Jordan Hayden is one of three seniors to be honored Friday night. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey)
PROVO, Utah - With the 2014 season winding down, BYU gymnastics will honor the seniors in its last dual meet at home as it hosts Washington Friday night.
This year's seniors include Raquel Willman Hatch, Haylee Rollins and Jordan Hayden. Hatch is having a career season as she has set or tied personal-bests on the bars (9.950), vault (9.875), floor (9.900) and in her all-around competition (39.425). Hayden has competed in each of the last three meets and set a career-high 9.700 on the floor routine in last week's meet at Michigan. Rollins was competing in three events before suffering a career-ending knee injury at the start of the Denver meet on Jan. 31.
BYU has scored a 195 or higher in each of the last three meets. No. 31 Washington's last meet came against conference-opponent Utah in Salt Lake City, where the Utes won, 197.125-193.475. The Huskies enter the meet with an RQS of 194.955, just a few spots behind the No. 28 Cougars' 195.160.
The meet begins at 7 p.m. MST at the Smith Fieldhouse. Live stats will be available through BYUCougars.com.