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OSU Gymnastics Announces 2022 Schedule

Oct 26, 2021

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Five home meets, four television appearances and national powers to Gill Coliseum highlight the 2022 Oregon State gymnastics schedule, which was announced Tuesday.
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The Beavers begin their home slate by hosting Boise State, San Jose State and conference foe Washington in a four-team non-conference meet on Saturday, Jan. 15 before welcoming Pac-12 rival UCLA for a televised showdown inside Gill Coliseum on Sunday, Jan. 23.
Oregon State begins the season at the 2022 Collegiate Challenge, hosted by Olympic Gold Medalist Amanda Borden, in Anaheim, Calif. on Saturday, Jan. 8. The only podium competition on the west coast features six top gymnastics programs and league competitors including Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington.
Also, on the home docket are televised conference meets with Arizona State (Feb. 5) and the final home meet against Stanford (Feb. 25).
OSU concludes the regular-season in Denver, Colo. with another four-team meet against Denver, Arkansas, and Nebraska. The Beavers will also make a television appearance at Utah on Friday, Feb. 18 at 5:00 p.m. In addition, the road slate for the Orange and Black includes trips to California (Jan. 29) and Arizona (March 5).
The Pac-12 Championship will be held on March 19 in West Valley City, Utah as the Beavers hope to qualify for their 48th straight NCAA Regionals which will be the weekend of March 31 – April 2. NCAA Championships take place on April 15-16 in Fort Worth, Texas.
The 2022 Oregon State gymnastics team features thirteen returning letterwinners with seasoned veterans - Madi Dagen, Kayla Bird, Kristina Peterson and Kaitlyn Yanish – amongst them that will lead the squad this winter.
In addition, the Beavers welcome nine new faces that look to make a big impact during the 2022 campaign – led by Olympic Gold Medalist Jade Carey. Other freshmen in training include Carley Beeman, Natalie Briones, Karlie Chavez, Kaitlin Garcia, Phoebe Jakubczyk, Lauren Letzsch, Trinity Pyle and Brianna Yamamoto.
Last season, the Beaver's season came to an end at the NCAA Athens Regional after finishing second on vault (49.175) and third on floor (49.400) but ultimately finished fourth overall with a 196.375. Dagen advanced to the NCAA Championships as an individual on the vault after scoring a 9.950, marking the 14th time that OSU was represented at the championships.
Season tickets for the 2022 Oregon State gymnastics season are now available. To purchase tickets visit, call 1-800-GO-BEAVS or go in person to the OSU Ticket Office in Gill Coliseum.
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