Charlotte Tishkoff of Gold Medal Gymnastics in Arizona has committed to Western Michigan. She is a Level 10 who placed 1st on floor and 2nd AA at her 2017 state meet. She placed 11th AA at regionals.
Sofia Gonzalez of Gym-Max, Rebecca Karlous of South Coast Gymnastics, and Kendal Poston of Azarian Gymnastics will walk on as part of the incoming class. Competition results for Bonalez and Karlous are sparse. Poston placed 7th AA at the SoCal meet this season and 4th AA at Regionals. Poston also tied for 18th AA at the 2016 JO Nationals.
Jazmyn Foberg will graduate early and join Florida for 2017-2018, according to her club's Instagram and a release from Florida. The elite was a US National Team member and was the US junior champion in 2014. She committed to Florida originally in 2014.
Nicole Webb, another 2018 commit, will also graduate early and join the Gators in the Fall.
Florida's Alex McMurtry has been named the Honda Sports Award winner for Gymnastics. The Honda Award is given to the top student-athlete in each sport. At the end of the season, one winner from all sports will be selected as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and the winner of the Honda Award.
Taylor Dittmar, L10 at World Class in Illinois, is set to join the Utah State team next season. She qualified to nationals in 2016. This season she finished 15th AA at her state meet and 15th AA at regionals.
Abby Boden, L10 at Byers, will join the BYU team for next season. This season she won the Manhattan Classic and the Pacific Classic. She finished 4th AA at the NorCal and 5th AA at regionals.
OU's Men's team won their third straight National Championship on Saturday night, posting a big 431.95 to easily outdistance the field. Ohio State was 2nd at 423.7, Illinois third at 422.1, and Stanford 4th at 421.5 Minnesota was fifth at 414.2, with NU at 412.9.
Ashton Woodbury, L10 at Azarian Gymnastics, has committed to Southern Utah. In her first season at L10, she competed to a 6th place finish at her state meet and finished 13th AA at regionals. Last season she competed at L9 Championships and finished 1st on vault.
Ariana Orrego will join the Iowa State team in the fall. Ariana has represented Peru internationally, including the last Olympics. In the US, she competes for Excalibur Gymnastics and is a two-time state AA champion. This season she won vault, beam and AA titles at her state meet. At regionals she placed 1st on beam and 2nd AA.
Oklahoma posted a 430.6 to win Session 2 of the Men's NCAA qualifier. Illinois was 2nd at 421.3 and Minnesota was 3rd at 420.1