Women's Gymnastics Finishes Eighth at the NCAA Championships
April 19, 2001
ATHENS, Georgia - Freshmen Lindsay Wing and Lise Lï¿½veillï¿½ will compete on Saturday in the beam and floor event finals, respectively. Wing finished with a 9.925 on beam - good for second place, while Lï¿½veillï¿½ tied for second on floor with a 9.900.
Wing finished with a 39.275 to finish second in the All-Around to earn First Team All-America honors. Her second place finish on beam also earned her First Team All-America honors, while her tie for seventh on floor (9.875) is good for Second Team All-America honors.
Lï¿½veillï¿½ also earned First Team All-America honors after finishing in a tie for second on floor, while Jen Exaltacion snagged Second Team All-America honors as she tied for seventh on beam (9.850).
Stanford finished in fourth place in the second session of the day, with a 195.400.Georgia, Utah and Nebraska qualified for the team finals on Friday, while earlier today in Session I, UCLA (197.625), Michigan (196.525) and Alabama (196.375) also qualified to advance to the Super Six.
Individual event finals will be held on Saturday, April 21 at 7 p.m. (ET).
2001 NCAA Women's Gymnastics ChampionshipsAthens, GeorgiaApril 19, 2001, Session IITeam Scores and Stanford Results
Team Vault Bars Beam Floor TotalGeorgia 49.400 49.075 49.175 49.450 197.100Utah 48.875 48.975 49.425 49.300 196.575Nebraska 48.800 49.200 49.050 49.150 196.200STANFORD 48.825 48.675 48.725 49.175 195.400Arizona St. 48.900 48.525 48.300 49.050 194.775Denver 48.425 48.325 48.375 48.500 193.625