No. 10 Stanford (197.100) captured the conference championship, followed by No. 11 UCLA (196.800), No. 17 Oregon State (196.400), No. 9 Arizona State (193.900),
“All three of them (Stanford, UCLA and
The Wildcats began the meet on bars, and posted a score of 48.300.
“I thought we started off great on bars,” Ryden said. “We went six-for-six and did everything we could do. The scoring was tight early, but we started off looking good.”
The Wildcats then had a bye for the third rotation, before moving to the floor. Wurm was the squad’s top performer, notching a 9.775 to lead
“We had two count two falls on beam,” Ryden said. “On floor, we just couldn’t land anything. We didn’t have any consistency tonight.”
In the all-around, Wurm was the top performer for the Wildcats. Named Pac-10 Gymnast of the Week last week, Wurm placed ninth in the all-around, totaling a 39.100. Hicks (38.675) and Taylor (38.275) also competed in all four events, placing 13th and 16th, respectively.
“Karin and Jamie had great meets tonight,” Ryden said. “They did everything they could do. They just didn’t get much help from anyone else.”
Gymnast of the Year ?- Kate Richardson, UCLA
Co-Freshmen of the Year ?- Ariana
Co-Coaches of the Year ?- Kristen Smyth, Stanford & John Spini,