The Dismount: Week 11

It was a long day full of gymnastics with a wide range of results and scores from all over the country. Florida won the SEC Championship after a controversial finish, UCLA held off a rallying Utah team to win its 17th Pac-12 title. Oklahoma ran away with the Big 12 title and Pittsburgh picked up its first-ever EAGL Championship victory. To catch up on everything you might have missed while trying to watch 16 things at once, we’ve got recaps, team totals and individual event winners and full results for every meet that happened this weekend.

Big 10 Championships: Session One Full Results | Session Two Full Results
Michigan: 197.125 | Nebraska: 196.900 | Minnesota 196.575 | Penn State: 196.150 | Ohio State, Iowa: 195.875 | Michigan State: 195.475 | Illinois: 195.175 | Rutgers: 194.775 | Maryland: 194.025
VT: Blanski 9.975 | UB: K. Brown, B. Brown 9.95 | BB: Mable, Artz, Williams 9.925 | FX: Artz 9.975 | AA:Mable 39.650
After a lackluster performance at the Big Five meet last weekend and barely making the second session, Michigan rebounded this weekend, winning its 22nd conference title. Nicole Artz also earned some redemption after a not-so-great competition a week ago. The junior won both beam and floor with a 9.925 and 9.975, respectively. Nebraska’s Grace Williams and Minnesota’s Lindsay Mable also tied Artz for the beam title. Mable picked up the all around while she was at it as well as the Big 10 Gymnast of the Year Award. Michigan freshman won Freshman of the


Year and Gopher head coach Jenny Hansen won Coach of the Year. Minnesota ended up in third with Nebraska coming in right behind Michigan. Husker Hollie Blanske won vault with a near-perfect 9.975 and Penn State’s Kiera Brown and Michigan’s Brianna Brown tied for the bars title with 9.95s. Iowa won the first session with a score that was good enough for a tie for fifth overall with Ohio State.
Big 12 Championship: Full Results
Oklahoma: 198.050 | Denver: 196.725 | West Virginia 195.925 | 195.350
VT: Kmieciak, Jackson 9.925 | UB: Kmieciak 10.0 | BB: Brown, Capps 9.95 | FX: Scaman, McGee 9.95 | AA: Capps 39.600
With a record in a Big 12 Championship, Oklahoma picked up yet another win and yet another 198 over conference newcomer Denver, West Virginia and Iowa State. Sooner Keeley Kmieciak picked up her first career perfect 10, coming on the uneven bars. Oklahoma went over 49.600 on beam, including 9.95s from Natalie Brown and Chayse Capps. Capps went on to win the all around and share the Big 12 Gymnast of the Year title with Nina McGee who shared the floor title with Haley Scaman after posting a 9.95. West Virginia finished in third and freshman Kirah Koshinski was awarded Big 12 Newcomer of the Year after the conclusion of the competition. Oklahoma’s McKenzie Wofford also earned an award, winning Big 12 Specialist of the Year. Sooner head coach KJ Kindler picked up her 10th Coach of the Year award as well. Iowa State rounded out the competition in fourth, unfortunately, not earning the score it needed to advance to regionals.​


SEC Championships: Session One Full Results | Session Two Full Results
Florida: 197.775 | Alabama: 197.750 | SU: 197.500 | Auburn: 196.975 | Georgia: 196.850 | Arkansas 196.500 | Kentucky 196.250 | Missouri 195.750
VT: Baker, Brannan, Jay 9.95 | UB: Winston, Bailey 9.95 | BB: McMurtry 9.95 | FX: Gnat 10.0 | AA: Baker 39.650
In a somewhat controversial ending, Florida picked up its first SEC Championship title since 2013 and gave first-year head coach Jenny Rowland her first conference title. With one routine left in the competition, Alabama led Florida overall. Bridgette Caquatto needed a 9.85 to tie the Crimson Tide. But after a couple minor errors during her floor routine, the score was in doubt. But after taking more than five minutes to announce the final standings, the Gators took the title by the smallest of margins after Caquatto was awarded a 9.875. LSU posted a respectable


