Connor Scherer

Cardinal falls short of Super Six at NCAA Championships

For the sixth time in seven years, and the 13th time overall, Stanford women’s gymnastics earned a spot in the NCAA Championship weekend. But the Cardinal couldn’t live up to its expectations, nor to last year’s fourth-place performance, as it finished sixth place out of six teams in its semifinal round on Friday afternoon. The…

Women’s gymnastics NCAA bound

For the sixth time in seven years, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team is going to the NCAA National Championships. In order to earn the spot, the Cardinal had to finish in the top two out of six teams at the Norman Regional Championships at the University of Oklahoma on Saturday. Oklahoma, the second-ranked team in…

Women’s gymnastics aiming to qualify for NCAA Championships

The women’s gymnastics team has not competed since its fourth place finish at the Pac-12 Championships on March 23, which marked the 13th year in a row that Stanford finished fourth or better at the conference championships. At the meet, the Cardinal faced an early deficit but finished strong due to a couple of standout individual performances.

Date with No. 2 Oklahoma looms for Cardinal

For years, Stanford women’s gymnastics has stressed the importance of improvement throughout a season. The Cardinal will have to continue improving as it heads to Norman, Okla., to face the North Carolina Tar Heels and the second-ranked Oklahoma Sooners on Sunday morning. While it is always nice to start the year strong, it is more…

A nail-biter on Senior Night

Last Friday night marked the final home meet for seniors Ashley Morgan and Nicole Dayton. So, on a night dedicated to honoring the two, the No. 12 Stanford women’s gymnastics team hoped to come away with a win against No. 9 Oregon State and California. The Cardinal managed to do just that, but not without…

Stanford women’s gymnastics barely beat by Utah

After falling to Utah by 0.200 points last year in the regular season, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team avenged their loss when it mattered most, finishing just ahead of the Utes in the NCAA Championships to win fourth place. So when the Cardinal traveled to Utah for Saturday’s meet, both teams had motivation to try…

Women’s gymnastics drops home opener to No. 4 UCLA

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 conference-rival No. 4 UCLA. Sophomore Ivana Hong was the story of the day for the Cardinal, as she posted a career-best score of 39.550 in the all-around competition. Both teams…
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