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2019 UCLA GYMNASTICS

2019 QUICK FACTS Location Athletic Dept. Address

Los Angeles, CA 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Athletics Phone (310) 825-8699 Ticket Office (310) UCLA-WIN Gymnastics Office Phone (310) 206-6420 Chancellor Dr. Gene Block Director of Athletics Daniel G. Guerrero Sr. Women’s Administrator Dr. Christina Rivera Faculty Athletic Rep. Dr. Michael Teitell Home Arena Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom Home Arena Capacity 13,659 Training Facility Yates Gym Enrollment 45,428 Founded 1919 Colors Blue and Gold Nickname Bruins Conference Pac-12 National Affiliation NCAA Division I Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field (UCLA ‘87) Record at UCLA (Years) 516-120-3 (28) Career Record (Years) same Asso. Head Coaches Chris Waller (UCLA ‘91) Randy Lane (Illinois ‘89) Volunteer Assistant Coach Jordyn Wieber (UCLA ‘17) Undergraduate Assistant Coach Rechelle Dennis Matteah Brow, Maria Caire, Rebecca Karlous, Managers Sophia Lahmidi, Gracey Maxwell, Lilia Waller 2018 Record 22-2 2018 Pac-12 Finish 1st 2018 NCAA Regional Finish 1st 2018 NCAA Finish 1st NCAA Championships 7 (1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2018) Gymnastics Twitter/Instagram @uclagymnastics Gymnastics Facebook www.facebook.com/UCLAGymnastics Athletic Dept. Twitter/Instagram @UCLAAthletics Athletic Dept. Facebook www.facebook.com/UCLAAthletics

TABLE OF CONTENTS The 2019 Bruins TV Roster Rosters Coaching Staff Gymnast Profiles

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2018 Season in Review Results and Best Marks Meet Summaries

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History NCAA Team Champions UCLA at NCAA Championships UCLA’s Regional Champions Individual National Champions All-Americans

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UCLA at Pac-12 Championships Pac-12 Award-Winners Award-Winners UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame All-Time Letterwinners Bruins in National/International Competition

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Record Books Perfect 10s Top Marks UCLA’s Gymnastics Arenas Year-by-Year Results All-Time Record & Series Records

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General Information Administrator Biographies

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Credits: The 2019 UCLA gymnastics information guide was written and designed by Liza David, Asst. AD, Athletic Communications, with assistance from Macy Toronjo. Primary photography by ASUCLA Campus Studio (Don Liebig and Todd Cheney). Additional photography by Amy Sanderson, Rand Bleimeister, Bailey Holiver, Richard Quinton, Katie Meyers, Christy Linder, Jim Scieszinski, Blaine Ohigashi, Jeff Sipsey, Heather Maynez, Melissa Perenson, Johnny Race, Tony Duffy, Richard Baillif, Jack Chance, Ron Kennedy, Christopher Peddecord, Grace Chiu, Patrick Tower and Getty Images.

2019 SCHEDULE Date Jan. 4 Jan. 12 Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 23 Apr. 4-6 Apr. 19 Apr. 20

Opponent Nebraska at Collegiate Challenge, powered by Under Armour vs. California, Washington, UC Davis Arizona State* at Stanford* at Oregon State* at Washington* Arizona* Utah* at Oklahoma Stanford* Utah State at Pac-12 Championships at NCAA Regionals at NCAA Semifinals at NCAA Super Six

Location Pauley Pavilion Anaheim, Calif.

Time (PT) 6 pm 6 pm

Pauley Pavilion Stanford, Calif. Corvallis, Ore. Seattle, Wash. Pauley Pavilion Salt Lake City, Calif. Norman, Okla. Pauley Pavilion Pauley Pavilion West Valley City, Utah TBD Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

2 pm 4 pm 11:30 am 3 pm 2:30 pm 12:30 pm 10 am 1 pm 4 pm TBD TBD 10 am/4 pm 4 pm

Home meets in bold / * Pac-12 Conference meet

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TV ESPN2

Pac-12 Networks Pac-12 Networks Pac-12 Networks ESPN2 Pac-12 Networks Pac-12 Networks ESPN Pac-12 Networks Pac-12 Networks Pac-12 Networks ESPNU ESPNU

MEDIA INFORMATION Gymnastics Contact: Liza David Phone: 310-206-8140 Fax: 310-825-8664 E-mail: ldavid@athletics.ucla.edu Address: 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Note: All interviews must be arranged by the Athletic Communications Office. Athletes have been instructed not to grant any interview, in person or by telephone, not arranged by the Athletic Communications Office. Telephone numbers are private and will not be released. Please do not expect team members to be available if you have not made prior arrangements.


TV ROSTER

Nia DENNIS

Norah FLATLEY

Margzetta FRAZIER

Anna GLENN

Grace GLENN

5-1/So./Columbus, Ohio

4-11/Fr./West Des Moines, Iowa

5-1/Fr./Sicklerville, N.J.

5-1/Jr./Charlotte, N.C.

5-2/Jr./Charlotte, N.C.

Felicia HANO

Madison KOCIAN

Savannah KOOYMAN

Gracie KRAMER

Brielle NGUYEN

5-2/Jr./San Gabriel, Calif.

5-3/Jr./Dallas, Texas

5-3/So./Laguna Hills Calif.

5-3/Jr./San Clemente, Calif.

5-1/Sr./Tustin, Calif.

Katelyn OHASHI

Giulianna PINO

Kendal POSTON

Kyla ROSS

Mercedez SANCHEZ

4-10/Sr./Seattle, Wash.

5-2/Jr./Miami, Fla.

5-0/So./Foothill Ranch, Calif.

5-7/Jr./Aliso Viejo, Calif.

5-5/Jr./Agoura Hills, Calif.

Stella SAVVIDOU

Sara TAUBMAN

Macy TORONJO

Pauline TRATZ

Sekai WRIGHT

5-2/Sr./Melbourne, Australia

5-3/Fr./Fairfax, Calif.

4-11/Sr./Huntsville, Texas

5-7/So./Karlsruhe, Germany

5-6/Fr./Paramount, Calif.

Valorie KONDOS FIELD

Chris WALLER

Randy LANE

Jordyn WIEBER

Rechelle DENNIS

Head Coach

Associate Head Coach

Associate Head Coach

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Undergraduate Assistant Coach

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2019 ROSTER

Team Staff Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field (29th Year, UCLA ‘87) Asso. Head Coach: Chris Waller (17th Year, UCLA ‘91) Asso. Head Coach: Randy Lane (15th Year, Illinois ‘89) Volunteer Asst. Coach: Jordyn Wieber (3rd Year, UCLA ‘17) Undergraduate Assistant Coach: Rechelle Dennis Staff Athletic Trainer: Lorita Granger Student Athletic Trainers: Peter Awad, Brooke Tobias Team Managers: Matteah Brow, Maria Caire, Rebecca Karlous, Sophia Lahmidi, Gracey Maxwell, Lilia Waller Director of Operations: Claire Donyanavard Team Videographer: Deanna Hong

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Name Nia Dennis Norah Flatley Margzetta Frazier Anna Glenn Grace Glenn Felicia Hano Madison Kocian Savannah Kooyman Gracie Kramer Brielle Nguyen Katelyn Ohashi Giulianna Pino Kendal Poston Kyla Ross Mercedez Sanchez Stella Savvidou

Ht. 5-1 4-11 5-1 5-1 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-0 4-10 5-2 5-0 5-7 5-5 5-2

Yr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Macy Toronjo Sara Taubman Pauline Tratz Sekai Wright

4-11 5-3 5-7 5-6

Sr. Fr. So. Fr.

Hometown (High School/Last School/Club) Columbus, Ohio (Metea Valley HS/Legacy Elite Gymnastics) West Des Moines, Iowa (Connections Academy/Chow’s Gymnastics) Sicklerville, N.J. (Connections Academy/Parkettes) Charlotte, N.C. (South Mecklenburg/Southeastern Gymnastics) Charlotte, N.C. (South Mecklenburg/Southeastern Gymnastics) San Gabriel, Calif. (San Gabriel HS/Gym-Max) Dallas, Texas (Spring Creek Academy/WOGA) Laguna Hills, Calif. (Aliso Niguel HS/Precision Gymnastics) San Clemente, Calif. (JSerra Catholic/Wildfire Gymnastics) Tustin, Calif. (Foothill HS/University of Illinois/Gym-Max) Seattle, Wash. (Plano Senior HS/WOGA) Miami, Fla. (Gulliver Preparatory/Universal Gymnastics) Foothill Ranch, Calif. (Trabuco Hills HS/Azarian Gymnastics Training Center) Aliso Viejo, Calif. (Aliso Niguel HS/Gym-Max) Agoura Hills, Calif. (Agoura HS/Matrix Gymnastics) Melbourne, Australia (Methodist Ladies College/ Methodist Ladies College Gymnastics Club) Huntsville, Texas (Coppell HS/Texas Dreams) Fairfax, Calif. (Sir Francis Drake HS/Head Over Heels) Karlsruhe, Germany (Otto-Hahn Gymnasium/Karlsruhe Gymnastics) Paramount, Calif. (Paramount HS/American Gymnastics Academy)

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Height

State

5-7 ............................. Ross ................................... Tratz 5-6 ...........................Wright 5-5 ........................Sanchez 5-3 .......................... Kocian .............................Kooyman ................................Kramer .............................Taubman 5-2 ........................G. Glenn ...................................Hano ....................................Pino ............................. Savvidou 5-1 ...................... N. Dennis ................................ Frazier ..............................A. Glenn 5-0 ......................... Nguyen ................................ Poston 4-11 .........................Flatley ................................Toronjo 4-10 ........................ Ohashi

California (9): Hano, Kooyman, Kramer, Nguyen, Poston, Ross, Sanchez, Taubman, Wright

Class

North Carolina (2): A. Glenn, G. Glenn Texas (2): Kocian, Toronjo Florida (1): Pino Iowa (1): Flatley New Jersey (1): Frazier Ohio (1): N. Dennis Washington (1): Ohashi

International Australia (1): Savvidou Germany (1): Tratz

Freshmen (4): Flatley, Frazier, Taubman, Wright Sophomores (4): Dennis, Kooyman, Poston, Tratz Juniors (8): A. Glenn, G. Glenn, Hano, Kocian, Kramer, Pino, Ross, Sanchez Seniors (4): Nguyen, Ohashi, Savvidou, Toronjo

Pronunciation Guide Nia Dennis.............................................................KNEE-uh Margzetta Frazier ............................................. Marg-ZETTA Felicia Hano.............................................................. HA-no Madison Kocian .....................................................CO-shun Savannah Kooyman...............................................COY-mun Brielle Nguyen ............................................... bree-ELL WIN Katelyn Ohashi....................................................oh-HA-she Giulianna Pino..................................... Julie-AH-nah PEA-no Kendal Poston........................................................POST-un Stella Savvidou ...................................................SAVVY-doo Macy Toronjo ................................................... toe-RON-joe Pauline Tratz ..................................... paw-LEAN-uh TRAHTZ Sekai Wright ........................................................... suh-KAI Valorie Kondos Field .............................................CON-dose Jordyn Wieber.......................................................WEE-burr Rechelle Dennis ..................................................ruh-SHELL


COACHING STAFF

VALORIE

KONDOS FIELD Head Coach 29th Season UCLA ‘87

UCLA head coach Valorie Kondos Field has positioned her Bruins as one of the premier programs in collegiate gymnastics with seven NCAA championships. Not only has she consistently recruited and coached some of the top talent in the world, but she has produced the results, totaling over 500 career regular season victories heading into her 29th and final season as head coach. The Bruins won their first NCAA championship in 1997 under Kondos Field and won again in back-to-back seasons in both 2000-2001 and 2003-2004. In 2010, UCLA won its sixth NCAA title with a 24-for-24 performance in the Super Six, and in 2018, the Bruins used a record-breaking performance on balance beam to complete an improbable comeback in the final rotation that catapulted them to their seventh crown. UCLA has remained the Leader of the Pac during Kondos Field’s tenure, winning 14 conference titles, including the inaugural Pac-12 title in 2012, to go along with 19 NCAA Regional titles. In 2018, UCLA swept through the postseason, winning the Pac-12, Regional and NCAA team titles, along with Pac-12 allaround, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise individual titles and the NCAA beam and floor individual titles. Kondos Field has been selected by her peers as the NACGC/W National Coach of the Year four times (1996, 1997, 2000 and 2001) and was also named the Pac-12 Coach of the Year in 1995, 2000, 2003 and 2012 and the West Region Head Coach of the Year in 2018. In 2010, she became just the second active coach to be inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame. She was honored by the Pac-12 Conference in 2016 as the Pac-12 Gymnastics Coach of the Century, and in 2017, she won a Los Angeles Chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE Los Angeles) Women of Inspiration Award. Kondos Field emphasizes a team concept, but her student-athletes have also found individual success, winning 30 NCAA individual titles during her years as head coach. But even with all of her successes on the court, what gives Kondos Field most satisfaction is seeing her student-athletes succeed in all facets of their lives. Academics is a big part of that equation, and Kondos Field’s teams regularly place members on the Conference All-Academic teams and Scholastic AllAmerican squads, and in 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee was honored as the Pac-12 Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year. With legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden as her role model and cherished friend, Kondos Field’s coaching philosophy stresses balance and integrity. “Growing up in the classical dance world, I spent the majority of my youth in a very disciplined environment,” she said. “The reward was the self-satisfaction that came from the culmination of months of hard work in preparation for our performances and knowing I did my best to become the best I was capable of becoming. The reward wasn’t monetary or about ‘winning’; instead, it was being able to have pride in a job well done.” “In a sport as subjective as gymnastics, it’s important to have an honest internal voice that knows when you’ve done your best even if your ‘score’ says you didn’t ‘win’, and conversely knowing when you can push harder even if your ‘score’ says you are the ‘champion’,” she continued. “That inner voice, known as integrity, is vital in living life to its fullest and enjoying the journey in every aspect of life.”

A breast cancer survivor, Kondos Field’s positive outlook throughout her journey has resonated profoundly with her student-athletes and with fans, leading to her mantra “Life is Short, Don’t Wait to Dance.” She has authored a book with that title, which was released in October through Hachette Book Group. Her book shares insights and advice on how to use uniqueness and authenticity to achieve success. Kondos Field’s professional journey has been a unique one. A former professional ballet dancer with the Sacramento Ballet, Capital City Ballet and Washington, D.C. Ballet, she initially got her start in gymnastics at Agilites in Carmichael, Calif. by playing the piano for floor exercise music. From there, she became a dance coach, and under the guidance of former University of Minnesota head coach Jim Stephenson, learned the fundamentals of the sport. Career Coaching Record Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Record 19-5 14-5 19-3 25-3 26-5 15-6 23-2 16-6 20-5 25-5 23-2 22-5 19-2-1 15-5 20-3 21-6 15-6 18-6 17-3 17-3 16-8 17-2-1 16-5 13-6 17-2 13-5 13-4-1 22-2-0

Pac-12 Finish 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 4th 1st 4th 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 4th 2nd 1st T-3rd 1st

Overall Record (28 years): 516-120-3 (.810) 4

Reg’l Finish 4th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st

NCAA Finish — 9th 4th 5th 4th 2nd 1st 5th 5th 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 4th — 4th 7th 7th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 8th 11th 5th 4th 1st


In 1983, she was hired to be UCLA’s assistant coach and choreographer. While working under head coach Jerry Tomlinson, Kondos Field helped put UCLA Gymnastics on the map with their distinctive choreography and flair. The Bruins earned NCAA runner-up finishes in 1984 and 1989 and won six NCAA individual titles from 1987-89. Kondos Field was appointed head coach of the Bruins in 1991 and brought in Scott Bull as her co-head coach. The duo earned West Region Co-Coach of the Year honors in 1993 and in 1994. As the sole head coach in 1995, she earned Pac-10 and West Region coaching honors and guided her team to first-place finishes at the Pac-10 and Regional Championships. Just one year later, she led the Bruins to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships, and in 1997 she became just the fourth coach in NCAA history to win a national title. She is recognized as one of the top beam and floor choreographers in the sport. Under her guidance, UCLA has formed a reputation of having the most unique and artistic routines in the nation, and a Bruin floor exercise routine has gone viral in each of the last three years. Kondos Field has choreographed 20 NCAA championship routines on beam and floor, including an unprecedented three consecutive on floor from Kim Hamilton from 1987-89. She also earned the Choreography of the Year Award at the 2004 Canadian National Championships for Kate Richardson’s floor exercise routine. Kondos Field has also come to be recognized for her recruiting ability. Since becoming head coach, she has attracted to UCLA some of the top talent in the U.S. and abroad, including Olympic medalists Madison Kocian, Kyla Ross, Samantha Peszek, Mohini Bhardwaj, Tasha Schwikert, Kristen Maloney, and Jamie Dantzscher. More impressively, however, under Kondos Field’s tutelage, many of these top recruits went on to compete at the elite level both during and after their collegiate careers. Danusia Francis competed at the 2015 World Championships ahead of her senior year at UCLA and two years after graduating placed 12th at the 2018 Pan American Championships. Anna Li made the U.S. Olympic team as an alternate in 2012, two years after finishing her senior season at UCLA. In the summer of 2010, Vanessa Zamarripa made the U.S. National Team with an eighth-place finish at her first U.S. Championships. In 2004, Kate Richardson became only the second female gymnast to compete at the Olympic Games as a collegiate athlete. She was joined in Athens by another Bruin, Mohini Bhardwaj, who captained the U.S. team to a team silver medal three years after her senior season at UCLA. Both Richardson and Bhardwaj qualified for the floor exercise finals, with Bhardwaj placing sixth and Richardson placing seventh with her Kondos Field-choreographed routine. In 1999, Kondos Field coached then-UCLA junior Heidi Moneymaker at her first USA Championships, and Moneymaker, Bhardwaj and Lena Degteva all represented UCLA at the 1999 World University Games. A freelance choreographer with extensive experience in the entertainment and gymnastics fields, Kondos Field is currently developing a live theatrical musical. She was the co-executive producer for the 2017 TV special “Jump, Jive & Thrive”, which combined gymnastics, dance and music to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For the past 26 years, she has helped to create, direct and choreograph Sea World’s Summer Nights shows, and her Riptide show won a national award for Best Overall Production: $1,000,000 - $2,000,000 or More at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) 2007 Big “E” Awards. In the summer of 1991, Kondos Field choreographed a summer acrobatic festival held in Lennestadt, Germany. Kondos Field is married to former UCLA Associate Athletic Director and football coach Bobby Field, who was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2017. The duo are the first married Hall of Fame duo in UCLA Athletics history. Kondos Field graduated from UCLA in 1987 with a degree in history.

What They’re Saying … “The vibrant personality of Valorie carries over in her work with the young ladies under her supervision. It’s no wonder that all of them are so enthusiastic about their sport.”

- John Wooden, Hall of Fame coach “I’ve known Val since she helped me on my floor exercise routine before the ‘84 Olympics. She has since become a good friend to me and my wife, Donna, a former Bruin gymnast. She represents UCLA with class and character both on and off the gym floor. Valorie is a great coach, but an even better person.”

- Peter Vidmar, UCLA ‘83, NCAA and Olympic champion “There were many reasons for why I chose to come to UCLA, but the most important one was Miss Val. From the moment I met her, I knew that she cared about me as a person and not just as an athlete. Throughout my four years of being on the UCLA Gymnastics team, Valorie emphasized qualities such as integrity, leadership and teamwork. What she cared about most was that we graduated far better people than we were starting out. What I realized was that by becoming the best person I can be, I also became the best athlete I can be. Valorie is the reason why UCLA Gymnastics has become the number one program in the nation.”

- Lena Degteva, UCLA ‘01, NCAA champion “Having known Valorie since the early ‘80’s, I’ve been privileged to witness the evolution and maturation of a truly remarkable coach; from an unquestionably talented choreographer to a highly-respected and greatly admired head coach. Her ability to recruit the nation’s most talented gymnasts year after year is not the key to her success. To the contrary, the ‘advantage’ of working with high-level talent often presents its own challenge. Elite athletes frequently come to college with ‘baggage’ (e.g., fatigue, nagging/chronic injuries, negative experiences), and Valorie’s calm, nurturing, supportive approach - along with her foremost ambition to graduate self-sufficient, self-confident young women - allows these gymnasts to adjust to a collegiate environment and succeed anew within that arena. Valorie’s ego never enters the mix. Her focus is always on the athletes, whose success she ultimately defines not by winning but by growth as well-rounded human beings.”

- Kathy Johnson Clarke, Olympic medalist “Coaching gymnastics is difficult, but it is extremely challenging at the collegiate level. Young gymnasts are suddenly faced with instant freedom and stringent academic demands. Valorie has been able to take gymnasts from diverse backgrounds and motivation levels and teach them to love the sport again. She is a passionate professional.”

- Dwight Normile, Editor, International Gymnast “I have a lot of respect for Valorie and her program. We enjoy competing against them because it always brings together two of the best teams in the country and is a positive experience for the athletes, the coaches and the fans.”

- Bev Plocki, University of Michigan Head Coach “Val has been extremely successful with so many athletes over the years. I am always impressed with her calmness and the connection she has with her team.”

- Mary Lee Tracy, Former U.S. National Team Coach “Val embodies everything you look for in a head coach: She builds genuine relationships with her studentathletes; she’s a tremendous mentor, not only in the gym, but also in life; and of course, we all know, her teams have been incredibly successful. In winning, most importantly, she fosters this success the right way, by creating a culture of positivity and growth that has elevated the UCLA gymnastics program to new heights, among the nation’s most elite.” - Dan Guerrero, UCLA Athletic Director

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COACHING STAFF

CHRIS

RANDY

WALLER

LANE

Associate Head Coach 17th Season UCLA ‘91

Associate Head Coach 15th Season Illinois ‘89

Randy Lane is in the eighth year of his third stint as a Bruin assistant coach and his 15th year overall with the program. He was promoted to Associate Head Coach after the 2016 season.

Former UCLA All-American, NCAA Champion and U.S. Olympian Chris Waller is in his 17th season on the UCLA women’s gymnastics coaching staff and seventh as associate head coach.

In 2012, Lane was selected the West Region Assistant Coach of the Year and helped lead UCLA to the first-ever Pac-12 Championship, as well as a NCAA Regional championship and a third-place NCAA finish. He helped coach the Bruins to a postseason sweep in 2018, and he and his fellow UCLA coaches won West Region Assistant Coach of the Year honors.

Waller has brought nothing but success since returning to UCLA in 2003, helping guide the Bruins to four NCAA team titles. In his first season on the Bruin staff, he helped guide the Bruins to the 2003 NCAA, Regional and Pac-10 Championships. He was also the acting head coach when UCLA snapped the longest home court winning streak in NCAA history for any sport, handing Utah its first home loss in 23 years. In 2004, he helped coach the Bruins to a repeat championship, won in record-setting fashion. He was also selected by his peers as the 2004 NACGC National Assistant Coach of the Year. In 2010, he was voted the West Region Assistant Coach of the Year, an honor he shared with his fellow UCLA coaches in 2018.

In addition to his UCLA coaching duties, Lane also serves as the chair of the Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative (CGGI), which was formed to promote awareness in the pursuit and addition of new women’s collegiate gymnastics programs across the country in order to grow the sport. Lane previously coached at UCLA from 1992-94 and 1998-2001. He left coaching for a private business but returned to the sport as an assistant coach at Florida from 2002-06. He was an associate head coach at Michigan State from 2006-11 and had previously served as the head coach at UC Santa Barbara from 1995-97.

After helping UCLA capture the 2004 NCAA title, he coached former Bruin great Mohini Bhardwaj as she earned not only a spot on the U.S. Olympic team but the honor of team captain as well. Bhardwaj competed in the all-around for the USA in the team prelims and on three of four events at team finals, helping the USA win the silver medal. Bhardwaj had the eighth-highest all-around score in prelims and placed sixth in the floor exercise finals.

During Lane’s second stint at UCLA, he helped guide the Bruins to NCAA titles in 2000 and 2001. UCLA gymnasts won eight NCAA individual titles from 1998-2001, including three on the event on which he was the lead coach, uneven bars. He was honored as the NACGC/W National Assistant Coach of the Year in 2000, and in 1998, he was named the West Region Assistant Coach of the Year.

Waller coached another Bruin to elite success in 2010, helping guide Vanessa Zamarripa to the U.S. National Team after an eighth-place all-around finish at the Visa Championships. He also coached freshman Margzetta Frazier as she competed under UCLA at the 2018 U.S. Championships.

At Florida, his Gator teams advanced to the NCAA Championships each of the four years he coached there and won NCAA Regional titles in 2005 and 2006. At Michigan State from 2006-11, he coached two gymnasts to perfect 10 scores on vault and helped lead the team to its best-ever NCAA Regional finishes (third) in 2011 and 2008.

One of the United States’ all-time gymnastics greats, Waller was a member of the National Team from 1989-97 and captured the U.S. all-around crown in 1991 and pommel horse titles from 1991-93. He was an all-around finalist at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona and took fifth on the pommel horse, just one-tenth of a point away from the gold medal. In addition, Waller placed in the Top 6 on the pommel horse at the 1993 World Championships and won three medals at the 1990 Goodwill Games and a team gold at the 1995 Pan American Games. He was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2003.

Prior to his tenure at UCSB, Lane served as assistant coach at UCLA from 1992-94 and helped produce six All-Americans and three Pac-10 event champions. Lane was a member of the 1989 Illinois NCAA Men’s Gymnastics National Championship squad and the 1988 NCAA Championship runner-up squad. He was also a member of the 1988 and 1989 Big Ten Championship teams. While competing for the Columbus Gymnastics Center, he won the Indiana State all-around title eight times and was the 1984 AAU Junior Olympic National parallel bar champion. He was named the 1984 Indiana Outstanding Athlete over such notables as Indiana basketball legend and current UCLA basketball coach Steve Alford.

At UCLA, Waller earned four All-America honors and helped the Bruins capture the NCAA title in 1987. He also won individual titles on the pommel horse in 1989 and the high bar in 1990. Every year from 1989-1993, Waller won either a U.S. or NCAA national title. Waller, who graduated from UCLA in 1991, has 15 years of prior coaching experience and was selected the 2002 Southern California Level 7 Male Coach of the Year. Waller also served as a member of the USA Gymnastics Executive Committee and the 2000 Olympic team selection committee and chaired the Athlete’s Council.

Lane received his bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications from Illinois in 1989 and his Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine/Acupuncture from the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine in 1999.

Waller and his wife Cindy have two daughters, Alexandra, who was a gymnast on the Bruin team from 2014-15 and a team manager from 2016-17, and Lilia, who is a sophomore on the team in 2019. He and Cindy founded GymJam Summer Camp in 1997 and are owners of their own gym, Waller’s GymJam Academy, in Santa Clarita.

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COACHING STAFF

JORDYN

RECHELLE

WIEBER

DENNIS

Volunteer Assistant Coach Third Season UCLA ‘17

Undergraduate Assistant Coach First Season

Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber is in her third season as a volunteer assistant coach after spending her first three years at UCLA as a team manager. Wieber coaches the Bruins on floor exercise, an event on which UCLA finished the 2018 regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation. The 2018 Bruins scored 49.4 or higher in 11 meets and 49.6 or higher in three meets, including a national season-high of 49.775 set Feb. 25. She and her fellow UCLA coaches were named the 2018 West Region Assistant Coaches of the Year, as they helped lead the Bruins to Pac-12, NCAA regional and NCAA national titles. Wieber, who has been a vocal advocate for safe sport, has won several awards in the past year, including the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs, the Rising Star Award by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and the Giant Steps A Hero Among Us Award. A member of the “Fierce Five” United States squad that won team gold at the 2012 Olympics, Wieber was a two-time U.S. all-around champion (2011 and 2012) and the 2011 World all-around champion. Her illustrious elite career included three medals (all-around and team gold, beam bronze) at the 2011 World Championships, four U.S. senior national titles (all-around, bars and floor in 2011 and all-around in 2012). She was also the 2008 U.S. junior all-around, vault and floor exercise champion and the American Cup all-around champion in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She dominated the competition at the 2010 Pacific Rim Championships, winning four gold medals (all-around, uneven bars, floor exercise, team) and one silver (vault). In her first international competition at the 2007 Junior Pan American Championships, she won gold medals on uneven bars and balance beam, silver in the all-around and bronze on floor exercise. Wieber officially retired from competitive gymnastics in 2015. Wieber, who hails from DeWitt, Mich., graduated from UCLA in 2017 with a degree in Psychology. She was a 2016 inductee into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame and is also a member of the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame as a member of the 2012 U.S. Olympic team.

Rechelle Dennis begins her first season as undergraduate assistant coach after competing for the Bruins from 2015-18. Although unable to physically compete in 2018 due to a ruptured Achilles tendon suffered in preseason training, Dennis brought an important presence and leadership to the Bruins’ championship run. During her career, she competed primarily on uneven bars, with her top finish being a third-place showing against Arizona State on Feb. 27, 2016 with a career-high 9.85. She also competed twice on vault and exhibitioned on balance beam in 2016. Dennis was a five-time (2010-14) JO Nationals qualifier and finished seventh in the all-around and fifth on floor exercise at the 2012 JO Nationals. She also won the uneven bars and floor exercise titles at the 2012 Region 6 Championships and repeated as floor champion and won the all-around at the 2013 Region 6 Championships. A political science major, Dennis launched a beauty brand, SheaGIRL, in 2015, and recently created a new media platform, Serve Your Truth, which amplifies the voices of women of color in the beauty industry.

Gymnastics Staff

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Lorita Granger Staff Athletic Trainer

Peter Awad Student Athletic Trainer

Brooke Tobias Student Athletic Trainer

Casey Thomas Athletic Performance Dietitian

Claire Donyanavard Director of Operations

Deanna Hong Team Videographer


GYMNAST PROFILES

NIA

NORAH

DENNIS

FLATLEY

5-1 / Sophomore Columbus, Ohio Metea Valley HS Legacy Elite Gymnastics

4-11 / Freshman West Des Moines, Iowa Connections Academy Chow’s Gymnastics

2018

Club

Second-team All-Pac-12 on bars … Scored 9.8 or higher on both vault and bars on both days of the NCAA Championships … Leadoff score of 9.9 on bars was good for second place and led UCLA to a 49.5 at NCAA Regionals … Led off vault with a 9.875 vs. San Jose State to lead UCLA to a season-high 49.625 team score … Tied for second on vault with a 9.9 leadoff at Stanford and also scored 9.9 on floor … Scored career-high 9.975 on floor vs. Oregon State after changing her opening tumbling pass to a piked full-in … Placed second on floor and bars (9.9 in the leadoff spot) vs. Oregon State … Won vault and bars while competing in the leadoff spot against Utah, scoring career-highs of 9.95 on vault and 9.925 on bars … Placed second in the all-around with a career-high 39.425 and third on bars with a career-best 9.9 at Cal … Also recorded a new career-high on beam at Cal with a 9.875 … Set new career-bests with a 9.925 on vault and 9.875 on floor vs. Oklahoma … Sixth in the all-around at Elevate the Stage with 39.225 … Second in the all-around in the season opener vs. Ohio State, scoring 39.050, and tied for third on bars with a 9.825.

Two-time member of the U.S. Junior National Team (2013-14 and 2014-15) … Won balance beam and team gold, as well as all-around bronze in the junior division at the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships … Gold medalist on beam at the City of Jesolo Trophy in both 2014 and 2015 and also won team titles each year … Second in the all-around in 2015 and third in 2014 at City of Jesolo Trophy … Finished third in the all-around and second on bars at the 2014 P&G Championships … Fifth all-around and second on beam at the 2013 Championships … Competed in Level 10 in 2018 and won the uneven bars at the Iowa State meet … JO National beam champion in 2012 … All-around, bars, beam and floor Western National Champion in 2011 … Trained at Chow’s Gymnastics.

Personal Undeclared major … Favorite apparatus is balance beam … Lists her greatest athletic thrill as competing for her country internationally … Parents: Ann and Terry Flaltley … Siblings: Jacob, Anna and Kyla … Full name is Norah Irene Flatley … Born in San Diego, Calif.

Club U.S. National Team member from 2013-15 … Competed Level 10 in 2017 and won the all-around at Level 10 Nationals … At the senior level, she placed ninth in the all-around and tied for fourth on beam at the 2015 P&G Championships … Competed only on uneven bars at the 2016 P&Gs while recovering from an injury and placed eighth … Won the vault and placed second in the all-around at the 2014 P&G Championships and was second on vault and fourth in the all-around at the 2013 Championships … Placed seventh all-around at the 2012 P&Gs … Representing the USA junior teams, she placed second in the all-around and won team gold at the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships … Silver medalist in the all-around and won team gold at the 2013 City of Jesolo Trophy … Won gold on uneven bars and silver in the all-around at the 2014 Secret U.S. Classic … Gold medalist on vault and silver medalist on floor at the 2013 Secret U.S. Classic … Trained at Legacy Elite Gymnastics.

MARGZETTA

FRAZIER 5-1 / Freshman Sicklerville, N.J. Connections Academy Parkettes

Personal Admires Kobe Bryant and Sydney McLaughlin … Enjoys blasting Chris Brown while cooking … Favorite apparatus is vault … Parents: Casey and Deetra Dennis … Has a sister, Mya … Full name is Nia Camille Dennis … Born in Columbus, Ohio … Sociology major who has aspirations of becoming a physical therapist.

Club Represented UCLA at the 2018 USA Championships and placed 13th in the all-around and 10th on floor … Silver medalist in the all-around and bronze medalist on uneven bars at the 2018 Birmingham World Cup … American Cup and Pan American Games alternate in 2018 … Named to the 2017-18 U.S. National Team after placing fifth in the all-around at the 2017 P&G Championships, where she also placed fifth on bars, seventh on floor and eighth on beam … In her first year at the senior level, she placed 15th all-around at the 2016 P&G Championships … Placed fourth all-around and sixth on vault and floor at the 2016 Secret U.S. Classic … At the junior level, she competed at the P&G Championships in 2015 and 2014 ... Trained at Parkettes National Training Center.

Best Marks V - 9.950, 2/18/18 UB - 9.925, 2/18/18 BB - 9.875, 2/10/18 FX - 9.975, 2/25/18 AA - 39.425, 2/10/18

Personal Undeclared major … Favorite apparatus is uneven bars … Lists her greatest athletic thrill as competing in a different country and still having the entire arena chant your name … Decided to attend UCLA because “UCLA focuses not only on academic or athletic potential, but encourages students to find their purpose in helping the world be a better place” … Admires Muhammad Ali, Jesse Owens, Dominique Dawes and Elizabeth Price … Hobbies include singing, dancing, songwriting, poetry, fashion and music … Parents: Tina and William Frazier … Has two younger sisters, eMjae and Billie, and a younger brother, Tytan … Full name is Margzetta Bryantina Frazier … Named after her grandmother Margzetta Adams. 8


GYMNAST PROFILES

ANNA

GRACE

GLENN

GLENN

5-1 / Junior Charlotte, N.C. South Mecklenburg HS Southeastern Gymnastics

5-2 / Junior Charlotte, N.C. South Mecklenburg HS Southeastern Gymnastics

2018

2018

UCLA’s top scorer on vault each day at the NCAA Championships, scoring 9.85 in the semifinals and 9.8875 in the finals … Also contributed 9.85s on bars in the semifinals and finals … NCAA Columbus Regional vault co-champion with a career-high-tying 9.9 … Also tied her career-high on bars at the Regional, scoring 9.875 … Named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week Mar. 20 after scoring a pair of career-high 9.9s on vault and beam vs. San Jose State … Stuck her vault at Stanford and scored 9.85 … Scored a career-high and team-high 9.875 as the leadoff on vault at the Masters Classic … Made her competitive debut on bars on Feb. 25 against Oregon State and tied for third with a 9.875 … Competed on vault and exhibitioned on bars and beam against Utah, scoring 9.8 on vault and bars and 9.825 on beam … Made competitive debut at Cal with a 9.8 on vault … Saw first action with a pair of exhibition routines at Arizona, where she scored 9.8 on vault and 9.85 on beam.

First-team regular season All-American and first-team All-Pac-12 on beam … Her leadoff 9.9375 on beam helped the Bruins score a NCAA Championships and school record 49.750 that won the NCAA title for the Bruins … Competed on beam in every meet … Moved to the leadoff position since the Stanford meet, where she placed third with a 9.925 … Tied for second at the NCAA Columbus Regional, vs. San Jose State and at the Masters Classic with 9.9s … Recorded her third 9.95 score of the season vs. Oregon State … Captured her second beam win with a 9.95 at Cal … Tied for third on beam at Metroplex with a 9.9 … Pac-12 Specialist of the Week Jan. 23 after tying for first on beam with a career-high 9.95.

2017

Club

Sat out the season after undergoing surgery for a torn labrum.

Won the J.O. National all-around and beam championships in 2014 and also placed second on vault ... 2016 J.O. National qualifier after winning the Region 8 all-around, bars and beam championship ... Placed fifth in the all-around, second on beam, third on vault and fourth on bars at the 2014 Nastia Liukin Cup ... Placed in the Top 4 in the all-around at the 2013 and 2012 J.O. National Championships ... Three-time J.O. National Team member ... At the Regional level, she swept the all-around and all four events at the 2014 Championships and was the vault and bars champion in 2013 and vault and beam champion in 2012 ... Seven-time Level 10 State champion, winning the all-around, vault, bars and beam in 2014 and beam in 2016, 2013 and 2012 ... Trained at Southeastern Gymnastics.

