Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Weekly Release – Feb. 10, 2022

Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Weekly Release – Feb.  10, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – Pac-12 women’s gymnastics turns the page to the second-half of its season after a weekend in which three Pac-12 Olympians scored Perfect 10s: Utah’s Grace McCallum (Bars), UCLAs Jordan Chiles (Floor) and Oregon State’s Jade Carey (Bars).

  • Six Pac-12 squads are in the top 25, as No. 3 Utah (197,540) is followed by No. 11 California (196,819), no. 13 Oregon State (196,625), No.16 UCLA (196,300), No. 19 Stanford (196,063) and No. 20 Arizona State (196,050).
  • Saturday’s action will lead off with a top-20 matchup as No. 16 UCLA heads to Maples Pavilion to face No. 19 Stanford at 2 pm PT on Pac-12 Insider, the free, 24/7 streaming channel from Pac-12 Networks.
  • Stanford looks to gain momentum as the Cardinal is coming off last week’s first home meet of the season in which 14 of the team’s 24 routines hit either season-best (or matching) or career-best (or matching) scores.
  • UCLA is coming off a narrow defeat to No. 3 Utah in an ESPN2 nationally-televised meet last Friday night. Th Bruins delivered season-high team totals on all four events, scoring 197,650 to smash their season-best score by 1.25 points. Olympic silver medalist Jordan Chiles won the all-around with a score of 39,700 and scored a perfect 10 on floor exercise. Her all-around score was the highest by a UCLA freshman in 17 years.
  • Later that afternoon, the battle of the Pac-12’s two unbeatens will take place in Haas Pavilion when No. 11 California hosts No. 3 Utah at 4 pm PT. No. 20 Arizona State will visit Arizona in Tucson at the same time.
  • Utah continues to lead the nation with an active streak of 17 consecutive with a score of 49.0 or better on every event. The Utes remain unbeaten in 16 straight regular-season conference meets and has not lost to a Pac-12 opponent since Feb. 23, 2019. Last weekend, Utah’s Grace McCallumalso an Olympic silver medalist, scored her first career Perfect 10 on bars against UCLA. Utah leads the all-time series against California 28-2 (7-1 in Berkeley).
  • On Sunday, Washington will visit No. 13 Oregon State at 12 pm PT for a meet set to air on Pac-12 Insider.
  • The Beavers lead the all-time series against the Huskies 112-29 and also beat UW earlier this season in a tri-meet with San Jose State (195,550-194,000). Oregon State’s Olympic gold medalist Jade Carey continues to lead the Beavers as she ranks tied for first in the country in the all-around, first on bars, tied for fifth on floor and sixth on the beam through Feb. 7. Carey now has won 20 individual titles after scoring the nation’s largest all-around score last Saturday against the Sun Devils (39,825).
  • Twenty-one meets are set for broadcast on Pac-12 Networks this season, including the 2022 Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championships, while another two are slated to air nationally on ESPN.
  • All eight Pac-12 programs began the season in the 2022 WCGA Preseason Coaches Poll in No. 4 Utah, no. 7 California, no. 8 UCLA, no. 12 Arizona State, No. 17 Oregon State, no. 27 Arizona, No. 33 Stanford and No. 34 Washington.
  • Utah, UCLA and California went 1-2-3 in the Pac-12 preseason coaches poll, while Arizona State, Oregon State, Arizona, Stanford and Washington rounded out the league poll.
  • Tickets are currently on sale to the general public for the 2022 Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championships. The one-day event returns to Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah on Saturday, March 19. Complete ticket information can be found at

Pac-12 in the Road to Nationals Standings – Feb. 7

Utah 3 3 4 6 3
California 11 14 6 17 15
Oregon State 13 9 24 14 7
UCLA 16 24 20 10 19
Stanford 19 39 17 17 23
Arizona State 20 18 19 28 25
Washington 34 25 31 24 54
Arizona 36 44 42 29 32

Olympians Made Here

  • The 2022 Pac-12 gymnastics season will feature a strong connection to the recently-concluded 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with four Olympic medalists beginning their collegiate careers on Pac-12 campuses this year. Oregon State’s Jade Carey (USA) won an individual gold medal in the floor exercise, UCLA’s Jordan Chiles and Utah’s Grace McCallum were silver medalists in the team competition with the United States, and Utah’s Amelie Morgan helped Great Britain to team bronze, its first gymnastics medal since 1928.
  • Rounding out the Pac-12 freshmen with Olympic ties are UCLA’s Brooklyn Moorswho competed for Canada in Tokyo, and Utah’s Kara Eaker spirit UCLAs Emma Malabuyo, who were alternates for the United States.


Teams Pac-12 Record Overall Record
# 3 Utah 3-0 7-0
# 11 California 3-0 4-0
# 13 Oregon State 2-1 5-1
Washington 1-2 2-3
# 16 UCLA 1-2 2-4
# 20 Arizona State 1-2 1-3
# 19 Stanford 1-2 1-5
Arizona 0-3 0-6


Saturday, Feb. 10 TV / Stream Hour
No. 16 UCLA at No.19 Stanford Pac-12 Insider / Livestream 2 pm PT
No. 20 Arizona State at Arizona Live Stream 4 pm PT
No. 3 Utah at No. 11 California Live Stream 4 pm PT
Sunday, Feb. 13
Washington at No. 13 Oregon State Pac-12 Insider 12 pm PT

2022 Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Weekly Awards

Gymnast Specialist Freshman / Newcomer Coaches Choice
Jan. 11 Cristal Isa, Utah Jaedyn Rucker, Utah Amelie Morgan, Utah Jillian Hoffman, Utah
Jan. 18 Kyla Bryant, Stanford Sage Thompson, Utah Grace McCallum, Utah Wesley Stephenson, Stanford
Jan. 25 Jade Carey, Oregon State Jillian Hoffman, Utah Jade Carey, Oregon State Skylar Killough-Wilhelm, Washington
Feb. 1 Maile O’Keefe, Utah Cristal Isa, Utah Jade Carey, Oregon State Emi Watterson, California
Feb. 8 Jade Carey, Oregon State Maile O’Keefe, Utah Jordan Chiles, UCLA Madi Degen, Oregon State


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