Nixa: Rose played high school ball for the Nixa Eagles, catching for head coach Randy Towe. She was a four-time First Team All-Conference, a three-time First Team All-District, three time All-Ozarks and two-time All-State honoree. She was named the Co-Player of the Year for her conference as a senior, where she hit .630 with 12 home runs, the second most in state, while tying the state record with a 1.370 slugging percentage. She also tied the Missouri state record with 55 runs batted in and broke the state record for extra base hits with 34. She hit .490 for her career in high school and set team season and career records for hits, home runs, runs batted in, slugging percentage, batting average, extra base hits and runs. In her last year of club ball with the Missouri Firestix, Rose hit over .500 with 15 home runs. She was also on her high school's track and field squad. Academically, Rose was a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Carlie Rose is the daughter of Chad and Jennifer Samuel and Joey Rose. She was born in Rogers, Ark., on April 17, 1993. Her father, Joey, played football at Missouri Southern State University. She has three younger siblings, brother, Cody, sister, Sydney and brother, Bodee.