NCAA AA Champion 2014?

Balance Beam Situation:

… it’s time to think about the all-around. The NCAA all-around title is a bit like the ugly cousin who is forced to live in the attic and be silent when visitors come around (you know, like you have). No one is really allowed to talk about it or acknowledge caring about it because that might make it seem like they are putting personal goals above the team (THE HORROR!), but the quest for the all-around title is an exciting battle this year that I’m eager to keep an eye on more than I have been in most years …

So, who are the frontrunners?

1. Bridget Sloan – Florida
2. Rheagan Courville – LSU
3. Katherine Grable – Arkansas
4. Kytra Hunter – Florida
5. Georgia Dabritz – Utah
6. Emily Wong – Nebraska
7. Joanna Sampson – Michigan
8. Tory Wilson – Utah
9. Jessie Jordan – LSU
10. Alaina Johnson – Florida
11. Kristina Vaculik – Stanford
12. Jessie DeZiel – Nebraska
13. Lindsay Mable – Minnesota
T14. Caitlin Atkinson – Auburn
T14. Sarah DeMeo – Alabama
16. Brittany Rogers – Georgia

read the fine print on BBS

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#2 Jacob on 02.28.14 at 8:26 pm

I really want Grable or Courville to win! I loved Sloan in elite but in NCAA, not so much. She is very overrated IMO. I also wouldn’t mind seeing Dabritz surprise and take the title.

#3 Marcus on 03.01.14 at 10:07 am

My favorites are Wong and Grable. It’s too bad Grable can’t do a proper bail. She’d have to have the bar routine of her life in prelims to challenge.

#4 NCAA Fan on 03.02.14 at 1:13 pm

Emily Wong! She’s been consistent all 4 years and seems to always have such a great attitude. Her father died last fall and she dedicated her senior season to him. What a great way to honor her dad and cap off an awesome career. She definitely deserves more recognition than she receives.

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