TEMPE, Ariz. – The 22nd-ranked Arizona State women’s gymnastics team returns home to Wells Fargo Arena, Saturday, to host BYU in its annual Pink Meet – in honor of breast cancer awareness – at 7 p.m. MT in Tempe, Ariz.
Last weekend against UCLA, the Sun Devils hit 19 of its 20 routines midway through its beam line-up, but a series of three falls on the event left ASU short of its second team score 196 this season. The Gym Devils did not vault a sixth athlete.
The Sun Devils executed at a high level on floor, setting a new season high of 49.300 and outscoring the fourth-ranked floor team in the nation, in UCLA, by three tenths in the event. They Gym Devils were able to drop a score of 9.750 with the next five scores toping 9.825 and higher. The biggest score of the meet came from junior Natasha Sundby, who was awarded a career-high 9.925 to close out the ASU floor line-up. In front of her personal cheering section made up of family and friends, Sundby was named co-floor champion along with Sydney Sawa of UCLA.
The Gym Devils are hosting their annual PINK meet to bring awareness to breast cancer and breast cancer awareness. Fans can print the voucher above for $3 admission to the meet. The Sun Devils will also give away VS PINK ASU gear to fans in attendance.