LSU took three event titles outright and Kennedi Edney's 39.5 won the AA title. Lexi Priessman and Hailey Garner tied for the bars title.
Missouri 195.725, ISU 195.35, GWU 194.35 and Lindenwood 194.1. Iowa State's Haylee Young won the AA title with a score of 39.325. Missouri and ISU split the event titles.
OU swept the event titles and Maggie Nichols won the AA title with a 39.675. She also won the floor title with a 10.0.
North Carolina 195.675, NCSU 195.025, Pitt 194.075, and W&M 193.025. UNC's Morgan Lane took the AA title with a scores of 39.325. Pitt won vault. NCSU won bars and floor. UNC won beam.
EMU's Catie Conrad and KSU's Rachel Stypinski tied for the AA title with a score of 39.175. Conrad also won the bars title, but Kent State took the other events.
Kentucky's Mollie Korth took the AA title with a 39.625 along with event titles on Vault and Bars. Teammate Sydney Dukes won the beam and floor titles.
Alex McMurtry scored a 10.0 on bars and the Gators swept the event titles. Alica Boren won the AA with a 39.725.
Robyn Kelley from Reading Gymnastics Academy has announced her commitment to New Hampshire. The Level 10 qualified to JOs last season and finished 20th AA. This season she on beam, floor and the all around at the Cape Code Classic. She placed 1st on vault and beam and 2nd AA at the Tim Daggett meet.
Emma Lapinta, L10 at Kurt Thomas, has committed to SEMO. In 2015 she finished 2nd AA and first on beam at the L9 Western Championships. She missed the post season last year, her first season at L10. She has finished in the top five at the three meets she has competed so far this season and she recently placed 1st on floor at the Texas Prime meet.
Carina Jordan has informed us of her commitment to Florida. Carina is a Level 10 training at the Prattville YMCA in Alabama. Last season she placed 1st on vault at her state meet and 1st on floor at regionals. She qualified to JOs and placed 39th AA.