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Looking Back at the 2019 Red Rocks

Looking Back at the 2019 Red Rocks

By Sammy Mora

May 15, 2019

  While the season might not have ended up the way the team had hoped, it was a record-breaking year for the University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team. For the first time in school history, the team scored 197 points in 12 meets in a row. This year's team was also one of the first eight in...

Spring Sports at the U

Spring Sports at the U

By Casey Overfield

May 15, 2019

  After a thrilling and competitive fall season, the spring sports at the University of Utah came in strong and wrapped up the school year on a high note. Nine sports finished their seasons in the new year following a strong winter in which the Utah ski team won the NCAA Championship and both the ...

Red Rocks Season Ends at NCAA Semifinals

Red Rocks Season Ends at NCAA Semifinals

By Sammy Mora

April 21, 2019

  The season for the University of Utah women’s gymnastics team is over. The Red Rocks competed in the first semifinal for the national championship on Friday, and they came in fourth place behind UCLA, LSU and Michigan. The team scored a season-low score of 196.725 on the day's meet. Pac-12...

No. 6 Red Rocks Head to Nationals

No. 6 Red Rocks Head to Nationals

By Sammy Mora

April 18, 2019

  For the last time this season, the No. 6 University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team is hitting the road. The team is headed to Fort Worth, Texas to compete in the NCAA National Championships. This is the 44th time the team will compete for the national title. This year’s NCAA Champion...

Red Rocks Take Second in Baton Rouge, Punch Ticket to Nationals

Red Rocks Take Second in Baton Rouge, Punch Ticket to Nationals

By Sammy Mora

April 8, 2019

  For the 44th time in school history, the University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team is headed to the NCAA National Championship. The team made it into the eight-team competition after having a sluggish competition on Friday but shook it off for Saturday’s meet. The team started thei...

Red Rocks set to compete in NCAA Regionals

Red Rocks set to compete in NCAA Regionals

By Sammy Mora

April 4, 2019

  The journey to postseason is finally here for NCAA women’s gymnastics. The No. 6 University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team will participate in one of the four regional competitions in hopes of making it to the NCAA Finals. The Red Rocks will compete in the first session of the Baton Roug...

Skinner Gets Perfect 10, Red Rocks Take Second at Pac-12 Championship

Skinner Gets Perfect 10, Red Rocks Take Second at Pac-12 Championship

By Sammy Mora

March 24, 2019

  The Maverik Center was on fire for the Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championship on Saturday night. Unfortunately, the University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team fell to rival UCLA in a meet for the ages. UCLA and Utah finished in first and second with final scores of 198.225-198.025, resp...

No. 6 Red Rocks Head to Pac-12 Championship

No. 6 Red Rocks Head to Pac-12 Championship

By Sammy Mora

March 22, 2019

  The road to the NCAA Gymnastics Championship begins in West Valley City for the No. 6 University of Utah Red Rocks Gymnastics team. The team is set to compete in the 6 p.m. session of the meet on Saturday, March 23. The Red Rocks will go up against UCLA, Oregon State and California. The early...

Red Rocks Fall to GymDogs in Regular Season Finale

Red Rocks Fall to GymDogs in Regular Season Finale

By Sammy Mora

March 17, 2019

  In their final regular season meet, the No. 6 University of Utah Red Rocks Gymnastics team fell to the No. 8 University of Georgia GymDogs in Athens. The team lost 197.525-197.450 in the showdown. Georgia led during the whole meet, but the Red Rocks made a strong push at the end to tighten up the sc...

No. 5 Red Rocks Set Season High in Senior Day Victory Over No. 9 Michigan

No. 5 Red Rocks Set Season High in Senior Day Victory Over No. 9 Michigan

By Sammy Mora

March 3, 2019

  The No. 5 University of Utah Red Rocks Gymnastics team (10-2, 5-1 Pac-12) was not going to let their senior class take one final bow at the Jon M. Huntsman Center without getting a win in the process. The team took down No. 9 Michigan (13-3, 9-0 Big Ten), scoring a season-high 197.975-197.350. ...

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