For the Stanford women’s gymnastics team, the 2019 season was one of major strides. The season culminated in a final ranking of No. 22 in the country. With 11 underclassmen on a team of 17, the Cardinal demonstrated both the progress and potential of the Stanford program under second-year Head Coach Tabitha Yim.
No. 25 Stanford women’s gymnastics heads out to Oregon today for the NCAA Corvallis Regionals, a three-day affair with nine of the best teams in the nation. Stanford most recently clinched 195.925 points after a series of clutch performances in the Pac-12 Championships, but came up short at 7th place. Stanford is best described as…
For the 36th consecutive year, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team was selected for postseason competition and will travel to Oregon for the NCAA Corvallis Regionals, April 4-6.
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.