2017 Sat out the season after undergoing surgery for a torn labrum.

Club Won the silver medal in the all-around at the 2015 Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup ... Placed sixth in the all-around and second on vault at the 2015 JO National Championships ... Won the all-around, bars and beam at the 2015 Level 10 Regionals and swept every event and the all-around at the Level 10 State Championships ... In 2014, she was sixth in the all-around and vault and second on beam at the JO Nationals, as well as second in the all-around, vault, beam and floor at the Regional Championships ... Placed third on vault and fourth on beam at the 2013 JO Nationals after winning the all-around at the Regional and State meets ... Captured her first national title in 2012, winning uneven bars at JO Nationals ... Also won the all-around at the 2012 Regionals and uneven bars at the State meet ... Trained at Southeastern Gymnastics.

Personal Sociology major … Member of the Bruin Athletic Council … Favorite apparatus is balance beam … Listed her greatest athletic thrills as winning the NCAA Championship in 2018 and winning J.O. Nationals in 2014 … Admires gymnast Nastia Liukin … Parents: Cindi and Neil Glenn … Twin sister Anna is also on the UCLA team … Full name is Grace Fugui Glenn … Born in Nanchang, China.

Personal Psychology major ... Favorite apparatus is vault ... Lists her greatest athletic thrill as winning the NCAA team title in 2018 ... Member of the UCLA Student-Athlete Mentors Program and the Bruin Mental Health Advisory Committee … Campus activities include ACA (Association of Chinese Americans) … Athlete she most admires is Christine Peng-Peng Lee ... Hobbies include photography, cooking, traveling, hanging out with friends, and Netflix ... Parents: Cindi and Neil Glenn ... Twin sister Grace is also on the UCLA team ... Full name is Anna Furong Glenn ... Born in Nanchang, China.

Best Marks BB - 9.950, 3x, last 2/25/18

Best Marks V - 9.900, 2x, last 4/7/18 UB - 9.875, 2x, last 4/7/18 BB - 9.900, 3/13/18

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GYMNAST PROFILES

FELICIA

MADISON

HANO

KOCIAN

5-2 / Junior San Gabriel, Calif. San Gabriel HS Gym-Max

5-3 / Junior Dallas, Texas Spring Creek Academy WOGA

2018

2018

First-team regular season All-American on floor and second-team on vault … Secondteam All-Pac-12 on vault and floor … Tied for second on floor with a 9.9 at the NCAA Columbus Regional … Tied her career-high on vault with a 9.925 and scored 9.95 on floor to place second on both events vs. San Jose State … Captured her fourth floor title with a 9.95 at the Masters Classic … Tied for third on floor vs. Oregon State with a 9.95 … Won floor with a 9.975 for her third-straight win on the event, and tied for third on vault with a career-high 9.925 against Utah … Tied her career-high on vault with a 9.9 in her only event at Cal … Pac-12 Specialist of the Week after scoring her first-ever perfect 10 on floor vs. Oklahoma Feb. 4 … Her floor was the first by a Bruin since Sydney Sawa in 2014; Hano’s floor routine is a legacy routine using Sawa’s music and choreography … Earned her first career victories at Arizona, taking first on vault and floor with scores of 9.9 … Competed all-around for the first time as a Bruin at Arizona, scoring 38.650, and earned career-high marks on each event … Set a career-high on vault with a 9.9 and tied her career-best on floor with a 9.875 at Elevate the Stage … Tied for second on vault (9.825) and tied for fourth on floor (9.875) in the season opener.

Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association Scholastic All-American … Second-team Pac-12 All-Academic … Came back from an August shoulder surgery to compete on at least one event in 13 of 15 meets and finished the year competing on three events … Her 9.9375 on uneven bars in the NCAA Finals helped engineer the Bruins’ stunning comeback to win the national championship … Scored 9.875 on uneven bars in her first routine of the year at the NCAA Regional … Scored 9.875 or better on beam in five meets … Scored a season-high 9.925 on floor to tie for third at Stanford … Competed on two events for the first time in 2018 against Oregon State on Feb. 25, scoring 9.875 on beam and leading off floor with a 9.9 … Scored 9.9 on beam to place fourth against Utah and tied for third place with a season-high 9.925 on beam at Cal … Scored 9.875 on beam at the Metroplex Challenge and 9.85 vs. Oklahoma.

2017 Four-time All-American (postseason first-team all-around and floor, regular season first-team all-around and second-team floor) … Scored a perfect 10 on bars on Feb. 11 against Stanford … NCAA Regional bars champion and co-champion on floor … Earned four All-Pac-12 honors (1st-team AA, FX and 2nd-team V, BB) … Competed in the all-around in 12 of 14 meets … Totaled 16 event victories, including a teamhigh six in the all-around, and was the only Bruin to capture an event title in all four events and the all-around … Finished the season having hit 45 consecutive routines without a fall … Tied her career-high in the all-around with a meet-winning 39.625 against Arizona and also captured her first vault title with a 9.85 and was second on bars (9.9), beam (9.925) and floor (career-high-tying 9.95) … Tied for first on beam with a career-high-tying 9.95 and also scored 9.925 on floor to tie for the team lead at Utah. Her all-around score of 39.55 placed second … Scored her first career perfect 10 on uneven bars vs. Stanford and also won floor with a career-high-tying 9.95 and the all-around with a 39.575 … Earned Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors Feb. 14 for the second time in a row … Set a new career-high to win the all-around at ASU with a 39.625 and scored career-bests of 9.95 on beam to place second and floor to place first. Named the Pac-12 Gymnast and Freshman of the Week for Feb. 7 after that performance … Scored a career-high 39.525 to win the all-around at Oregon State and also contributed career-bests on vault (9.875), bars (9.875) and floor (9.925) … Won the all-around (39.425), bars (9.875), beam (9.85) and floor (9.875) vs. Arkansas in her collegiate debut.

2017 Second-team All-American on vault … Missed nine meets with an elbow injury suffered in week three and returned for postseason, competing on vault at Pac-12 Championships and scoring 9.825 … Scored a career-best 9.8625 on vault at the NCAA semifinals to place seventh in session one … Tied for fourth on vault with Arkansas with a 9.825.

Club Member of the U.S. Senior National Team in 2014-15 ... Won the J.O. National all-around and vault championships in 2013 and 2012 ... Third on bars at the 2013 Level 10 Nationals and third on floor in 2012 ... Selected to compete at the 2014 Pan Am Games ... Placed seventh on floor at the 2014 P&G Championships ... Won gold on vault and floor and silver in the all-around at the 2014 American Classic ... First on vault and third in the all-around and on floor at the 2013 American Classic ... Trained at Gym-Max.

Personal Lists her greatest athletic thrills as winning the 2018 NCAA Championship with her team, making the U.S. National Team, and receiving a scholarship to UCLA ... Favorite apparatus are vault and floor ... Admires Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone and Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager ... Hobbies include spending time with friends, going to Dodger games, watching movies and baking ... Member of the Bruin Athletic Council … Parents: Denise and Edward Hano ... Has a younger sister, Joy ... Full name is Felicia Yukiye Hano ... Born in San Gabriel, Calif. ... Political Science major with a career interest in law enforcement/FBI.

Club Won team gold at the 2016 Olympic Games as a member of the Final Five and also captured a silver medal on the uneven bars ... Co-champion on uneven bars at the 2015 World Championships ... Won team gold at the 2015 and 2014 World Championships ... U.S. champion on uneven bars in 2015 and silver medalist in 2014 and 2016 ... Placed fifth in the all-around at the 2016 P&G Championships ... First in the all-around and on vault and uneven bars at her first senior national event, the 2013 American Classic ... Won team gold and uneven bars silver at the 2014 Pan American Championships ... Captured the uneven bars title at the 2014 City of Jesolo Trophy ... Six-time U.S. National Team member … Trained at WOGA.

Best Marks V - 9.925, 2x, last 3/13/18 UB - 9.025, 1/20/18 BB - 9.825, 1/20/18 FX - 10.00, 2/4/18 AA - 38.650, 1/20/18

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GYMNAST PROFILES AA - 39.625, 2x, last 2/25/17

Personal Career objective is to be a Pediatric Orthopedic Physician’s Assistant … Favorite apparatus is uneven bars … Full name is Madison Taylor Kocian … Born in Dallas, Texas … Parents: Thomas and Cindy Kocian … Has a younger brother, Ty … Chose to attend UCLA because the school offered a balance between the prestigious academics and the successful athletic program … Describes her greatest athletic thrills as getting the opportunity to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games and winning the 2018 NCAA Championship on the last routine of the meet … Lists Texas Rangers baseball player Adrian Beltre and Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps as athletes she admires … Hobbies include trying new coffee shops with friends and going to the beach … Serves as a team representative for UCLA’s Student-Athlete Mentor program … Psychology major.

GRACIE

KRAMER 5-3 / Junior San Clemente, Calif. JSerra Catholic HS Wildfire Gymnastics

Best Marks V - 9.875, 4x, last 4/14/17 UB - 10.0, 2/11/17 BB - 9.950, 2x, last 2/18/17 FX - 9.950, 3x, last 2/25/17

2018 Pac-12 honorable mention All-Academic … Scored 9.85 or higher on floor in 12 of 13 meets … Tied for second on floor with a 9.9 at the NCAA Regional … Tied for third vs. San Jose State with a 9.9 leadoff score … Recorded a career-best 9.95 on floor vs. Oregon State to tie for third place … Scored a then-career-high 9.9 on floor in the first two meets and earned her first career event victory, tying for first vs. Ohio State … Tied for third on floor at Metroplex and at Cal with 9.875s … Scored a season-high 9.85 on vault at Cal.

SAVANNAH

KOOYMAN

2017 One of just two Bruins to compete a 10.0-start value vault (Yurchenko 1.5), doing the vault four times in 10 meets … On her first attempt at the Yurchenko 1.5 against Stanford Feb. 11, she scored 9.925 to tie for second place … Also tied for second on vault vs. UNC with a 9.875 … Earned 9.825 on floor in an exhibition at ASU.

5-3 / Sophomore Laguna Hills, Calif. Aliso Viejo HS Precision Gymnastics

Club Won the Level 10 state all-around title in 2015 and the Region 1 vault championship ... Tied for second in the all-around and placed second on floor and beam at the 2015 J.O. NIT Championships ... In 2014, she won the J.O. NIT vault and beam titles, as well as the State vault title ... J.O. National qualifier in 2013 and the Region 1 beam champion ... All-around champion at the 2016 Heart of a Champion meet ... Scored a career-high 9.925 on vault to win the Gliders Invitational in 2016 ... Trained at Wildfire Gymnastics.

2018 Scored a career-high 9.875 on bars along with a 9.825 in her floor debut at Cal … In her competitive debut, delivered a clutch 9.825 routine on uneven bars in the anchor position at the Metroplex Challenge … Competed on bars at the Masters Classic.

Personal

Club

Favorite apparatus is vault ... Admires Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson ... Born into a surfing family and learned how to surf at a very young age ... Enjoys going to the beach with friends and playing beach volleyball with her younger brother and father ... Parents: Warren and Lorraine Kramer ... Has an older brother Ren and younger siblings Julia and Andrew ... Full name is Grace Catherine Kramer ... Born in Newport Beach, Calif. ... Sociology major who is interested in pursuing a career as a collegiate gymnastics coach.

Trained at Precision Gymnastics … Placed ninth in the all-around, sixth on bars and seventh on beam at the 2017 Region 1 Championships … Won the Level 10 State all-around, uneven bars and floor exercise titles in 2017 … In 2016, she placed sixth on floor at the Region 1 Championships and was third on floor, fourth on bars and eighth in the all-around at the State Championships … Won the all-around and beam at the 2016 Brestyan’s Invitational … Placed eighth in the all-around and seventh on bars and floor at the 2015 Junior Olympic NIT … Won the uneven bars title at the 2013 Level 10 State Championships.

Best Marks V - 9.925, 2/11/17 FX - 9.950, 2/25/18

Personal Lists her greatest athletic thrill as coming back from shoulder surgery and getting back on bars after being told by her doctor that she probably would not return to gymnastics … Admires Aly Raisman … Hobbies include spending time with friends and family and going to the beach … Favorite apparatus is uneven bars … Parents: Susie and Steve Kooyman … Has a younger brother, Sawyer … Full name is Savannah Shay Kooyman … Goes by Savi … Born in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. … Looking to major in Psychology … Has aspirations of becoming a physician assistant.

Best Marks UB - 9.875, 2/10/18 FX - 9.825, 2/10/18

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GYMNAST PROFILES

BRIELLE

KATELYN

NGUYEN

OHASHI

5-0 / Senior Tustin, Calif. Foothill HS / Univ. of Illinois Gym-Max

4-10 / Senior Seattle, Wash. Plano Senior HS WOGA

2018

2018

Hit a clutch beam routine under pressure at the NCAA Super Six, following a fall and scoring 9.875 to help the Bruins record a NCAA Championships and school record 49.750 to win the team title … Tied her career-high on beam with a 9.9 to tie for third at the Pac-12 Championships … Leadoff on beam for eight meets, where she tied her career-high of 9.9 vs. Oklahoma … Moved to the No. 3 spot on Mar. 11 at Stanford and scored 9.85 … Made her UCLA debut at Elevate the Stage, tying for second on beam with a leadoff 9.825.

NCAA floor exercise co-champion … Finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation on floor exercise … Scored three perfect 10s on floor in 2018 … First-team postseason and regular season All-American and All-Pac-12 on beam and floor … 2018 Pac-12 Specialist of the Year … Won floor at the NCAA Columbus Regional with a 9.925 and was second on beam with a 9.9 … Won a share of the Pac-12 floor exercise title with a 9.95 on her Michael Jackson floor routine that went viral with over 90 million views … Named Pac-12 Specialist of the Week for the second time this season after scoring her third perfect 10 of the year on floor and setting a career-high on bars with a 9.95 vs. San Jose State … Also named the UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week Mar. 20 … Scored 9.975 on beam, 9.95 on floor and 9.875 on bars at Stanford … Captured her fourth consecutive floor title with a 9.95 at the Masters Classic and also tied for second on beam with a 9.9 … Scored her second perfect 10 of the year on floor against Oregon State and also won beam with a season-best 9.975 and placed second in the all-around with a career-high 39.575 … Pac-12 Specialist of the Week for Feb. 20 after winning beam (9.925) and floor (9.975) and tying for second with a season-high 9.9 on bars against Utah … Tied for first on beam with a 9.95 at Cal … Scored her first perfect 10 on floor vs. Oklahoma … Earned career-highs of 9.875 on vault and 9.925 on floor to finish in the Top 3 at the Metroplex Challenge … Competed all-around for the first time in two years at Arizona and won with a career-high 39.450.

2017 (Illinois) Received second-team All-Big Ten honors … Received team’s Most Improved Gymnast award … Earned her first career individual event title during the season opener at Missouri, scoring 9.875 on beam … Hit a career-high 9.900 on beam against Minnesota and at Iowa … Hit a career-best 9.900 on floor at the B1G Five Meet, where the Illini recorded the program’s second-highest team score on floor … Competed in all 14 meets on beam and floor, helping Illinois hit the program’s third, fifth, seventh and 10th-highest scores on beam during the season.

2016 (Illinois) Hit her season-high floor score of 9.850 at the State of Illinois Classic … Did not score below 9.700 in her five routines on floor … Recorded her season-best beam score of 9.75 at the NCAA Regional … Made her collegiate debut on beam against Rutgers, scoring 9.550.

2017 First-team postseason and regular season All-American on balance beam … Finished the regular season ranked No. 1 on beam … First-team All-Pac-12 on beam, second-team on floor … Became the first Bruin ever to score consecutive perfect 10s on beam (Mar. 5 and Mar. 12) … Scored 9.95 on beam with a 10 from one of the six judges at the NCAA Super Six and 9.9125 in the semifinals … Received a perfect 10 on beam from one of four judges at Pac-12 Championships and finished with a 9.95, good for second-place … Earned her second-straight perfect 10 on beam on Mar. 12 vs. UNC and placed third on floor with a career-high-tying 9.925 … Scored her first perfect 10 on beam on Mar. 5 vs. Cal and also set a career-high 9.925 on floor to win the event and was subsequently named Pac-12 Specialist of the Week … Named Pac-12 Specialist of the Week after scoring 9.95 on beam and tied for first on floor with a 9.9 on Feb. 20 … Tied for first on beam at Utah with a 9.95 and added a 9.85 on floor … Scored a career-high 9.975 on beam to win against Stanford on Feb. 11 and also tied for third on floor with her second-straight score of 9.875 … Performed a backhandspring/backhandspring/layout full series on beam for the first time in a collegiate meet vs. Arkansas.

Club Won balance beam title at the 2014 Level 10 State Championships … Placed fifth on beam at the 2015 Level 10 Regionals after placing seventh the year prior … Finished sixth on beam at the 2015 Level 10 State meet … Trained at Gym-Max.

Personal Used to be a competitive ice skater … Wanted to attend UCLA to be part of a team culture that was associated with John Wooden’s ideas … Describes her greatest athletic thrill as seeing all of her teammates doing so well and placing second at the Big Ten Championships in 2017 … Hobbies include going to the beach and hiking … Lists beam and floor as her favorite apparatus … Parents: Quyen Hua and Hoa Nguyen … Full name is Brielle Nguyen ... Born in Newport Beach, Calif. … Sociology major.

Best Marks BB - 9.900, 4x, last 3/24/18 FX - 9.900, 3/11/17

2016 Second-team All-Pac-12 on balance beam … Named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week four times in the six weeks she competed in the regular season … Sat out four weeks with a small sternum fracture but came back to score 9.9 on beam in five meets, including at the NCAA Championships and NCAA Super Six … Recorded her third consecutive 9.9 on beam to tie for third place vs. Oklahoma … Won Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors for the second-straight week after scoring career-highs of 9.9 on both beam and floor vs. Stanford/Georgia … In her first meet back from injury, she won beam with a career-high 9.9 vs. ASU, en route to Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors … Named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week after winning the all-around and bars and setting career-highs on all four events (vault - 9.775, bars - 9.925, beam - 9.825, floor - 9.85) and the all-around (39.375) at Arizona … Named the Pac-12 Freshman of the Week Jan. 19 after scoring a career-high 9.9 on bars to tie for third and adding

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GYMNAST PROFILES

KENDAL

scores of 9.8 on beam and 9.825 on floor at Florida … Second in the all-around in the season opener vs. Alabama, scoring 38.625 thanks in part to scores of 9.8 on beam and 9.85 on floor.

POSTON

Club

5-0 / Sophomore Foothill Ranch, Calif. Trabuco Hills HS Azarian Gymnastics

2013 AT&T American Cup all-around champion … Won a total of four gold medals, a silver and a bronze at the City of Jesolo Trophy in 2012 and 2011 … Dominated at the 2012 Pacific Rim Championships, winning team, all-around, bars, beam and floor gold in the junior division … Won bars and placed eighth on beam at the 2012 Secret U.S. Classic … Won the junior all-around bars, beam and floor titles at the 2011 U.S. Championships … First on bars, second on beam, third in the all-around and fifth on vault at the 2011 CoverGirl Classic … Captured second in the all-around and first on bars at the 2010 U.S. Championships … Placed second in the all-around and on floor at the 2010 CoverGirl Classic … Competing at Level 10 in 2015 and placed second on vault and beam at the State Championships … Trained at WOGA.

2018 Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association Scholastic All-American … Performed an exhibition on floor at Cal in her UCLA debut.

Personal Describes her greatest athletic thrill as representing Team USA at the American Cup and Pacific Rim Championships and winning the 2018 national championship … Lists Muhammad Ali as the athlete she most admires … Hobbies include writing, poetry, photography, shopping, working with homeless shelters, and going to the beach … Full name is Katelyn Michelle Ohashi … Parents: Richard and Diana Ohashi … Has three older brothers, Ryan, Kyle and Kalen … Born in Seattle, Wash. … Gender Studies major.

Club Qualified for the JO National Championships in 2017 and 2016 … Placed second on beam, third on floor and fourth in the all-around at the 2017 Region 1 Championships … In 2016, she was runner-up on vault and earned a fourth-place finish on bars at the 2016 Region 1 Championships … Won the beam title and was runner-up in the all-around and vault at the 2016 State meet … Captured State titles on vault and beam in 2014 and placed second on beam, third in the all-around and fourth on bars … Four-year team captain at Azarian Gymnastics.

Best Marks V - 9.875, 2x, last 1/27/18 UB - 9.950, 3/13/18 BB - 10.00, 2x, last 3/12/17 FX - 10.00, 3x, last 3/13/18 AA - 39.575, 2/25/18

Personal Lists her greatest athletic thrill as qualifying to Nationals twice … Admires surfer Bethany Hamilton and hockey player Pavel Datzyuk … Hobbies include hiking, going to the beach, listening to music and reading … Used to play baseball on an all-boys team because she was too competitive to play on the softball team … Favorite apparatus is balance beam … Parents: Erick and Michele Poston … Has a younger sister, Kady … Full name is Kendal Rae Poston … Born in Mission Viejo, Calif. … Hopes to major in business-economics and has aspirations of entering the business world.

GIULIANNA

PINO

Best Marks

5-2 / Junior Miami, Fla. Gulliver Preparatory Universal Gymnastics

FX - 8.950 (ex.), 2/10/18

2018 Did not see action.

2017 Did not see action.

Club Became the first gymnast ever from Ecuador to compete in two World Cups and at the World Championships, doing so in 2015 ... Competed at the 2016 Pacific Rim Championships and the 2014 Pan American Games Qualifier ... Member of the Ecuadorian National Team since 2012 ... Competed at the Level 10 Region 8 Championships in 2014 ... Trained at Universal Gymnastics in Florida.

Personal Majoring in International Development Studies with minors in Film, Television, & Digital Media and Entrepreneurship ... Career objective is to go into philanthropy with the sole purpose of making a difference in the world ... Currently works at the Artemis Agency, a philanthropic entertainment agency ... Hobbies include reading, going to the beach, listening to music, dancing and singing ... Is a 17th direct descendant from the Incas of Ecuador ... Favorite apparatus is beam ... Parents: Cynthia Azari and Antonio Pino ... Has an older brother Juan Antonio Pino and younger sisters Sophia and Daniela Azari ... Born in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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GYMNAST PROFILES

KYLA

by a UCLA gymnast in a single season since Tasha Schwikert had four in 2005 … Led UCLA with 18 individual event wins during the season (seven on bars, five on vault and beam, and one in the all-around) … Led the team with 13 scores of 9.95 or higher and 22 scores of 9.9 or higher … Won vault (9.875) and bars (9.975) and placed third on beam (9.925) vs. Cal … Won every event she competed against Arizona, tying for first on vault with a 9.85 and winning bars and beam with scores of 9.95 … Recorded her first perfect 10 on beam and third overall perfect 10 at UCLA’s Feb. 20 tri-meet and also won the all-around (39.225) and vault (9.9) … Scored her second perfect 10 of the season on bars at Utah … Won beam with a then-career-high 9.975 and vault with a career-high-tying 9.925 at ASU … Scored the nation’s first perfect 10 of the season on uneven bars at Oregon State Jan. 28, won vault with a career-high 9.925 and tied for fourth on beam with a career-high 9.85 … Earned Pac-12 Freshman and Specialist of the Week honors Jan. 31 after her perfect 10 performance and was also voted UCLA/ Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week … Picked up her second consecutive victory on bars, tying for first with a career-high 9.925 at Oklahoma. Also scored 9.85 on vault and 9.825 on beam … Tied for first on bars with a 9.875, placed third on vault with a 9.875 and scored 9.7 on beam in her collegiate debut vs. Arkansas.

ROSS 5-7 / Junior Aliso Viejo, Calif. Aliso Niguel HS Gym-Max

2018 Helped lead UCLA to the NCAA, Regional and Pac-12 titles … Earned first-team AllAmerica honors in the all-around, uneven bars and balance beam and second-team acclaim on floor exercise … Her 9.9875 on beam and 9.95 on uneven bars at the NCAA Team Final helped UCLA win the national title in dramatic fashion … Won the all-around in the first semifinal at the NCAA Championships with a score of 39.6375 and finished fourth overall … Second overall at the NCAA Championships on balance beam and third on uneven bars with a 9.95 … NCAA Columbus Regional bars and beam champion … Pac-12 all-around and uneven bars co-champion … First-team regular season All-American in the all-around and on bars … First-team All-Pac-12 in the all-around and on bars and second-team on vault and beam … Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic … Won bars for the fourth-straight meet with a 9.95 vs. San Jose State … Scored her first perfect 10 on the year with a 10.0 on bars at Stanford Mar. 11 … Also tied her career-high on floor with a 9.9 and tied for second place on vault with a stuck vault that scored 9.9 … Won all-around for the fourth time this season with a 39.575 at the Masters Classic … Also captured her sixth bars title with a 9.95 … Tied her career-high in the all-around with a meet-winning 39.7 and on floor with a 9.9 against Oregon State and also won vault (9.875) and bars (season-high 9.975) … Tied for first on bars with a 9.95 in her only event at Cal … Earned a career-high 39.7 in the all-around to win the Metroplex Challenge and also captured first on vault (career-high-tying 9.925) and bars (9.925) … Named Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week and UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week … Won bars for the secondstraight meet in her only performance at Arizona … Tied for first on bars with a 9.95 and tied her career-high on floor with a second-straight 9.9 at Elevate the Stage … Won the all-around with a 39.5 and tied for first on floor with a career-high 9.9 in the 2018 season opener and was named UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week.

Club 2012 Olympic gold medalist as a member of the Fierce Five ... Five-time World Championship medalist, winning team gold and all-around bronze in 2014 and silver in the all-around, uneven bars and balance beam in 2013 ... Awarded the Longines Prize for Elegance at the 2013 World Championships ... Captured a total of seven medals at the USA Championships, including gold on balance beam in 2013 and 2014 and uneven bars in 2013 ... Won silver in the all-around in 2013 and 2014 ... Earned five medals at the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships, winning team and balance beam gold and all-around, uneven bars and floor exercise silver ... Also won team and balance beam gold and all-around silver at the 2012 Pacific Rims ... Won the all-around at the 2010 Pan American Championships ... Two-time U.S. junior all-around champion (2009, 2010) ... Seven-year U.S. National Team member (four years at the senior level and three at the junior level) ... Trained at Gym-Max under coaches Jenny Zhang and Howie Liang.

Personal Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology major ... Career objective is to work in the industry of medical devices or pharmaceuticals ... Hobbies include going to the beach and exploring all the beautiful places Southern California has to offer ... Favorite apparatus is uneven bars ... Full name is Kyla Briana Ross ... Born in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Parents: Jason and Kiana Ross ... Has a younger sister, McKenna, who is a volleyball player at the University of Hawaii, and a younger brother, Kayne ... Father Jason played football and baseball at the University of Hawaii and went on to play minor league baseball ... Decided to attend UCLA because she loves how the school excels in both academics and athletics ... Describes her greatest athletic thrills as being able to represent the U.S. in the highest level of competition and battling back to win the 2018 national championship with her team.

2017 Made history by becoming the first female gymnast ever to win an Olympic, World and NCAA Championship … NCAA balance beam champion and uneven bars co-champion … Scored 9.9625 on beam at NCAA Championships to claim the title … Scored 9.95 on bars to finish in a six-way tie for first on bars … Earned a career-high 39.575 in the all-around in the NCAA semifinals to finish sixth overall … Received first-team postseason All-America honors in the all-around, bars and beam and regular season first-team All-America honors on bars and beam … Finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation on bars … Pac-12 Freshman of the Year … First-team All-Pac-12 on vault, bars and beam … Scored a total of four perfect 10s on the year, two each on bars and beam … Scored the first perfect 10 on beam in Pac-12 Championship history to become the Pac-12 beam champion … Her four perfect 10s were the most

Best Marks V - 9.925, 3x, last 1/27/18 UB - 10.00, 3x, last 3/11/18 BB - 10.00, 2x, last 3/8/17 FX - 9.900, 4x, last 3/11/18 AA - 39.700, 2x, last 2/25/18

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GYMNAST PROFILES

MERCEDEZ

2016 Tied for fourth on bars at Pac-12 Championships with a career-high 9.875 … Scored 9.875 on bars to place fourth against Oklahoma … Competed on bars and beam vs. Stanford/Georgia … Competed on beam for the first time Feb. 27 vs. ASU and tied for third place with a 9.825 … Hit a 9.875 on bars in an exhibition vs. ASU … Made her UCLA debut in an exhibition performance on bars at Arizona, scoring 9.75.

SANCHEZ 5-5 / Junior Agoura Hills, Calif. Agoura HS Matrix Gymnastics

Club Competed for Cyprus at the 2015 World Championships … All-around finalist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games … Competed at the 2015 European Games … Won the Australian Level 10 national vault and bars titles in 2015 and helped lead her Victorian State team to its second-straight team championship … Placed second in the allaround and vault at the 2014 national championships … Named the 2015 Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Award-winner for Sporting Excellence … Awarded the 2014 Senior Gymnast of the Year and Senior School Sports Achiever of the Year at Methodist Ladies College.

2018 Scored 9.675 in an exhibition bars performance at Cal.

2017

Personal

Exhibitioned on bars and beam Mar. 5 vs. Cal and scored 9.75 on each event. Trained at Matrix Gymnastics … Won the all-around, bars, beam and floor at the 2015 Copa Quetzal Level 10 competition in Guatemala … Level 10 Region 1 qualifier in 2016 and 2015 … Earned Top 5 finishes in the all-around, vault and beam at the 2014 Level 9 Western Championships … Finished fourth in the all-around, third on vault and fifth on bars and beam at the 2014 Level 9 Region 1 Championships.

Favorite apparatus are floor and vault … Lists her biggest athletic thrill as the Victorian State team winning the 2015 Australian National Championships … Admires Romanian gymnast Catalina Ponor … Hobbies include reading, swimming and listening to music … Speaks Greek … Full name is Stelutsa Savvidou … Parents: Professor John Roberts and Dr. Chrysanthi Savvidou … Born in Romania … Anthropology major and pre-med … Works in a research lab … Career objective of being an orthopedic surgeon or cardiothroacic surgeon.

Personal

Best Marks

Describes her greatest athletic thrill as traveling to the Copa Quetzal and winning the all-around in her father’s home country of Guatemala … Favorite apparatus is uneven bars … Admires Misty Copeland and Michael Jordan … Started in acro gymnastics and contortion before moving to artistic gymnastics at age 6 … Also did rhythmic gymnastics at a young age … Loves to dance, and her favorite style is contemporary … Parents: Rosemarie and Victor Sanchez … Has a younger sister, Valentina, and a baby brother, Liam … Full name is Mercedez Marie Sanchez … Born in Sherman Oaks, Calif. … Psychology major whose career interests lie in sports psychology and coaching gymnastics.

V - 9.800, 2x, last 2/25/17 UB - 9.900, 3x, last 3/12/17 BB - 9.825, 2/27/16 FX - 9.925, 2/11/17

Club

SARA

TAUBMAN

Best Marks

5-3 / Freshman Fairfax, Calif. Sir Francis Drake HS Head Over Heels

UB - 9.750 (ex.), 3/5/17 BB - 9.750 (ex.), 3/5/17

STELLA

SAVVIDOU Club

5-2 / Senior Melbourne, Australia Methodist Ladies College Methodist Ladies College Gymnastics Club

Three-time Level 10 regional qualifier … Earned a fourth-place finish on uneven bars at the 2018 Level 10 Regional Championships … Won beam and floor at the 2015 Regional Championships … Won the all-around, bars and floor at the 2015 Western Championships … Placed sixth in the all-around, fourth on bars and fifth on floor at the 2018 Level 10 State meet … Third on bars, fifth on beam and seventh in the all-around at the 2016 State Championships … Team captain at Head Over Heels.

Personal 2018

Favorite apparatus is uneven bars … Describes her greatest athletic thrills as helping her team win the Norcal state team title in 2015 and winning the Level 9 Western Championships … The athletes she admires are Sadiqua Bynum, Serena Williams and Shannon Miller … Chose UCLA for its superior academics and athletics … Hobbies include cooking, knitting, playing card games, hiking and surfing … Full name is Sara Adina Taubman … Parents: Romy and Perry Taubman … Has an older sister, Rachel, and a younger sister, Sophie … Both her grandparents and parents met at UCLA … Born in Tokyo, Japan ... Human Biology and Society major who has aspirations of becoming an orthopedic surgeon.

Sat out most of the season with a wrist injury … Performed a one-armed exhibition floor routine at Arizona, scoring 9.825.

2017 Competed on bars in all 14 meets … Scored a career-high-tying 9.9 on bars to place third in back-to-back meets vs. UNC and vs. Cal … Scored 9.8 on her first collegiate vault on Feb. 20 and matched that score on Feb. 25 … Recorded a career-high 9.9 on bars at Utah … Scored a new career-high of 9.925 on floor to place second vs. Stanford and also tied her career-best on bars with a 9.875 … Recorded a pair of 9.8s at ASU on bars and floor … Scored a then-career-high 9.7 on floor and added a 9.8 on bars at Oregon State … Earned fourth place on bars vs. Arkansas with a 9.85. 15


GYMNAST PROFILES with a 9.925 to place third at both Stanford and at the Masters Classic … Scored a career-high 9.925 on vault vs. Utah … Earned a career-high 9.9 on vault at Cal to tie for third place … Scored a career-high 9.925 on floor vs. Oklahoma … Third on floor at Metroplex with a 9.875 … Won floor with a 9.9 at Arizona … Recorded career-highs on vault (9.875) and floor (9.9) at Elevate the Stage … Won vault in her collegiate debut, scoring 9.85 vs. Ohio State.

MACY

TORONJO 4-11 / Senior Huntsville, Texas Coppell HS Texas Dreams

Club Two-time German National vault champion (2017 and 2016) … Bronze medalist on floor at the 2016 German National Championship … Won silver on vault and bronze on floor exercise at the 2015 German National Championships … Helped Germany qualify for the 2016 Olympic games with a second-place team finish at the Olympic Test Event and was selected as an Olympic alternate … Competed for Germany at the 2015 World Championships … All-around finalist at the 2015 European Championships … Placed fifth on floor and 13th in the all-around at the 2017 World University Games … Trained at Kunstturn Region Karlsruhe.

2018 Did not compete due to injuries.

2017

Personal

Competed on floor in the last eight meets of the season … Earned a career-best 9.95 on floor vs. UNC, receiving a perfect 10 from one of the two judges, and placing second on the event … Scored a career-high 9.925 on floor Feb. 25, placing third … Competed for the first time on Feb. 20 and tied for first place on floor with a 9.9 … Scored 9.85 in an exhibition on beam at Oklahoma … Made her UCLA debut with an exhibition on beam vs. Arkansas … Overcame a rare eye disease (VKH disease) that caused temporary blindness and limited her training in the preseason.

Came to UCLA because of the combination of athletics and academics … Hobbies include discovering great places with friends, going on vacation with her family and having picnics … Favorite apparatus is floor exercise … Parents: Annette and Matthias Tratz … Has an older brother, Julius … Full name is Pauline Charlotte Tratz … Goes by Pulla or Pauli … Born in Karlsruhe, Germany … Undeclared major.

Best Marks V - 9.925,, 2x, last 3/13/18 FX - 9.925, 3x, last 3/11/18

2016 Did not compete after undergoing rotator cuff surgery.

Club Won the all-around and floor and placed third on beam, fourth on vault and fifth on bars at the 2015 Level 10 National Championships … All-around and floor champion at the 2015 Region 3 Championships … Swept the all-around and all four events at the 2015 State Championships … Made her senior elite debut in 2014, placing eighth in the all-around and sixth on floor exercise at the P&G National Championships … Placed first in the all-around, bars and beam and second on floor at the 2014 American Classic … At the junior level in 2011, she won a bronze medal on floor and placed ninth in the all-around at the American Classic to qualify for the Visa National Championships … 2010 U.S. Challenge bars and floor champion … Trained at Texas Dreams Gymnastics under coaches Kim Zmeskal Burdette and Chris Burdette.

SEKAI

WRIGHT 5-6 / Freshman Paramount, Calif. American Gymnastics Academy Paramount HS

Personal Favorite apparatus is floor exercise … Describes her greatest athletic thrill as competing for UCLA on floor for the first time during her sophomore year … Her career interests lie within the film industry … Full name is Macy Elizabeth Toronjo … Parents: David and Talulla Toronjo … Has a younger brother, Will … Born in Conroe, Texas ... History major.

Club Three-time Level 10 National vault champion, winning the Senior E division in 2018, the Junior E division in 2016 and the Junior B division in 2015 … Won vault and floor at the 2018 Region 1 Championships … All-around and vault champion and floor runner-up at the 2018 State Championships … In 2017, she was runner-up on vault and seventh all-around … Won the Region 1 vault title and the State all-around, vault, and floor titles in 2017 … Region 1 vault champion and State beam champion in 2016 … Holds a career-best vault score of 9.975 … Trained at American Gymnastics Academy.

Best Marks BB - 9.850 (ex.), 1/15/17 FX - 9.950, 3/12/17

PAULINE

Personal

TRATZ

Lists her greatest athletic moment as being offered a full-ride scholarship to UCLA … Hobbies include singing and dancing … Favorite apparatus are vault and floor exercise … Mother: Penny Hambrick … Has four older siblings, Sabrina, Jordon, Jahlon and Jai … Full name is Sekai Anasjia Wright … Born in Paramount, Calif. … Undeclared major.

