UCLA GYMNASTICS 2015

UCLA GYMNASTICS 2015
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For Immediate Release: February 12, 2015
 THIS WEEK
No. 13 UCLA at No. 16 Stanford
Saturday, Feb. 14 - 4pm PT, Maples Pavilion
TV: Pac-12 Networks (Brian Webber, Amanda Borden)
Live Stats - uclabruins.com
UCLA at Stanford Saturday
No. 13 UCLA (4-1) competes for the second time in five
days, traveling to No. 16 Stanford ( 4-4-1) for a Valentine’s
Day showdown at Maples Pavilion on Saturday, Feb. 14
at 4pm. The meet will be televised live on Pac-12 Los Angeles and Pac-12 Bay Area. Admission to the event is free.
Follow Live
Live stats will be available at gostanford.com. Live
updates can be found on Twitter: @UCLAGymnastics.
In the Rankings
UCLA’s 197.000 score in its Monday meet did not count
towards this week’s rankings, so the team is ranked
No. 13 with an average of 195.875. With the Monday
score included, the Bruins would be ranked No. 8 with
a 196.100 average. On the event rankings, the Bruins are
tied for eighth on vault, 23rd on bars, 11th on beam and
15th on floor. Stanford ranks 16th overall, 14th on vault,
20th on bars, sixth on beam and 34th on floor.
Individually, Samantha Peszek ranks No. 1 in the nation
on beam (9.917 average prior to Monday) and No. 2
in the nation in the all-around (39.588). She also ranks
fifth on bars (9.906), 11th on vault (9.908) and 18th on
floor (9.875).
About the Cardinal
Stanford was unable to overcome a rough start on
uneven bars in a 195.575-195.325 loss at California on
Sunday. However, the Cardinal posted individual victories by Kristina Vaculik on vault and Samantha Shapriro
on bars. Stanford’s season high is 197.000, set in a win
over Oregon State on Jan. 26. Freshman Elizabeth Price
ranks fourth in the nation on vault with a 9.931 and
scored a perfect 10 on Jan. 26.
The Series with Stanford
UCLA holds a 48-16-1 overall regular season record
against Stanford and split the season series last year,
winning 196.900-196.250 in a home dual meet and finishing behind the Cardinal at the Pac-12 Championships.
Bruins Break 197 in Win over Washington
For the second consecutive week, UCLA posted a
season-high score, this time breaking 197 in a 197.000194.500 win over Washington on Monday night. Freshman Sonya Meraz won the all-around in her all-around
debut, scoring 39.025, and UCLA had four different
winners on individual events. Jordan Williams won vault
with a career-high 9.95, Sophina DeJesus captured bars
with a season-high 9.9, Danusia Francis tied her seasonhigh to win beam with a 9.925, and Sadiqua Bynum also
tied her season-best with a 9.925 to win floor.
Raising the Bar on Floor
UCLA is raising the bar on floor exercise, with four of
the six competitors against Washington performing E
tumbling passes. Both Jennifer Pinches and Hallie Mossett inserted new full-in opening passes, joining Angi
Cipra (full-in) and Sadiqua Bynum (double layout), who
have been performing their E passes all season. Also
with E passes are Samantha Peszek (double layout) and
Napualani Hall (Arabian double front), who have each
competed twice this season.
 2015 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Overall: 4-1 / Pac-12: 4-1
National Ranking: 13th
Meraz Moves into All-Around
JANUARY
Freshman walk-on Sonya Meraz became just the second
Bruin this season to make it into the lineup as an allarounder, and in her all-around debut vs. Washington,
she won the meet with a score of 39.025. Meraz was not
originally scheduled to compete on all four events but
was inserted into the vault lineup just before competition began and scored a 9.8 on her first collegiate vault.
She also earned scores of 9.6 on bars and 9.75 on beam
and capped her night with a career-high 9.875 on floor.
Meraz leads the team in season average on beam, averaging 9.775 on two counting routines. Even including
her three exhibition performances, her average is still
tops on the team at 9.770.
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Bynum Doubles Down on Floor
Junior Sadiqua Bynum has been delivering big scores
all season on vault and floor, averaging 9.869 on vault
and 9.85 on floor to rank second for season average on
each event. She has scored career-bests of 9.925 on floor
to place first on the event in each of her last two meets,
and she also earned a season-high 9.9 on vault. She has
scored 9.9 or better on three-straight routines and 9.85
or better on six-straight.
Williams Vaults Ahead
Graduate student Jordan Williams recorded a careerhigh 9.95 on vault against Washington to capture her
first victory as a Bruin. Williams, who came to Westwood
from Arizona and is UCLA’s first-ever graduate transfer,
has averaged 9.855 on vault, competing in all five meets.
She performed an exhibition on beam against the Huskies as well, scoring 9.625.
Peszek Power
Fifth-year senior Samantha Peszek has been lights out
this season, averaging 39.588 in two all-around performances and scoring 9.85 or better on 14 of 15 routines
competed. Her only miss was a rare beam miscue against
Washington that snapped a streak of 21 consecutive
hit beam routines and 52 straight hit routines in team
competition. Peszek, the Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week
for Jan. 26, has won both times she has competed allaround, scoring 39.55 to win at Oregon State and 39.625
to win at Utah. She has a total of nine victories out of a
possible 17 and has placed in the Top 3 16 of 17 times.
Lee Makes Long-Awaited Return
Nearly three years after her last competition, redshirt
sophomore Christine Peng-Peng Lee made her highlyanticipated collegiate debut at Oregon State on Jan. 12.
Lee showed zero signs of rust, winning two events and
placing fourth in another. She stuck every dismount
and hit every skill in her difficult routines, scoring 9.9
to win bars, 9.825 on a stuck Yurchenko full vault, and
9.875 to tie for first on beam. Against Cal on Feb. 1, she
won both events in which she competed, scoring 9.95s
on bars and beam, and was subsequently named the
Pac-12 Specialist of the Week. She has totaled five event
wins this season, including three in five meets on bars.
