault and floor exercise and second team in the all-around ... finished seventh on vault at Individual Finals and tied for sixth on the floor ... won the NCAA Central Regional floor exercise title (9.925) and tied for the top honor on vault (9.95) ... won the Pac-10 title on vault (9.95) and tied for the title on floor (9.90) ... 2009 All-Pac-10 First Team in the all-around ... earned Pac-10 Gymnast of the Week twice and Pac-10 Special Performance of the Week twice ... won 26 individual titles in 2009, the fifth-most in single season history at OSU ... set a career-high 9.975 on floor against California & Arkansas ... set a career-high in the all-around (39.600), tied her career-high on beam (9.85), set a season-high on bars (9.875) and tied a season-high on vault (9.925) in the Salbasgeon Suites Invitational ... set career-high on beam (9.875) at Missouri ... scored 9.95 on the vault in three consecutive meets at the end of the season (Pac-10, Regional & NCAAs) ... "hit" 55 out of 58 routines ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
Mandi competed the entire 2008 season without a single fall, "hitting" 48 out of 48 routines ... after the season opening Lady Luck Invitational, she never scored below 9.85 on the floor exercise in the next 13 meets ... scored 9.90 or better on the floor six times ... tallied 13 individual event titles including six on vault, where she posted scores of 9.9 or better eight times, and five on the floor ... scored 9.90 at the NCAA West Regional to tie for the title ... also earned first team All-Pac-10 honors on vault and floor.
Mandi became a first team All-American on vault as a freshman ... finished fifth at Individual Event Finals ... a mainstay in all four lineups throughout the entire season and performed every event in every meet ... despite the return of an All-American to the lineup, she took control of the anchor position in the vault lineup before the season began ... won four individual vault titles and was the Beavers' top vaulters eight times ... posted a season-best of 9.950 on vault twice; at Washington and against Cal State Fullerton ... earned top score of 9.925 on the floor exercise in a win over UCLA ... other top scores were 9.875 on bars and 9.850 on beam with a career-best of 39.450 in the all-around ... "hit" 51-56 routines including going 14-14 on the floor ... earned All-Pac-10 honors on vault in her first year at the collegiate level.
Placed second on vault, fifth on bars and ninth all-around at the 2006 Junior Olympic Nationals ... finished second on vault and bars and third in the all-around at 2006 regional meet ... winner of Most Artistic Gymnast award at the Golden State Friendship Challenge ... finished second on vault, third on bars, third on floor and third all-around at the 2006 State Meet ... won on vault and in the all-around at an intrasquad with the Mexican National Team in 2005 ... placed sixth in the all-around at the 2004 Mexican national championships ... finished second on vault and eighth in the all-around at the 2004 Olimpiada Elite meet ... placed sixth on beam and eight all-around at the 2003 U.S. Challenge elite meet ... trained at the SCATS Gymnastics under coach Don Peters and for the Mexican National Team under coach Eduardo Carmona ... competed with several Division-I gymnasts at her club including Amy Defilippo (Arkansas), Nicole Day (California), Ashley Jenkins (UCLA), London Phillips (Cal State Fullerton), Meagan Byrne (Alaska), Janson Chu (Penn State) and Andrew Stover (Illinois).
Born in Los Angeles ... daughter of Nancie and Jose Rodriguez ... sister, Andrea, is also a student at Oregon State ... has dual citizenship with Mexico allowing her to compete in Mexico's national team program ... is studying Exercise and Sports Science with an emphasis in pre-therapy and allied health and a minor in Spanish ... has three cousins who have or do attend Oregon State ... member of National Honor Society ... four year member of Ambassadors Corps ... member of the California Scholarship Federation all four years of high school ... chose to attend Oregon State because she feels "the program is on the rise, the great coaches and her family in Oregon."