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Largest college gymnastics crowd ever witnesses Utes' win
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2008, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Posted: 9:20 PM- An overflowing capacity of 15,447 people packed the Huntsman Center on Friday for the Utah-BYU gymnastics meet. Many who made up the largest crowd to ever witness a collegiate gymnastics meet probably came with the hopes of seeing Ashley Postell do something special in her final home performance.

She didn't disappoint as she scored a 10.0 on the balance beam, her third perfect score of her career on the event, to lead the second-ranked Utes past BYU 197.100-193.850. Postell also won the vault, floor and all-around, tying the school record for career wins with 112.

Utah oversold the Huntsman Center's capacity (15,000) to create a standing room only situation as fans filtered into what few seats they could find. The attendance broke the previous mark of 15,238 that attended a 1991 meet between the Utes and Cal CS-Fullerton.

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