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Oregon State Hosts Arizona State for Dam Cancer Meet

Feb 2, 2022

CORVALLIS, ORE. - Thirteenth-ranked Oregon State gymnastics returns home this Saturday, Feb. 5 for a Pac-12 clash with No. 21 Arizona State. The Beavers and the Sun Devils will compete in the Dam Cancer meet at 5:30 p.m. PT at Gill Coliseum. The conference matchup is set to air on the Pac-12 Network with Rich Burk and Amanda Borden commentating. Fans can also follow along with live scoring that can be accessed through the gymnastics schedule page at

The Pac-12 matchup requires all fans in attendance to wear a mask inside Gill Coliseum as doors will open at 4:30 p.m. Oregon State requires all attendees at designated university events to provide proof of vaccination or show proof of a (-) COVID test within the prior three days of the event. Official 2022 Oregon State gymnastics posters and individual meet programs will be available for fans to pickup in the concourse pre-meet.

Oregon State has simplified and enhanced the fan experience, while making meetday safer for fans with the introduction of its new app OSU Beavers Mobile, presented by Toyota. Tickets will be scanned on game day using the app on a mobile device. Fans are encouraged to have their tickets downloaded to their wallet on either iPhone or Android devices, and ready to present upon arrival to help expedite the entry process. Step-by-step instructions for the process may be accessed online, CLICK HERE. Beaver fans are also encouraged to purchase their 2022 Pac-12 Championship tickets now in order to reserve seats with other OSU fans. Visit to claim tickets today!

Oregon State gymnastics invites all gymnastics clubs out to a Beavers home meet this season for free. Complimentary tickets will be provided to coaches and athletes in the general admissions sections of Gill Coliseum. Guests of coaches and athletes may purchase discounted meet tickets using a promo code. For more information or to request tickets, CLICK HERE.

Following their first Pac-12 road contest, the Beavers moved to No. 13 in the nation after their third week of competition. The Orange & Black are ranked No. 7 on floor, No. 11 on vault, fourteenth on the balance beam and 30th on bars. Individually, Jade Carey is second in the country in the all-around, tied for first on bars, third on the beam, fifth on vault and tied for seventh on the floor exercise through Jan. 31. After scoring her third consecutive 9.9 on the beam at Cal, Jenna Domingo is thirteen on the apparatus.

In its first road matchup of the season, Oregon State finished with a 196.575 at Cal after scoring its highest bar score of 49.200 since the 2019 season on Saturday afternoon … Jade Carey posted a 9.925 or higher in all four events to claim the all-around title with a 39.775 … the Olympic gold medalist has now won 15 individual titles in her early Beaver career … Oregon State also scored a season-high 49.350 on vault in the second rotation thanks to Carey's career-high 9.95 and Madi Dagen's season-best 9.925 … Jenna Domingo recorded her third consecutive 9.9 on beam while freshman Phoebe Jakubczyk added career-highs on bars (9.875) and beam (9.800) … other notables include: Kayla Bird tying a career-high 9.85 on bars, Carley Beeman registering a career-high 9.75 in the second spot on bars, and Kaitlyn Yanish's 9.875 on vault to finish third on the apparatus behind Carey and Dagen.

OSU has hit 68 of 72 routines this season … Gymnasts who have hit every routine are Kayla Bird (6-6), Carley Beeman (2-2), Jade Carey (12-12), Karlie Chavez (3-3), Jenna Domingo (4-4), Sydney Gonzales (9-9), Phoebe Jakubczyk (5-5), Lauren Letzsch (9-9) and Kaitlyn Yanish (6-6) … Individual event winners this season are Carey (15) and Domingo (1).

Oregon State leads the all-time series with the Sun Devils, 69-24-2, but dropped last season's dual Pac-12 meet on Jan. 29 that occurred in Tempe, Arizona as ASU came away with a 196.225-195.850 victory … the last time OSU defeated ASU in a head-to-head matchup was back on Feb. 22, 2019 after the Beavers posted a 196.650 score in Tempe … Kaitlyn Yanish claimed the vault (9.90) and floor (9.925) titles to help Oregon State.  

Arizona State is led by head coaches Jay and Jessica Santos … the Sun Devils are currently ranked 21st through week four after defeating Washington by a score of 195.275 – 195.100 for their first conference win of the season in Tempe … ASU ranks No. 18 on vault (49.033), 20th on bars (48.958), No. 27 on beam (48.858) and 23rd on the floor exercise (49.033) … Individually, they are led by all-arounder Hannah Scharf who is tied for No. 16 in the nation with an average score of 39.450 while teammate Sarah Clark is currently tied for No. 30 on bars (9.875) through Jan. 31.

Oregon State remains home on Sunday, Feb. 13, hosting Washington for its annual "Dam Change" meet. The Beavers and Huskies are set to square off at 12:00 p.m. PT on OSU's livestream with Stephanie McGregor and Heather Humphrey on the call. The Orange & Black will also recognize their 12 seniors from the 2021 season.