It’s got nothing to do with the Heisman. The Honda is better. 😀
Maggie is absolutely one of the greatest College gymnasts all time.
Oklahoma junior and 2019 NCAA team, vault and all-around champion Maggie Nichols was named the Honda Sport Award winner for Gymnastics, the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) announced Tuesday. …
“It is such an honor and truly a blessing to receive this award,” Nichols said. “Being one of the three athletes in OU history to ever receive this award is truly incredible. I also want to congratulate Brenna Dowell, Sarah Finnegan and Kyla Ross on being nominated this year as they are all incredible athletes.
Nichols was chosen by a vote of administrators from over 1,000 NCAA member schools. …
“Courtney’s background as an Olympic silver medalist and NCAA champion led her into a career in choreography, where she has excelled not only at the college level, but at clinics and camps around the country.”
Both were chosen to represent the USA following their performances at the recent NCAA National Collegiate Men’s Championships. This summer’s Games mark the event’s 30th edition, which has 18 sports. …
Participation in men’s gymnastics at the World University Games is a joint effort between the College Gymnastics Association, USA Gymnastics and the NCAA member institutions.
The World University Games is a multisport event held every two years.
Participants must be born between January 1, 1994, and December 31, 2001; have taken at least one three-credit course towards a degree or diploma within the last year before the games; and the athlete must be “progressing towards a degree.”
To clear up any confusion- Kohei and Kenzo could both still qualify for the Worlds team, as due to their EF medals in Doha they have automatic qualification to All-Japan EFs on those events. The team will be top 3 AA at NHK + 2 selected after the apparatus finals