5-7 / Sophomore Karlsruhe, Germany Otto-Hahn Gymnasium Kunstturn Region Karlsruhe

2018 Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association Scholastic All-American … Second-team All-Pac-12 on floor … NCAA Columbus Regional vault co-champion … Tied her career-high on vault with a 9.925 vs. San Jose State … Tied her career-high on floor 16


2018 RESULTS AND BEST MARKS

UCLA won the 2018 Pac-12 Championship

2018 Results

2018 Best Marks

Date

Opponent

Result

Score

1/6

OHIO STATE

W

196.250-193.200

1/14

at Elevate the Stage - Reno

1st

197.200

1/20

at Arizona

W

197.300-195.750

1/27

at Metroplex Challenge

1st

197.625

Gymnast Dennis A. Glenn G. Glenn Hall Hano Honest Kocian Kooyman Kramer Lee Meraz Nguyen Ohashi Poston Ross Sanchez Savvidou Tratz Team

Utah (196.975), Washington (195.725), Stanford (195.350)

LSU (197.375), North Carolina State (195.825), Washington (196.525) 2/4

OKLAHOMA

W

197.950 - 198.050

2/10

at California

W

197.750 - 197.225

2/18

UTAH

L

197.425 - 197.550

2/25

OREGON STATE

W

198.075-196.525

3/4

at Masters Classic

1st

197.500

Iowa State (195.575), Kent State (194.700), Nebraska (197.175) 3/11

at Stanford

W

197.800-196.650

3/13

SAN JOSE STATE

W

198.275 - 194.850

3/24

at Pac-12 Championships

1st

197.500

4/7

at NCAA Columbus Regional

1st

197.650

4/20

at NCAA Semifinal 1

1st

197.5625

4/21

at NCAA Super Six

1st

198.0750

VAULT 9.950 9.900 – 9.975 9.925 – – – 9.850 – 9.800 – 9.875 – 9.925 – – 9.925 49.625

BARS 9.925 9.875 – – 9.025 9.900 9.9375 9.875 – 10.00 9.900 – 9.950 – 10.000 9.675 (ex.) – – 49.638

Boldface indicates gymnast’s collegiate career bests.

BOLDFACE CAPS indicate home meets.

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BEAM 9.875 9.900 9.950 – 9.825 – 9.925 – – 10.00 9.825 9.900 10.00 – 9.9875 – – – 49.750

FLOOR AA 9.975 39.425 – – – – 9.900 – 10.00 38.650 – – 9.925 – 9.825 – 9.950 – – – 9.900 – – – 10.00 39.575 8.950 (ex.) – 9.900 39.700 – – 9.825 (ex.) – 9.925 – 49.775 198.275


2018 MEET SUMMARIES

Meet 1 - Ohio State (Jan. 6)

Meet 4 - at Metroplex Challenge (Jan. 27)

UCLA shined on bars and floor in its 196.250-193.200 season-opening win over Ohio State. Kyla Ross won the all-around, scoring three 9.9s on her way to a 39.5 total. Christine Peng-Peng Lee won uneven bars with a 9.975 and balance beam with a 9.925. After a slow start that saw the Bruins count a fall on vault, UCLA rebounded with a 49.3 on bars and closed the meet with a show-stopping 49.425 on floor.

No. 4 UCLA remained undefeated, taking first place at the Metroplex Challenge with a season-high score of 197.625. The Bruins outscored No. 2 LSU (197.375), No. 14 Washington (196.525) and No. 28 North Carolina State (195.825). With the victories, UCLA head coach Valorie Kondos Field passed the 500 career victory threshold. Kyla Ross won the all-around with a career-high 39.7 and also won vault with a 9.925 and tied for first on bars with a 9.925. Christine Peng-Peng Lee scored her second career perfect 10 on beam, leading UCLA to a team season-high beam score of 49.625.

Vault - 48.500 Nia Dennis.................................9.775 (5t) Gracie Kramer ..........................9.150 (12) Kyla Ross ...................................9.800 (4) Pauline Tratz ...............................9.850 (1) Napualani Hall ..........................9.250 (11) Felicia Hano...............................9.850 (2t) Bars - 49.300 JaNay Honest ............................9.825 (3t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.900 (2) Sonya Meraz..............................9.750 (7t) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.775 (6) Nia Dennis.................................9.825 (3t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.975 (1)

Beam - 49.025 Nia Dennis..................................9.750 (5) Sonya Meraz.............................9.525 (11) Felicia Hano...............................9.725 (6t) Grace Glenn ..............................9.725 (6t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.900 (2) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.925 (1) Floor - 49.425 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.900 (1t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (1t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.875 (4t) Nia Dennis................................9.700 (10) Felicia Hano...............................9.875 (4t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.875 (4t)

Vault - 49.400 Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.875 (3t) Nia Dennis.................................9.875 (3t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.925 (1) Pauline Tratz ............................9.775 (17t) Napualani Hall ............................9.900 (2) Felicia Hano...............................9.825 (9t) Bars - 49.200 JaNay Honest ...........................9.750 (20) Nia Dennis.................................9.825 (9t) Katelyn Ohashi..........................9.550 (22) Kyla Ross ..................................9.925 (1t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.875 (4t) Savannah Kooyman....................9.825 (9t)

Meet 2 - at Elevate the Stage Reno (Jan. 14)

Meet 5 - Oklahoma (Feb. 4)

UCLA took first place at Elevate the Stage - Reno with a score of 197.200. Utah placed second with 196.975, followed by Washington with 195.625 and Stanford with 195.350. The Bruins scored 49.4 on floor exercise and vault and clinched the meet with a 49.375 on uneven bars in the final rotation, led by Kyla Ross’s 9.95 and Christine Peng-Peng Lee’s 9.925. Vault - 49.400 Sonya Meraz............................9.800 (17t) Nia Dennis...............................9.850 (10t) Napualani Hall ...........................9.900 (3t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (6t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.875 (6t) Felicia Hano...............................9.900 (3t) Bars - 49.375 JaNay Honest .............................9.850 (8) Nia Dennis.................................9.825 (9t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.825 (9t) Katelyn Ohashi..........................9.175 (22) Kyla Ross ..................................9.950 (1t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.925 (3)

No. 4 UCLA set another season-high, scoring 197.950, but it wasn’t enough to defeat No. 1 Oklahoma, who won by one-tenth of a point with a score of 198.050. The two teams combined for six perfect 10s, including four in a row between the two teams in the final rotation. UCLA led after one rotation thanks to a season-high vault total of 49.5. The Sooners regained the lead after rotation two, but the Bruins evened it up after scoring 49.525 on beam in rotation three. The meet came down to the final competitors, and Maggie Nichols’ perfect 10 on beam clinched the win for the Sooners.

Beam - 49.025 Brielle Nguyen ...........................9.825 (2t) Nia Dennis...............................9.750 (12t) Grace Glenn ............................9.750 (12t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.825 (2t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.800 (7t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.825 (2t) Floor - 49.400 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.900 (4t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (4t) Katelyn Ohashi.........................9.825 (11t) Nia Dennis...............................9.800 (15t) Felicia Hano...............................9.875 (7t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.900 (4t)

Vault - 49.500 Katelyn Ohashi..........................9.775 (11) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.850 (8t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (5t) Nia Dennis..................................9.925 (4) Napualani Hall ............................9.950 (3) Felicia Hano................................9.875 (7) Bars - 49.250 JaNay Honest .............................9.825 (7) Nia Dennis.................................9.800 (8t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.800 (8t) Katelyn Ohashi..........................9.075 (12) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.900 (4t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.925 (3)

Meet 3 - at Arizona (Jan. 28) UCLA showcased its depth in a 197.300-195.750 victory at Arizona. Competing 13 gymnasts, along with three others who had strong performances in exhibition, the Bruins totaled 11 careerhigh scores and had an event winner in all four events. Katelyn Ohashi won the all-around with a career-high 39.45, scoring a career-best 9.875 on vault and season-highs of 9.9 on bars and 9.95 on beam. Vault - 49.300 Sonya Meraz..............................9.800 (5t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.875 (2t) Nia Dennis..................................9.850 (4) Napualani Hall ...........................9.875 (2t) Pauline Tratz ...............................9.775 (8) Felicia Hano................................9.900 (1) Bars - 49.250 JaNay Honest ............................9.775 (9t) Nia Dennis.................................9.875 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.900 (2) Felicia Hano..............................9.025 (12) Kyla Ross ...................................9.925 (1) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.775 (9t)

Beam - 49.625 Brielle Nguyen .........................9.825 (15t) Madison Kocian .........................9.875 (6t) Grace Glenn ..............................9.900 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.875 (6t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.975 (2) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................10.00 (1) Floor - 49.400 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.875 (3t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.850 (9t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.925 (2) Nia Dennis.................................9.850 (9t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.875 (3t)

Beam - 49.525 Brielle Nguyen ............................9.900 (7) Madison Kocian .........................9.850 (8t) Grace Glenn .............................9.750 (11) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.925 (6) Kyla Ross ..................................9.850 (8t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................10.00 (1t) Floor - 49.675 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.875 (6t) Nia Dennis.................................9.875 (6t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (6t) Felicia Hano...............................10.00 (1t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................10.00 (1t) Pauline Tratz ...............................9.925 (4)

Beam - 49.525 Brielle Nguyen ............................9.850 (5) Grace Glenn ..............................9.950 (1t) Felicia Hano...............................9.825 (6t) Madison Kocian ........................9.225 (11) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.950 (1t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.950 (1t) Floor - 49.225 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.850 (4t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.850 (4t) Nia Dennis................................9.625 (12) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.725 (9) Felicia Hano...............................9.900 (1t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.900 (1t)

UCLA and Oklahoma supporting each other and all survivors at the Together We Rise meet

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2018 MEET SUMMARIES

Meet 6 - at California (Feb. 10)

Meet 9 - at Masters Classic (Mar. 4)

UCLA showed just how deep its lineup is, competing a season-high 15 gymnasts and resting some standouts yet still scoring 197.750 in a dual meet victory at California. The Golden Bears had a strong meet of their own, scoring a season-high 197.225. Senior Napualani Hall won vault (9.95) and floor (9.9) with career-high scores. Freshman Savannah Kooyman and redshirt freshman Anna Glenn made their collegiate debuts on floor and vault, respectively. The Bruins scored 49.525 on beam despite resting NCAA champion Kyla Ross and top-ranked Christine Peng-Peng Lee.

UCLA won the Masters Classic title with a score of 197.500, outscoring host Nebraska (197.175), Iowa State (195.575) and Kent State (194.700) to become the first visiting team in 25 years to win the tournament. The Bruins earned nine scores of 9.9 or better, including first-place scores of 9.95 from Kyla Ross on uneven bars, Christine Peng-Peng Lee on balance beam and Felicia Hano and Katelyn Ohashi on floor exercise. Ross won the all-around with a 39.575. UCLA set a new meet record on uneven bars with a 49.475 and tied the meet record on floor with a 49.575.

Vault - 49.425 Anna Glenn.............................. 9.800 (12) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.900 (3t) Nia Dennis...............................9.825 (10t) Napualani Hall ............................9.950 (1) Felicia Hano...............................9.900 (3t) Gracie Gramer ...........................9.850 (7t) Bars - 49.525 Nia Dennis.................................9.900 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.850 (6t) JaNay Honest ............................9.850 (6t) Savannah Kooyman.....................9.875 (5) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.950 (1t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.950 (1t)

Vault - 49.050 Anna Glenn ................................9.875 (4) Nia Dennis..................................9.825 (9) Pauline Tratz .............................9.150 (24) Kyla Ross ..................................9.850 (5t) Felicia Hano...............................9.850 (5t) Napualani Hall ..........................9.650 (21) Bars - 49.475 Nia Dennis.................................9.875 (5t) JaNay Honest ............................9.875 (5t) Savannah Kooyman...................9.700 (21) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.850 (9t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.925 (2) Kyla Ross ...................................9.950 (1)

Beam - 49.525 Brielle Nguyen ..........................9.800 (12) Nia Dennis..................................9.875 (6) Madison Kocian .........................9.925 (3t) Grace Glenn ..............................9.950 (1t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.950 (1t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.825 (9t) Floor - 49.275 Gracie Kramer ...........................9.875 (3t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.850 (5t) Savannah Kooyman....................9.825 (7t) Napualani Hall ...........................9.900 (1t) Nia Dennis.................................9.825 (7t)

Beam - 49.400 Brielle Nguyen .........................9.750 (12t) Madison Kocian .......................9.750 (12t) Grace Glenn ..............................9.900 (2t) Katelyn Ohashi............................9.900(2t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (2t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.950 (1) Floor - 49.575 Madison Kocian .........................9.875 (5t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (5t) Nia Dennis.................................9.850 (9t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.925 (3t) Felicia Hano...............................9.950 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi ...........................9.950 (1)

Meet 7 - at Utah (Feb. 18)

Meet 10 - at Stanford (Mar. 11)

Out-of-bounds deductions on floor exercise in the final rotation cost No. 2 UCLA in a 197.550197.425 dual meet loss to No. 3 Utah. Strong leadoff performances gave UCLA the edge in the first half of the meet, as Nia Dennis posted career-high numbers to start on both vault and floor, but Utah pulled even after the third rotation. Utah hit six-for-six, scoring 49.4 on beam, but the Bruins had three of its first four gymnasts step out of bounds on floor, dropping their total to 49.275.

UCLA posted its highest away score of the season, defeating Stanford, 197.800-196.650. The Bruins overcame a slow start on bars, rebounding with a pair of perfect 10s by Christine PengPeng Lee and Kyla Ross. UCLA maintained that momentum on vault in rotation two, starting with a 9.9 by Nia Dennis and a pair of stuck vaults by Anna Glenn (9.85) and Ross (9.9), leading to a 49.375. Five Bruins scored 9.9 or higher on floor exercise, led by Katelyn Ohashi’s 9.95 and Madison Kocian’s 9.925, for a team total of 49.6, and the Bruins closed on beam with a 49.575, thanks to a 9.975 from Ohashi and another perfect 10 by Lee.

Vault - 49.450 Nia Dennis.................................9.950 (1t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.925 (3t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.850 (7t) Napualani Hall ............................9.300 (1) Felicia Hano...............................9.925 (3t) Anna Glenn ...............................9.800 (8t) Bars - 49.300 Nia Dennis..................................9.925 (1) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.900 (2t) JaNay Honest ............................9.800 (9t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.800 (9t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.875 (5) Sonya Meraz.............................9.125 (12)

Beam - 49.400 Brielle Nguyen ...........................9.825 (9t) Madison Kocian ..........................9.900 (4) Grace Glenn ..............................9.875 (5t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.925 (1t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (5t) Peng-Peng Lee .........................9.800 (11) Floor - 49.275 Gracie Kramer ..........................9.675 (10) Nia Dennis................................9.625 (11) Kyla Ross ...................................9.875 (7) Pauline Tratz ...............................9.775 (9) Felicia Hano...............................9.975 (1t) Katelyn Ohashi ..........................9.975 (1t)

Vault - 49.375 Nia Dennis.................................9.900 (2t) Anna Glenn ...............................9.850 (5t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.825 (7t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (2t) Felicia Hano................................9.875 (4) Napualani Hall ...........................9.850 (5t) Bars - 49.250 Nia Dennis................................9.300 (10) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.875 (4t) JaNay Honest ............................9.850 (6t) Anna Glenn.................................9.525 (9) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................10.00 (1t) Kyla Ross ..................................10.00 (1t)

Meet 8 - Oregon State (Feb. 25) UCLA put on a clinic on balance beam and floor exercise in the final two rotations en route to a season-high total of 198.075 in a dual meet win over No. 8 Oregon State, who scored 196.525. The Bruins tied their school record on beam with a 49.725 and posted the third-highest floor total in school history with a 49.775. UCLA flirted with perfection all meet, with four scores of 9.975 by Kyla Ross on bars, Katelyn Ohashi and Christine Peng-Peng Lee on beam and Nia Dennis on floor. The very last competitor, however could not be denied. Ohashi’s 10.0 on floor pushed UCLA past the 198 barrier for the first time this season. Vault - 49.125 Anna Glenn .............................9.750 (11t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.800 (5t) Nia Dennis..................................9.825 (4) Kyla Ross ..................................9.875 (1t) Napualani Hall ...........................9.875 (1t) Felicia Hano.............................9.750 (11t) Bars - 49.450 Nia Dennis..................................9.900 (2) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.800 (9t) JaNay Honest .............................9.825 (8) Anna Glenn................................9.875 (3t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.875 (3t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.975 (1)

Beam - 49.725 Brielle Nguyen ..........................9.150 (12) Madison Kocian ..........................9.875 (5) Grace Glenn ..............................9.950 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.975 (1t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.950 (3t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.975 (1t) Floor - 49.775 Madison Kocian .........................9.900 (5t) Gracie Kramer ...........................9.950 (3t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (5t) Nia Dennis..................................9.975 (2) Felicia Hano...............................9.950 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi ...........................10.00 (1)

Kyla Ross and Christine Peng-Peng Lee

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Beam - 49.575 Grace Glenn ...............................9.925 (3) Madison Kocian .........................9.825 (9t) Brielle Nguyen ............................9.850 (8) Katelyn Ohashi.............................9.975(2) Kyla Ross ..................................9.825 (9t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................10.00 (1) Floor - 49.600 Madison Kocian .........................9.925 (3t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (5t) Nia Dennis.................................9.900 (5t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.925 (3t) Felicia Hano...............................9.875 (8t) Katelyn Ohashi ...........................9.950 (2)


2018 MEET SUMMARIES

Meet 11 - San Jose State (Mar. 13) No. 3 UCLA closed the regular season with an emphatic 198.275-194.850 victory over San Jose State on Senior Night in Pauley Pavilion. Bruin seniors Christine Peng-Peng Lee, Sonya Meraz, Napualani Hall and JaNay Honest all scored 9.9 or higher on their routines in their farewell performance at home, and junior Katelyn Ohashi ended the competition with her third perfect 10 on floor exercise. The Bruins’ 198.275 team score was its highest since scoring 198.325 on Mar 7, 2004, and they earned season-high marks on vault and bars with identical scores of 49.625. Vault - 49.625 Nia Dennis..................................9.875 (7) Anna Glenn ...............................9.900 (4t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.925 (2t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (4t) Felicia Hano...............................9.925 (2t) Napualani Hall ............................9.975 (1) Bars - 49.625 Nia Dennis..................................9.825 (6) JaNay Honest ............................9.900 (4t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.900 (4t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.950 (1t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.925 (3) Kyla Ross ..................................9.950 (1t)

Beam - 49.475 Grace Glenn ..............................9.900 (2t) Madison Kocian ..........................9.875 (4) Anna Glenn................................9.900 (2t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.850 (5t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.850 (5t) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................9.950 (1) Floor - 49.550 Madison Kocian ..........................9.800 (6) Gracie Kramer ...........................9.900 (3t) Sonya Meraz..............................9.900 (3t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.775 (7t) Felicia Hano................................9.950 (2) Katelyn Ohashi ...........................10.00 (1)

Felicia Hano

Meet 12 - Pac-12 Championships (Mar. 24)

Meet 14 - NCAA Semifinals (Apr. 20)

UCLA used a strong second half to win its 18th Pac-12 Gymnastics championship, outscoring defending champion Utah, 197.500-197.350. The Bruins overcame a nearly disastrous uneven bars rotation, roaring back on balance beam with a 49.600 and then clinching the victory with a 49.475 on floor exercise in the final rotation. Kyla Ross won a share of the all-around and uneven bars title. Christine Peng-Peng Lee won balance beam with her fourth perfect 10 on beam this season. Katelyn Ohashi closed the meet with a 9.95 performance that got her a share of the floor exercise title.

UCLA took first place in the first semifinal of the NCAA Championships, qualifying for the NCAA Super Six for the 21st time in school history. The Bruins went 24-for-24 in the meet and totaled 197.5625 to outscore second-place LSU (197.4750) and third-place Nebraska (197.0125). The Bruins were led by three gymnasts who finished the first session as event leaders - all-around and uneven bars leader Kyla Ross, balance beam leader and eventual champion Christine Peng-Peng Lee, and floor exercise leader and NCAA co-champion Katelyn Ohashi. Additionally six other Bruins made their NCAA Championships debuts - Pauline Tratz, Nia Dennis, Anna Glenn, Grace Glenn, Brielle Nguyen and Gracie Kramer - and contributed big marks.

Vault - 49.275 Nia Dennis...............................9.825 (17t) Anna Glenn .............................9.800 (26t) Pauline Tratz ............................9.825 (17t) Kyla Ross ..................................9.900 (3t) Felicia Hano.............................9.850 (13t) Napualani Hall .........................9.875 (11t) Bars - 49.150 Nia Dennis...............................9.850 (11t) JaNay Honest ............................9.900 (4t) Sonya Meraz............................9.775 (31t) Katelyn Ohashi..........................9.650 (42) Peng-Peng Lee .........................9.425 (44) Kyla Ross ..................................9.975 (1t)

Beam - 49.600 Grace Glenn ..............................9.875 (9t) Madison Kocian .......................9.850 (17t) Brielle Nguyen ...........................9.900 (3t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.900 (3t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.925 (2) Peng-Peng Lee ...........................10.00 (1) Floor - 49.475 Madison Kocian .......................9.825 (21t) Gracie Kramer .........................9.850 (14t) Kyla Ross ................................9.875 (10t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.900 (4t) Felicia Hano...............................9.900 (4t) Katelyn Ohashi ..........................9.950 (1t)

Meet 13 - NCAA Regionals (Apr. 7)

Beam - 49.5375 Grace Glenn ..........................9.8375 (21t) Madison Kocian .....................9.8375 (21t) Brielle Nguyen .......................9.8375 (21t) Katelyn Ohashi.........................9.9250 (1t) Kyla Ross .................................9.9500(1t) Peng-Peng Lee ........................9.9875 (1t)

Bars - 49.3750 Nia Dennis.............................9.8375 (26t) JaNay Honest ........................9.8625 (14t) Anna Glenn............................9.8500 (17t) Madison Kocian .....................9.7750 (38t) Peng-Peng Lee .........................9.8750(9t) Kyla Ross .................................9.9500 (1)

Floor - 49.4625 Madison Kocian .....................9.8750 (10t) Gracie Kramer .......................9.8750 (10t) Kyla Ross .................................9.8875(6t) Pauline Tratz ..........................9.8625 (12t) Felicia Hano...........................9.7625 (33t) Katelyn Ohashi.......................... 9.9625 (1)

Meet 15 - NCAA Super Six (Apr. 21)

UCLA won its 23rd NCAA Regional Championship, taking first place at the NCAA Columbus Regional with a score of 197.650 to qualify to the NCAA Championships along with second-place Arkansas (196.675). The Bruins led wire-to-wire and got better and better with each rotation, scoring 49.375 on floor, 49.4 on vault, 49.5 on bars and 49.475 on beam. UCLA posted the top team score on every event and had an event winner on each, with Anna Glenn and Pauline Tratz tying for the vault victory, Kyla Ross winning bars and beam, and Katelyn Ohashi winning floor. Vault - 49.400 Nia Dennis.................................9.875 (5t) Anna Glenn ...............................9.900 (1t) Pauline Tratz ..............................9.900 (1t) Kyla Ross ................................9.825 (15t) Felicia Hano...............................9.875 (5t) Napualani Hall ...........................9.850 (8t) Bars - 49.500 Nia Dennis.................................9.900 (2t) JaNay Honest ..........................9.800 (24t) Anna Glenn................................9.875 (4t) Madison Kocian .........................9.875 (4t) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.875 (4t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.975 (1)

Vault - 49.1875 Nia Dennis.............................9.8125 (25t) Anna Glenn..............................9.8500 (9t) Pauline Tratz ............................9.8500 (9t) Kyla Ross ................................9.8500 (9t) Felicia Hano ..........................9.8250 (20t) Napualani Hall .......................9.8000( 31t)

Trailing two-time defending champion Oklahoma by .175 heading into the final rotation, UCLA turned in a performance for the ages, scoring an NCAA Championship record 49.75 on balance beam to earn the 2018 NCAA title. The win marked the seventh NCAA gymnastics championship for UCLA, as the Bruins ended the evening with an overall score of 198.075, unseating the Sooners by 0.0375. The championship was decided on the event’s final routine, where Christine Peng-Peng Lee needed to score at least a 9.975 to give UCLA the win. She went a step further, scoring a perfect 10 to secure the program’s first title since 2010. Prior to Lee’s performance, Kyla Ross kept UCLA in it with an impressive 9.9875. Lee, competing in her final collegiate meet, tallied two perfect 10s on the night, also scoring one on the uneven bars.

Beam - 49.475 Grace Glenn ..............................9.900 (2t) Madison Kocian .......................9.825 (11t) Brielle Nguyen ...........................9.850 (8t) Katelyn Ohashi...........................9.900 (2t) Kyla Ross ...................................9.950 (1) Peng-Peng Lee ..........................9.875 (6t) Floor - 49.375 Madison Kocian .......................9.850 (11t) Gracie Kramer ...........................9.900 (2t) Nia Dennis...............................9.775 (30t) Pauline Tratz ............................9.800 (23t) Felicia Hano...............................9.900 (2t) Katelyn Ohashi ...........................9.925 (1)

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Vault - 49.2250 Nia Dennis.....................................9.8375 Anna Glenn....................................9.8875 Pauline Tratz ..................................9.8250 Kyla Ross ......................................9.8000 Felicia Hano ..................................9.8000 Napualani Hall ...............................9.8750

Beam - 49.7500 Grace Glenn ..................................9.9375 Madison Kocian .............................9.2750 Brielle Nguyen ...............................9.8750 Katelyn Ohashi...............................9.9500 Kyla Ross ......................................9.9875 Peng-Peng Lee ............................10.0000

Bars - 49.6375 Nia Dennis.....................................9.8375 JaNay Honest ................................9.9000 Anna Glenn....................................9.8500 Madison Kocian .............................9.9375 Peng-Peng Lee ............................10.0000 Kyla Ross ......................................9.9500

Floor - 49.4625 Madison Kocian .............................9.8375 Gracie Kramer ...............................9.8875 Kyla Ross ......................................9.3125 Pauline Tratz ..................................9.8875 Felicia Hano...................................9.9000 Katelyn Ohashi...............................9.9500


NCAA TEAM CHAMPIONS

The 1997 Bruins (clockwise, l-r) - Susie Erickson, Carmen Tausend, Lena Degteva, Heidi Moneymaker, Deborah Mink, Amy Smith, Lisa Hiley, Kiralee Hayashi, Leah Homma, Luisa Portocarrero, Stella Umeh, Andrea Fong.

The 2000 Bruins (clockwise, l-r) - Carly Raab, Stephanie Johnson, Doni Thompson, Valerie Velasco, Onnie Willis, Malia Jones, Alison Stoner, Lindsey Dong, Mohini Bhardwaj, Lena Degteva, Kristin Parker, Amy Young, Heidi Moneymaker.

After being voted the pre-season No. 1, UCLA watched as Georgia assumed the role of favorites during the regular season. But when it counted the most, the Bruins proved they were worthy of their early ranking by winning their first-ever NCAA Championship.

It was a dream season for the 2000 UCLA Gymnastics Team. The Bruins started the season strong with school-record performances in the beginning of the year, and ended the season unstoppable as Pac-10, Regional and NCAA Champions.

1997

2000

UCLA’s national championship run began in earnest at the NCAA Regional meet. After impressive performances on floor (49.55), vault (49.5) and bars (49.4), UCLA had already reached 148+ with just beam to go and looked well on its way to another regional championship in a runaway. It wasn’t quite a runaway, as three Bruin falls on the beam made it interesting, but UCLA’s lead was so large that it didn’t matter. The Bruins placed first with a score of 197.025, .85 better than second-place Oregon State.

Before UCLA even began its competition at the Super Six Team Finals, the door had opened. As the Bruins were taking a first-rotation bye, Georgia was stumbling on beam, counting two falls to essentially take the Gym Dogs out of the running. The pressure then shifted to the Bruins, who would follow on the dreaded beam. But the Bruins were undaunted by the pressure. Leadoff competitor Susie Erickson hit a career-high 9.85 to start the ball rolling. A fall in the third position put a scare into the Bruins, but they rallied to hit their routines - Leah Homma for a 9.8, Luisa Portocarrero for a 9.825, and Stella Umeh with a spectacular 9.925 - to take themselves safely past the most nerve-racking event in the competition with a score of 49.2.

At the team preliminaries of the NCAA Championship, the Bruins were able to get back on their No. 1 nemesis right away, starting on the balance beam. UCLA conquered its demons, with all six gymnasts hitting their routines to give UCLA a 49.05 first-rotation score. From there, the Bruins cruised and ended up hitting 24 for 24 routines to take first place and easily qualify for the Super Six Team Finals.

UCLA entered its third event, vault, in third place behind Michigan and Arizona State. The Bruins improved their position with strong vaulting and moved into a tie with Michigan with one rotation remaining - UCLA on bars and Michigan on floor.

UCLA received another unfavorable draw for the Super Six, starting on floor and ending on a bye after beam. But this time, the Bruins drew upon their experience at their Regional meet and performed like champions, taking the lead early and never relinquishing it.

With Michigan faltering on floor, the Bruins needed a 49.25 to surpass ASU for the championship. Deborah Mink started with a 9.825. Kiralee Hayashi followed with a 9.85. Lena Degteva nailed a 9.875, and Umeh followed with a 9.925. Freshman Heidi Moneymaker needed just a 9.775 to clinch the championship and scored that and more with a 9.925. Homma’s 9.95 to close the competition punctuated the evening for the Bruins, who totaled a season-high 197.15, three-tenths better than ASU. The championship was the first ever for UCLA and the first for any school outside of Utah, Georgia or Alabama.

The Bruins set the tone right away, scoring a 49.375 on floor behind a leadoff score of 9.85 from Malia Jones and a pair of 9.9s from Mohini Bhardwaj and Heidi Moneymaker. In first place after rotation one, the Bruins then moved to vault, where they scored four 9.9s (Kristin Parker, Lena Degteva, Bhardwaj and Moneymaker) to account for a 49.45 and a seven-tenths lead. While the Bruins were on a bye in rotation three, Alabama closed to within four-tenths, and Nebraska pulled to within .425. Each subsequent Bruin routine would be critical. On bars, a 9.9 from Degteva and a 9.95 from Bhardwaj brought the Bruins a solid 49.35 score and kept their lead at seven-tenths ahead of Utah, but with the beam remaining. As the leadoff performer, freshman Doni Thompson gave the Bruins just what they needed - a career-high 9.8. Parker followed with a 9.775, Jones recorded a 9.75, and Moneymaker provided a 9.85. After Degteva dismounted with a 9.825, UCLA knew it had done all it could do to win the title. Bhardwaj capped the meet with a 9.875 and gave UCLA a second consecutive 24 for 24 performance. The Bruins spent the final rotation on a bye in the locker room and waited as the other schools tried to overtake their 197.3 final score. The closest competitors needed more than 49.725 (9.945 average) to tie. None of the teams came close, and UCLA won its second national title. UCLA continued its winning ways at the Individual Event Finals, as Bhardwaj won the uneven bars title, and Degteva won the balance beam crown. 21


NCAA TEAM CHAMPIONS

The 2001 Bruins (clockwise, l-r) - Mohini Bhardwaj, Malia Jones, Stephanie Johnson, Jamie Dantzscher, Jamie Williams, Doni Thompson, Kristin Parker, Carly Raab, Valerie Velasco, Kristen Maloney, Yvonne Tousek, Jeanette Antolin, Onnie Willis, Lindsey Dong.

The 2003 Bruins (back row, l-r) - Yvonne Tousek, Alyssa Beckerman, Jamie Williams, Carly Raab, Onnie Willis, Doni Thompson, Holly Murdock, Trishna Patel. (middle row, l-r) - Malia Jones, Kristin Parker, Jamie Dantzscher, Kristen Maloney, Christy Erickson. (front row, l-r) - Kate Richardson, Christie Tedmon, Jeanette Antolin.

The expectations for the 2001 Bruins were sky-high. After all, the Bruins were the defending NCAA Champions and had what was generally considered the most talented team in the history of collegiate gymnastics. But it took more than just talent for UCLA to reach the top of the podium at the NCAA Championships. A strong team commitment, team chemistry, depth, resiliency and a lot of heart brought the Bruins their second consecutive national title.

2001

2003

A year after a disappointing third-place finish at the NCAA Championships, UCLA reclaimed its status as the top program in the nation, winning the NCAA title for the third time in four years.

UCLA entered the NCAA Championships in Lincoln, Neb. as the favorite and got through stage one of the Championships by placing first at the preliminaries with a score of 196.95. The Bruins did have to count a fall on beam, leaving definite room for improvement in team finals.

The quest to repeat started off strongly after a 24-for-24 performance during the preliminary session. UCLA placed first in the afternoon session with a score of 197.625 to advance to the Super Six. Onnie Willis ended the afternoon as the all-around co-leader and saw her score stand during the evening session, making her UCLA’s first-ever NCAA all-around champion.

The Bruins were a resilient bunch in team finals. On three of the four events, UCLA had an early fall but never let it faze them, stepping up under pressure to throw out that low score.

With day one of the Championships over with, the Bruins went into the team finals wearing shirts that read “Win With Our Hearts”, and they proceeded to do just that.

Competing in the favored Olympic order, UCLA’s night got off to a slow start when the first vaulter fell. However, the rest of the team raised their game a notch and reeled off five straight dynamic vaults to close the set with a team total of 49.35.

The Bruins showed their heart early in the competition. During the first rotation, a fall from the first competitor put the pressure on early, but the team responded with three consecutive scores of 9.9+ to end the floor rotation with a .275 lead over Georgia.

UCLA suffered another fall on bars in its next rotation, but again, three straight scores of 9.9 or higher to close the set negated the fall and put the Bruins ahead by twotenths after two events.

The Bruins increased their lead on vault to .35 after totaling 49.45, thanks to three scores of 9.9 or higher.

On beam, where UCLA had suffered two falls in prelims, Bruin head coach Valorie Kondos Field employed a brilliant strategic move, putting in the extremely consistent Onnie Willis as the leadoff competitor. In her first ever leadoff performance, Willis was not only steady but spectacular, scoring a 9.925 to set the table perfectly for her teammates. UCLA reeled off scores of 9.9, 9.825, 9.85, 9.95 and 9.9 to earn a final team score of 49.525 and a .475 lead over second-place Georgia.

The lead evaporated to just one-tenth of a point when two of UCLA’s final three competitors on bars made costly errors, and with the Bruins’ final rotation being the dreaded balance beam, UCLA had to be flawless. And they were. As home team Georgia scored a 49.5 on vault, the Bruins matched them score for score. In the leadoff position, Doni Thompson put the winning wheels in motion by starting the set with a career-high 9.9. A fall from UCLA’s second competitor put the pressure on, but the Bruins responded and almost fed off the pressure.

Heading into the final rotation, UCLA held a three-tenths lead over Alabama and needed to score 48.85 on floor to overtake Georgia. Jeanette Antolin led off with a 9.85, and seniors Kristin Parker and Malia Jones capped off their careers with a 9.875 and 9.9, respectively. A fall by Kate Richardson put some pressure on the Bruins, but with Willis and Jamie Dantzscher on deck, there was little doubt they would respond like champions. Willis earned a 9.9, and Dantzscher clinched the victory by scoring a near-perfect 9.975, which gave UCLA a final total of 197.825, .55 higher than second-place Alabama.

Tousek followed with a career-high 9.95, Willis tied her career-high with a 9.9, and Maloney scored a 9.925 to set the stage for Bhardwaj. In familiar territory after having clinched the dual meet win against Georgia at home, Bhardwaj responded with a 9.9, well above the 9.75 she needed to move ahead of Georgia. The Bruins finished with a beam total of 49.575, the second-highest beam mark in school history, and an overall team total of 197.575, .175 ahead of Georgia.

Richardson and Dantzscher shared the uneven bars title at the Individual Event Finals, and Richardson took home the balance beam crown.

In addition to the team and all-around titles, Tousek won the uneven bars title, and Bhardwaj capped her career by winning the floor exercise championship.

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NCAA TEAM CHAMPIONS

The 2004 Bruins (back row, l-r) - Aimee Walker, Ashley Peckett, Holly Murdock, Ashley Martin, Michelle Selesky. (middle row, l-r) - Jamie Williams, Christie Tedmon, Lori Winn, Kisha Auld, Jennifer Sutton, Kate Richardson, Courtney Walker. (front row, l-r) - Trishna Patel, Yvonne Tousek, Kristen Maloney, Jamie Dantzscher, Jeanette Antolin, Christy Erickson.

The 2010 Bruins (back row, l-r) - Tauny Frattone, Tiffany Hyland, Lichelle Wong, Danielle Greig, Marci Bernholtz, Brittani McCullough, Courtney Shannon, Kaelie Baer, Aisha Gerber. (front row, l-r) - Allison Taylor, Vanessa Zamarripa, Talia Kushynski, Monique De La Torre, Anna Li, Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, Niki Tom, Mizuki Sato, Alyssa Pritchett.

As hosts of the NCAA Championships, the Bruins were looking for their fifth title but first on their home turf. The “Drive for Five” started in the preliminary session.

UCLA closed its near-perfect run in postseason competition with a dominating 24-for-24 performance at the NCAA Super Six Team Championships, winning its sixth NCAA title at the site of its first, Gainesville, FL. In the team finals, the Bruins hit every routine without any major mistakes and outscored their nearest competitor by nearly half a point, recording 197.725 to runner-up Oklahoma’s 197.25.

