Utah 197.675 over Georgia 197.125

A great competition. Full results.

… Unfortunately, Saturday’s meet wasn’t all good news for the Utes. Sophomore Maddy Stover, the anchor on balance beam and a key performer on floor, injured her shoulder during her balance beam routine, which earned a 9.825. …

Farden said he isn’t sure if the Utes will have her back for the postseason, which starts Saturday with the Pac-12 Championships. The Utes already are without sophomore Kari Lee, who tore her Achilles’ tendon earlier in the season.

Utah gymnastics » Hughes scores 10 on floor to beat Georgia.

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NCAA Power Rankings Week 9

# 1 The Rankings Shakeups
# 2 Greg Mardsen throwing shade at SEC scoring
# 3 Will the real Stanford please stand-up?
# 4 Lindsay Mable
# 5 Beam Fails
# 6 Jessie Peszek

MCSMaria

Stanford tied or set season bests in each event to earn a season-best 197.400 and the victory Sunday against No. 7 UCLA and No. 10 Georgia. …

Go Stanford

Brittany Rogers 10.0 Vault

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I recall her doing pretty much exactly the same Vault at NCAA Championships one year … and getting 9.85. 😦 The WRONGEST score I saw at the meet.

I felt Brittany’s DTY was as good as any at Worlds 2015.

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NCAA related – Gym Digest – Decoding The New Vault Code

NUSH – Perfect 10 Beam

No arguments from this judge. 🙂

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If UCLA could only get all their star power healthy and hitting at the same time, they could finish high at Championships this year.

Stanford defeated them in this meet.

Michigan Senior – Briley Casanova

… In my time here in Michigan, I have learned many life lessons.

The first of many includes learning to ask for help. I am a very independent and self-sufficient person by nature, so it is hard for me to reach out and rely on other people for assistance. It took me time to understand that asking for help is okay and not a weakness. Learning to rely on my teammates and other staff for support was a great lesson that I learned to embrace. I will take that with me for the rest of my life.

I have grown to become more open and outgoing when it comes to meeting people and listening to other perspectives that may not match my own. I have grown to understand that people come from very different backgrounds and may not see things the same way that I do, so I have grown to be a better listener than I was before college.

Maximizing time during the day has been another way I have learned to live as a person, student and athlete. …

My Time at Michigan: Briley Casanova