Gymnastics

John Court named new gymnastics interim head coach

Arizona gymnastics coach John Court has been named interim head coach for the upcoming 2017-2018 season after Tabitha Yim accepted a head coaching position at Stanford University. Due to Courts many years working with the GymCats on vault and floor exercise, he was the logical choice. Read more

GymCats coach Yim leaves for Stanford

With Arizona gymnastics for two seasons, head coach Tabitha Yim will be leaving the GymCats to become a Cardinal once again as she has been named head coach for Stanford gymnastics as of Wednesday, Aug. 23. Read more

GymCats' season comes to an end at NCAA Regionals

The Arizona women’s gymnastics team competed in their 37th NCAA regional championships Saturday in Lincoln, Nebraska finishing with a score of 195.500 wrapping up their 2016-2017 season. LSU, the top seed, took home first place at the championship with a score of 197.450, followed by Nebraska (196.625), Boise State (196.150), Minnesota (195.575), Arizona (195.500) and Iowa State (195.250). Read more

Arizona gymnastics falls short in Yim's return to Palo Alto

e Arizona women’s gymnastics team traveled to the Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto, California as they put up a battle against Stanford in the first Pac-12 Conference meet of the season. The GymCats fought through the four rotations but came in second with a score of 195.650 and the Cardinal with 195.900. Read more

GymCats take second in Maryland in quad meet

The Arizona Gymnastics team hit the road for their first away quad meet to take on Maryland, Alaska Anchorage and the 2016 Big 10 champion Minnesota Gophers in College Park, MD on Saturday afternoon but fell short by 1.650 points to Minnesota who took the victory with 194.875. Read more

Arizona gymnastics begins season with tri-meet victory

The Arizona gymnastics team opened their regular season in McKale Center on Friday with a tri-meet victory against Texas Woman’s University and Utah State. Arizona came out on top with a final score of 194.025, followed by Utah State who scored a 191.600. Texas Woman’s University rounded out the meet with a score of 189.500. Read more