2004

2010

Typical of most of UCLA’s past championship years, the Bruins started the meet with a fall on their first routine on vault. But in true UCLA fashion, the Bruins picked themselves up and followed through with stellar performances to discount the low score. UCLA pulled away on uneven bars, scoring a 49.65 after counting five scores of 9.875 or higher, including a 9.975 from Jamie Dantzscher, and finished the session in first place with a score of 197.675.

The Bruins entered the Championships as the No. 1 seed after dominating performances at Pac-10s and Regionals. But going in as the favorite seemed to put a bit of extra weight on the team, who competed tight during its first two events at the NCAA Preliminaries. At the halfway mark, UCLA was tied for third but used meet-best scores of 49.375 on floor and 49.4 on vault to power ahead of the field in the final two rotations, finishing with a first-place mark of 196.875.

The Bruins started the Super Six Team Finals on floor, a less than desirable rotation order. For UCLA, however, that rotation order had seen them through NCAA titles in 2000 and 2001. The order proved to be good luck for the Bruins again, and they exceeded all expectations with a stunning record-breaking performance to keep the trophy in Westwood.

There was no tightness from the Bruins at the Super Six, where UCLA took the lead in rotation one and never relinquished it. The Bruins got off to a great start on vault in rotation one, scoring 49.475 on the strength of career-highs from Monique De La Torre (9.85 leadoff score) and Brittani McCullough (9.95) and a 9.925 from Vanessa Zamarripa. A 49.325 on uneven bars helped to maintain UCLA’s lead at the halfway mark, heading into beam, the team’s nemesis earlier in the season. The Bruins showed how far they had come from the beginning of the year, hitting all six routines for scores of 9.8 or better. Leadoff competitor Anna Li started with a 9.875, followed by a 9.9 from Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs. Niki Tom delivered another strong routine with a 9.8, followed by a 9.85 from Aisha Gerber and a 9.9 from Zamarripa. Mizuki Sato closed the set with a 9.85, bringing the Bruins’ beam score to 49.375 and their three-event total to 148.175, .275 ahead of Alabama and 49.1 points away from a sixth national title.

After an inconsistent regular season and a relatively shaky start to the post-season with a second-place showing at the Pac-10 Championships and a rocky final rotation at the Regionals, the Bruins picked the best time of the year to put in a near-perfect performance. They hit 24-for-24 routines, with 15 scores of 9.9 or higher and an NCAA Super Six record 198.125 final score. UCLA started the meet with a 49.525 on floor to take a slight .75 lead over Georgia and extended the lead to .225 after scoring a 49.525 on vault for a two-round total of 99.1. The Bruins pounded out a 49.425 on bars for a three-round total of 148.525. Georgia kept the pressure on, staying .525 behind. With the unenviable position of finishing the meet on a bye, the Bruins knew they had to score high on beam in rotation five before heading into the locker room. They did that and more, tallying a meet-high 49.6 and leaving it mathematically impossible for anyone to top their 198.125. Freshman Lori Winn kicked things off with a 9.875, and the Bruins never looked back. Christie Tedmon scored a 9.85, Jeanette Antolin and Kate Richardson stepped up with 9.95s, Yvonne Tousek scored a 9.9, and Kristen Maloney slammed the door shut with a 9.925.

On floor exercise in the final rotation, Tauny Frattone led off with one of her best performances of the year, scoring 9.875. After a 9.725 from Tom, Zamarripa and Li each hit 9.9s, leaving it up to McCullough or Hopfner-Hibbs to score 9.7 or better to clinch the title. McCullough had the first attempt and clinched it with a career-high tying 9.925. Hopfner-Hibbs’ 9.95 was just icing on the cake and helped bump the Bruins’ final floor total to a season-high 49.55 and its team final score to 197.725.

“This championship is especially special,” said UCLA head coach Valorie Kondos Field. “First of all, it wasn’t easy this year. We had to come out and work hard all season.”

The victories kept coming at Event Finals, where Zamarripa won the vault title and McCullough claimed the floor crown. Zamarripa averaged 9.925 on her two vaults, scoring 9.95 on a stuck Yurchenko layout full and 9.9 on a Yurchenko half on, front layout half, the most difficult vault done in the competition. McCullough earned a 10.0 from one of the six judges on her floor routine and finished with an average score of 9.9375, just above her career-high mark of 9.925.

“We may have lost meets early on, but we put our egos aside. We trained hard, and we eventually came out on top.”

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NCAA TEAM CHAMPIONS UCLA had closed the gap in the fifth rotation and entered the final event in third place, 0.175 behind the first-place Sooners, who finished up on uneven bars while the Bruins were on balance beam. Oklahoma earned three 9.9+ scores on bars and finished with a score of 49.5375 for a final team total of 198.0375. The Bruin beam team got off to a tremendous start with a 9.9375 leadoff score from Grace Glenn. Kocian ran into problems in the two spot with a fall and a score of 9.275, putting the pressure on everyone else to stay clean in order to drop that score. But rather than sinking under the pressure, the Bruins thrived. Brielle Nguyen, in her only routine of the night, followed Kocian’s fall with a 9.875. Katelyn Ohashi, who had won a share of the floor exercise title the night before, answered with a 9.95. Ross built off that and contributed a 9.9875, earning four of six perfect scores. It all came down to Lee in the final routine of the night. Although she and most of her teammates did not know at the time, Lee needed to score 9.975 on her final collegiate routine to clinch the victory. What came next was, simply-put, legendary. Lee hit every element of her routine perfectly, and when she stuck her dismount, she permanently etched her name in Bruin lore. As her teammates celebrated a terrific closing performance, the individual scores came up and signaled a perfect 10 for Lee, her 10th career perfect 10 and her second perfect 20 meet. Then the scoreboard team results updated, showing the Bruins at the top with a final team total of 198.075, just 0.0375 ahead of Oklahoma, setting off a second wave of jubilant celebration. UCLA’s NCAA Championship and school record total of 49.750 on the balance beam, of all events, earned the Bruins the title.

The 2018 Bruins (back row, l-r) - Grace Glenn, Felicia Hano, Katelyn Ohashi, Kyla Ross, Nia Dennis, Pauline Tratz, Matteah Brow, Gracie Kramer, Karli Dugas, Savannah Kooyman, Melissa Metcalf, Rechelle Dennis, Madison Kocian. (front row, kneeling, l-r) - Brielle Nguyen, JaNay Honest, Sonya Meraz, Christine Peng-Peng Lee, Napualani Hall, Anna Glenn.

2018

In one of the greatest comebacks in the history of NCAA competition, UCLA turned in a performance for the ages at the NCAA Super Six Team Final, using a NCAA Championship and school record balance beam score of 49.750 to take the title in St. Louis. The championship was UCLA’s seventh overall and first since 2010.

“I looked at the scoreboard, and I saw UCLA on top, and I am still in shock,” Lee said after the meet. “My tears have not come out yet. I said they’re still dancing and having a party in my eyeballs. They have not come out yet, but I’m still in shock about the whole thing. I’m shocked I’m here, shocked we have the trophy, and I couldn’t have asked for a better way to end with this team. Personally, I love this team so much and it’s been an incredible season.”

The odds of UCLA coming back from a 0.325 deficit at the halfway mark were slim. The Bruins had put up solid but not huge scores on their first two events and were wrapping up the meet on uneven bars and balance beam. After an average vault rotation that saw no scores over 9.9 and a team total of 49.2250, something needed to change. The Bruins had a bye in the fourth rotation and went into the locker room in fourth place, 0.325 behind the leaders, two-time defending champion Oklahoma.

“I’ve been doing this at UCLA for 35 years and I have said the last few months and have said repeatedly the last few weeks that in all of my time we’ve had tremendous teams and tremendous, not just athletes, but student-athletes and people,” said UCLA head coach Valorie Kondos Field. “Which is the reason I feel I have the greatest job in the world. But this team truly is the easiest team that I’ve ever coached. And that is because this time last year we said if we need, if we want a different result we’ve got to do things differently and what started that was me and our coaching staff just getting real with them about getting physically fit as you individually can get as making choices outside of the gym, those of a champion. And on and on and they did it. They decided to do it at literally last April, and they’ve been consistent with it, and because of that my job has been so easy this year. This truly is a dream team.”

Spurred on by an inspiring locker room speech by Associate Head Coach Chris Waller, who reminded the Bruins that they’ve been training like champions all year and that they “don’t quit under any circumstances”, UCLA regrouped and went all out in the final two rotations. On uneven bars, freshman Nia Dennis led off with a 9.8375. Senior JaNay Honest followed with a 9.9 and received a perfect 10 from one of the six judges, her first career perfect 10 score in her last-ever routine. After Anna Glenn’s 9.850, Madison Kocian stepped up for just her third uneven bars routine of the year after undergoing labrum surgery in August. Kocian had some struggles in her semifinal performance, scoring 9.775, but in the team final, she scored a season-high 9.9375. Sixth-year senior Christine Peng-Peng Lee was next and was sheer perfection. After hitting her difficult set and sticking her double layout dismount, she was rewarded justly with a perfect 10. Kyla Ross wrapped up the rotation with what looked to be another perfect set with emphatically-held handstands. She earned one perfect 10 score and a final total of 9.95, giving the Bruins a team total of 49.6375, the second-highest bars total in NCAA Championship history.

The Bruins and the national championship trophy Christine Peng-Peng Lee scored two perfect 10s

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UCLA AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2018 at St. Louis, Mo. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Oklahoma 3. Florida 4. LSU 5. Utah 6. Nebraska

198.0750 198.0375 197.78500 197.8375 196.9000 196.8000

Individual Events 1t. Kyla Ross (BB) 1. Kyla Ross (UB)

9.9500 9.9625

2017 at St. Louis, Mo. Team Standings 1. Oklahoma 2. LSU 3. Florida 4. UCLA 5. Utah 6. Alabama

198.3875 197.7375 197.7000 197.2625 196.5875 196.0000

Individual Events 1t. Kyla Ross (BB) 1. Kyla Ross (UB)

9.9500 9.9625

2016 at Fort Worth, Texas Team Standings 1. Oklahoma 2. LSU 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. UCLA 6. Georgia

197.6750 197.4500 197.4375 197.3500 196.8250 196.8125

Individual Events 1t. Danusia Francis (BB)

9.9500

2015 at Fort Worth, Texas Team Standings 1. Florida 2. Utah 3. Oklahoma 4. Alabama 5. Stanford 6. Auburn 11, UCLA

197.850 197.800 197.525 197.275 197.250 195.625 196.400 (prelims)

Individual Events 1t. Samantha Peszek (AA) 1. Samantha Peszek (BB) 9t. Samantha Peszek (FX)

39.600 9.9500 9.8875

2014 at Birmingham, Ala. Team Standings 1t. Florida 1t. Oklahoma 3. LSU 4. Alabama 5. Georgia 6. Nebraska 8. UCLA

198.175 198.175 197.600 197.550 197.100 196.500 197.000 (prelims)

Individual Events 4. Samantha Peszek (AA) 8. Olivia Courtney (V) 12. Samantha Peszek (UB)

39.575 9.8750 9.1000

2013 at Los Angeles, Calif. Team Standings 1. Florida 2. Oklahoma 3. Alabama

197.575 197.375 197.350

4. 5. 6.

UCLA LSU Georgia

197.100 197.050 196.675

Individual Events 3. Olivia Courtney (V) 4. Kaelie Baer (V) 5t. Vanessa Zamarripa (V) 22. Lichelle Wong (V) 8. Danusia Francis (BB) 11. Olivia Courtney (FX)

6. LSU 7. UCLA

Individual Events 3. Vanessa Zamarripa (AA) 4t. Ariana Berlin (AA) 7. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (AA) 8t. Vanessa Zamarripa (V) 5t. Ariana Berlin (UB) 11. Vanessa Zamarripa (BB) 6t. Vanessa Zamarripa (FX) 8. Brittani McCullough (FX)

9.9167 9.9083 9.9000 9.7833 9.3250 9.7750

2012 at Duluth, Ga. Team Standings 1. Alabama 2. Florida 3. UCLA 4. Stanford 5. Utah 6. Arkansas Individual Events 3. Olivia Courtney (UB) 5. Vanessa Zamarripa (UB) 6t. Aisha Gerber (UB) 7t. Samantha Peszek (BB) 11. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (BB) 2t. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (FX) 6t. Vanessa Zamarripa (FX)

Individual Events 5t. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (AA) 16. Brittani McCullough (V) 3t. Monique De La Torre (UB) 14. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (UB) 1. Samantha Peszek (BB) 2t. Aisha Gerber (BB) 2t. Brittani McCullough (FX)

Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Stanford 4. Florida 5. LSU 6. Alabama 7. UCLA

9.8875 9.8500 9.8250 9.8500 9.7750 9.9375 9.9000

Individual Events 7t. Vanessa Zamarripa (AA) 1. Vanessa Zamarripa (V) 8. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (V) 14. Anna Li (V) 7. Anna Li (UB) 1. Brittani McCullough (FX) 7t. Vanessa Zamarripa (FX)

39.600 9.5625 9.4500 9.9375 9.900 9.8125 9.9500

2007 at Salt Lake City, Utah

197.650 197.375 197.250 196.725 196.500 196.425

Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Florida 4. UCLA 5. Stanford 6. Nebraska

39.375 9.6125 9.8625 9.7500 9.900 9.8875 9.9000

Individual Events 4t. Anna Li (AA) 2t. Tasha Schwikert (UB) 9. Anna Li (BB)

197.850 197.250 197.225 196.925 196.825 195.975 39.400 9.9125 9.7875

2006 at Corvallis, Ore. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. Alabama 4. Florida 5. Nebraska 6. Iowa State

197.725 197.250 197.225 197.100 197.000 196.225

Individual Events 6. Kristina Comforte (AA) 2. Kristina Comforte (V) 3. Kate Richardson (V) 1. Kate Richardson (FX)

39.425 9.925 9.7813 9.6688 9.875 9.9375 9.875

197.750 196.800 196.725 196.275 196.175 194.725 39.400 9.9000 9.8313 9.9500

2005 at Auburn, Ala. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. UCLA 5. Michigan 6. Nebraska

2009 at Lincoln, Neb. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. Florida 5. Arkansas

197.450 197.125 196.750 196.700 196.350 196.125 196.725 (prelims)

Individual Events 1. Tasha Schwikert (AA) 8. Tasha Schwikert (V) 9. Kristina Comforte (V) 1. Tasha Schwikert (UB) 2t. Kristina Comforte (UB) 15. Anna Li (UB) 2. Tasha Schwikert (FX)

2010 Gainesville, Fla. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Oklahoma 3. Alabama 4. Stanford 5. Florida 6. Utah

39.575 39.525 39.475 9.7813 9.8875 9.7625 9.8625 9.8500

2008 at Athens, Ga.

197.850 197.775 197.750 197.500 197.375 196.300

2011 at Cleveland, Ohio Team Standings 1. Alabama 2 UCLA 3 Oklahoma 4 Nebraska 5 Utah 6 Michigan

196.375 196.625 (prelims)

197.875 197.575 197.425 196.725 196.475

Individual Events 1. Tasha Schwikert (AA) 2. Kristen Maloney (AA) 1. Kristen Maloney (V) 25

197.825 197.400 197.275 197.150 196.575 196.425 39.725 39.625 9.9375

3t. 1. 4. 5t. 11. 12.

Tasha Schwikert (UB) Kristen Maloney (BB) Kate Richardson (BB) Tasha Schwikert (BB) Kristen Maloney (FX) Kate Richardson (FX)

9.8875 9.9375 9.9000 9.8625 9.7625 9.3375

2004 at Los Angeles, Calif. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Georgia 3t. Alabama 3t. Stanford 5. Florida 6. Utah Individual Events 2t. Jeanette Antolin (AA) 4t. Kate Richardson (AA) 8t. Kristen Maloney (AA) 9. Kate Richardson (V) 2. Kristen Maloney (UB) 3. Kate Richardson (UB) 4t. Jeanette Antolin (UB) 12. Jamie Dantzscher (UB) 5. Yvonne Tousek (BB) 3t. Jeanette Antolin (FX)

198.125 197.200 197.125 197.125 196.800 195.775 39.600 39.575 39.525 9.5875 9.9375 9.900 9.8875 9.7375 9.875 9.900

2003 at Lincoln, Neb. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Nebraska 5. Michigan 6. Utah Individual Events 2. Jamie Dantzscher (AA) 3. Kate Richardson (AA) 2. Jamie Dantzscher (V) 5. Jeanette Antolin (V) 7. Onnie Willis (V) 1t. Jamie Dantzscher (UB) 1t. Kate Richardson (UB) 4t. Yvonne Tousek (UB) 4t. Jeanette Antolin (UB) 1. Kate Richardson (BB) 2. Jamie Dantzscher (FX) 5t. Kate Richardson (FX) 8. Onnie Willis (FX)

197.825 197.275 197.150 197.125 196.050 195.300 39.650 39.525 9.925 9.8815 9.8435 9.900 9.900 9.850 9.850 9.938 9.938 9.887 9.863

2002 at Tuscaloosa, Ala. Team Standings 1. Alabama 2. Georgia 3. UCLA 4. Utah 5. Nebraska 6. Stanford Individual Events 1. Jamie Dantzscher (AA) 8t. Onnie Willis (AA) 1. Jamie Dantzscher (V) 2. Doni Thompson (UB) 3. Onnie Willis (UB) 5t. Yvonne Tousek (UB) 5t. Jamie Dantzscher (UB) 7t. Alyssa Beckerman (BB) 13. Jamie Dantzscher (BB) 1t. Jamie Dantzscher (FX) 6t. Onnie Willis (FX)

197.575 197.250 197.150 196.950 196.425 196.025 39.675 39.425 9.9565 9.912 9.900 9.863 9.863 9.825 9.425 9.950 9.900


UCLA AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2001 at Athens, Ga. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Georgia 3. Michigan 4. Alabama 5. Nebraska 6. Utah

197.575 197.400 197.275 196.550 196.025 195.950

Individual Events 1t. Onnie Willis (AA) 3t. Mohini Bhardwaj (AA) 3t. Yvonne Tousek (AA) 4. Kristin Parker (V) 1. Yvonne Tousek (UB) 2. Onnie Willis (UB) 5. Mohini Bhardwaj (UB) 6t. Doni Thompson (UB) 3t. Kristen Maloney (BB) 10. Yvonne Tousek (BB) 11. Yvonne Tousek (BB) 1. Mohini Bhardwaj (FX) 2. Jamie Dantzscher (FX) 5. Onnie Willis (FX)

39.525 39.475 39.475 9.83125 9.938 9.912 9.887 9.850 9.900 9.750 9.6875 9.963 9.950 9.900

4t. Kiralee Hayashi (FX) 12. Heidi Moneymaker (FX)

9.850 9.450

1995 at Athens, Ga. Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Alabama Michigan 4. UCLA 5. Georgia 6. Oregon State

1998 at Los Angeles, Calif. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. Alabama 4. Utah 5. UCLA 6. Arizona State Individual Events 5. Kiralee Hayashi (AA) 8t. Heidi Moneymaker (AA) 7. Mohini Bhardwaj (V) 1. Heidi Moneymaker (UB) 4t. Mohini Bhardwaj (UB) 8t. Kiralee Hayashi (UB) 1t. Stella Umeh (FX)

197.725 196.350 196.300 196.025 195.750 195.450

Individual Events (Top 10) 3t. Stella Umeh (AA) 6t. Stella Umeh (UB) 9t. Leah Homma (UB) 2t. Stella Umeh (BB) 1t. Stella Umeh (FX) 6. Kareema Marrow (FX) 9t. Amy Smith (FX)

39.400 39.350 9.5625 9.950 9.850 9.775 9.950

Individual Events 2. Mohini Bhardwaj (AA) 4. Heidi Moneymaker (AA) 5. Lena Degteva (AA) 10. Kristin Parker (AA) 4. Heidi Moneymaker (V) 5. Onnie Willis (V) 5. Mohini Bhardwaj (V) 1. Mohini Bhardwaj (UB) 3. Lena Degteva (UB) 10. Heidi Moneymaker (UB) 1. Lena Degteva (BB) 2. Mohini Bhardwaj (BB) 5. Heidi Moneymaker (FX)

Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Michigan 5. UCLA 6. Florida

1999 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Alabama 4. Arizona State 5. UCLA 6. Nebraska Individual Events 3. Heidi Moneymaker (AA) 6t. Lena Degteva (AA) 10. Kiralee Hayashi (AA) 1. Heidi Moneymaker (V) 6. Luisa Portocarrero (V) 9. Lena Degteva (V) 13. Kiralee Hayashi (V) 4t. Lena Degteva (UB) 8t. Mohini Bhardwaj (UB) 12. Heidi Moneymaker (UB) 1t. Kiralee Hayashi (BB) 13t. Heidi Moneymaker (BB)

Individual Events (Top 10) 5. Kareema Marrow (AA) 9. Karen Nelson (V)

197.300 196.875 196.800 196.725 196.500 195.725 39.575 39.550 39.500 39.275 9.8375 9.8065 9.8065 9.950 9.888 9.325 9.913 9.900 9.875

196.850 196.550 195.950 195.900 195.850 194.800 39.550 39.375 39.300 9.8625 9.7750 9.7375 9.4750 9.900 9.875 9.375 9.900 9.200

39.400 9.850 9.325 9.900 9.950 9.900 9.850

1994 at Salt Lake City, Utah

2000 at Boise, Idaho Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Utah 3. Georgia 4. Nebraska 5. Alabama 6. Michigan

196.650 196.425 196.425 196.150 196.075 194.850

196.400 196.350 195.850 195.150 194.975 194.850 39.175 9.5375

1993 at Corvallis, Ore. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Alabama 3. Utah 4. UCLA 5. Auburn 6. Arizona Individual Events (Top 10) 10t. Kareema Marrow (AA) 7. Kareema Marrow (V) 6t. Carol Ulrich (BB) 9. Paula Rasmussen (BB)

1998 NCAA bars champion Heidi Moneymaker

1997 at Gainesville, Fla. Team Standings 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Georgia 4. Michigan 5. Florida 6. Nebraska Individual Events (Top 10) 4t. Leah Homma (AA) 5. Lena Degteva (V) 10. Amy Smith (V) 5. Leah Homma (BB) 8. Amy Smith (FX)

Individual Events (Top 10) 4t. Stella Umeh (UB) 2t. Stella Umeh (BB) 6. Luisa Portocarrero (BB)

39.10 9.7875 9.750 9.675

1992 at St. Paul, Minn. 197.150 196.850 196.600 196.500 196.425 195.250

Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Georgia 3. Alabama 4. Penn State 5. Arizona 6. Oregon State 7. Arizona State 8. California 9. UCLA 10. Stanford 11. Florida 12. BYU

39.425 9.8125 9.2375 9.825 9.800

1996 at Tuscaloosa, Ala. Team Standings 1. Alabama 2. UCLA 3. Georgia Utah 5. Oregon State 6. Michigan

198.000 196.825 195.825 194.925 194.725 194.075

195.650 194.600 193.350 192.775 191.950 191.375 191.025 190.725 189.825 189.100 188.725 187.775

1991 at Tuscaloosa, Ala. 198.025 197.475 196.775 196.775 196.525 196.375

Team Standings 1. Alabama 2. Utah 3. Georgia 4. Oregon State 5. Penn State 6. Florida 7. LSU 8. BYU 9. Arizona State

9.900 9.900 9.825 26

195.125 194.375 193.375 192.350 190.950 189.700 188.600 187.700 187.650

Auburn 11. Arizona 12. Utah State

187.650 187.475 185.950

1990 at Corvallis, Ore. Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. UCLA 5. Nebraska 6. LSU 7. Oregon State 8. Cal State Fullerton 9. Towson State 10. Florida Arizona 12. Ohio State Individual Events (Top 10) 5t. Carol Ulrich (AA) 5t. Jill Andrews (AA) 3. Jill Andrews (V) 2t. Carol Ulrich (BB)

194.900 194.575 193.225 193.100 192.225 192.100 189.950 189.700 187.975 187.175 187.175 183.650 38.950 38.950 9.825 9.825

1989 at Athens, Ga. Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. UCLA 3. Alabama 4. Nebraska 5. Utah 6. Cal State Fullerton 7. Arizona State Oregon State 9. Oklahoma 10. Florida 11. Arizona 12. Ohio State Individual Events (Top 10) 2t. Tanya Service (AA) 4t. Jill Andrews (AA) 7t. Kim Hamilton (AA) 1. Kim Hamilton (V) 2. Jill Andrews (V) 3t. Tanya Service (V) 7. Shawn McGinnis (V) 4t. Tanya Service (UB) 1t. Jill Andrews (BB) 1t. Kim Hamilton (FX) 4t. Tanya Service (FX) 6. Shawn McGinnis (FX)

192.65 192.60 192.10 190.80 190.20 189.45 187.90 187.90 187.05 187.00 186.50 186.40 38.70 38.65 38.50 9.750 9.700 9.675 9.375 9.750 9.800 9.900 9.800 9.550

1988 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Alabama 2. Utah 3. UCLA 4. LSU 5. Georgia 6. Florida 7. Oregon State 8. Arizona State 9. Arizona 10. Nebraska 11. Penn State 12. Michigan State Individual Events (Top 10) 2. Jill Andrews (AA) 3. Kim Hamilton (AA) 1. Jill Andrews (V)

190.05 189.50 188.80 187.90 186.80 186.65 186.50 185.10 184.00 183.55 179.70 178.80 38.20 38.15 9.625


UCLA AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 2t. 6t. 1. 8t.

Amy Lucena (V) Kim Hamilton (UB) Kim Hamilton (FX) Renee Kelly (FX)

9.575 9.50 9.80 9.50

1987 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Georgia 2. Utah 3. UCLA 4. Alabama 5. Arizona State 6. Florida 7. LSU 8. Ohio State 9. Washington 10. Nebraska 11. Arizona 12. Oregon State

187.90 187.55 187.00 186.60 184.00 183.80 181.50 180.20 179.85 179.50 179.45 174.50

Individual Events (Top 10) 8t. Jill Andrews (AA) 3. Tanya Service (V) 4. Jill Andrews (V) 5. Amy Lucena (V) 3. Birgit Schier (UB) 1. Kim Hamilton (FX) 5. Tanya Service (FX)

37.40 9.40 9.325 9.300 9.60 9.80 9.55

1986 at Gainesville, Fla. Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Arizona State 3. Alabama 4. Georgia 5. Cal State Fullerton 6. Penn State 7. UCLA 8. Florida 9. LSU 10. Ohio State

1984 at Los Angeles, Calif. Team Standings 1. Utah 2. UCLA 3. Cal State Fullerton 4. Arizona State 5. Florida 6. Alabama 7. Penn State 8. Washington 9. Georgia 10. Arizona

186.95 186.70 186.35 185.45 185.00 182.70 181.70 181.30 180.55 177.80

Individual Events (Top 10) 4. Gigi Zosa (AA) 2. Gigi Zosa (UB) 2. Gigi Zosa (BB)

Individual Events (Top 10) 7. Donna Kemp (AA) 2. Rhonda Schwandt (V) 7t. Karen McMullin (UB) 9. Donna Kemp (UB) 4t. Donna Kemp (BB) 7t. Karen McMullin (BB) 9. Trina Tinti (FX)

37.65 9.60 9.65

1985 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Arizona State 3. Florida 4. Alabama 5. Cal State Fullerton 6. Oregon State 7. Georgia 8. Ohio State 9. Penn State 10. Oklahoma

188.35 186.60 184.30 184.05 183.50 183.15 180.90 179.75 179.00 177.40

186.05 185.55 183.90 183.65 182.20 180.80 179.45 178.55 177.60 176.90 37.35 9.325 9.50 9.45 9.40 9.20 8.95

1982 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Cal State Fullerton 3. Penn State 4. Oregon State 5. Arizona State 6. UCLA 7. Florida 8. Nebraska 9. Oklahoma State 10. Michigan Individual Events (Top 10) 6. Sharon Shapiro (AA) 2. Sharon Shapiro (V) 6. Anne Kitabayashi (UB) 4. Sharon Shapiro (BB)

148.60 144.10 143.10 143.00 142.95 142.40 140.90 138.10 137.20 136.90 36.65 18.32 16.75 18.00

1983 at Salt Lake City, Utah Team Standings 1. Utah 2. Arizona State 3. Cal State Fullerton 4. Alabama 5. Florida 6. UCLA LSU 8. Ohio State 9. Oregon State 10. Nebraska Individual Events (Top 10) 8. Donna Kemp (AA)

184.65 183.30 179.25 179.05 177.85 177.80 177.80 176.65 173.55 165.55 36.60

UCLA’s NCAA Regional Champions Team 2018 2017 2015 2012 2011 2010 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1990 1989 1987 1982

197.650 196.800 197.500 197.225 197.425 197.825 195.975 197.025 197.325 197.700 197.425 197.775 197.025 197.025 196.300 195.450 195.950 194.300 194.100 192.150 193.250 190.750 144.750

All-Around 2015 Samantha Peszek 2014 Samantha Peszek 2013 Olivia Courtney 2011 Olivia Courtney 2010 Vanessa Zamarripa 2007 Tasha Schwikert 2006 Kate Richardson 2005 Tasha Schwikert 2004 Jeanette Antolin 2003 Jamie Dantzscher 2002 Jamie Dantzscher 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj 2000 Mohini Bhardwaj 1999 Heidi Moneymaker 1995 Kareema Marrow 1993 Kareema Marrow 1990 Jill Andrews 1989 Kim Hamilton 1988 Kim Hamilton 1987 Kim Hamilton 1982 Sharon Shapiro

Vault 2018 2016 2015 2013 2012 2011 2010 2006 2005 2004 2002 2001

2000 1997 1996 1994 1993 1990 1989 1988 1987

Uneven Bars 2018 Kyla Ross 2017 Madison Kocian 2016 Peng-Peng Lee 2015 Peng-Peng Lee 2014 Samantha Peszek 2012 Vanessa Zamarripa 2010 Anna Li 2009 Anna Li 2008 Anna Li 2007 Anna Li 2006 Kate Richardson 2005 Tasha Schwikert 2004 Jeanette Antolin 2003 Jamie Dantzscher 2002 Jamie Dantzscher 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj 2000 Mohini Bhardwaj Lena Degteva 1997 Heidi Moneymaker 1994 Leah Homma 1988 Kim Hamilton 1987 Birgit Schier 1986 Tanya Service 1984 Tracy Curtis

Anna Glenn Pauline Tratz Madison Preston Peng-Peng Lee Olivia Courtney Samantha Peszek Tauny Frattone Anna Li Tasha Schwikert Kristen Maloney Tasha Schwikert Jeanette Antolin Kristen Maloney Jeanette Antolin Jamie Dantzscher Kristin Parker Yvonne Tousek Onnie Willis Lena Degteva Amy Smith Dee Fischer Karen Nelson Kareema Marrow Jill Andrews Jill Andrews Jill Andrews Tanya Service

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Balance Beam 2018 Kyla Ross 2016 Danusia Francis 2015 Danusia Francis Peng-Peng Lee Samantha Peszek 2014 Samantha Peszek 2011 Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs 2008 Kristina Comforte 2007 Anna Li Tasha Schwikert 2006 Kate Richardson 2005 Kristen Maloney 2004 Jeanette Antolin Kristen Maloney 2003 Jamie Dantzscher Kate Richardson 2002 Alyssa Beckerman 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj 2000 Mohini Bhardwaj 1997 Lena Degteva 1996 Luisa Portocarrero 1995 Stella Umeh 1990 Jill Andrews 1989 Tanya Service 1988 Jill Andrews 1983 Tracy Curtis

Floor Exercise 2018 Katelyn Ohashi 2017 Angi Cipra Madison Kocian 2016 Sadiqua Bynum 2015 Samantha Peszek 2014 Olivia Courtney 2012 Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs 2011 Brittani McCullough 2010 Brittani McCullough 2007 Tasha Schwikert 2006 Kate Richardson 2005 Kristen Maloney Tasha Schwikert 2003 Jamie Dantzscher 2002 Jamie Dantzscher 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj 2000 Heidi Moneymaker 1996 Amy Smith 1995 Kareema Marrow Stella Umeh 1992 Amy Thorne 1990 Jill Andrews Renee Kelly Carol Ulrich 1989 Tanya Service Kim Hamilton 1988 Kim Hamilton 1987 Kim Hamilton 1986 Amy Lucena


INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONS became UCLA’s first-ever NCAA bars champion, and in 2001, Onnie Willis was crowned all-around champion, the first for a Bruin at the NCAA Championships. Jamie Dantzscher in 2002 won three titles, becoming the first gymnast in seven years to win as many in one season. Tasha Schwikert became the first UCLA gymnast to win multiple NCAA all-around titles (in 2005 and 2008) and the first in NCAA history to win as both a freshman and a senior. The Bruins are currently on a streak of four consecutive years with a NCAA balance beam champion, with Samantha Peszek winning in 2015, Danusia Francis in 2016, Kyla Ross in 2017 and Christine Peng-Peng Lee in 2018.

