2013 American All-Academic Team 2012 BIG EAST All-Academic Team 2014 (Junior): Appeared in all 20 matches with 10 starts ... tallied eight points (four goals) ... notched a goal in the season-opening win over Samford (8/22) ... scored the game-winning goal against UConn (9/28) ... tallied UC's lone goal against Tulsa (10/12) ... netted the game-winning goal against SMU (10/16).
2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 20 matches with five starts ... recorded two goals and two assist on the year ... tallied an assist in the win over UMass Lowell (9/1) ... had a goal in the victory at Providence (9/22) ... notched a goal and an assist in the double-overtime win over Memphis (9/29).
2012 (Freshman): Started first 11 matches of season before suffering leg injury vs. Syracuse (9/23) ... led team in total points (11) and goals (5) ... finished second on team in shot attempts (38) ... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Aug. 20 after scoring three goals and amassing six points in her first two collegiate matches ... finished sixth in the BIG EAST in shots per game (3.36) and tied for ninth in points per game (1.00) ... her 0.45 goals-per-game average ranked eighth in the BIG EAST ... scored two goals against N.C. State (8/19) ... scored game-winner vs. St. John's (9/21) with 2 seconds left in double overtime ... attempted six shots vs. Northeastern (8/26).
High School: A four-year letterwinner at Walnut Hills High School ... received all-Southwest Ohio and first-team all-city honors senior season ... named a first team all-Fort Ancient Valley Conference freshman and senior seasons ... served as team captain sophomore and senior years ... earned second team all-FAVC honors sophomore year and was an honorable mention junior year ... ran on the Walnut Hills 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams that were conference champions her sophomore season.
Club Team:Cincinnati Soccer Alliance.
Personal: Laura Elizabeth Rose ... born June 27, 1994 ... daughter of Mary Jo Rose ... has one older brother, Michael, and two older sisters, Jennifer and Chelsea ... Chose Cincinnati over Florida State, Kansas, South Carolina, Dayton, Wright State, West Virginia, Iowa, Kentucky, Xavier and Louisville.