Lee tore ligaments in her knee in 2012 just before the
Canadian National Championships and had two surgeries, one in 2012 and another in 2013.
at #11 Oregon State W 196.000-195.450
#18 ARIZONA
W 195.975-195.300
at #4 Utah
L 194.725-196.725
FEBRUARY
1
9
14
21
28
#21 CALIFORNIA
W 196.800-195.425
#17 WASHINGTON W 197.000-194.500
at #16 Stanford (TV: PAC12)
4 pm
NEBRASKA, SAC ST, BRIDGEPORT 4 pm
at Arizona State (TV: PAC12)
12 pm MT
MARCH
7
13
21
STANFORD
at Arkansas
at Pac-12s (TV: PAC12)
4 pm
7 pm CT
TBD
APRIL
4
17
18
19
at NCAA Regionals
at NCAA Semifinals
at NCAA Finals (TV: ESPN3)
at NCAA Event Finals (TV: ESPN3)
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
All home meets are BOLD and held at Pauley Pavilion.
All times listed are local to site.

 QUICK FACTS
Head Coach
Valorie Kondos Field
Alma Mater
UCLA ‘87
Career Record (Yrs.)
455-108-2 (25th Season)
Record at UCLA (Yrs.)
same
Associate Head Coach
Chris Waller
Assistant Coach
Randy Lane
2014 Record
13-6
2014 NCAA Finish
8th
2014 High Score
197.500
Letterwinners Returning/Lost
9/7
All-Americans Returning/Lost
12/3

 CAREER-HIGH MARKS
Gymnast
Bynum
Cipra
Craddock
DeJesus
Francis
Gerber
Hall
Honest
Irvin
Lee
MacArthur
Meraz
Mossett
Peszek
Pinches
Waller
Williams
V
9.925
9.875
–
–
–
9.625
9.775
9.825
9.900
9.825
–
9.800
9.850
9.950
9.800
9.525
9.950
UB
–
–
9.825
9.975
9.925
–
–
9.825
–
9.950
9.750
9.775
9.900
10.00
–
–
9.850
BB
–
9.600
9.875
9.900
10.00
9.800
–
–
–
9.950
–
9.800
9.875
9.950
9.675
–
9.850
FX
9.925
9.950
–
9.950
9.925
9.825
9.675
–
–
–
–
9.875
9.875
9.950
9.875
–
9.875
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
39.025
39.425
39.700
–
–
39.225
Gerber Enjoying Breakout Season
Sophomore Mikaela Gerber has enjoyed a breakout
season so far, with strong and consistent routines in
each of her five meets. She has scored 9.8 on beam in
three of five meets, including twice in the leadoff position. She is averaging 9.760 on the event, second-best
on the team. She averages 9.788 on floor, where she has
scored 9.825 twice.
Francis. Danusia Francis
Week after week, junior Danusia Francis has been posting career or season highs. On week two against Arizona,
she scored a career-high 9.925 on floor with her James
Bond-themed routine to secure her first-ever floor victory. Francis had a strong meet overall against Arizona,
scoring 9.925 on beam and 9.775 on bars. Against Cal,
she earned a career-best 9.925 on bars and added a
pair of 9.85s on beam and floor. On Monday versus
Washington, she tied her season high on beam with a
9.925 to place first and added a 9.9 on floor.
Walk-On Freshmen Impress
Walk-on freshmen Sonya Meraz, LaNiesha-Jopré Irvin
and JaNay Honest have impressed this season with
consistent performances. Meraz won the all-around in
UCLA’s last meet and scored a career-best 9.875 on floor
to place third. She holds UCLA’s highest season average
on beam with a 9.775 and has season-highs of 9.875 on
floor, 9.8 on vault and beam and 9.775 on bars. Irvin has
stuck each of her three vaults she has performed this
season and holds UCLA’s third-best scoring average on
the event with a 9.867. She has Top 3 finishes in each of
her three meets and a high of 9.9, set at Utah. Honest has
competed on vault in every meet and is averaging 9.805.
She holds season-high marks of 9.825 on vault and bars.
Honoring Bruin Greats with Legacy Routines
This season, several of UCLA’s memorable floor exercise
routines are coming back to life via current team members as they pay tribute to legacy of UCLA Gymnastics.
Among these “legacy routines” are those done by
Sadiqua Bynum, who asked to perform to Onnie Willis’ sophomore year music, and Jennifer Pinches, who
is recreating Lena Degteva’s West Side Story routine.
Freshman Sonya Meraz also has a routine previously
done by Degteva, a 13-time All-American from 19972000. Willis, a 16-time All-American from 2000-03, was
inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame this year.
Bruins Performing Skills Named After Bruins
Another way in which UCLA Gymnastics greats are
being honored is through skills being performed that
bear their names. Christine Peng-Peng Lee performs
two high-risk moves that are named after Bruins - the
Homma Flairs on beam (named after Leah Homma,
who captained UCLA’s first-ever NCAA Championship
team in 1997) and the Bhardwaj on uneven bars (named
after Mohini Bhardwaj, who won four NCAA titles from
1998-2001). Additionally, Danusia Francis performs a
Maloney on uneven bars (named after Kristen Maloney,
who won five NCAA titles from 2001-05).
Bruin Banter
Samantha Peszek is back hosting her third season of
Bruin Banter, a weekly web series that offers an inside
look at UCLA Gymnastics. Each week, Peszek, who
co-produces the show alongside team videographer
Deanna Hong, interviews a team member and recaps
the previous week’s activities. New this season is a
behind-the-scenes segment that provides a glimpse
at the inner workings of the team. This week’s episode
features an interview with Sonya Meraz and a look at
“A Day in the Life” of Napualani Hall.
Pac-12 Championships Move to Utah
Due to possible scheduling conflicts with preliminary
rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament,
the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships on Mar. 21 will
be moved to Salt Lake City for the second time in four
years. Utah hosted the Championships in 2012, and
UCLA took home the title thanks to a final rotation
rally on balance beam that pushed the Bruins into first
place ahead of the second-place Utes, 197.425-197.375.

