Gym Devils win Pac-10 dual meet against California
The Arizona State Women's Gymnastics team won the competition against the California Golden Bears 194.450 to 191.975. Beaté Jones hit a all-around score of 38.950, placing first in the competition. Nickie Johnson compiled an total of 38.400 in her all-around debut of the season.
Freshman Sammie Seaman led the team scoring a season-high of 9.850. Jones hit her landing tallying a 9.750. Callie Price nailed her landing posting a 9.725. Hangartner posted a 9.575 in her vault debut of the season. Johnson scored a 9.350 in her vault debut of the season Carly McMahon's hand slipped on the vault leading her to score a 8.600.The Gym Devils compiled a team total of 48.250, taking the lead after the first rotation.
The Gym Devils scored a team total of 48.725 on bars in the second rotation. Seaman nailed her routine tying for first in the competition with a season-high score of 9.800. Hangartner tied with Seaman for first place after nailing her routine also hitting a season-high of 9.800. Johnson hit her routine tallying a 9.750. Jones scored a 9.750, after taking a small step on her landing. Emily Warfield was loose on her straddle back and posted a 9.625. Christina Salavec hit her landing scoring a 9.600. The Gym Devils posted a team total of 48.725 while the Golden Bears totaled a 47.575.
Moving to beam in the third rotation, Salavec led the Gym Devils posting a season-high of 9.775, tying for first place. Snowden tied for second after nailing her skills to score a 9.750. Johnson had one hop on her dismount posting a 9.725. Jones scored 9.550, while Reilly had a few small wobbles on her routine tallying a 9.500. Seaman fell on her series scoring a 9.150. The Gym Devils posted a beam total of 48.300.
In the final rotation on floor, the Gym Devils compiled a season-high team score of 49.175. Jones completed her all-around competition tying her career high score of 9.900, tying for first in the competition. Snowden performed a crowd-pleasing routine tying with Jones for first in the competition with a 9.900. Brittany Schuett was full of power throughout her routine and posted a career-high of 9.850. Salavec nailed her passes scoring a 9.775, while Davies hit a career-high score of 9.750. Johnson stumbled on her final pass scoring a 9.575.
Next the Gym Devils take on the Washington Huskies. The competition is next Friday, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Wells Fargo Arena.