The Dismount: Week Nine

Carol’s judging ways have spread across the country like wildfire this weekend with too many program records, season highs and perfect 10s to count. But, like always, with so much action, we didn’t expect you to catch it all. So we’ve provided you with event winners and scores for every meet, as well as recaps of the top performances.

No. 7 Michigan at No. 1 Oklahoma
Full Results OU: 198.375 UM: 197.175
VT: Nichols, 10.000 UB: Lehrmann, Nichols, 9.95 BB: Nichols, 10.000 FX: Nichols, 9.95 AA: Nichols, 39.9
  • OU posted the highest total in the nation so far in 2018
  • Lauren Farley and Emma McLean returned to their usual lineup spots for UM

The Sooners easily took this meet as expected. Another 198—and the nation’s highest score in 2018—further secures their place in first, distancing them further from the rest of the field. This contest was highlighted by Maggie Nichols’ massive 39.9 all around total, highlighted by perfect 10.000s on vault and beam. Oklahoma seems to have figured out floor, its one lingering question; the Sooners didn’t count a score lower than 9.875 on the event, and prospects there should improve even more once Natalie Brown returns to the lineup. The team’s only slip came on bars, where a fall from AJ Jackson meant counting a 9.825. That was hardly a disaster, though, since the rotation score was still a 49.500. This meet was a big test for the Wolverines, who have been decent but not excellent on the road so far. Having Lauren Farley back on bars and beam and Emma McLean back on floor were certainly boosts, but the entire team performed well, counting no score below a 9.800 across the board. Michigan has another big contest next weekend against Utah in Ann Arbor, and not falling exceedingly far behind Oklahoma in Norman should help boost the Wolverines’ confidence going into that matchup.

No. 2 UCLA, No. 23 Iowa State and No. 37 Kent State at No. 16 Nebraska
Full Results UCLA: 197.5 Neb: 197.175 ISU: 195.575 KSU: 194.7
VT: Houchin, 9.975 UB: Ross, 9.95 BB: Lee, 9.95 FX: Hano, Ohashi, 9.95 AA: Ross, 39.575

It was the matchup we’ve all been waiting for. Not UCLA vs. Utah, not Georgia vs. Alabama, but Chris Brooks vs. Jordyn Wieber. UCLA handled this meet, but Nebraska put up a good fight. Scores started out normal, but got slightly Carol as the meet went on. The Huskers started ahead of UCLA by 0.075 after a strong 49.475 on vault, headlined by Taylor Houchin’s 9.975 in only her second competitive vault since returning from knee surgery. The Bruins took the lead halfway, though, after a hit floor rotation, counting no score lower than a 9.875. The lead narrowed again after UCLA struggled a bit on vault, but the Bruins pulled out the win with an excellent bars rotation. The Huskers were led by three solid all around performances from Abbie Epperson (39.450), Sienna Crouse (39.450) and Megan Schweihofer (39.425). Kent State’s efforts were led by Rachel Stypinski’s 39.250 all around showing and a 49.100 total on floor, but it wasn’t enough to top Iowa State as the Cyclones excelled on bars, counting no score lower than a 9.775.

No. 15 Auburn at No. 3 LSU
Full Results LSU: 198.1 Auburn: 195.625
VT: Hambrick, Edney: 9.9 UB: Edney: 9.975 BB: Macadaeg: 9.95 FX: Finnegan, Hambrick: 10.0 AA: Edney: 39.775
  • LSU won its second regular-season SEC championship with this meet, with a stellar 7-0 conference record, taking home the title both years that it’s been awarded.
  • Sarah Finnegan and Myia Hambrick each earned their first perfect 10.0s on floor.
  • Kennedi Edney earned new career bests on bars (9.975), floor (9.975) and the all around (39.775).
  • Julianna Cannamela debuted a new vault, a Yurchenko 1.5.

