Gymnastics' seasons ends at NCAAs
Makayla Stambaugh, Brittany Harris, Chelsea Tang don't place at NCAA Championships
The 2013 season came to end for the Oregon State gymnastics team. Three gymnasts for the No. 15 Beavers — senior Makayla Stambaugh, junior Brittany Harris and sophomore Chelsea Tang — competed as individuals in the NCAA Championships on Friday in Los Angeles.
Finding their silver lining
Stambaugh, Harris, Tang will compete at the NCAA Championships on Friday
Finishing in fourth place at NCAA Regionals was not ideal for the Oregon State gymnastics team, but the No. 15 Beavers will still have some representation at the NCAA Championships this weekend. Three gymnasts — senior Makayla Stambaugh, junior Brittany Harris and sophomore Chelsea Tang — will compete as individuals in Los Angeles on Friday.
Athlete of the Week: Chelsea Tang (Gymnastics)
In an NCAA Regional that Oregon State gymnastics can only look back on as disappointing, sophomore Chelsea Tang was a bright spot. Tang qualified — along with teammates Makayla Stambaugh and Brittany Harris — for the NCAA Championships on April 19. The sophomore tied her highest score of the season on balance beam at the regional, a 9.
Disastrous opening too much to overcome for Beavers
OSU gymnastics had 3 falls on uneven bars in NCAA Regionals, don't advance to nationals for first time in 8 years.
Gymnastics seeks 8th straight nationals berth
The No. 10 Beavers need to finish in the top two at NCAA Regionals this weekend to keep their season
After setting the highest team score in program history, the No. 10 Oregon State gymnastics team has a tough act to follow. The NCAA Regional Championships will take place in Gill Coliseum on Saturday as the Beavers attempt to reach nationals for the eighth consecutive season.