After Week 1’s exciting start to the 2023 season, Week 2 was no less thrilling with the trio of Salt Lake City quads, a number of tight duals and broken records scattered everywhere. Catch up on everything you might have missed—or relive your favorite moments—with superlatives, results, recaps and more below.
West Virginia held an ’80s meet Friday night for its tri against Kent State and Maryland. And while the Golden Flashes showed out with their crushed velvet leos, we have to give props to Mountaineer head coach Jason Butts’ red and black pleather jacket and mirror shades.
Anchored for her teammate and recorded a new career high 💜— LSU Gymnastics (@LSUgym) January 14, 2023
Elena Arenas, 9.925
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Elena Arenas was added to the beam lineup after Kiya Johnson was injured on floor in the previous rotation. Then, she watched Bryce Wilson take a scary fall in the middle of the lineup. Despite all of that, she competed a beautiful routine for a career high 9.925.
Hottest Start to the Season
48.300 for @UWOGymnastics on vault is their 3rd highest score all-time.— Drew Porche (@TalentStats) January 14, 2023
48.025 on bars is 6th best.
192.425 total is second best in program history.
The reigning NCGA champs picked up right where they left off in 2022, posting a huge number in both meets so far this season, including a program record floor total on Saturday. Big things are in store for the Titans in 2023!
With the Wasatch Classic in Utah’s backyard, some of the Red Rocks gymnasts took in the action before doing an autograph session for fans in attendance. Maile O’Keefe was especially pumped when featured on the jumbotron’s dance cam.
There were six perfect 10s scored Week 2, from multiple meets and gymnasts across the country. But which was the most perfect perfect 10? Our vote goes to Trinity Thomas on floor—her fifth in a row on the event dating back to last season.
Click and expand the events below to see results from each meet, as well as individual career highs and team program records.
LIU, Penn and Southern Connecticut at Penn State
LSU at Kentucky
Kent State and Maryland at West Virginia
Georgia at Missouri
UW-La Crosse and UW-Stout at Winona State
Denver and Fisk at Michigan
Auburn at Florida
Lindenwood at Illinois State
Alabama at Arkansas
Eastern Michigan and UC Davis at Arizona State
Best of Utah
West Chester at Alaska
Ball State, Towson and UW-Oshkosh at Rutgers
UW-Whitewater at Gustavus Adolphus
Centenary and Greenville at SEMO
San Jose State at Stanford
Michigan State at N.C. State
Bowling Green, Illinois and Texas Woman’s at Arizona
Wasatch Classic Afternoon Session
Chow’s Winter Classic (Des Moines, Iowa)
Wasatch Classic Evening Session
Ursinus at Cortland
Bridgeport and Springfield at Rhode Island College
Cornell, Nebraska and William & Mary at George Washington
Brown at Yale
Central Michigan and Temple at New Hampshire
Western Michigan at Illinois State
Brockport at Ithaca
West Chester at Alaska
Fisk, Ohio State and Rutgers at Georgia
Oklahoma at LSU
San Jose State at Air Force
Around the Gymternet
Interested in a more in-depth breakdown of how the USAG and NCGA teams performed this week? Check out recaps and results in our other respective Dismounts.
Article by the editors of College Gym News
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