Sat., April 4 NCAA Berkeley Regional Haas Pavilion Berkeley, Calif. 6:00 p.m. PDT
Live scoring - http://www.calstats.net/w-gym/04042015.html?DB_OEM_ID=30100
Live video stream (free) - http://pac-12.com/videos/university-california
Tickets - Tickets are available through the calbears.com in advance of the meet. Tickets will be sold at the ticket booth outside of Haas Pavilion 1.5 hours prior to the meet. All seats are general admission, but Section 17 will be marked as the San José State section. Tickets are $10 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Youth (18 & under). Fans can also purchase their tickets using the following link: http://bit.ly/1C950Xh. All tickets are "Print at Home" which includes a $3 fee per order.
SPARTANS AT THE REGIONALS
Three San José State women's gymnasts will be competing in the all-around at the NCAA Berkeley Regional. Senior Cami Guyer, freshman Kaitlin Won and junior Maddie Herr were the top-three qualifiers from the West Region. Guyer was named the 2015 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Year, while Won and Herr received All-MPSF honors on nearly every event.
San José State has competed at every regional since 2001, whether as a team or as an individual. The last time a Spartan advanced to the NCAA Championships was 2011 when Katie Valleau tied for first on the floor at the Oregon State regional. She then competed on floor at the 2011 NCAA Championships in Cleveland. The last time an all-arounder competed at the NCAA Championships was 2009 when Veronica Porte and Thomasina Wallace advanced from the NCAA West Regional.
Spartan head coach Wayne Wright is in his 14th year at the helm of the program. He has coached all seven San José State regional qualifying teams and taken three individual competitors to the NCAA Championships.
Wright is assisted by associate head coach Shella Martinez who is in her 11th season with the Spartans. She is primarily responsible for the beam team and is the team's recruiting coordinator. Former Spartan Alise Blackwell joined the Spartan coaching staff this season as an assistant coach, while 2014 MPSF Gymnast of the Year Julia Greer is in her first year as the director of operations.