In its final regular season meet, the No. 10 Stanford women’s gymnastics team fell short in its bid to upset the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners.
Despite one of its better performances of the season, the No. 11 Stanford women’s gymnastics team lost its home opener in a close one against… Continue Reading »
The flu may not have reached epidemic levels in California yet, but it has on the Stanford women’s gymnastics team. Even though roughly half the team is suffering from flu-like symptoms, the No. 6 Cardinal (6-0, 1-0 Pac-12) defeated a trio of tough opponents to take first place in a meet held at the University of Arizona on Saturday.
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.
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.
Though gymnastics is an individual sport, the Stanford women gymnasts proved this weekend at the NCAA Southeast Regionals in West Virginia that team momentum can be the key to victory. Armed with enthusiasm and team support, the No. 1 seed Cardinal showed three high-scoring rotations to win handily with 196.775 points and advance to the NCAA Championships for the fourth consecutive season.