 2015 EVENT TITLES
Gymnast
Bynum
DeJesus
Francis
Lee
Meraz
Peszek
Williams
V
–
–
–
–
–
2
1
UB
–
1
–
3
–
2
–
BB
–
–
2
2
–
2
–
FX
2
–
–
–
–
1
–
AA
–
–
–
–
1
2
–
FX
2
1
–
2
–
–
–
1
2
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
2
–

 2015 TOP 3 FINISHES
Gymnast
Bynum
Cipra
DeJesus
Francis
Honest
Irvin
Lee
Meraz
Peszek
Williams
V
3
1
–
–
–
3
–
–
4
3
UB
–
–
2
2
1
–
4
–
5
–
BB
–
–
–
3
–
–
4
–
3
–
 UCLA IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS 
Gymnast
Peszek
Team
V
11t
8t
UB
5
23
BB
1t
11
FX
18t
15
AA
2
13
Bruins on TV
Saturday’s meet at Stanford is the sixth of six-straight
televised meets for UCLA. Also televised live will be the
Bruins’ dual meet at Arizona State on Feb. 28 and the
Pac-12 Championships on Mar. 21 at Utah. UCLA’s seven
regular season televised meets are the most among
the Pac-12 schools and represent over a third of the
Networks’ 20 regular season gymnastics broadcasts.
In addition, the Pac-12 Networks will televise each
session of the Pac-12 Championships. To see if your
television provider has Pac-12 Networks, visit pac-12.
com/channel-finder.
 2015 ROSTER
Gymnast
Sadiqua Bynum
Angi Cipra
Ellette Craddock
Sophina DeJesus
Rechelle Dennis
Danusia Francis
Mikaela Gerber
Napualani Hall
JaNay Honest
LaNiesha-Jopré Irvin
Christine Peng-Peng Lee
Jessy MacArthur
Sonya Meraz
Melissa Metcalf
Hallie Mossett
Samantha Peszek
Jennifer Pinches
Alex Waller
Jordan Williams
Ht.
5-4
5-2
5-5
5-1
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-4
5-2
5-2
5-2
5-5
5-1
5-3
5-2
5-1
5-4
5-3
5-5
Yr.
RJr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
RSo.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
RSr.
So.
So.
Gr.
Hometown (Club/Previous School)
Notes
Career-highs of 9.925 (V and FX)
Berkeley, Calif. (Head Over Heels Athletic Arts/Berkeley HS)
Mesa, Ariz. (Desert Devils Gymnastics/Saguaro HS)
Career-high 9.95 on FX included a perfect 10 from 1 judge
San Francisco, Calif. (San Mateo Gymnastics Center/Ruth Asawa Schools of the Arts)
Team-best & career-high 9.875 on BB at 2014 NCAAs
Two-time 2nd-team All-American on UB
Temecula, Calif. (SCEGA/Temecula Valley HS)
Dix Hills, N.Y. (Gold Medal Gymnastics Huntington/Half Hollow Hills HS)
5-time JO Nationals qualifier
Kenilworth, England (Heathrow Gymnastics Club/Surbiton HS)
Scored perfect 10 on BB 3/16/14
2011 World Championships competitor
Cambridge, Ontario (Oakville Gymnastics Club/Galt Collegiate Institute)
Kansas City, Mo. (Fuzion Gymnastics/North Kansas City HS)
2013 Level 10 national vault champion
Visalia, Calif. (Central California Gymnastics Institute/El Diamante HS)
2nd in AA, V at 2014 Region 1 Championships
Corona, Calif. (Winners Academy of Gymnastics/Eleanor Roosevelt HS)
5th on V at 2014 JO Nationals
Richmond Hill, Ontario (Sport Seneca/Oakville Gymnastics Club/Northview Heights Secondary)
3-time medalist at 2012 Pacific Rims
Newhall, Calif. (Gym Jam/Hart HS)
Scored 9.85 on UB in exhibition 3/1/14
Santa Monica, Calif. (All Olympia Gymanstics Center/Santa Monica HS)
Level 10 Region 1 FX champion
Mesa, Ariz. (Desert Devils/Saguaro HS)
2013 Level 10 national bars champion
Two all-around wins in 2014
Los Angeles, Calif. (West Coast Elite Gymnastics/Vistamar School)
Indianapolis, Ind. (Sharp’s Gymnastics/DeVeau’s/Cathedral HS)
10-time All-American, 2011 NCAA BB champion
Manchester, England (City of Liverpool GC/King’s School)
2012 British Olympian & beam champion
Valencia, Calif. (GymJam/Hart HS)
2013 NIT Level 10 beam champion
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Precision Gymnastics/Univ. of Arizona)
Career-best of 9.85 or better on all four events
Head Coach: Valorie Kondos Field (25th year, UCLA ‘87)
Associate Head Coach: Chris Waller (13th year, UCLA ‘91); Assistant Coach: Randy Lane (11th year, Illinois ‘89); Volunteer Assistant Coach: Dom Palange
Graduate Student Manager: Kaitlin Reid; Team Managers: Cassie Whitcomb, Jordyn Wieber
UCLA Signs All-Star Class in Early Period
UCLA will add two world gold medalists and another senior elite to its program with
the signing of two-time defending world all-around champion Simone Biles, world
championship team member Madison Kocian, and Macy Toronjo to national letters
of intent.
Biles is already one of the most decorated gymnasts in U.S. history after just two years
at the senior level. She has won nine World medals in two years (six gold, two silver,
one bronze), which is tied for second-most all-time in U.S. history. In 2014, she became
the first woman in 40 years to win four gold medals at a single World Championships,
capturing team, all-around, balance beam and floor exercise gold. She also won a silver
medal on vault. In 2013, she won her first World gold medals, in the all-around and
floor exercise, and also collected silver on vault and bronze on balance beam. Biles’
six World gold medals are the most ever by an American woman.
Kocian helped the U.S. win the team title at the World Championships this fall, competing all-around in the preliminaries and providing a high score on uneven bars
in the team finals. Kocian also won silver medals on uneven bars at the 2014 Pan
American Championships, City of Jesolo Trophy, P&G National Championships and
U.S. Classic. At the junior level, Kocian placed third on bars and fifth in the all-around
at the 2010 Visa National Championships and sixth in the all-around at the 2009 Visa
National Championships.
Toronjo is coming off an impressive senior elite debut in 2014, placing eighth in the
all-around and sixth on floor exercise at the P&G National Championships and first
in the all-around, bars and beam and second on floor at the American Classic. She
is already off to a great start in 2015, winning the all-around and three events at the
Level 10 Texas Prime Meet on Jan. 16. At the junior level in 2011, Toronjo won a bronze
medal on floor and placed ninth in the all-around at the Junior American Classic to
qualify for the Visa National Championships.
