Gymnastics returns to Pac-12 Networks
Four ranked women’s gymnastics programs highlighted this Monday as UCLA, Arizona State, Stanford and Cal face off in doubleheader
SAN FRANCISCO – This Monday, Jan. 21, Pac-12 Network will showcase four top-25 women’s gymnastics teams with a doubleheader. No. 19 Arizona State visits No. 2 UCLA at 2 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. MT and No. 12 Cal hosts No. 24 Stanford at 6 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. MT.
Fresh off a road win, the Sun Devils are traveling to Los Angeles to face off against the Bruins. UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi achieved a perfect 10 last week, along with viral video fame, for her outstanding floor routine. She was named Pac-12 Specialist of the Week, in addition to her teammates Kyla Ross earning Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week and Margzetta Frazier receiving Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors.
Cal will make their home debut by welcoming Stanford from across the bay. The Cardinal have a perfect record so far this season, and the Golden Bears are coming off two strong road scores.
In total this season, Pac-12 Networks will cover 20 live women’s gymnastics events, including the Pac-12 Championships from Utah’s Maverik Center on Saturday, March 23, 2019.
Play-by-play duties will be handled by Rich Burk, Jim Watson, Daron Sutton and Brian Webber, with analysis from former Pac-12 alumni Amanda Borden, Samantha Peszek and JaNay Honest.
Tune in to Pac-12 Network this Monday and the rest of the season to catch top-tier meets with the country’s best gymnasts.
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