Four Gymnasts Earn Pac-12 All-Academic Honors
Washington Scores 195.550 At NCAA Regionals
SEATTLE – The University of Washington is all ready to host the NCAA West Regional Championships Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. PT. Tickets are still on sale and can be bought on site or at gohuskies.com/tickets. You can also follow along with the battle to get to nationals with the live stream here, live scoring here or the team's Twitter (@UWGymnastics).
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – The Pac-12 Conference announced Wednesday morning by Commissioner Larry Scott that three University of Washington gymnast have been named to the all-conference team; sophomore Allison Northey, first-team all-around, junior Jackie McCartin, first-team beam and senior Aliza Vaccher, second-team all-around.
BERKELEY, Calif. -- The University of Washington Huskies scored a 195.125 at the Pac-12 Championships to lock in their spot at the NCAA Regional Championships that they will host on April 5 at 4:00 p.m. PT. To make the result even sweeter, senior Aliza Vaccher scored a career-high 9.95 on vault that earned her the title of Pac-12 Vault Co-Champion.
SEATTLE – The Washington Huskies will kick off their post-season meets this weekend with the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships hosted by No. 19 California. Eighth-seeded UW will compete in the second session on Saturday, which beings at 6:30 p.m. PT. Host ad No. 5 seed Cal will also be in the second session with sixth-seed Arizona and seventh-seed Arizona State rounding out the second half of the competition.
SEATTLE – It was a recording setting night for senior Aliza Vaccher as her last regular season competition with the Washington Huskies came to a close. The senior posted a career-high all-around score of a 39.425 leading UW to a second place finish with a team total of 195.375, their highest score since Feb. 16 when they hosted UCLA.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington gymnastics team will host the No. 12 Oregon State Beavers and crosstown foe Seattle Pacific for their last regular season competition Friday March 14 at 7:00 p.m. in Alaska Airlines Arena. Live stats will be available here, live video will be streamed here and as always follow along with the team on twitter (@UWGymnastics) for the most up to the minute information.
PROVO, Utah – The University of Washington scored a 194.300 in a loss to the Brigham Young Cougars on Friday night who scored a 196.125, their second highest team total of the season.
SEATTLE -- The Washington gymnastics team will head to Provo, Utah this weekend to close their three-week road streak against Brigham Young on Fri. March 7 at 6:00 p.m. PT at Smith Fieldhouse. Live stats will be available here and as always follow along with the team on twitter (@UWGymnastics) for the most up to the minute information.
SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Washington Gymnastics team fell to the fifth-ranked Utah Utes Friday evening with a final score of 193.475 to 197.125. After starting on bars with some trouble, the Huskies battled back to score well in the remaining three rotations.
SEATTLE – On Friday, Feb. 27 the University of Washington Gymnastics team will take on the fifth-ranked Utah Utes on the road in Salt Lake City at 5:00 p.m. PT. The meet will be broadcasted live by the Pac-12 Network, live scoring will be available here and the most up to date information from the team can be found by following the team on Twitter (@UWGymnastics).