197.500 to finish in third. Auburn, Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri all scored their highest totals at an SEC Championship in program history, and Georgia finished in fifth after small errors on bars and beam. But Brandie Jay was the bright spot for the Gymdogs, winning a share of the vault title, finishing third in the all around in her first season competing all four events and earned All-SEC honors on all four events and the all around.
Pac-12 Championships: Session One Full Results | Session Two Full Results
UCLA: 197.250 | Oregon State, Utah: 196.925 | California: 196.725 | Stanford: 196.125 | Arizona: 195.525 | Washington: 195.300 | Arizona State: 191.725
VT: Hughes 9.975 | UB: Honest, Price, Duranczyk 9.9 | BB: Rowe, Francis, Perez, Gardiner 9.95 | FX: Lewis, Williams 9.925 | AA: Hughes 39.550
For the 17th time, UCLA won the conference championship with a 197.250. Oregon State finished the meet in second after a consistent performance throughout. The Beavers tied Utah for second after a score change brought the Red Rocks up from third. Utah was the front-runner coming in but had two falls in the very first rotation beam and had to fight its way back the entire meet. Cal rounded out the top four with a 196.725. Despite the disappointing third-place finish, Red Rock senior Breanna Hughes won vault and the all round with a 9.975 and 39.550, respectively. Stanford’s Elizabeth Price, who competed in the first session of the day, shared the bars win with Washington’s Kaitlyn Duranczyk and UCLA’s Janay Honest. A handful of gymnasts won beam with 9.95s. Utah’s Baely Rowe, UCLA’s Danusia Francis and Oregon State’s Risa Perez and Maddie Gardiner all hit the mark to become individual champions. Utah’s Tiffani lewis and Cal’s Toni-Ann Williams rounded out the winners with the top score on floor.


Mountain Rim Conference Championship: Full Results
Boise State: 197.025 | Southern Utah: 196.575 | BYU: 196.100 | Utah State: 195.875
VT: Halliday, To, Bennion, Stockwell, Ramirez 9.85 | UB: Jacobsen 9.975 | BB: Ramirez 9.875 | FX: Collantes, Krentz 9.95 | AA: Ramirez, McIntire 39.425EAGL Championship: Full Results
Pittsburgh: 195.675 | New Hampshire: 195.525 | George Washington: 195.350 | North Carolina 194.975 | North Carolina State: 194.500 | Towson: 193.875
VT: Winstanley 9.9 | UB: Zois, Dotson 9.85 | BB: Offutt 9.95 | FX: Sharif 9.925 | AA: Offutt 39.525

MAC Championship: Full Results
Eastern Michigan: 196.425 | Ball State: 195.650 | Bowling Green: 195.625 | Central Michigan: 195.600 | Kent State: 195.325 | Northern Illinois: 194.975 | Western Michigan: 194.900
VT: Christian 9.9 | UB: Valentin, Kaplan, Lamphere 9.9 | BB: Mitchell 9.925 | FX: Christian 9.95 | AA: Feely 39.300

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship: Full Results
Sac State: 196.300 | UC Davis: 195.300 | San Jose: 194.375 | Seattle-Pacific: 193.000 | Alaska: 192.950 | Air Force: 191.450
VT: McCartney 9.9 | UB: A. Brown 9.825 | BB: McCartney, Rice, Harger 9.85 | FX: Stamates 9.925 | AA: McCartney 39.450

MIC Championship: Full Results
Lindenwood: 194.925 | SEMO: 194.375 | | Texas Woman’s: 193.325 | Illinois State: 192.825 | Illinois-Chicago: 191.625 | Centenary: 188.825
VT: Brawner, S. Jones 9.825 | UB: Tucker 9.85 | BB: Mohler 9.9 | FX: M. Jones 9.925 | AA: S. Jones 39.075

ECAC Championship: Full Results
Cornell: 193.925 | William & Mary, Brown: 193.550 | Penn: 193.050 | Temple: 192.525 | Yale: 192.150
VT: Stover 9.85 | UB: Shenberger, Winkelman, Green 9.825 | BB: Stover, Dudley 9.875 | FX: Odom, Kerr 9.825 | AA: Stover 39.175

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