Biles and Kocian plan to defer enrollment until after the 2016 Olympics. Toronjo plans
to join the Bruins in the 2015-16 school year.
Looking Ahead
UCLA returns home to host seventh-ranked Nebraska, Sacramento State and Bridgeport on Saturday, Feb. 21at 4pm in the team’s annual pink meet.
Updated Bios:
Sadiqua Bynum - Redshirt Junior
Captured her second-straight floor win with another 9.925 and placed second on
vault with a season-high 9.9 vs. Washington … Recorded a career-high 9.925 to win
floor and placed third on vault with a 9.85 vs. Cal … Scored 9.85 on vault and floor at
Utah, earning a season-best on floor … Did not compete vs. Arizona due to illness …
Placed second on vault at OSU with a stuck Yurchenko layout half that scored 9.875
and also scored 9.7 on floor … Competed on vault and floor in every meet in 2014 and
averaged 9.796 on vault and 9.804 on floor … Recorded three scores of 9.9 or higher
on each event … Upgraded her routines in 2014, vaulting a Upgraded routines on
both vault and floor in 2014, vaulting Yurchenko layout half and a tumbling a double
layout on floor … Scored 9.9 on floor in three consecutive meets from Feb. 16-Mar. 1
… Posted her career-high of 9.925 on vault at Michigan, where she tied for third and
also scored 9.875 on floor … Took home her first event titles at Washington, winning
both vault and floor with scores of 9.9 … Competed on floor in 11 of 14 meets in 2013
and averaged 9.825 in postseason competition … Prior to 2013, she had not competed
since the 2011 Level 10 State meet due to a torn Achilles and torn labrum … Top 5
finishes in the all-around, vault and bars at the 2011 Level 10 State Championships.
Season Highs: V - 9.9, FX - 9.925
Career Highs: V - 9.925, FX - 9.925
Angi Cipra - Sophomore
Scored a career-high 9.875 on vault and earned a 9.8 on floor despite an out-of-bounds
deduction vs. Washington … Recorded a season-best 9.9 on floor vs. Cal … Set a new
season-high on floor at Utah with a 9.85 and also scored 9.825 on vault … Tied her
career-high on vault with a 9.85 vs. Arizona … Scored 9.75 on vault and 9.725 on floor
in her first meet in 11 months, at OSU … Missed the final three months of the 2014
season after injuring her heel in the Feb. 8 meet against Arizona State… Averaged
9.855 on floor in the five meets in which she competed … Tied for second on floor at
Cal with a 9.9 … Tied for UCLA’s top score on vault at Utah with a 9.85 and also posted
a career-high 9.6 on beam and scored 9.875 on floor … Recorded a career-high 9.95
on floor vs. OSU, receiving a 10 from one of the two judges … Pac-12 Freshman of
the Week (Jan. 14) after scoring 9.85 and tying for fifth place on both vault and floor
in her collegiate debut vs. Florida … NACGC/W Scholastic All-American … Won the
2012 Level 10 national title on floor exercise and placed third on vault … Swept the
all-around and four events at both the Region 1 and State Championships in 2012
… Won the Level 10 State floor exercise title in 2013.
Season Highs: V - 9.875, BB - 9.725 (ex.), FX - 9.9
Career Highs: V - 9.875, BB - 9.6, FX - 9.95
Ellette Craddock - Senior
Earned 9.8 on beam vs. Arizona … Scored 9.65 on beam in her only counting routine at
OSU … Recorded UCLA’s highest score on beam at the 2014 NCAA Semifinals, scoring
a career-high 9.875 … Competed on beam in three of the last five meets … Hit for a
9.8 at the Pac-12 Championships … Scored then-career-highs on beam with 9.825
leadoff scores vs. ASU and at Cal … Registered a season-high 9.775 on bars at Cal and
vs. Florida … Earned honorable mention ac-12 All-Academic honors … Missed the
2013 season after slicing a tendon on a finger in a non-gymnastics accident … Scored
well in exhibition performances against Southern Utah, recording 9.75 on bars and
9.825 on beam … Over six routines in 2012 (five exhibition, one in competition), she
averaged 9.74 … In her one counting routine in 2012, she scored 9.8 on uneven bars
… 2010 Level 10 State all-around, bars and beam champion …2009 Level 10 State
all-around, bars, beam and floor champion.
Season Highs: UB - 9.175 (ex.), BB - 9.8
Career Highs: UB - 9.8, BB - 9.875
Sophina DeJesus - Junior
Picked up her first win of the season, scoring a season-high 9.9 to place first on bars
vs. Washington and also earned a season-best 9.85 on beam … Scored 9.8 on beam
and 9.775 on bars vs. Cal … Had a strong meet vs. Arizona, placing second on bars
(9.85) and fifth on beam (9.825) and scoring 9.775 in an exhibition floor routine …
Scored 9.725 on bars and 9.75 on beam at OSU … Second-team All-American on
uneven bars in each of the last two seasons … Finished 2014 ranked 13th in the nation on bars and held a season average of 9.842, with a career-high of 9.975 set Feb.
8 against ASU … Recorded a pair of 9.875s on bars and beam at the NCAA Regional
… Had her best all-around meet vs. Stanford, scoring career-highs of 9.95 on floor
and 9.9 on beam, along with a 9.75 on bars … Hit 34 of 36 routines without a fall
in 2013 … Had one of her best overall meets at the NCAA Regional, scoring 9.85 on
bars and floor and a career-high 9.9 on beam to tie for third … Followed it up with
a stellar performance at the NCAA semifinals, tying her career-high on bars with a
9.9 and scoring 9.825 on beam and 9.875 on floor … Three of her four uneven bars
routines in the postseason scored a career-high 9.9 … Twice earned Pac-12 Freshman/
Newcomer of the Week honors (1/29 and 1/8) … 2009 U.S. National Team member …
Three-time USA Championships qualifier … Former professional actress and dancer.
Season Highs: UB - 9.9, BB - 9.85, FX - 9.775 (ex.)
