Women's NCAA Gymnastics Recap 1/29 - 1/31

9:50 PM

Recap of the scores and event winners from the past weekend's competitions.

FRIDAY, 29TH JANUARY:

  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (49.500, 49.475, 49.525, 49.675) 198.175 DOWNED UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA (49.200, 49.325, 49.550, 49.450) 197.525
    • It was a night of perfect 10.0's at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center as three 10's were scored by three different Gator gymnasts. Sophomore Alex McMurtry earned her 10 on the Uneven Bars whilst Senior Bridget Sloan and Sophomore Kennedy Baker received the perfect score for their Balance Beam and Floor Exercise routines respectively. Baker also shared the Vault title with Freshman team mate Alicia Boren (Both received 9.950). Sloan topped the All Around with 39.775 and finished in second place on the Floor with a 9.975 (she received a 10.0 from one judge). Alabama Junior Aja Sims scored a career best of 9.975 on the Balance Beam (she also received a 10.0 from one judge) with Sophomore Kiana Winston receiving a career best of 9.925 on the Floor Exercise. Other standout performers for Alabama were Senior Lauren Beers, Sophomore Mackenzie Brannan and Junior Katie Bailey.
  • WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY (47.375, 47.175, 47.900, 48.425) 190.875 TOPPED TEMPLE UNIVERSITY (47.300, 47.700, 47.025, 47.550) 189.575; URSINUS COLLEGE (45.875, 46.475, 48.000, 46.575) 186.925 AND CENTENARY COLLEGE (46.700, 45.250, 48.300, 37.650) 177.900 
    • West Chester University came back strong after having almost a fortnight off. WCU Junior Majesta Valentine was the top All Arounder scoring 38.775 and was also tops on the Floor Exercise (9.800). Fellow West Chester Senior Lindsay Knapp set a personal record on the Balance Beam with 9.800 to take the event title. Temple Junior Briana Odom had a fantastic meet finishing second in the All Around (38.700) and taking out the Vault honors along with fellow Temple Sophomore Sahara Gipson with them both scoring 9.650. Odom and Gipson also shared in the Uneven Bars honors with Temple Freshman Breahna Wiczkowski (9.650). Top gymnasts for Centenary were Sophomore Ashley White, fifth-year Senior Noel Stubbs and Freshman Navia Jordan and for Ursinus College Junior Jillian Casarella, Sophomore Monique Brooks and Junior Lauren Chavis and Senior Kristina Steffenhagen were standout performers.
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA (48.975, 49.325, 48.775, 49.200) 196.275 TOPPED UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY (48.500, 48.825, 48.800, 48.900) 195.025
    • Georgia Senior Brittany Rogers had a super meet taking out the Uneven Bars (9.925) and Balance Beam (9.875) titleswith fellow Senior Brandie Jay earning the high mark in the All Around and on the Vault with a 9.900. Fellow Georgia Senior Mary Beth Box tied her season high of 9.900 to take the top marks on the event. Kentucky Freshmen Sidney Dukes, Katie Stuart and Alex Hyland as well as Senior Montana Whittle were standout performers.
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-LA CROSSE (47.200, 47.475, 46.525, 47.925) 189.125 DOWNED WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY (47.325, 45.150, 46.325, 46.575) 185.375
    • UW-La Crosse won their home opener at Mitchell Hall with season high totals on all apparatuses and a season high total as a result. It was a night of career highs for the UW-La Crosse Eagles - Sophomore Samantha Wiekamp won the All Around with a career high total of 37.950 with fellow Sophomore Leah Spankowski capturing the Vault title with 9.650. Sophomore Lauren Wilson and Junior Savana Kettner scored career highs on the Uneven Bars (9.625) and Balance Beam (9.725) respectively to earn the even titles. Winona State Sophomore Eboni Jackson was the top scorer on the Balance Beam with a 9.475, whilst Senior Jade Donaldson and fellow Sophomore Katie Pipp also had strong routines for the Warriors. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS (49.075, 49.025, 49.150, 49.350) 196.600 DOWNED AUBURN UNIVERSITY (49.025, 49.250, 48.425, 49.275) 195.975 
