BYU at Arizona State


Full Results Arizona State: 196.275 BYU 196.250
VT: Smith 


UB: Alvarado 


BB: Scharf 9.925 FX: Scharf 


AA: Scharf 39.500

The Big Storyline: BYU started strong and held the lead until it went to beam, displaying several shaky routines. Career performances from Arizona State helped hold off the Cougars and take the upset win on home turf. Sophomore Hannah Scharf was lights out with multiple career highs for the Sun Devils, leading to a massive 39.500 in the all around to take the title.

Implications: Arizona State had a solid first home meet, scoring in the 196s. With a young roster, the Sun Devils could climb the standings over the next few years. If you’re keeping track of potential NCAA championship individual competitors, don’t forget about Scharf, as she now holds one of the top all around scores in the country. Despite the loss, BYU put together a nice road performance with standout routines on both bars and floor. The Cougars struggled on beam, like most MRGC teams have so far this season. To claim the conference title, BYU will need to get that event straightened out.

Records: BYU scored its highest January total on bars while Arizona State had its highest beam total since 2019. Scharf’s 9.925 on beam is a career high.

The event is finished.


Jan 16 2021


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