photo by Bryan Clark

Height: 5’3″

Favorite Position: jammer

Significance of Name/Number: I wanted a derby name that was tough, yet classy to reflect my own persona. The number 1920 was picked because I love the 1910-1920’s era with the flapper movement and women becoming more independent and testing their own boundaries and limits.

Likes: Science!, Fly fishing, hiking, snowboarding, reading a good murder mystery novel, and gardening

Hometown: Bremerton, Washington

Occupation: Student at CWU

Major Injuries: Broken Collar bone and spinal injury back in 2005 where I had to have my spine fused

Derby Birthday: April 2012

Bio: I grew up in a small town actually outside of Bremerton called Seabeck. There I grew up raising farm animals such as rabbits, pigs, goats, and also showed horses in 4-H. My parents thought that I would always be a tom boy. I was always causing trouble and climbing trees catching frogs in the summer, stuff like that. Somehow however, I became a young lady with potential to do anything I set my mind too. For the last four summers I worked at a fishing lodge up in Alaska where I did a lot of baking – bread, cookies , desserts, ect. I had such a blast at that job. Plus I got to go fishing almost every night just out my back cabin door!! 🙂 I am currently a student at CWU finishing up my degree in Science Education where I will be teaching high school students biology and chemistry! I plan to also go on and pursue a masters degree in environmental chemistry education. I am a nerd when it comes to science! I bought a house about 3 years ago here in Ellensburg which I love the feeling of owning my own house. I am not sure how long I will stay here in Ellensburg after I graduate, however I have learned to love this area and all it has to offer!

SOTM – Quotes from fellow league mates:

“She’s just so damned cute; she didn’t complain about not playing in the second half of the game at Rolling Hills and she is learning by leaps and bounds. She listens to everyone. She volunteers and is ready to play in every single game.”

“She is so positive and open”

“Scorned Rose is quickly progressing to an amazing up and coming jammer!”

“Scorned Rose is improving at an incredible rate! She’s always there and with a great attitude.”

Awards: 2012 October Skater of the Month, 2012 Beauties Most Improved, 2012 Why so serious? Presidental Award