Oregon State at Utah


Full Results Utah: 198.000 Oregon State: 197.150
VT: Carey 9.975 UB: Carey, McCallum 9.950 BB: Isa 10.000 FX: Carey, McCallum, Paulson, Soloski 9.925 AA: Carey 39.700

The Big Storyline: Setting a new season high and finally hitting 198, Utah moved into sole possession of second place in the Pac-12 regular season standings after beating Oregon State. In a night where Olympians Jade Carey, Grace McCallum and Amalie Morgan were honored before the meet and shined during the meet, it was Ute Cristal Isa who stole the show on beam with the first perfect 10 of her career.

Implications: The Utes remain alive in the race for the regular season conference crown but would still need California to lose twice. Hitting 198 will bode well for Utah in terms of the switch switch to NQS, as will the Beavers’ 197 on the road when they’re eligible for an NQS ranking in a couple weeks.

Records: Utah posted a 49.725 on beam to match its nation-leading total. Oregon State’s Madi Dagen set a new all-around career high with a 39.575.


Current Rankings: No. 13 Oregon State at No. 4 Utah

Why You Should Cancel Plans for It: Sole possession of second place in the Pac-12 and still a slim chance at first will be at stake in this matchup with Oregon State taking on Utah. Olympic medalists Jade Carey for the Beavers and Grace McCallum for the Utes will face off for the first time in college.

What We’re Watching: Utah will be aiming to rebound from an upset loss to California last weekend, suffering its first conference loss since 2019. This is also the first of two meets this weekend for the Utes, so it will be interesting to see if anybody is rested.

What Else You Should Know Before Tuning In: This meet is Utah’s Pride Meet, Alumni recognition and Olympian night. The Utes will be honoring their current and former Olympic gymnasts and will also honor Carey.

The event is finished.


Feb 18 2022


Eastern Time
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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