Washington at UCLA


Full Results UCLA: 197.125 Washington: 194.300
VT: Campbell 9.925 UB: Flatley, Malabuyo 9.875 BB: Killough-Wilhelm, Malabuyo 9.900 FX: Campbell 10.000 AA: Campbell 39.575

The Big Storyline: After just missing a perfect score to end UCLA’s opening rotation, Chae Campbell reached perfection in the anchor spot on floor to cap-off the Bruins’ big win over visiting Washington. Campbell won vault and floor to help her capture the all-around title, with Emma Malabuyo nabbing two titles herself to tie for second in the all-around with teammate Jordan Chiles at 39.375. The Huskies, paced by Skylar Killough-Wilhelm’s continued excellence on beam, faltered on bars to post their second lowest score of the year.

Implications: The Bruins second Pac-12 win of the year matches the Huskies, but neither will be able to finish in the top half of the conference regular season standings. UCLA’s total should help it increase its NQS while Washington’s will remain unchanged.

Records: Campbell’s 10.0 on floor is the first 10.0 of her career, with her all-around total tied for the second highest in her career.


Current Rankings: No. 38 Washington at No.18 UCLA

Why You Should Clear Space on Your DVR: UCLA returns home in desperate need of a win after being upset on the road twice and will face a tough challenge from Washington, coming off two season-highs and an upset of its own last weekend.

You Can Fast Forward, but not Through This: Jordan Chiles had an up and down last meet, nearly reaching perfection again but also falling during a disastrous bars rotation overall. Seeing how the Olympian rebounds, along with the injury status of her many teammates will be a big storyline. Skylar Killough-Wilhelm’s breakout sophomore season, including a new career-best 39.550 in the all around, has been a key factor in getting the Huskies back into the regionals picture, along with Geneva Thompson who is setting career-highs as a fifth-year.

The event is finished.

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Feb 27 2022


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