For the second consecutive year, the No. 3 UCLA Bruins are Pac-10 women's gymnastics champions.
The Bruins used consistent performances in all four events to win without any serious contention on Saturday evening at McKale Center.
Entering as the favorite, UCLA earned a team score of 197.350. The Bruins' day was highlighted by five individual performances of 9.0 or above, including a 10 from Anna Li in the uneven bars - the only perfect score of the meet.
UCLA's Vanessa Zamarripa was also the all-around champion, finishing with a 39.575 to edge Stanford's Carly Janiga (39.500).
No. 6 Stanford (196.550) finished second, followed by No. 7 Oregon State (195.950) and No. 23 Arizona (195.875).
Arizona coach Bill Ryden said he was beyond pleased with his team's showing, one that saw the Wildcats go a perfect 24 for 24 without a mistake en route to their second-highest scoring total of season.
"This team has such passion and such heart," Ryden said. "How can you not love coaching a team who has such passion and is not afraid of anything?
"We've seen the best of the best and we are not intimidated by any of them."
Arizona's Deanna Graham finished fourth in the all-around with 39.275, followed closely by teammates Aubree Cristello (39.175) and Molly Quirk (38.850).
Graham's best performance was in the vault, in which she scored 9.875 to tie for third. The vault was also Arizona's best event as a team, as the Cats scored 49.050.
"There's nothing that I would take back," Graham said. "We went out there and we hit 24 for 24 and we haven't done that since I've been on the team. That's something that's really special to be a part of."
Arizona's Sarah Tomczyk also came up big for the Cats, tying for fifth in the vault and fourth in the uneven bars.
"I think that the girls did a fantastic job," Tomczyk said. "We started off really strong on vault, so that was really good to get the morale up."
A loud McKale crowd also boosted that morale. This was the first time since 2004 that Arizona hosted the conference championships, and Graham said it was the loudest she had ever heard the home fans.
Several groups of students, some fully clothed, others shirtless with "GO CATS" painted on their chest, provided extra entertainment as they jogged around the concourse, chanting "U OF A."
"When you're out there, you are focused and you are in your zone, but after you've done your thing and you've saluted, you look up and you see everybody cheering for you," Graham said. "It's something really amazing I haven't witnessed here yet."
For the Bruins, it was business as usual, picking up their second straight Pac-10 title and 15th overall. Ryden called this year's UCLA team "the best I've ever seen."
The Bruins scored no less than 49.275 in every event and had 49.425 on the floor.
Zamarripa had the best mark in the vault (9.95), Brittani McCullough (9.925) won the floor and Li (10) won the uneven bars.
"It was kind of weird," said Li, who is ranked No. 1 nationally in the bars.
"I've had this feeling because I've done so much training up to it and all season long I've gotten 9.975s, a quarter off.
"So I just was like, 'you know what, this is my last Pac-10, I'm a senior and I'm just going to go out and enjoy every moment' and when I landed it, it felt great."