UCLA has captured 46 national individual titles since 1980, including 27 in the 2000s. Thirty-eight of those titles are NCAA championships, and UCLA ranks No. 2 in the nation in all-time NCAA individual titles. Bruin gymnasts have not only won national titles, but many have done it in record fashion. Sharon Shapiro won UCLA’s first-ever national title and made history at the 1980 AIAW Championships by becoming the first collegiate woman to sweep all four events and the all-around. No gymnast has duplicated that feat since. Kim Hamilton became UCLA’s first-ever NCAA champion when she took home the floor exercise crown, the first of an unprecedented three consecutive from 1987-1989. In 1998, Heidi Moneymaker

Sharon Shapiro 1980 Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor,All-Around (AIAW) 1981 Vault, All-Around (AIAW)

Diane Dovas 1981 Bars (AIAW)

Kim Hamilton 1987, 1988, 1989 Floor 1989 Vault

Jill Andrews 1988 Vault, 1989 Beam

Stella Umeh 1995, 1998 Floor

Heidi Moneymaker 1998 Bars, 1999 Vault

Kiralee Hayashi 1999 Beam

Lena Degteva 2000 Beam

Mohini Bhardwaj 2000 Bars, 2001 Floor

Yvonne Tousek 2001 Bars

UCLA’s Individual National Champions 1980

Sharon Shapiro

1981

Sharon Shapiro

1987 1988 1989 1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Diane Dovas Kim Hamilton Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Kim Hamilton Jill Andrews Stella Umeh Heidi Moneymaker Stella Umeh Heidi Moneymaker Kiralee Hayashi Mohini Bhardwaj Lena Degteva Onnie Willis Yvonne Tousek Mohini Bhardwaj Jamie Dantzscher

2003

Jamie Dantzscher Kate Richardson

2005

Tasha Schwikert Kristen Maloney

2006 2008

Kate Richardson Tasha Schwikert

2010 2011 2015

Vanessa Zamarripa Brittani McCullough Samantha Peszek Samantha Peszek

2016 2017

Danusia Francis Kyla Ross

2018

Christine Peng-Peng Lee Katelyn Ohashi

AA V UB BB FX AA V UB FX V FX V FX BB FX UB FX V BB UB BB AA UB FX AA V FX UB UB BB AA V BB FX AA UB V FX BB AA BB BB UB BB BB FX

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INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Onnie Willis 2001 All-Around

Jamie Dantzscher 2002 All-Around, Vault, Floor 2003 Bars

Kristen Maloney 2005 Vault, Beam

Vanessa Zamarripa 2010 Vault

Danusia Francis 2016 Beam

Kyla Ross 2017 Bars, Beam

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Kate Richardson 2003 Bars, Beam 2006 Floor

Tasha Schwikert 2005 All-Around 2008 All-Around, Bars

Brittani McCullough 2010 Floor

Samantha Peszek 2011 Beam 2015 All-Around, Beam

Christine Peng-Peng Lee 2018 Beam

Katelyn Ohashi 2018 Floor


ALL-AMERICANS

Regular Season All-Americans 2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

Grace Glenn Napualani Hall Felicia Hano Christine Peng-Peng Lee Katelyn Ohashi Kyla Ross Madison Kocian Christine Peng-Peng Lee Hallie Mossett Katelyn Ohashi Kyla Ross Sadiqua Bynum Angi Cipra Danusia Francis Sadiqua Bynum Danusia Francis Christine Peng-Peng Lee Samantha Peszek Jordan Williams Olivia Courtney Sophina DeJesus Danusia Francis Samantha Peszek Sydney Sawa Olivia Courtney Danusia Francis Vanessa Zamarripa

BB (1st) V (2nd) FX (1st), V (2nd) BB (1st), UB (2nd) BB, FX (1st) AA, UB (1st) AA (1st); FX (2nd) UB (1st) FX (2nd) BB (1st) UB, BB (1st) FX (1st) FX (2nd) BB (1st) FX (2nd) BB (1st) UB, BB (1st) BB, V (2nd) V (2nd) AA, V (2nd) UB (2nd) BB (1st) BB; UB (2nd) FX (1st) V (1st) BB (2nd) AA, V, UB, FX (1st)

2009

2008

2007

2006 2005

2004

2003

2002

Postseason All-Americans 2018

2017

2016 2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

Peng-Peng Lee BB (1st) Katelyn Ohashi BB, FX (1st) Kyla Ross AA, UB, BB (1st); FX (2nd) Angi Cipra FX (1st) Felicia Hano V (2nd) Madison Kocian AA, FX (1st); V, UB (2nd) Christine Peng-Peng Lee UB (2nd) Hallie Mossett FX (1st) Katelyn Ohashi BB (1st) Kyla Ross AA, UB, BB (1st) Sadiqua Bynum FX (2nd) Danusia Francis BB (1st) Christine Peng-Peng Lee UB, BB (2nd) Samantha Peszek AA, BB, FX (1st); V, UB (2nd) Jordan Williams V (2nd) Olivia Courtney V (1st) Samantha Peszek AA, UB (1st); V, FX (2nd) Sydney Sawa FX (2nd) Kaelie Baer V (1st) Olivia Courtney V, FX (1st) Sophina DeJesus UB (2nd) Danusia Francis BB (1st) Alyssa Pritchett FX (2nd) Lichelle Wong V (1st) Vanessa Zamarripa V (1st); AA, UB, FX (2nd) Olivia Courtney UB (1st); V, FX (2nd) Aisha Gerber UB (1st) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs BB, FX (1st) Samantha Peszek BB (1st); UB (2nd) Vanessa Zamarripa UB, FX (1st); V (2nd) Olivia Courtney V, FX (2nd) Monique De La Torre UB (1st) Tauny Frattone V (2nd) Aisha Gerber BB (1st) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs AA, UB (1st); V, FX (2nd) Brittani McCullough V, FX (1st) Samantha Peszek BB (1st); V (2nd) Sydney Sawa FX (2nd) Aisha Gerber BB (2nd) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs V (1st); AA (2nd) Anna Li V, UB (1st); AA (2nd) Brittani McCullough FX (1st) Vanessa Zamarripa AA, V, FX (1st); UB (2nd)

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

Ariana Berlin AA, UB (1st); V, FX (2nd) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs AA, V, UB, FX (2nd) Brittani McCullough FX (1st) Niki Tom FX (2nd) Vanessa ZamarripaAA, V, BB, FX (1st); UB (2nd) Kristina Comforte V, UB (1st); BB (2nd) Anna Li UB (1st) Tasha Schwikert AA, V, UB, FX (1st) Anna Li AA, BB (1st); V, UB (2nd) Ashley Peckett V (2nd) Tasha Schwikert UB (1st); V, AA (2nd) Kristina Comforte AA, V (1st) Kate Richardson V, FX (1st); BB (2nd) Kristen Maloney AA, V, BB, FX (1st) Kate Richardson BB, FX (1st) Jordan Schwikert BB (2nd) Tasha Schwikert AA, V, UB, BB, FX (1st) Jeanette Antolin AA, UB, FX (1st); BB (2nd) Jamie Dantzscher UB (1st); FX (2nd) Kristen Maloney UB (1st); AA, V, BB (2nd) Kate Richardson AA, V, UB (1st); BB (2nd) Yvonne Tousek BB (1st); FX (2nd) Jeanette Antolin V, UB (1st) Jamie Dantzscher AA, V, UB, FX (1st); BB (2nd) Kristin Parker V (2nd) Kate Richardson AA, UB, BB, FX (1st) Yvonne Tousek UB (1st) Onnie Willis AA, V, FX (1st); BB (2nd) Alyssa Beckerman BB (1st) Jamie Dantzscher AA, V, UB, BB, FX (1st) Doni Thompson UB (1st) Yvonne Tousek UB (1st); AA (2nd) Onnie Willis AA, UB, FX (1st); V (2nd) Mohini Bhardwaj AA, UB, FX (1st) Jamie Dantzscher UB, FX (1st); V (2nd) Malia Jones BB (2nd) Kristen Maloney BB (1st) Kristin Parker V (1st) Doni Thompson UB (1st); BB (2nd) Yvonne Tousek AA, UB, BB (1st); FX (2nd) Onnie Willis AA, UB, BB, FX (1st); V (2nd) Mohini Bhardwaj AA, V, UB, BB (1st) Lena Degteva UB, BB (1st); AA, V, FX (2nd) Heidi Moneymaker AA, V, UB, FX (1st) Kristin Parker AA, UB (2nd) Onnie Willis V (1st); UB, FX (2nd) Mohini Bhardwaj UB (1st); AA (2nd) Lena Degteva AA, V, UB (1st); FX (2nd) Kiralee Hayashi V, BB, FX (1st); AA (2nd) Heidi Moneymaker AA, V, UB, BB, FX (1st) Luisa Portocarrero V (1st), UB (2nd) Mohini Bhardwaj V, UB (1st) Lena Degteva V (1st); AA (2nd) Susie Erickson BB (2nd) Kiralee Hayashi AA, UB (1st); V, BB (2nd) Heidi Moneymaker AA, UB (1st); V (2nd) Stella Umeh BB, FX (1st); V (2nd) Lena Degteva V (1st); AA (2nd) Kiralee Hayashi BB (2nd) Leah Homma AA, UB, BB (1st); FX (2nd) Amy Smith V, FX (1st) Stella Umeh UB (1st) Corinne Chee BB (1st) Leah Homma UB (2nd) Luisa Portocarrero BB (1st) Stella Umeh UB, BB (1st) Corinne Chee BB (2nd) Leah Homma UB (1st) Kareema Marrow UB, FX (1st) Amy Smith FX (1st) Stella Umeh AA, UB, BB, FX (1st)

1994

1993

1992

1990 1989

1988

1987

1986 1984

1983 1982

Kareema Marrow Karen Nelson Leah Homma Carol Ulrich Paula Rasmussen Kareema Marrow Rhonda Faehn Amy Thorne Karen Nelson Jill Andrews Carol Ulrich Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Shawn McGinnis Tanya Service Jill Andrews Renee Kelly Kim Hamilton Amy Lucena Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Amy Lucena Birgit Schier Tanya Service Gigi Zosa Donna Kemp Karen McMullin Rhonda Schwandt Donna Kemp Sharon Shapiro Anne Kitabayashi

*71 gymnasts have earned 360 All-America honors (250 1st-Team)

All-America Leaders Vanessa Zamarripa - 19 Samantha Peszek - 17 Onnie Willis - 16 Jamie Dantzscher - 15 Lena Degteva - 13 Kate Richardson - 13

Ariana Berlin

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AA, FX (1st) V (1st) AA, UB (2nd) BB (1st) BB (1st) V (1st), AA (2nd) AA, BB (2nd) FX (2nd) V (2nd) AA, V (1st) AA, BB (1st) AA, V, BB (1st) V, FX (1st) UB, FX (1st) AA, V, UB, FX (1st) AA, V (1st) FX (1st) AA, UB, FX (1st) V (1st) V (1st) FX (1st) V (1st) UB (1st) V, FX (1st) AA, UB, BB (1st) AA, BB (1st) UB, BB (1st) V (1st) AA (1st) AA, V, BB (1st) UB (1st)


ALL-AMERICANS

All-Americans (alphabetical) Jill Andrews

Jeanette Antolin Kaelie Baer Alyssa Beckerman Ariana Berlin Mohini Bhardwaj

Sadiqua Bynum Corinne Chee Angi Cipra Kristina Comforte Olivia Courtney

Jamie Dantzscher

Sophina DeJesus

Lena Degteva

Monique De La Torre Susie Erickson Rhonda Faehn Danusia Francis

Tauny Frattone Aisha Gerber

Grace Glenn Napualani Hall Kim Hamilton

Felicia Hano Kiralee Hayashi

Leah Homma

Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs

Malia Jones Renee Kelly Donna Kemp Anne Kitabayashi Madison Kocian

1987 V 1988 AA, V 1989 AA, V, BB 1990 AA, V 2003 V, UB 2004 AA, UB, BB, FX 2013 V 2002 BB 2009 AA, V, UB, FX 1998 V, UB 1999 AA, UB 2000 AA, V, UB, BB 2001 AA, UB, FX 2015 FX 2016 FX 1995 BB 1996 BB 2016 FX 2017 FX 2006 AA, V 2008 V, UB, BB 2011 V, FX 2012 V, UB, FX 2013 V, FX 2014 AA, V 2001 V, UB, FX 2002 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2003 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2004 UB, FX 2013 UB 2014 UB 2016 UB 1997 AA, V 1998 AA, V 1999 AA, V, UB, FX 2000 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2011 UB 1998 BB 1992 AA, BB 2013 BB 2014 BB 2015 BB 2016 BB 2011 V 2010 BB 2011 BB 2012 UB 2018 BB 2018 V 1987 FX 1988 AA, UB, FX 1989 V, FX 2017 V 2018 V, FX 1997 BB 1998 AA, V, UB, BB 1999 AA, V, BB, FX 1994 AA, UB 1995 UB 1996 UB 1997 AA, UB, BB, FX 2009 AA, V, UB, FX 2010 AA, V 2011 AA, V, UB, FX 2012 BB, FX 2001 BB 1988 FX 1984 AA, BB 1982 UB 2017 AA, V, UB, FX

Christine Peng-Peng Lee

2015 UB, BB 2017 UB 2018 UB, BB 2007 AA, V, UB, BB 2008 UB 2010 AA, V, UB 1987 V 1988 V 2001 BB 2004 AA, V, UB, BB 2004 AA, V, BB, FX 1993 AA, V 1994 AA, FX 1994 UB, FX 2009 FX 2010 FX 2011 V, FX 1989 UB, FX 1984 UB, BB 1998 AA, V, UB 1999 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2000 AA, V, UB, FX 2017 FX 1992 V 1994 V 2017 BB 2018 BB, FX 2000 AA, UB 2001 V 2003 V 2007 V 2011 V, BB 2012 UB, BB 2014 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2015 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 1996 BB 1999 V, UB 2013 FX 1993 BB 2003 AA, UB, BB, FX 2004 AA, V, UB, BB 2005 BB, FX 2006 V, BB, FX

Anna Li

Amy Lucena Kristen Maloney

Kareema Marrow

Brittani McCullough

Shawn McGinnis Karen McMullin Heidi Moneymaker

Hallie Mossett Karen Nelson Katelyn Ohashi Kristin Parker

Ashley Peckett Samantha Peszek

Luisa Portocarrero Alyssa Pritchett Paula Rasmussen Kate Richardson

Kyla Ross Sydney Sawa Birgit Schier Rhonda Schwandt Jordan Schwikert Tasha Schwikert

Tanya Service Sharon Shapiro Amy Smith Doni Thompson Amy Thorne Niki Tom Yvonne Tousek

Carol Ulrich Stella Umeh

Jordan Williams Onnie Willis

Lichelle Wong Vanessa Zamarripa

Gigi Zosa

Anna Li

Jeanette Antolin

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2017 AA, UB, BB 2018 AA, UB, BB, FX 2011 FX 2014 FX 1987 UB 1984 V 2005 BB 2005 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2007 AA, V, UB 2008 AA, V, UB, FX 1987 V, FX 1989 AA, V, UB, FX 1982 AA, V, UB 1995 FX 1997 V, FX 2001 UB, BB 2002 UB 1992 FX 2009 FX 2001 AA, UB, BB, FX 2002 AA, UB 2003 UB 2004 BB, FX 1990 AA, BB 1993 BB 1995 AA, UB, BB, FX 1996 UB, BB 1997 UB 1998 V, BB, FX 2015 V 2000 V, UB, FX 2001 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2002 AA, V, UB, FX 2003 AA, V, BB, FX 2013 V 2009 AA, V, UB, BB, FX 2010 AA, V, UB, FX 2012 V, UB, FX 2013 AA, V, UB, FX 1986 AA, UB, BB


UCLA AT PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

2018 Team 1. UCLA 2. Utah 3t. California 3t. Washington 5. Oregon State 6. Arizona State 7. Stanford 8. Arizona Individual AA Kyla Ross, UCLA MyKayla Skinner. Utah V MaKenna Merrell, Utah UB Kyla Ross, UCLA Elizabeth Price, Stanford BB Peng-Peng Lee, UCLA FX Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA Elizabeth Price, Stanford MyKayla Skinner, Utah

197.500 197.350 196.950 196.750 196.575 196.425 196.350 195.825 39.675 39.675 9.950 9.975 9.975 10.000 9.950 9.950 9.950

2017 Team 1. Utah 2. Oregon State 3t. UCLA 3t. Washington 5. Stanford 6. California 7. Arizona 8. Arizona State Individual AA MyKayla Skinner, Utah V Dani Dessaints, OSU Tiffani Lewis, Utah MyKayla Skinner, Utah UB Erika Aufiero, OSU BB Kyla Ross, UCLA FX MyKayla Skinner, Utah

197.925 197.400 197.100 197.100 196.625 196.300 196.275 195.600 39.725 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 10.00 10.00

2016 Team 1. UCLA 2t. Oregon State 2t. Utah 4. California 5. Stanford 6. Arizona 7. Washington 8. Arizona State Individual AA Breanna Hughes, Utah V Breanna Hughes, Utah UB JaNay Honest, UCLA Elizabeth Price, Stanford Kaitlyn Duranczyk, UW BB Danusia Francis, UCLA Baely Rowe, Utah Risa Perez, OSU Madeline Gardiner, OSU FX Tiffani Lewis, Utah Toni-Ann Williams, Cal

197.250 196.925 196.925 196.725 196.125 195.525 195.300 191.725 39.550 9.975 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.925 9.925

2015 Team 1. Utah 2. UCLA 3. Stanford 4. Oregon State 5. Arizona 6. California 7. Washington 8. Arizona State Individual AA Georgia Dabritz, Utah V Tory Wilson, Utah UB Elizabeth Price, Stanford Corrie Lothrop, Utah

198.150 197.350 197.175 196.900 196.225 196.150 196.000 192.700 39.775 10.00 9.950 9.950

BB Samantha Peszek, UCLA FX Samantha Peszek, UCLA Georgia Dabritz, Utah Jessie Sisler, Arizona

9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950

UB Olivia Courtney, UCLA Aisha Gerber, UCLA Makayla Stambaugh, OSU Leslie Mak, OSU Olivia Vivian, OSU Samantha Walior, UW BB Leslie Mak, OSU FX Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA Ashley Morgan, Stanford

2014 Team 1. Utah 2. Stanford 3. California 4. UCLA 5. Oregon State 6. Arizona 7. Arizona State 8. Washington Individual AA Tory Wilson, Utah V Allison Flores, Arizona Aliza Vaccher, UW Georgia Dabritz, Utah Shelby Edwards, Arizona UB Georgia Dabritz, Utah BB Samantha Peszek, UCLA FX Georgia Dabritz, Utah Nansy Damianova, Utah

197.925 197.175 196.550 196.525 196.275 196.250 195.500 195.125

2010 Team 1. UCLA 197.350 2. Stanford 196.550 3. Oregon State 195.950 4. Arizona 195.875 5. Washington 193.825 6. California 191.475 7. Arizona State 190.675 Individual AA Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 39.575 V Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 9.950 UB Anna Li, UCLA 10.00 BB Laura Ann Chong, OSU 9.950 FX Brittani McCullough, UCLA 9.925 Carly Janiga, Stanford 9.925

39.450 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 10.00 9.925 9.950 9.950

2013

2009

Team 1. Oregon State 197.850 2. UCLA 197.375 3. Utah 197.075 4. Stanford 196.625 5. Washington 195.875 6. Arizona 195.525 7. California 195.075 8. Arizona State 193.425 Individual AA Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 39.750 V Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 10.00 UB Makayla Stambaugh, OSU 9.975 BB Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 9.925 Amanda Spinner, Stanford 9.925 FX Olivia Courtney, UCLA 9.950 Ashley Morgan, Stanford 9.950 Melanie Jones, OSU 9.950

Team 1. UCLA 2. Oregon State 3. Stanford 4. Washington 5. Arizona 6. Arizona State 7. California Individual AA Carly Janiga, Stanford V Mandi Rodriguez, OSU UB Anna Li, UCLA Jen Kesler, OSU Leslie Mak, OSU Carly Janiga, Stanford Nicole Ourada, Stanford BB Carly Janiga, Stanford FX Mandi Rodriguez, OSU Nicole Ourada, Stanford

2012 Team 1. UCLA 197.425 2. Utah 197.375 3. Oregon State 197.025 4. Stanford 196.825 5. Arizona 195.900 6. Arizona State 194.550 7. Washington 194.125 8. California 193.525 Individual AA Corrie Lothrop, Utah 39.625 V Olivia Courtney, UCLA 9.950 Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA 9.950 Ivana Hong, Stanford 9.950 UB Georgia Dabritz, Utah 9.950 BB Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA 9.975 FX Ashley Morgan, Stanford 9.950

196.725 196.550 196.525 194.375 194.325 194.000 191.750 39.575 9.950 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.950 9.900 9.900

2008 Team 1. Stanford 2. Oregon State 3. UCLA 4. Arizona 5. California 6. Washington 7. Arizona State Individual AA Tabitha Yim, Stanford V Tasha Smith, OSU UB Tasha Schwikert, UCLA Liz Tricase, Stanford BB Jami Lanz, OSU Carly Janiga, Stanford FX Tasha Smith, OSU

2011 Team 1. Oregon State 2. UCLA 3. Washington 4. Stanford 5. Arizona 6. California 7. Arizona State Individual AA Leslie Mak, OSU V Olivia Courtney, UCLA

9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.950 9.900 9.900

197.000 196.550 196.200 195.725 193.400 193.375 191.925 39.550 9.900 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950

2007 197.200 196.750 196.025 195.975 195.475 191.575 190.450

Team 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Oregon State 4. Arizona 5. Washington 6. Arizona State 7. California Individual AA Tasha Schwikert, UCLA V Tasha Schwikert, UCLA Ashley Houghting, UW

39.525 9.950

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197.200 196.925 196.300 196.000 194.775 194.550 193.650 39.750 9.950 9.950

UB Liz Tricase, Stanford BB Anna Li, UCLA Tasha Schwikert, UCLA FX Tasha Schwikert, UCLA

9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950

2006 Team 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. Oregon State 4. Arizona State 5. Arizona 6. Washington 7. California Individual AA Tabitha Yim, Stanford V Tasha Smith, OSU UB Liz Tricase, Stanford BB Tabitha Yim, Stanford FX Tasha Smith, OSU

197.100 196.800 196.400 193.900 193.750 192.750 192.725 39.650 9.925 9.925 9.975 9.950

2005 Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona 3. Oregon State 4. Stanford 5. Washington 6. Arizona State 7. California Individual AA Kristen Maloney, UCLA Tasha Schwikert, UCLA V Kristen Maloney, UCLA UB Tasha Schwikert, UCLA BB Kristen Maloney, UCLA Ashley Kelly, ASU FX Kristen Maloney, UCLA

197.100 195.925 195.900 194.600 194.425 192.975 163.550 39.700 39.700 9.925 10.00 9.950 9.950 9.975

2004 Team 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. Oregon State 4t. Arizona 4t. Arizona State 6. Washington 7. California Individual AA Natalie Foley, Stanford V Jeanette Antolin, UCLA Natalie Foley, Stanford UB Jeanette Antolin, UCLA Natalie Foley, Stanford BB Kristen Maloney, UCLA Ashley Kelly, ASU My-Lan Dodd, Cal Caroline Fluhrer, Stanford Lindsay Wing, Stanford Molly Seaman, UW FX Kate Richardson, UCLA

197.900 197.875 197.075 196.775 196.775 196.425 195.625 39.800 10.00 10.00 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.950 10.00

2003 Team 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Arizona State 4. Washington 5. Oregon State 6. Arizona 7. California Individual AA Kate Richardson, UCLA V Jeanette Antolin, UCLA UB Elizabeth Jillson, OSU Carly Dockendorf, UW BB Lindsay Wing, Stanford FX Kate Richardson, UCLA Chrissy Lamun, OSU

198.175 197.700 197.075 196.750 196.650 195.950 195.925 39.825 10.00 10.00 10.00 9.975 10.00 10.00


UCLA AT PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

2002

1998

1994

Team 1. UCLA 197.625 2. Arizona 197.050 3. Stanford 196.150 4. Oregon State 196.125 5. Washington 195.425 6. Arizona State 194.125 7. California 189.700 Individual AA Onnie Willis, UCLA 39.625 V Emily Pritchard, UW 9.975 UB Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA 9.950 Doni Thompson, UCLA 9.950 Onnie Willis, UCLA 9.950 BB Alyssa Beckerman, UCLA 9.900 Lindsay Wing, Stanford 9.900 Lise Leveille, Stanford 9.900 Stevie Fanning, ASU 9.900 FX Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA 9.950 Randi Liljenquist, Arizona 9.950

Team 1. Stanford 195.275 2. Oregon State 194.950 3. Arizona State 194.900 4. UCLA 194.700 5. Washington 193.700 6. Arizona 192.800 7. California 189.200 Individual AA Stella Umeh, UCLA 39.600 V Lena Degteva, UCLA 9.925 UB Deanne Droegemueller, OSU 9.975 BB Stella Umeh, UCLA 9.925 FX Stella Umeh, UCLA 9.950

Team 1. Oregon State 2. UCLA 3. Arizona State 4. Stanford 5. Washington 6. Arizona 7. California Individual AA Leah Homma, UCLA V Karen Nelson, UCLA UB Chari Knight, OSU BB Chari Knight, OSU FX Tina Brinkman, ASU

1997

1993

2001 Team 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. Washington 4. Oregon State 5. Arizona State 6. Arizona 7. California Individual AA Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA V Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA Caroline Fluhrer, Stanford UB Stacy Wong, Washington BB Lindsay Wing, Stanford Lise Leveille, Stanford FX Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA

197.850 197.800 197.475 196.550 195.725 195.525 193.750 39.800 9.975 9.975 9.975 9.975 9.975 10.00

2000 Team 1. UCLA 2. Oregon State 3. Washington 4. Arizona State 5. California 6. Stanford 7. Arizona Individual AA Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA V Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA UB Lena Degteva, UCLA BB Lena Degteva, UCLA FX Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA Heidi Moneymaker, UCLA Elizabeth McNabb, ASU Lea Carver, ASU

197.700 196.575 195.900 195.875 194.675 193.850 192.950 39.700 9.950 9.975 9.925 9.925 9.925 9.925 9.925

1999 Team 1. UCLA 197.775 2. Oregon State 197.400 3. Arizona State 196.025 4. Arizona 195.150 4. Stanford 195.150 6. Washington 194.425 7. California 192.475 Individual AA Heidi Moneymaker, UCLA 39.675 V Heidi Moneymaker, UCLA 9.925 Megan Murphy-Barcroft, OSU 9.925 UB Danae Phillips, OSU 10.00 BB Megan Murphy-Barcroft, OSU 9.950 FX Lara Degenhardt, OSU 10.00

Team 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Washington 4. Oregon State 5. Arizona 6. Arizona State 7. California Individual AA Leah Homma, UCLA V Tiffany Simpson, UW UB Leah Homma, UCLA BB Heidi Hornbeek, Arizona FX Amy Smith, UCLA Heidi Hornbeek, Arizona Mindy Ornellas, Cal RÃ¥ndi Miller, OSU Klara Kudilkova, UW

Team 1. UCLA 2. Oregon State 3. Arizona 4. Arizona State 5. Washington 6. California 7. Stanford Individual AA Kareema Marrow, UCLA V Tina Brinkman, ASU Kristi Gunning, Arizona UB Megan Fenton, UCLA BB Carol Ulrich, UCLA Jenna Karadbil, Arizona FX Tina Brinkman, ASU

196.550 196.325 196.025 195.000 194.95 194.925 194.325 39.725 9.975 10.00 9.950 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900

Team 1. Oregon State 2. Arizona 3. UCLA 4. Arizona State 5. Stanford 6. California 7. Washington Individual AA Chari Knight, OSU V Anna Basaldua, Arizona UB Rhonda Faehn, UCLA Tina Brinkman, ASU Chari Knight, OSU Cindy Tom, Cal BB Chari Knight, OSU FX Tina Brinkman, ASU

196.775 195.525 195.170 194.625 193.150 193.000 192.375 39.500 10.00 9.975 9.925 9.900

1995 Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Arizona 4. Oregon State 5. Stanford 6. Washington 7. California Individual AA Stella Umeh, UCLA V Katie Freeland, ASU Darci Wambsgans, Arizona Lisa Washington, Cal UB Stella Umeh, UCLA BB Stella Umeh, UCLA FX Stella Umeh, UCLA

194.55 193.90 193.20 192.90 190.80 189.40 189.00 39.350 9.950 9.950 10.00 9.800 9.800 9.950

194.85 194.70 193.65 192.55 191.20 189.95 189.15 39.550 10.00 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 9.900 10.00

1991 195.400 195.150 193.450 193.400 191.825 191.625 190.275

Team 1. Oregon State 2. UCLA 3. Arizona 4. Arizona State 5. Stanford 6. Washington 7. California Individual AA Joy Selig, OSU V Christine Belotti, ASU UB Chari Knight, OSU BB Joy Selig, OSU FX Joy Selig, OSU

39.375 9.950 9.950 9.950 9.925 9.875 9.900

194.65 191.15 189.95 189.50 187.75 187.55 186.90 39.400 9.85 9.95 9.95 9.90

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UCLA Arizona Arizona State Oregon State California Washington Stanford

38.70 9.85 9.85 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.85

1989 38.800 9.950 9.950 9.900 9.875

1992

1996 Team 1. Oregon State 2. Arizona State 3. Arizona 4. UCLA 5. Washington 6. Stanford 7. California Individual AA Heidi Hornbeek, Arizona V Klara Kudilkova, UW UB Leah Homma, UCLA BB Lisa Vincijanovic, ASU FX Megan Bert, OSU

194.825 193.850 193.650 191.550 190.950 189.875 186.925

Individual AA Jill Andrews, UCLA V Jill Andrews, UCLA Diane Monty, Arizona UB Jill Andrews, UCLA Diana Rendall, Arizona Suzy Baldock, ASU BB Joy Selig, OSU FX Joy Selig, OSU

191.50 189.30 188.90 185.45 185.40 185.10 183.45

Team 1. UCLA 2. Oregon State 3. Arizona State 4. Arizona 5. Washington 6. Stanford 7. California Individual AA Joy Selig, OSU V Jami Sherman, OSU UB Kim Hamilton, UCLA Joy Selig, OSU BB Tanya Service, UCLA Joy Selig, OSU Yumi Mordre, UW FX Kim Hamilton, UCLA Tanya Service, UCLA Joy Selig, OSU

195.20 193.65 191.10 190.00 188.70 186.55 185.00 39.35 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90 9.90

1988 Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Oregon State 4. Arizona 5. Washington 6. Stanford 7. California Individual AA Jill Andrews, UCLA V Jill Andrews, UCLA UB Kim Hamilton, UCLA BB Yumi Mordre, UW FX Kim Hamilton, UCLA

189.45 187.05 185.95 185.30 184.20 182.55 179.55 38.60 9.85 9.70 9.90 9.65

1987 Team 1. UCLA 2. Arizona 3. Washington 4. Arizona State 5. Oregon State 6. Stanford 7. California 8. Washington St. Individual AA Tanya Service, UCLA Yumi Mordre, UW V Yumi Mordre, UW UB Tanya Service, UCLA BB Tanya Service, UCLA Jodie Leekwai, Arizona FX Yumi Mordre, UW

188.45 187.65 186.15 186.10 185.25 181.75 178.65 177.95 38.35 38.35 9.70 9.80 9.60 9.60 9.60


PAC-12 AWARD-WINNERS

Pac-12 Gymnasts of the Year 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Elizabeth Price, Stanford Kaytianna McMillan, OSU Elizabeth Price, Stanford Georgia Dabritz, Utah Tory Wilson, Utah Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA Leslie Mak, OSU Leslie Mak, OSU Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA Mandi Rodriguez, OSU Tabitha Yim, Stanford Tasha Schwikert, UCLA Kate Richardson, UCLA Kristen Maloney, UCLA Jeanette Antolin, UCLA Onnie Willis, UCLA Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA Heidi Moneymaker. UCLA Kiralee Hayashi, UCLA Stella Umeh, UCLA Leah Homma, UCLA Katie Freeland, ASU Leah Homma, UCLA Chari Knight, OSU Stacy Fowlkes, Arizona Chari Knight, OSU Joy Selig, OSU Jill Andrews, UCLA Tanya Service, UCLA Jill Andrews, UCLA Tanya Service, UCLA

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Cairo Leonard-Baker, ASU Kyla Ross, UCLA Sabrina Schwab, Utah Toni-Ann Williams, California Nicolette McNair, Stanford Serena Leong, Cal Georgia Dabritz, Utah Olivia Courtney, UCLA Makayla Stambaugh, OSU Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA Brittani McCullough, UCLA Carly Janiga, Stanford Ariana Berlin, UCLA Jami Lanz, OSU Tasha Schwikert, UCLA Chelsea Plourde, OSU Kate Richardson, UCLA Katie Johnson, Arizona Mandy Delgado, Stanford Lindsay Wing, Stanford Doni Thompson, UCLA

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

Pac-12 Specialist of the Year 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013

Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA Christine Peng-Peng Lee, UCLA Kassandra Lopez, Utah Elizabeth Price, Stanford Georgia Dabritz, Utah Amanda Spinner, Stanford

2012

Pac-12 Coaches of the Year 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Jay Santos, ASU Elise Ray, Washington Justin Howell, Cal Greg & Megan Marsden, Utah Greg & Megan Marsden, Utah Justin Howell, Cal Valorie Kondos Field, UCLA Tanya Chaplin, OSU Tanya Chaplin, OSU Kristen Smyth, Stanford Tanya Chaplin, OSU Joanne Bowers, Washington Kristen Smyth, Stanford Kristen Smyth, Stanford

2009

2008

2007

2006 2005

2004 2003

UCLA’s All-Pac-12 Gymnasts

Pac-12 Freshmen of the Year 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

John Spini, ASU Tanya Chaplin, OSU Kristen Smyth, Stanford Valorie Kondos Field, UCLA Cari DuBois, Cal Bill Ryden, Arizona Mark Cook, Stanford Valorie Kondos, UCLA Tanya Chaplin, OSU Bob Levesque, Washington Bob Levesque, Washington Jim Gault, Arizona John Spini, ASU Jim Turpin, OSU Valorie Kondos, UCLA John Spini, ASU Jim Gault, Arizona Alfred Mitchell, Cal John Spini, ASU Jim Gault, Arizona Jim Turpin, OSU Jim Turpin, OSU Jerry Tomlinson, UCLA Jim Gault, Arizona Jim Gault, Arizona Jim Turpin, OSU Jerry Tomlinson, UCLA

2011

2010

Nia Dennis (UB) Napualani Hall (V) Felicia Hano (V, FX) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (UB, BB) Katelyn Ohashi (BB, FX) Kyla Ross (AA, V, UB, BB) Pauline Tratz (FX) Madison Kocian (AA, V, BB, FX) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (UB, BB) Katelyn Ohashi (BB, FX) Kyla Ross (V, UB, BB) Sadiqua Bynum (V, FX) Angi Cipra (FX) Sophina DeJesus (UB) Danusia Francis (BB) Katelyn Ohashi (BB) Sadiqua Bynum (V) Danusia Francis (BB) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (UB, BB) Samantha Peszek (V, BB) Jordan Williams (V) Olivia Courtney (V) Danusia Francis (BB) Samantha Peszek (BB) Sydney Sawa (FX) Kaelie Baer (V) Olivia Courtney (V) Danusia Francis (BB) Alyssa Pritchett (FX) Vanessa Zamarripa (AA) Olivia Courtney (V, FX) Tauny Frattone (V) Aisha Gerber (UB) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (BB) Samantha Peszek (BB) Alyssa Pritchett (FX) Vanessa Zamarripa (V) Olivia Courtney (V) Tauny Frattone (V) Aisha Gerber (UB) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (AA) Brittani McCullough (AA) Sydney Sawa (FX) Tauny Frattone (V) Aisha Gerber (BB) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (V, BB, FX) Anna Li (V, UB) Brittani McCullough (V, FX) Lichelle Wong (UB) Vanessa Zamarripa (AA)

2002

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

1988

1987

Ariana Berlin (V) Aisha Gerber (BB) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (AA) Anna Li (UB) Brittani McCullough (V) Mizuki Sato (FX) Niki Tom (BB) Vanessa Zamarripa (AA) Ariana Berlin (AA) Anna Li (AA) Jordan Schwikert (AA) Tasha Schwikert (V, UB) Anna Li (AA) Tasha Schwikert (AA) Michelle Selesky (V) Jordan Schwikert (UB) Ariana Berlin (AA) Kristina Comforte (AA) Kate Richardson (AA, V, BB, FX) Kristen Maloney (AA, V, UB, BB, FX) Kate Richardson (V, BB, FX) Jordan Schwikert (AA) Tasha Schwikert (AA, V, UB, FX) Jeanette Antolin (AA, V, UB, FX) Kristen Maloney (BB) Kate Richardson (AA, V, FX) Jeanette Antolin (AA, V) Kate Richardson (AA, V, BB, FX) Onnie Willis (AA, V, UB) Alyssa Beckerman (BB) Jamie Dantzscher (UB, FX) Doni Thompson (UB) Onnie Willis (AA, V) Mohini Bhardwaj (UB) Jamie Dantzscher (UB, FX) Mohini Bhardwaj (AA, V, UB, BB, FX) Lena Degteva (AA, V, UB) Heidi Moneymaker (BB, FX) Lena Degteva (AA) Heidi Moneymaker (AA, V, UB, BB) Kiralee Hayashi (AA, BB) Stella Umeh (V, FX) Kiralee Hayashi (AA) Leah Homma (UB, BB) Leah Homma (AA) Dee Fischer (V) Stella Umeh (UB) Stella Umeh (AA, UB, BB, FX) Leah Homma (AA, V, BB) Kareema Marrow (UB, FX) Leah Homma (AA, BB, FX) Kareema Marrow (AA, V, FX) Karen Nelson (V) Megan Fenton (UB) Megan Fenton (UB) Kareema Marrow (V) Carol Ulrich (BB) Rhonda Faehn (UB) Natalie Britton Renee Kelly Jill Andrews Renee Kelly Carol Ulrich Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Amy Lucena Tanya Service Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Amy Lucena Shawn McGinnis Jill Andrews Kim Hamilton Tanya Service

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Kyla Ross (1/30) Madison Kocian (2/7) Sadiqua Bynum (2/9) Samantha Peszek (1/26, 2/23, 3/2)

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Olivia Courtney (1/14, 3/4) Sydney Sawa (2/18) Samantha Peszek (3/18) Vanessa Zamarripa (1/7, 1/14, 2/5, 2/12) Samantha Peszek (1/10, 1/24, 3/13) Vanessa Zamarripa 2/8) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (1/12, 3/1) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (1/12) Vanessa Zamarripa (2/16, 2/23, 3/16) Vanessa Zamarripa (1/20) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (1/27, 2/24, 3/17) Anna Li (1/15) Tasha Schwikert (2/4) Tasha Schwikert (1/16, 1/23) Jordan Schwikert (3/6) Kristina Comforte (2/6) Ariana Berlin (2/13) Jordan Schwikert (2/21) Tasha Schwikert (1/18) Kristen Maloney (1/25, 2/7, 3/8, 3/21) Kate Richardson (2/15) Kate Richardson (1/27, 2/3) Jeanette Antolin (2/24) Onnie Willis (1/21) Kate Richardson (2/4) Jamie Dantzscher (2/11) Jamie Dantzscher (1/22, 2/10) Mohini Bhardwaj (1/24, 1/31, 3/20) Onnie Willis (2/21) Jamie Dantzscher (3/7)

UCLA’s Pac-12 Specialists of the Week 2018

2017

2016

2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

2009 2008

Christine Peng-Peng Lee (1/9, 1/16, 1/30, 2/27, 3/12) Grace Glenn (1/23) Felicia Hano (2/6) Napualani Hall (2/13) Katelyn Ohashi (2/20, 3/20) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (1/17, 2/14, 3/14) Kyla Ross (1/31) Katelyn Ohashi (2/21, 3/7) Hallie Mossett (2/28) Hallie Mossett (1/12) Angi Cipra (2/9) Sophina DeJesus (2/16) Sadiqua Bynum (2/22) Danusia Francis (3/8) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (2/2) Samantha Peszek (3/16) Samantha Peszek (2/11, 2/25, 3/4) Danusia Francis (3/18) Olivia Courtney (1/15) Vanessa Zamarripa (3/5) Alyssa Pritchett (3/11) Tauny Frattone (1/10, 3/13) Vanessa Zamarripa (1/17, 2/7) Samantha Peszek (2/15) Tauny Frattone (2/22, 3/15) Niki Tom (3/8) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (1/19, 3/9) Vanessa Zamarripa (1/26, 3/2) Brittani McCullough (2/2) Anna Li (2/16) Aisha Gerber (1/13) Vanessa Zamarripa (1/27, 2/17, 2/24) Marci Bernholtz (1/21) Jordan Schwikert (1/28)

UCLA’s Pac-12 Freshmen/Newcomers of the Week 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013

Anna Glenn (3/20) Kyla Ross (1/31, 2/21) Madison Kocian (2/7, 2/14) Katelyn Ohashi (1/19, 1/26, 3/1, 3/8) Madison Preston (2/9) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (2/23, 3/2) Angi Cipra (1/14) Hallie Mossett (2/4, 2/11) Sophina DeJesus (1/8, 1/29) Danusia Francis (2/5)


AWARD-WINNERS

AAI Award (Senior of the Year) 2013 2004 2001 1984

2015

Vanessa Zamarripa Jamie Dantzscher Mohini Bhardwaj Donna Kemp

Honda Award 2018 2005 2003 2001 1990 1981

Christine Peng-Peng Lee Kristen Maloney Onnie Willis Mohini Bhardwaj Jill Andrews Sharon Shapiro

Woody Hayes National ScholarAthlete Award 1991

2014

2013

Jill Andrews

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship 2015 2006 2003 1990

Samantha Peszek Kate Richardson Kristin Parker Onnie Willis Jill Andrews

2012 2011

NCAA Top VI/VIII Award 2006 2003 1990

Kate Richardson (Top VIII) Onnie Willis (Top VIII) Jill Andrews (Top VI)

