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Wednesday, 27 October 2010 13:12

2012-13 Hughes to Utah

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Breanna Hughes, L10 at Twin Cities Twisters in Minnesota, has committed to Utah per a posting on her club's facebook page.  Due to injury, she competed just two events in most of her meets last season, but she finished 1st AA (1st UB) at regionals and 4th AA at JO Nationals.  She finished 5th AA at JOs in 2009.

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Wednesday, 27 October 2010 05:47

2012-13 Raymond to BYU

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Summer Raymond, L10 at Olympus Gymnastics in Utah, has committed to BYU according to her web page.  She qualified to regionals in 2010 in her first season at level 10.

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Tuesday, 26 October 2010 19:58

2011-12 Nikki Paterson to EMU

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Nikki Paterson, who competes at the National Open level for Oakville Gymnastics in Ontario, Canada, has committed to EMU.  She competed in the National Open division of the 2010 Canadian Nationals, finishing 22nd AA in the preliminary session and 16th AA in the day 2 all around finals. 

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Tuesday, 26 October 2010 10:46

2012-13 Menhinick to DU

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Kaitlin Menhinick, L10 and ENA Paramus Gymnastics in N.J., has committed to Denver.  She finished 3rd AA at her 2010 state meet, 5th AA (1st UB) at regionals and 16th AA at JO Nationals.

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Monday, 25 October 2010 10:27

2012-13 Tolbert to Ohio State

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Audrey Tolbert, L10 from Frederick Gymnastics in Maryland, has committed to Ohio State.  She turned in top 10 finishes in her 2010 meets, including a 6th AA finish (1st UB) at the Maryland state meet and a second place finish at regionals.  She finished 28th AA at JO Nationals.

 

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Monday, 25 October 2010 10:19

2012-13 Lokos to Minnesota

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Sarah Lokos, L10 from Hills in Maryland, has committed to Minnesota.  Her 2010 season included all around wins at Christmas on the Chesapeake (1st UB), PKI, the Maryland state meet (1st V/UB/BB), and regionals (1st UB/BB).  She earned a spot at the Nastia Liukin Supergirl meet and she placed 5th AA at JO Nationals.

 

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Monday, 25 October 2010 08:47

2012-2013: Koster to Auburn

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Kara Koster, a L10 at Arena in Illinois, has committed to Auburn for 2012-2013.  At the 2010 L10 Nationals, she finished 9th(t) on UB and 21st AA.  In 2009, she tied for 27th AA. 

Link:  Club Confirmation

Sunday, 24 October 2010 14:34

2012-13 Sisler to Arizona

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Jessie Sisler, L10 from Technique Gymnastics in California, has committed to Arizona.  She placed in the top 4 AA in all of her regular seasons meets last season, including a 1st place finish at the Aloha GymFest and the Battle in Seattle (1st V/FX).  Moving toward nationals, she finished 3rd AA (1st V) at the NorCal state meet and 8th AA at Regionals.  She finished off the season at JO Nationals where she placed 30th AA

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Sunday, 24 October 2010 09:52

Lisa Bowerman to fill head coaching spot at TWU

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Lisa Bowerman has been promoted from Assistant Coach to Associate Head Coach for the upcoming season.  She will take over as Head Coach in May when Frank Kudlac retires

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Sunday, 24 October 2010 09:40

World Championships: Event Finals Day 2

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On the Women's side, Ana Porgras won the BB while American Rebecca Bross earned a tie for silver.  Ex-Brown athlete Alicia Sacramone was 5th.  On FX, Aussie Lauren Mitchell won Gold.  American Alexandra Raisman finished just outside of the medals in fourth.

In the Men's competition, France's Thomas Bouhail won VT, while Feng Zhe of China won PB.  On HB, China's Zhang Chenglong won, while Americans Danell Leyva and Chris Brooks (ex-OU) finished 5th and 6th, respectively. 

Link:  Men's VT, PB and HB

Link:  Women's BB and FX

Sunday, 24 October 2010 09:39

2011-12 Comini to Kent State

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Stephanie Comini, L10 from Oakland Gymnastics in Michigan, has committed to Kent State.  In 2010, she finished 11th AA at her state meet, 2nd AA at regionals and qualified to JO Nationals.

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Saturday, 23 October 2010 10:41

World Gymnastics Championships: Event Finals

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Alicia Sacramone of the US (ex-Brown) won the World title on the VT, after capping a successful comeback from retirement.  She defeated the World AA champ, Aliya Mustafina, when Mustafina's 2nd vault was downgraded for not showing the intended position.   Veterans and post-college age athletes dominated in the AA final, with only Men's FX winner Eleftherios Kosmidis at 19 the only winner younger than 22.  OU's Steven Legendre placed 8th in the FX final after some problems.  The USA's Rebecca Bross finished third on UB, behind winner Beth Tweddle, after defending champion He Kexin fell.  In fourth was former World AA champ Bridget Sloan of the US.

Links:  Women's Results

Links:  Men's Results

Friday, 22 October 2010 16:28

2012-13 Blanske to NU

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Hollie Blanske, L10 at Twin City Twisters in Minnesota, has committed to Nebraska.  She finished 1st or 2nd AA in all of her 2010 meets, placed 1st on bars in every meet through the state meet, and claimed many other event titles throughout the season.  She finished 2nd AA at regionals (2nd V/UB/FX) and JO Nationals (3rd UB, 4th BB).

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Friday, 22 October 2010 16:24

2012-13 Nordquist to Minnesota

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Hanna Nordquist, L10 from Twin City Twisters, has committed to Minnesota.  She fhinished in the top 10 in all of her 2010 meets through regionals, where she finished 3rd AA; 1st V/FX; 4th UB.  She finished 19th AA at JO Nationals.

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Friday, 22 October 2010 12:21

World Championships: AA Finals

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OU grad Jonathan Horton won a bronze medal in the AA, finishing behind Japan's two-time champion Kohei Uchimura and Germany's Philipp Boy. 

In the Women's competition, Russia's Aliya Mustafina won.  Rebecca Bross was third for the US, after a fall on BB.  Jiang Yuyan of China was just ahead of Bross in 2nd.  DU grad Jessica Lopez placed 10th AA. 

Link  Men's Results

Thursday, 21 October 2010 20:16

World Championships: Men's Team Final

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China won the Men's Team title at the World Championships, ahead of Japan and Germany.  The US finished fourth, posting the highest total of the day on HB and the lowest on PH.

Link:  Results

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