“I feel good about it,” Head Coach Bill Ryden said of the team’s victory. “I feel better about our high-195, though. That is a good score for anyone looking at the scores from around the country this year. The girls understand that we’ve been performing well and improving. They’ve seen the top teams in the nation and they know they can compete with anyone.”
Looking to improve upon their season-best performance a week ago, the Wildcats wasted no time in getting off to a solid start in the first rotation on the vault. Sophomore Karin Wurm matched her career-high with a mark of 9.825 to share the individual title with teammate Bree Workman. Freshman Alexis Greene added a 9.800, and
Coming off a season-high performance a week ago on the balance beam,
The Wildcats closed the meet in style, earning a season-high team score of 49.050.
“Aubrey is a great competitor,” said Ryden of Taylor’s best performance to date. “She has ice in her veins. She loves to compete and she loves to perform. Nothing rattles her.”
“The girls always stayed positive,” Ryden added. “We knew we were good. It was great to have a meet in front of our fans. We’ve got a great product and we needed to let
With the win, the Wildcats improve to 1-7 overall and 1-1 in Pac-10 competition.
The Wildcats will remain at home next week as the club takes on