    • Despite a slow start the University of Arkansas narrowly bested Auburn University. Arksansas Junior Amanda Wellick topped the All Around by with a 39.500 over Auburn Senior Caitlin Atkinson (39.400). Wellick also topped the Vault with a 9.900 - a score shared by Auburn Junior MJ Rott (season high score for her). Auburn Freshman Emma Engler scored a career high of 9.875 on the Uneven Bars to share in the title with Sophomore team mate Abby Milliet. Auburn Redshirted Senior Lexus Demurs scored a 9.850 on the Balance Beam to tie for the honors with Wellick and Arkansas Junior Samantha Nelson. Nelson also tied with her career high score of 9.925 on the Floor Exercise to top the field. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-STOUT (46.275, 43.675, 44.225, 45.500) 179.675 NARROWLY DEFEATED GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS COLLEGE (45.925, 44.350, 44.525, 44.825) 179.625 
    • It was 0.500 points that ended up separating the two teams as UW-Stout earned the win. Gustavus Adolphus Junior Alex Kopp had a fantastic meet, taking out the Vault (9.475) and All Around (37.075). Gustavus Adolphus Freshman Samantha Ardy was the top scorer on the Uneven Bars with 9.250, whilst UW-Stout's Juniors Kelly Huseman and Kaylee Jondahl were the top mark earners on the Balance Beam (9.375) and Floor Exercise (9.700) respectively. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE (46.225, 45.025, 45.925, 45.675) 182.850 HAD A CONVINCING WIN OVER HAMLINE UNIVERSITY (45.575, 44.475, 43.450, 46.100) 179.600 
    • UW-Eau Claire Senior Julia Stedman shared in the Vault title (with Freshman team mate Hannah Wendel - 9.425) and the Floor Exercise title (9.350 with fellow Senior BluGold Liz Stubbs) whilst Jessica Dhaene (Junior) and Tori Erickson (Sophomore) were the respective high scorers on the Uneven Bars (9.225) and Balance Beam (9.525). Top gymnasts for the Hamline Pipers were Freshmen Danielle Dudley and Rosie Giese and Sophomores Morgan Bradford and Sela Fadness. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-CHAMPAIGN (48.675, 48.625, 49.200, 49.225) 195.725 RECORDED A SEASON HIGH TOTAL TO TRIUMPH OVER PENN STATE UNIVERSITY (48.925, 49.250, 49.025, 47.825) 195.025
    • Illinois Junior Mary Jane Horth won her first All Around title of the season with a 39.400 and shared in the Uneven Bars title with Penn State Sophomore Chanen Raygoza (9.900). Illinois Freshman Lizzy LeDuc and Redshirt Senior Sunny Kato both produced season best 9.900's to share in the Balance Beam title. Whilst Penn State Sophomore Briannah Tsang was top on the Vault (9.850) and the Floor Exercise (9.925). Only five gymnasts were available to compete on the Floor Exercise for Penn State. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA (49.025, 49.200, 49.250, 49.300) 196.775 NARROWLY DEFEATED UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN (49.100, 49.250, 48.650, 49.550) 196.550
    • Michigan Freshman Olivia Karas won her third consecutive All Around title (39.525) with her Junior team mate Nicole Artz recording a career high of 9.975 on the Floor Exercise to take the event honors. Nebraska Sophomore Grace Williams scored a 9.950 on the Balance Beam to take the top score on the event - it is Nebraska's first score of 9.950 or above on the event since Emily Wong's routine at the 2014 NCAA Super Six. Jennie Laeng, a Junior on the Nebraska team was the top scorer on the Uneven Bars with 9.925 whilst on the Vault it was a four-way tie between Laeng, Karas and Michigan Junior Talia Chiarelli and Senior Austin Sheppard - with them all scoring 9.850's.
  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY (48.875, 49.025, 48.675, 49.075) 195.650 TOPPED NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY (49.125, 48.650, 48.800, 47.900) 194.475 AND LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY (48.700, 48.650, 48.525, 48.375) 194.250 
    • North Carolina State Freshman Alexa Phillips and Senior Brittni Watkins were the top scorers on the Vault (9.875) and Floor Exercise (9.875) respectively. Iowa State Sophomore Hilary Green and Freshman Meaghan Sievers both scored 9.900 on the Uneven Bars with Senior Alex Marasco earning the top mark on the Balance Beam (9.875). Fellow Iowa State gymnast, Sophomore Haylee Young was the top scorer in the All Around (39.225). Lindenwood Seniors Valeri Ingui and Rachel Zabawa, Junior Aubree Horn, Freshman Katey Oswalt and Sophomore Kayla McMullan were top performers for the Lady Lions. 
  • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY (47.825, 48.850, 48.375, 48.850) 193.900 DOMINATED OVER UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-WHITEWATER (47.625, 46.300, 47.150, 48.100) 189.175
    • SEMO Junior Lauren Israel recorded a career high in the All Around of 38.825 to earn the title and took out the Uneven Bars with a 9.825 whilst Sophomore Alexis Brawner and Junior Alexis Brawner shared in the Vault title - both scoring 9.700. SEMO Freshman McKinzie Jones earned a season high on the Balance Beam of 9.800 to top the field and also earned the top mark on the Floor Exercise of 9.875. UW-Whitewater Juniors Courtney Pickett, Mackenzie Smith and Katie Fiorilli and Senior Kristin Shackleton produced top performances for their team.
  • UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY (48.450, 49.125, 48.800, 49.050) 195.425 NARROWLY EDGED SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY (49.025, 48.975, 48.375, 48.875) 195.250
    • Utah State Junior Bailey McIntire was the only gymnast to compete on all four events scoring 39.150, with fellow Junior Hayley Sanzotti taking out the top score on the Floor Exercise (9.875) Balance Beam with a 9.900 (tied with Southern Utah Redshirt Junior Stacie Webb). Charly Belliston another Junior with the Utah State team was the top on the Uneven Bars scoring 9.900 whilst Southern Utah Junior Danielle Ramirez earned the high mark on the Vault with a 9.875. 
  • BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY (49.100, 49.425, 49.075, 48.800) 196.400 WON THE GEM STATE INVITATIONAL OVER BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY (48.950, 48.625, 49.050, 48.475) 195.100
    • Boise State University Redshirt Sophomore Sandra Collantes de Riglos won the All Around with a solid 39.475 and tied for the Floor Exercise title with Senior team mate Maddie Krentz with them both scoring 9.950. Boise State Sophomore Ann Stockwell and BYU Sophomore Mackenzie Douglas tied for first place on the Vault with 9.850's whilst Boise State Senior Krystine Jacobsen scored a 9.950 to take out the Uneven Bars honors. BYU Senior Makenzie Johnson Halliday earned a personal best of 9.925 on the Balance Beam to take the event title. 
  • SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY 48.875, 47.825, 48.425, 49.125) 194.250 TOPPED UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-DAVIS (48.875, 46.450, 48.800, 48.975) 193.100
    • Sacramento State Senior Kalliah McCartney was the top scorer in the All Around (39.300) and earned the high mark on the Uneven Bars (9.850) whilst Junior team mate Julia Konner was top scorer on the Vault with a 9.875. UC Davis Senior Stephanie Stamates schooled the field on the Balance Beam with a 9.875 and shared in the Floor Exercise title with a score of 9.875 with Freshman team mate Yasmine Yektaparast and Sacramento State Sophomore Lauren Rice. 
  • SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY (48.700, 48.425, 47.375, 48.325) 192.825 WON THE QUADRANGULAR OVER TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY (48.200, 48.300, 47.075, 47.700); SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY (48.050, 47.825, 46.925, 47.075) 189.875 AND THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY (47.975, 45.750, 46.825, 46.825) 187.650
    • SJSU Sophomore Kaitlin Won won the All Around title (38.800) over Texas Woman's Sophomore Schyler Jones (37.775). Jones also earned the top mark of 9.850 on the Balance Beam. SJSU Junior Erica Matos was top on the Floor Exercise (9.800) and shared the Vault honors with Seattle Pacific Senior Maria Hundley with both scoring 9.800. The Uneven Bars title was shared by Hundley, William & Mary Sophomore Eileen Malecki and Texas Woman's Junior Katie Simpson with all three scoring 9.800. 
SATURDAY, 30TH JANUARY:
  • UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (48.300, 48.975, 49.375, 49.150) 195.800 TOOK OUT THE DON TONRY BULLDOG INVITATIONAL OVER UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT (48.475, 48.650, 48.375, 48.150) 193.650; YALE UNIVERSITY (47.375, 48.200, 47.300, 48.600) 191.475 AND SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY (47.775, 47.025, 46.050, 47.025) 187.875 
    • New Hampshire Junior Meghan Pflieger and Sophomore Casey Lauter shared in the All Around title both scoring a total of 39.150 with them taking out the Floor Exercise (9.900) and Balance Beam (9.925) respectively. Fellow New Hampshire gymnast, Freshman Danielle Mulligan was the top scorer on the Uneven Bars with a 9.900, whilst on the Vault the University of Bridgeport Junior Hope Tralli earned the top mark of 9.775. Other top performers from Bridgeport were Sophomore Kelsey Campbell, Senior Randi Cutolo, Sophomore Carol Chiles, Junior Christine Liautaud, Freshman Maritza Futch and Juniors Ajiea Hargrave and Kimberly Stewart. Yale Sophomore Megan Ryan, Senior Camilla Opperman, Junior Tatiana Winkelman and Freshman Kiarra Alleyne produced solid performances for the Bulldogs The Bulldogs had to count all five routines on the Floor Exercise after Sophomore Sloane Smith was injured. Alexandra Avendano, a Sophomore on the Southern Connecticut State University was definitely the standout for her team recording a high placing of tied for 4th on the Floor Exercise.
