UC Davis and UCLA at Oregon State

Update 1/20: UC Davis was added to this meet after its meets with Alaska were canceled due to COVID protocols.


Full Results Oregon State: 197.000 UCLA: 196.300 UC Davis: 194.700
VT: Carey 9.900 UB: Carey 9.950 BB: Carey 9.975 FX: Carey 9.975 AA: Carey 39.800

The Big Storyline: Oregon State never trailed, and Jade Carey got better as the night went on in the Beavers’ big defeat of visiting UCLA and UC Davis. Carey swept the event titles as the anchor on every event while Lauren Letzsch and Kaitlyn Yanish added 9.900s on floor en route to a great 49.450 event total. The Bruins largely improved on their debut meet of the season but still struggled on vault and floor. Jordan Chiles’ 9.925 on bars was their highest score of the day. UC Davis had a rough outing, but Keanna Abraham shined with a 9.875 on vault.

Implications: The Beavers improved on their opening total by nearly a point and a half and put up one of the handful of 197s of the season, so expect a jump in the rankings. UCLA should also expect a small improvement.

Records: Carey’s all-around total broke Oregon State’s program record, previously 39.750.


Current Rankings: No. 30 UC Davis and UCLA at No. 19 Oregon State

Why You Should Cancel Plans for It: With four 2020 Olympians competing, including gold and silver medalists, this is must-watch television as Oregon State will try to fend off UCLA as the Bruins look to rebound from a poor season debut.

What We’re Watching: Jade Carey’s collegiate debut was excellent, posting a 9.900 or higher on every event to sweep the meet and lead the Beavers to a top 20 ranking. Fellow Olympian Jordan Chiles didn’t quite have the same result in her first collegiate competition, appearing on two events. The Bruins have several shaky performances to put in the rear-view mirror if they want to make the most of their extremely talented roster.

What Else You Should Know Before Tuning In: UCLA senior Margzetta Frazier clipped her feet on the bar in her first event of the season and had to withdraw from the rest of the Bruins’ opener. Her injury status will be crucial for title hopes moving forward.

The event is finished.


Jan 23 2022


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