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2015 2006 2005 2004 1990 1988

Samantha Peszek Kate Richardson Kate Richardson Kate Richardson Jill Andrews Jill Andrews

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2015 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Samantha Peszek Kate Richardson Kate Richardson Kate Richardson Kristin Parker Onnie Willis Kristin Parker Onnie Willis Kristin Parker Onnie Willis

2010

2009 2008 2007 2006

2005

Arthur Ashe Jr. Sport Scholars 2011 2009

Mizuki Sato Niki Tom Lichelle Wong Mizuki Sato Niki Tom

2004

Pac-12 Scholar Gymnast of the Year 2018 2009

Christine Peng-Peng Lee Ariana Berlin

2003

WCGA Scholastic All-Americans 2018

2017

2016

Madison Kocian - 3.93 gpa Christine Peng-Peng Lee - 3.62 Sonya Meraz - 3.57 Kendal Poston - 3.89 Pauline Tratz - 3.85 Lilia Waller - 3.50 Maria Caire - 3.55 gpa Angi Cipra - 3.96 Mikaela Gerber - 3.93 Madison Kocian - 3.70 Peng-Peng Lee - 3.70 Sonya Meraz - 3.67 Sadiqua Bynum - 3.64 gpa Danusia Francis - 3.62 Mikaela Gerber - 3.81 Jennifer Pinches - 3.79

2002

Angi Cipra - 3.56 Ellette Craddock - 3.79 Karli Dugas - 3.55 Mikaela Gerber - 3.70 Samantha Peszek - 3.90 Jennifer Pinches - 3.58 Alex Waller - 3.52 Angi Cipra - 3.74 Mikaela Gerber - 3.50 Jessy MacArthur - 3.57 Samantha Peszek - 3.85 Jennifer Pinches - 3.72 Alex Waller - 3.60 Kaelie Baer - 3.71 Danusia Francis - 3.52 Samantha Peszek - 3.63 Alyssa Pritchett - 3.51 Lichelle Wong - 3.75 Vanessa Zamarripa - 3.75 Aisha Gerber - 4.00 Samantha Peszek - 3.66 Lichelle Wong - 3.51 Aisha Gerber - 3.73 Danielle Greig - 4.00 Talia Kushynski - 3.74 Rachel Luba - 3.78 Brittani McCullough - 3.67 Samantha Peszek - 3.60 Allison Taylor - 3.87 Aisha Gerber - 3.92 Danielle Greig - 3.62 Talia Kushynski - 3.67 Allison Taylor - 3.56 Ariana Berlin - 3.57 Talia Kushynski - 3.55 Ariana Berlin - 3.66 Ashley Peckett - 4.00 Michelle Selesky - 3.86 Ariana Berlin - 3.78 Jalynne Dantzscher - 3.54 Ashley Peckett - 3.85 Kate Richardson - 3.67 Michelle Selesky - 3.75 Courtney Walker - 3.60 Ashley Peckett - 3.71 Kate Richardson - 3.69 Michelle Selesky - 3.75 Jennifer Sutton - 3.89 Christie Tedmon - 3.72 Holly Murdock - 3.81 Ashley Peckett - 3.55 Kate Richardson - 3.76 Michelle Selesky - 3.64 Jennifer Sutton - 3.68 Christie Tedmon - 3.92 Yvonne Tousek - 4.0 Jamie Williams - 3.95 Alyssa Beckerman - 3.60 Holly Murdock - 3.83 Kristin Parker - 3.93 Trishna Patel - 3.65 Carly Raab - 3.62 Kate Richardson - 3.85 Jennifer Sutton - 3.75 Christie Tedmon - 3.83 Yvonne Tousek - 3.79 Jamie Williams - 3.96 Onnie Willis - 3.89 Natasha Desai - 3.89 Kristin Parker - 3.83 Carly Raab - 3.63 Christie Tedmon - 3.52 Jamie Williams - 3.89 Onnie Willis - 3.62

2001

2000

1999

Alyssa Beckerman - 3.5 Lindsey Dong - 3.55 Stephanie Johnson - 3.83 Kristin Parker - 3.68 Carly Raab - 3.77 Jamie Williams - 3.68 Onnie Willis - 3.64 Lindsey Dong - 3.642 Stephanie Johnson - 3.91 Kristin Parker - 3.665 Carly Raab - 3.642 Lindsey Dong - 3.639 Susie Erickson - 3.76 Stephanie Johnson - 3.84 Amy Young - 3.556

2006 2005

2004

Pac-12 All-Academic 2018

2017

2016

2015

2014 2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

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Madison Kocian, 2nd team (3.75) Napualani Hall, Hon. Mention Gracie Kramer, Hon. Mention Peng-Peng Lee, Hon. Mention Sonya Meraz, Hon. Mention Kyla Ross, Hon. Mention Mikaela Gerber, 1st team (3.68) Sonya Meraz, 2nd team (3.53) Angi Cipra, Hon. Mention Napualani Hall, Hon. Mention Peng-Peng Lee, Hon. Mention Hallie Mossett, Hon. Mention Angi Cipra, 2nd team (3.52) Danusia Francis, 2nd team (3.48) Mikaela Gerber, 2nd team (3.62) Sonya Meraz, 2nd team (3.44) Peng-Peng Lee, Hon. Mention Melissa Metcalf, Hon. Mention Samantha Peszek, 1st team (3.69) Angi Cipra, 2nd team (3.64) Danusia Francis, 2nd team (3.46) Ellette Craddock, Hon. Mention Mikaela Gerber, Hon. Mention Peng-Peng Lee, Hon. Mention Jennifer Pinches, Hon. Mention Samantha Peszek, 2nd team (3.66) Ellette Craddock, Hon. Mention Danusia Francis, Hon. Mention Lichelle Wong, 2nd team (3.39) Kaelie Baer, Hon. Mention Mattie Larson, Hon. Mention Alyssa Pritchett, Hon. Mention Vanessa Zamarripa, Hon. Mention Aisha Gerber, 1st team (3.75) Samantha Peszek, 2nd team (3.48) Kaelie Baer, Hon. Mention Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, Hon. Mention Lichelle Wong, Hon. Mention Aisha Gerber, 1st team (3.71) Talia Kushynski, 2nd team (3.43) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, Hon. Mention Brittani McCullough, Hon. Mention Mizuki Sato, Hon. Mention Niki Tom, Hon. Mention Lichelle Wong, Hon. Mention Aisha Gerber, 2nd team (3.62) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, 2nd team (3.41) Mizuki Sato, Hon. Mention Allison Taylor, Hon. Mention Niki Tom, Hon. Mention Ariana Berlin, 1st team (3.55) Marci Bernholtz, Hon. Mention Mizuki Sato, Hon. Mention Niki Tom, Hon. Mention Ariana Berlin, 2nd team (3.50) Kristina Comforte, 2nd team (3.37) Tasha Schwikert, 2nd team (3.22) Natalie Padilla, Hon. Mention Ashley Peckett, 1st team (3.75) Michelle Selesky, 2nd team (3.73)

2003

2002

2001 1999 1998 1997

1996 1995 1994 1993

1992 1991

Ariana Berlin, Hon. Mention Kristina Comforte, Hon. Mention Janelle Dantzscher, Hon. Mention Tasha Schwikert, Hon. Mention Kate Richardson, 1st team (3.66) Ashley Peckett, 2nd team (3.67) Kate Richardson, 1st team (3.78) Christie Tedmon, 1st team (3.72) Kristen Maloney, Hon. Mention Ashley Peckett, Hon. Mention Jamie Williams, 1st team (3.85) Holly Murdock, 2nd team (3.84) Kate Richardson, 2nd team (3.74) Christie Tedmon, 2nd team (3.71) Jamie Dantzscher, Hon. Mention Kristen Maloney, Hon. Mention Yvonne Tousek, Hon. Mention Kristin Parker, 1st team (3.74) Onnie Willis, 1st team (3.66) Jamie Williams, 2nd team (3.78) Alyssa Beckerman, Hon. Mention Jamie Dantzscher, Hon. Mention Christie Tedmon, Hon. Mention Yvonne Tousek, Hon. Mention Kristin Parker, 1st team (3.73) Onnie Willis, 1st team (3.66) Alyssa Beckerman, Hon. Mention Jamie Dantzscher, Hon. Mention Doni Thompson, Hon. Mention Yvonne Tousek, Hon. Mention Jamie Williams, Hon. Mention Kristin Parker, 1st team (3.75) Onnie Willis, 2nd team (3.55) Doni Thompson, Hon. Mention Susie Erickson, 2nd team (3.4) Kiralee Hayashi, 1st team (3.01) Susie Erickson, Hon. Mention Andrea Fong, Hon. Mention Leah Homma, 1st team (3.27) Carmen Tausend, 2nd team (3.48) Susie Erickson, Hon. Men. (3.34) Kiralee Hayashi, Hon. Men. (3.20) Stella Umeh, Hon. Men. (3.04) Leah Homma, 1st team (3.13) Corinne Chee, Hon. Men. (3.13) Leah Homma, 2nd team (3.18) Corinne Chee, Hon. Mention Corinne Chee, Hon. Mention Anne Dixon, Hon. Mention Carol Ulrich, 1st team (3.27) Paula Rasmussen, 2nd team (3.46) Michelle Hunt, Hon. Mention Gina Pesce, Hon. Mention Paula Rasmussen, 2nd team (3.43) Carol Ulrich, Hon. Men. (3.05) Natalie Britton, 1st team (3.49)

National Coach of the Year 2001 2000 1997 1996 1989

Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Jerry Tomlinson

National Asst. Coach of the Year 2004 2000

Chris Waller Randy Lane


UCLA ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

Sharon Shapiro (1980-82)

Kim Hamilton (1987-90)

Jill Andrews (1987-90)

Leah Homma (1994-97)

Hall of Fame Class of 1999

Hall of Fame Class of 2000

Hall of Fame Class of 2001

Hall of Fame Class of 2008

On Oct. 30, 1999, Sharon Shapiro became the first women’s gymnastics Hall of Fame inductee. Shapiro enjoyed an illustrious and historic athletic career for the Bruins. She remains the only gymnast ever to capture national titles on all four events and the all-around in the same year, a feat she accomplished at the 1980 AIAW National Championships her freshman season.

Kim (Hamilton) Anthony became UCLA’s second inductee on Oct. 21, 2000. Like Shapiro, Hamilton also set a national record that has yet to be duplicated when she won three consecutive NCAA floor exercise titles from 1987-1989. She also won the NCAA vault title in 1989.

Jill Andrews was inducted into in the Hall of Fame on Oct. 13, 2001. In 1990, Andrews became UCLA gymnastics’ second Honda Award winner, capping off a career in which she won an NCAA title on vault in 1988 and on beam in 1989. Andrews earned eight first-team AllAmerica honors in her career and was a two-time Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year.

Leah Homma was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Oct. 3, 2008. Homma competed for four years (1994-97), leading the Bruins to their first NCAA team title in 1997. Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field said Homma played “was a quiet leader who always led by example, was an unwavering hard worker, enthusiastic about her training, and always quick to help out her teammates in a quiet and unassuming manner.” Homma finished fourth in the 1997 NCAA All-Around to help bring the title to Westwood.

In 1981, Shapiro won the prestigious Broderick Award, given to the country’s top female gymnast. As a sophomore that season, she defended her all-around title and also won the individual vault crown. The following year, she earned AllAmerica honors in the all-around, vault and balance beam. Shapiro has remained a key alumna, supporter, and ambassador for UCLA and her sport since her graduation.

At the regional level, she won a school-record tying seven titles, including three each in the all-around and floor. She also won Pac-10 championships on bars and floor in both 1989 and 1988. In her career, she earned six All-America honors. Anthony has also remained a major figure in the sport, having maintained a successful career as a sports commentator for ESPN and Fox Sports and as the host of the Miami TV show “County Connection.” She is also an inspirational/ motivational speaker, and a mentor to the U.S. national gymnastics team and at-risk high school girls in Miami. Anthony published a book, Unfavorable Odds, a memoir about her journey from a background filled with drugs and violence to a Hall of Fame career at UCLA.

Andrews excelled academically as one of UCLA’s all-time great studentathletes. In 1990, she earned an NCAA post-graduate scholarship and was awarded the NCAA Top Six Award. In addition, she was a Woody Hayes National ScholarAthlete Award winner. She was also honored by the Bruin gymnastics team with an award named after her, the annual Jill Andrews award for integrity. Andrews, who graduated from the Northwestern University School of Law in 1994, was a Deputy City Attorney in San Francisco for six years, handling labor and employment litigation on behalf of the city and now currently works in legal counsel for NXP Semiconductors.

Homma’s other accomplishments included the 1994 and ‘97 Pac10 all-around titles as well as the 1996 and ‘97 Pac-10 uneven bar crowns. She was twice named Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year (1995 and ‘97) and was also an eight-time All-American. During her career, she set and reset UCLA records in the all-around and was the second UCLA gymnast to receive 10.0s in two different events. In 1997, Homma was named UCLA’s All-University Female Athlete of the Year and was a Honda Award nominee. She also excelled in the classroom, earning Pac-10 All-Academic honors on three occasions Prior to UCLA, she was a member of the Canadian National Team and the 1991 Canadian champion in the floor exercise. Homma left her eternal mark in gymnastics with three moves named after her in the international code of points: the Homma Flip on beam and the Homma Flairs on beam and floor.

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Valorie Kondos Field (1983-present) Hall of Fame Class of 2010 Valorie Kondos Field became just the second head coach ever to be inducted while still coaching at UCLA, earning induction on October 1, 2010. Upon arriving at UCLA in 1983 as a student coach, Valorie Kondos Field ascended the ranks as an assistant coach and choreographer, co-head coach (1991-94) and then sole head coach since 1995. As head coach, Kondos Field has positioned UCLA as the premier program in collegiate gymnastics by guiding it to an overall record of 494-118-3 with 13 Pac12 titles, 18 Regional crowns and six NCAA titles (1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2010), as well as 28 NCAA individual titles. In 2010, UCLA won NCAA, Regional and Pac10 championships and produced two NCAA individual champions. In 2003, the Bruins recorded an unprecedented five team scores of 198.0 or better en route to the NCAA title. The 2004 team set an NCAA Championship record by scoring 198.125 in the Super Six Team Finals. In 2001, UCLA gymnasts won the NCAA floor, uneven bars and all-around events, and every Bruin who competed earned All-America honors. That year, Kondos Field was voted the NACGC National Coach of the Year for the fourth time. Kondos Field was honored in 2016 as the Pac-12 Gymnastics Coach of the Century.


UCLA ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

Stella Umeh (1995-98)

Mohini Bhardwaj (1998-2001)

Onnie Willis (2000-03)

Jamie Dantzscher (2001-04)

Hall of Fame Class of 2012

Hall of Fame Class of 2013

Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Hall of Fame Class of 2016

Hall of Fame Class of 2017

An Oct. 12, 2012 inductee, Stella Umeh was a key member of UCLA’s first NCAA Championship team in 1997. A 10-time All-American, Umeh captured the 1995 and 1998 NCAA floor exercise titles and was dominant at the 1995 Pac-10 Championships, winning the allaround, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise titles. In 1998, she captured her second Pac-10 individual all-around title, along with individual titles in floor and beam.

Mohini Bhardwaj became the second gymnast in as many years to be inducted on Oct. 12, 2013. Bhardwaj won two NCAA team and two NCAA individual titles from 1998-2001 and finished her career as an 11-time All-American and 2001 Honda Award winner. Bhardwaj set numerous scoring records at UCLA, including scoring the second-highest all-around total in NCAA history, 39.975, in 2001. She led UCLA to NCAA team titles in 2000 and 2001 and won the uneven bars in 2000 and floor exercise in 2001. Along with winning the Honda Award in 2001, she was also the Pac-10 and West Region Gymnast of the Year and the AAI Award-winner as the nation’s top senior gymnast.

Onnie Willis received gymnastics’ third-straight induction when she joined the class of 2014 on Oct. 10, 2014. Willis was a superstar on the competition floor and in the classroom. During her four years at UCLA, she won three NCAA team championships (2000, 2001, 2003), three Pac-10 team titles (2001-03) and four NCAA Regional team titles. In 2001, she became UCLA’s firstever NCAA all-around champion, and as a senior in 2003 won the Honda Award as the best collegiate gymnast in the nation. The 2003 Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year held the school record for NCAA All-America honors with 16 and has a share of the school record on vault and floor, having scored a pair of perfect 10s on each event.

The latest Hall of Fame member, Jamie Dantzscher, was inducted on Sept. 30, 2016. Dantzscher, an Olympic bronze medalist in 2000, cemented herself in Bruin lore the very first time she chalked up for a routine, scoring a perfect 10 on uneven bars in her collegiate debut. She is believed to be the first NCAA gymnast ever to score a perfect 10 on her first routine, and she went on to earn a school-record 28 10.0s in her career, including a national record seven in a row on floor exercise in 2002.

Kristen Maloney’s legacy with UCLA Gymnastics can be summed up in the team award that was named after her - the Kristen Maloney Heart of a Champion Award. The 2000 Olympic bronze medalist fought through multiple surgeries and a nearly career-ending bone infection to become a five-time NCAA champion and nine-time All-American.

During her career, Umeh was a member of Pac-10 Championship teams in 1995 and 1997, was named the 1998 Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year and earned a total of seven All-Pac-10 honors and 10 All-America honors. Prior to arriving at UCLA, she competed for Canada at the 1992 Olympic Games and at the World Championships from 1991-93. In 1992, she qualified for event finals at the World Championships on both vault (8th place) and beam (5th place), and in 1993, she was 15th in the all-around and eighth on floor. At the national level, she was a two-time Canadian vault champion. After graduation, Umeh performed for five years with Cirque du Soleil.

Bhardwaj continued her gymnastics career after graduation, winning the 2001 U.S. National Championship on vault and helping the U.S. win a bronze medal at the 2001 World Championships. In 2004, she earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team, where she served as team captain and led the U.S. to a silver medal. She also qualified for event finals on floor exercise, where she placed sixth. Bhardwaj is now the co-owner and club director at OOA Gymnastics in Bend, Oregon.

Academically, she received the 2003 NCAA Top VIII Award as well as a NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship, and she earned Scholastic All-American honors and CoSIDA Academic All-District acclaim three times.Willis went on to earn a Ph.D in Developmental Psychology at NYU.

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Dantzscher led UCLA to three NCAA team titles (2001, 2003 and 2004) and won four NCAA individual titles of her own, including the 2002 all-around, vault and floor exercise crowns, and the 2003 uneven bars title. She also won the Pac-10 bars and floor titles in 2002 and the floor title in 2001 and was the 2002 Pac-10 Gymnast of the Year and a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic honoree. The 15-time All-American and 2004 AAI Award winner was named to the Pac-12 All-Century Team in the all-around and floor exercise.

Kristen Maloney (2001-05)

Maloney helped lead UCLA to the 2001 NCAA title as a freshman but was forced to sit out both the 2002 and 2003 seasons due to complications from the surgeries. She returned in 2004 to help the Bruins win another NCAA team title in record-breaking fashion, and in 2005 she was the Honda Award winner, as well as the National, West Region and Pac-12 Gymnast of the Year. She won three events and the all-around at the 2005 Pac-12 Championships and finished her career by winning the vault and beam titles at the NCAA Championships.


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

E Ehrlich, Michelle Erickson, Christy Erickson, Susie Evans, Susie

Liu, Ti Luba, Rachel Lucena, Amy

1982-83 2001-04 1996-99 1986

M MacArthur, Jessy Maloney, Kristen Marrow, Kareema Martin, Ashley Mavity, Yolande McCullough, Brittani McDonald, Dana McGinnis, Shawn McMullin, Karen Melcher, Dawn Meraz, Sonya Metcalf, Melissa Mink, Deborah Moneymaker, Heidi Montera, Kris Mossett, Hallie Murdock, Holly

F Faehn, Rhonda Fenton, Megan Ferrari, Janet Fischer, Dee Fong, Andrea Francis, Danusia Frattone, Tauny Frye, Jessica

1990-92 1992-95 1982-85 1993-96 1995-98 2013-16 2009-12 1988

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Dee Fischer

A Ambandos, Gigi Anderson, Kristin Andrews, Jill Antolin, Jeanette Auld, Kisha

1983-84 1986-87 1987-90 2001-04 2004-05

B Baer, Kaelie Beckerman, Alyssa Berlin, Ariana Bernholtz, Marci Berry, Kim Best, Lisa Bhardwaj, Mohini Boyiazis, Annie Bremer, Holly Britton, Natalie Brow, Matteah Bynum, Sadiqua

2009-13 2001-03 2006-09 2008-10 1983 1986 1998-2001 1985 1992-93 1988-91 2016 2012-16

2017 1991-94 2006-09 1993-96 2008 2014-17 1984-85 1982-83 2006-09 2002 2011-14 2012-15 1983-84

D D’Agostino, Angie Dantzscher, Jalynne Dantzscher, Jamie Dantzscher, Janelle Degteva, Lena DeJesus, Sophina De La Torre, Monique Dennis, Nia Dennis, Rechelle Desai, Natasha Dixon, Anne Donaldson, Laurie Dong, Lindsey Dovas, Diane Driscoll, Maura Dugas, Karli Dyson, Kaitie

1986 1981 2009-12 2014-17 2017-pres. 2017-pres. 1984-87 2018 1993-94 1988-91

Nelson, Karen Nelson, Shelley Neustadter, Laura Nguyen, Brielle Norman, Alexis

H Hall, Napualani Hamilton, Kim Hano, Felicia Harmell, Kristin Harris, Donna Hayashi, Kiralee Hedenberg, Kristin Hiley, Lisa Homma, Leah Honest, JaNay Hopfner-Hibbs, Elyse Hunt, Michelle Hyland, Tiffany

2001 2006 2001-04 2006-07 1997-2000 2013-16 2010-13 2018 2015-18 2002 1994-97 1978-80 1999-2002 1981 1986-87 2015 1999

Irvin, LaNiesha-Jopré

O’Connor, Kerry Ohashi, Katelyn

2015

2007-08 1999-01 2000-03

Raab, Carly Rasmussen, Paula Richardson, Kate Richelieu, Anjanette Ross, Kyla

1979 1979 2018 1988-91 1982-84 1980-83 2006 1982 2017-pres. 1985-86 2018-pres. 1982-85 2011-12 2017-pres. 2008-11

L Lahey, Liz Larson, Mattie Leader, Cheryl League, Suellen Lee, Caroline Lee, Christine Peng-Peng Li, Anna

Takayanagi, Chloe Tasher, Traci Tausend, Carmen Taylor, Allison Taylor, Lisa Tedmon, Christie Thompson, Carolina Thompson, Doni Thorne, Amy Tinti, Trina Tom, Niki Toronjo, Macy Tousek, Yvonne Tratz, Pauline

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2010 1988-89 1997-98 2008-11 1986 2002-05 1994 2000-03 1990-93 1984-87 2008-11 2017-pres. 2001-04 2018-pres.

U Ulrich, Carol Umeh, Stella

2007-08 2000-03 2001-04 2004-07 1989-93 2013 2011-15 2014-15 2017-pres. 1996-99 2018-pres. 2016-17 2009-13

Vanden Eykel, Lindsey Velasco, Valerie

1990-93 1995-98

Walker, Aimee Walker, Courtney Waller, Alex Waller, Lilia Whitcomb, Cassie Williams, Jamie Williams, Jordan Willis, Onnie Wilson, Peggy Winn, Lori Wong, Lichelle

2004 2004-06 2014-15 2018 2012 2001-04 2015 2000-03 1980-81 2004 2010-13

Y Yamada, Tracy Yoshino, Cathy Young, Amy

1985-87 1988-90 2000

Z Zamarripa, Vanessa Zosa, Gigi

2000-02 1990-93 2003-06 1994 2017-pres.

2017-pres. 2008-11 2016-pres. 2011-14 1987 1984 2005-08 2005-08 2004-07 1986-89 2010 2016 1980-82 1995-97 1995-97 2006 1994-95 1999 1991-93 1988

2005 1999-2002

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S Sanchez, Mercedez Sato, Mizuki Savvidou, Stella Sawa, Sydney Schier, Birgit Schwandt, Rhonda Schwikert, Jordan Schwikert, Tasha Selesky, Michelle Service, Tanya Shannon, Courtney Shapiro, Nicki Shapiro, Sharon Silvestri, Karin Smith, Amy Smith, Maranda Smyth, Sunshine Stoner, Alison Stott, Denise Strug, Lisa

2003-05 1980

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K Karasik, Le Anne Karl, Laurie Karlous, Rebecca Kelly, Renee Kemp, Donna Kitabayashi, Anne Kitasoe, Alyssa Knowles, Debbie Kocian, Madison Kodner, Pam Kooyman, Savannah Koulous, Deanne Kozai, Kassidy Kramer, Gracie Kushynski, Talia

1986-87 2016-pres.

P Padilla, Natalie Parker, Kristin Patel, Trishna Peckett, Ashley Pesce, Gina Peko, Asi Peszek, Samantha Pinches, Jennifer Pino, Giulianna Portocarrero, Luisa Poston, Kendal Preston, Madison Pritchett, Alyssa

Sutton, Jennifer Symons, Jeanette

V 1991-94 1985 1988-91 2018-pres. 1998

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2015-18 1987-90 2017-pres. 1994-96 1979-82 1996-99 1981 1996-99 1994-97 2015-18 2009-12 1990-93 2009-11

J Jenkins, Ashley Johnson, Stephanie Jones, Malia

2014-15 2001-05 1992-95 2004 1988-91 2008-11 2012-14 1987-90 1984-87 1980-81 2015-18 2015-16 1997 1997-2000 1983-84 2014-17 2003-04

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C Caire, Maria Camacho, Treena Chan, Melissa Chee, Corinne Church, Shavahn Cipra, Angi Cogan, Cathy Cogan, Karen Comforte, Kristina Conway, Michelle Courtney, Olivia Craddock, Ellette Curtis, Tracy

Galetta, Carin Geiger, Dena Gerber, Aisha Gerber, Mikaela Glenn, Anna Glenn, Grace Goldberg, Lesley Gonzalez, Sofia Graziano, Lisa Greenhut, Jennifer Greig, Danielle (2010)

2012 2011 1986-89

Michelle Selesky

2009-13 1986-89


UCLA IN NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

UCLA at World Championships

UCLA’s U.S. Senior National Champions

UCLA’s U.S. National Team Members

Year 2015

Year 2015 2014 2013 2010 2004 2002 2001

Gigi Ambandos (1979-80) Jeanette Antolin (1995-2000) Alyssa Beckerman (1997-2000) Mohini Bhardwaj (1992-97, 2001, 2004) Melissa Chan (1998, 2000) Shavahn Church (2003) Kristina Comforte (2002-03, 2005) Olivia Courtney (2007-09) Tracy Curtis (1980-81) Jamie Dantzscher (1994-2000) Sophina DeJesus (2009) Nia Dennis (2013-15) Anne Dixon (1989) Kaitie Dyson (1995-97) Rhonda Faehn (1985-88) Norah Flatley (2013-15) Margzetta Frazier (2017-18) Jennifer Greenhut (1985) Kim Hamilton (1984-85) Felicia Hano (2014) Ashley Jenkins (2003) Donna Kemp (1977-78) Madison Kocian (2009-10, 2013-16) Mattie Larson (2007-10) Anna Li (2011-12) Kristen Maloney (1993, 1995-2000) Yolande Mavity (1983-86) Brittani McCullough (2005) Kris Montera (1982) Hallie Mossett (2008, 2011) Katelyn Ohashi (2009-12) Samantha Peszek (2004-09) Misty Rosas (1987) Kyla Ross (2009-15) Jordan Schwikert (2001) Tasha Schwikert (1997-2004) Tanya Service (1982, 1984, 1987) Sharon Shapiro (1976-78, 1979-81) Doni Thompson (1992-95) Trina Tinti (1980-81, 1983) Carol Ulrich (1988) Lindsey Vanden Eykel (1999-2000) Cassie Whitcomb (2006-10) Onnie Willis (1995) Lori Winn (2000) Amy Young (1997) Vanessa Zamarripa (2010) Gigi Zosa (1982)

2014 2013 2011

2010 2009 2007

Two-time Olympic medalist Madison Kocian

2006

UCLA at the Olympic Games Year 2016 2012

2008 2004

2000

1996 1992 1988 1984

Name Madison Kocian (U.S.)

Medal 1st Team 2nd UB

Pauline Tratz (Germany)* Kyla Ross (U.S.) 1st Team Jennifer Pinches (Great Britain) Anna Li (U.S.)* Danusia Francis (Great Britain)* Peng-Peng Lee (Canada)^ Samantha Peszek (U.S.) 2nd Team Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Canada) Mohini Bhardwaj (U.S.) 2nd Team Tasha Schwikert (U.S.)* Kate Richardson (Canada) Marci Bernholtz (Canada)* Jamie Dantzscher (U.S.) 3rd Team Kristen Maloney (U.S.) 3rd Team Tasha Schwikert (U.S.) 3rd Team Alyssa Beckerman (U.S.)* Michelle Conway (Canada) Kate Richardson (Canada) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Holly Murdock (Great Britain)* Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Luisa Portocarrero (Guatemala) Stella Umeh (Canada) Rhonda Faehn (U.S.)* Gigi Zosa (Canada)

2005 2003 2002 2001

1999

1997

1996 1995 1994 1993

Name Madison Kocian (U.S.)

Medal 1st UB 1st Team Danusia Francis (Jamaica) Giulianna Pino (Ecuador) Stella Savvidou (Cyprus) Pauline Tratz (Germany) Madison Kocian (U.S.) 1st Team Kyla Ross (U.S.) 1st Team 3rd - AA Kyla Ross (U.S.) 2nd AA, UB, BB Anna Li (U.S.)† DNC, 1st-Team Danusia Francis (Great Britain) Jennifer Pinches (Great Britain) Peng-Peng Lee (Canada) Mikaela Gerber (Canada) Mattie Larson (U.S.) 2nd Team Jennifer Pinches (Great Britain) Sydney Sawa (Canada) Samantha Peszek (U.S.) 1st Team Marci Bernholtz (Canada) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Canada) Sydney Sawa (Canada) Lichelle Wong (Netherlands) Marci Bernholtz (Canada) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Canada) 3rd BB Lichelle Wong (Netherlands) Shavahn Church (Great Britain) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Canada) Tasha Schwikert (U.S.) 1st Team Ashley Peckett (Canada) Mohini Bhardwaj (U.S.) 3rd Team Tasha Schwikert (U.S.) 3rd Team Holly Murdock (Great Britain) Ashley Peckett (Canada) Kate Richardson (Canada) Jeanette Antolin (U.S.) Alyssa Beckerman (U.S.) Jamie Dantzscher (U.S.) Kristen Maloney (U.S.) Michelle Conway (Canada) Kate Richardson (Canada) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Jeanette Antolin (U.S.)† Mohini Bhardwaj (U.S.) Kristen Maloney (U.S.) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Doni Thompson (U.S.) Lena Degteva (Canada) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Lena Degteva (Canada) Luisa Portocarrero (Guatemala) Stella Umeh (Canada)

2000 1999 1998 1995 1988 1987 1986 1985 1978

Name Madison Kocian Kyla Ross Kyla Ross Mattie Larson Tasha Schwikert Tasha Schwikert Mohini Bhardwaj Tasha Schwikert Alyssa Beckerman Kristen Maloney Jamie Dantzscher Kristen Maloney Kristen Maloney Doni Thompson Rhonda Faehn Rhonda Faehn Yolande Mavity Yolande Mavity Rhonda Schwandt Sharon Shapiro

Event UB BB UB, BB FX UB AA, UB, FX V AA, BB BB V, FX UB AA AA BB V V FX V V V

UCLA’s Canadian Champions Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2002 2001 2000 2000 1999 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1984

Name Event Sydney Sawa AA, UB Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs AA Marci Bernholtz UB Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs AA, FX Aisha Gerber UB Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs BB Ashley Peckett BB Kate Richardson AA, V, UB, BB Kate Richardson V Yvonne Tousek AA, UB, FX Yvonne Tousek FX, V Lena Degteva AA Lena Degteva AA Lena Degteva BB Stella Umeh V Stella Umeh V Leah Homma FX Gigi Zosa UB

UCLA’s British Champions Year 2012 2011 2010 2001

Name Jennifer Pinches Danusia Francis Danusia Francis Holly Murdock

Event BB BB BB, FX V, BB

Other National Team Members

UCLA’s Austrian Champions Year 1986

Name Birgit Schier

Event AA

UCLA’s Dutch Champions Year 2009 2008 2006

Name Lichelle Wong Lichelle Wong Lichelle Wong

Event AA V AA, UB, FX

UCLA’s German Champions Year 2017 2016

Name Pauline Tratz Pauline Tratz

Event V V

UCLA’s Guatemalan Champions Year Name 1991-95 Luisa Portocarrero

Kyla Ross won Olympic gold in 2012 along with a total of five World Championships medals .