  • THE COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT (47.525, 48.000, 47.625, 48.500) 191.650 HAD A DECISIVE WIN OVER ITHACA COLLEGE (46.625, 45.225, 44.475, 47.450) 183.775
    • It was a strong showing from Brockport with gymnasts from the team taking out all four Apparatus titles. Freshman Stephanie Mager scored a 9.575 on the Vault to take the title with Junior Maddie O'Braitis and Sophomore Miranda Shaine tying for the top mark on the Uneven Bars with 9.700. Senior Lily Jagodzinski was top on the Balance Beam with 9.725 with Freshman Meghan Cash earning the top score of 9.825 on the Floor Exercise. Top scorers for Ithaca College were Freshman Carolyn Nichols (9.500 on Vault), Sophomore Mina Sherman (9.125 on Uneven Bars), Senior Lara Harberle (9.200 on Balance Beam) and Graduate Student Valerie Cohen (9.600 on the Floor Exercise). 
  • GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (48.725, 48.650, 48.750, 48.825) 194.950 EDGED UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA (48.425, 48.575, 48.725, 48.550) 194.275
    • GWU Sophomore Cami Drouin-Allaire produced the top All Around score of 39.250 and recorded the top mark on the Vault (9.875) during the team's win. GWU Junior Chelsea Raineri tied with North Carolina Sophomore Kaitlynn Hedelund for the top mark of 9.825 on the Uneven Bars, with North Carolina Sophomore Morgan Lane earning the high score on the Floor Exercise (9.825). Lane and fellow Tarheels Senior Sarah Peterson tied with GWU Sophomores Alex Zois and Liz Pfeiler for the Balance Beam honors with 9.850. 
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (48.700, 48.425, 47.700, 49.100) 193.925 RECORDED THEIR FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON OVER TOWSON UNIVERSITY (48.475, 48.275, 48.425, 48.625) 193.800; RUTGERS UNIVERSITY (48.800, 47.925, 48.200, 48.625) 193.550 AND UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH (48.400, 47.875, 48.075, 48.750) 193.100 
    • Pittsburgh Senior Lindsay Offutt was the standout performer at the Quad meet earning the All Around (39.250) and Balance Beam (9.875) titles whilst sharing the high score of 9.850 on Floor Exercise with Michigan State Juniors Elena Lagoski and Holly Ryan. Towson University Sophomore Tyra McKellar was tops on the Uneven Bars with a 9.850 whilst Michigan State Senior Nicola Deans and Rutgers Senior Nicolette Wilson tied for the Vault honors - both scoring 9.850. 
  • EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (48.450, 48.900, 48.675, 48.750) 194.775 TOPPED NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (48.475, 48.350, 48.475, 48.650) 193.950
    • EMU Sophomore Kendall Valentin was the only gymnast in the field competing on all four events scoring 38.875. Northern Illinois Sophomore Andie Van Voorhis was top on the Vault (9.800)  with her Junior team mate Jamyra Carter and EMU Sophomore Catie Conrad tying for the top mark of 9.850 on the Uneven Bars. Eastern Michigan Junior Lacey Rubin was the top on the Balance Beam with 9.825 whilst the high score on the Floor Exercise of 9.850 was shared by EMU Senior Kimberly Ebeyer and Sophomore Rachel Slocum along with Northern Illinois Freshman Anna Martucci.
