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Published: Friday, Feb. 3 2012 11:00 p.m. MST

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What an awesome meet! Bummed I couldn't be there, was hitting refresh on the live scores on my ipod every 30 seconds it seemed like!

Chittenango, NY

From Syracuse area, NY: Checking live scores, pacing the room, checking, joy, apprehension, pacing, checking, then the two 9.95s on floor, and happy! happy! joy! Joy! Would have LOVED to have been there!

Rock Of The Marne
Phoenix, AZ

Great job Red Rocks. #1 is a great place to be. Go Utes.

Prairie Dog
Lubbock, TX

so you win a meet on your home floor.....what else is new?

PAC 12 loves U
Sandy, Utah

@ Prairie Dog

"so you win a meet on your home floor.....what else is new?"

At least the Red Rocks can win at home and maintain a #1 ranking, unlike a certain team down south who was #1 in men's volleyball lost at home to Stanford.


Prairie Dog


Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

@Prarie Dog

I'm waiting for us to be so badly embarrassed at home that we litter our own arena with garbage...

Orem, UT

PAC 12 loves U

BYU lost the best outside hitter in the country with a broken hand for the next 4 to 6 weeks, and unlike in gymnastics, where multiple individual scores count towards a team score, volleyball is a team sport where losing a star player can dramatically affect a team - like a basketball team losing a Michael Jordan or a Kobe Bryant.

Stanford is ranked #7, hardly a slouch team to lose to without your All-American hitter.

btw, BYU has won three national championships in volleyball since the last time the Red Rocks won a championship.

Teaching Moment
Ogden, UT

@ SportsFan

Thanks you for your interest...

Utah has won a record ten national championships and been runner-up eight times.

Go Utes!

Snack PAC
Olympus Cove, Utah

Teaching Moment

Aren't Utah fans the ones who are always whining about BYU fans living in the past?

U haven't won a gymnastics championship since last century.

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