Women’s rankings are determined by average until mid-February. Then, the ranking method is switched to regional qualifying score, which is determined by taking the top six scores—three of which must be away—dropping the highest score and averaging the remaining five. These rankings are used to determine teams that qualify to regionals and the play-in meets.
Other notable rankings: Arizona sits at No. 23 while UC Davis holds onto No. 27. Central Michigan is No. 29, and UIC holds onto a spot in the top 30 at No. 30.
Other notable rankings: California is tied with UCLA for No. 6. BYU is No. 11, and West Virginia and Boise State hold steady at No. 14 and No. 15, respectively.
Other notable rankings: Minnesota broke into the top 10 at No. 9, Penn State is No. 11 and Washington is No. 13.
Other notable rankings: UC Davis is No. 8 on beam while Ohio State is No. 10. Stanford is No. 12 on the event, and Southern Utah and Air Force are No. 15 and No. 16, respectively.
Other notable rankings: North Carolina kept up its stellar performance on floor, sitting at No. 7 with Oregon State, Alabama and Georgia. UIC is also No. 17, and Utah State is No. 25.
Individual All Around
|1||Maggie Nichols (OU)||39.700||39.750|
|2||Kyla Ross (UCLA)||39.675||39.700|
|3||MyKayla Skinner (Utah)||39.642||39.700|
|4||Sarah Finnegan (LSU)||39.617||39.700|
|5||Brenna Dowell (OU)||39.587||39.625|
|6||Trinity Thomas (UF)||39.563||39.650|
|7||Anastasia Webb (OU)||39.500||39.500|
|8||Alicia Boren (UF)||39.488||39.575|
Other notable rankings: Stanford’s Kyla Bryant is No. 12, and Auburn’s Derrian Gobourne is No. 15. BYU’s Shannon Hortman Evans is No. 18.
|3||Natalie Wojcik (UM)||9.933||9.975|
|4||Sydney Snead (UGA)||9.925||9.950|
|Jade Degouveia (OU)||9.950|
|7||Felicia Hano (UCLA)||9.900||9.900|
|Kirah Koshinski (WVU)||9.950|
Other notable rankings: California’s Milan Clausi is No. 13 on floor, tied with Utah’s Macey Roberts, LSU’s Sarah FInnegan and Oklahoma’s Nicole Lehrmann.
|Maddie Karr (DU)||9.975|
|Kennedi Edney (LSU)||9.925|
Other notable rankings: Oklahoma’s Karrie Thomas, a transfer from Maryland, is No. 11, tied with Arizona’s Christina Berg, Brenna Dowell (OU) and UCLA’s Margzetta Frazier. Maryland’s Alecia Farina is No. 21.
|1||Katelyn Ohashi (UCLA)||9.938||9.975|
|3||Shani Remme (BSU)||9.925||9.950|
|Lexy Ramler (Minn)||9.950|
|7||Rachel Gowey (UF)||9.912||9.925|
|8||Alyssa Baumann (UF)||9.900||9.900|
Other notable rankings: Southern Utah’s Hannah Nipp is No. 11, and Missouri’s Britney Ward is No. 12. Towson’s Emerson Hurst is No. 13.
|2||Olivia Trautmann (OU)||9.950||9.975|
|3||Gracie Kramer (UCLA)||9.938||9.950|
|Samantha Sakti (W&M)||9.925|
Other notable rankings: Arkansas’ Sophia Carter is No. 12, UNC’s Khazia Hislop is No. 13, tied with Oklahoma’s Maggie Nichols, Denver’s Lynnzee Brown and Oregon State’s Savannah Force.
USAG rankings are derived the same way as overall women’s rankings but include only those teams that are eligible to compete at USAG nationals at the end of the season, teams that are alloted less than seven scholarships. The top eight teams in these rankings qualify to nationals.
NCGA rankings are for those DIII teams, with the exception of Centenary, that are eligible to compete at NCGA nationals at the end of the season.
Men’s rankings are done by average score until about midway through the season.
Article by Elizabeth Grimsley
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