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Gallery: UCLA gymnastics finishes fourth in NCAA Super Six

By Angie Wang

April 15, 2017 11:10 pm

Associate head coach Chris Waller encourages freshman Madison Kocian before her routine on uneven bars. Kocian scored a 9.9375.

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Senior Hallie Mossett scored a 9.85 on balance beam after falling on the event Friday in the semifinal competition.

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Ric Coy, who emcees UCLA gymnastics home meets, cheers on the team with other UCLA fans.

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Redshirt senior Peng-Peng Lee led her beam routine with homma flairs for the last time Saturday night. She scored a perfect 10.

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Junior Sonya Meraz and her teammates celebrate Lee's perfect 10 on balance beam.

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Former team manager Cory Tomlinson hypes up the team before its floor exercise rotation.

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Sophomore Katelyn Ohashi scored a 9.775 on floor exercise.

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Volunteer coach Jordyn Wieber told senior Angi Cipra to ''be confident'' before her last career performance on floor exercise.

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Cipra performed her infamous iPhone routine for the last time Saturday night, scoring a 9.8875.

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Freshman Kyla Ross took Meraz's place in the floor lineup at the last minute. She scored a 9.75.

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UCLA gymnastics finished fourth in the NCAA Super Six.

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Oklahoma took home the national championship for the third time in program history.

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Lee, senior Mikaela Gerber and sophomore Stella Savvidou led an eight-clap for fans who traveled to St. Louis to support the team.

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