No. 1 Oklahoma placed first in the annual Perfect 10 Challenge Friday night, with a score of 198.075, marking head coach K.J. Kindler's 450th career win. No. 18 Washington placed second with a 196.250, No. 19 Arizona State placed third with a 195.650 and George Washington placed fourth with a 194.975.
The Sooners remain undefeated and atop the national rankings. Oklahoma largely dominated the meet, placing first in all four events. This was the Sooners’ second-highest score of the season.
Freshman Olivia Trautman was the star for the Sooners, scoring meet-highs on the vault and the floor exercise. She capped off the Perfect 10 Challenge with a perfect 10 on floor, becoming the fourth freshman in program history to score a 10.
Senior Brenna Dowell earned the all-around title and set a new career high with a score of 39.650. She scored a 9.875 on vault, a 9.925 on uneven bars, a 9.975 on floor and a meet-high 9.9 on balance beam.
The Sooners will go on the road to face West Virginia next Sunday at 1:00 p.m. CT.