Women's Gymnastics

Metroplex Challenge

Fri., Jan 25
5:00 PM
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Get To Know: Haley Roy

Haley Roy's first year with the Huskies saw her immediately become an integral part of Washington's vault team, adding her expertise on the floor to the mix as well.  Roy put up a 9.900 on the vault at Oregon State for her best score of the year and went over 9.8 on vault seven times in ten competitions.  For her sophomore year, Roy will keep up that vault prowess well also boosting the team in other events.

Purple And Gold Upcoming For GymDawgs

The GymDawgs will have their first competition of the season Monday, December 4  in the annual Purple and Gold intrasquad exhibition.  The Purple and Gold meet will begin at 10:00 am at Alaska Airlines Arena, with admission free to all.  Doors open at 9:00 am.

Get To Know: Kristyn Hoffa

Kristyn Hoffa is back for her junior season with her sights set on improving already-impressive scores across the board.  Last year, Hoffa had a 9.900 against Utah on floor, a career-high for her in the first home meet of the season.  After an injury cut her season short, Hoffa will be back and stronger than ever for the GymDawgs this season.

Get To Know: Maya Washington

After a freshman year filled to the brim with competitive success, Maya Washington looks to build off that this year and help the GymDawgs get back to Nationals.

GymDawgs Announce 2018 Signees

Washington Gymnastics announced three signees on Signing Day 2018, unveiling the incoming freshman that will begin competition in the 2019 season.  Talia Brovedani, Madeline McLellan (Calgary, Alberta), and Meaghan Ruttan (Calgary, Alberta) all will be joining the GymDawgs after signing letters of intent today.

Get To Know: Evanni Roberson

Roberson enters her second year at UW ready to be a part of the GymDawgs' success.  With a year under her belt, Roberson will look to break into the rotation for Washington and make her first competitive collegiate appearance after learning from the team and staff in 2017.