UW gymnastics capped off a successful season with its annual awards banquet on Sunday, May 3.
University of Washington gymnast Faith Morrison will participate in the NCAA's annual Student-Athlete Leadership Forum April 9-12 in Orlando, Fla., as announced by the conference today.
UW gymnastics saw its season come to end at the NCAA regional meet in Ames, Iowa, as it finished outside the top-two and failed to advance to the NCAA championships.
After a week off, No. 23 UW gymnastics will continue its season in Ames, Iowa, this Saturday, April 4 at one of the six NCAA Regional meets slated for this weekend across the country.
UW gymnastics had seven gymnasts named to the Pac-12 All-Academic teams for their performance in the classroom and in competition during the 2014-15 season.
UW all-arounder Allison Northey was named First Team All-Pac-12 for her performance this season as an all-arounder.
No. 23 UW gymnastics will head to Ames, Iowa, to compete in one of six NCAA Regional meets on April 4. The GymDawgs' regional meet will be hosted by Iowa State.
UW gymnastics was solid on all four events on its way to a 196.000 in the first session of the Pac-12 Championships.
Coming off its highest scoring meet of the season, UW gymnastics heads into the Pac-12 Championships as the No. 22-ranked team in the country, with top-25 rankings on bars, beam and floor.
Washington gymnastics had its best meet of the season Friday night against UC Davis on the way to a season-high 196.600 against the Aggies.
UW gymnastics hits the road for its last meet before Pac-12 Championships, squaring off with the UC Davis Aggies in Davis, Calif., on March 13.
McKenzie Fechter, Jackie McCartin and Madison Podlucky each finished in the top-three of their respective events as UW gymnastics celebrated the trio's Senior Night with a win over NC State Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena.