Michigan won the Big 10 Title with a 197.4. Illinois was a surprise 2nd at 196.65, ahead of Nebraska (196.55) and Minnesota (196.425, counted a fall on BB). In fifth was PSU at 196.125 and Iowa was 6th at 196.075. There was a three way tie for the AA championship between Michigan's Olivia Karas and Natalie Wojcik and Minnesota's Lexy Ramler. Ramler took the BB and Wojcik the FX. Wolverine Emma McLean took the VT while Illini Mary Jane Otto took the UB (9.975).
Link: Michigan Release
Bama posted a big 197.35 to take the lead after the first session at the SECs. Arkansas finished at 196.475, ahead of Auburn (196.375) and Missouri (195.9). Bama's Lexi Graber leads the AA with a 39.65, taking first on BB and tying for 1st on VT (with Arkansas' Amanda Elswick and AU's Derrian Gobourne). Graber is also tied for first on FX with teammate Ari Guerra. Arkansas' Sarah Shaffer was 1st on UB
ASU came from behind on VT to secure the top spot in the afternoon session at the Pac 12s. They posted a 196.4 by hitting their vaults in the final Round. They held off Washington, which posted a 196.175 after suffering numerous landing issues on their final event, with the meet coming down to the last routines. Stanford counted a fall on BB to take third at 195.925, after leading after round 3. Arizona had a rough day to post a 193.9
Host NIU posted a 195.975 to win its first ever MAC Championship. They defeated CMU, who posted a 195.575. EMU was third at 195.35, with Kent St 4th a 194.775. BGSU had a 194.25, WMU a 193.75 and Ball State a 193.5. CMU's score was not high enough to push into the Top 28, and Kent St will not make Regionals.
Nebraska celebrated Senior Day with a win over Michigan. Senior Husker Anton Stephenson won VT, FX and PB to lead his team. For Michigan Cameron Bock won PH while Ryan Dunning took the Rings and Justin Hopgood topped the HB podium.
Link: NU Release
Host UNH won the EAGL Championship, holding off GWU for the title, 195.95 to 195.825. GWU's mark was enough to move them ahead of Lindenwood in the Race to Regionals. NC State was 3rd at 195.275, Pitt 4th at 194.9, UNC 5th at 193.95 and Towson in 6th at 193.45.
OU won its 8th straight Big 12 Championships, but DU put a strong challenge, with the host Sooners winning by a 197.575 to 197.25 margin. Iowa St was 3rd at 195.95 with WSU 4th at 195.6. The Sooners got wins on BB from Maddie Nichols and on FX (9.975) from Olivia Trautman. Nichols also tied for the UB title with Denver's Maddie Karr. Karr also won the AA with a 39.6 and tied for the VT title with teammate Lynnzee Brown
Link: Sooner Release
Bridgeport won their 11th straight ECAC Division II Championship with a 195.15. West Chetser was 2nd at 193.2 and SCSU was 3rd at 190.9. UB's Julianna Roland won the AA with a 39.175 to lead the Purple Knights. She also won VT and tied on FX with teammates Crystal Gwinn and Maya Reimers, plus West Chester's Jessica Meakim. UB's Kelli Tereshko won the UB. On BB, Jordan Peloquin of SCSU took top honors.
Link: WC Release
Ohio State posted a 195.775 to defeat MSU (195.425), Maryland (194.8) and Rutgers (194.175) in the first session of the Big 10s. Ohio St's Olivia Aepli won VT and teammate Jenna Swartzentruber won BB to lead the Buckeyes. UMD's Audrey Barber won the AA at 39.325 and tied on UB with MSU's Jessica Ling. Five gymnasts tied at 9.9 on FX: Ohio St's Janelle McClelland and Danica Abanto, MSU's Lea Mitchell and Gabriella Douglas, and Maryland's Alecia Farina.
Temple snapped Yale's two year winning streak to take the ECAC Title. The final team scores were: Temple 194.75, Yale 194.4, Penn 193.925, Cornell 193.3, Brown 192.225, W&M 192.025 Temple's Ariana Castrence took the AA title with a 39.175. Cornell's Sara Maughan won the VT. Brown's Kate Nelson and Penn's Allison Frommer tied for the UB title. On BB, Temple's Monica Servidio tied with Yale's Emma Firmstone at 9.9. Cornell's Izzy Herczeg won FX with a 9.95.
Link: Cornell Release
Boise State easily won its fifth straight MRGC title with a 196.95. SUU was 2nd at 195.9, BYU 3rd at 195.75 and USU 4th at 193.8.
Boise St's Courtney McGregor won the AA at 39.475 while teammate Alexis Stokes took the UB. Bronco Isabella Amado tied with SUU's Hannah Nipp and BYU's Helody Cyrene for 1st on BB. SUU's Morgan Alfaro won VT while USU's Madison Ward took the FX.
Link: Boise St Release
Lindenwood and UIC tie for the MIC Championship at 195.35, in what could be UIC's last meet as a program. Illinois St took 3rd at 194.1, TWU 4th at 193.775, Centenary 5th at 190.575 and SEMO with a 190.275. UIC's Kayla Baddelay won the AA while teammate Serena Baker won the UB title. UIC's Riley Mahoney tied with SEMO's Mackenzie Slee and Lindenwood's Jordan Boogerd for the title on vault. TWU's Erin Alderman won the BB while Illinois State's Cameron Topp won the FX. Lindenwood moved ahead of UIC in the daily RQS standings, pushing UIC to 36th as of Friday night. They must await Saturday's meets to see if they advance to Regionals.
UIC Release: Link
Carina Jordan from World Champions Centre Gymnastics has announced her commitment to Utah. We previously announced her early commitment to UF. The former jr. elite competed to a 5th place AA finish at her state meet last weekend.
Sierra Brooks has announced that she will graduate early in order to join the Michigan team next fall. Brooks, one of the strongest L10s competing this season, had previously announced her commitment to Michigan for the 20-21 season. She has scored a 10.0 on beam this season and, in addition to many individual event titles, she has placed 1st AA at all of her meets but one.
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