Sophia Sokolowsky, a L10 from World Class (VA), has committed to Brown, starting in 2021-2022. In 2019, she was the Regional BB champion in her division. She was also the UB champ and the AA co-runnerup at the 2018 Level 9 Eastern Nationals.
Gabrielle Dildy, a L10 from Excalibur, has committed to Rutgers, starting in 2022-2023. In the shortened 2020 season, she won the AA title in her sessions at the Everest Classic, the Excalibur Dup and the Palmetto Patriots Classic. In 2019, she was the Region VII Level 10 AA champion in her division, and qualified to the Level 10 Nationals. She tied for 40th AA at the 2018 USAG Level 10 Nationals, and was 37th in 2017.
David Wolma has committed to Michigan's men's program, starting in 2021-2022. He trains at Cypress Academy in TX.
Audrey Evans, a L10 at Everest, has committed to Bama for 2021-2022. A 2017 Level 10 National qualifier, she is also a two-time Level 10 Regional qualifier.
Olivia Van Horn, a L10 at Silvia's, has committed to Penn for 2021-2022. She's a three-time L10 Regional qualifier and was Regional champ on the FX in 2017.
Hannah Appleget, a L10 from Precision, has committed to Lindenwood for 2021-2022. This past season, while training at Jersey Shore, she won the AA title in her session at the Pink Invitational and the Kick-Off Invite.
Nadia Drutau, a L10 at Southeastern, has committed to Yale for 2021-2022. In 2019, she tied for 5th on UB and 40th AA at the USAG Level 10 Nationals.
Utah frosh Deanne Soza has announced her retirement, citing her physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Link: Utah Release
Athena Koehler, a L10 from Redwood Empire, has committed to UC Davis for 2021-2022. A former L10 Regional qualifier, this past season she won the AA title at the Gymnastics in the Wine Country meet and placed 2nd AA in the Delta Classic.
The NCAA Division I Council officially adopted a resolution to allow all Division I Winter sports athletes an additional year of eligibility, regardless if they compete this season or not. If implemented in the same fashion as the waivers granted to 2020 spring and fall athletes, those seniors that return next year won't count against their school's scholarship limits in 2021-2022. The additional year and scholarship are not guaranteed. They are up to the school's choice, and likely dictated by budget. If implemented the same as the rule in Division II, it appears that the relaxation of the scholarship limits does not apply to a senior that transfers schools for supplemental year of eligibility in 2021-2022.