Stanford's Price completes spectacular gymnastics season


Stanford women's gymnast Elizabeth Price concluded her season with a 9.775 on uneven bars at the NCAA championships in St. Louis on Friday evening.

Price finished 35th in the second session of the championships and tied for 65th overall.

The performance wrapped up an impressive junior campaign in the event for Price that included an NCAA Seattle Regional title, NACGC/W Regular Season All-America first team honors and All-Pac-12 first team recognition.

Price finished the regular season ranked fourth in the country in the event with a Regional Qualifying Score of 9.940. She scored 9.900 or higher on bars in eight-of-11 meets and claimed eight individual event victories during the season.

Price has scored 9.900 or higher in 60-of-96 (63 percent) performances during her collegiate career

— Stanford Athletics


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