Beam - 9.925 at Kentucky (2/12/10) Floor - 9.925 vs. Pittsburgh (2/25/11)
2010 NCAA Qualifier (floor)
2009 NCAA Qualifier (floor)
Earned seven individual titles this season including three on beam and four on floor ... Won the floor title against LSU, Kentucky, Pittsburgh and SEMO ... Placed second at NCAA Regionals with a 9.900 on floor ... Won the beam title at Iowa State and at Georgia with a 9.850 in both meets and against Arkansas ... Scored a 9.900 on floor against LSU ... Posted a season-high 9.900 on beam against Arkansas ... Placed third on beam with a 9.800 and first on floor with a 9.900 against Kentucky ... Set a career high on floor with a 9.925 against Pittsburgh ... Scored a 9.850 on beam and a 9.875 on floor and tied for second in both events at Southern Utah ... Posted a 9.875 on floor and placed second on beam with a 9.875 against SEMO ... Scored a 9.875 on floor at the SEC Tournament ... Placed second on floor with a 9.900 at NCAA Regionals in Tuscaloosa ... Scored a 9.750 or better on beam in 8-of-13 meets this season and a 9.750 or better on floor in every meet this season ... Anchored beam in the first six meets and anchored floor in 12-of-13 meets.
Earned first-career title on beam in LSU meet, tying a career best with a 9.875 ... Had meet-clinching score of 9.825 on floor against Georgia ... Scored a 9.875 on beam to tie season-high and place second on the apparatus in Arkansas meet ... Claimed second beam title of career against Kentucky with a 9.925, which ranked as the second-highest beam score in the SEC ... Tallied a then-season high on floor with a 9.875 against the Wildcats to take second in the meet, which was also good for Auburn's top floor performance of the year ... Scored a 9.900 on beam for third title of career on apparatus against Kentucky ... Led Auburn on floor exercise with a 9.850 at the SEC Championships ... Competed in every meet on both floor and beam ... Won second career floor title at NCAA Salt Lake City Regional with a 9.900, tying her career high ... Earned trip to NCAA Championships and finished in a seven-way tie for first place ... Only individual qualifier for NCAA Championship in the floor exercise ... Was the first Auburn individual qualifier to head to nationals since Julie Dwyer in 2008 ... Floor music was a hip-hop compilation of; Party Like a Rockstar, Ice Cream Paint Job, Drop it Like It's Hot, and London Bridge.
Led off season on a high note, scoring a career-best 9.900 in floor exercise against Illinois-Chicago en route to first career title ... Matched the 9.900 against LSU ... Scored a career-best 9.875 on the beam against Florida ... Ranked among top 20 in floor exercise nationally for seven consecutive weeks (Jan. 11-Feb. 23) ... Went to the NCAA Championships as an individual qualifier in the floor exercise.
Saw action in eight competitions and exhibitioned on beam at LSU ... Registered a third-place finish on floor with a 9.875 at Oklahoma ... Made home debut on floor against Georgia.
Prior to Auburn
2007 New Mexico Level 10 all-around and individual state champion ... Placed fourth in the all-around at 2007 Regional ... Took fourth on floor at 2007 Junior Olympic Nationals.
Full name is Rachel Elizabeth Inniss ... Born March 14, 1989 ... Daughter of Wayne Inniss and Annie Cates ... Has six siblings, Aaron (29), Ben (27), Kelsea (25), Timothy (17), Sophya (5) and Dresden (2) ... Major: Accounting.