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GYMNASTICS SCORES SEASON HIGH, BORISOVA WINS ALL-AROUND
SEATTLE — Sacramento State senior Marina Borisova scored 39.175 to win the all-around in a four-team meet hosted by Washington, Friday evening at Bank of America Arena. The Hornets scored 193.550 as a team and finished third behind seventh-ranked Stanford (196.450) and Washington (194.250). Seattle Pacific was fourth at 188.425.
Borisova claimed her second all-around title in as many meets. The senior scored at least 9.725 on all four events and was followed by freshman Cayla Boyce who recorded a 38.900.
Sacramento State began the meet on beam and scored 48.575, The team had four scores of at least 9.725 and its total was only bettered by Stanford’s 49.225. Boyce had the top mark on the team with a 9.825 to tie for fifth place overall. Eryn Stubblefield and Lissa Zamolo tied for 10th at 9.775 and Borisova tied for 14th with a 9.725. The team also counted a 9.475 from Lizzy Norvell who finished 18th.
The second rotation took the Hornets to floor where they scored 48.250. Borisova, who was the Western Athletic Conference floor champion in 2006 and 2007, scored 9.825 to tie for second. Her mark trailed Washington’s Ashley Houghting (9.875) and tied Nicole Pechanec of Stanford. Boyce tied for fourth at 9.800 and fellow freshman Chantal Angyal was 12th at 9.650. Zamolo and Stubblefield each stepped out during their routine and scored 9.525 and 9.450, respectively.
The team remained consistent on vault, counting five scores of at least 9.550 en route to a 48.200. Borisova had the highest finish on the team, tying for fourth with a 9.800. Angyal tied for 11th at 9.700 while Boyce and Stubblefield tied for 14th with 9.575s. The team’s final counting score came from Traci Takeda at 9.550.
Sacramento State closed out the meet on bars with a 48.525. Borisova was fifth overall and had the highest score from a non-Stanford gymnast with a 9.825. Boyce and Stubblefield tied for 11th at 9.700, Lauren Dyson was 14th with a 9.675 and Takeda scored 9.625.
Houghting was the only gymnast in the meet to win multiple event titles. The senior scored 9.925 to win vault along with her floor crown. Stanford’s Allyse Ishino finished first on bars with a 9.900. Samantha Walior of Washington and Stanford’s Carly Janiga and Nicole Ourada each scored 9.875 to tie for first on beam.
The Hornets, who have now scored 193-plus in nine of their last 10 meets dating back to last year, return to action on Jan. 23 at Southern Utah. The team’s first home meet will be on Jan. 30 against Illinois State at 7 p.m.
TEAM: Stanford 196.450; 2. Washington 194.250; 3. Sacramento State 193.550; 4. Seattle Pacific 188.425.
VT: Houghting, UW, 9.925; T4. Borisova 9.800; T11. Angyal 9.700; T14. Boyce 9.575; T14. Stubblefield 9.575; T17. Takeda 9.550; T20. Mizuno 9.400.
UB: Ishino, STAN, 9.900; T5. Borisova 9.825; T11. Boyce 9.700; T11. Stubblefield 9.700; 14. Dyson 9.675; 18. Takeda 9.625; 19. Blauvelt 9.525.
BM: Walior, UW, Janiga, STAN, Ourada, STAN, 9.875; T5. Boyce 9.825; T10. Zamolo 9.775; T10. Stubblefield 9.775; 14. Borisova 9.725; 18. Norvell 9.475; 20. Takeda 9.000.
FX: Houghting, UW, 9.875; T2. Borisova 9.825; T4. Boyce 9.800; 12. Angyal 9.650; 15. Zamolo 9.525; T18. Stubblefield 9.450; 24. Lipka 9.050.
AA: Borisova, SAC, 39.175; 2. Boyce 38.900; 4. Stubblefield 38.500
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