The No. 17 Washington gymnastics team scored a 196.750 in Boise, Idaho, highlighted by far more year-significant performances on vault and bars. Sophomore Geneva Thompson and juniors Madison Copiak and Evanni Roberson each individual scored two profession highs in the satisfy to give the Huskies a year-most effective score.
Roberson scored a 39.500 to earn the all-all around title, beating the 39.475 profession significant she established before this year. Her 9.900 on vault was a further profession significant, and tied her for second area with Thompson, Washington’s strongest vault competitor this year.
On vault, Kristyn Hoffa also additional a 9.850 to tie her personal most effective, and every counted score was a 9.825 or higher than. It gave the Huskies a year-significant 49.300 on vault, a comprehensive .150 better than their previous most effective effectiveness on the vault.
The Huskies equally conquer out their year-significant on bars, scoring .150 better than their previous significant established in only the second satisfy of the year with a 49.425. Copiak led the way with a 9.925, a profession most effective for her. Thompson matched her score on vault for a profession-significant 9.900. She tied with Roberson, that means the Huskies counted 3 scores of 9.900 or higher than toward their full. A 9.875 from Monica Riley also contributed to the most effective bars effectiveness of the year from Washington.
On ground, Hoffa’s 9.875 led the Huskies and took second area in the satisfy. Washington gained a team score of 49.050 on the ground. It improved upon their previous score, a 48.975 on beam, the occasion where by they commenced off the satisfy. Just about every subsequent occasion score improved upon the last 1, starting at beam, and going to ground, then vault, then bars.
The Huskies will return to Montlake for two fulfills following weekend, first web hosting Sacramento Condition and Iowa in an Intercontinental Women’s Working day satisfy on Friday at 7 p.m. Sunday will be Senior Night, and Washington will host the Southern Utah Flippin’ Birds although UW Men’s Gymnastics hosts Cal at 2 p.m.
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