Washington Gymnastics is looking for an experienced public address announcer to be the voice of the GymDawgs this season. This is an opportunity for someone with experience announcing at gymnastics meets to work closely with the GymDawgs and be a part of every meetday experience. Applicants are welcome to email email@example.com with their resume and qualifications if interested.
Tickets for the Pac-12 Championships are on sale now as GymDawgs fans can get their tickets to see Washington fight for another NCAA Regionals appearance this March. The Pac-12 Championships will be hosted by Utah this year at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. Tickets are available online.
The University of Washington GymDawgs announced their official 2019 schedule today, looking to make their third-straight NCAA Nationals appearance. Washington will compete against 13 teams who made the postseason in 2018, including four other NCAA Nationals teams, three Super Six teams, and 2018 National Champion UCLA.The GymDawgs will make four appearances on national television this season, including an appearance on ESPN 2 when they host UCLA. Washington will have four home meets this year.
Washington gymnastics announced the addition of Baely Rowe to the coaching staff today, with the Federal Way, Wash., native set to serve as the volunteer assistant coach. Rowe will join the program looking to help the GymDawgs to a third consecutive NCAA Nationals appearance.
Eight different GymDawgs earned WCGA Scholastic All-American awards, recognizing their excellence in the classroom. Evanni Roberson, Hailey Burleson, Joslyn Goings, Kristyn Hoffa, Malory Rose, Michaela Nelson, Monica Riley, and Zoey Schaefer all were honored for their academic excellence.
The Washington GymDawgs announced two new additions to the 2019 roster today, officially signing freshmen Brenna Brooks and Amara Cunningham. That duo will join a GymDawgs team that will be looking to make it three years in a row reaching NCAA Nationals.