Washington posted a road season high to defeat the host Beavers. Washington picked up wins from Geneva Thompson on VT, Kristyn Hoffa on FX, and Evanni Roberson in the AA (39.425). UW's Madison Copiak tied for 1st on UB with OSU's Sabrina Gill. UW's Maya Washington, Meaghan Ruttan and Hannah Vandenkolk tied for 1st on BB with Beaver Isis Lowery.
Link: Oregon St Release
Stanford posted a season-high score but the host Utes and 15,558 fans wrapped up Pac 12 competition with a perfect record. Ute Kim Tessen posted a 10.0 to win VT. Ute teammate Maile O'Keefe posted a 9.975 to win BB, while Utah's Cristal Isa tied with Stanford's Grace Waguespack for 1st on UB. Stanford's Kyla Bryant won FX and the AA with a 39.55.
ASU defeated cross-state rival Arizona in Tuscon. ASU was led by wins from Hannah Scharf on VT, Juliette Boyer on UB, and Morgan Wilson in the AA. For Arizona, Sirena Linton won BB and Malia Hargrove won FX.
Link: Arizona Release
OU celebrated Senior Night with a win over the Wolverines. OU senior Maggie Nichols won VT with a 10 and then proceeded to win UB and BB before tying for the FX title with teammate Anastasia Webb. She tallied 39.85 to win the AA.
Link: OU Release
LSU's Reagan Campbell won BB and tied for 1st on FX with Arkansas' Sophia Carter. Tiger Ruby Harrold tied with GymBacks Bailey Lovett and Kennedy Hambrick for 1st on UB. GymBack Sarah Shaffer won VT while teammate Kiara Gianfagna won the AA with a 39.0
Link: TWU Release
A record crowd saw Iowa upset cross-state rival and host Iowa State. Iowa's Clair Kaji, Alexandra Greenwald, Allyson Steffensmeier and ISU's Natalia Ros Vaquer tied for the UB title. GymHawk Mackenze Vance and ISU's Sydney Converse tied for 1st on BB. For ISU, Andrea Maldonado won FX and Sophia Steinmeyer and Makayla Maxwell tied for 1st on VT.
For NIU, Morgan Hooper won UB and Amanda Bartemio won the FX. Teammates Gabby Welch and Cinny Lamberti tied for the VT title. For Illinois St, Gabrielle Cooke won BB and Angelica Labat took the AA.
Link: NIU Release
UK's Mollie Korth won UB and the AA with a 39.425. Teammate Raena Worley won the FX while Wildcats Cally Nixon and Arianna Patterson tied for the VT title. Illini Mia Takekawa won BB with a 9.975.
Link: Illini Release
UMD got wins from Aleka Tsiknias on UB and Emma Silberman and Collea Burgess on FX (tied). Towson's Jenna Weitz and Emerson Hurst tied for 1st on BB. For GWU, Deja Chambliss won the BB and took the AA with a 39.4.
Link: Towson Release
RU's Hannah Joyner won the AA with a 39.225 and tied for the UB title with SCSU's Bianca Leon. Rutgers also got wins from Kaitlyn Hall on VT, Erin McLachlan on BB and Bell Huang on FX.
Link: Rutgers Release
Penn's Natalie Yang tied for the BB title with West Chester's Yoland Nodarse. For BGSU, Jovannah East won VT and FX en route to a 39.225 AA win. Temple's Madison Brooks and Ariana Castrence tied for the UB title.
Link: Temple Release
Lindenwood's Kyndall Baze won VT and tied for 1st on FX with teammate Ryan Henry. Henry won the AA with a 39.175. Lion Courtney Mitchell won UB and tied for the BB title with teammate Mackenzy Chavez and SEMO's Anna Kaziska.
Link: LU Release
1 Haleigh Bruant ’20 – LSU (1st v/ub)
2 Jacey Vore ’21 – Arkansas
3 Andrea Li ’20 – Cal (1st fx)
4 Lali Dekanoidze ’21 - UNC
5 Skylar Killough-Wilhelm ’20 -UW
6 Gabby Perea ’20 - Cal
7 Rylie Mundell ’20 -Denver
8 Selena Harris ’22 - uncommitted
9 Chae Campbell ’20 - UCLA
10 Nikki Smith ‘22 – MSU (1st bb)
11 Olivia Dunne ’20 - LSU
12 Gwendolyn Fink ’22 - UNC
13 Isabella Magnelli ’20 - Kentucky
14 Elena Deets ’20 - Arizona
15 Katherine LeVasseur ’20 – OU
16 Alysen Fears ’21 - Arizona
17 Isabelle Schaefer ’21 - UNC
18 Jillian Procasky ’20 - Nebraska
Here's where how to follow the meets online this weekend. As always, we'll have the day's meets in a banner at the top of the site.
Isabella Amado of Boise St tied for the BB title with SUU's Hannah Nipp and tied for the FX title with SUU's Karley McClain. Bronco Emily Muhlenhaupt won UB. On VT, Boise State's Samantha Smith and Tatum Bruden tied with SUU's Stephanie Tervort. Boise State's Hope Masiado won the AA with a 39.25.
Link: Boise St Release