From 2005 to 2008, Schwikert was a member of the UCLA Bruins gymnastics team.
As a freshman, Schwikert won the NCAA National all-around title. At the 2008 NCAA National Championships, she won her second all-around title and placed first on uneven bars, second on floor, and eighth on vault.
… In all, Schwikert is a two-time NCAA all-around champion (2005, 2008), 2008 NCAA bars champion and a 12-time All-American (2005 all-around, vault, bars, beam, floor; 2007 all-around, vault, bars; 2008 all-around, vault, bars, floor).
In 2008, she became the first UCLA gymnast and only the seventh woman ever to win multiple NCAA all-around titles. …
Click through to see the rest of the all-stars: Moneymaker, Bhardwaj, Richardson, Zamarripa, etc.
Miss Val named Coach of the Century.
What’s wrong with being confident? The official 2016 OU women’s gymnastics intro video.
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coming up today Jan 30th – Metroplex Challenge vs LSU, Missouri, Stanford, Washington
related – K.J. Kindler profile – CHOREOGRAPHING A CULTURE
A do-over was allowed after Katelyn’s foot knocked out the Beam end cap.
UCLA freshman Katelyn Ohashi stood tiptoe on the balance beam in Arizona’s McKale Center. With one more dismount, her debut as an all-around competitor in college gymnastics would be complete. …
“The end of the beam came off,” said coach Valorie Kondos Field. “Her foot stepped on that, and (she) had a very scary fall, landing on her neck.” …
Ohashi, though, was quick to stand on her feet again and Kondos Field said afterward that the freshman was uninjured.
The judge panel ruled that the failed dismount was caused by an equipment malfunction and, to ensure fairness of play, Ohashi was allowed another go on the beam.
“I was definitely not expecting that at all,” Ohashi said. “But they asked me if I wanted to do it again. And I was like, yeah, of course.” …
Kondos Field was not enthusiastic about pushing the freshman to the front line. She told Ohashi that she didn’t have to go and that she could also do an easier dismount. But Ohashi refused both offers, insisting on completing a full routine. …
The judges gave Ohashi a 9.825 – a new career best for the freshman. The beam score was added into the individual total of 39.375 that won Ohashi the all-around meet.
Gymnast doesn’t let fall throw game off balance, leads UCLA to win
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The NCAA is super cautious when it comes to medical issues. I’m surprised medical let her back on the Beam so quickly.
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Balance Beam Situation – Week 3 Rankings + Notes
Gymternet – NCAA Week Three Rankings
Is this the year Boise will qualify for Championships?
@GWGymnastics is kicking butt. 🙂 Though they cancelled their last meet due to blizzard, these ladies are currently ranked 11th in the nation.
1 Florida SEC 197.192
2 Oklahoma Big 12 197.094
3 Michigan Big Ten 196.938
4 UCLA Pac 12 196.758
5 Alabama SEC 196.688
6 LSU SEC 196.450
7 Utah Pac 12 196.342
8 Arkansas SEC 196.113
9 Auburn SEC 196.106
10 Boise State MRGC 196.063
11 George Washington EAGL 195.800
12 Stanford Pac 12 195.783
Temple got stuck in snow on the way to that same competition.
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related – Iowa’s Men’s Gymnastics History site
via NCAA MEN’S GYMNASTICS ALUMNI Facebook page
OK. You could deduct this vault. But I’m happy to see the only DTY in the NCAA rewarded. Congratulations Ashleigh.
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