Washington at Oregon State


Full Results Oregon State: 197.275 Washington: 194.450
VT: Thompson 9.925 UB: Carey 9.975 BB: Dagen 9.925 FX: Carey 10.000 AA: Carey 39.750

The Big Storyline: Behind another incredible day from freshman Jade Carey and a season-high 49.675 on floor, Oregon State earned a home win over Washington. The Huskies broke 49 on their first three events and were in contention heading into the final rotation, but counting several falls on beam widened the gap for the final total. Following up her first career perfect score on bars last week, Carey earned her first floor 10.0.

Implications: With the win, Oregon State is now tied with Utah for second in the Pac-12 regular season standings and is looking favorable for a spot in the evening session of the championship meet. Now with three conference losses, the Huskies are most likely bound for the earlier session and will finish in the bottom half of the conference. They’re also still on the regionals bubble.

Records: Despite still having a great meet, a few of Carey’s streaks were broken. She ended with 18-straight routines of 9.9 or better and won the first 20 individual titles possible of her career.


Current Rankings: No. 34 Washington at No. 13 Oregon State

Why You Should Clear Space on Your DVR: This matchup gives us two great storylines to watch, with Washington needing a strong road score to stay on the good side of the regionals bubble abd the phenomenal start to Jade Carey’s Oregon State career.

You Can Fast Forward, but not Through This: Through four all-around performances, Carey has yet to score below 9.9 on a single routine, leads the nation in the all around and earned the first perfect 10.0 of her career last weekend on bars. She’s been the leader of a major resurgence for the Beavers, who are also getting great floor and vault numbers from super senior Kaitlyn Yanish. The Huskies are coming off a season best score last week, with Skylar Killough-Wilhelm leading the way for Washington, ranking in the top 20 on beam.

The event is finished.


Feb 13 2022


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