There was hardly a dry eye on the floor or in the crowd as senior night wrapped up for the six Sacramento State gymnastics seniors performing for the final time at the Nest on Friday. The Hornets recorded their second best score of the season with a 195.275 to finish third in a quad-meet against No. 13 Oregon State (196.850), No. 17 Arizona State (195.900) and UC Davis (194.475).
On Feb. 16, the Sacramento County Environmental Management Department discovered three major health code violations among a total of 14 violations while performing an official health inspection of The Servery at the Dining Commons at Sacramento State. “Violations that are classified as ‘Major’ pose an immediate threat to public health and have the potential to cause foodborne illness,” according to the report.
VIDEOOn Feb. 16, the Sacramento County Environmental Management Department discovered three major health code violations among a total of 14 violations while performing an official health inspection of The Servery at the Dining Commons at Sacramento State. “Violations that are classified as ‘Major’ pose an immediate threat to public health and have the potential to cause foodborne illness,” according to the report.
Courtney Soliwoda looks safe to make it on beam, while Caitlin Soliwoda looks safe to make it as an all-arounder. Juarez is currently in position to make it on bars and floor, but those aren't for sure, she could also move into the all-around spot. Next week is gonna be good.
The NCAA Regional puzzle for uneven bars is also very tough to put together. Six gymnasts are fighting for two spots and are all within .015 points of each other. Juarez, Jordyn Brent, Courtney Soliwoda and Jackie Sampson are 4 of the 6. Again, it comes down to conference
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