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Arizona Gymnastics Falls to Washington Sunday
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 02/18/2001
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SEATTLE, Wash. - The University of Arizona women's gymnastics team fell to the Washington Huskies, 195.500-195.575, on Sunday, in front of a crowd of 814, in Washington's Bank of America Arena. Although Arizona lost by only .075, the Wildcats posted a season-high team total (195.500) that now ranks as the seventh-highest team score in school history. Arizona dropped to 4-12 overall and 1-5 in the Pac-10 Conference, while Washington improved to 8-5 on the season and 3-4 in the conference.

In addition to its season-high team total, Arizona also set a season-high 48.900 on vault and tied a season-high 48.700 on bars. UA's floor score of 49.175 is the squad's second-highest floor rotation mark of the season. Eight Wildcat gymnasts - Lindsay Compitello, Nicci Filchner, Kara Fry, Randi Liljenquist, Andi McCabe, Cori Messina, Mary Reiss and Heather Straccia - each set or tied season-high and career-high marks in today's meet.

Arizona won the team vault event and tied Washington for the team beam event title. Washington won the team bars and floor events. The Wildcats swept top individual event honors on vault and beam, while the Huskies took top individual event honors on bars and floor. Arizona's Randi Liljenquist and Washington's Lanna Apisukh tied for first place in the all-around.

Individually for the Wildcats, junior All-American Randi Liljenquist won the beam title and set a season-high 9.900 in the event. Liljenquist also tied for first-place honors in the all-around with a 39.275 - her second-highest mark of the season. She tied for fifth on vault (9.750), landed in fifth on bars (9.775) and tied for fourth on floor (9.850). Liljenquist now holds eight individual event titles and 23 top-five performances for the season.

Senior Kara Fry set a career-high 9.850 on vault and tied for first-place honors in the event. Fry also tied for fourth on floor (9.850) and finished fifth overall in the all-around (38.900). Fry now holds six individual event titles and 18 top-five performances for the year.

Freshman Andi McCabe earned a share of first-place honors on vault, as she posted a career-high 9.850 in her third collegiate vault competition. McCabe also set a career-high 9.825 on beam and finished fifth in the event. Senior Heather Straccia scored a career-high 9.725 on bars and landed in third place on floor with a career-high 9.875. Senior Mary Reiss matched a career-high 9.750 on beam and tied for fourth on floor with a 9.850.

Senior Nicci Filchner tied for third on bars after posting a season-high 9.800 in her only event of the afternoon. Sophomore Nikki Beyschau tied for fifth on vault with a 9.750, while junior Lindsay Compitello set a career-high 9.775 on beam. Freshman Cori Messina posted a career-high 9.750 on floor.

Arizona returns to McKale Center next week, as the Wildcats prepare to battle the fifth-ranked Stanford Cardinal on Friday, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m. (MST).

University of Arizona Gymnastics 
Arizona @ Washington
Bank of America Arena, Seattle, Wash.
February 18, 2001

Team Scores	Vault	Bars	Beam	Floor	Totals
1. Washington	48.625	49.000	48.725	49.225	195.575
2. ARIZONA	48.900	48.700	48.725	49.175	195.500

Individual Scores
Vault
1. Kara Fry		Arizona		9.850
1. Andi McCabe		Arizona		9.850
3. Jessica Schedler	Washington	9.825
4. Mandi Klug		Washington	9.775
5. Nikki Beyschau	Arizona		9.750
5. Randi Liljenquist	Arizona		9.750
5. Stacy Wong		Washington	9.750

Uneven Bars
1. Stacy Wong		Washington	9.925
2. Emily Pritchard	Washington	9.875
3. Nicci Filchner	Arizona		9.800
3. Lanna Apisukh	Washington 	9.800
5. Randi Liljenquist	Arizona		9.775

Balance Beam
1. Randi Liljenquist	Arizona		9.900
2. Mandi Klug 		Washington 	9.875
3. Lanna Apisukh	Washington	9.850
3. Emily Pritchard	Washington	9.850
5. Andi McCabe		Arizona		9.825

Floor Exercise
1. Lanna Apisukh	Washington	9.975
2. Stacy Wong		Washington	9.900
3. Heather Straccia	Arizona		9.875
4. Kara Fry		Arizona		9.850
4. Randi Liljenquist 	Arizona		9.850
4. Mary Reiss		Arizona		9.850

All-Around
1. Randi Liljenquist	Arizona		39.275
1. Lanna Apisukh	Washington	39.275
3. Emily Pritchard	Washington	39.175
4. Stacy Wong		Washington	38.925
5. Kara Fry		Arizona		38.900	
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