The NCAA Committee has released the Women's NCAA Code Modifications for 2020-2021. Read below for the rules changes this season. ** Spoiler alert -- they are minor **
The financial aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis have put athletics departments across the country under financial distress. Already, schools have announced cuts to their Gymnastics programs. Men are especially at risk with the loss of critical mass that could lead to the extinction of the sport in the NCAA. Here's the running list, one that we hope remains at six or less:
Graduation has completed throughout the country. Congratulations to all the graduates! Here's a look at the graduation losses at each squad in the final 2020 Top 16, based on the 2020 Final national finish.
The WCGA announced the 2020 Regular Season All America Awards on March 24th, 2020.  Oklahoma and Utah lead the list with five honorees each.  Florida, LSU, Michigan, UCLA and Washingon placed four members on the team. 
The first two weekends of the 2020 season have been completed, and now that we've seen the debut of the top squads, here are a few observations.
As the 2020 season is about to kick off, here's a look at our Top 10 Recruiting Classes of 2019-2020.  
To kick off the fall training season, the NCAA has released the 2019-2021 Code Modifications for Women's Gymnastics.  This set of rules modifications features a series of new changes, including a reduction in the base Start Value of routines on uneven bars, balance and the floor exercise from 9.5 to 9.4.  (This article has been expanded and updated since the original publication)
How to prepare for the official or unofficial visit:
The college search for athletes is an enduring process with a definite starting and ending point. Just like a well-run race, the successful student-athlete will remain focused until she breaks the tape. Below are some simple tips to consider when heading down the homestretch in the college recruiting process.
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