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Event AA

Marci Bernholtz (Canada) Shavahn Church (Great Britain) Michelle Conway (Canada) Lena Degteva (Canada) Danusia Francis (Great Britain, Jamaica) Aisha Gerber (Canada) Mikaela Gerber (Canada) Leah Homma (Canada) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Canada) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (Canada) Holly Murdock (Great Britain) Ashley Peckett (Canada) Jennifer Pinches (Great Britain) Giulianna Pino (Ecuador) Luisa Portocarrero (Guatemala) Kate Richardson (Canada) Stella Savvidou (Cyprus) Sydney Sawa (Canada) Birgit Schier (Austria) Yvonne Tousek (Canada) Pauline Tratz (Germany) Stella Umeh (Canada) Lichelle Wong (Netherlands) Gigi Zosa (Canada)


PERFECT 10S

UCLA’s Perfect 10s (126) Vault (37) Kareema Marrow - vs. Arizona, Denver, Oregon St., Jan. 22, 1994 Dee Fischer - NCAA Regionals, Apr. 13, 1996 Leah Homma - at Magical Classic, Feb. 21, 1997 Heidi Moneymaker - at Cal, Feb. 11, 2000 Onnie Willis - UCLA Invite, Feb. 20, 2000 Lena Degteva - Bruin Classic, Mar. 5, 2000 Heidi Moneymaker - Bruin Classic, Mar. 5, 2000 Onnie Willis - at Oregon State, Feb. 16, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - at Georgia, Jan. 13, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - UCLA Invite, Mar. 3, 2002 Jeanette Antolin - at Stanford, Feb. 7, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Washington, Feb. 9, 2003 Jeanette Antolin - at Arizona State, Feb. 16, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - at Arizona State, Feb. 16, 2003 Jeanette Antolin - Pac-10s, Mar. 29, 2003 Jeanette Antolin - vs. Utah, Jan. 10, 2004 Kate Richardson - at Minnesota, Jan. 25, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at Minnesota, Jan. 25, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at California, Feb. 13, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 22, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at Washington, Feb. 27, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - vs. Michigan, Mar. 7, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at Florida, Mar. 12, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at Pac-10s, Mar. 20, 2004 Kristen Maloney - at NCAA Regionals, Apr. 3, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - at NCAA Regionals, Apr. 3, 2004 Kristina Comforte - at CS Fullerton, Feb. 3, 2006 Vanessa Zamarripa - at CS Fullerton, Jan. 23, 2009 Vanessa Zamarripa - vs. Boise St., CSUF, Washington, Feb. 15, 2009 Vanessa Zamarripa - at Masters Classic, Feb. 22, 2009 Vanessa Zamarripa - at CS Fullerton, Feb. 26, 2010 Vanessa Zamarripa - at California, Jan. 15, 2012 Tauny Frattone - vs. Oklahoma, Mar. 11, 2012 Vanessa Zamarripa - NCAA Super Six, Apr. 21, 2012 Vanessa Zamarripa - at Stanford, Feb. 2, 2013 Vanessa Zamarripa - vs. Arkansas, Mar. 17, 2013 Vanessa Zamarripa - at Pac-12s, Mar. 23, 2013 Most 10s on Vault: Jeanette Antolin (12)

Uneven Bars (28) Megan Fenton - at Pac-10s, Mar. 12, 1993 Leah Homma - at Pac-10s, Mar. 22, 1997 Jamie Dantzscher - at Maui Invitational, Jan. 5, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Alabama, Cal State Fullerton, Southern Utah, Jan. 28, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - UCLA Invite, Feb. 11, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - at Michigan State, Mar. 11, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Georgia, Mar. 18, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - UCLA Invite, Mar. 3, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - Bruin Classic, Jan. 19, 2003 Yvonne Tousek - vs. Arkansas, Feb. 2, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - at Stanford, Feb. 7, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - at Arizona State, Feb. 16, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 22, 2004 Yvonne Tousek - vs. Michigan, Mar. 7, 2004 Tasha Schwikert - vs. Nebraska, Jan. 17, 2005 Kristen Maloney - vs. Florida, Mar. 6, 2005 Tasha Schwikert - at Pac-10s, Mar. 26, 2005 Anna Li - at Pac-10s, Mar. 27, 2010 Anna Li - NCAA Regionals, Apr. 10, 2010 Samantha Peszek - vs. Arizona State, Feb. 8, 2014 Kyla Ross - at Oregon State, Jan. 28, 2017 Madison Kocian - vs. Stanford, Feb. 11, 2017 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - vs. Stanford, Feb. 11, 2017 Kyla Ross - at Utah, Feb. 18, 2017 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - vs. North Carolina, Mar. 12, 2017 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at Stanford, Mar. 11, 2018 Kyla Ross - at Stanford, Mar. 11, 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 21, 2018

Perfect 10s by Gymnast

Balance Beam (19) Kristen Maloney - at Oregon State, Feb. 16, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Georgia, Mar. 18, 2001 Kate Richardson - Bruin Classic, Jan. 19, 2003 Kate Richardson - at Arizona State, Feb. 16, 2003 Kate Richardson - vs. Utah, Jan. 10, 2004 Kate Richardson - vs. ASU, CSUF, Feb. 1, 2004 Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs - at Georgia, Mar. 6, 2010 Danusia Francis - vs. Utah State, BGU, Mar. 16, 2014 Danusia Francis - vs. Stanford, Georgia, Mar. 6, 2016 Kyla Ross - vs. Utah State, Bridgeport, Feb. 20, 2017 Katelyn Ohashi - vs. California, Mar. 5, 2017 Katelyn Ohashi - vs. North Carolina, Mar. 12, 2017 Kyla Ross - at Pac-12 Championships, Mar. 18, 2017 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 15, 2017 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at Metroplex Challenge, Jan. 27, 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - vs. Oklahoma, Feb. 4, 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at Stanford, Mar. 11, 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at Pac-12 Championships, Mar. 24, 2018 Christine Peng-Peng Lee - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 21, 2018 Most 10s on Balance Beam: Christine Peng-Peng Lee (6)

Floor Exercise (42) Amy Thorne - vs. BYU, Feb. 12, 1993 Kareema Marrow - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 22, 1995 Stella Umeh - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 17, 1998 Jamie Dantzscher - at Maui Invitational, Jan. 5, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - at Maui Invitational, Jan. 5, 2001 Kristin Parker - at Stanford, Jan. 19, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - at Stanford, Jan. 19, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Utah, Jan. 21, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Alabama, Cal State Fullerton, Southern Utah, Jan. 28, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - at Oregon State, Feb. 16, 2001 Kristen Maloney - Bruin Classic, Mar. 4, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - Bruin Classic, Mar. 4, 2001 Onnie Willis - Bruin Classic, Mar. 4, 2001 Mohini Bhardwaj - vs. Georgia, Mar. 18, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - at Pac-10s, Mar. 24, 2001 Jamie Dantzscher - at CS Fullerton, Jan. 18, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Arizona State, Jan. 20, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - at Arizona, Jan. 25, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Stanford, Feb. 10, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - at Cal, Feb. 17, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 23, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - UCLA Invite, Mar. 3, 2002 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Oregon State, Jan. 2, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - Bruin Classic, Jan. 19, 2003 Kate Richardson - vs. Arkansas, Feb. 2, 2003 Onnie Willis - vs. Arkansas, Feb. 2, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Washington, Feb. 9, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - vs. Arizona, Feb. 23, 2003 Jamie Dantzscher - at NCAA Regionals, Apr. 12, 2003 Kate Richardson - vs. ASU, CSUF, Feb. 1, 2004 Kate Richardson - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 22, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 22, 2004 Jeanette Antolin - vs. Michigan, Mar. 7, 2004 Kate Richardson - at Pac-10s, Mar. 20, 2004 Tasha Schwikert - vs. Cal, Sacramento State, Cal State Fullerton, Jan. 23, 2005 Tasha Schwikert - vs. Florida, Mar. 6, 2005 Kristen Maloney - at NCAA Super Six, Apr. 22, 2005 Sydney Sawa - vs. Stanford, Feb. 22, 2014 Felicia Hano - vs. Oklahoma, Feb. 4, 2018 Katelyn Ohashi - vs. Oklahoma, Feb. 4, 2018 Katelyn Ohashi - vs. Oregon State, Feb. 25, 2018 Katelyn Ohashi - vs. San Jose State, Mar. 13, 2018 Most 10s on Floor Exercise: Jamie Dantzscher (17)

Most 10s on Uneven Bars: Jamie Dantzscher (7)

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28 14 10 9 9 8 5 5 5 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Jamie Dantzscher (Vault - 4, Bars - 7, Floor -17) Jeanette Antolin (Vault - 12, Floor - 2) Christine Peng-Peng Lee (Bars - 4, Beam - 6) Kate Richardson (Vault, Beam - 4, Floor - 4) Vanessa Zamarripa (Vault) Mohini Bhardwaj (Bars - 3, Beam - 1, Floor - 4) Kristen Maloney (Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor - 2) Katelyn Ohashi (Beam - 2, Floor - 3) Kyla Ross (Bars - 3, Beam - 2) Tasha Schwikert (Bars - 2, Floor - 2) Onnie Willis (Vault - 2, Floor - 2) Danusia Francis (Beam - 2) Leah Homma (Vault, Bars) Anna Li (Bars) Kareema Marrow (Vault, Floor) Heidi Moneymaker (Vault) Yvonne Tousek (Bars) Kristina Comforte (Vault) Lena Degteva (Vault) Megan Fenton (Bars) Dee Fischer (Vault) Tauny Frattone (Vault) Felicia Hano (Floor) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs (Beam) Madison Kocian (Bars) Kristin Parker (Floor) Samantha Peszek (Bars) Sydney Sawa (Floor) Amy Thorne (Floor) Stella Umeh (Floor)

Perfect 10s by Gymnast (Alphabetical) Jeanette Antolin - 14 (Vault - 12, Floor - 2) Mohini Bhardwaj - 8 (Bars - 3, Beam - 1, Floor - 4) Kristina Comforte - 1 (Vault - 1) Jamie Dantzscher - 28 (Vault - 4, Bars - 7, Floor -17) Lena Degteva - 1 (Vault -1) Megan Fenton - 1 (Bars - 1) Dee Fischer - 1 (Vault - 1) Danusia Francis - 2 (Beam - 2) Tauny Frattone - 1 (Vault - 1) Felicia Hano - 1 (Floor - 1) Leah Homma - 2 (Vault - 1, Bars - 1) Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs - 1 (Beam - 1) Madison Kocian - 1 (Bars - 1) Christine Peng-Peng Lee - 10 (Bars - 4, Beam - 6) Anna Li - 2 (Bars - 2) Kristen Maloney - 5 (Vault - 1, Bars - 1, Beam - 1, Floor - 2) Kareema Marrow - 2 (Vault - 1, Floor - 1) Heidi Moneymaker - 1 (Vault - 2) Katelyn Ohashi - 5 (Beam - 2, Floor 3) Kristin Parker - 1 (Floor - 1) Samantha Peszek - 1 (Bars - 1) Kate Richardson - 9 (Vault - 1, Beam - 4, Floor - 4) Kyla Ross - 5 (Bars - 3, Beam - 2) Sydney Sawa - 1 (Floor - 1) Tasha Schwikert - 4 (Bars - 2, Floor - 2) Amy Thorne - 1 (Floor - 1) Yvonne Tousek - 2 (Bars - 2) Stella Umeh - 1 (Floor - 1) Onnie Willis - 4 (Vault - 2, Floor - 2) Vanessa Zamarripa - 9 (Vault - 9)


TOP MARKS Vault 1. 10.0

Bars 1. 10.0

Vanessa Zamarripa Tauny Frattone Kristina Comforte Jeanette Antolin Kristen Maloney Kate Richardson Jamie Dantzscher Onnie Willis Heidi Moneymaker Lena Degteva Leah Homma Dee Fischer Kareema Marrow

2013 2012 2006 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2000 2000 1997 1996 1994

Kyla Ross Christine Peng-Peng Lee Madison Kocian Samantha Peszek Anna Li Kristen Maloney Tasha Schwikert Jamie Dantzscher Yvonne Tousek Mohini Bhardwaj Leah Homma Megan Fenton

2018 2018 2017 2014 2010 2005 2005 2004 2004 2001 1997 1993

Team Total 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

198.875 198.575 198.400 198.350 198.325 198.275

7. 198.250 8. 198.175 9. 198.125 10. 198.075

Beam 1. 10.0

9. 9.975

1. 49.725 2. 49.700

3. 49.675 4. 49.650 5. 49.625 6. 49.575

7. 49.550

8. 49.525

9. 49.500

10. 49.475

2018 2017 2017 2016 2010 2004 2001 2001 2016 2015 2010 2005 2003 1995

Floor 1. 10.0

All-Around 1. 39.975 2. 39.900 3. 39.875 4. 39.850 5. 39.825 7. 39.800 8. 39.775 10. 39.750

Team Total - Vault 2/22/04 2/9/03 2/16/03 3/3/02 3/7/04 3/13/18 1/19/03 3/12/04 2/16/01 3/29/03 2/2/03 2/11/17 4/16/04 4/21/18 2/25/18

Christine Peng-Peng Lee Kyla Ross Katelyn Ohashi Danusia Francis Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs Kate Richardson Mohini Bhardwaj Kristen Maloney Sophina DeJesus Peng-Peng Lee Vanessa Zamarripa Tasha Schwikert Onnie Willis Leah Homma

Team Total - Bars 4/3/04 2/16/03 2/9/03 3/3/02 3/12/04 2/8/04 1/10/03 3/5/00 3/13/18 2/22/04 1/15/12 3/13/11 2/22/09 2/27/04 2/16/01 3/24/12 1/8/12 4/10/10 4/21/12 2/15/09 1/23/09 4/16/04 1/19/03 3/18/01 4/13/00 3/12/95 2/4/18 2/11/17 2/28/15 4/19/13 3/23/13 3/17/13 3/11/12 1/22/12 4/16/11 4/9/05 1/7/05 3/7/04 1/25/04 4/1/00 3/18/00 3/7/15 3/7/14 2/26/12 2/5/12 1/23/05 4/7/01

1. 49.825 2. 49.750 3. 49.725

5. 49.650

6. 49.6375 7. 49.625

8. 49.600 9. 49.575

10. 49.550

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2018 2018 2014 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2001 1998 1995 1993

Mohini Bhardwaj Jamie Dantzscher Jeanette Antolin Kate Richardson Kristen Maloney Tasha Schwikert Onnie Willis Vanessa Zamarripa Heidi Moneymaker Leah Homma

2001 2002 2004 2004 2005 2005 2003 2012 2000 1996

Team Total - Beam 2/22/04 1/5/01 2/11/17 1/17/05 2/25/07 1/28/01 2/6/00 4/15/04 3/7/04 3/23/02 3/24/01 4/21/18 3/13/18 1/19/03 3/18/00 3/12/04 3/18/01 3/29/03 2/9/03 3/9/01 3/5/00 3/5/17 1/28/17 4/10/10 2/14/10 2/17/02 1/21/01

4. 49.700

Katelyn Ohashi Felicia Hano Sydney Sawa Kristen Maloney Tasha Schwikert Kate Richardson Jeanette Antolin Jamie Dantzscher Onnie Willis Mohini Bhardwaj Kristin Parker Stella Umeh Kareema Marrow Amy Thorne

1. 49.750 2. 49.725 3. 49.700 4. 49.650 5. 49.625 6. 49.600 7. 49.575

8. 49.550

9. 49.5375 10. 49.525

Team Total - Floor 4/21/18 2/25/18 2/16/03 2/16/01 3/6/10 1/19/03 1/27/18 2/9/03 3/24/18 4/16/04 3/11/18 3/18/17 3/21/16 3/6/05 2/27/04 2/7/03 2/2/03 4/20/01 3/5/17 2/18/17 4/4/15 1/15/12 2/1/04 2/22/04 4/20/18 2/10/18 2/4/18 1/20/18 2/21/15 2/22/14 3/25/06 3/12/04 1/19/04 1/10/04 4/25/03

1. 2. 3. 4.

49.875 49.850 49.775 49.725

5. 49.700 6. 49.675

7. 49.650

8. 49.625

9. 49.600

10. 49.575

2/22/04 3/4/01 2/25/18 3/29/03 2/2/03 3/3/02 3/24/01 3/7/04 2/4/18 2/9/03 1/28/01 3/12/17 2/23/03 2/16/01 2/25/17 3/7/15 3/16/03 1/5/01 2/6/00 3/11/18 2/6/16 2/26/12 1/23/05 2/13/04 3/18/01 1/21/01 3/20/99 3/4/18 3/15/09 3/6/05 4/16/04 4/12/03 1/2/03 2/23/02


UCLA’s GYMNASTICS ARENAS

Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom

John Wooden Center

Home to Bruin athletic teams since 1965, Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom is regarded as one of the finest all-around collegiate facilities in the nation and has been the site of numerous illustrious events, from NCAA Championships, Olympic gymnastics, presidential debates to award shows.

One of the most attractive buildings on the UCLA campus is the John Wooden Center, a 136,000 square foot recreation complex, named after the legendary UCLA basketball coach.

In 1984, the eyes of the world watched as Peter Vidmar, Mitch Gaylord and Tim Daggett led the USA men’s gymnastics team to its first ever gold medal. All-around gold medalist Mary Lou Retton captured the hearts of the world with her gutty performance and bubbly personality.

The building serves students, faculty and staff and is a practice site for the Bruin gymnastics team. For the 2012 season, while Pauley Pavilion was undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation, the John Wooden Center hosted UCLA home events for the gymnastics, women’s basketball and men’s and women’s volleyball teams.

In addition, Pauley Pavilion has served as the site for numerous NCAA events as well as concerts, weddings and the 1988 Presidential Debate between George Bush and Michael Dukakis. In 1994, Pauley Pavilion hosted the 75th Anniversary Convocation celebrating UCLA’s years of academic achievement in which the keynote speaker was President Bill Clinton.

Inside the building are nine racquetball courts, two squash courts, a rock-climbing wall, a strength and conditioning room, a basketball gymnasium with three regulation courts and seating for 2,000 people, a volleyball and badminton gymnasium, three dance studios, a gymnastics training center, a matted room for Judo and Karate classes, locker room and saunas, and numerous meeting rooms.

Pauley Pavilion is home to the UCLA Gymnastics team and was the site of the 1984, 1998, 2004 and 2013 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships. In 2004, UCLA made history in its home arena by winning the national title in Pauley Pavilion with a Championship record score. The UCLA men’s gymnastics team won both of their NCAA titles in Pauley Pavilion in 1984 and 1987.

The office phone number for the Wooden Center is (310) 206-8307.

The arena underwent a multi-million dollar renovation at the top of the decade and reopened in November 2012.

Pauley Pavilion Records Vault

Bars

10.0

10.0

Dee Fischer (UCLA), 4/13/96 Susan Hines (Florida), 2x, last 4/17/98 Karin Lichey (Georgia), 4/17/98 Onnie Willis (UCLA), 2x, last 3/3/02 Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA), 2x, last 2/9/03 Elise Ray (Michigan), 3/3/02 Courtney Norman (Minnesota), 3/3/02 Carolyn Yernberg (Minnesota), 3/3/02 Annabeth Eberle (Utah), 1/10/04 Jeanette Antolin (UCLA), 5x, last 3/7/04 Vanessa Zamarripa (UCLA), 2x, last 3/17/13 Brittany Rogers (Georgia), 3/6/16 Brenna Dowell (Oklahoma), 2/4/18 Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA), 2x, last 3/18/01 Carly Dockendorf (Washington), 3/29/03 Elizabeth Jillson (Oregon State), 3/29/03 Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA), 4x, last 2/22/04 Yvonne Tousek (UCLA), 2x, last 3/7/04 Tasha Schwikert (UCLA), 1/17/05 Kristen Maloney (UCLA), 3/6/05 Liz Tricase (Stanford), 3/5/06 Anna Li (UCLA), 4/10/10 Samantha Peszek ((UCLA), 2/8/14 Madison Kocian (UCLA), 2/11/17 Christine Peng-Peng Lee (UCLA), 2x, last 3/12/17

Beam

10.0

Floor

10.0

AA Team

39.975 198.875

Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA), 3/18/01 Kate Richardson (UCLA), 3x, last 2/1/04 Courtney McCool (Georgia), 3/8/09 Danusia Francis (UCLA), 2x, last 3/6/16 Kyla Ross (UCLA), 2/20/17 Katelyn Ohashi (UCLA), 2x, last 3/12/17 Christine Peng-Peng Lee (UCLA), 2/4/18 Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma), 2/4/18 Maggie Nichols, (Oklahoma), 2/4/18 Stella Umeh (UCLA), 4/17/98 Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA), 3x, last 3/18/01 Kristen Maloney (UCLA), 3/5/01 Onnie Willis (UCLA), 3x, last 2/2/03 Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA), 8x, last 2/23/03 Chrissy Lamun (Oregon State), 3/29/03 Jeanette Antolin (UCLA), 2x, last 3/7/04 Kate Richardson (UCLA), 4x, last 2/22/04 Tasha Schwikert (UCLA), 2x, last 3/6/05 Sydney Sawa (UCLA), 2/22/14 Felicia Hano (UCLA), 2/4/18 Katelyn Ohashi (UCLA), 3x, last 3/13/18 Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA), 3/18/01 UCLA, 2/22/04

Pauley Pavilion was the site of the 1984 Olympic Games and the 2013, 2004, 1998 and 1984 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2018 Overall Record: 22-2; Dual Meet Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

3/22 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 2nd .........................197.350 4/5 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.500 4/18 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 6th ..........................196.400

2014

2010 NCAA Champions Overall Record: 17-3; Dual Meet Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Overall Record: 13-6; Dual Meet Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... Ohio State................................. W ............ 196.250-193.200 1/14 ..... at Elevate the Stage Reno .......... 1st ..........................197.200 Utah (196.975), Washington (195.725), Stanford (195.350) 1/20 ..... at Arizona ................................. W ............. 197.300-195.750 1/27 ..... at Metroplex Challenge .............. 1st ..........................197.625 LSU (197.375), Washington (196.525), NC State (195.825) 2/4 ....... Oklahoma ................................. L .............. 197.950-198.050 2/10 ..... at California .............................. W ............. 197.750-197.225 2/18 ..... Utah ......................................... L .............. 197.425-197.550 2/25 ..... Oregon State ........................... W ............. 198.075-196.525 3/4 ....... at Masters Classic ..................... 1st ..........................197.500 Nebraska (197.175), Iowa State (195.575), Kent State (194.700) 3/11 ..... at Stanford................................ W ............ 197.800-196.650 3/13 ..... San Jose State .......................... W ............. 198.275-194.850 3/24 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.500 4/7 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.650 4/20 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 1st ........................197.5625 4/21.......at NCAA Super Six.................... 1st.........................198.0750

2017 Overall Record: 13-4-1; Dual Meet Record: 9-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/7 ....... Arkansas .................................. W ........... 195.7.00-195.350 1/15 ..... at Oklahoma ............................. L .............. 196.825-198.025 1/28 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ............. 197.325-196.700 2/4 ....... at Arizona State ......................... W ............. 197.150-194.600 2/11 ..... Stanford ................................... W ............. 198.125-194.175 2/18 ..... at Utah ..................................... L .............. 197.500-197.875 2/20 ..... Utah State (195.700)................. 1st ..........................195.875 Bridgeport (193.225) 2/25 ..... Arizona ..................................... W ............. 197.725-196.275 3/5 ....... California .................................. W ............. 197.525-196.800 3/12 ..... North Carolina ........................... W ............ 197.800-195.400 3/18 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... T-3rd .......................197.100 4/1 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................196.800 4/14 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 2nd .......................197.5000 4/15 ..... at NCAA Super Six Team Finals .. 4th ........................197.2625

2016 Overall Record: 13-5; Dual Meet Record: 6-5 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/10 ..... Alabama ................................... W ............ 196.550-196.300 1/15 ..... at Florida .................................. L .............. 196.925-197.675 1/23 ..... at Arizona ................................. W ............. 196.800-196.475 2/1 ....... at California .............................. L .............. 195.175-196.375 2/6 ....... Utah ......................................... W ............. 197.100-197.075 2/13 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ............. 197.475-196.225 2/21 ..... at Washington ........................... W ............. 196.675-196.450 2/27 ..... at Arizona State ......................... W ............. 196.625-192.950 3/6 ....... Stanford (197.400).................... 3rd ..........................196.825 Georgia (197.025) 3/13 ..... Oklahoma ................................. L ............. 197.200-197.950 3/19 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.250 4/2 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 2nd .........................196.375 4/15 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 3rd ..........................196.700 4/16 ..... at NCAA Super Six Team Finals .. 5th ..........................196.825

2015 Overall Record: 17-2; Dual Meet Record: 8-1 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/12 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ............ 196.000-195.450 1/19 ..... Arizona ..................................... W ............. 195.975-195.300 1/23 ..... at Utah ..................................... L .............. 194.725-196.725 2/1 ....... California .................................. W ............. 196.800-195.425 2/9 ....... Washington............................... W ............. 197.000-194.500 2/14 ..... at Stanford................................ W ............. 197.075-196.225 2/21 ..... Nebraska (196.650) .................. 1st ..........................197.050 Sacramento State (194.150), Bridgeport (192.575) 2/28 ..... at Arizona State ......................... W ............. 197.350-194.250 3/7 ....... Stanford ................................... W ............. 197.950-196.625 3/13 ..... at Arkansas............................... W ............ 197.175-195.900

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/11 ..... Florida ...................................... L ............. 196.625-196.650 1/19 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ............. 196.425-195.625 1/25 ..... at Utah ..................................... L .............. 195.875-197.125 1/31 ..... at California .............................. W ............. 196.575-195.550 2/8 ....... Arizona State ............................ W ............. 196.925-194.950 2/16 ..... at Washington ........................... W ............. 196.675-195.650 2/22 ..... Stanford ................................... W ............. 196.900-196.250 3/1 ....... at Arizona ................................. W ............. 197.500-196.250 3/7 ....... at Michigan (197.825) ............... 2nd .........................197.475 Utah (197.350) 3/16 ..... Utah State (196.000)................. 1st .........................197.050 Bowling Green (194.175) 3/22 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 4th ..........................196.525 4/5 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 2nd .........................196.600 4/18 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 5th ..........................197.000

2013 Overall Record: 16-5; Dual Meet Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... Southern Utah ........................... W .............. 196.15-194.875 1/12 ..... Utah ......................................... W ............. 197.425-195.300 1/25 ..... at Arizona State ......................... W ............. 196.375-195.600 2/2 ....... at Stanford................................ W ............. 196.925-196.200 2/10 ..... Washington (195.950)............... 1st .........................196.950 UC Davis (194.675), Sacramento State (193.925) 2/16 ..... at Oregon State ......................... L .............. 196.075-196.725 2/22 ..... at Oklahoma ............................. L .............. 197.200-198.375 3/1 ....... at Alabama ............................... L .............. 196.375-197.075 3/10 ..... Michigan (197.550)................... 2nd .........................197.075 California (194.925), Iowa State (194.650) 3/17 Arkansas .................................. W ............. 197.425-196.600 3/23 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 2nd .........................197.375 4/6 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 2nd .........................196.950 4/19 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... T-2nd ......................197.200 4/20 ..... at NCAA Super Six Team Finals .. 4th .........................197.100

2012 Overall Record: 17-2-1; Dual Meet Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/8 ....... Utah ......................................... W ............ 196.075-196.025 1/15 ..... at California .............................. W ............. 196.675-192.500 1/22 ..... San Jose State .......................... W ............. 197.575-193.200 1/27 ..... at Washington ........................... L ............. 194.600-195.350 2/5 ....... Stanford ................................... W ............. 197.250-196.450 2/10 ..... at IGI/Chicago Style Classic ........ 1st .........................196.850 Boise State (196.025), Missouri (195.525), Illinois (195.100) 2/17 ..... at Oregon State (196.775) ......... T-1st .......................196.775 California (192.350) 2/26 ..... Arizona State ............................ W ............. 198.050-194.850 3/2 ....... at Georgia................................. L .............. 196.975-197.700 3/11 ..... Oklahoma ................................ W ............. 197.525-196.475 3/24 ..... at Pac-12 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.425 4/7 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.225 4/20 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 1st ..........................197.400 4/21 ..... at NCAA Super Six Team Finals .. 3rd .........................197.750

2011 Overall Record: 16-8; Dual Meet Record: 3-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/7 ....... at Utah ..................................... L .............. 195.300-195.700 1/9 ....... Pac-10 Challenge ..................... 2nd .........................195.925 1/14 ..... at Southern Utah ....................... L ................ 194.425-194.75 1/23 ..... at Stanford................................ L .............. 194.825-196.200 1/28 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ............. 196.675-196.625 2/11 ..... at IGI/Chicago Style ................... 3rd ..........................196.300 ............. Stanford (196.475), Oregon State (196.350) 2/21 ..... NC State ................................... W ............. 197.475-195.025 2/27 ..... Minnesota (194.475)................. 1st ..........................196.650 ............. Denver (193.850) 3/6 ....... Georgia (196.175)..................... 2nd .........................195.750 ............. Arizona (194.125) 3/13 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ............. 197.050-191.050 3/19 ..... Pac-10 Championships ............. 2nd .........................196.750 4/2 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.425 4/15 ..... at NCAA Semifinals ................... 3rd ..........................196.500 4/23 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 2nd .........................197.375

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Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... Utah ......................................... W ............. 196.600-195.125 1/15 ..... at Washington ........................... W ............. 196.125-194.875 1/22 ..... at California (190.375) .............. 1st ..........................194.425 San Jose State (191.950) 1/24 ..... at Stanford................................ L .............. 195.825-196.425 1/31 ..... Arizona State ............................ W ............. 196.550-193.475 2/5 ....... Arizona ..................................... W ............. 196.725-193.800 2/14 ..... Stanford ................................... L .............. 195.625-195.975 2/21 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ............. 197.375-196.325 2/26 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton (191.750) ..... 1st ..........................197.250 Utah State (188.700) 3/6 ....... at Georgia................................. L .............. 197.875-197.900 3/14 ..... Michigan St. (195.950).............. 1st ..........................196.525 Cal St. Fullerton (193.875) 3/27 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.350 4/10 ..... NCAA Regionals ........................ 1st ..........................197.825 4/22 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ..........................196.875 4/23 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 1st ..........................197.725

2009 Overall Record: 17-3; Dual Meet Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... at Utah ..................................... L ............. 196.075- 196.175 1/18 ..... Arizona ..................................... W ............ 196.325- 193.675 1/23 ..... at CS Fullerton .......................... W ................. 196.6-193.875 1/25 ..... California .................................. W ............. 197.125-190.575 1/30 ..... at Arizona Sate .......................... W ............ 196.225- 193.075 2/15 ..... Quad Meet................................ 1st ..........................196.375 Boise State (195.7), Washington (194.4), Cal St. Fullerton (193.15) 2/22 ..... at Master’s Classic .................... 2nd .......... 196.125-196.225 2/27 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ............. 196.575-196.350 3/8 ....... Georgia .................................... L .............. 196.125-197.725 3/15 ..... Nebraska .................................. W ............. 196.625-195.850 3/21 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..........................196.725 4/4 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 2nd .........................196.625 4/16 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 4th ..........................196.625

2008 Overall Record: 18-6; Dual Meet Record: 8-5 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/4 ....... at Lady Luck Invitational ............ 1st ..........................194.975 Oregon State (193.875), Arizona State (192.475) 1/20 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton (191.025) ..... 1st ..........................196.125 Brown (183.025), Wisconsin-Eau Claire (176.525) 1/27 ..... Stanford ................................... W ............. 195.050-195.025 2/1 ....... at Washington ........................... W ............. 195.975-194.425 2/8 ....... at IGI Chicago Style Meet ........... 1st ..........................196.875 Stanford (196.700), Illinois (194.775), Washington (194.250) 2/17 ..... at California .............................. W ............. 195.225-189.425 2/22 ..... at Arizona ................................. W ............. 196.575-196.050 2/24 ..... Utah ......................................... L .............. 195.825-197.450 3/2 ....... Oregon State ............................ W ............. 196.775-195.950 3/9 ....... Quad Meet................................ 3rd ..........................195.800 Arkansas (196.425), Alabama (195.925), Cal St. Fullerton (192.625) 3/15 ..... at Georgia................................. L .............. 196.925-197.900 3/29 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 3rd ..........................196.200 4/12 ..... at NCAA Regionals .................... 2nd .........................196.625 4/24 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 4th ..........................196.725

2007 Overall Record: 15-6; Dual Meet Record: 6-6 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... Washington............................... W ................. 194.0-188.175 1/12 ..... at Utah ..................................... L .............. 195.976-196.325 1/15 ..... Stanford ................................... L .............. 195.525-196.975 1/19 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton (190.425) ..... 1st ............................196.05 San Jose State (189.175) 1/21 ..... Arizona ..................................... W ............... 196.75-193.075 1/26 ..... at Arizona State ......................... W ............. 195.725-195.275


ALL-TIME RESULTS 2/10 ..... at Denver.................................. L ...................... 194.8-194.9 2/16 ..... at Oregon State ......................... L ................ 196.375-196.65 2/25 ..... John Wooden Challenge ............ 1st ............................196.25 Denver (193.7), California (192.45), Cal St. Fullerton (191.925) 3/4 ....... Georgia .................................... W ................... 197.15-197.0 3/9 ....... at Alabama ............................... L .............. 196.475-197.225 3/25 ..... at Stanford................................ L ................ 196.25-196.825 3/31 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..............................197.2 4/14 ..... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................195.975 4/26 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 3rd ..........................196.475 4/27 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 4th ..........................196.925

3/7 ....... Michigan .................................. W ............. 198.325-195.725 3/12 ..... at Florida .................................. W ............... 198.25-198.225 3/20 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 2nd .........................197.875 4/3 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.325 4/15 ..... NCAA Prelims ........................... 1st ..........................197.675 4/16 ..... NCAA Super Six ........................ 1st ..........................198.125

2003 NCAA Champions Overall Record: 19-2-1; Dual Meet Record: 8-1-1 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

2006 Overall Record: 21-6; Dual Meet Record: 11-5 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/3 ....... at Hawaiian Classic ................... 1st ..........................193.775 Oregon State (191.925), Arkansas (190.625), Washington (190.425), California (189.35), Sacramento St. (188.075) 1/7 ....... Utah ......................................... L ............... 193.85-194.875 1/20 ..... at Washington ........................... W ................... 194.6-190.65 1/22 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ................. 196.075-195.4 2/3 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ............... 195.925-190.05 2/10 ..... at California (190.85) ................ 1st ..............................196.5 Sacramento State (192.5), UC Davis (190.3) 2/12 ..... Washington............................... W .................. 195.55-193.2 2/17 ..... at Georgia................................. L .................. 195.2-197.525 2/19 ..... Arizona State (194.575) ............ 1st ..........................196.675 Cal St. Fullerton (189.8), UC Davis (187.925) 2/24 ..... at Arizona ................................. L .................... 194.7-195.35 3/5 ....... Stanford (195.95)...................... 2nd ...........................195.15 San Jose State (193.225) 3/17 ..... at LSU ..................................... L .............. 195.975-196.825 3/25 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 2nd .............................196.8 4/8 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 3rd ..........................195.175

2005 Overall Record: 20-3; Dual Meet Record: 14-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/7 ....... at Utah ..................................... L .................. 197.3-197.675 1/14 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ................. 194.5-192.875 1/17 ..... Nebraska .................................. W ................. 197.05-192.65 1/23 ..... California (191.175) .................. 1st ............................197.15 Sacramento St. (190.375), Cal St. Fullerton (190.325) 1/28 ..... at Arizona State ........................ W ................. 194.275-193.4 2/4 ....... at Michigan............................... L ................. 195.25-196.25 2/11 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ................. 191.4-189.825 2/13 ..... Washington............................... W ................. 196.575-192.6 2/18 ..... at Stanford................................ W ................. 196.3-194.625 2/27 ..... Georgia (196.5)......................... 2nd .............................196.1 Arizona (193.625) 3/6 ....... Florida ...................................... W ................. 197.85-196.65 3/19 ..... at Arkansas (195.625) ............... 1st ............................196.85 Nebraska (196.625), Oregon State (195.55) 3/26 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..............................197.1 4/9 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.025 4/21 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 2nd .........................197.025 4/22 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 4th ............................197.15

2004 NCAA Champions Overall Record: 15-5; Dual Meet Record: 10-4 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

2000 Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/2 ....... Oregon State ........................... W ................. 197.6-195.675 1/10 ..... at Utah ..................................... W ............... 197.225-196.75 1/17 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ..................... 194.1-193.9 1/19 ..... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ..........................198.275 California (192.95), Cal St. Fullerton (191.525), UC Davis (189.675) 1/24 ..... at Oregon State ......................... L ................ 195.475-195.75 2/2 ....... Arkansas .................................. W ............. 198.175-193.475 2/7 ....... at Stanford................................ T .................. 197.45-197.45 2/9 ....... Washington............................... W ................. 198.575-194.8 2/16 ..... at Arizona State ......................... W ................... 198.4-198.15 2/23 ..... Arizona ..................................... W ................. 197.4-195.275 3/7 ....... at Michigan............................... W ............... 197.25-196.775 3/16 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 2nd .........................196.725 Oklahoma (197.475), UNC (193.75), Rhode Island (189.825) 3/29 ..... Pac-10 Championships ............. 1st ..........................198.175 4/12 ..... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..............................197.7 4/24 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ............................196.95 4/25 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 1st ..........................197.825

2002 Overall Record: 22-5; Dual Meet Record: 7-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/11 ..... at Super Six Challenge .............. 3rd ............................195.65 Georgia (196.525), Alabama (195.725), Florida (194.6), LSU (193.825), Penn State (193.375) 1/13 ..... at Georgia ................................ L .................. 196.875-197.9 1/18 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton (191.95) ....... 1st ..........................192.775 Boise State (189.4) 1/20 ..... Arizona State ........................... W ............ 195.325-192.125 1/25 ..... at Arizona ................................ L .................. 195.1-195.175 2/10 ..... Stanford .................................. W ............. 196.925-195.025 2/17 ..... at UC Invitational ....................... 1st ..........................194.825 California (192.825), UC Davis (190.55), UCSB (185.5) 2/23 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ............... 197.55-194.925 3/1 ....... at Washington (195.0) ............... 1st ............................197.05 Seattle-Pacific (191.775) 3/4 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................198.35 Michigan (196.775), Minnesota (196.2), Cal St. Fullerton (194.075) 3/16 ..... at Alabama ............................... L .................... 197.0-197.65 3/23 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.625 4/6 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.425 4/18 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 2nd .............................197.1 4/19 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 3rd ............................197.15

2001 NCAA Champions Overall Record: 23-2; Dual Meet Record: 10-1 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/10 ..... at Utah ..................................... L ................ 196.375-197.35 1/16 ..... at Arizona ................................. L .............. 194.625-196.725 1/19 ..... at Georgia................................. W ............... 197.85-197.475 1/25 ..... at Minnesota ............................. W ............... 197.55-196.325 2/1 ....... Arizona State (195.925) ............ 1st ............................197.55 Cal St. Fullerton (191.95) 2/8 ....... Stanford .................................. W ............. 197.975-196.425 2/13 ..... at California (195.0) .................. 1st ..............................197.8 Seattle-Pacific (190.025) 2/20 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................. 193.6-194.275 2/22 ..... Oregon State ............................ W ............. 198.875-197.175 2/27 ..... at Washington ........................... L .................. 197.1-197.225

1/14 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ................. 196.825-192.9 1/19 ..... at Stanford ............................... W ............ 196.925-194.675 1/21 ..... Utah ........................................ W ..................... 197.5-195.7 1/26 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................... 196.0-196.35 1/28 ..... Alabama (196.975) ................... 1st ..............................197.5 Cal St. Fullerton (194.4), Southern Utah (191.525) 2/11 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................196.85 Washington (194.675), Cal St. Fullerton (194.575), Arizona (194.4) 2/16 ..... at Oregon State ........................ W ............... 198.25-196.375 3/4 ....... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ..............................197.7 California (195.025), Utah State (192.225), UCSB (188.575) 3/9 ....... at Michigan .............................. W ................. 197.7-197.125 3/11 ..... at Michigan State ..................... W ................. 195.475-194.0 3/18 ..... Georgia .................................... W ............. 197.475-197.375 3/24 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 2nd .............................197.8 4/7 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.775 4/19 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ..........................197.625 4/20 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 1st ..........................197.575

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/5 ....... at Maui Invitational .................... 1st ..............................196.2 Nebraska (194.95), Arizona State (191.525)

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NCAA Champions Overall Record: 25-5; Dual Meet Record: 9-1 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/8 ....... at Super Six Challenge .............. 5th ..........................193.225 Alabama (195.75), Georgia (195.4), Michigan (194.925), Nebraska (193.325), Florida (193.025) 1/14 ..... at Arizona (192.675) ................. 1st ..............................196.3 Central Michigan (191.85), Iowa (190.775) 1/17 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ............. 195.925-191.575 1/28 ..... Arizona State ........................... W ............... 196.65-191.575 2/6 ....... Stanford .................................. W ................. 197.8-193.725 2/12 ..... at UC Invitational ...................... 1st ..........................196.425 California (192.175), UC Davis (187.55), UCSB (185.15) 2/14 ..... at Utah .................................... L ................. 195.15-196.35 2/20 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..........................196.925 Cal St. Fullerton (194.025), Oregon State (193.375), San Jose State (190.0) 2/27 ..... at Washington (196.175) ........... 1st ............................196.45 Sacramento State (191.125), Alaska-Anchorage (182.475) 3/5 ....... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ..........................197.575 Michigan (196.975), Illinois-Chicago (192.5), UCSB (189.95) 3/18 ..... at Pac-10 Championships ......... 1st ..............................197.7 4/1 ....... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.025 4/13 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ............................197.25 4/14 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 1st ..............................197.3

