Pac-10 Women's Gymnastics Weekly Round-ups

March 1, 2010

Friday, February 26

No. 7 Beavers Bounce Back with Win in the Desert
TEMPE, Ariz. - The No. 7 Oregon State gymnastics team bounced back from its first loss of the season to post the fourth-highest road score in the program's history and the Beavers trounced No. 22 Arizona State 196.925-194.650, Friday night. [Read more]

Bruin Gymnasts Score 197.25 In Tri-Meet Win At Fullerton
Fullerton, Calif. - UCLA showed its tremendous depth on all four events, mixing up the lineup and still hitting 197.25 in a tri-meet victory over Cal State Fullerton (191.75) and Utah State (188.7). Vanessa Zamarripa's first perfect 10 of the season and fourth of her career on vault was one of just many team highlights in the meet. [Read more]

Walior Wins Bars, Huskies Beat SPU In Final Home Meet
SEATTLE - Junior Samantha Walior captured the bars title with a 9.900 and the Washington women's gymnastics team finished second in a tri-meet Friday with No. 8 Arkansas and Seattle Pacific in their final home meet of the 2010 season. [Read more]

Sunday, February 28

Cats beat Pioneers and Mountaineers in Husker Hosted Meet
The University of Arizona earned second place overall at the Master’s Classic with a final score 194.750 beating out No. 18 Denver with a 194.175 and No. 25 West Virginia with a 192.975. No. 11 Nebraska won the meet with a 196.425. [Read more]

Senior Moments Lead Stanford
Stanford, Calif. --Stanford coach Kristen Smyth used to introduce her graduating class on Senior Day with a hand-held microphone. But it didn't take long for her to realize that emotions made it difficult to get through. [Read more]

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