Senior Kacy Cantanzaro won the AA with a 39.225 in her final home meet. She also won the beam and the floor as she celebrated Senior Night. GWU's Elena Corcoran won the vault while Penn's Dana Bonincontri won the bars.
Link: Towson Release
LSU celebrated Senior Night by matching their season high, and pushing their RQS ahead of Arkansas. Frosh Rheagan Courville led the way, winning the AA with a 39.5 and capturing the vault title. Classmates Randi Lau and Lloimincia Hall won the beam and floor, respectively. Tiger Sarie Morrison won the bars. WVU also improved their RQS with a road season high.
Link: LSU Release
Auburn easily defeated BYU on Senior Night, but neither program raised their RQS. AU's Petrina Yokay led her team, winning the AA with a 39.15. Teammates Brianna Guy, Allyson Sandusky and Toi Garcia added wins on vault, bars, and floor, respectively. BYu's Natalie Eyre-Pickard won the beam.
Link: AU Release
Host SEMO defeated TWU on Friday night, 194.2 to 193.7. Taryn Vanderpool posted a career-high 38.825 to lead the Redhawks to the win. She also won bars while teammate Taylor Westrick won beam. For TWU, Kristin Edwards won floor while teammate Bethany Larimer and Kayla Jones tied for the vault title.
Florida posted a season-high 197.9 to easily defeat the Utes, who posted a season road-high of 196.475 despite counting a fall on bars. Florida's Alaina Johnson won the AA with a 39.675, just ahead of teammates Marissa King (39.65) and Ashanee Dickerson (39.625). Johnson tied with Dickerson for the bars title, with King for the beam title, and with Utes Georgia Dabritz and Kailah Delaney for the vault title. King and teammate Kytra Hunter tied for honors on floor, where the Gators posted a 49.6. Florida's RQS inches up to 197.395 after the win, while Utah rises to a 196.705.
Link: Utah Release
Michigan closed out the regular season with a big win over in-state rival MSU. Katie Zurales and teammate Joanna Sampson tied for the AA title for the Wolverines, who competed just seven athletes. Zurales won beam and floor for Michigan, while Sampson took the bars. MSU's Taira Neal won the vault. Their 196.025 lifts their RQS to a 195.71.
Link: Michigan Release
Missouri celebrated Senior Night with a win over Arkansas, 196.1 to 195.45. Jaime Pisani led the injury-plagued Gym-Backs, winning vault, beam, floor and the AA (39.6). Teammate Mariah Howdeshell won the bars. Missouri improved their RQS to 195.825, while Arkansas remained unchanged.
Link: MU Release
A solid 195.45 boosts NC State's RQS to 195.715 as they defeated Rutgers and W&M. Five different NC State athletes split the titles: Brooke Barr won vault, Rachel Fincham the bars, Jess Panza the beam and Diahanna Ham took the floor. Stephanie Ouellette's AA win completed the sweep.
Link: W&M Release