Video: Utah's Georgia Dabritz talks weekly award, potential milestone for Greg Marsden
For the third consecutive week, Utah junior gymnast Georgia Dabritz has been named the Pac-12 Specialist of the Week. Dabritz won all three of her events in Utah’s victory over UCLA last Saturday, tying a career best with scores of 9.975 on both vault and floor, while tallying a 9.95 on bars. Her performance Saturday helped the No. 4 Utes top the No. 8 Bruins in Salt Lake City, their first win over UCLA since 2011. The Newburyport, Mass. native is also nationally ranked No. 1 on bars, No. 2 in vault and No. 5 on the floor. She is the only gymnast in the nation to be ranked in the top five in three different events and has now won seven of her nine routines this season.
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Dabritz recently talked with Pac-12 Networks' Sarah Kezele about Utah's national championship expectations, a possible return to the beam for the junior and celebration plans for co-head coach Greg Marsden's upcoming 1,000th career victory.
Read more about her and fellow weekly award winners Oregon State's Chelsea Tang and Cal's Charlie Owens in the Pac-12 Conference's release.
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