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2023 Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships

March 18 // Pac-12 Network
Maverik Center // West Valley City, UT

The best routines from Session 1 of 2023 Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships

Mar 18, 2023
Photo of Amara Cunningham by Bryan Byerly

Four teams — Arizona, No. 14 Arizona State, No. 19 Stanford and Washington — competed in the first of two sessions at the 2023 Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships on Saturday, each awing the crowd in their own way at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah.

The Sun Devils won the session with a 196.700, anchored by a beautiful beam routine by Emily White, who scored a career-high 9.950.

Arizona and Washington tied for second place with a 196.375. Caroline Herry and Sirena Linton led the Wildcats with a pair of 9.9s on beam. Malia Hargrove dazzled with a 9.875 on floor.

Three Huskies — Brenna Brooks, Skylar Killough-Wilhelm and Kennedi Davis — also received 9.9s on beam. Amara Cunningham matched that with a fantastic performance on floor as she continues to shine in her fifth season.

Stanford place fourth, but Brenna Neault tied Killough-Wilhem for the top all-around score (39.400).  Neault matched her career-high with a 9.950 on beam.

Chloe Widner followed it up with a 9.925 as the Cardinal tied Arizona for the top beam score of the session (49.400).

Session 2 begins at 5 p.m. PT with No. 4 UCLA, No. 5 Utah, No. 7 California and No. 11 Oregon State all set to compete. Catch the action on Pac-12 Network and be sure to follow @Pac12Network for comprehensive social media coverage.

For scores, highlights and more, head to the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships hub.