Anabella Mills, Brestyans, to S. Connecticut
Hailey Smallwood, Starlight Gymnastics, to UW Whitewater (personal website)
Canadian Rory Allen and Alexa Weber, Galaxy Gymnastics, to Cortland
The Huskers closed their home slate with a 410.8 and a big win over the Buckeyes and Greenville. Taylor Christopulos led the way, winning FX, PB and tying for the VT title with teammates Donte McKinney and Liam Doherty-Herwitz. Husker Cooper Giles won PH while teammate Zachery Tiderman won HB. Buckeye Donovan Hewitt won the R.
Illinois St's Alana Laster won the AA with a 39.35. Teammate Angelica Labat won the VT while Redbird Jaye Mack won FX. SEMO's Lindsay Ockler won UB. On BB, there was a five way tie for 1st: Ill St's Joy Ziegenfelder tied with SEMO's Taylor Ingle and Nyah Reader plus Lindenwood's Nya Kraus and Madi Rush.
Link: Release and SEMO Release
Aliyah Kelly, United Gymnastics Academy, qualified to nationals last season (33rd AA). She has finished in the top two or three AA at her meets this season.
Chloe Cho, Gymnastics Olympica USA, competed at the Vegas Cup Elite Qualifier (50.45) and she more recently competed at the '23 Winter Cup (27thAA)
Navy posted the Thursday night win at Simpson, led by Syan Buradagunta's wins on FX and PH. The Midshipmen swept the remaining events: Sebastian Gordon and Riley Rose won SR, Connor Van Loo won VT, Vishal Mandava won PB and Giovanni Gambatese won HB.
Sasha Fujisaka, Airborne Gymnastics, is graduating a year early to join the next incoming class. She finished 11th AA at nationals last season. This season she has won three of her five meets, picking up three wins on bars and four wins on beam.
OU retained their #1 position with a NQS of 198.3 in the Women's National Rankings for the week of March 13th, as compiled by RoadToNationals.com. Michigan retained the #2 spot, just ahead of #3 Florida, with all three breaking 198. UCLA is now 4th and Utah 5th.
Mya Lauzon won BB with a 10 and took the FX to lead Cal. Teammates Andi Li and Madelyn Williams tied for the AA title at 39.625. Li tied with Bear Gabby Perea for 1st on UB at 9.975. UC Davis' Megan Ray won VT.
OU blasted to a big 198.4 to celebrate Senior Day in style. OU's Katherine Lavasseur posted a 10 to win VT. Sooner senior Ragan Smith won FX (9.975) and tied for 1st on BB with teammate Faith Torrez. Teammate Jordan Bowers won the AA (39.625) and tied for 1st on UB with Sooner senior Olivia Trautman.
Link: ASU Release
Rutgers set a new school record to win a tri-meet on Senior Day. Rutgers was led by wins from Emily Lease on VT, Avery Balser on UB and Stephanie Zannella on BB. WVU's Emily Holmes-Hackerd won FX.
Leanne Wong won the UB and the AA (39.65) to lead the Gators. Teammate Sloane Blakely won VT and Gator Trinity Thomas won FX, both with 9.975s. UF's Riley McCusker and UW's Kennedi Davis tied for 1st on BB.
Link: UW Release
Raisa Boris won UB and FX en route to a 39.35 AA win to lead EMU. Teammate Ella Chemotti won the BB. BGSU's Katrina Mendez Abolnik won VT.
CMU defeated Kent State on the latter's Senior Day. CMU was led by Hannah Demers, who won the AA (39.4) and tied for first on UB with Kent St's Sarah Huxton. CMU also had wins from Lia Kmieciak on VT, Luciana Alvarado-Reid on BB, and Taylor Pitchell on FX.
WMU edged Ball St as the two ended as regular season co-MAC Champions. Payton Murphy won BB and the AA with a 39.475 to lead WMU. Teammate Dani Petrousek won the UB. For Ball State, Suki Pfister won VT and Megan Teter took the FX.