Last Saturday at Berkeley, the No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics team recorded a convincing 415.800-404.00 win over No. 9 California, with the highlight of the event coming when the Cardinal recorded the best pommel horse score in the nation this year (69.000) despite being ranked eighth in the category.
Despite their third consecutive loss to Pac-12 competition in Friday’s Pink Night — a meet intended to raise awareness for breast cancer — No. 24 women’s gymnastics showed improvement on the beam and floor, two events head coach Tabitha Yim said the team fell short on in last week’s meet against No. 3 UCLA.
Last night No. 21 Stanford’s women’s gymnastics (0-2, 0-2 Pac 12) fell short to No. 2 UCLA (2-0, 2-0 Pac 12) 195.125 – 197.225 in the Cardinal’s home opener. An inconsistent balance beam performance by Stanford proved to be the deciding factor, but the exhilarating sold out crowd foreshadowed a promising season to come.
Swinging full speed forward from their two consecutive wins these last two weekends against No. 9 California (twice) and No. 19 NorCal United, No. 1 Stanford men’s gymnastics look to land a third win against No. 9 California for the third time this season this Sunday at 6pm at Berkeley.
The crowd roared as the scoreboard lit up with the name Elizabeth Price followed by the score that every gymnast strives for throughout their whole career: a perfect 10.00.
Stanford women’s gymnastics was unable to defeat Washington on Saturday, wrapping up the night with 196.475-195.450 all-around scores at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion. No. 22 Stanford put up an outstanding fight with multiple gymnasts earning titles in their events, but the No. 10 Huskies were able to come out on top regardless. Senior all-around Cardinal…
Following their successful opening meet last week, Stanford Women’s Gymnastics took fourth place at “Elevate the Stage” in Reno on Sunday. Facing No. 2 Utah, No. 4 UCLA, and Washington, senior Elizabeth Price lived up to expectations, placing second in the all-around, and in the top five in every event.
Senior Elizabeth Price nailed a “perfect 10” on the uneven bars at Maples Pavilion on Monday night, as No.18 Stanford women’s gymnastics claimed second place in their season-opener against Cal, UC Davis, San Jose State and Sacramento State.