Gher Wins Three Events As Gymnastics Best UC Davis, 194.950-194.225

Cami Guyer won the bars with a 9.750 score.
Cami Guyer won the bars with a 9.750 score.

Feb. 7, 2014

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San Jose, Calif. – Bekah Gher won three of the Spartans’ four individual event titles and the San Jose State University women’s gymnastics team won its first home meet of the season, a dual against UC Davis, 194.950-194.200 on February 7.

Gher’s stellar night began with her first event, on vault. She earned her second-consecutive 9.850 to capture the meet title. Alyssa Montalban earned a 9.750, Cassandra Harrison added a 9.725 and Cami Guyer earned a 9.675. Julia Greer and Hannah Gilbert scored matching 9.650 marks to give San Jose State a 48.650 on the apparatus.

The Spartans had a solid showing on bars, which saw all six gymnasts earn a 9.650 or higher. Guyer’s 9.750 gave her the meet’s title, alongside Dani Judal from UC Davis. Harrison and Rachel Heinl scored 9.725 to tie for second. Gher and Marissa Unpingco added 9.700 scores, and Alyssa Kaschak matched her season-high 9.650 for a 48.600 bars score.

The Spartans’ three seniors led the way on beam. Gher earned a season-high 9.850, her second of the night, and the meet’s highest score. Julia Greer, San Jose State’s top performer on the apparatus, scored a 9.775. In her first beam showing of 2014, Cassandra Harrison performed a 9.750 routine. Rounding out the Spartans’ 48.725 beam score were Marissa Unpingco’s 9.700 and Cami Guyer’s 9.650.   

On floor, Gher’s second season-high score of the night, a 9.750, lit a fire for the Spartans. But it was Alyssa Montalban’s energetic performance that got the crowd of 1,083 going. She matched her career-high 9.825, which Guyer promptly followed with a 9.800, matching her own career-high. Harrison added a 9.750.

Just as she has done every meet this season, Greer led the team with a 9.850 to finish second on floor and lead the Spartans to a 48.975 score.

Gher won her second all-around title of the season with a season-best 39.150. Competing in her first all-around of 2014, Harrison’s 38.950 gave her third place. Guyer collected a 38.875 in the all-around.

San Jose State heads to Sacramento State on February 14 for a 7:00 p.m. dual meet.

San Jose State University Women's Gymnastics
February 7, 2014
San Jose, Calif.

Final Scores - 1, San José State (SJSU), 194.950. 2, UC Davis (UCD), 194.225.

Vault - 1, Bekah Gher (SJSU), 9.850. 2, Katy Nogaki (UCD), 9.825. 3, Anna Shumaker (UCD), 9.800. Other San José State scores - Alyssa Montalban, 9.750. Cassandra Harrison, 9.725. Cami Guyer, 9.675. Julia Greer & Hannah Gilbert, 9.650.

Uneven Bars - 1, Tie, Cami Guyer (SJSU) & Dani Judal (UCD), 9.750. 3, Tie, Cassandra Harrison (SJSU) & Rachel Heinl (SJSU), 9.725. San José State scores - Bekah Gher & Marissa Unpingco, 9.700. Alyssa Kaschak, 9.650. 

Beam - 1, Bekah Gher (SJSU), 9.850. 2, Tie, Anna Shumaker (UCD), Stephanie Stamates (UCD) & Dani Judal (UCD), 9.825. San José State scores - Julia Greer, 9.775. Cassandra Harrison, 9.750. Marissa Unpingco, 9.700. Cami Guyer, 9.650. Alyssa Kaschak, 9.650.

Floor Exercise - 1, Stephanie Stamates (UCD), 9.875. 2, Julia Greer (SJSU), 9.850. 3, Alyssa Montalban (SJSU), 9.825San José State scores - Cami Guyer, 9.700. Bekah Gher & Cassandra Harrison, 9.750. Jasmine Holmes, 9.450.

All-Around - 1, Bekah Gher (SJSU), 39.150. 2, Anna Shumaker (UCD), 38.975. 3, Cassandra Harrison (SJSU), 38.950.


 

 

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