Women's Gymnastics At Stanford Quad Meet

If football does not interest you this Sunday, the San Jose State women's gymnastics travels up Interstate 280 for a quadrangular meet at Stanford.  The meet takes place at Burnham Pavilion and begins at 2 p.m.

The Spartans face Stanford, Washington and Sacramento State at the meet.  This is the first of two meetings between San Jose State and Stanford, the second coming on Friday, March 5, at Spartan Gym.  The Cardinal are currently eighth in the country with a 195.819 team average.  The team lost a close meet last weekend at Oregon State, defeated Arizona and UCLA at home earlier this season and lost a close meet at Georgia to begin the season.

Washington is currently 24th with a 193.944 average.  The Huskies have competed in four dual meets, all against top-10 teams this season - Nebraska, UCLA, Oregon State and Utah.

Sacramento State scored its highest team score of the season last week with a 192.775 against CS Fullerton and Southern Utah.  This meet marks the second of four regular season meetings between the Spartans and Hornets.  San Jose State won the earlier meeting in Reno (192.400-188.925).  The two teams also compete against each other on February 19 in Sacramento and February 26 at Spartan Gym.

The Spartans enter the meet with a 5-3 record and received the highest team score of the season last Saturday night at 193.300 against Southern Utah.  Thomasina Wallace won the bars with a 9.900, while Tiffany Louie finished first on the floor with a 9.825.

A video feed of Sunday's meet is available on the Stanford web site for a nominal fee.  Go to http://www.gostanford.com/sports/w-gym/sched/stan-w-gym-sched.html for the webcast. Live stats are available on the Stanford site with a link available on the Spartan web site under "Live Stats".

San Jose State returns home next Friday, February 12, to compete against Cal State Fullerton.  The meet begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 5:45 p.m., at Spartan Gym in Yosh Uchida Hall, located on the corner of Fourth and San Carlos Streets.