The Spartans got a sendoff from the beach volleyball team before leaving on Tuesday.

Spartans Compete at NCAA Regional Beginning Wednesday

This Week's Meet Information - San José State at NCAA Seattle Regional
First Round San José State vs. Stanford
When Wednesday, March 30 | 3 p.m. PT
Where Alaska Airlines Arena, Seattle, Wash.
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Rosters San Jose State | Stanford
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The San José State women's gymnastics program makes its eighth NCAA regional appearance this week as the team competes at the Seattle Regional this Thursday-Saturday, March 30-April 3. The Spartans qualified for the region after finishing 34th in the country with a 196.260 national qualifying scoring.
The Spartans face Stanford in the first round of the regional on Wednesday at 3 p.m. inside Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle. The winner of the dual meet advances to the second round Thursday and competes in the second session with Oregon State, Illinois and Utah.
If SJSU does not advance, four gymnasts will compete on Thursday. Jada Mazury and Lauren Macpherson have been selected as all-around performers. Madison Kirsch advanced as a vault specialist, while Emma Milne is a beam specialist. Macpherson would compete in Session One and rotate with BYU. In Session Two, Mazury would rotate with Stanford, while Kirsch and Milne would compete with Oregon State.

  • The Spartans are making their eighth regional appearance in school history.
  • This is the third appearance in a regional hosted by Washington (2003, 2009, 2022).
  • The team's best finish was fourth place in 2006 (192.375) and 2011 (194.425).
  • For the fourth time in school history, the San José State women's gymnastics team claimed the title of Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Champions. The Spartans won the 2022 champion with a meet-record team score of 196.425, the third-highest score in school history.
  • Individually, San José State swept the event titles and all-around title. It was just the third time a team swept the event titles. The Spartans also did it in 2003.
  • The Spartans finished the regular season ranked 34th in the national rankings with a 196.250 national qualifying score. Individually, the top Spartan in every event ranks in the top-70 or higher.
  • For the first time in school history, the San José State women's gymnastics team broke the 196.000 team score barrier and recorded five 196+ scores this season.