SEATTLE – Despite struggles through a normally extremely strong beam line-up, the No. 21 University of Washington Huskies (3-2) were able to finish the meet with a win against Seattle Pacific (2-3). The final team scores were 193.925 for the Dawgs and 193.425 for the Falcons.
SEATTLE – This Friday the No. 21 University of Washington gymnasts will head across town to take on the Seattle Pacific Falcons (2-2) at Brougham Pavilion starting at 7:00 pm PT. This will be the first away meet of the season for the GymDawgs (2-2).
SEATTLE – Saturday evening, the University of Washington gymnastics team hosted their first quad meet of the 2014 season against Arizona State, San Jose State and UC Davis. The Huskies placed second in the team competition with a 194.8252 behind the ASU Sun Devils who had a 195.900.
SEATTLE – On Saturday, Jan. 18 at 4:00 pm PT, Washington Gymnastics (0-1) will play host to Arizona State, San Jose State and UC Davis for a quad meet.
SEATTLE – Washington Gymnastics hosted its season opener Monday night against the pre-season-14th-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers. Despite coming in behind the Gophers 196.350-195.025, the GymDawgs scored higher than ever before in a first meet with Joanne Bowers at the helm.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington no. 20 women's gymnastics team is set to open their 2014 season on Monday night at 7:00 pm when they host the 14th-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers at Alaska Airlines Arena.
SEATTLE – Friday evening, Washington Gymnastics hosted an Intrasquad meet in their practice gym at Hec Edmundson Pavilion. The Huskies organized the meet in order to prepare for their season opener against the No. 14 Minnesota Golden Gophers on Jan. 13 at 7:00 pm.
SEATTLE – The Washington women's gymnastics team is ready to get on the floor and start working towards their 2014 goal – NCAA nationals.
On Monday night, the University of Washington gymnastics team competed in their annual Purple and Gold Intrasquad meet, using a head-to-head format for the second time. Between the eight celebrity judges there were two ties, solved by rock-paper-scissor contests, which ultimately decided the meet for the Gold team, which won 7-6.
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On Sat., Oct. 19 at four o'clock in Alaska Airlines Arena the University of Washington gymnastics team will host Meet the GymDawgs, an open-gym event with free admission to the public. There will also be snacks and drinks provided free of charge.
The University of Washington Gymnastics team has released their official schedule for the upcoming 2014 season. Highlights include three regular season meets to be televised on the Pac-12 Network, one being a home dual versus the UCLA on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 2:00 pm.