2004-05: Originally attended the U.S. Military Academy before being medically discharged. Finished the year at Angelina Junior College in her hometown of Lufkin, Texas.
2003-04: Celeste placed in the top five in seven of the meets she competed in... placed fourth in air rifle against Nevada with a score of 380... earned fourth place finishes in both air rifle and smallbore at the Horned Frog Invitational... a smallbore score of 1,159 earned her a second place finish against Air Force... finished fourth in smallbore with a score of 1,148 against Army... placed tenth in air rifle with a score of 377 at the BSC Invitational... placed third in smallbore with a score of 1,159 at the Gamecock Invitational... earned a first place smallbore finish and a fifth place air rifle finish against Air Force... placed second in smallbore at the NCAA Sectionals with a score of 1,146 and finished seventh in air rifle with a score of 372.
2002-03: Made an impact as a member of the Purple squad from her first meet where she tied for second in air rifle with a score of 387 at Nevada on September 7 ... placed fourth at both Ole Miss and Memphis with scores of 383 and 380 on September 28 ...her contributions helped the Purple squad place first at Memphis ... earned individual first place finishes in air rifle and second place in smallbore at the Aggie Invitational and aided the team with placing first in both air rifle and smallbore on October 12 ... placed first and broke the school smallbore record with an 1,173 at the Horned Frog Invitational and placed fifth in air rifle on October 14 ... tied for fourth in air rifle with former Horned Frog Stacy Hughes at Army with 382 and placed sixth in smallbore on November 5 ... earned another first place finish and matched the school record for air rifle with an impressive 392 at UAB on November 22 ... the next day at the Gamecock Invitational she placed fourth in the smallbore and 11th in air rifle with scores of 1,160 and 381 ... aided the Purple squad to a first place finish at the BSC Invitational on November 24 with a tenth place finish and an individual score of 372 ... ended the season on a high note at the NCAA Sectionals where she finished first in both air rifle and smallbore events with scores of 391 and 1,165 and helped the team earn first place finishes.
Prior to TCU: Garnered international recognition with 13th-place finish in women's junior 50m prone at the 2002 ISSF World Championships in Lahti, Finland ... has also earned international recognition shooting with numerous select teams and at prestigious national and international events, including: U.S. National and Development Teams (2001-02), Junior World Championship Team -- prone and air rifle (`02), Junior Olympic All-Star Team -- smallbore and air rifle (`02), Championships of the Americas (`01), U.S. Robert Team (`01), U.S. Goodwill Randle Team (`01) and with Randle and Dewar teams at 2000 and `01 NRA National Championships ... collected titles at the 2001 Texas State Rifle Association and Texas State 4-H Championships ... added Women's Metallic Sight National Prone and Junior Prone championships in 2000-01 ... was a silver medalist at the 2001 Championship of the Americas ... claimed bronze medals at the 2002 Junior Olympic and National championships ... holds the International Randle Match record ... also owns the Texas State 4-H Championships record ... posted the meet's highest scores in both air rifle (386) and smallbore (1,160) competitions as a high school independent at the 2001 Horned Frog Invitational.
Personal: Full name is Andrea Celeste Green ... born October 25, 1983 ... daughter of Cheryl and Rick Green ... enjoys writing, hunting and other outdoors activities, playing piano and other sports such as gymnastics, volleyball, soccer and softball ... majoring in political science with an emphasis in international relations.