Career Highs: UB - 9.975, BB - 9.9, FX - 9.95
Rechelle Dennis - Freshman
Five-time JO National Championships qualifier (2010-14) … Highest finish was seventh
in the all-around and uneven bars and fifth on floor exercise at the 2012 JO Nationals
… Placed ninth on floor at the 2014 JO Nationals … Uneven bars and floor champion
at the 2012 Region 6 Championships … Repeated as floor champion and also won the
all-around at the 2013 Region 6 Championships … New York State all-around, bars and
floor champion in 2013 … Won the uneven bars at the 2014 state and region meets.
Karli Dugas - Freshman
Redshirting in 2015.
Danusia Francis - Junior
Won beam with a 9.925, placed second on floor with a 9.9 and tied for third on bars
with a 9.85 vs. Washington … Earned a career-high 9.925 as the leadoff on bars and
also scored 9.85 on beam and floor vs. Cal … Scored a season-best 9.825 on bars
and added a 9.8 on beam and 9.85 on floor at Utah … Won floor for the first time
in her career, scoring 9.925 against Arizona, and also placed second on beam with
a 9.925 … Scored 9.775 on bars, 9.325 on beam and 9.4 on floor at OSU … Has hit
all but one routine in team competition over her career, including all 29 in 2014 and
all 31 during her freshman season … Made history twice in 2014, first by becoming
the first gymnast to do a sideways side aerial to a layout full dismount off the side of
the beam and then by scoring UCLA’s eighth perfect 10 on beam on Mar. 16 … Firstteam Regular Season All-American and All-Pac-12 on beam … Honorable mention
Pac-12 All-Academic … Ranked No. 4 in the nation on beam to end the regular season
… Averaged 9.898 on beam and scored 9.9 or higher eight times, placing first four
times … Scored career-highs of 9.9 on bars and floor at NCAA Regionals … Named
Pac-12 Specialist of the Week Mar. 18 after scoring her 10 on beam … Averaged 9.840
on bars while competing as the leadoff with a season-high of 9.9 … First-team AllAmerican on beam in 2013 and placed eighth at the event finals, where she became
the first collegiate gymnast ever to successfully perform a sideways aerial on beam
… Second-team regular season All-American and All-Pac-12 on beam … NACGC/W
Scholastic All-American … Placed in the Top 3 on beam in nine meets in 2013, with
a team-best six victories … Competed for Great Britan at the 2013 World University
Games and finished sixth on floor exercise … Reserve for Great Britain’s 2012 Olympic
team … Competed at the 2011 World Championships, helping Great Britain achieve a
best-ever fifth-place finish and a full team qualification for the 2012 Olympics … Beam
champion and all-around runner-up at the 2011 British Championships.
vault that scored 9.825 … Underwent an ACL revision surgery in November of 2013
and was forced to sit out a second consecutive season … Was Canada’s top competitor in 2012 and 2011 until she suffered a knee injury at the national championships
that kept her out of the Olympic Games and her freshman season in 2013 … Served
as honorary team captain for the Canadian gymnastics team at the 2012 Olympics
… Competed at the World Championships in 2011 and earned a Top 20 all-around
finish … Won bronze in the all-around and silver on beam and floor at the 2012 Pacific
Rim Championships … Won gold on uneven bars at the World Cup in Croatia in 2012.
Season Highs: UB - 9.925, BB - 9.925, FX - 9.925
Career Highs: UB - 9.925, BB - 10.0, FX - 9.925
Season/Career Highs: V - 9.825, UB - 9.95, BB - 9.95
Mikaela Gerber - Sophomore
Averaging over 9.75 on both beam (9.76) and floor (9.788) … Recorded her third
9.8 score on beam this season in the win over Cal … Tied her career-best on floor at
Utah with a 9.825 and recorded a leadoff 9.675 on beam … Tied her career-high on
beam (9.8) and set a new best on floor (9.825) vs. Arizona … Scored a career-high 9.8
on beam and 9.725 on floor to place fifth on each event at Oregon State … Competed on beam in one meet and performed exhibition routines in six other meets
… Recorded high exhibition marks of 9.75 on beam and 9.625 on vault at Arizona …
NACGC/W Scholastic All-American … Key member of the Canadian National Team
that placed 11th at the 2011 World Championships … Two-time silver medalist at
the 2011 Pan American Games, capturing second place on floor and in the team
competition … Placed 12th in the all-around, fourth on beam and eighth on vault at
the 2012 Canadian Championships … At the junior level, she was a silver all-around
medalist at the 2010 and 2009 Canadian Championships … Younger sister of UCLA
All-American Aisha Gerber.
Season Highs: BB - 9.8, FX - 9.825
Career Highs: V - 9.625 (ex.), BB - 9.8, FX - 9.825
Napualani Hall - Freshman
Earned 9.775 on vault and 9.725 on floor in exhibition performances at Utah … Competed on floor in the first two meets and earned a high of 9.675 at Oregon State, where
she also exhibitioned on vault for a 9.775 … Level 10 state all-around, vault, bars and
beam silver medalist in 2014 … Won vault and placed sixth in the all-around at the
2013 JO Nationals … Level 10 Regional all-around, vault and floor exercise champion
and all-around, beam and floor state champion in 2013 … Placed fifth in the all-around
and won a silver medal on vault at 2012 JO Nationals … Won the Regional vault title
and state all-around, vault and floor crowns in 2012 … Qualified to the VISA National
Championships in 2009 as a junior, placing 14th in the all-around, and in 2010 as a
senior, where she was 14th on vault … Vault bronze medalist at the 2011 American
Classic … Won Level 10 Regional all-around title in 2007.
Season/Career Highs: V - 9.775 (ex.), FX - 9.675/9.725 (ex.)
Janay Honest - Freshman
Tied her season-high on vault with a 9.825 vs. Washington … Scored 9.8 on vault at
Utah … Earned 9.825 on vault (fifth place) and bars (third place) vs. Arizona … TIed
for fifth on vault with a 9.825 at OSU … Placed second in the all-around and floor
and fifth on vault and bars at the 2014 Region 1 Championships to qualify for the JO
National Championships … Won floor and placed second on vault at the 2014 NorCal
State Championships … JO NIT vault champion, floor silver medalist and all-around
bronze medalist in 2013.
