Cougar Gymnasts Return Home

Anonymous | Posted: 20 Apr 2021 | Updated: 20 Apr 2021
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PROVO -- After two consecutive weekends on the road the BYU women’s gymnastics team will return home to face No. 20 Denver and in-state rival Utah State. Competition will begin at 7 p.m. in Smith Fieldhouse.

“We are capable of scoring higher than we have thus far this season,” Cougar head coach Brad Cattermole said Monday. “If we can fix the little things in our routines we are capable of posting very competitive scores.”

With three meets down, BYU’s injury plagued 2009 season is becoming a memory of the past and the Cougar coaching staff believes the fear of injury is beginning to subside.

“The girls are excited to compete and the fear of hurting themselves is no longer in the forefront of their minds,” said Cattermole. “They are working to develop their routines and skills in order to post the scores they want.”

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