  • DENVER UNIVERSITY (48.875, 49.025, 48.975, 49.250) 196.125 TOPPED BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY (48.675, 48.275, 48.675, 48.900) 194.525
    • You could argue that this meet was the Nina McGee show as the fifth year Denver University gymnast took out the All Around (39.525), Vault (9.850), Uneven Bars (9.900), Balance Beam (9.850 - tied with BGSU Sophomore Laura Mitchell) and Floor Exercise (9.925). BGSU set season highs on the Vault and Balance Beam despite having changed lineups as a result of season ending injuries to Leslie Delgado and Julia Beyer - it also marked their first meet in the Stroh Center. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA (48.775, 49.350, 49.150, 48.800) 196.075 EARNED THEIR FOURTH STRAIGHT WIN, THIS TIME OVER OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY (48.650, 49.075, 48.350, 48.825) 194.900
    • Minnesota Senior Lindsay Mable won the All Around (39.150) and tied for the top score of 9.900 on the Balance Beam with Ohio State Sophomore Taylor Harrison. Mable's Junior team mate Bailie Holst recorded a 9.975 on the Uneven Bars (with a 10.0 from one judge) to earn the event honors. Minnesota Sophomore Abby DeMuse was the top on the Floor Exercise with 9.875 whilst Ohio State Freshman Jamie Stone was the top scorer on the Vault with a career high of 9.875. 
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY (48.850, 48.875, 49.075, 49.075) 195.875 WON THEIR DAM CANCER MEET OVER ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY (48.450, 47.375, 48.500, 48.750) 193.075
    • OSU Junior Madeline Gardiner won her fourth consecutive All Around title of the season with 39.300 and took out the Balance Beam title with 9.900. Gardiner's Freshman team mate Mariana Colussi-Pelaez earned a career best of 9.850 on the Uneven Bars to take the title, with fellow Beaver Senior Risa Perez earning the top score on the Floor Exercise with a 9.900. Arizona State Senior Taylor Allex was top on the Vault with 9.850.
  • U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY (47.625, 47.150, 46.125, 47.650) 188.550 WON THEIR FIRST MEET FOR THE SEASON OVER UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH (47.325, 44.950, 44.725, 47.200) 
    • U.S. Air Force Academy Junior Kara Witgen was tops in the All Around (38.000) and was the high scorer on the Vault (9.700) and Uneven Bars (9.675). Senior Sarah Neumann and Sophomore Casey Bell were top scorers on the Balance Beam (9.775) and Floor Exercise (9.700) respectively. Seniors Krystal Walker and Emily Ryan were standouts for Oshkosh.
  • UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA (49.325, 49.525, 49.200, 49.500) 197.550 WIN THE METROPLEX CHALLENGE OVER LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY(49.450, 49.325, 48.600, 49.375) 196.750; UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON (48.800, 49.150, 49.250, 48.975) 196.175; STANFORD UNIVERSITY(48.900, 49.300, 49.300, 48.575) 196.075 AND THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI(49.025, 49.150, 48.575, 49.075) 195.825
    • The University of Oklahoma won the Metroplex Challenge at the Fort Worth Convention Center setting season highs on the Bars and Floor Exercise. Louisiana State University was second with the University of Washington and Stanford University in third and fourth respectively. The University of Missouri finished fifth. Stanford University Sophomore Elizabeth Price continued her great form taking out the All Around with 39.600 and tying for the Uneven Bars title with Oklahoma Junior McKenzie Wofford (9.950). Oklahoma Junior Charity Jones was top on the Floor Exercise with 9.950 whilst LSU Junior Ashleigh Gnat tied with Stanford's Redshirt Senior Ivana Hong with the top mark on the Balance Beam (9.925). Gnat also scored another 10.0 on Vault becoming only the third LSU gymnast to score a 10.0 on the same event in consecutive weeks. Washington Senior Allison Northey and Sophomore Joslyn Goings were the top performers for team, whilst standout performers for Missouri were Freshman Brooke Kelly, Sophomore Kennedi Harris, Junior Angie Kern and Freshman Morgan Porter. 
SUNDAY, 31ST JANUARY:
  • ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY (48.450, 48.525, 48.625, 48.575) 194.175 RECORDED THEIR FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON OVER UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (48.325, 48.325, 47.475, 47.325) 191.450
    • Both teams recorded season high totals at this event. UIC Freshman Mikailla Northern was the top scorer in the All Around (38.800) out of the three UIC gymnasts who competed on all four events, with fellow Freshman Jenna Squillo taking out the top score on the Vault (9.775). Illinois State Senior Amanda Mohler earned 9.825 on both the Uneven Bars and Balance Beam to top the field on both. Illinois State Juniors Sarah Fisher and Samantha Ward tied for the top mark on the Floor Exercise (9.750).
  • WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY (47.700, 47.425, 48.275, 47.475) 190.875 TOPPED UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (47.500, 47.325, 47.750, 48.025) 190.600 AND CENTENARY COLLEGE (47.550, 44.325, 47.225, 47.250) 186.350
    • West Chester Junior Majesta Valentine lead the WCU team, breaking her own school record in the All Around (38.925), and winning Balance Beam (9.825) and Floor Exercise (9.775). Her Senior team mate Meghan Brannon also broke her own school record on the Uneven Bars with 9.825 to take the event honors. Centenary College Sophomore Ashley White triumphed on the Vault with a 9.700. Penn's Sophomores Ally Podsednik and Kyra Levi with Juniors Kelly Tan and Rachel Graham were the Quakers top performers. 
  • CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (48.525, 48.950, 48.550, 49.150) 195.175 WON AT HOME OVER BALL STATE UNIVERSITY (48.700, 48.550, 48.650, 48.675) 194.575
    • CMU Freshman Kasey Janowicz took the All Around honors (39.000) and was top scorer on the Balance Beam (9.900) with her Senior team mates Karlee Teet and Taylor Bolender taking out the Uneven Bars (9.925) and Floor Exercise (9.925) respectively. Denasiha Christian, a Senior on the Ball State team was first on the Vault with a 9.800.
  • BROWN UNIVERSITY (47.900, 48.650, 48.150, 47.875) 192.575 TOPPED THE QUAD MEET OVER SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY (47.025, 46.950, 47.450, 46.950, 47.450, 47.600) 189.025; SUNY-CORTLAND (47.400, 45.850, 47.000, 47.025) 187.275 AND SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE (47.300, 45.525, 46.200, 47.825) 186.850
    • Brown Junior Jorden Mitchell won the All Around (38.550) and shared in the Balance Beam with Southern Connecticut State Junior Rotem Porat (9.800). Brown Senior Corey Holman was the top on the Vault (9.750) with Junior team mate Caroline Morant top on the Uneven Bars with 9.800. Southern Connecticut Senior Nicole Pruchnik earned the top mark on the Floor Exercise of 9.825. Top performers for Springfield were Juniors Marissa DeAngelo and Nicole Silva and  Sophomore Briana Kerr whilst for SUNY-Cortland it was Freshman Rachel Filipski, Sophomore McKenna Passalacqua, Senior Meghan Goyden and Junior Amanda Scanlon.
  • KENT STATE UNIVERSITY (48.475, 48.475, 47.975, 48.800) 193.725 NARROWLY DEFEATED WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (48.750, 47.950, 48.025, 48.850) 193.575
    • Western Michigan Sophomore topped the All Around with a 38.825 whilst her Junior team mates Anna Corbett and Jessie Peszek top scored on the Vault (9.825) and Uneven Bars (9.800) respectively. Kent State Sophomore Rachel Stypinski was the high scorer on the Balance Beam with a 9.825. WMU Freshman Rachael Underwood was top in the field on the Floor Exercise with a 9.875.
  • UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT (48.200, 48.525, 48.500, 48.950) 194.175 TOPPED CORNELL UNIVERSITY (47.575, 47.950, 48.775, 47.925) 192.225
    • Bridgeport gymnasts took four of the five individual honors on offer. Bridgeport Sophomore Kelsey Campbell was the top All Arounder scoring 38.100 with her Junior team mate Ajiea Hargrave earning the high of 9.725 on the Vault, Fellow Bridgeport Gymnasts, Junior Christina Liautaud and Senior Randi Cutolo were the high scorers on the Uneven Bars (9.825) and Floor Exercise (9.875) respectively. Cornell University Freshman Kaitlin Green took out the top mark on the Balance Beam with 9.875. 
  • UNIVERSITY OF IOWA (49.000, 49.250, 48.900, 49.125) 196.275 DOWNED UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND (48.575, 49.100, 48.800, 49.025) 195.500 
    • Iowa Junior Mollie Drenth topped the standings in the All Around (39.350), tied for first on Floor Exercise (9.900 with Maryland Freshman Macey Roberts) and also tied for first on the Balance Beam with team mate Alie Glover (Senior) with 9.850. Iowa Freshman Rose Piorkowski was the top scorer on the Vault with 9.850 whilst on Uneven Bars it was a three way tie between Iowa Senior Johanny Sotillo and Junior Angel Metcalf and Maryland Sophomore Evelyn Nee (9.875).

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