Season/Career Highs: V - 9.825, UB - 9.825
LaNiesha-Jopré Irvin - Freshman
Stuck her first three collegiate vaults and averages 9.867, third-best on the team …
Has placed in the Top 3 on vault in every meet she has competed … Tied for third
with a 9.85 vs. Cal … Tied for second place at Utah with a career-best 9.9 … Stuck
a Yurchenko layout full vault in her collegiate debut vs. Arizona and scored 9.85 to
tie for second place … Placed fifth on vault at the 2011 JO National Championships
… Vault and floor champion and fourth in the all-around at the 2014 SoCal State
Championships … Placed fourth on vault at the 2014 Region 1 Championships …
Competed at the 2009 U.S. Challenge.
Season/Career Highs: V - 9.9
Christine Peng-Peng Lee - Redshirt Sophomore
Tied for third on bars (9.85) and second on beam (9.875) vs. Washington … Pac-12
Specialist of the Week for Feb. 2 after scoring 9.95 on bars and beam to win those
events vs. Cal … Received a 10.0 from one of the two judges on her bars routine vs. Cal
and finished with a 9.95 … Tied for first on bars at Utah with a 9.9 … Placed third on
beam in her Pauley Pavilion debut vs. Arizona, scoring 9.85 … Won bars (9.9) and beam
(9.875) in her collegiate debut at OSU and also tied for fifth with a stuck Yurchenko full
Jessy MacArthur - Sophomore
Earned a score of 9.7 on bars in an exhibition vs. Washington … Scored 9.75 on bars
in her competitive debut at Washington in 2014 … Earned a season-best score of 9.85
in an exhibition bars routine at Arizona and had five 9.725+ scores in six exhibition
performances … NACGC/W Scholastic All-American … Competed at the 2013 NIT,
placing eighth on uneven bars … Tied for third on bars and was seventh on beam and
eighth on vault and all-around at the 2013 Region 1 Championships … Had a strong
showing at the 2012 NIT, placing sixth in the all-around and on bars and fifth on vault
… Tied for fourth on vault and was fifth on floor at the 2012 Region 1 Championships
… Placed second on bars at the 2010 Level 10 State meet.
Season Highs: UB - 9.7 (ex.)
Career Highs: UB - 9.75/9.85 (ex.)
Sonya Meraz - Freshman
Won the all-around in her first attempt vs. Washington, scoring 39.025, and also placed
third on floor with a career-high 9.875 … Averaging a team-best 9.775 on beam …
Scored 9.8 on beam in her first counting beam routine vs. Cal … Fourth on floor with
a 9.825 in her floor debut vs. Arizona and also scored 9.825 in an exhibition beam
performance … Placed fifth on bars with a 9.775 and scored 9.775 on an exhibition
beam routine at OSU … 2014 Level 10 Region 1 floor exercise champion and SoCal
State uneven bars champion… Won the all-around, vault and beam at the 2013 JO
NIT … JO National Championships qualifier in 2012 after finishing in fifth place in
the all-around at the Region 1 Championships … Level 10 State all-around and beam
champion and vault, bars and floor runner-up in 2012.
Season/Career Highs: V - 9.8, UB - 9.775, BB - 9.8/9.825 (ex.), FX - 9.875, AA - 39.025
Melissa Metcalf - Freshman
Out indefinitely due to a knee injury … Silver medalist on floor at the 2014 Level
10 Regionals … Won the all-around, bars and floor titles at the 2014 Level 10 State
Championships … Enjoyed a successful 2013 campaign, winning the Level 10 state
all-around, uneven bars and floor championships, the Level 10 Regional all-around,
bars, beam and floor titles, and placing first on bars, third on beam and fifth in the
all-around at JO Nationals … Won the 2009 Level 10 state floor exercise title … Qualified to junior international elite in 2008 and competed at the VISA Championships,
finishing in the Top 20 in the all-around and Top 10 on uneven bars … Made the JO
National Team in 2007 after a fourth-place all-around finish … JO National qualifier
in 2006 and the Level 10 state vault champion.
Hallie Mossett - Sophomore
Competed on floor for the first time this season vs. Washington and scored 9.825 …
Scored a season-high 9.85 on bars and went 9.75 on beam in her first routine of the
season … Scored 9.75 on bars at OSU … Hit 41 of 43 routines without a fall during
the 2014 season … Averaged 9.79 as the leadoff on beam in UCLA’s last seven meets
… Placed in the Top 3 in four of five all-around appearances, winning twice … Earned
39.275 in the all-around at Michigan … Scored a career-high 39.425 in the all-around
to place third at Arizona and also set a new career-high on vault with a 9.85 … Won
her second Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honor after capturing all-around title vs.
Arizona State with a then-career-high 39.325 … Scored two career-highs at Cal, winning bars with a 9.9 and tying for second on beam with a 9.875 to win Pac-12 Freshman
of the Week … Won the all-around at Utah in her all-around debut, scoring 39.075 …
Five-time VISA Championships competitor, qualifying for the national championship
meet from 2007-11 … Highest finish at the VISA Championships was a ninth-place
showing to make the national team in 2008, and she also placed fifth on floor and
seventh on vault … Named to the U.S. National Team in 2011 and was an alternate
for the Pan American Games.
Season Highs: UB - 9.85, BB - 9.75, FX - 9.825
Career Highs: V - 9.85, UB - 9.9, BB - 9.875, FX - 9.875, AA - 39.425
Samantha Peszek - Redshirt Senior
Ranked No. 1 in the nation on beam and No. 2 in the all-around … Placed second
on vault (9.9) and bars (9.875) vs. Washington … Has nine of 17 possible first-place
finishes this year …Limited to just uneven bars vs. Cal due to tightness in her calf
muscle and scored 9.875 to place third … Named Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week Jan.
