Dockendorf Leads Huskies Past Broncos

March 14, 2005

Seattle - The Washington gymnastics team scored a season-high 195.325 and Carly Dockendorf won three individual events as the Huskies beat Boise State on Monday night at Bank of America Arena. Dockendorf scored a season-high 39.525 in all-around and also recorded first-place finishes on bars and floor.

The Huskies began the evening on vault, where they had to count a fall towards their total and equalled their season low with a 48.175. Tacia LaBatte paced Washington's effort with a second-place 9.825. Dockendorf tied for third with two Broncos, recording a 9.800. Boise State's Carla Chambers won the event with a season-high 9.875.

Washington managed to turn it up a notch in their second event, recording a 49.025 on bars and sweeping the top three spots. Dockendorf recorded a season-high 9.950, while Kelly McDonald also recorded a seeason-high 9.900. Molly Seaman snagged third place with a 9.800. Boise State was forced to count two falls towards their total, giving Washington some breathing room in the overall competition.

On the Huskies third event, four Huskies scored 9.825 or better on beam en route to a season-high 49.100. Seaman nailed her routine and scored a 9.875 to pace the Huskies' effort and take first, while McDonald equaled her season-high with a 9.850 to claim second. Freshman Jennifer Chang made a dynamic collegiate debut on beam for the Huskies scoring a 9.825. Dockendorf also scored a 9.825, equalling her season high. Chambers led the Broncos effort with a 9.825.

The Huskies wrapped up the evening on floor, where they took a share of the top three spots. Dockendorf led the Huskies with a 9.950, while Chelsea Bakken hit her routine for a 9.875. Sophomore Tori Quandt, who was in the floor lineup for only the second time this season scored a career-high 9.775 to tie for third with Boise State's Kristin Gaare.

'Tori (Quandt) and Jenny (Chang) stepped it up for us tonight,' said Dockendorf. 'They were a huge inspiration for the team. We had a few mistakes on vault, but I thought we rebounded well as a team and didn't let it get us down.'

The Huskies return to action on Saturday, March 26 at the Pac-10 Championship in Berkeley, Calif.

Team Scoring          Vault     Bars     Beam    Floor       Total 1. Washington       48.175   49.025   49.100   49.025     195.325 2. Boise State      48.800   47.550   48.525   48.450     193.325

Vault 1. Carla Chambers, BSU 9.875 2. Tacia LaBatte, UW 9.825 3. Carly Dockendorf, UW 9.800 Kea Cuaresma, BSU 9.800 Lindsay Ward, BSU 9.800 6. Kristin Aldrich, BSU 9.700 7. Darcee Schiller, UW 9.675 8. Katie Dinhsmore, BSU 9.625 9. Nikki Waiss, UW 9.60010. Lindsey Thomas, BSU 9.55011. Chelsea Bakken, UW 9.27512. Natalie Gillan, UW 9.200

Bars 1. Carly Dockendorf, UW 9.950 2. Kelly McDonald, UW 9.900 3. Molly Seaman, UW 9.800 4. Carla Chambers, BSU 9.775 5. Tacia LaBatte, UW 9.700 6. Raimey Iselin, UW 9.675 7. Katie Griffis, BSU 9.625 8. Tiffany Putnam, BSU 9.600 Kim Lewis, UW 9.60010. Lindsey Thomas, BSU 9.35011. Lindsay Ward, BSU 9.20012. Alyssa Daly, BSU 8.350

Beam 1. Molly Seaman, UW 9.875 2. Kelly McDonald, UW 9.850 3. Jennifer Chang, UW 9.825 Carly Dockendorf, UW 9.825 Lindsay Ward, BSU 9.825 6. Kristin Aldrich, BSU 9.800 7. Katie Dinsmore, BSU 9.750 8. Natalie Gillan, UW 9.725 9. Carla Chambers, BSU 9.65010. Corinna Lewis, BSU 9.50011. Chelsea Bakken, UW 9.15012. Tasha Gowda, BSU 9.050

Floor 1. Carly Dockendorf, UW 9.950 2. Chelsea Bakken, UW 9.875 3. Tori Quandt, UW 9.775 Kristin Gaare, BSU 9.775 5. Tiffany Putnam, BSU 9.750 6. Natalie Gillan, UW 9.725 Lindsay Ward, BSU 9.725 8. Raimey Iselin, UW 9.700 9. Lily Le, UW 9.67510. Carla Chambers, BSU 9.62511. Lindsey Thomas, BSU 9.55012. Kea Cuaresma, BSU 9.250

All-Around 1. Carly Dockendorf, UW 39.525 2. Carla Chambers, BSU 38.950 3. Lindsay Ward, BSU 38.550

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