Six members of the Sacramento State gymnastics program as well as the team itself were recognized by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association for their academic achievements during the 2017-18 year. The individuals in alphabetical order were Alexis Belkoff, Tara Catour, Annie Juarez, Courteney Ng, Carly Pratt and Lauren Schmeiss.
The 2018 Sacramento State gymnastics season drew to a close on Saturday afternoon at the Huntsman Center on the campus of the University of Utah. Caitlin Soliwoda scored a season high 39.225 and Annie Juarez added a 39.100 in the all-around while Courtney Soliwoda finished with a 9.800 on beam.
Annie Juarez, Caitlin Soliwoda and Courtney Soliwoda will participate at the NCAA Salt Lake Regional on Saturday, April 7, at 3 p.m. PDT. The Juarez and Caitlin Soliwoda will compete as all-arounders while Courtney Soliwoda will be a specialist on beam.
Three members of the Sacramento State gymnastics team earned invitations to the NCAA Salt Lake City Regional, it was announced today. Seniors Annie Juarez and Caitlin Soliwoda will compete as all-arounders while senior Courtney Soliwoda will be an event specialist on balance beam. The meet will take place on Saturday, April 7, at 3 p.m. PDT.
Annie Juarez finished second in the all-around and Caitlin Soliwoda tied for second on vault to lead the Sacramento State gymnastics team on Saturday at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships on Saturday at Air Force.
A career high from Annie Juarez in the all-around lifted the Sacramento State gymnastics team to its third consecutive home score of at least 195.000 on Friday night at The Nest. The Hornets scored 195.275 to place third in the meet behind 13th-ranked Oregon State (196.850) and 17th-ranked Arizona State (195.900) and ahead if UC Davis (194.475).
Sacramento State will close out its regular season on Friday, March 16, as the Hornets will host their second consecutive four-team meet at The Nest at 7 p.m. Sacramento State will face a pair of top 25 opponents in 13th-ranked Oregon State and No. 17 Arizona State. Local rival UC Davis completes the field.
The Sacramento State gymnastics kept its home success going, posting its second highest score of the season in a four-team meet on Friday at The Nest. The Hornets scored 195.175 to finish third in the meet. Cal, which is ranked 20th in the nation, won the meet with a total of 196.650. Minnesota, the 22nd-ranked team in the country, finished second at 196.475. Alaska Anchorage took fourth at 191.925.
Sacramento State returns home for the first of two straight meets at The Nest beginning on Friday, March 9, as the Hornets welcome Minnesota, Cal and Alaska Anchorage. The contest will begin at 7 p.m. PT.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team could not overcome counting falls in its first two rotations in a 196.725-193.450 loss to No. 14 Boise State on Friday night at Taco Bell Arena. The score ended the Hornets’ streak of three consecutive meets of at least 194 points.
With three consecutive scores of at least 194, the Sacramento State gymnastics team will put its newfound consistency on the line on Friday, March 2, when it travels to No. 14 Boise State for a dual meet. The action will start at 6 p.m. PT from Taco Bell Arena.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team posted its third consecutive score of at least 194 points and cruised to a pair of wins over Alaska Anchorage and Seattle Pacific on Friday night at Brougham Pavilion. The Hornets scores 194.075 to easily surpass host SPU (192.285) and UAA (191.950) who each scored season highs.
Everything is a little brighter for the Sacramento State gymnastics team this week. After a slow start to the season, the Hornets have posted their two best scores of the year in the last two meets. Most recently, Sacramento State score 195.400 which is the highest in the MPSF this year and moved the team up three spots in the national rankings.
It all finally came together for the Sacramento State gymnastics team on Friday night. After an inconsistent start to the season, the Hornets scored a season best 195.400 and earned victories over San Jose State (194.050) and Seattle Pacific (189.200) at The Nest. The score was a full point above the team’s previous high which came last week.
For the first time in over a month, the Sacramento State gymnastics team will compete in The Nest as the Hornets welcome San Jose State and Seattle Pacific for a three-team meet on Friday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.
Sacramento State scored a season high 194.400 and had individual event winners on bars and floor on Friday night at The Pavilion. The Hornets finished in third place behind Utah State (195.000) and UC Davis (194.525).
Having not competed at home in nearly a month, the Sacramento State gymnastics team will settle for the next best thing as the team makes the short trip across the Causeway to face UC Davis and Utah State in a three-team meet on Friday, Feb. 9, at the Pavilion.
Following a career best performance, Sacramento State senior Annie Juarez was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Week, it was announced today. The honor is the first for Juarez during her career.
The Sacramento State women’s gymnastics team earned a victory from Annie Juarez in the all-around and also saw Caitlin and Courtney Soliwoda each win an individual event title at the Seawolf Invitational on Saturday night. The Hornets scored 193.000 to finish in second place. The team defeated host Alaska Anchorage (190.125) but fell to Air Force (193.100) by a tenth of a point.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team will continue its life on the road as it travels to Anchorage, Alaska for a three-team meet on Friday, Feb. 2, at 5 p.m. PT. The meet, which will be hosted by Alaska Anchorage and will also contain Air Force, will take place at Alaska Airlines Center.
Freshman Kendra Braida earned a share of the top spot on beam for the second consecutive week but the Sacramento State gymnastics was topped by San Jose State on Friday night at The Events Center, 194.425-191.775.
This week’s opponent will not have any surprises for the Sacramento State gymnastics team as the Hornets will be facing San Jose State for the third time in 19 days. This week’s meet will take place on Friday, Jan. 26, at The Events Center in San Jose, Calif. Unlike the first two meetings, this matchup will be a dual meet between the two schools.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team scored its season high but could not catch host Utah State or San Jose State in a three-team meet at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum on Friday night. The Hornets scored 193.275 while the host Aggies tallied a team mark of 195.450 and SJSU finished with 194.275.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team will make its first trip outside of Northern California this season when it travels to Logan, Utah to compete in a three-team meet which includes Utah State and San Jose State on Friday, Jan. 19. The meet will begin at 6 p.m. PT at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.
Freshman Jordyn Brent finished first on bars with a 9.800 to highlight the night for the Sacramento State gymnastics team against Washington on Friday at The Nest. The Hornets finished the evening with a total of 191.500 while the 15th-ranked Huskies totaled 195.350.
Another battle against a nationally-ranked opponent looms for the Sacramento State gymnastics team. Just four days after taking on 11th-ranked Cal and 18th-ranked Stanford at the NorCal Classic, the Hornets will welcome No. 18 Washington to The Nest on Friday, Jan. 12.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team opened its season with strong performances on beam and floor but counted falls on vault and bars en route to a fifth-place finish at the NorCal Classic on Monday at Stanford. The Hornets scored 192.875 but were unable to catch the rest of the field. Cal, which is ranked 11th in the preseason poll, won the NorCal Classic for the second consecutive year with a 195.475. Host and 18th-ranked Stanford was second at 194.925. San Jose State (194.475) and UC Davis (194.400) finished third and fourth, respectively.
The Sacramento State gymnastics team will open its 2018 season at the NorCal Classic on Monday, Jan. 8, at 6 p.m. The meet will take place at Maples Pavilion on the campus of Stanford. Along with the Cardinal and the Hornets, the meet will include Cal, San Jose State and UC Davis.