Oklahoma wins Super 6

1. Oklahoma 197.675
2. LSU 197.45
3. Alabama 197.4375
4. Florida 197.35
5. UCLA 196.825
6. Georgia 196.8125

What an incredible Super 6. Beam was awesome.

No team counted a fall. In fact, there were only 2 falls over 144 routines.

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NCAA Vault Champions 2016

1. Brandie Jay (Georgia) 9.9500
1. Katie Bailey (Alabama) 9.9500
3. Ashleigh Gnat (LSU) 9.9250
3. Hollie Blanske (Nebraska) 9.9250

Click PLAY or watch Brandie Jay on YouTube. BOOM!

Click PLAY or watch Katie’s Yurchenko half on YouTube. 🙂

Clearly the NCAA must clarify start scores on Yurchenkos with half twist.

Men’s NCAA Finalists

Ron Noe:

Oklahoma (441.20), Stanford (434.35), Ohio State (433.40), Illinois (432.05), Minnesota (426.40) and Penn State (423.95) advanced to the team finals of the 2016 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships. …

Oklahoma and Stanford Lead Field of Six

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Oklahoma, Alabama, UCLA to Super 6

1. Oklahoma 197.7875
2. Alabama 197.3875
3. UCLA 196.700

4. Cal 195.8500
5. Nebraska 195.7750
6. Utah 195.7625 (Beam did not happen)

Bridget Sloan wins the AA with a 39.700.

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Jesse Glenn wins Nissen-Emery

The Nissen-Emery goes to the best male collegiate gymnast in the United States. The award reflects admirable scholarship and moral characteristics as well as sporting success.

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The other athletes nominated: Kevin Wolting (California), Logan Bradley (Illinois), Jack Boyle (Iowa), Ethan Lottman (Nebraska), Kanji Oyama (Oklahoma), Trevor Howard (Penn State) and Brian Knott (Stanford)

Florida, LSU, Georgia to Super 6


1. Florida 197.4750
2. LSU 197.3375
3. Georgia 196.7250

4. Stanford 195.5750
5. Auburn 195.1000
6. Minnesota 194.9875

Sloan’s 39.700 leads the AA after the first of two sessions.

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