This was a thriller.
Third-seeded Stanford posted a 196.525 team score, finishing tied for first with Auburn in a tough Ann Arbor regional. With the score, Stanford will head to NCAA Championships for the ninth time in the past 10 years. The Cardinal put together a bars rotation that scored a 49.500, a feat hard to achieve with a four-judge scoring panel. …
1, Stanford 196.525
2, Auburn 196.525
3, Michigan 196.475
4, Eastern Michigan 196.250
Michigan put on an incredible last apparatus run – a team record 49.675 on Bars – to fall just short.
But Eastern Michigan University was even more impressive in their first Regional Championships ever. There was every chance they could have qualified to Championships. 🙂 Congratulations to coach Jay Santos.
Ohio State 194.775
Coach D-D Breaux’s team easily claimed the title when it surpassed the 197 mark for the sixth consecutive meet and the seventh time in the past eight competitions.
Georgia earned the other spot at nationals with a 196.850 and will join LSU in Semifinal I at 1 p.m. April 15 in the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center. …
When Rheagan Courville finished her College career, I thought LSU’s best chance to win a team championship was over. I was wrong. 🙂
Watch a LSU highlights VIDEO.
1. Zach Liebler (Minnesota)
2. Akash Modi (Stanford).
3. Colin Van Wicklen (Oklahoma)
1. Brandon Ngai (Illinois)
2. Timmy Wang (Air Force)
3. Alec Yoder (Ohio State)
Click PLAY or watch Alec’s Pommels on YouTube. Team USA could use this routine.
1. Sean Melton (Ohio State)
2. Alex Diab (Illinois)
3. Thao Hoang (Oklahoma)
Click PLAY or watch Sean’s Rings on YouTube.
1. Anthony McCallum (Michigan)
2. Yaro Pochinka (Minnesota)
3. Taylor Seaton (Stanford)
1. Yul Moldauer (Oklahoma)
2. Sean Melton (Ohio State)
3. Dennis Zaremski (Stanford)
Click PLAY or watch Yul’s P Bars on YouTube.
1. Chase Cannon (Air Force)
2. Jesse Glenn (Army)
3. Andrew Rickly (Ohio State)
1. Akash Modi (Stanford)
2. Allan Bower (Oklahoma)
3. Kevin Wolting (Cal)
Allan’s had a great season. Click PLAY or watch his Vault on YouTube.
full men’s rankings
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Watch her hand placement on the table.
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
… The national event will be held on April 8-10 at Hyland Arena in St. Charles, Mo.
The teams that earned a spot in the nationals were Bridgeport, Lindenwood, Brown, Seattle Pacific, Cornell, Texas Woman’s, Yale, and Air Force. Individuals from Pennsylvania, West Chester, Southern Connecticut, and Centenary will also be in action throughout the weekend.
The national championship event will begin on Friday, April 8, with the team semifinals. …
Bridgeport enters the competition as the top seed after finishing with a regional-qualifying score (RQS) of 194.575. The Purple Knights, which won the ECAC Division II Championship, captured the USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate Team Championship for six straight seasons from 2009-2014.
Lindenwood, the host school, is the defending national champions after capturing the title last year in just its third year as a program …