Final Weekend of Competition ahead of Conference Championships

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SAN FRANCISCO - Utah continues their unbeaten hot streak. 

  • Arizona State continues to heat up going into the final week of competition.
  • Perfect 10's start to add up in the final weekend of competition. 


ARIZONA - Arizona posted a season-high score of 196.350 to win the tri-meet. Ohio State came in second with a 195.700 and Bridgeport placed third with a 193.250 on Sunday in McKale Center. Three GymCats earned career-best this past weekend. Zaza Brovedani earned a new career-best on the balance beam with a 9.900. Sirena Linton and MacKinzie Kane scored career-best on the uneven bar with 9.850.

ARIZONA STATE - Arizona State earned its third win a row. In the all-around, Morgan Wilson and Juliette Boyer, both earned 39.350s. On vault, Gracie Reeves earned her 9.925. On bars, Boyer, Wilson and Isabel Redmond all scored career-highs with a 9.900, 9.875 and 9.825, respectively. Beam saw a new career-best from Redmond with a 9.850. Finally, Boyer earned another career-high 9.900 on the floor.

CALIFORNIA -  The Golden Bears continued to put up consistent scores towards improving their National Qualifying Score in Los Angeles. With the return of Kyana George to the lineup in the all-around scoring 39.350 points. The Bears return to action next weekend for a pair of meets, starting at UC Davis on Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m. followed by Cal's regular-season finale in Berkeley on Sunday, March 15 at 1 p.m.

OREGON STATE - No. 14 Oregon State fell to No. 12 Washington Friday night at Gill Coliseum 197.250-196.750. The Beavers opened the meet with a solid vault rotation. Lacy Dagen, returned to the lineup after missing last week’s meet, to lead the squad with a team-high 9.875. Madi Dagen added a 9.850 and Kaitlyn Yanish notched a 9.775 to pace the Beavers to an opening rotation 49.000. The Beavers have their final matchup this weekend as they welcome No. 24 Illinois into Gill Coliseum

STANFORD - Stanford produced a season-high total 197.750-196.725 in the loss at No. 4 Utah on Friday night.  Kyla Bryant dazzled again by winning the individual floor title at 9.950. Stanford next prepares for the Pac-12 Championships on March 21.

UCLA No. 3 UCLA used a season-high 49.575 points and a perfect 10 on vault by Kyla Ross to defeat No. 9 California, 197.900-196.725 in the teams’ final Pac-12 Conference meet. Gracie Kramer earned a career-high 9.95 on vault as well. Margzetta Frazier made her return to the lineup after missing the last three meets and scored 9.9. The Bruins (10-3, 5-2) will close the regular season on Saturday, Mar. 14 vs. Bridgeport on Senior Day.

UTAH - After a grueling stretch of road trips, the No. 4 Ute gymnasts returned to the Huntsman Center to compete in front of a sellout crowd of 15,558 fans Friday night where the Red Rocks put on a show, downing Stanford 197.750-196.725 in the homecoming. The Red Rocks exploded to a 49.550 season-high vault score that was capped off by senior Kim Tessen's 10.0 as the event anchor. Maile O'Keefe won the beam title with a career-tying 9.975. The Red Rocks will close out the regular season next Friday, March 13 against Utah State at 7 p.m. MT.

WASHINGTON - The GymDawgs posted a 196.125 in this past weekend's quad meet which was good for second. The University of Denver came in first with 196.925, San Jose State claimed third with 193.775 and the University of Alaska Anchorage got fourth with a team score of 193.525. The GymDawgs welcome in Seattle this weekend for their final matchup ahead of the conference championships.


Friday, Mar. 13    
#21 ARIZONA STATE at #6 LSU SEC Networks + 5:15 p.m. PT
Utah State at #4 UTAH  Utah Live Stream 6 p.m. PT 
ARIZONA at Boise State   7 p.m. PT
#9 CALIFORNIA at Davis   7 p.m. PT
Saturday, Mar 14    
#24 Illinois at #15 OREGON STATE OSU Live Stream 1 p.m. PT 
Bridgeport at #3 UCLA P12N 2 p.m. PT
Seattle at #11 WASHINGTON SPAC Live Stream 2 p.m. PT
Saturday, Mar 14    
 #25 Iowa and Brown at #24 CALIFORNIA   1 p.m. PT


Teams RQS Pac-12 Record Overall Record
Utah   7-0-0 11-0-0
Washington   5-1-1 9-3-1
UCLA   5-2-0 10-3-0
California   3-4-0 9-6-0
Oregon State   2-3-0 8-7-0
Arizona State   3-3-1 7-6-1
Arizona   1-6-0 8-7-0
Stanford   0-7-0 3-13-0