Florida, N.C. State and Washington at Texas Woman’s


Full Results Florida: 198.175 Washington: 196.625 N.C. State: 196.350 Texas Woman’s: 195.575
VT: Blakely 9.975 UB: Wong 9.950
BB: McCusker, Davis 9.950 FX: Thomas 9.975 AA: Wong 39.650

The Big Storyline: For Florida, it was mission accomplished. The Gators had a strong meet that put them back on track heading into the rest of the season. Washington and N.C. State battled as was predicated and were neck and neck after the first three rotations before Washington was able to pull away with a strong bar rotation. 

Implications: Florida moved back ahead of UCLA and will like its position heading into the SEC championship. N.C. State has clinched a regionals birth along with Washington, and both will be hoping to put themselves in a position not to compete in the play-in round.

Controversies: The sound system was on the struggle bus in the first rotation, actually resulting in Alexis Ortega of N.C. State getting a second shot at her floor routine at the end of the rotation.


Current Rankings: No. 3 Florida, No. 27 N.C. State and No. 25 Washington at No. 56 Texas Woman’s

Why You Should Make Time to Tune in: All eyes will be on the Gators, who’ve lost a bit of momentum in recent weeks. They should have no trouble securing the win, but coming away with an away score that will boost their NQS could present more of a challenge. There’s also an interesting battle shaping up between the Wolf Pack and the Huskies, who are neck and neck in the national rankings with regionals selection looming.

Need More Proof? There’s no shortage of stars at this meet, but don’t ignore the Pioneers: The reigning USAG champions are more than capable of big scores when they hit and have set back-to-back season highs. This Texas Woman’s team is more than capable of keeping things interesting, especially at home on senior night.

The event is finished.


Mar 12 2023


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