26 after winning the all-around with a season-high 39.625 at Utah and also capturing
first place on beam (9.95) and bars (9.9) and second on vault (9.9) and floor (9.875) …
Scored 9.975 on bars, 9.95 on beam and 9.875 on vault to place first on every event
in which she competed vs. Arizona … During her 9.95 beam routine, she threw a
standing full to an arabesque … Recorded the nation’s highest all-around score at
the time with a 39.55 to win at OSU … Also claimed first on vault (career-high tying
9.95) and floor( 9.875), seoncd on bars (9.875) and third on beam (9.85) … Firstteam All-American in the all-around (fourth) and on bars (12th) … Second-team
All-American on vault and floor … Earned first-team regular season All-America
honors on beam and second-team on bars … NCAA Regional all-around, bars and
beam champion … First-team All-Pac-12 on beam and the Pac-12 beam champion
… Received Pac-12 weekly awards in four of the last six weeks - three Specialist of
the Week awards and Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week the final week … Had 17 out of a
possible 39 individual victories in 2014, including team-highs of six on bars and five
on beam … Scored 9.9 or better on 23 of 34 routines and hit 34-for-34 with no score
under 9.775 … Won the all-around with a career-high-tying 39.7 and bars and beam
with 9.95s at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional … Scored her first career perfect 10 on
bars vs. ASU Feb. 8 … 2011 NCAA balance beam champion … 10-time All-American
… First collegiate gymnast ever to do a standing full on balance beam in collegiate
competition … Redshirted in 2013 with a torn Achilles tendon … Led UCLA in 2012
with 15 individual victories, including six on beam and five in the all-around, and hit
43 of her 46 routines, with 41 of those routines scoring 9.825 or higher … Four-time
NACGC/W Scholastic All-American … Member of the U.S. team that won the silver
medal at the 2008 Olympic Games and the 2007 U.S. squads that won gold medals
at the World Championships and Pan American Games.
Season Highs: V - 9.95, UB - 9.975, BB - 9.95, FX - 9.875, AA - 39.625
Career Highs: V - 9.95, UB - 10.0, BB - 9.95, FX - 9.95, AA - 39.7
Jennifer Pinches - Sophomore
Upgraded her opening tumbling pass to a full-in and scored a season-best 9.825 vs.
Washington … Vaulted for the first time this season vs. Cal and scored 9.775 … Earned
a season-high 9.8 as the leadoff on floor at Utah … Scored 9.775 on floor despite a step
out of bounds vs. Arizona … Exhibitioned on floor at OSU, scoring 9.75 … Member
of Great Britain’s 2012 Olympic squad that finished a national all-time best sixth at
the Olympic Games in London … Won the balance beam title and was second in the
all-around and vault at the 2012 British Championships … Won bronze medals in the
all-around, uneven bars and floor exercise at the 2011 British Championships … Won
all-around gold at the 2012 English Championships after placing second in both 2010
and 2011 … Competed for Great Britain at the 2010 and 2011 World Championships,
qualifying to the all-around finals both years … Won a bronze medal on floor at the
2010 Glasgow Grand Prix.
Season Highs: V - 9.775, FX - 9.825
Career Highs: V - 9.8, BB - 9.675, FX - 9.875
Alex Waller - Sophomore
Made her UCLA debut on Mar. 16, 2014 with an exhibition vault that scored 9.525 …
NACGC/W Scholastic All-American … Won the balance beam title in the Senior D age
group at the 2013 National Invitational Tournament, scoring 9.4, and placed seventh
in the all-around and on uneven bars … Placed in the Top 12 on vault, bars and beam
at the 2013 Region 1 meet … Won bars and placed third in the all-around at the 2013
San Diego Classic … Bars champion at the 2013 Houston National Invitational …
Won the 2012 SoCal State Level 10 title on beam while placing sixth in the all-around.
Career Highs: V - 9.525 (ex.)
Jordan Williams - Graduate
Captured her first event title as a Bruin, scoring a career-high 9.95 on vault vs. Washington and also scored 9.625 in an exhibition beam routine … Recorded a season-high
9.875 on a stuck vault and placed second vs. Cal … Scored 9.775 on vault at Utah …
Tied for second on vault vs. her former team, Arizona, with a score of 9.85 … Tied for
fith on vault at OSU with a 9.825 … UCLA Gymnastics’ first-ever graduate transfer …
Earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona, where she competed
from 2011-14 … Competed in the first three meets of the 2014 season at Arizona,
posting career-highs of 9.85 on bars, beam and floor and 39.225 in the all-around
before injuries forced her to sit out the rest of the year … Granted a redshirt season
… Competed four times in the all-around in 2013, posting a career-best 39.2 against
Utah … Recorded a career-high 9.85 on bars and 9.8 on beam at the 2013 Pac-12
Championships … Competed in 13 of 13 meets in 2012 and posted a career high 9.9
on vault at the NCAA Regional Championships … As a freshman, competed in 11 of
12 meets … Performed well in three meets held at Pauley Pavilion in 2011, scoring
9.8 on vault at the Pac-10 Showcase, 9.825 on vault in a tri-meet and 9.8 on vault and
a career high 9.850 on beam at the Pac-10. Championships … Four-time JO National
Championships qualifier and a 2009 JO National Team member.
Season Highs: V - 9.95, BB - 9.625 (ex.)
Career Highs: V - 9.9, UB - 9.85, BB - 9.85, FX - 9.875, AA - 39.225
Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field
UCLA head coach for 25 years, Valorie Kondos Field has positioned her Bruins as one of
the premier programs in collegiate gymnastics. Not only has she consistently recruited
and coached some of the top talent in the world, but she has produced the results.
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. UCLA has remained
the Leader of the Pac under Kondos Field’s tenure, winning 12 conference titles, including the inaugural Pac-12 title in 2012, to go along with 16 NCAA Regional titles.
Kondos Field, who is now in her 25th year as head coach of the Bruins, emphasizes a
team concept, but her student-athletes have also found individual success, winning
25 NCAA individual titles during her years as head coach.
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 co-head coach Jim Stephenson, learned
the fundamentals of the sport. 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.
Kondos Field was appointed head coach of the Bruins in 1991 and brought in Scott
Bull as her co-head coach. 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.
Kondos Field’s accomplishments did not go unnoticed. She was selected by her peers
as the NACGC/W National Coach of the Year in 1996, 1997, 2000 and 2001. She was
also named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year in 1995, 2000 and 2003 and the Pac-12 Coach
of the Year in 2012. In 2010, she was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame.
In 24 years as Bruin head coach, Kondos Field holds a career record of 451-107-2 (.810
winning percentage). She was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010.