The Tiger face-off had a few odd moments but ended as expected, with LSU going lights out on its final rotation and breaking 198 for the third time this season. The home team started out on vault with five out of six vaults starting from a 10.0, as Julianna Cannamela debuted a new Yurchenko one and a half and Ruby Harrold was reintroduced to the lineup. The team had difficulty finding the landings, though, with an uncharacteristic fall from freshman Sarah Edwards. It bounced back on bars for a big 49.550, featuring a career high 9.975 from Kennedi Edney. Beam continued the trend with big scores from Erin Macadaeg (9.950), Edney (9.925) and Christina Desiderio (9.925), all of which either set or tied their personal season or career highs. But the highlight of the night was LSU’s floor rotation, which kicked off after associate head coach Jay Clark had to tear up the floor to fix a bulge in the carpet. Desiderio tied her career high of 9.875, Edney set a new career high of 9.975 and then Sarah Finnegan and Hambrick went back-to-back each with their first perfect 10.0s. On the other side of things, Auburn looked a little ragged from the very beginning, with mistakes from both Taylor Krippner and Samantha Cerio on bars. As the visiting Tigers moved to vault, oddity struck again—a judge’s view was obstructed so she could not see Katie Becker as she was vaulting, though Becker had been given the green flag. She got to repeat the vault at the end of the rotation. Floor was a bit underwhelming as the team didn’t perform quite like it does at home. However, Gracie Day did managed to come up with a stellar 9.875 for her dramatic routine. It all fell apart on beam, though, as Auburn was forced to count a fall after both Emma Slappey and Abby Milliet came off on their series. Auburn had been on track for a potential 196 after the third rotation, but ended up with a 195.625.

No. 5 Florida at No. 20 Missouri
Full Results Miz: 196.925 UF: 196.700
VT: McMurtry 9.925 UB: McMurtry 9.950 BB: McMurtry 9.950 FX: Baumann, Boren 9.925 AA: Boren 39.500
  • Missouri defeated Florida for the first time in program history.
  • Rachel Slocum (UF) was out of lineups due to illness.

In a close race, Missouri upset Florida by defeating the Gators for the first time in program history. Mizzou came close to hitting the 197 mark for the first time this season but settled for a season best instead. Mistakes on floor for Florida allowed Missouri to capitalize on its own floor rotation with a massive 49.375. The Gators faced adversity from the beginning. Last week they lost Kennedy Baker to an Achilles injury, and this week the team had to travel without vault and floor staple Rachel Slocum due to an illness. Senior Alex McMurtry, who has been participating in the all around recently, was rested on floor, leaving three open positions that ultimately allowed Missouri to take the win. Alyssa Baumann and Alicia Boren notched high scores for the team with 9.925s, and Grace McLaughlin earned her own 9.900. But falls from Jazmyn Foberg and Rachel Gowey forced Florida to count a team total of 48.800, giving away a huge lead.

No. 35 North Carolina at No. 6 Alabama
Full Results Ala: 197.525 UNC: 194.925
VT: Guerra, Hislop, Mahoney 9.875 UB: Mahoney 9.925 BB: Guerrero 9.925 FX: Guerra, Guerrero 9.925 AA: Graber 39.500
Any highlights, notes, records broken, injuries, etc. about the meet. This is not the space for the recap.

Alabama came out with the win against North Carolina, earning a new season high along the way. The Crimson Tide was solid throughout the four rotations, but bars and beam were standouts. The Tar Heels hoped to improve and gain consistency on the uneven bars, but mistakes from Madison Nettles and Alexis Allen set the pace for shaky routines, earning a team total of only 47.875. North Carolina jumped back quickly on vault but had its best performance on floor, where scores continued to build, highlighted by Morgan Lane’s and Khazia Hislop’s impressive 9.900s. Alabama’s best rotation of the night was uneven bars. Angelina Giancroce made her season debut in the lineup, earning a career best 9.875, and beam only got better for the Tide as it reintroduced freshman Alonza Klopfer for a 9.825 as Nickie Guerrero closed out with a 9.925. The meet showed that even despite a loss, the Tar Heels can keep up on floor with some of the top-ranked teams in the country; for Alabama, it’s showing fans that injuries and former inconsistencies won’t stop them from staying at the top of the SEC.

No. 24 BYU at No. 8 Oregon State
Full Results OSU: 196.975 BYU: 196.375
VT: Hortman, Davis, Greene 9.850 UB: Minyard, Briscoe, Singley, Colussi-Pelaez 9.875 BB: Miller, Trejo, Davis 9.875 FX: Yanish 9.950 AA: Singley 39.400
  • OSU senior Dani Dessaints did not dress out for the meet but was on the floor with the team.

