Stanford women’s gymnastics was ultimately unsuccessful in the NCAA Seattle Regional on Saturday, coming in fourth and rounding up its season with a 195.575 team score. This marks only the second time in the past 11 years Stanford has not qualified into the NCAA Championships.
Stanford women’s gymnastics earned a season-high team score of 196.625 to win the first of two sessions at the Pac-12 Conference Championships at Maples Pavilion on Saturday. The Cardinal held off No. 16 Cal (196.300), Arizona (196.275) and Arizona State (195.600) in the afternoon session, ultimately finishing fifth at the championships behind No. 5 Utah (197.925), No. 10 Oregon State (197.400), No. 3 UCLA (197.100) and No. 15 Washington (197.100).
For the first time since 2009, Stanford women’s gymnastics (6-11) will play host to the Pac-12 Conference Championships. Stanford will be joined by No. 16 Cal (6-4), Arizona (6-7) and Arizona State (1-8) in the first of two sessions on Saturday at 1 p.m. No. 3 UCLA (9-2), No. 5 Utah (8-2), No. 10 Oregon State (9-2) and No. 15 Washington (6-8) will follow in session two at 6 p.m.
In its last meet before the Pac-12 Conference Championships, Stanford women’s gymnastics fell short at the George Washington Quad Meet on Sunday, finishing fourth (193.275) behind No. 18 George Washington (196.500), NC State (194.825) and Yale (194.575).
Stanford women’s gymnastics (6-7, 3-3 Pac-12) hit 22 of 24 routines on Friday night, resulting in a season-high all-around team score of 196.325. Despite a top-notch performance, the Cardinal were unable to outdo No. 10 Oregon State (7-2, 3-2 Pac 12), who topped the home team with a 197.125 finishing score.
Stanford women’s gymnastics (6-6, 3-2 Pac-12) will take on No. 10 Oregon State (6-2, 2-2) on Friday in its last home meet of the regular season. On Friday, the team will honor its graduating seniors: Rachel Daum, Danielle McNair, Nicolette McNair and Haley Spector. The seniors have made a large impact this season as the…
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.
All six Stanford gymnasts hit their floor routines in the final rotation to hold off Washington (2-5, 0-3 Pac-12) and secure a 195.925-195.825 win at home on Sunday.