Team - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Sophina DeJesus - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
V
49.300 (1)
49.250 (1)
49.275 (2)
49.100 (2)
49.450 (1)
UB
49.075 (1)
48.700 (2)
48.100 (2)
49.375 (1)
49.075 (1)
BB
48.925 (2)
49.350 (1)
48.100 (2)
49.200 (1)
49.125 (1)
FX
48.700 (2)
48.675 (2)
49.250 (1)
49.125 (2)
49.350 (1)
AA
196.000 (1)
195.975 (1)
194.725 (2)
196.800 (1)
197.000 (1)
49.275
49.450
49.725
48.865
49.375
49.825
48.940
49.350
49.725
49.020
49.350
49.875
196.100
197.000
198.875
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
9.725 (10)
9.850 (2)
9.725 (9t)
9.775 (7t)
9.900 (1)
BB
9.750 (7)
9.825 (5)
9.425 (9)
9.800 (4t)
9.850 (4)
FX
–
9.775
–
9.750
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.795
9.900
9.975
9.730
9.850
9.900
–
–
9.950
–
–
–
Sadiqua Bynum - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Rechelle Dennis - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
9.875 (2)
–
9.850 (7)
9.850 (3t)
9.900 (2)
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
9.700 (9)
–
9.850 (4t)
9.925 (1)
9.925 (1)
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.869
9.900
9.925
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.850
9.925
9.925
–
–
–
Angi Cipra - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
9.750 (10)
9.850 (2t)
9.825 (8t)
9.725 (11t)
9.875 (4)
UB
–
–
–
9.805
9.875
9.875
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Danusia Francis - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
FX
9.725 (5t)
9.325 (11)
9.850 (4t)
9.900 (2t)
9.800 (6t)
AA
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
9.725
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.600
9.700
9.900
9.950
–
–
–
–
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
9.775 (5t)
9.775 (8t)
9.825 (6)
9.925 (2)
9.850 (3t)
BB
9.325 (12)
9.925 (2)
9.800 (6)
9.850 (2t)
9.925 (1)
FX
9.400 (12)
9.925 (1)
9.850 (4t)
9.850 (4)
9.900 (2)
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.830
9.925
9.925
9.765
9.925
10.000
9.785
9.925
9.925
–
–
–
Ellette Craddock - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Mikaela Gerber - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
8.750
9.175
8.975
–
–
BB
9.650 (10t)
9.800 (6t)
9.125 (11)
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.800
9.525
9.800
9.875
–
–
–
–
–
–
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
9.800 (5t)
9.800 (6t)
9.675 (8)
9.800 (4t)
9.725 (9)
FX
9.725 (5t)
9.825 (4t)
9.825 (7)
9.775 (9)
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.760
9.800
9.800
9.788
9.825
9.825
–
–
–
Napualani Hall - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Jessy MacArthur - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
V
9.775
9.700
9.775
–
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
9.675 (10)
9.275 (12)
9.725
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.475
9.675
–
–
–
–
JaNay Honest - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
–
–
–
8.975
9.700
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.750
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Sonya Meraz - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
V
9.825 (4t)
9.825 (5)
9.800 (11)
9.750 (10)
9.825 (6)
UB
–
9.825 (3t)
8.750 (11)
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.805
9.825
9.825
9.288
9.825
9.825
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
9.800 (7)
UB
9.775 (5t)
9.275 (10)
–
9.750 (9)
9.600 (10)
BB
9.775
9.825
9.700
9.800 (4t)
9.750 (8)
FX
–
9.825 (4t)
–
9.300 (12)
9.875 (3)
AA
–
–
–
–
39.025 (1)
9.800
9.800
9.800
9.600
9.775
9.775
9.775
9.800
9.800
9.667
9.875
9.875
39.025
39.025
39.025
LaNiesha-Jopré Irvin - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Melissa Metcalf - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
9.850 (2t)
9.900 (2t)
9.850 (3t)
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.867
9.900
9.900
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Christine Peng-Peng Lee - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Hallie Mossett - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
9.825 (4t)
9.750 (6t)
–
–
–
UB
9.900 (1)
8.975 (12)
9.900 (1t)
9.950 (1)
9.850 (3t)
BB
9.875 (1t)
9.850 (3t)
9.250 (10)
9.950 (1)
9.875 (2t)
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.788
9.825
9.825
9.715
9.950
9.950
9.760
9.950
9.950
–
–
–
–
–
–
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
9.750 (8t)
–
8.525 (12)
9.850 (4)
9.575 (11)
BB
–
–
–
9.750 (7t)
–
FX
–
–
–
–
9.825 (4t)
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9.825
9.425
9.850
9.900
9.750
9.750
9.875
9.825
9.825
9.875
–
–
39.425
Samantha Peszek - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
9.950 (1)
9.875 (1)
9.900 (2t)
–
9.900 (2t)
UB
9.875 (2)
9.975 (1)
9.900 (1t)
9.875 (3)
9.875 (2)
BB
9.850 (3)
9.950 (1)
9.950 (1)
–
9.250 (12)
FX
9.875 (1)
–
9.875 (2t)
–
–
AA
39.550 (1)
–
39.625 (1)
–
–
9.906
9.950
9.950
9.900
9.975
10.00
9.750
9.950
9.950
9.875
9.875
9.950
39.588
39.625
39.700
Jennifer Pinches - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
9.775 (9)
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
9.750
9.775 (8)
9.800 (8t)
9.675 (11)
9.825 (4t)
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.775
9.775
9.800
–
–
–
–
–
9.675
9.769
9.825
9.875
–
–
–
Alex Waller - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
–
–
–
–
–
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
–
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Jordan Williams - Meet-by-Meet Scores/Placements
Date
1/12
1/19
1/23
2/1
2/9
2/14
2/21
2/28
3/7
3/13
3/21
4/4
4/17
4/18
Average
15 High
Career-Hi
V
9.825 (4t)
9.850 (2t)
9.775 (12)
9.875 (2)
9.950 (1)
UB
–
–
–
–
–
BB
–
–
–
–
9.625
FX
–
–
–
–
–
AA
–
–
–
–
–
9.855
9.950
9.950
–
–
9.850
–
–
9.850
–
–
9.875
–
–
39.225
(underlined scores indicate exhibition routines)
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