Division II NCAA is misunderstood

College Gym News:

There was a new face at this year’s NCAA regional competition—Lindenwood. It was the team’s first time making it to this illustrious postseason meet, which qualifies only the top 36 teams in the country. …

By finishing at No. 36, the team outranked 26 DI teams. Not to mention, Lindenwood is also only in its seventh year as a program, making it the youngest squad competing in the entire country. …

Her team lost to George Washington in round one of regionals but went on to win its third title at USAG nationals the following weekend. Its final team score at that event was a huge 196.375, which, to put in perspective, is around the average score of No. 13-ranked Auburn. …

Bridgeport, Lindenwood Bring Recognition to Division II


Stanford upsets Oklahoma to win Championships


1. Stanford 415.222
2. Oklahoma 414.556
3. Nebraska 407.489
4. Michigan 406.354
5. Illinois 405.358
6. Penn State 399.725

After 5 of 6 rotations it looked like the Sooners had their 5th title in a row locked up. It goes to show anything can happen in Men’s Gymnastics.

Congratulations STANFORD.

Oklahoma wins Nationals with 198.3375

No question. The Sooners were awesome tonight. A big improvement on the qualification round yesterday.

LSU had a fantastic meet as well to keep the pressure on.

Many felt the judging was poor tonight. But all agree the team ranking is correct.

1. Oklahoma – 198.3375
2. LSU – 197.8250
3. UCLA – 197.5375
4. Denver – 197.0000

Brenna anchored Vault last apparatus for OU. You have to ASSume she was awarded 10.0 on her final routine ever.

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Flippin’ 5K promotes College Gymnastics

While the 2019 NCAA National Championships are all about gymnastics, gymnasts, coaches and fans laced up their running shoes to support a greater cause Saturday morning. Organized to support the Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative, the Flippin’ 5K drew hundreds of fans and even more spectators as participants made the 3.1-mile loop around the arena.

Oregon State and Utah’s full teams lined the course to cheer on runners …

Runners Show up to Support Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative with Flippin’ 5K

Yul’s video – inspiration

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Oklahoma, Illinois, Penn State advance to final 6

Oklahoma 419.191
Illinois 410.324
Penn State 404.287
Iowa 400.390
Ohio State 399.754
Army 383.855

Maggie Nichols is National Champion. Again.

#Legend Maggie Nichols had not competed the AA since January 11th. Yet she defended her National title.

1. Maggie Nichols 39.7125
2. Lexy Ramler 39.6625
2. Kyla Ross 39.6625
4. Sarah Finnegan 39.6500
5. Kennedi Edney 39.6000
6. Lynnzee Brown 39.5750
7. MyKayla Skinner 39.5500
8. Olivia Karas 39.5375
8. Natalie Wojcik 39.5375