TEMPE, Ariz. - Washington heads to take on Arizona State after grabbing the third-best team score of the season last weekend against Arizona with a 196.600. The GymDawgs had a historic meet against Arizona in Alaska Airlines Arena, thanks in large part to Evanni Roberson.
Last updated at 09:51 AM PT on 2/17/2020
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Utah||4-0||8-0||vs ORST||@ 2/23ESPN2|
|Washington||4-0||6-1||vs ARIZ||@ 2/23Pac-12 Networks |
|Oregon State||3-1||8-4||vs UTAH||@ 2/22Pac-12 Networks |
|UCLA||3-1||9-2||vs ASU||VS 2/23ESPN2|
|California||2-3||7-4||vs STAN||VS 2/22Pac-12 Networks |
|Arizona State||1-3||4-7||vs UCLA||VS 2/23Pac-12 Networks |
|Arizona||0-4||5-5||vs WASH||VS 2/23Pac-12 Networks |
|Stanford||0-5||3-10||vs CAL||VS 2/21|
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