Jenna Domingo from HITS has committed to Oregon State. Last season she earned the bar title at her state meet. She picked up 1st place finished on bars, beam, floor and all around at regionals. She placed 13th AA at JOs.
Past, present and future NCAAers were in action at the World Gymnastics Championships in Doha this weekend. Here's how they fared in the preliminary rounds:
Lauren McKeown from Crenshaw Gymnastics has committed to Brown. Last season she placed 3rd AA at her state meet and 5th AA at regionals, qualifying to JOs. She competed 3 events at JOs.
Ava Mabanta from Denton Gymnastics has committed to Denver. She finished 1st on beam and the all around at her 2018 state meet. Her 2nd place finish at regionals qualified her to JOs where she finished 22nd.
Lyden Saltness from Midwest Gymnastics has committed to Auburn. She is a 2018 regionals AA, bars and floor title winner. She won the JOs bars title. She qualified to compete as a Junior Elite, finishing 24th AA at both the American Classic andthe US Classic.
Assistant Coach Scott Vetere has resigned amid allegations of indecent conduct outside an Ann Arbor apartment complex. He and an 18 year old unnamed student athlete face charges. He was arraigned on October 19th but the student-athlete has not yet been arraigned.
Peyton Gillen, a L10 from Byers, has committed to Sac State for 2019-2020. She qualified to Regionals as a L10 in 2018, while competing three events. In 2017, she placed 10th AA at the Level 9 Western Nationals.
Alexis Jeffrey from GAGE has committed to UCLA. Last season she won regional titles on Vault, Bars and the All Around. She picked up JO titles on Floor and the All Around. She competed the elite season with meets at the American Classic, the US Classic and Nationals (9th AA).