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Gallery: UCLA gymnastics bounds past Arizona with highest score of season

By MacKenzie Coffman, Joe Akira

Feb. 16, 2019 8:00 p.m.

Freshman Sekai Wright nearly stuck the vault flip, scoring a 9.900.

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Sophomore Pauline Tratz celebrattes after her vault run.

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Freshman Margzetta Frazier scored a 9.950 on uneven bars, second only to junior Kyla Ross.

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Sophomore Nia Dennis scored a 9.900 on uneven bars.

(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Senior Macy Toronjo practiced on the uneven bars but did not compete.

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Junior Kyla Ross’ all-around score was 39.850, the fourth highest in the team’s history.

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Junior Grace Glenn started the Bruins off strong with the second highest score of 9.875 on the beam.

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Freshman Norah Flatley scored a 9.250 after falling during her beam routine.

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Coach Valorie Kondos Field speaks with Flatley after she fell on the beam.

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Junior Gracie Kramer makes a menacing face during her floor routine.

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Kramer flies through the air to score a 9.925 on her floor routine.

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Dennis scored a 9.750 on her floor routine.

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Ross scored highest on every event except for the floor, where she was beaten by Ohashi.

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Ohashi leaps through the air during her floor routine, scoring a perfect 10.

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Ohashi celebrates after receiving another perfect score on her floor routine.

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MacKenzie Coffman | Video Producer
Coffman is the 2019-2020 Video producer and former Assistant Photo editor. She is a fourth-year psychology student with a film minor.
Coffman is the 2019-2020 Video producer and former Assistant Photo editor. She is a fourth-year psychology student with a film minor.
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