Lane Jarred, L10 from Arena in NJ, has verbally committed to NCSU. She recently placed 1st AA at the Robin Cone Memorial Classic and 4th AA at Christmas on the Chesapeake. In 2009 she placed 2nd on FX at both State and Regional Championships, and in 2008 she placed 1st AA at States and 10th AA at Regionals.
UCLA continues to hold the top spot in the rankings, holding off OU at #2. LSU's Susan Jackson takes over the top AA spot. A trio of gymnastics hold the top spot on VT, Erin Davis of NU plus UCLA's Tauny Frattone and Vanessa Zamarripa. UCLA's Anna Li holds the top UB, while UGA's Grace Taylor is perched at the top of the BB standings. UGA's Courtney McCool, UCLA's Elyse Hopfner Hibbs and Utah's Annie DiLuzio hold down the top spot on FX.
Link: Troester GymInfo.
Stanford won their home opener, led by Carly Janiga, who won the AA with a 39.325. Janiga also picked up the win on FX. Teammate Shelley Alexander won the VT. Arizona picked up a pair of wins, with Sarah Tomczyk winning the UB and Britney Jones winning the BB.
Link: Stanford Release
ASU defeated Cal at home, posting a 192.825 a short time after thair last meet. Mary Atkinson led ASU, winning the VT, UB and FX. Teammate Kaitlynn Bohrman won the BB. For Cal, Sophia Honcini won the AA with a 38.825.
Link: Cal Release
UNH won the GWU/Lindsey Ferris Invitational, posting a 192.45 to outpace the field. Christine Nguyen led UNC, winning the AA with a 38.9, with teammates Kara Wright and Krista Jasper in 2nd and 3rd, respectively. Nguyen won the BB and FX, while Wright captured the VT and UB.
|5||William and Mary||183.575|
UNH posted a 195 to win the UNH Invitationals, defeating Ball State, USU and Yale. UNH's Taryn LaFountain won the BB and FX to lead the Wildcats. Teammate Helena Diodati won the UB. Ball State's Brittney Emmons won the AA with a 38.525. For Utah State, Heather Heinrich won the VT.
Link: UNH Release
TWU posted a 193.2 to win versus Centenary, who managed a 187.475. Rashonda Cannie led TWU, winning the AA with a 38.925. Teammate frosh Kristin Edwards won the VT and the FX, while Chaynade Knowles and Caroline Hilpisch won UB and BB, respectively.
Link: TWU Release
OU won the meet, tallying a 347.4. NU was second a 337.05, with a mixed squad from the US Olympic Training Squad third with a 328.7. Air Force was 4th with a 325.85, with the ASU club team at 319.4 and Washington's club team at 277.95.
OU's Jake Dalton posted a 87.5 to win the AA.
Link: Air Force Release
Illinois won the team title, led by Paul Ruggeri's 88.6 AA victory. Ruggeri also picked up the title on the HB. His teammates also picked event titles: Chad West on FX, Daniel Ribeiro on PH, Yoshi Mori on VT, and Craig Padera Jr. on PB. Only Ohio State's Brandon Wynn on Rings was able to prevent the sweep.
|1||University of Illinois||353.750|
|2||University of Michigan||351.350|
|3||Ohio State University||347.150|
|4||University of Iowa||339.600|
|5||University of Minnesota||337.650|
Link: UIC Release
Event winners at the Event Finals at the West Point Open:
FX. Nick Grant, PSU
PH: Felix Aronovich, PSU
R: Miguel Pineda, PSU
VT: Noam Shaham, PSU
PB: Matt Albrecht, PSU
HB: Dylan Parrott, Navy
Link: Army Release
Denver won their home opener, lead by Brianna Artemev's AA win (39.15). Artemev also won the UB and tied with teammate Taylor Sanford and PSU's Allie Southard for the BB title. PSU's Brandi Personett won VT and tied with DU's Kristina Coccia for the FX title.
Link: DU Release
WVU won the tri-meet at Pitt, led by Amy Bieski's win on FX and Chelsi Tabor's three-way tie (with Kent State's Christina Lenny and frosh Lauren Wozniak). Kent State's Lydia Barrett won the UB. For Pitt, Alicia Talucci won the BB and the AA with a 38.75.
Link: Pitt Release
Oregon State visited the OSU and came out with a big victory. The Beavers' Mandi Rodriguez won the AA with 39.35, tying for the FX title with forsh Makayla Stambaugh. Stambaugh also won the BB, tying with teammate Laura Ann Chong. Chong won the UB as well. Ohio State's Hillary Dow tied with Oregon State's Becky Colvin on the Vault.