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Sunday, 19 February 2023 15:47

Alaska-Anchorage 192.5 at Iowa St 195.525

ISU defeated UAA for the 2nd time in the weekend.  The Cyclones swept all four events: Kaia Parker won VT, Madelyn Langkamp and Loganne Basuel tied on UB, Hannah Loyim won BB and Maddie Diab took the FX.

Link:  ISU Release

The Owls picked up wins from Ashley Glynn on VT, Hannah Stallings on BB and Brooke Donabedian on FX. LIU's Mara Titarsolej won UB while Cornell's Sydney Beers took the AA with a 38.675.

Link:  Cornell Release

Scores:  Link

Oklahoma retained its top spot in the Women's National Rankings for the week of January 16th, as compiled by  Florida is 2nd and Michigan close behind in 3rd.

Saturday, 14 January 2023 19:30

UW Eau Claire 183.575, Simpson 180.15

UW Eau Claire won the first session at the Chow's Winter Classic.  Eau Claire was led by wins from Haiven Gipson on VT, Tia Ravara on UB and Liliana Shank on BB.  For Simpson, Emma Tolbert won FX and Avery Ingram took the AA (36.25). 

Link:  Scores

Florida posted a huge 197.75 to win the opening home quad meet.   Florida's Trinity Thomas posted the 1st 10 of the season to win BB. She also won VT and tied for 1st on UB with teammate Leanne Wong.   Both Thomas and Wong sat out the AA.  New Gator Rachel Baumann (from UGA) won FX while frosh Kayla DiCello won the AA with a 39.475.  

Link:  WVU Release and Results

Host Pitt won the Keystone Classic, winning bragging rights in the state of PA.  Pitt was led by Sidney Washington, who won VT and FX. Frosh teammate Reyna Garvey won the BB. Temple's Sarah Stallings won the UB while PSU frosh Ava Piedrahita won the AA with a 39.175.

Link:  Release and Scores

SUU frosh Trista Goodman won UB to lead the Flippin' Birds.  Washington's Skylar Killough-Wilhelm won the BB and the AA with a 39.325.  Teammate Amara Cunningham won the FX.  For Fisk, in the historic first meet for the new program at the HBCU, Morgan Price won the VT.  

Link:  SUU Release

Link:  Scores

Randy Solorio will retire from his post as Head Coach at Sac State.  He's been HC since 2016 and was an assistant starting in 1986.  Prior to that, he was a gymnast at UC Davis before transferring down the Causeway to Sac St to complete his studies.  He has successfully recovered from liver cancer, first diagnosed in March 2020.  

Link:  Release  

Friday, 30 December 2022 21:08

Coming Soon

Teams ranked #13 to #25 will be published by 1/3/23

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