Marissa Rossi
Marissa Rossi
Height: 5-8
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Reseda, CA
High School: Calabasas HS
Position: Jumps/Throws

Marissa Rossi qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round (May 23-25) in the triple jump in her first season at CSUN ... posted a best mark of 39-4 (11.99) and finished 38th ... finished third in both the triple jump and javelin and was sixth in the long jump and  at the Big West Championships (May 10-11) ... jumped a season-best 40-4.75 (12.31) in the triple jump which ranks fourth on the CSUN all-time Freshmen list ... posted a season-best 19-0 (5.79) at both the conference championships and the Steve Scott Invitational (Apr. 28) ... threw a season-best 135-10 (41.41) at the Big West Championships which is the sixth-best mark in Matador history and ranks third on the freshman list ... INDOOR SEASON: placed 16th in the long jump at the MPSF Championships (Feb. 23) with a best of 17-2 (5.23) ... season-best of 18-9.75 (5.73) came at the NYU Team Challenge (Jan. 19) where she finished first ... also qualified for the MPSF Championships in the triple jump where she finished 16th at 35-1 (10.69) ... best triple jump of the indoor season 36-5 (11.10) at the Great Dane Classic (Jan. 18). 

Rossi lettered in both track & field and volleyball at Calabasas High School in Calabasas, Calif. ... was a three-time All-Marmonte League performer for the Coyotes track & field team ... competed in the long jump, triple jump, 100 meters and discus as a senior for coach Donna Watts ... was an all-league outside hitter for the volleyball team as a junior and senior ... was named Scholar Athlete of the Year ... graduated in 2012 with a 3.5 grade point average.

Born September 23, 1993 in Northridge, Calif. ... parents are Marla and Chris Rossi ... has three sisters, Tanya, Alanna and Sarina ... Tanya and her mother both played volleyball at Pierce College ... favorites include the movie "Zoolander", pasta and listening to Wiz Kahlifa ... says her greatest sports moment was "going to Masters senior year" ... says the toughest thing about being an athlete is "practice" ... major is Accounting.


Long Jump: 19-0 (5.79) - Big West Championships (5/11/13) & Steve Scott Inv. (4/28/13)

Triple Jump: 40-4.75 (12.31) - Big West Championships (5/11/13)

Javelin: 135-10 (41.41) - Big West Championships (5/11/13)


Long Jump: 18-9.75 (5.73) - NYU Team Challenge (1/19/13)

Triple Jump: 36-5 (11.10) - Great Dane Classic (1/18/13)

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