Women's Gymnastics Competes at Seattle Pacific Saturday Night

For the second time in eight days, the San Jose State women’s gymnastics team will compete against Seattle Pacific, this time in the Falcons’ gym, Saturday evening at Brougham Pavilion. The meet begins at 8 p.m., and is part of the Homecoming events at the school.

Live video of the meet can be purchased on the internet at: www.greatnorthwest.tv for $5.50.

San Jose State enters the meet with a 4-1 record after splitting a tri-meet last Friday night at Spartan Gym. The Spartans lost to Boise State, 193.900-193.700, but defeated Seattle Pacific, 193.700-189.000.

Individually, Veronica Port won the all-around with a 39.050 and the floor with a season best 9.875. Thomasina Wallace won the vault with a 9.900 and is the only Spartan in school history to score a 9.900 on vault. She is only the second San Jose State gymnast to score a 9.900 or better on vault. Wallace also tied for first on the bars with a 9.850.

As a team last week, San Jose State two of the best scores in school history on the vault and bars. On vault, the Spartans scored a 48.900, the four-best team vault score. On bars, the team tied for the fourth-best team score with a 48.925. The team score of 193.700 is the 31st best score in school history.

Saturday night’s meet is also somewhat of a homecoming for two Spartans. Kelli Fournier and Jessica Khoshnood are from nearby Bellevue and competed for Gymnastics East.