Jim Watson and Amanda Borden recap Stanford's 195.925-195.825 win over No. 18 Washington on Sunday on The Farm. Stanford had a season-high 49.350 on bars.
Taylor Lawson is a junior from Macungie, Pennsylvania, and competes on vault, uneven bars and beam. A human biology major, she wants to be an orthopedic surgeon and led off on bars last season in every meet.
Kaylee Cole is a senior from Flower Mound, Texas, and competes on vault, uneven bars and beam. A science, technology and society major, the steady Cole led off in vault and floor in every meet last season and has been a rock for the Cardinal. She recently qualified to compete for the Bolivian National Team.
Ashley Tai is a senior from El Dorado Hills, California, and competes on beam, floor and vault. She's majoring in product design and is a member of the Stanford Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. A three-time Junior Olympic National qualifier, Tai volunteers at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and for Children's Champions.
Aleeza Yu is a senior from Toronto, Canada, and competes in all-around. She's majoring in linguistics and psychology and is interested in becoming a speech therapist.
The Washington GymDawgs once again earned the WCGA academic award for excellence in the classroom, maintaining a team GPA over 3.50. Only one NCAA Tournament team in the country finished with a higher team GPA than Washington's 3.6786.