Pac-10 Women's Gymnastics Weekly Round-ups

March 8, 2010

Cats Clinch Victory over Dawgs
TUCSON, Ariz. -- After a nail biter of a competition, No. 21 Arizona clinched a victory over the Washington GymDawgs 195.75 to 195.675. After several meets of having difficulties finishing meets, the Wildcats pulled it out on the last event for a come from behind win. [Read more]

Gym Devils Fall After Holding Lead in First Two Rotations
Tempe, Ariz. -- In the final home meet of the season, the Arizona State women's gymnastics team fought to keep ahead of the Central Michigan Chippewas. The Gym Devils held the lead for the first two rotations of the competition but struggled on beam causing them to fall to the Chippewas 194.825-195.575. The Gym Devils are now 2-6 for the season and 2-4 in the PAC-10. [Read more]

Beavers Fall to the Tigers
BATON ROUGE, La. -The No. 6 Oregon State gymnastics team counted two falls for the first time this season and lost to No. 10 LSU, 196.925-195.525. Mandi Rodriguez finished second in the all-around and tied for vault title and Laura-Ann Chong tied for the beam title. [Read more]

UCLA Edged Out At Georgia, 197.9-197.875
UCLA earned a season-high 197.875, its highest team score since 2004, but was edged out by host Georgia, who scored 197.9. The Bruins hit 24-for-24 for the second-straight meet and set season-highs on vault (49.5) and beam (49.65), and UCLA sophomore Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs scored the first perfect 10 of her career on balance beam. [Read more]

Stanford Beaming After Bay Area Sweep
Senior Carly Janiga followed a 9.95 on the balance beam with a 9.925 on floor to win each event on the way to earning a 39.550 to capture the all-around victory. The all-around score matched her second-highest of the season and included a 9.85 on the uneven bars and 9.825 on vault. [Read more]







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