It was a strong showing from both teams in this Monday night matchup with Oregon State defeating BYU by six tenths. After one, it was BYU with the lead after a solid bar rotation, where each gymnast nailed her handstands and the majority of the lineup stuck its dismounts. Oregon State struggled with landings on vault despite having two 10.0 starts. In the second rotation, BYU was the team that struggled on vault, but the rotation was highlighted by Avery Bennett’s Yurchenko full-on tuck. Oregon State reclaimed the lead after bars, posting four 9.875s even with an error from the typically steady Mary Jacobsen. BYU brought the fire on floor with its cheesy yet fun routines, highlighted by Kyleigh Greenlief’s 9.900 and a team total of 49.350. On beam, the Beavers faltered ever so slightly with a fall from Kaitlyn Yanish. But the back half of the lineup stayed strong with Destinee Davis closing out the rotation strong with a 9.875. In the final rotation, the teams were only separated by 0.175 with BYU moving to beam while Oregon State closed things out on floor, where it’s ranked No. 7 in the country. The Cougars closed out their meet with a pretty stellar beam rotation, sitting six for six—and 24 for 24 overall—to cap a strong competition and second-highest road score this season. The Beavers notched a season high on floor, highlighted by a plethora of career and season highs after Niya Mack’s lead-off miss. Sabrina Gill tallied a 9.900, McKenna Singley and Isis Lowrey 9.925s and Yanish a 9.950 to bring the total to 49.575 and finish the night with a 196.975 team score and the win.

No. 21 Ohio State at No. 9 Kentucky
Full Results UK: 196.850 tOSU: 195.725
VT: Korth 9.875 UB: Korth 9.925 BB: Dukes, Hyland 9.925 FX: Hyland, Korth 9.875 AA: Korth 39.475

Kentucky came out victorious on its senior night while Ohio State ended its win streak after struggling on balance beam. The Wildcats and Buckeyes started the night off by hitting six for six routines each during the first rotation, but Ohio State had a chance to sneak past Kentucky’s slight lead with its landings. Rotation two saw stick after stick on vault for the Buckeyes as Kentucky gave away landings on bars but were ultimately able to hit six for six on an event its struggled on in the past. Kentucky’s Hailey Poland was the first miss of the night when she fell on beam, but routines from Sidney Dukes and Alex Hyland got the team crucial 9.900s and ensured its lead. Ohio State continued with a strong performance on floor with highlights from Janelle McClelland and Stefanie Merkle, but the Buckeyes too had a weak beam rotation, counting a fall from Kaitlynn Hofland and multiple wobbles. Those errors, combined with a fantastic floor rotation from Kentucky, contributed to the win for the Wildcats, who should feel confident with a decent home score but will need to work on their landings to stay in the top four of the SEC and fend off Arkansas for the final spot in the night session of the conference championship.

No. 36 Arizona at No. 10 Arkansas
Full Results Ark.: 197.275 Ariz.: 196.125
VT: Speed 9.875 UB: Speed 9.950 BB: Carter 9.975 FX: Shaffer 9.925 AA: Wellick 39.425
  • Arkansas’ 197.275 is a program record. The total also helped raise the Razorbacks’ RQS to its highest ever.
  • Arizona’s beam total of 49.525 is the highest mark in school history.

Arkansas is having an incredible rise both in the SEC and nationally, as it has continued to break records since January. The Razorbacks were able to defeat Arizona by more than a point as they reached a program record thanks to record-breaking bars and beam scores. In the second rotation, a 49.575 on bars swung itself into the record books as the highest bars score in program history marked by Braie Speed’s career high 9.950, as well as multiple 9.900s that overtook Arizona’s own impressive bars score. Freshman Sophia Carter matched her career high from earlier this season on balance beam with a 9.975. Even with the Wildcats falling to Arkansas, it had its own impressive night. Arizona started strong on bars for a season high and ended in a record-breaking beam rotation that outscored Arkansas with a 49.525, its highest in program history. Ultimately the Wildcats had issues on floor and couldn’t gain the momentum to outscore the Razorbacks, but both teams accomplished program records to contribute to a historic night.

