ASU wrestler Kelsey Campbell is 'grateful', excited for London Olympic Games (AZ Central/May 2, 2012)
Kelsey Campbell has transformed herself into a legitimate U.S. Olympic women's wrestling contender (AZ Central/April 15, 2012)
Kelsey Campbell Turns Bet Into Olympic Berth - ESPN.com (April 22, 2012)
Arizona State - 2007-08: Competed in seven events, placing in all six tournaments... won her second National Collegiate Women's championship, this time claiming the 59kg crown after winning the 63kg title in 2007... posted a 22-8 record on the year and earned a trio of third-place finishes, including the NYAC Holiday Tournament, the Dave Schultz Memorial and the Senior Women's Freestyle Championships in Las Vegas... placed fourth at the Guelph Open and fifth at the season-opening Sunkist International Open in Tempe... went 4-0 at the West-Midwest Duals, allowing only two points scored on her and picking up a win by fall... was not scored on at the Collegiate Women's Nationals, including a fall in 31 seconds and two decision wins... has qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Wrestling (June 13-15) at 59kg.
Pacific: Competed for one season at Pacific in Forest Grove, Ore.... placed fifth at the Sunkist Kids/ASU International Open in both 2004 and 2005... sixth at the Clansmen International Open.
ASU (Club): Competed in one tournament for Arizona State (club), winning the 2007 Women's Collegiate National Championships in Forest Grove, Ore.... it was the first tournament victory of her career... captured the 63kg (138.5 pounds) division, going 3-0 in the tournament... unseeded in the event, knocked off No. 4, No. 1 and No. 2 for the national title... defeated No. 2 Emily Rinehart (Missouri Valley), 1-1, 2-0, 3-1, in the final... placed fifth at the 2007 U.S. Women's Nationals and fourth at the 2007 World Team Trials... second at the 2007 Olympia Grappling World Team Trials qualifier.
High School: A graduate of Milwaukie High School (Milwaukie, Ore.)... lettered four times in track & field, three times in cross country, twice in soccer and once each in wrestling, basketball and dance... captain of the track & field and cross country teams a senior... placed eighth at Fargo Nationals to earn All-America honors... selected as the Most Inspirational athlete for MHS in soccer (2000 and 2002) and track (2003)... track team MVP in 2000.
Personal: Majoring in communications & justice studies... parents are Milton Sr. and Christy... has one brother: Milton Jr.... born June 5, 1985, in Anchorage, Alaska... hobbies include music, dancing and reading the Bible... moved to Arizona to help start a church... full name is Kelsey Rene Campbell.