For the third weekend in a row, Stanford’s gymnastics teams split one win and one loss between the men’s and women’s squads — except this time, the winners and losers swapped roles
The Stanford men’s and women’s gymnastics teams both took to the mats this weekend, with the men at home, squaring off against rival California and the Japanese Collegiate All-Stars, and the women in Texas, facing Brown and the University of Bridgeport.
Sunday’s meet against the No. 7 UCLA Bruins was full of highs and lows for the Stanford women’s gymnastics team. Despite putting up a season-high score of 196.450, the Cardinal suffered its second straight loss as UCLA put up 197.250
Coming off a 196.800-194.525 loss against Pac-12 rival Oregon State for its first defeat of the season, the No. 12 Stanford women’s gymnastics team (4-1, 1-1 Pac-12) hopes to get back to its winning ways on Sunday against No. 7 UCLA. The meet is the second of five straight road meets against Pac-12 opponents for the Cardinal.
Traveling for the first time this season, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team suffered its first loss against the No. 10 Oregon State Beavers on Friday
Coming off a win over rival California last Friday, the Stanford men’s gymnastics team looks to continue its success this Saturday in the Stanford Open… Continue Reading »
Coming off a victory in the NorCal Quad Meet, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team continued its success by beating the Washington Huskies in its second meet of the season. However, unlike last week, this victory was not so comfortable