Everyone is thrilled that Sabrina is healthy, happy and an NCCA Freshman at age-21.
Click PLAY or watch her Floor on YouTube.
(via Irish Daniel)
Logan Bradley posted highlights of team’s opening competitions.
If you only have time to read one article a week on College Gymnastics, this is it. 🙂
Denver, Missouri, and Kentucky have made exciting early-year pushes to get themselves into the top 10 ahead of some of the expected contenders—ones that are still counting falls all over the place like Auburn, Michigan, and Georgia. …
Briana Ledesma, Iowa State, Floor – 9.925
A career high for the junior, who peaked at 9.900 last year
Brianna Comport, Bridgeport, Floor – 9.925
Rachel Stypinski, Kent State, Floor – 9.925
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1 Oklahoma 433.200
2 Stanford 418.100
3 Penn State 412.350
4 Illinois 412.150
5 Nebraska 410.600
6 Air Force 407.350
Top 2 AA scores (new Code) so far.
1 Allan Bower 88.750 Oklahoma
2 Akash Modi 87.150 Stanford
Stick it Media has a wrap-up of the beginning of the Men’s season with discussion on new Code – Code-breaking Sooners Open Season With a Romp; 88.75 AA for Bower
Greg Marsden feels OU deserves that rank.
Maggie Nichols and senior Chayse Capps dazzled in the all-around, recording totals of 39.750 and 39.700, respectively. …
Nichols, Lehrmann, Kyla Ross and Peng tied for GOLD on Bars.
“I think this may have been our best Rocky Mountain Open ever. We didn’t count a miss and Allan Bower was simply amazing.”
– Mark Williams
The University of Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team opened its 2017 season with a first-place finish at the 2017 Rocky Mountain Open on the campus of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Saturday. The Sooners posted a team score of 433.200 to claim their 18th straight Rocky Mountain Open title and outpaced second-place Air Force (ranked No. 11) by more than 20 points …
Everyone is adjusting to the new Code of Points. Lower scores.
Click PLAY or watch a 10.0 on Twitter.
Clearly the DTY starts out of 10.25. 🙂
MyKayla Skinner won every event and the all-around in her first college road meet and the No. 5 Utah gymnasts coasted past BYU 196.900-194.175. Skinner, who has nine wins in her first two meets, got plenty of help from her teammates in a win where the Utes got stronger with each ensuing event.