Saturday, February 16

Junior Kyla Ross won the all-around for the third consecutive meet against Arizona State on Monday, scoring 39.450. UCLA gymnastics will look to continue its undefeated start to the season when it travels to Stanford next weekend. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics hopes to improve upon already impressive season

Three wins, three perfect 10s and three consecutive scores above 197 for the Bruins. No. 2 UCLA gymnastics (2-0, 1-0 Pac-12) scored a season high of 197.775 against No. Read more...

Photo: Junior Kyla Ross won the all-around for the third consecutive meet against Arizona State on Monday, scoring 39.450. UCLA gymnastics will look to continue its undefeated start to the season when it travels to Stanford next weekend. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior Kyla Ross won the all-around for the third consecutive meet against Arizona State on Monday, scoring 39.450. UCLA gymnastics will look to continue its undefeated start to the season when it travels to Stanford next weekend. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior Madison Kocian notched a perfect 10 on the uneven bars at the Bruins' meet against Arizona State on Monday. The score marked UCLA gymnastics' third perfect score of the season. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics receives highest total score of the season, third perfect 10

Sophomore Nia Dennis leaped up to hug Madison Kocian before the rest of the Bruins swarmed her. The junior – coming off an injury from last season – scored a perfect 10 on the uneven bars. Read more...

Photo: Junior Madison Kocian notched a perfect 10 on the uneven bars at the Bruins' meet against Arizona State on Monday. The score marked UCLA gymnastics' third perfect score of the season. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior Madison Kocian notched a perfect 10 on the uneven bars at the Bruins' meet against Arizona State on Monday. The score marked UCLA gymnastics' third perfect score of the season. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior Madison Kocian returned to the beam lineup for the first time since last season at the Collegiate Challenge last weekend, scoring a 9.850. She also notched a 9.850 on the uneven bars for the Bruins in Anaheim. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics looks to floor Arizona State on Monday

The Bruins are in search of their first “Big 198.” Following two perfect 10s and a first-place finish last weekend, No. 2 UCLA gymnastics (1-0) will meet No. Read more...

Photo: Junior Madison Kocian returned to the beam lineup for the first time since last season at the Collegiate Challenge last weekend, scoring a 9.850. She also notched a 9.850 on the uneven bars for the Bruins in Anaheim. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Junior Madison Kocian returned to the beam lineup for the first time since last season at the Collegiate Challenge last weekend, scoring a 9.850. She also notched a 9.850 on the uneven bars for the Bruins in Anaheim. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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The Rundown: Jan. 16

GymnasticsAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor The Bruins swept this week’s Pac-12 honors. Freshman Margzetta Frazier, junior Kyla Ross and senior Katelyn Ohashi of No. 2 UCLA gymnastics (1-0) took home Pac-12 awards after their performances at Saturday’s Collegiate Challenge. Read more...

Photo: (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics continues to dazzle on floor during Collegiate Challenge win

Gracie Kramer jumped off the podium after her floor routine and fell into the arms of coach Valorie Kondos Field. For the second straight meet, the junior scored just shy of a perfect 10. Read more...

Photo: Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)



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