Amanda and Jennifer Lauer have committed to Nebraska. The two siblings are L10s at Premier in Nebraska.
Amanda placed 45th AA at the 2009 L10 Nationals, Jr. D division.
Jennifer placed 27th AA at the 2009 L10 Nationals, Jr. D division. She also tied for 51st AA at the 2008 L10 Nationals, Jr. C.
Jessica Hanner, a L10 at Jenks, has committed to Air Force, according to a site submission. At the 2009 Region III L10 Regionals, she tied for 1st on BB and placed 8th AA. At the 2008 Level 9 Western Nationals, she placed 4th AA, 3rd(t) on BB and 5th(t) on FX.
Link: YouTube.com Channel
UCLA posted a big 197.25 in the tri-meet at CSUF. For UCLA, Vanessa Zamarripa was perfect on VT, notching another 10.0 for the win. She also picked up a win on FX and a tie on BB with teammate Elyse Hopfner Hibbs. On UB, frosh Monique De La Torre won. Tauny Frattone, the only UCLA AAer, posted a 39.325 for the win.
Link: CSUF Release
Arkansas won the tri-meet easily, posting a 196.075 and avoiding counting any falls. Sarah Nagashima made most of her return to her hometown by winning the AA for Arkansas with a 39.175. Casey Jo Magee won the BB and tied on the FX with teammate Jamie Pisani. Pisani also won the VT. UW's Sam Walior won the UB.
Link: UW Release
SUU's Elise Wheeler broke the school record in the AA with a 39.55, but Boise State's overall consistency proved to be the difference. Wheeler also captured titles on the UB, BB and FX, while Boise State's Hannah Redmon won VT.
Link: SUU Release
San Jose State won the northern california battle between the three programs. Thomasina Wallace and Gabrielle Targosz, both of SJSU, tied for the FX title. Teammate Lily Swann tied with UC Davis' Katie Yamamura for the VT title. Fellow Aggies Lida Gehlen won UB, while Sac State's Cayla Boyce won BB.
Link: SJSU Release
Despite some falls on BB, Utah posted a 195.925 to beat BYU. Kyndal Robarts led Utah, posting a 39.375 to win the AA and tying teammate Annie DiLuzio on VT. DiLuzio also won the FX, while teammates Daria Bijak and Jamie Deetscreek on UB and BB, respectively.
Link: Utah Release
Iowa State held off Minnesota to win 195.475 to 195.2. Iowa State was led by Michelle Browning's career high 39.35 win in the AA. She also won the FX. Teammates Jody McKellar and Ceilia Maccani tied for the UB. For Minnesota, Kendra Elm won VT while teammate Kristin Furukawa won BB.
Link: Iowa State Release
Towson's Jackie Schweitzer won UB and tied for 1st on BB with GWU's Megan Quinn to lead the Tigers. Teammate Alise MacDonald added a win on VT. GWU's Leslie Delima won the FX and the AA with a 38.775.
Link: Towson Release
Florida won the meet at Auburn, led by Ashanee Dickerson and Courtney Gladys. Dickerson captured the FX and the AA with a 39.45. Gladys won the VT and tied for the BB title with teammate Liz Green. Three Gators tied for the UB title: Amanda Castillo, Elizabeth Mahlich and Maranda Smith.
Link: AU Release
Missouri had six gymnasts score 13 career highs en route to the big win. The Tigers' Sarah Shire set a new school record in the AA with a 39.725. Shire won the VT, UB and BB. Teammate Mary Burke tied her on FX to prevent the solo sweep.
Link: Missouri Release
UGA defeated visiting LSU 196.575 to 196.05. Courtney McCool led UGA with a win on the FX and ties on BB (with teammate Grace Taylor) and UB (with teammate Marcia Newby and LSU's Susan Jackson). Jackson also captured the VT and the AA with a 39.45.
Link: LSU Release
Bama rolled to a big 197.225 in the meet at Kentucky. Bama was led by Morgan Dennis, who posted a 39.55, including a near-perfect 9.975 win on the VT. She also won the FX and tied for 1st on BB with teammate Ashley Priess. Priess also tied for the UB title with teammate Kayla Hoffman.
Link: UK Release
Oklahoma posted a big 196.825 in the road victory over Michigan State. OU's Sara Stone posted a 10.0 on VT to lead OU's sweep of the individual events. Teammate Brie Olson won the UB while fellow Sooner Hollie Vise won BB. OU's Jackie Flanery posted a 9.95 for the FX win. For MSU, Nicole Curler led a trio of Spartan AAers.
Link: MSU Release