No. 11 Washington at No. 28 Southern Utah
Full Results UW: 197.075 SUU: 196.075
VT: Jozwiakowski 9.900 UB: Riley, Yee 9.925 BB: Roberson, Rose 9.900 FX: Washington 9.900 AA: Jorgensen 39.375
  • SUU’s Megan McBride and Morgan Alfaro went down with injuries.
  • Washington scored a season high.

In Southern Utah’s first meet of the weekend, the team hosted Washington for its senior night. The Thunderbirds ultimately fell to the Huskies by a full point, however Southern Utah did hit 196 for just the third time this season. The Thunderbirds tied for or won three event titles, highlighted by Autumn Jorgensen’s all around win and Molly Jozwiakowski’s 9.900 on vault—a perfect score for the vault she performs, a Tsuk tuck full. Jorgensen narrowly edged out the Huskies’ Evanni Roberson, who had a 39.350. The meet was not without adversity, though. SUU lost sophomore Megan McBride to injury in vault warmups in addition to losing freshman Morgan Alfaro to injury during the meet as well. The team ended up putting up just five gymnasts, including a yurchenko layout. Southern Utah had originally inserted freshman Jiang Braley into the vault lineup, but seeing as she did not warm up, she was scratched. Ultimately, the Huskies held off the Thunderbirds on their way to a new season high of 197.075. Despite not having its best vault rotation, Washington continued to show its beam prowess, which garnered a 49.375, tying for the team’s top event score with bars.

No. 28 Southern Utah at No. 12 Denver
Full Results DU: 197.300 SUU: 194.900
VT: Karr 9.9 UB: Karr 9.95 BB: Karr 9.95 FX: Karr 9.925 AA: Karr 39.725
  • DU tied its third highest team score in program history.
  • DU freshman Lynnzee Brown returned to the beam lineup.
  • Maddie Karr’s 39.725 all around score matches the third best in program history.
  • DU’s 49.425 on beam matches the third highest team beam score in program history.

The Pioneers hosted the Thunderbirds for a Monday evening senior meet. Southern Utah got off to a rocky start on bars after Madison McBride and Autumn Jorgensen had breaks in their respective routines. Vault and floor were solid but not great for the team, and it also had a bit of a balance beam situation once again. The team, however, did get a 9.875 from Karen Gonzalez and a 9.925 from Hannah Nipp on the apparatus—the team’s sole 9.900+ of the night. The Pioneers, meanwhile, had one of their best meets of the season. The Pios broke 197 for the first time this season en route to a victory and the third-highest team total in program history. Despite having a miss from Emily Glynn on bars, the team came back and hit the rest of its routines. The real star of the night for the team was Maddie Karr, who scored a 9.900 or better on every event to win every event title and the all around with a 39.725. The team also welcomed freshman Lynnzee Brown back into the beam lineup—a welcome addition. Since she went down with an injury, that lineup has been fairly shaky, something that changed upon Brown’s return. She is still not back on her best events, but bars and beam are better than nothing as she eases her way back from injury. Senior Nikole Addison closed the meet with a dynamic floor routine to close out her home career, scoring a 9.9. Ultimately, the Pioneers ran away with this meet, winning by more than a two point margin.

No. 13 Arizona State at No. 25 Minnesota
Full Results Minn.: 196.675 ASU: 196.525
VT: Ramler, 9.85 UB: Lu, 9.95 BB: Ramler, 9.95 FX: Gardner, Ramler, Williams, 9.9 AA: Ramler, 39.375
  • Minnesota set a new attendance record with 3,112 fans present.
  • Ona Loper (Minn) did not compete, and the team announced she will miss the remainder of the season.
  • Cairo Leonard-Baker (ASU) did not compete on floor.

