San Jose State at UC Davis


Full Results San Jose State: 196.550 UC Davis: 195.675
VT: Kirsch, Lopes 9.875 UB: Milne, Mazury 9.850 BB: Milne 9.925 FX: Ray 9.925 AA: Macpherson 39.325

The Big Storyline: No sportswriting cliches can capture the absolutely searing performance San Jose State delivered in Davis on Sunday. The Spartans blew through the 196.000 mark for the first time in program history, beating their previous team best by almost six tenths. The Spartan beam team also set a program record of 49.300, led by Emma Milne’s 9.925 routine that tied her own individual program record. UC Davis’ season high, capped by an amazing 49.325 floor rotation, was nothing to sneeze at either.

Implications: San Jose State vaults into regionals position, ranking No. 33 in the week five standings. With one very low score averaged in, the Spartans also stand to gain from the introduction of NQS rankings in a few weeks’ time. UC Davis is a firm No. 2 in the conference, with nearly a point and a half separating it from Air Force at No. 3.

Records: In addition to the beam program record, all three of the Spartans’ other rotation scores were also in the top 10 all time. The 49.300 beam rotation is also an MPSF record while the team score of 196.550 is second-best in conference history. UC Davis’ 49.325 on floor is its best score since 2017.


Current Rankings: No. 37 San Jose State at No. 42 UC Davis

Why You Should Make Time to Tune in: In this tightly ranked matchup, MPSF supremacy will be at stake as the two conference frontrunners will battle it out in the first of two dual meets between these foes.

Need More Proof? San Jose State’s Jada Mazury had a hot start to her season, posting a massive 9.925 on bars in the Spartans’ first meet and has since notched a 9.825 or better on every event. Mazury will be tested in the all-around by the Aggies’ Kyla Kessler, who has also reached the 9.9 echelon on beam this season.

The event is finished.


Feb 06 2022


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