Bru-105. Photo Credit: Official Site
Championship number 105 (emphasis ours):
Gainesville, Fla. - Needing to score 49.1 on floor exercise in the final rotation to win the NCAA Championship, UCLA scored 49.55 to easily win the title with a 197.725. The gymnastics championship was UCLA's sixth in school history and its first since 2004. UCLA has now won a national-best 105 NCAA titles.
Oklahoma finished in second place with 197.25. Alabama was third with 197.225, followed by Stanford with 197.1, Florida with 197.0 and Utah with 196.225.
The Bruins had 11 scores of 9.9 or better, including a 9.95 on floor from Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs and a 9.95 on vault from Brittani McCullough. Vanessa Zamarripa's all-around score of 39.625 was the highest of the night, followed by Anna Li's 39.575.
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Congrats to Coach Valorie Kondos Field and her entire staff for another amazing season. As A noted earlier this week Coach Kondos and Coach John Wooden are good friends (unlike the imaginary friendship former men's basketball coach often played up in the press) and she often uses many of his coaching techniques. Suffice to say if she keeps this up she will carve out her special place in the UCLA lore. Actually she already has.
Amazing coach whose team put together an electric performance to cap another amazing team this season.