This matchup was everything we wanted it to be. Full of gorgeous performances from both teams, it came down to the last few performances. Minnesota started out trailing ASU after a tough vault rotation; the Gophers felt the loss of Ona Loper—who is out the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury. Abby DeMuse anchored with a Yurchenko layout, and Minnesota did not put up any 10.000 start values (Loper was the only Yurchenko 1.5 in that lineup). ASU started out with a solid performance on bars, led by Ashley Szafranzki’s long, pretty lines. Minnesota bounced back in the second rotation, and vault scoring proved to be stringent for both teams as the Sun Devils also put up a lower than usual total. Both of the seniors in the lineup, Hannah Hitchcock and Rachel Rowland, hit back to back career-highs, which brought the Gophers’ energy up and propelled them through the rotation. There were questions about Lexy Ramler’s 9.675 after a lovely set, but according to those in attendance, she hit her feet on the low bar on her van Leeuwen, a 0.3 deduction. Halfway through, ASU’s lead shrunk to 0.025. Minnesota’s beam rotation was strong from start to finish, though an unusually wobbly set from Ivy Lu meant her 9.600 was the Gophers’ dropped score. Mary Korlin-Downs, who is working back from knee surgery, performed a gorgeous routine and had her best hit of the season for a 9.850, and Ramler’s difficulty and lines notched her a 9.950 to lead the way. On floor, ASU rested Cairo Leonard-Baker and felt the loss of her typical high score, especially with Nichelle Christopherson still out with an ankle injury. That said, the Sun Devils didn’t count a score below 9.800. Moving into the last rotation, ASU’s lead grew slightly, to 0.05. The Sun Devils put up a nice beam rotation, headlined by Justine Callis’ creative and lovely routine for a 9.850. It was not quite enough, though, as the Gophers ended their floor rotation with three straight 9.900s, just enough to pull ahead of the Sun Devils for a senior night win. Both of these teams continue having excellent seasons and could be dangerous spoilers in the postseason picture.

No. 55 Sacramento State at No. 14 Boise State
Full Results BSU: 196.725 Sac St: 193.450
VT: Means 9.875 UB: McGregor 9.900 BB: Means, Co. Soliwoda 9.875 FX: Remme 9.925 AA: Remme 39.450
  • Boise State had a season high attendance record on its senior night.

Boise State had no issues winning this meet against Sacramento State. The Hornets are still suffering from the loss of Lauren Rice earlier in the season, and despite their best efforts in the second half of the meet, the team failed to hit even 194 after a rough first half. The highlight of the meet for the Hornets was Courtney Soliwoda on beam, who tied Boise State’s Sarah Means for the event title. She had two of the team’s four scores over 9.800, with the other two coming from her sister Caitlin and Annie Juarez. The real stars of this meet, however, were the Broncos. The team scored its second highest mark of the season with a 196.725, thanks in part to Shani Remme’s all around win and 9.900 on floor. The Broncos also received 9.900s from Ann Stockwell and Courtney McGregor on floor and bars, respectively.

Elevate the Stage with No. 16 Nebraska, No. 17 Georgia, No. 26 Stanford and No. 33 Illinois
Full Results Neb.: 196.700 Stan.: 195.925 Illi.: 195.900 UGA: 195.825
VT: Price 9.900 UB: Price 9.950 BB: Dickson, Snead 9.925 FX: Vega 9.975 AA: Price 39.650

This meet was Nebraska’s from start to finish. The only team with no major errors, the Huskers put up their highest road score so far, which will be crucial to their RQS ranking as they’ll be able to drop a 195.550 from earlier in the year. Kynsee Roby made her all around debut and also hit bars and beam after a couple of inconsistent weeks. Additionally, Taylor Houchin made her vault season debut for a 9.875. Having her big Yurchenko one and a half back in the lineup is key. Houchin also exhibitioned beam; as expected, having Houchin and Roby coming back to full strength late is going to provide Nebraska a boost moving toward the postseason. Stanford also had a decent showing, though some 9.600 and 9.700 performances on beam and floor held the Cardinal under 196. Elizabeth Price remains Stanford’s saving grace, and a huge performance here led the team on every event. Illinois, stunning Georgia and coming close to knocking off Stanford, will be thrilled with what was the team’s second best score this season and a much-needed away total that will replace a 195.100. Rae Balthazor had her season best all around performance and led the team on vault, bars and floor. With no 10.000 starts and a habit of hopping, vault continues to the Illini’s biggest problem and the event holding them back from 196s in otherwise hit meets. Georgia is the team that will be least pleased with its total. The Gymdogs’ main issue was depth on vault. With only five up, Sydney Snead sitting her Yurchenko one and half was the difference between finishing fourth and second in the competition. Rachel Dickson led the team on vault, bars and beam while Sabrina Vega’s 9.975 floor was Georgia’s highlight. This away total does allow the Gymdogs to drop a 194 from their RQS, which is a win, albeit a bittersweet one.

