After a welcome 10-day break from competition, the walking-wounded Ute gymnastics team begins the push for the postseason tonight in a four-way meet at Oregon State's Gill Coliseum.

The 8 p.m. MST meet features the 11-0 Utes, who dropped to No. 2 in th NCAA poll while idle, against No. 6 OSU, No. 17 Minnesota and unranked San Jose State in the Shanico Inn-vitational.Utah is coming off its season-high of 196.375 and averages 195.682, 11/2 points better than Oregon State's best score of 194.175. Minnesota's high is a school-record 193.65; SJSU's is 185.90.

The R&R period helped Utah mend and allowed several Utes to prepare upgraded routines. "Aimee (Trepanier, bulgind spinal disc) is training all four events now," reports coach Greg Marsden. "When she's ready to go in the other two events, she will. It's up to Aimee.

"We've been disappointed," Marsden adds, "that Monica (Murray freshman Shaw) hasn't been scoring higher on bars, so we completely re-did her routine."