Widner Claims All-Around Title
SEATTLE, Wash. – Sophomore Chloe Widner captured a share of the all-around title on Sunday after scoring a 39.275 to help guide Stanford to a 191.825 team score.
The Cardinal finished third while competing against Washington and Boise State. Boise State finished first overall with a score of 196.325, followed by Washington at 195.000.
Widner, a native of Frisco, Texas, posted a 9.875 on vault, 9.850 on beam, a 9.825 on floor and a 9.725 on bars to capture the title. In addition to winning the all-around, Widner won the vault and beam events.
Taking home the All-Around, @Chloe_Widner! ??
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Senior Kyla Bryant also competed in the all-around, managing a score of 38.600 to finish fourth. Bryant's top individual finish came on floor where she scored a 9.900 to place second overall. She also managed a 9.775 on both vault and bars, with the vault score good for fifth place.
— Stanford Gymnastics (@StanfordWGym) March 7, 2021
Highlighted by Bryant's second-place finish, the Cardinal scored a 49.050 on floor.
The Cardinal will return to action on March 10 when it travels to San Jose State for a 3 p.m. meet with the Spartans.