No. 29 Central Michigan at No. 18 California
Full Results Cal: 196.925 CMU: 193.525
VT: Williams 9.925 UB: Schank, Williams 9.925 BB: Seilnacht 9.925 FX: George, Robinson, Seilnacht, Williams 9.825 AA: Williams 39.550
No. 32 Maryland, No. 46 Towson and No. 51 Rutgers  at No. 19 George Washington
Full Results GWU: 196.825 UMD: 195.825 Towson: 195.250 RU: 193.550
VT: Drouin-Allaire 9.925 UB: Drouin-Allaire, Peterman 9.900 BB: Pfeiler 9.900 FX: Barber, Drouin-Allaire 9.900 AA: Drouin-Allaire 39.600
  • GWU’s Cami Drouin-Allaire posted the second best all around score in program history.
No. 46 Towson and No. 51 Rutgers at No. 19 George Washington
Full Results GWU: 196.300 Towson: 196.250 RU: 193.825
VT: Winstanley 9.925 UB: McKellar 9.925 BB: Drouin-Allaire, Zois 9.875 FX: Drouin-Allaire 9.925 AA: Drouin-Allaire 39.525
  • Towson posted its best team score since 2015.
  • Cami Drouin-Allaire competed a double-twisting Yurchenko for the first time.
No. 34 New Hampshire at No. 22 N.C. State
Full Results NCSU: 196.075 UNH: 195.650
VT: Knight 9.875 UB: Knight, Mulligan 9.875 BB: Knight 9.925 FX: Itcush, Knight 9.850 AA: Knight 39.525
No. 24 BYU at No. 38 Utah State
Full Results BYU: 196.200 USU: 196.100
VT: Leary 9.900 UB: Hawes 9.925 BB: Trejo 9.900 FX: Ward 9.875 AA: Hortman 39.000
No. 27 Penn State, No. 47 Temple and No. 31 West Virginia at No. 44 Pittsburgh
Full Results PSU: 196.650 Pitt: 196.475 WVU: 196.075 Temple: 194.250
VT: Bernard, Bridgens 9.925 UB: Bridgens 9.925 BB: Brechwald, Tsang 9.875 FX: Tsang 9.925 AA: Tsang 39.500
No. 57 Air Force, No. 29 Central Michigan and No. 66 Seattle Pacific at No. 48 San Jose State
Full Results SJSU: 195.050 CMU: 194.625 USAFA: 194.500 SPU: 193.225
VT: Chan 9.875 UB: Salamone 9.900 BB: Clements 9.900 FX: Chan 9.900 AA: Plaksa 39.050
  • Anna Salamone (USAFA) recorded the highest bars score in 15 years.
No. 30 Iowa at No. 53 Texas Woman’s
Full Results TWU: 195.575 Iowa: 195.525
VT: Lazarus 9.875 UB: Zurawski 9.875 BB: Chow, Kelly 9.875 FX: Jones, Snyder 9.875 AA: Jones 39.175
No. 61 SEMO at No. 30 Iowa
Full Results Iowa: 195.500 SEMO: 192.750
VT: Ortiz 9.800 UB: Sullivan 9.900 BB: Youd 9.875 FX: Snyder, Zurawski 9.925 AA: Sullivan 38.600
No. 59 Penn and No. 56 Yale at No. 32 Maryland
Full Results UMD: 195.050 Yale: 192.900 Penn: 192.175
VT: Barber 9.825 UB: Barber 9.900 BB: Agaran, Firmstone 9.700 FX: Barber 9.875 AA: Barber 39.275
No. 41 Bowling Green and No. 50 Lindenwood at No. 33 Illinois
Full Results Ill.: 196.700 LU: 195.625 BGSU: 195.325
VT: Sokolowski, 9.875 UB: Balthazor, 9.95 BB: Hodan, 9.95 FX: Biondi, Howell, 9.9 AA: Biondi, 39.425
  • Lindenwood posted the highest DII or USAG score so far in 2018.
  • Lindenwood’s overall score is its highest regular season score in program history.
No. 49 Western Michigan at No. 39 Northern Illinois
Full Results NIU: 195.725 WMU: 194.400
VT: Lamberti 9.825 UB: Prentice, Potts, Richardson 9.850 BB: Hoy 9.850 FX: Martucci 9.975 AA: Potts 39.275
