All Around Winner: Jade Carey, OSU, 39.75
Overall AA winner: Karley McClain, SUU, 39.525
Overall AA winner: Trinity Thomas, UF, 39.8. She also received a 10.0 on floor.
Overall meet standings:
Overall AA Winner: Alexis Ortega, NCState, 39.25
All Around winner: Lauren MacPherson, SJSU, 39.3
Overall Conference AA winner: Abby Heiskell, Michigan, 39.7. Heiskell also recorded a 10.0 on beam
All Around winner this session: Cassie Stevens, Auburn 39.65
Army was paced by wins from Gabe Almeida on FX, Blaze Kennedy on PH, Patrick Armstrong on R and Joseph Buselmeier on HB. For Springfield, Dominic Ramalho won PB and the AA with a 79.15. Teammate Owen Carney won the VT.
Ball State 196.325
Kent State 196.175
Bowling Green 195.5
All Around winner: Hanna Demers, CMU, 39.475
Arizona and Washington (tie) 196.375
All Around winner this session: Brenna Neault, Stanford 39.4
AA: Syd Morris, LIU 39.225 VT: Sarah Zois and Deja Chambliss, GWU, 9.9 UB: Natalia Pawlak, Pitt, 9.9 BB: Morris, 9.9 FX: Chambliss, 9.9
AA: Gianna Gerdes, Minn, 39.475 VT: Mya Hooten, Minn, 9.925 UB: Mia Takekawa, Ill, 9.95 BB: Takekawa, 9.95 FX: Hooten, 9.95
AA: Hannah Stahlbrodt, SCSU 38.825 VT: Joanna Chambers, Bridgeport and Emma Wiley, W&M, 9.7 UB: Ciana Rios, SCSU, 9.825 BB: Angel Lee, SCSU 9.875 FX: Sydney Beers, Cornell, 9.85
The US Senior Men and Women's squads won the gold at the DTB Pokal Team Challenge this week. A number of current, former and future NCAAers took part. In the Men's competition, Stanford's Asher Hong and Brody Malone joined Michigan's Fred Richard and former Sooner Yul Moldauer and former Gopher Shane Wsikus. For the women, Arkansas commit Jocelyn Roberson and LSU commit Zoe Miller joined Nola Matthews and Ashlee Sullivan. Hong was 3rd on PH and R and 2nd on VT (with a 15.45 for a stuck Ri Se Gwang). Moldauer placed 2nd on FX while Wiskus was 3rd on PB and Malone 3rd on HB. Roberson won VT and FX while Miller won UB. Sullivan won BB.
Link: Results and Video Replay
Allie Misenheimer,, Sonshine Gymnastics, qualified to nationals last season (36th AA). She has four top 10 finishes this season.