Swann Leads Women's Gymnastics To 192.800 Sunday

Stanford, Calif.-Lily Swann scored career bests on the bars, floor and all-around Sunday afternoon as the San Jose state women's gymnastics team scored a 192.800 at the Stanford quadrangular meet.

San Jose State started the meet on the beam with a 47.175.  Thomasina Wallace and Lily Swann led the team as each scored a 9.650, followed Jessica Khoshnood at 9.575 and Katie Merritt at 9.450.  The team had to count a fall as Holly Partridge received an 8.850 and Gabrielle Targosz with an 8.800.

In the second rotation, Wallace and Tiffany Louie each scored a 9.800 to lead the floor team with a season-best 48.825.  Swann scored a career-best 9.775, followed by Targosz at 9.750 and Katie Valleau at 9.700.  Khoshnood added a 9.575 to round out the Spartan scoring.

On vault in the third rotation, Swann led the team with a 9.725.  Merritt followed closely behind at 9.700.  Aubrey Lee tied her season-best with a 9.600, followed by Louie and Casey McCord each at 9.550.  Wallace scored a 9.475 as San Jose State recorded a 48.125 on vault.

San Jose State ended the meet on the bars with a season-best 48.675.    Wallace again led the team with a 9.800, followed by Swann with another career-best at 9.775.  Khoshnood added a 9.725, while Merritt scored a 9.700.  Alyssa Telles-Nolan added a 9.675, while Louie rounded out the scoring with a 9.575.

Swann finished with a 38.925 all-around score, while Wallace had a 38.725.

"We have to do better on beam," said San Jose State head coach Wayne Wright.  "Our floor was awesome today and bars and vault followed closely behind.  We have to improve on beam, so we are going to go back into the gym and focus on getting better and changing up some things."

San Jose State returns home this Friday night for a Western Athletic Conference meet against Cal State Fullerton.  The meet begins at 7 p.m., in Spartan Gym, located on the corner of Fourth and San Carlos Streets.  Tickets are available at the door, which opens at 5:45 p.m.

Team Scores

1.  Stanford                  196.650

2.  Washington            194.075

3.  Sacramento State    193.225

4.  San Jose State         192.850

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