There's no denying that we're gymnastics stans, especially when it comes to the UCLA women's gymnastic team. The floor routines get a lot of love, but you're missing out if you don't watch the other events like the beam and the uneven bars.
On Feb. 24, Grace Glenn made NCAA history, earning the first leadoff perfect 10 on beam — ever — in a meet against the Utah Utes. If you don't know the intricacies of gymnastics, Grace's feat is important because judges typically score the first of the beam lineup lower, saving the better scores for later, according to ESPN.
Although UCLA ended up losing 198.025 to 198.075, it was the highest-scoring meet of the season for the Bruins. Be sure to check out Grace's flawless beam performance in the video above!