Women’s Gymnastics Impressive In 2022 Opener

Denver, Colo.–On Sunday, the San José State University women’s gymnastics team recorded an impressive start to the 2022 season, scoring the second-highest team score in school history with a 195.950 in a dual meet at Denver inside Magness Arena.

The Spartans’ team score was just .025 short of the school record set at the 2018 MPSF Championships, and .025 ahead of the 2004 and 2017 MPSF Championship scores. San José State had not scored a 195,000 or better in any season-opening meet in school history.

Individually, Sure Mazury spirit Lauren Macpherson showed why they are two of the team’s top performers, each winning an event title and finishing with impressive all-around scores. Mazury won the bars with a 9,925, tying four other Spartans for the second-best bars score in school history. Macpherson won the beam with a career-best 9.900, becoming the ninth Spartan to achieve this feat and 12th beam routine to receive a 9.900.

Just a few of Sunday’s highlights

  • The Spartans scored a 48.875, tying for 10thth best vault score in school history.
  • Madison Kirsch led the team with a career-best 9,800.


  • The Spartans started the meet with a 49.075, the sixth-best bars score in school history.
  • Jaudai Lopes set the bar high (pun intended) for the day with a career-best 9,875 in the first of 24 routines on the day for SJSU.
  • Mazury won the event with a 9,925.


  • San José State finished the meet on beam with a 49,000, tying for the eight-best beam score at SJSU.
  • Macpherson won the event with a career-best 9,900
  • Emma Milne added a 9,875, beginning the season the way she ended the 2021 shortened season.


  • SJSU scored a 49,000 on floor.
  • Macpherson and Mazury scored back-to-back 9.850s to lead the team.


  • Competing in the all-around for the first time in her Spartan career, Mazury scored a 39.350, tying for the seventh-best all-around score at SJSU.
  • Macpherson added a career-best 39,250.
  • Lopes also competed in the all-around for the first time in her Spartan career and recorded her first 39+ score with a 39.175.

San José State competes next on Saturday, January 15, at the Beaver Quad meet, hosted by Oregon State at 7 pm The Spartans will compete against the Beavers, Boise State and Washington.

Team Scores

1. Denver 197,000
2. San Jose State 195,950


1. Rylie Mundell, Denver 9,925
SJSU Results – Madison Kirsch 9,800, Cameron Kelperis 9,775, Sure Mazury 9,775, Lauren Macpherson 9,775, Michaela Gentry 9,750, Jaudai Lopes 9,725.


1. Sure MazurySan Jose State 9,925
Other SJSU Results – Jaudai Lopes 9,875, Emma Milne 9,800, Katherine Weyhmiller 9,750, Lauren Macpherson 9,725, Alexa Solomon 9,325.


1. Lauren MacphersonSan Jose State 9,900
Other SJSU Results – Sure Mazury 9,800, Emma Milne 9,875, Jaudai Lopes 9,775, Madison Kirsch 9,650, Katherine Weyhmiller 9,525.


1. Lynnzee Brown, Denver 9,975
SJSU Results – Lauren Macpherson 9,850, Sure Mazury 9,850, Jaudai Lopes 9,800, Antonia Marquez 9,750, Cameron Kelperis 9,750, Carly Orcutt 9,750.


  1. Lynnzee Brown, DU 39,475
  2. Rylie Mundell, DU 39,450
  3. Sure MazurySJSU 39,350
  4. Lauren MacphersonSJSU 39,250
  5. Jaudai LopesSJSU 39,175


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