Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan … UCLA

If you’ve not yet been following NCAA Gymnastics, catch up here:

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.

Ashleigh Gnat 10.0 Vault

OK. You could deduct this vault. But I’m happy to see the only DTY in the NCAA rewarded. Congratulations Ashleigh.

Click PLAY or watch it on Instagram.

How about this ? by @ash_gnat13?! ?#Perfection #HolyCow ??

A video posted by LSU Gymnastics (@lsugym) on Jan 22, 2016 at 9:09pm PST


Hallie Mossett, Nush recap win over Alabama

“We owned the Beam.”

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UCLA competes against #2 at Florida today.

harder vaults in the NCAA

Now that Yurchenko layout 1/1 is only out of 9.95 maximum, there’s more incentive to compete other vaults.

CalicoIzzy is compiling a list of women competing alternatives.

Yurchenko doubles
Ashleigh Gnat, LSU

Piked front 1/2s
Hunter Price, Oklahoma
Alexis Mattern, Ohio State
Bailey Abernathy, Minnesota

Tsuk fulls or Kasamatsu fulls (1/2s?)
Nina McGee, Denver
Emily Richardson, Cal
Mary Jacobsen, Oregon State

Who’s throwing the harder vaults? And other standout skills

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