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Spartans Travel To Capital City for Quad Meet Friday Night

This Week's Meet Information - San José State at Sacramento State
Teams Participating San José State, Sacramento State, Alaska Anchorage, Texas Woman's
When Friday, February 18 | 7 p.m. PT
Where The Nest, Sacramento, Calif.
Entry & Mask Requirements 
  • Fans will need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test along with their ticket for admission into the meet. Masks will also be required for all spectators.
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Rosters San Jose State | Sacramento State 
Alaska Anchorage | Texas Woman's
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The San José State women's gymnastics team takes a trip to the California state capital as the Spartans compete at a quad meet hosted by Sacramento State. Teams competing include the Spartans, Hornets, Alaska Anchorage and Texas Woman's.

National Rankings Ranking AVG HIGH
San José State 33rd 195.238 196.550
Texas Woman's 59th 192.796 194.775
Sacramento State 60th 192.765 195.000
Alaska Anchorage 64th 190.354 192.250

vs. Sacramento State - The two teams competed against each other earlier this season at the Provident Credit Union Event Center, with the Spartans scoring a 195.725 for the meet. This is the second of three meetings between the teams, the third coming in March at the MPSF Championships.
vs. Alaska Anchorage - This is the first time the teams have competed against each other since March 8, 2020, at Denver in what eventually was the final meet of the COVID-shortened season. The two teams face each other one more time this year at the MPSF Championships.
vs. Texas Woman's - The Spartans last competed against Texas Woman's during the 2016 when the Pioneers visited San Jose.

  • For the second consecutive week, two Spartans were honored by the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation as Jada Mazury and Alexa Solomon were named the MPSF Gymnast and Specialist of the Week, respectively, for their performances against Air Force last week.
  • One of the oldest school records in the book, the Spartan bars team set a new record with a 49.350 against Air Force on February 11. The old record of 49.325 was set at the 2004 MPSF Championships. No Spartan scored below a 9.825 on the bars, and Jada Mazury and Alexa Solomon each scored a 9.900 to lead the team. Jaudai Lopes, Lauren Macpherson and Emma Milne each had a 9.850, while Katherine Weyhmiller added a season-best 9.825.
  • Performing just her fifth beam routine as a Spartan, freshman Katherine Weyhmiller won her first beam title with a season- best 9.900 against Air Force on February 11. With this score, she became just the 10th Spartan in school history to record a 9.900 on beam.

The Spartans host UC Davis on Sunday, February 27, at 2 p.m., inside the Provident Credit Union Event Center. Five Spartans will be honored that day after their final home meet in their career - Tia Gin, Jasmine Henley, Antonia Marquez, Carli Orcutt, and Mercedez Sanchez.