Monday, May 25

UCLA gymnasts’ consistent scores eases win over Washington

One score is not like the other, or at least the story behind the score means more than the number itself. The UCLA women’s gymnastics team defeated the Washington Huskies 196.675-195.650 Sunday afternoon in Seattle. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore Sadiqua Bynum improved on her vault and floor scores from last week, scoring a 9.90 in both events. (Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin senior staff)




Gymnastics claims close win over ASU at Pauley Pavilion

Redshirt junior Samantha Peszek swung around the bar once, twice, three times and landed firmly on the mat, solidifying a perfect routine. The judges rewarded her perfection with a perfect score of 10. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt junior Samantha Peszek earned her first career perfect 10 Saturday for her performance on the uneven bars. (Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin senior staff)


No. 9 UCLA gymnastics to host No. 20 Arizona State

In the first half of its season, UCLA gymnastics has seen its ranking steadily fall, to the point that it goes into this weekend’s competition in Pauley Pavilion barely holding onto a spot in the top 10. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Jennifer Pinches will have an expanded role this weekend filling in for her injured teammates. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)


UCLA gymnastics recovers, readies for championship season

The UCLA gymnastics team is progressing through its season with spring in mind. The team hopes to be at its best by the end of the winter season to contend for a national championship in the spring, according to assistant coach Chris Waller. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore Ellette Craddock earned a 9.825 on the beam against Cal, contributing to UCLA’s season-high beam score at the meet.


UCLA gymnastics bests California in high-pressure meet

In two of its past three meets, UCLA gymnastics’ lowest event total has come from beam. Performances on that event have been plagued by mistakes and falls to the point that coach Valorie Kondos Field doubled the amount of time each of her athletes spent on beam in practice. Read more...

Photo: Senior Olivia Courtney had a season-high score of 9.875 on beam, clinching the win for UCLA over Cal and winning the all-around competition.



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