Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
PROVO, Utah — After finishing out the home season on Friday night, the BYU women's gymnastics team heads north to Logan for a meet vs. Utah State on Monday night from the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.
This will be the quickest turnaround for the team in 2013 with the Cougars second meet in just four days.
BYU just came off a 195.500 performance vs. No. 8 Utah and North Carolina State. The Cougars took second at the meet and landed their fourth score of the year of 195 or better. BYU has now topped 195 at least four times each year for three out of the last four years.
The Cougars faced off against the Aggies earlier in the season, notching a 194.075 in BYU's second meet of the year, outscoring Utah State's 189.425.
Action is set to begin at 7 p.m. MST, and fans can follow live scores and watch streaming video on the USU website.
Kenny is a BYU graduate, currently working as a football media relations assistant and gymnastics SID at BYU. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on twitter @KennyCoxKC
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