Pac-10 Women's Gymnastics Weekly Round-ups

Feb. 22, 2010

Friday, February 19

Cats lose but Improve against the Crimson Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The No. 21 Arizona Gymcats lost to the No. 1 Alabama Crimson tide 197.250 to 195.100. Despite the loss, the Wildcats improved their team score by half a point. The young team also seemed to find their groove tonight, setting a number of career highs throughout the meet, as well as showing improvement overall. [Read more]

Janiga Leads Stanford Past Arizona State
TEMPE, Ariz. - Returning home to compete for the final time as a collegian, Phoenix-area native Carly Janiga set a collegiate career best of 39.650 to win the all-around in No. 8 Stanford's 196.675-195.900 women's gymnastics dual-meet victory over Arizona State on Friday night at Wells Fargo Arena. [Read more]

No. 23 GymDawgs Cruise To Big Win Over Cal
SEATTLE -While Washington gymnastics head coach Joanne Bowers has been happy with her team's improvement throughout the 2010 campaign, there was just one thing missing that left her feeling not quite right: a win. [Read more]

Sunday, February 21


UCLA Records Highest Team Score In Five Years In Win Over Oregon State
Los Angeles, Calif. -Ninth-ranked UCLA posted its highest team score since 2005, earning 197.375 to hand third-ranked Oregon State (196.325) its first loss of the season on Sunday afternoon in Pauley Pavilion. [Read more]


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