Women's Gymnastics Travels To Utah State Friday Night

San Jose State competes at Utah State this Friday in a Western Athletic Conference meet. The Spartans enter the meet with an 11-2 record after finishing second last Friday night at the UNO’s Flip for a Cure meet hosted by Arizona State.

The Spartans scored a 194.200 at the UNO’s Flip For a Cure meet and defeated the 17th-ranked Sun Devils by .200 of a point. San Jose State had not beaten a Pac-10 opponent since the 2005 season when the team defeated Stanford and California in a home meet.

The Spartans team score of 194.200 is the 12th highest score in school history. This season, San Jose State has three team scores in the top-12 all-time.

Veronica Porte won the all-around at the meet. She scored a 39.050 and won the all-around by just .025 over Arizona State gymnast Tiana Jean who scored a 39.025. Porte scored a 9.800 on floor to finish tied for third on the apparatus. She tied for the team’s highest score on beam with a 9.725 to finish tied for seventh. On bars, Porte tied her season-high with a 9.775. She added a 9.750 on vault. This was the third time in four meets that Porte scored a 39.000 or better in the all-around.