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The No. 8 Washington gymnastics team placed fourth at the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships with a 196.750  performance that, while still strong, wasn’t quite as high as the standard of success the team placed on itself with several stronger performances earlier in the season. The fourth-place…

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The No. 8 Washington gymnastics team heads into one of the most stacked fields in college gymnastics at the Pac-12 championships, with six of the conference’s eight teams among the top 25 in the nation and Stanford not far behind. In the Pac-12, the Huskies are seeded behind No. 3 UCLA and N…

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Gaining momentum as the regular season comes to a close, the Washington gymnastics team climbed to the No. 8 spot in the rankings — the same spot it finished in at the National Championship last year — with hopes of climbing even further. On Thursday at 6 p.m., the Huskies will host No. 16 B…

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A stellar beam showing highlighted a meet that otherwise left the No. 10 Washington gymnastics team disappointed with its performance. Despite beating No. 22 Stanford by over a whole point, 196.475 to 195.450, not meeting a goal of a third 197 score in a row was a blow to the Huskies’ upward…

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All season, the goal of the No. 16 Washington gymnastics team has been to score a 197 as a team. Meeting that benchmark would take a significant improvement of nearly five-tenths from a previous season high, but in their return home Saturday, the Huskies succeeded in meeting their goal with …

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The No. 15 Washington gymnastics team didn’t quite keep up its consistently climbing scores against No. 3 Utah, but nevertheless had a strong meet, scoring a 196.250. While Utah took the win with a season high 197.700, several Huskies still had strong individual performances to contribute to…

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The No. 14 Washington gymnastics team continued its upward trajectory at the Metroplex Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, scoring a 196.525 to improve by two tenths from last week’s first home score of 196.325. The Huskies finished in third place, but that spot on the podium was still a strong …

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After kicking off the season with a win in Sacramento, the Washington gymnastics team faced Pac-12 rivals No. 2 Utah, No. 4 UCLA, and Stanford only two days later. It was an almost unheard of break for college gymnastics, the other three teams last competing a week ago. The Huskies (2-2, 1-2…

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The goal of the No. 11 Washington gymnastics team all season has been to prove itself a contender for the National Championship, and the team has achieved that goal, beating out Kentucky at Regionals to advance to the National Championship in St. Louis, Mo.

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The No. 13 Washington gymnastics team scored a 196.550 to take second place at NCAA Regionals, qualifying the team to advance to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1998. Standout performances from senior captains Alexandra Yacalis and Kaitlyn Duranczyk were the highlight of the …

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The No. 13 Washington gymnastics team will be hosting NCAA Regionals 4 p.m. Saturday at Alaska Airlines Arena. The Huskies (9-10-1, 5-6-1 Pac-12) are the No. 3 seed in the region and will be facing five other teams: No. 1 Oklahoma, No. 12 Kentucky, No. 24 Utah State, Stanford, and BYU.

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The No. 14 Washington gymnastics team came out on top of Seattle Pacific 196.925-194.100 at Alaska Airlines Arena for its final regular season meet, and Senior Night celebrations. The UW gymnasts swept every event and dominated on bars and beam, as every single gymnast placed ahead of Seattl…

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