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No. 9 Cal Takes On No. 10 UCLA Saturday

Mar 4, 2021

Meet Notes | Live Stream | Live Results

BERKELEY – The ninth-ranked California women's gymnastics team will host No. 10 UCLA in a top-10 matchup at Haas Pavilion on Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m.
 
Cal will be looking for their first win over the Bruins since 2016 and enter the meet ranked above the Bruins in the first edition of the NQS rankings.
 
The Bears have scored top-two marks in program history in back-to-back road meets on two separate events. Against Oregon State, the Bears recorded a 49.550 on the uneven bars, to tie as the second-best mark in school history. They followed that by recording a 49.450 on the balance beam at Utah, which is also ranked second in school history.
 
Maya Green recorded her first career win as she tied with Nina Schank for the uneven bars title at No. 4 Utah. Milan Clausi came away with the vault title as she recorded the only 9.90+ of the first two rotations. While Nevaeh DeSouza took second place in the all-around, followed by Maya Bordas.
 
FOLLOW THE ACTION FROM AFAR:
Saturday's meet vs. UCLA will be streamed on Calbears.com and the Pac-12 Now app. Links to live stats for the meet can be accessed on the Cal Women's Gymnastics schedule page on CalBears.com. Follow @CalWGym on Twitter and Instagram for scoring updates, behind-the-scenes photos and videos and the latest information, and like Facebook.com/CalWGym for more on the Bears.
 
NUMBERS TO KNOW
3- Andi Li came to Cal as one of the top recruits in the country and the freshman hasn't disappointed, winning three events in her first four meets. Li won the bars with a career-best 9.925 score vs. ASU as she earned Pac-12 Freshman of the Week, she followed that with a 9.90 vs. OSU.
 
36 - Kyana George has 36 event wins in her career after recording three more wins vs. Oregon State and bringing her 2021 total to nine. She now has 87 top-three finishes in her career and 36 of the team's 99 career first-place finishes.
 
49.450 - Cal recorded a balance beam score of 49.450 at Utah, which was the second-best score in program history. All six scoring gymnasts in the lineup notched at least a score of 9.875.
 
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