1999 Overall Record: 20-5; Dual Meet Record: 8-5 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/8 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................... 191.15-179.0 1/10 ..... Georgia ................................... L ..................... 193.5-195.8 1/16 ..... at Penn State (193.825) ............ 2nd .........................193.525 New Hampshire (190.85) 1/22 ..... at Oregon State ........................ W ............... 194.575-194.45 1/31 ..... Washington (191.475)............... 1st ............................192.35 Maryland (188.4), UCSB (183.575) 2/5 ....... at Stanford (194.05) .................. 2nd .............................193.9 Penn State (191.65) 2/12 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................. 194.4-196.325 2/20 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..........................194.275 Arizona (192.575), Florida (190.475), Cal St. Fullerton (187.375) 3/7 ....... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ..............................196.5 Michigan St. (193.05), Kentucky (191.95), California (191.525) 3/13 ..... at Michigan (197.4) ................... 2nd ............................195.7 Rutgers (189.075) 3/20 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..........................197.775 4/10 ..... at NCAA Regionals .................... 1st ..........................197.025 4/17 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ..........................196.425 4/18 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 5th ...........................195.85


ALL-TIME RESULTS

1998 Overall Record: 16-6; Dual Meet Record: 5-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... at Georgia ................................ L ............. 194.025-195.675 1/18 ..... Arizona State (191.175) ............ 1st ............................193.15 Denver (184.225), UCSB (181.1) 1/23 ..... at Arizona ................................. W ............... 192.875-191.55 2/7 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..............................195.4 Stanford (194.3), Michigan (192.6), Cornell (178.125) 2/13 ..... at California ............................. W ..................... 195.3-188.7 2/22 ..... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ............................194.55 Oregon State (192.55), Penn State (190.8), Cal St. Fullerton (189.275) 2/27 ..... at Washington .......................... L .................. 194.425-195.9 3/6 ....... at Shanico Inn-Vitational ............ 2nd .............................194.5 Oregon State (195.45), George Washington (187.925), SeattlePacific (185.625) 3/21 ..... Pac-10 Championships ............. 4th .............................194.7 4/4 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd ............................195.1 4/16 ..... NCAA Prelims ........................... 1st .........................196.925 4/17 ..... NCAA Super Six ........................ 5th ............................195.75

1997 NCAA Champions Overall Record: 23-2; Dual Meet Record: 3-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/10 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ................. 191.5-189.175 1/12 ..... Georgia ................................... L ................ 195.725-196.95 1/17 ..... at Stanford ............................... W ............. 195.625-193.225 1/24 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................... 194.45-195.1 2/1 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................195.15 ............. LSU (192.725), California (190.8), UCSB (186.725) 2/15 ..... BYU ......................................... W ................. 194.125-193.7 2/21 ..... at Magical Classic ..................... 1st ..........................196.925 Florida (195.1), Kentucky (194.725), Michigan (194.225) 3/2 ....... Bruin Classic............................. 1st ..........................195.225 Washington (194.225), Boise State (193.025), Cal St. Fullerton (192.15) 3/7 ....... at Shanico Inn-Vitational ............ 1st ..............................196.5 Nebraska (194.275), Arizona (193.4), Oregon State (193.175), Denver (191.25), UC Davis (187.425) 3/22 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ............................196.55 4/5 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st .............................196.3 4/17 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 2nd .........................196.425 4/18 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 1st ............................197.15

1996 Overall Record: 15-6; Dual Meet Record: 9-3 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/12 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .............. 190.875-191.375 1/19 ..... at Boise State .......................... W ............... 192.325-191.05 1/27 ..... at Arizona (192.6) ..................... 2nd ...........................191.35 Stanford (191.05) 2/10 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..........................194.225 BYU (193.8), Arizona (191.525), Cal St. Fullerton (191.125) 2/16 ..... at Oregon State ......................... W ................. 194.325-193.2 2/18 ..... Washington (192.375)............... 1st ..............................195.1 UCSB (186.775) 2/24 ..... California (192.3) ...................... 1st ..............................194.8 Denver (191.05), Seattle-Pacific (187.0) 3/8 ....... at Arizona State ......................... L .................. 195.3-195.625 3/26 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 4th .........................194.625 3/30 ..... at BYU ..................................... W ................. 195.725-194.6 4/13 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ............................195.45 4/25 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 2nd .............................195.3 4/26 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 2nd .........................197.475

1995 Overall Record: 26-5; Dual Meet Record: 10-2 Head Coach: Valorie Kondos

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/13 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ............. 190.325-190.025 1/21 ..... Stanford (188.5)........................ 1st ..........................193.275 UCSB (183.6)

1/27 ..... at California (186.075) .............. 1st ..........................189.125 Stanford (188.425), Denver (185.125) 1/28 ..... Boise State ............................... W ................. 192.05-181.85 2/11 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..............................194.7 Arizona State (191.825), Cal St. Fullerton (190.475), California (186.7) 2/20 ..... at Utah (196.375) ..................... 3rd ..............................194.3 Michigan (194.675) 2/26 ..... at Nebraska’s Master’s Classic ... 2nd .........................191.225 Nebraska (192.05), North Carolina State (189.025), George Washington (186.225) 3/3 ....... at Arizona (192.675) ................. 1st ..........................195.425 UCSB (189.0) 3/5 ....... UCSB ...................................... W ............... 194.175-187.85 3/10 ..... at Michigan Invitational .............. 2nd .............................194.7 Michigan (196.625), Auburn (187.2) 3/12 ..... at Bulldog Invitational ................ 2nd .........................196.475 Georgia (197.625), Nebraska (193.25), California (191.825), Penn State (191.55), UMass (190.525) 3/26 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ............................193.85 4/8 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ............................196.95 4/20 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 1st ..........................196.375 4/21 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 4th ............................196.15

1994 Overall Record: 25-3; Dual Meet Record: 10-1 Head Coaches: Valorie Kondos, Scott Bull

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/14 ..... at Stanford ............................... W ................. 188.2-187.275 1/22 ..... Arizona (186.625) ..................... 1st ..............................189.4 Denver (171.1), Oregon State (188.45) 1/28 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................... 192.2-188.45 2/4 ....... at Washington .......................... W ................... 191.55-189.5 2/5 ....... at Seattle Pacific ...................... W ................. 191.1-182.075 2/11 ..... at Georgia ................................ L .............. 194.525-195.725 2/19 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..........................192.875 Arizona State (191.4), Auburn (188.65), Illinois (181.275), Michigan (191.95), Minnesota (187.75) 2/25 ..... at ASU’s Southwest Cup ............ 2nd .............................190.8 Arizona St. (193.65), UCSB (189.05), Washington (189.85) 3/4 ....... Cal St. Fullerton (188.15) .......... 1st ..........................191.725 Michigan State (183.725) 3/11 ..... at UCSB’s Gold Invitational ......... 1st ..........................191.275 Illinois St. (184.025), New Hampshire (188.325), UCSB (189.275) 3/12 ..... UCSB ...................................... W ............. 193.675-188.275 3/26 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 2nd ..........................193.85 4/9 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ..............................194.3 4/21 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 2nd .............................193.7 4/22 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 5th ..........................194.975

1993 Overall Record: 19-3; Dual Meet Record: 9-3 Head Coaches: Valorie Kondos, Scott Bull

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/16 ..... Washington .............................. W ..................... 189.5-187.1 1/22 ..... at Oregon State ........................ L .................... 190.55-192.9 1/25 ..... at Boise State .......................... W ................... 191.85-190.0 1/29 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................. 190.15-191.85 2/6 ....... Cal St. Fullerton ........................ W ................... 192.95-191.0 2/12 ..... BYU ......................................... W ..................... 193.2-192.5 2/20 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................194.25 Arizona State (191.35), California (184.95), Minnesota (184.9), Illinois (183.55) 2/26 ..... at BYU (191.4) .......................... 2nd .............................191.3 Southern Utah (186.75) 3/5 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton (190.3) ......... 1st ............................193.55 Southern Utah (187.4), Illinois State (184.1) 3/7 ....... at Arizona ................................ W ................. 194.35-192.65 3/12 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ............................194.55 4/3 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ..............................194.1 4/15 ..... at NCAA Prelims ....................... 4th ..........................194.125 4/16 ..... at NCAA Super Six .................... 4th ..........................194.925

1992 Overall Record: 14-5; Dual Meet Record: 5-3 Head Coaches: Valorie Kondos, Scott Bull

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/18 ..... at Oregon State ........................ L .................... 189.1-191.75 1/25 ..... Georgia ................................... L ...................... 189.6-194.0 1/31 ..... at LSU ..................................... W ................... 188.9-185.45 2/8 ....... Stanford .................................. W ..................... 191.5-187.7 2/14 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ..................... 190.6-189.5 2/29 ..... UCLA Invitational ...................... 1st ............................189.85 Minnesota (185.45), Washington (185.4), New Mexico (185.35), Cal St. Fullerton (183.15), UCSB (179.65) 3/7 ....... at Arizona ................................ L .................... 189.3-193.75 3/13 ..... West Virginia ............................ W ................... 192.25-182.5

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3/21 ..... at California ............................. W ................. 192.25-191.45 3/28 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 3rd ............................193.65 4/11 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd .........................192.725 3/24 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 9th ..............................189.8

1991 Overall Record: 19-5; Dual Meet Record: 9-3 Head Coaches: Valorie Kondos, Scott Bull

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/13 ..... at Georgia ................................ L .................... 188.6-192.35 1/19 ..... Arizona (184.5) ......................... 1st ............................187.05 Cal St. Fullerton (182.4) 1/25 ..... at Husky Classic ....................... 1st ............................187.95 Washington (184.15), Seattle Pacific (182.1), Minnesota (179.35) 2/2 ....... Minnesota (179.3)..................... 1st .............................189.1 UCSB (174.25) 2/16 ..... at Alabama .............................. L .................. 191.15-194.15 2/23 ..... at BYU (190.8) .......................... 2nd ...........................188.65 Southern Utah (180.55) 3/2-3 .... UCLA Invitational ....................... 2nd .............................191.0 Oregon St. (193.25), Arizona St. (189.25), California (185.55) 3/8 ....... at Stanford (184.8) .................... 1st ..............................185.0 Ball State (181.8), Alaska-Anchorage (168.85) 3/16 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 2nd ...........................191.15 3/23 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................... 192.75-189.1 4/6 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 4th .........................189.775

1990 Overall Record: 17-3; Dual Meet Record: 8-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/12 ..... Minnesota (177.45)................... 1st ..............................187.8 UCSB (167.85) 1/19 ..... at Oregon State ........................ L .................... 186.5-186.55 1/26 ..... California ................................. W ................ 188.65-178.35 2/4 ....... at Nebraska (190.05) ................ 2nd ............................189.4 Cal St. Fullerton (187.65), Washington (184.8) 2/11 ..... at Arizona State ........................ W .................... 189.5-187.5 2/14 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................191.45 Cal St. Fullerton (187.95), Penn St. (187.0), New Mexico (184.2) 3/2 ....... at Washington .......................... W .................. 190.8-185.45 3/10 ..... at Georgia ................................ L ................. 191.35-192.55 3/17 ..... at Pac-10 Championships ......... 1st .............................191.5 3/24 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ..................... 189.7-188.5 4/7 ....... NCAA West Regionals ............... 1st ............................192.15 4/15 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 4th ..............................193.1

1989 Overall Record: 23-1; Dual Meet Record: 13-1 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/13 ..... UCSB (170.8)............................ 1st ..............................187.4 Minnesota (177.4) 1/20 ..... at Arizona (187.4) ..................... 1st ............................189.25 Boise State (179.25), Iowa State (177.4) 1/27 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................... 190.65-189.0 2/3 ....... Nebraska ................................. W ................... 189.8-187.15 2/18 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................190.95 Cal St. Fullerton (188.2), Arizona State (188.15), Georgia (187.5), Stanford (183.65) 2/24 ..... at Nebraska (192.1) .................. 2nd ...........................189.75 Michigan State (185.05) 3/4 ....... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ..............................195.2 3/17 ..... at California (182.25) ................ 1st ..............................192.6 Southern Utah (165.05) 3/18 ..... at San Jose State (180.2) .......... 1st ..............................192.4 Cal St. Fullerton (191.2), Southern Utah (168.35) 4/1 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ............................193.25 4/14 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 2nd ............................192.6

1988 Overall Record: 17-0; Dual Meet Record: 7-0 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... Arizona .................................... W ..................... 187.4-182.5 1/23 ..... at Washington .......................... W ................... 190.05-187.4 2/6 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..............................189.2 Oregon State (185.7), Cal St. Fullerton (184.35), Arizona State (183.65), New Mexico (171.15) 2/12 ..... California (176.5) ...................... 1st .............................185.1 UCSB (174.35) 2/26 ..... at Stanford ............................... W ................... 186.35-183.5 3/6 ....... Washington .............................. W ..................... 185.7-182.8 3/12 ..... at Georgia ................................ W ................. 189.55-189.15 3/26 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ............................189.45 4/9 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd .............................187.2 4/22 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 3rd .............................188.8


ALL-TIME RESULTS

1987 Overall Record: 22-3; Dual Meet Record: 8-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... Wisconsin ................................ W ..................... 186.1-173.0 1/16 ..... at Washington State ................. W ................. 186.85-174.95 1/24 ..... California (174.8) ...................... 1st ..............................186.6 UCSB (166.45) 1/30 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................. 184.95-183.35 2/6 ....... Florida ..................................... W ................ 186.15-183.25 2/21 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ..............................190.1 Arizona State (185.6), Arizona (184.25), Cal St. Fullerton (181.9), Minnesota (181.15) 2/27 ..... at ASU’s Southwest Cup ............ 1st ............................187.05 Arizona St. (186.15), Ohio St. (184.05), Nebraska (181.1) 3/7 ....... at Cal St. Northridge (170.9) ...... 1st .............................181.4 Northern Colorado (165.15) 3/9 ....... at Utah (190.45) ....................... 4th .............................186.1 Alabama (187.35), Oklahoma (187.3) 3/28 ..... at Pac-10 Championships.......... 1st ............................188.45 4/11 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ............................190.75 4/24 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 3rd ..............................187.0

1986 Overall Record: 14-6; Dual Meet Record: 11-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/10 ..... at Long Beach St. (163.6) .......... 1st ............................177.15 Iowa (153.6), Cal State Chico (152.9) 1/17 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................... 179.05-182.0 1/25 ..... Arizona (181.2) ......................... 1st ..............................183.3 Stanford (176.0) 2/7 ....... Florida (185.5) .......................... 2nd ...........................180.15 Oregon State (177.3) 2/15 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 3rd ..............................182.4 Arizona State (184.95), Cal St. Fullerton (184.15), Nebraska (179.10) 2/21 ..... Arizona State (185.25) .............. 2nd ...........................183.25 Nebraska (178.55), Houston Baptist (168.6) 3/1 ....... Minnesota (178.9)..................... 1st ............................186.35 UCSB (170.85) 3/4 ....... Penn State ............................... W ................... 183.3-181.05 3/22 ..... at Pac West Championships ....... 2nd .............................185.4 4/5 ....... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd ...........................186.75 4/18 ..... at NCAA Championships ............ 7th .............................181.7

1985 Overall Record: 10-20; Dual Meet Record: 2-9 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 12/28- .. at Aloha Gymfest ....................... 5th ..............................174.1 29......... New Mexico (177.3), Oregon State (176.7), LSU (176.0), Oklahoma (175.5), Maryland (172.05), BYU (168.85), Montana (165.1), UCSB (159.25) 1/11 ..... at BYU ..................................... W ................... 177.65-174.1 1/12 ..... at Utah .................................... L .................... 180.15-187.9 1/19 ..... Arizona State ........................... L .................... 179.5-182.25 2/9 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 3rd ............................176.15 Cal St. Fullerton (182.45), Oregon State (177.3), USC (175.95), BYU (171.7) 2/16 ..... Utah ........................................ L .................... 177.35-185.7 2/22 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L ..................... 176.4-185.5 3/1 ....... at Arizona (182.1) ..................... 2nd ..........................178.55 California (174.95) 3/2 ....... at Arizona State (188.85) ........... 4th ..............................177.6 Nebraska (182.35), California (178.8) 3/15 ..... at WCAA Championships ........... 6th ........................... 176.15 3/15 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 4th ............................. 177.6

1984 Overall Record: 22-5; Dual Meet Record: 7-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... at Stanford ............................... W ..................... 178.7-172.2 1/7 ....... at California ............................. W ................. 180.75-178.55 1/14 ..... Arizona (177.7) ......................... 1st ..............................181.0 San Diego St. (171.4) 1/20 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................. 183.05-182.15 1/21 ..... at USC ..................................... W .................. 182.25-177.1 1/28 ..... Long Beach St. ........................ W ................. 178.45-161.35 1/31 ..... at Utah .................................... L .................... 183.2-187.05 2/4 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................... 185.55-186.7 2/18 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 1st ............................187.35 Arizona State (182.0), Utah State (174.55), USC (174.4), Cal St. Northridge (164.85)

2/24-25 at Shanico Inn-vitational ............ 1st ..............................179.7 Arizona (179.4), Ohio State (178.8), Oregon State (178.0), Alabama (177.55), BYU (173.15), Missouri (172.8) 3/2 ....... Utah ........................................ L .................. 185.05-186.55 3/9-10 .. at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ............................183.55 3/24 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd ..........................183.45 4/6-7 .... NCAA Championships................ 2nd ..........................185.55

1983 Overall Record: 11-6-1; Dual Meet Record: 4-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/15 ..... USC ......................................... W ................... 180.55-171.4 1/28 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................. 181.15-186.25 1/29 ..... at Arizona ................................ W ................. 183.65-178.35 2/4 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L ...................... 180.4-184.1 2/11 ..... at Utah .................................... L .................. 180.55-186.95 2/12 ..... at Utah State ............................ W ................ 181.85-180.55 2/27 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... T-2nd ........................178.85 Utah (182.8), USC (178.85), Cal St. Northridge (171.3), Maryland (166.4) 3/13 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... W ................... 183.4-178.25 3/7 ....... at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ............................178.85 3/12 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 2nd ..........................182.95 4/8-9 .... at NCAA Championships ............ 6th .............................177.8

1982 Overall Record: 12-9; Dual Meet Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/9 ....... at Kips Invitational ..................... 3rd ............................135.85 Arizona State (140.85), Cal St. Fullerton (139.0), USC (n/a), Utah State (n/a) 1/16 ..... at Cal St. Northridge (135.0) ...... 2nd .............................134.2 Fresno State (126.25) 1/23 ..... Arizona (141.4) ......................... 1st ..............................143.1 San Diego St. (141.2) 2/5 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................. 141.75-142.95 2/20 ..... at Utah (149.75) ....................... 2nd ............................144.5 San Diego St. (143.9) 2/27 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 3rd ............................145.05 Utah (147.0), Cal St. Fullerton (146.20), USC (141.95) 3/4 ....... Penn State ............................... W ................... 141.7-140.75 3/7 ....... at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ..............................144.4 3/12 ..... at NCAA West Regionals ............ 1st ...........................144.75 3/26-27 at NCAA Championships ............ 6th .............................142.4

1981 Overall Record: 23-5; Dual Meet Record: 4-2 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/10 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L ...................... 138.5-139.0 1/17 ..... Stanford .................................. W ..................... 141.5-127.5 2/2 ....... at Utah Invitational..................... 2nd ...........................145.25 Utah (147.95), Oregon State (144.8), BYU (137.65) 2/6 ....... at San Diego St. (130.05) .......... 1st ..............................138.5 Long Beach St. (102.8) 2/15 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 2nd ...........................142.75 Utah (143.1), Oregon State (142.1), Arizona State (141.4), USC (140.4), Minnesota (132.35), California (119.65) 2/20 ..... at Penn State ........................... L ...................... 143.5-148.1 2/27-28 at Shanico Inn-vitational ............ 2nd ...........................142.25 Oregon St. (145.9), LSU (141.65), Washington (137.6), BYU (137.35), Nebraska (135.5), Portland St. (121.2), Oregon (86.05) 3/8 ....... USC.......................................... W ..................... 143.8-136.4 3/20 ..... at WCAA Championships ........... 1st ............................145.95 3/27-28 at AIAW Regionals ..................... 1st ............................148.25 4/10-11 AIAW Nationals ......................... 2nd ...........................144.10

1980 Overall Record: 20-5; Dual Meet Record: 10-2 Head Coach: Jerry Tomlinson

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/12 ..... at San Jose State (124.4) .......... 1st ..............................139.2 UCSB (118.5) 1/26 ..... at Arizona State (137.1) ............ 1st ............................138.45 Arizona St. (134.9), Washington (131.15), Calgary (117.95) 2/1 ....... at Stanford ............................... L .................... 137.2-137.55 2/6 ....... at Long Beach St. ..................... W ................... 129.65-115.0 2/10 ..... USC ......................................... W ..................... 140.9-128.6 2/15 ..... San Diego St. ........................... W ................... 141.1-137.15 2/23 ..... at Cal St. Fullerton ..................... W ................... 142.7-145.05 2/29 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 2nd .............................143.2 Utah (145.1), Minnesota (140.15), USC (139.15), Utah State (137.7), Arizona (136.55), California (126.35), San Jose State (123.95) 3/4 ...... Cal St. Northridge ..................... W ................... 134.85-117.8

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3/14-15 at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ............................139.75 3/21-22 at WAIAW Regionals .................. 2nd ...........................142.95 3/29-31 at AIAW Nationals ...................... 5th ...........................138.85

1979 Overall Record: 12-12; Dual Meet Record: 2-6 Head Coach: Lee Ann Lobdill

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... at Cal Berkeley Invitational ......... 2nd ...........................116.25 Arizona (117.25), UC Davis (112.8), California (109.65), Sacramento State (109.15), Cal State Chico (98.7) 1/19 ..... at USC ..................................... L .................... 121.2-130.25 1/26 ..... Long Beach St. ........................ W ................. 134.55-123.95 2/2 ....... at San Diego St. ....................... L .................. 126.65-128.15 2/3 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................. 130.35-142.15 2/9 ....... at Utah State ............................ L .................. 128.95-134.95 2/10 ..... at Utah .................................... L .................... 131.65-134.0 2/14 ..... Cal St. Fullerton ........................ L ...................... 132.8-138.0 2/23 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 4th ............................130.85 Cal St. Fullerton (140.15), USC (134.05), Utah (133.7), Arizona State (130.0), Arizona (129.9), Long Beach St. (128.2), San Diego St. (127.3) 2/28 ..... at Cal St. Northridge ................. W ................... 134.55-124.3 3/9 ....... at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ............................134.45 3/16-17 at WAIAW Regionals .................. 3rd ..............................135.6 3/29-31 at AIAW Nationals ...................... 14th .........................130.95

1978 Overall Record: 9-6; Dual Meet Record: 4-3 Head Coach: Lee Ann Lobdill

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 1/6 ....... Long Beach St. ........................ W ................... 132.4-131.15 1/13 ..... Cal St. Fullerton ........................ L .................... 132.85-141.8 1/20 ..... at Arizona State ........................ L .................. 133.05-141.75 1/21 ..... at Arizona ................................ L .................... 126.45-132.4 1/28 ..... San Diego St. ........................... W ................... 133.3-132.05 2/17 ..... USC ......................................... W ................... 138.0-137.05 2/23 ..... Utah State ................................ W ..................... 140.0-134.4 2/26 ..... UCLA Invitational ....................... 2nd .............................138.4 USC (143.95), Utah State (136.2), Arizona (135.9), Northern Colorado (130.45) 3/12 ..... at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ..............................137.8

1977 Overall Record: 13-12; Dual Meet Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Lee Ann Lobdill

Date ..... Opponent ............................... Result ....................... Score 12/4 ..... at Long Beach St. Invitational ..... 3rd ..............................132.0 Cal St. Fullerton (142.2), USC (137.05) 1/21 ..... at Colorado .............................. W ................... 130.14-116.2 1/22 ..... at Utah Invitational..................... 3rd ............................128.15 Cal St. Fullerton (140.65), Utah (136.95), Arizona (126.25), BYU (66.6) 1/29 ..... at San Diego St. ........................ W .................... 124. 7-121.8 2/3 ....... at Cal St. Fullerton .................... L .................... 131.0-141.35 2/6 ....... UCLA Invitational ....................... 4th ..............................129.5 Cal St. Fullerton (143.7), USC (139.75), Arizona St. (134.3), Long Beach St. (128.4), Nevada-Reno (126.55), San Diego St. (125.4), Colorado (94.05) 2/12 ..... Long Beach St. ........................ W .................. 129.05-126.6 2/18 ..... Arizona (133.55) ....................... 1st ..............................134.4 Long Beach St. (130.4) 2/19 ..... Cal St. Fullerton ........................ L ...................... 134.8-136.9 2/26 ..... at USC ..................................... L ................. 134.45-140.85 3/12 ..... at WCAA Championships ........... 3rd ............................141.05 3/18-19 WAIAW Regionals ...................... 3rd ............................139.75 4/1-2 .... at AIAW Nationals ...................... 11th ...........................136.4


ALL-TIME RECORD AND SERIES RECORDS

• 2018, 2010, 2004, 2003, 2001, 2000, 1997 NCAA Championships • Eighteen Pac-12 Conference Championships • Twenty-three Regional Titles • Twenty-seven Top Five National Finishes

UCLA Year-by-Year Results Year 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Overall Record 22-2 13-4-1 13-5 17-2 13-6 16-5 17-2-1 16-8 17-3 17-3 18-6 15-6 21-6 20-3 15-5 19-2-1 22-5 23-2 25-5 20-5 16-6 23-2 15-6 26-5 25-3

Dual Meet 6-2 9-2 6-5 8-1 6-2 5-3 6-2 3-3 5-3 6-2 8-5 6-6 11-5 14-3 10-4 8-1-1 7-3 10-1 9-1 8-5 5-2 3-2 9-3 11-2 10-1

Pac-10 Finish 1st T-3rd 1st 2nd 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 4th 1st 4th 1st 2nd

Reg’l. Finish 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st

Nat’l. Finish 1st 4th 5th 11th 8th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st 7th 7th 4th — 4th 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 5th 5th 1st 2nd 4th 5th

19-3

9-3

1st

1st

4th

14-5

5-3

3rd

2nd

9th

19-5

9-3

2nd

4th

17-3 23-1 17-0 22-3 14-6

8-3 13-1 7-0 8-3 11-3

1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

4th 2nd 3rd 3rd 7th

4th

2nd

2nd

2nd

6th

2nd

6th

1st

2nd (AIAW) 5th (AIAW) 14th (AIAW) —

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Field Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Valorie Kondos Scott Bull Valorie Kondos Scott Bull Valorie Kondos Scott Bull Valorie Kondos Scott Bull Jerry Tomlinson Jerry Tomlinson Jerry Tomlinson Jerry Tomlinson Jerry Tomlinson

1985

Jerry Tomlinson

10-20

2-9

1984

Jerry Tomlinson

22-5

7-3

1983

Jerry Tomlinson

11-6-1

4-3

1982

Jerry Tomlinson

12-9

5-3

1981

Jerry Tomlinson

23-5

4-2

1980

Jerry Tomlinson

20-5

10-2

1979

Lee Ann Lobdill

12-12

2-6

1978

Lee Ann Lobdill

9-6

4-3

1977

Lee Ann Lobdill

13-12

5-3

1976*

Lee Ann Lobdill

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd (Pac-West) 6th (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 1st (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 5th

1975*

Kirby Weedin Jennifer Shaw Kirby Weedin Jennifer Shaw

4th

1st

728-210-4 (.777)

296-117-1 (.716)

1993 1992 1991

1974* Totals

2nd 3rd — 3rd SCWIAC Class II Championships SCWIAC Class II Championships SCWIAC “B” League Championships

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11th (AIAW)

Record vs. Opponents* Alabama .....................................................................3-8 Alaska-Anchorage........................................................2-0 Arizona .................................................................72-10 Arizona State .......................................................62-23 Arkansas .....................................................................6-1 Auburn ........................................................................2-0 Ball State.....................................................................1-0 Boise State .................................................................8-0 Bowling Green .............................................................1-0 Bridgeport ...................................................................2-0 Brown .........................................................................1-0 BYU ..........................................................................11-2 Calgary .......................................................................1-0 California.................................................................70-3 Central Michigan..........................................................1-0 Colorado......................................................................2-0 Cornell ........................................................................1-0 CS Chico ....................................................................2-0 CS Fresno ..................................................................1-0 CS Fullerton ............................................................50-27 CS Northridge ..............................................................4-1 Denver ........................................................................7-1 Florida ........................................................................7-3 George Washington ......................................................2-0 Georgia ....................................................................5-19 Houston Baptist ..........................................................1-0 Illinois .........................................................................4-0 Illinois-Chicago ............................................................1-0 Illinois State .................................................................2-0 Iowa ...........................................................................2-0 Iowa State ..................................................................3-0 Kent State ...................................................................1-0 Kentucky .....................................................................2-0 Long Beach State ......................................................17-1 LSU .............................................................................5-2 Maryland ....................................................................3-0 Massachusetts ............................................................1-0 Michigan .....................................................................8-7 Michigan State ..........................................................5-0 Minnesota ................................................................14-0 Missouri .....................................................................2-0 Montana .....................................................................1-0 Nebraska ................................................................13-6 Nevada-Reno ...............................................................1-0 New Hampshire ...........................................................2-0 New Mexico ................................................................3-1 North Carolina .............................................................2-0 North Carolina State .....................................................4-0 Northern Colorado .......................................................2-0 Ohio State ..................................................................3-0 Oklahoma .................................................................1-7 Oregon ....................................................................... 1-0 Oregon State .................................................... 54-21-1 Penn State...................................................................7-2 Portland State ..............................................................1-0 Rhode Island................................................................1-0 Rutgers .......................................................................1-0 Sacramento State ........................................................7-0 San Diego State .........................................................16-1 San Jose State ............................................................9-0 Seattle-Pacific .............................................................6-0 Southern Utah .............................................................7-1 Stanford ........................................................... 57-17-1 UC Davis ....................................................................8-0 UC Santa Barbara .....................................................23-0 USC ...................................................................... 15-9-1 Utah ......................................................................11-31 Utah State ............................................................. 10-1 Washington ........................................................ 65-3-1 Washington State ......................................................2-0 West Virginia................................................................1-0 Wisconsin .................................................................1-0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire ...................................................1-0 * Includes invitationals and conference championships. Boldface indicates 2019 opponents


ADMINISTRATOR BIOGRAPHIES

Dan Guerrero

Dr. Christina Rivera

Dr. Gene Block

Director of Athletics 17th Year UCLA ‘74

Sr. Asso. Athletic Director/SWA 12th Year UC Irvine ‘96

Chancellor 12th Year Stanford ‘77

Sixteen years and 30 NCAA Championships later, Dan Guerrero’s mantra of ‘image and substance’ has clearly been established at a level that few others in his profession can approach. At the department’s helm when UCLA Athletics became the first to 100 NCAA team championships, the Bruins’ current total of 116 NCAA titles ranks second in the nation. UCLA teams have also finished second 29 times and have totaled 123 Top 5 NCAA finishes. Across all sports, UCLA teams are fixtures in the postseason, with 88% of the Bruin teams in 2017-18 qualifying for NCAA postseason play. The football team has appeared in 13 bowl games, while the men’s basketball team advanced to consecutive Final Fours from 2006-08 and has made six trips to the Sweet 16. The program has also won 69 conference championships in 16 different sports, produced over 700 All-Americans and featured 10 Honda Award winners, including two honorees in 2017-18 and the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. In his 16 years at UCLA, the Bruins have finished second five times and third four times in the race for the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. In 2017-18, UCLA recorded a school-record 1,326 points in a close runner-up finish for the Directors’ Cup. Guerrero was the first athletic director at the NCAA Division I level (FBS, FCS and NCAA Division I-AAA) to earn three NACDA Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year awards (2013-14 and 2006-07 at UCLA, 2001-02 at UC Irvine). In 2017, he was honored by the National Football Foundation with the John L. Toner Award, becoming the first-ever sitting athletics director from the West Coast to receive the honor. He was also a finalist for the Athletic Director of the Year at the 2017 Sports Business Awards. While success on the playing field with 30 NCAA Championships in 15 different sports and 29 second-place finishes during his tenure are extraordinary numbers, UCLA’s academic success under Guerrero is equally noteworthy. During Winter 2018, a school-record 351 student-athletes made the Director’s Honor Roll. UCLA’s Graduation Success Rate (GSR) and Academic Progress Rates (APR) continue to remain high nation-wide. The UCLA student-athlete GSR is currently at 86%, and every Bruin team maintained multi-year APR rates of 930 or above, including a school-record seven with perfect scores of 1000. Guerrero has extensive experience in committee work at both the NCAA and conference level. Currently, he serves on the Division I Men’s Basketball Oversight Committee, which he chaired the previous two years, and he also chairs an NCAA Working Group on behalf of the Division 1 Men’s Basketball Rice Commission. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the NABC, the Institute for Sport and Social Justice, and the Vice President of the United States International University Sports Federation. Resource development has been a core tenet of Guerrero’s tenure. During this recent UCLA Centennial Campaign (201418), Guerrero and his external development team have raised in excess of $275 million, to date, in fundraising support to the program. He also secured major long-term apparel and rightsholder contracts with Under Armour and WME-IMG that, at the time of their signing, were the largest collegiate deals nationally in their respective areas. Guerrero came to UCLA from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth permanent Director of Athletics for 10 years (19922002), helping to elevate that program to unprecedented success. Prior to arriving at UCI, Guerrero worked at Cal State Dominguez Hills, where he led that program to national prominence while serving as Athletic Director for five years (1988-92). A proud alumnus of UCLA, Guerrero received his Bachelor’s degree from the University in 1974 and played second base for the Bruins for four years. Known as “Warrior” during his playing career, he was inducted into the UCLA Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996. Guerrero earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration in 1982 from Cal State Dominguez Hills and was named to the Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society for Public Affairs and Public Policy that same year. Guerrero was raised in Wilmington, CA. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello, and they have two grown daughters.

Dr. Christina Rivera is in her third year as the Senior Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) and in her 12th year overall at UCLA, having joined the staff in September 2007. In her role, Dr. Rivera directly supervises several sports, administrative areas and leads department initiatives, especially in the areas of Title IX and gender equity, women in sport, governance and legislation, and performance evaluation and program assessment. As a member of the senior management team reporting directly to the Director of Athletics, she serves in a leadership role for coaches and staff and works towards establishing department goals as well as developing and implementing department policy. In addition to these responsibilities, Dr. Rivera collaborates with University officials to provide guidance and direction to coaches and staff in order to enhance the growth and development of student-athletes both on and off the field. In the face of changing NCAA legislation, she also works to develop strategic initiatives and programs that benefit the department, teams, coaches, staff and student-athletes and ensures that they are executed in a consistent, efficient and professional manner throughout the support services areas. Prior to serving as the Senior Associate Athletic Director/SWA, Dr. Rivera was the Associate Athletic Director responsible for the academic and student support services provided to Bruin student-athletes. This included academic counseling, academic mentoring, peer learning, student services and student-athlete development programming. She also had direct oversight of the academic eligibility certification process as well as the requirements associated with the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) and NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR). Dr. Rivera joined the Bruins after spending four years as the Associate Director and Eligibility Coordinator for the StudentAthlete Academic Services Office at USC, where she also served as the Academic Counselor to the football, men’s basketball, women’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams. Prior to her stint at USC, Dr. Rivera was an Athletic Academic Counselor for the Student-Athlete Support Services Office at Ohio State University. During her time in Columbus, she was also a lecturer for the School of Physical Activity and Educational Services, as well as for the Athletics Department. Dr. Rivera is on the Board of Directors for the Collegiate Women Sports Awards, which honors the nation’s top NCAA women student-athletes recognizing superior athletic skills, leadership, academic excellence and eagerness to participate in community service. Dr. Rivera is an active member of the National Association of Academic and Student-Athlete Development Professionals (N4A) and is a member of Women Leaders in College Sports. In June 2007, she received the N4A Professional Promise Award presented to a member who has dedicated their energy to the Association and its members. She has also presented at several conferences in regards to factors related to academic achievement and student-athlete retention, as well as the use of technology for reporting and increasing academic accountability in athletics. Dr. Rivera earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Higher Education Administration at Ohio State University in August 2004 where her dissertation focused on the identification of key factors student-athletes perceived to be important to the college student-athlete retention process. She also earned her Master’s degree in Educational Policy from the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor’s degree in Social Ecology at UC Irvine, where she was a varsity soccer student-athlete. A native of Southern California, Dr. Rivera currently resides in Marina Del Rey with her spouse and son.

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Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA in summer 2007, taking the helm of a world-class institution comprising 37,000 students and 27,000 faculty and staff, with an annual budget of $3.6 billion. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service. Previously, Dr. Block served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, where he also held the Alumni Council Thomas Jefferson Professorship in Biology. With academic expertise in biological clocks, he conducts research on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms in higher organisms, leading a research lab funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). From 1991 to 2002, he directed the National Science Foundation’s Science and Technology Center for Biological Timing. In 1997, he was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has invented a number of devices and holds a patent for a non-contact respiratory monitor for the prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Dr. Block joined the faculty of the University of Virginia in 1978 as an assistant professor of biology. He served as vice provost for research from 1993 to 1998 and then as vice president for research and public service until his appointment as vice president and provost in 2001. He also headed an NIH graduate training program aimed at increasing the number of scientists from underrepresented groups. In 1998, he received the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Outstanding Public Service Award for his work with Virginia’s business community. A native of Monticello, NY, Dr. Block holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and a master’s and Ph.D.in psychology from the University of Oregon. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford, working with the late Colin Pittendrigh, “the father of biological timing” and distinguished biologist and former Stanford President, Donald Kennedy. Dr. Block and his wife, Carol, have two adult children.

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