This Week in Women's Gymnastics
Feb. 25, 2002
Walnut Creek, Calif. -
2002 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS
This Week... UCLA scored a season-high 197.550. The Bruins move up to No. 6 on the national polls...As of today, national scoring is determined by regional qualifying average. Four additional Pac-10 teams remain on the top-20 list. STANFORD stands at No. 8, followed by No. 12 ARIZONA, No. 15 ARIZONA STATE, and No. 16 OREGON STATE.
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
UCLA, Seattle Pacific @ WASHINGTON, 7:00 p.m.
STANFORD @ OREGON STATE 7:00 p.m.
ARIZONA @ ARIZONA STATE 7:30 p.m.
Michigan, Minnesota, Cal State Fullerton @ UCLA 2:00 p.m.(4)
CALIFORNIA @ Sacramento State, 2:00 p.m.
All times local (meet site) and subject to change
LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
Fri., February 22
ARIZONA 195.550 WASHINGTON 193.225
Nebraska 197.150 W. Virginia 194.750 ARIZONA STATE, 194.600 Ohio State 193.600
STANFORD 195.750 CALIFORNIA 191.700
OREGON STATE 194.400 Cal State Fullerton 193.950
Sat., February 23
UCLA 197.550 OREGON STATE 194.925.
PAC-10 GYMNAST OF THE WEEK
*Please note that Gymnast of the Week selections will resume for the week of March 11.*
Previous Winners:Jan. 22-Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA), Jan. 29-Katie Johnson (ARIZ), Feb. 3-Caroline Fluhrer (STAN), Feb. 10 Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA), Feb. 15 Emily Pritchard (WASH).
ARIZONA - The No. 12 Wildcats defeated the Washington Huskies en route to their third Pacific-10 victory...The Wildcats are undefeated at home after posting their third-highest team mark of the season (195.500-193.225)....SR Randi Liljenquist placed first on the floor, beam, and bars. Liljenquist's 9.975 on floor was a season-high mark...Meanwhile, FR Monica Bisordi captured her second career all-around win with a score of 39.100.
ARIZONA STATE - The No. 16 Arizona State Sun Devils placed third at the Masters Classic meet in Nebraska. In quadrangular action, the Sun Devils team total of 194.600 surpassed Ohio State's 193.600. Nebraska and West Virginia took the top-two spots scoring 197.150 and 194.750 respectively.
CALIFORNIA- The Golden Bears were defeated by its rival across the Bay. Stanford outscored California, 195.750-191-700...FR My-Lan Dodd continued to shine with a pair of wins on floor (9.875) and bars (9.850-tie)...FR Sheilah Buack and JR Janet McKnight were the other top performers for the Bears. Both finished in fourth place on floor and vault respectively.
OREGON STATE - The Beavers began a busy weekend with a match-up against Cal State Fullerton on Friday. The Beavers defeated Cal State Fullerton 194.400-193.950. SO Tanya Ricioli captured her first all-around title of the season (39.225)...On Sunday, the Beavers were unable to stop the UCLA Bruins. The final score was 197.550-194.925...JR Annie Campbell had a superb night, she claimed second-place on beam with a career-high 9.925...JR Elizabeth Jillson was the other Beaver to obtain a top-three finish. (9.90 on bars-third place).
STANFORD -The Cardinal captured its seventh win of the season after defeating California, 195.750-191.700. Stanford now stands at 7-3...The Cardinal won every team event title. Stanford's beam total of 49.275 was its highest apparatus total of the night. SO Lise Leveille took first-place on the beam with a meet-high score of 9.925.
UCLA - The Bruins moved up to No. 6 in the nation after posting its highest mark of the season. They scored 197.550 to overtake No. 19 Oregon State...The Bruins won every event and took the top-three spots on the vault, floor, and all-around...SO Jamie Dantzscher captured first-place on every event, with the exception of the beam. Dantzscher captured her sixth-straight 10.0 on the floor and scored a career-high 39.800 in the all-around. Her total ranks as the second-best in school history.
WASHINGTON -The Huskies lost to No. 12 Arizona, 195.550-193.225. The Huskies record is now 3-4...FR Carly Dockendorf led Washington to its only team event title. Washington won the uneven bars with a 48.875 to Arizona's 48.625...Dockendorf's 9.90 first-place finish on bars was the Huskies top finish...Washington hosts its final home meet of the season on March 2, when UCLA and Seattle Pacific travel to the Northwest.