Sunday, July 15

Katelyn Ohashi was named the Pac-12 Specialist of the Year and earned first team All Pac-12 honors for floor exercise and balance beam. The junior scored three perfect 10s on floor exercise and posted a season-high of 9.975 on balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Gymnasts win Pac-12 championship, receive several honors

Well before the national championship trophy will be handed out, Bruin gymnasts have already taken home a fair amount of hardware for their efforts this season. Read more...

Photo: Katelyn Ohashi was named the Pac-12 Specialist of the Year and earned first team All Pac-12 honors for floor exercise and balance beam. The junior scored three perfect 10s on floor exercise and posted a season-high of 9.975 on balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Katelyn Ohashi was named the Pac-12 Specialist of the Year and earned first team All Pac-12 honors for floor exercise and balance beam. The junior scored three perfect 10s on floor exercise and posted a season-high of 9.975 on balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Sophomore Kyla Ross scored a 39.675 to become the Pac-12 all-around co-champion in the Bruins' Pac-12 championship victory. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA gymnastics recovers from early mistakes to win Pac-12 championships

The Bruins brought home the Pac-12 trophy with a final rotation comeback victory. No. 3 UCLA gymnastics (22-2, 4-1 Pac-12) finished with a 197.500, coming back to take first place at the Pac-12 Championships on Saturday in Tucson, Arizona. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Kyla Ross scored a 39.675 to become the Pac-12 all-around co-champion in the Bruins' Pac-12 championship victory. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore Kyla Ross scored a 39.675 to become the Pac-12 all-around co-champion in the Bruins' Pac-12 championship victory. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)


Peng-Peng Lee led the Bruins with two perfect scores on balance beam and the uneven bars. After Sunday's meet, the redshirt senior has seven perfect 10 scores on her career. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Gymnastics grabs victory against Stanford despite shaky start

Redshirt senior Peng-Peng Lee stole the show in Palo Alto, nabbing two perfect scores. The first came at the end of the opening event – the uneven bars – which began with two low scores due to a fall and a major deduction. Read more...

Photo: Peng-Peng Lee led the Bruins with two perfect scores on balance beam and the uneven bars. After Sunday's meet, the redshirt senior has seven perfect 10 scores on her career. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Peng-Peng Lee led the Bruins with two perfect scores on balance beam and the uneven bars. After Sunday's meet, the redshirt senior has seven perfect 10 scores on her career. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

UCLA gymnastics will compete in two meets in three days against Stanford and San Jose State, which will be the Bruins' senior night. UCLA has already beaten Stanford at the Elevate the State meet earlier this season.(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA gymnastics prepares to take on two meets in three days

UCLA gymnasts have competed every weekend for nine weekends in a row. Now, they face a new challenge – two competitions in the span of three days. Read more...

Photo: UCLA gymnastics will compete in two meets in three days against Stanford and San Jose State, which will be the Bruins' senior night. UCLA has already beaten Stanford at the Elevate the State meet earlier this season.(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA gymnastics will compete in two meets in three days against Stanford and San Jose State, which will be the Bruins' senior night. UCLA has already beaten Stanford at the Elevate the State meet earlier this season.(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

During part of her floor exercise routine, Gracie Kramer makes the motions of making it rain. The sophomore stumbled last season but has scored a career-high 9.95 on the event this year. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Gymnast Gracie Kramer leaps from past errors, sets firm standing in team

During UCLA gymnastics’ season-opening meet against Ohio State, sophomore Gracie Kramer had the opportunity to prove her competition struggles were behind her. She was in the vault and floor exercise lineups for the first time since February 2017 – when she registered a fall on both events. Read more...

Photo: During part of her floor exercise routine, Gracie Kramer makes the motions of making it rain. The sophomore stumbled last season but has scored a career-high 9.95 on the event this year. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

During part of her floor exercise routine, Gracie Kramer makes the motions of making it rain. The sophomore stumbled last season but has scored a career-high 9.95 on the event this year. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sophomore Madison Kocian opened up the balance beam rotation tied for the lowest score on the team. Though the rest of the team was able to pick up the slack, Kocian said she believes they have room for improvement.  (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Gymnastics takes first place at meet despite average performances

Coach Valorie Kondos Field said she wanted to see her team put together four solidly executed events in a single meet. On Sunday, she got two and a half. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Madison Kocian opened up the balance beam rotation tied for the lowest score on the team. Though the rest of the team was able to pick up the slack, Kocian said she believes they have room for improvement. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sophomore Madison Kocian opened up the balance beam rotation tied for the lowest score on the team. Though the rest of the team was able to pick up the slack, Kocian said she believes they have room for improvement.  (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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