SAN FRANCISCO – Ahead of the Pac-12 championships on Saturday, the league’s head coaches selected the annual winners of the Pac-12 women’s gymnastics in 2021.
O’Keefe was number 1 in the all-round this season Players in the Pac-12 and led Utah to its second consecutive Pac-12 championship of the regular season. Her career high score of 39,725 against Oregon State was 1 of 5 all-around titles from seven meetings for the sophomore year. She competed in the Pac-12 championships and finished first in the nation on Beam with a national qualifying score of 9.975. Her four Gymnast of the Week awards this winter are synonymous for most in one season in school history, having completed a 34-of-34 routine at team level. The Red Rocks finished the season number 6 in the nation.
The Utah team co-captain, Burch, was number 1 in the Pac-12 that season, hitting a conference high of 9.975 on two separate occasions. A year after receiving the All-Pac-12 award in 2020, she finished as the country’s No. 9 vaulter in 2021 and entered the championship on Saturday night with a national qualifying result of 9.838. She also ranks in the top 15 of the conference on the beam and leads the beam lineup in seven of the Red Rocks’ nine meetings this season. In all of her appearances in 2021, Burch completed 24 of 25 routines and attended the Vault and Bar seven times at all nine meetings and bars in Utah.
Campbell, three times Pac-12 newcomer of the week, stepped in her first season with the Bruins except for one meeting in the all-round race. On the way to the Conference Championships, Campbell had four all-round results of at least 39,400, including a personal best of 39,625 against California. This mark represents the highest all-round score for a freshman in the Pac-12, and is the equivalent of the highest freshman score in the nation. In the midst of a competitive group of Bruins, Campbell shares leadership of the team with 12 individual wins, including the top four each in the all-around and vault. She currently has a career high of 9,950 in floor and vault exercises.
California co-head coaches Justin Howell and Elisabeth Crandall-Howell led the Bears to a 7-1 overall and 6-1 conference record in 2021 and ended that Number 5 year in the nation – the best in program history. As a team, the bears set school records for bars, beams, floor, and team total, including a uneven bars record (49.825) that had not been hit in 17 years. California is currently in the top three in all five events in the Pac-12 and top-10 in the nation, highlighted by # 1 in bars. This year’s award is Howell’s third career award and Crandall-Howell’s first. The Bears will compete in their ninth straight NCAA postseason.
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