Florida announced via Instagram that Sierra Alexander will join the squad next fall. She's a L10 at West Broward Gymnastics. At the 2016 Florida L10 State Championships, she placed 2nd on VT and 5th AA. She qualified to the JO NIT meet last season after placed 13th AA at the Region VIII Regionals.
The National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches, Women, has named their Regular Season All-Americans. These are based on regular season finish based on the RQS (the Regional Qualifying Score).
The final regular season Women's National Rankings are out. The Top 36 teams now advance to Regional competition. OU continues to lead the team race, with Florida 2nd and LSU 3rd.
The season is down to its final weekend, and 39 teams are in the position to qualify for Regionals. 29 teams have their places set, but there are 9 teams battling for six remaining slots. And, there are 21 teams pursuing the Top 18 Regional Seeds.
The Women's National Rankings are out for the week of March 14th. With this release, a total of 29 teams have clinched their spots in the Regional competition. Ten more teams are battling for the last remaining 7 spots at Regionals. OU continues to lead the team race, with Florida 2nd and LSU 3rd.
No. 1 OU down host UCLA, despite resting several top gymnasts. Chayse Capps led the way, winning BB and the AA (39.55). Teammate Hunter Price won VT while Sooner McKenzie Wofford tied for the UB title with JaNay Honest. Five athletes tied for the FX title: AJ Jackson and Haley Scaman of OU, and Danusia Francis, Angi CIpra and Sadiqua Bynum of UCLA.
Link: UCLA Release
Host UIC fell to ASU's men's club team in their final home meet. Daniel Bronnenburg led ASU with a 15.25 on VT.
Link: UIC Release
Host Alaska won the first of two meets with Air Force this weekend. M'rcy Matsunami led the way, winning VT, UB and the FX en route to a 38.825 AA win. Air Force's Sarah Neumann won the BB.
Cal celebrated Senior Night with a season high score and win over Army. Bear senior Kevin Wolting led the way with a win on FX and VT, en route to a 88.9 AA win. Classmate Kyle Zemeir won Rings while classmate Takahiro Kawada won PH.
Cal posted its highest score in school history, a 197.5, to pick up a huge road score and move into the Top 12. Cal defeated NorCal rivals Sac State and host UC Davis. Toni-Ann Williams led the way once again, winning UB and FX. Teammates Arianna Robinson and Jessica Howe won VT and BB respectively. Lauren Rice led a trio of Sac State AAers with a 39.225.