No. 42 Eastern Michigan at No. 40 Ball State
Full Results EMU: 194.225 Ball St.: 191.950
VT: MacDonald 9.900 UB: Valentin 9.850 BB: Marino, Valentin 9.825 FX: Rondeau 9.850 AA: Rondeau 38.525
No. 57 Air Force at No. 43 UC Davis
Full Results UCD: 196.350 USAFA: 194.050
VT: Hebert, Salamone 9.850 UB: Hebert, Landess 9.850 BB: Brown 9.900 FX: Hebert 9.950 AA: Hebert 39.525
  • Kelley Hebert (UCD) set a school record and conference for highest individual all around total.
No. 45 Michigan State at No. 54 UIC
Full Results MSU: 194.275 UIC: 194.075
VT: Baddeley, Hendershot, Maxim, Northern 9.800 UB: Westney 9.825 BB: Mitchell, Westney 9.825 FX: Northern 9.875 AA: Northern 39.050
No. 52 Bridgeport, No. 67 Brockport and No. 65 Southern Connecticut at No. 63 Brown
Full Results UB: 194.800 Brown: 193.150 SCSU: 192.050 Brockport St.: 190.975
VT: Mager 9.775 UB: Doran 9.900 BB: Doran 9.800 FX: Reimers 9.875 AA: Doran 38.975
No. 62 West Chester at No. 58 William & Mary
Full Results W&M: 195.100 WCU: 193.450
VT: Waldman 9.825 UB: Pakshong, Waldman 9.875 BB: White 9.800 FX: Brent, Kerr, Meakim, Waldman 9.825 AA: Waldman 39.300
  • William & Mary’s 49.125 event total on the uneven bars is a school record.
No. 72 Springfield at No. 60 Cornell
Full Results Cornell: 192.950 Springfield: 187.050
VT: Herczeg 9.775 UB: Kurfirst 9.700 BB: Shen 9.825 FX: Henry 9.925 AA: Shen 38.975
  • Samantha Henry (Cornell) matched a 14-year-old program record on floor.
  • Springfield’s 47.975 on vault is the highest vault total in program history.
No. 72 Centenary at No. 64 Illinois State
Full Results Ill St: 193.600 Centenary: 191.075
VT: Cooke 9.825 UB: Marema 9.825 BB: Cooke, Harris 9.775 FX: Cooke 9.900 AA: Cooke 39.250
WIAC Championship/NCGA West Regional with No. 81 Gustavus Adolphus, No. 79 Hamline, No. 78 UW-Eau Claire, No. 69 UW-La Crosse, No. 76 UW-Stout, No. 71 UW-Whitewater and No. 77 Winona State
Full Results UW-LC: 191.875 UW-W: 191.725 Hamline: 189.700 UW-EC: 187.775
GA: 185.725 Winona St.: 184.900 UW-O: 184.700 UW-S: 183.825
VT: Payne 9.800 UB: Kachinsky 9.800 BB: Hutton 9.750 FX: Mierow, Tribbett 9.750 AA: Wiekamp 38.425
No. 70 Ithaca at No. 75 Cortland
Full Results Ithaca: 191.400 Cortland St.: 190.725
VT: Nichols 9.800 UB: McConnell 9.725 BB: Holcomb 9.825 FX: Gery 9.825 AA: N/A
  • Ithaca’s 191.400 is the highest score in program history.
  • Katie Holcomb (Ithaca) recorded the highest beam score in program history.
  • Carolyn Nichols (Ithaca) recorded the highest vault score in program history, beating a score she previously set.
No. 82 Rhode Island at No. 74 Ursinus
Full Results Ursinus: 187.300 RIC: 181.150
VT: LaFountain, Puryear 9.400 UB: Palladino 9.600 BB: Palladino 9.675 FX: LaFountain 9.675 AA: Murphy 37.225
  • Miranda Murphy (RIC) recorded the best beam score in program history with a 9.600.

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