This Week In Pac-10 Women's Gymnastics

Feb. 22, 2005

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The first set of regional qualifying scores have been posted this week with UCLA ranking No. 2 followed by OREGON STATE at No. 12, ARIZONA at No. 17, WASHINGTON at No. 18 and ARIZONA STATE ranking No. 21. These rankings might change next week as Arizona State travels to Palo Alto to take on Stanford. CALIFORNIA competes against Oregon State and UCLA takes on Arizona along with No. 8 Georgia. There are only nine dates of competition left after this weekend before the Pac-10 Championship, which is Mar. 26 in Berkeley, Calif.


Fri., Feb. 25

No. 21 ARIZONA STATE at STANFORD. 7:30 p.m.

CALIFORNIA at No. 12 OREGON STATE, w/Seattle Pacific. 7 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 27

No. 17 ARIZONA at No. 2 UCLA, w/No. 8 Georgia, 2 p.m.

*all times are local to site


ARIZONA - Arizona fell to then-No. 16 Oregon State 195.075-194.300 Feb. 18 in front of 1,083 fans at McKale Center. Arizona gymnasts captured or shared the individual titles on all four events. The Wildcats were led by senior Monica Bisordi who tied for first on the vault (9.875). Bisordi and freshman Danielle Hicks shared the title on the balance beam each scoring 9.875. Bisordi also captured first on the floor scoring 9.900. The Wildcats will be on the road this week to take on No. 2 UCLA and No. 8 Georgia in Los Angeles.

ARIZONA STATE - Arizona State won the annual UNO's Classic Feb. 18, scoring 193.500 to easily beat Sacramento State (191.525) and Air Force (183.200) in front of 944 fans at Wells Fargo Arena. Junior Ashley Kelly won the all-around (39.275), the vault (9.825) and the uneven bars (9.9500). Sophomores Cassandra Jusino and April Boone tied for first-place with a 9.875. The Sun Devils travel to Palo Alto Friday to face Stanford at 7:30 p.m. at Maples Pavilion.

CALIFORNIA - California lost to then-No. 23 Washington 191.225-190.875 Feb. 18 at Haas Pavilion. Senior My-Lan Dodd captured the all-around with her highest score of the year (39.000). This mark included a first-place finish on vault (9.725). Senior Lauren Shipp won the beam competition with a 9.750. The Bears return to action Friday when they take on No. 12 Oregon State and Seattle Pacific in Corvallis, Ore, at 7 p.m.

OREGON STATE - Oregon State beat then-No. 18 Arizona 195.075-194.325 at McKale Center Feb. 18. Senior Therese Videan tied for first on the vault scoring a 9.875. Junior Chrissy Lamun tied for first on the beam with a score of 9.875. The Beavers have now won five straight. Oregon State returns to Gill Coliseum for a three-way meet with California and Seattle Pacific Friday at 7 p.m.

STANFORD - Stanford fell to UCLA at Maples Pavilion on Feb. 18 196.300-194.625. Freshman Liz Tricase captured first on the uneven bars scoring 9.925. Tricase also placed second on vault with a 9.900. Freshman Lauren Elmore was Stanford's top all-around finisher, posting a 38.700 mark. The Cardinal, who will compete at home in each of the next two weekends, welcome Arizona State to Burnham Pavilion Friday at 7:30 p.m.

UCLA - UCLA defeated Stanford 196.300-194.625 with its second highest road score of the season. Junior Kate Richardson won all three events in which she competed. She scored a 9.925 on vault, 9.925 on floor (tying senior Kristen Maloney) and 9.900 on beam. UCLA (9-2), which improved its Regional Qualifying Score to 196.456, will next host Arizona and five-time champion Georgia on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 2 p.m. in Pauley Pavilion.

WASHINGTON - Washington beat California 191.225-190.875 on Feb. 18. Senior Carly Dockendorf and sophomore Chelsea Bakken each won two individual event titles Dockendorf and Bakken tied for first on vault with a score of 9.725. Dockendorf also took first on bars with a 9.900. Bakken scored a 9.775 on floor to claim top honors. The Huskies return to the mat Friday, Mar. 4 in the Shanico Invite hosted by Oregon State.