California at Arizona State


Full Results Arizona State: 197.075 California: 196.850
VT: Theodorou 9.925 UB: Bordas, Li 9.925 BB: Scharf 9.950 FX: Li 9.950 AA: Scharf 39.575

The Big Storyline: With its second straight 197, Arizona State was able to get by conference leading California thanks to another big day from Hannah Scharf, who claimed both the beam and all-around titles. The Golden Bears suffered their first loss of the season but got highlight and title-winning performances from Maya Bordas and Andi Li, who tied for second in the all-around with 39.525s.

Implications: California’s loss means that with another loss next weekend, Utah could tie it for a share of the regular season championship. Arizona State’s big total maintains its 15th place NQS ranking while California will make its debut at No. 8.

Records: Scharf tied her career best of 9.900 on vault for the third straight week while teammate Emily White matched her career high of 9.900 on beam.


Current Rankings: California at No. 15 Arizona State

Why You Should Clear Space on Your DVR: Just a win away from claiming at least a share of its first-ever regular season conference title, California hits the road for a tough matchup with top 15 foe Arizona State, who will surely put up a battle as it fights for a spot in the top half of the Pac-12.

You Can Fast Forward, but not Through This: This matchup should feature a fierce all-around competition, with Golden Bears Maya Bordas, Neveah DeSouza, Andi Li and Sun Devils Hannah Scharf and Emily White having all gone 39.500 or better in the all-around this season. With a bulk of routines being performed by those ever-consistent all-arounders, it will be up to their supporting casts to make the biggest difference.

The event is finished.


Feb 27 2022


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