After a season of trailing four-time defending champion No. 1 Oklahoma (OU) in the rankings, and after trailing the perennial OU powerhouse for much of Saturday’s NCAA Championship meet, No. 2 Stanford broke away in the final event for a come-from-behind 415.222-414.556 victory in Illinois.
Stanford’s No. 2 men’s gymnastics will have an opportunity to prove themselves this weekend as they travel to Champaign, IL, to take on No. 5 Minnesota and No. 6 Illinois on Saturday afternoon.
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.
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.
After opening the season with an astounding victory over the California Bears on Saturday, No. 1 Stanford men’s gymnastics returns home to host the annual Stanford Open.
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…
Stanford women’s gymnastics (6-6, 3-2 Pac-12) made a statement on the road, achieving a hard-fought 195.775-195.200 victory against Arizona State (2-7, 0-4) on Saturday afternoon.
In a press conference on Tuesday, UC-Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau and Athletic Director Sandy Barbour announced that California will eliminate five of its varsity athletic teams…