Holly Cunningham, a L10 at the Colorado Aerials, has committed to Kentucky. The former jr. international elite placed 54th AA at the 2009 L10 Nationals. She was also 38th AA at the 2008 L10 Nationals.
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The NCAA Division I Sports Management Cabinet has released an update that includes several key rulings related to Gymnastics:
a. The change to a four team Championship Final for women's gymnastics was approved, starting in 2011.
b. The proposal to count all six scores in the women's Regionals/Nationals was referred back to the Women's Gymnastics Committee.
c. The Championships for women will be moved to a Friday/Saturday/Sunday starting in 2011.
d. The men's post season squad size has been boosted to 15, up from 12.
e. Women's non-seeded Regional assignments will be made by geographic proximity, not by Region or next closest Region, starting in 2010. This change only impacts spots 19 to 36. The top 18 will continue to be seeded as before.
f. Women's judges for Regionals will be selected differently. Six will be assigned to the various Regions. The rest will be assigned based on geographic proximity.
Megan McDonald, a L10 at Apollo, has committed to Iowa State, according to a site submission. McDonald finished 11th AA at the 2009 Region VII L10 Regionals, competing in the Senior B division. She also placed 2nd on UB at the NIT.
Miranda Jarvis has committed to EMU, according to a site submission. The L10 trains at Hill's in Maryland. At the 2009 Region VII L10 Regionals, she placed 9th AA in the Junior D division, and went on to win the BB at the NIT. Competing as a Jr. C at the 2008 L10 Nationals, she placed 39th AA.
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Charter Oak Glider L10 Henrietta "Henri" Green has committed to Iowa State, according to a site submission. Green placed 3rd on UB, 8th on FX and 40th AA at the 2009 L10 Nationals, Senior A division. She also tied for 20th AA at the 2008 L10 Nationals, Junior C.
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The US squad for the upcoming World Championships includes several present and past NCAA stars. Previously named to the team were former Cal star Tim McNeill and OU grad Jonathan Horton, as well as current Sooner Steven Legendre. The OU pair will be joined by incoming frosh Jake Dalton and former Illinois star Wes Haagensen. Current Illini Daniel Ribeiro is the alternate.
Doniele Volopich has committed to Southern Utah, according to a site submission. The L10 at Phoenix Gymnastics Academy placed 10th AA and 5th on UB at the 2009 Region I L10 Regionals, Senior B. Link: YouTube.com UB Video