NCAA Women's Gymnastics Regionals Results
Beavers Win Regional Title Advance to NCAA Championships
The No. 3 Oregon State gymnastics' team, led by junior Leslie Mak's three individual titles including all-around, earned its sixth straight berth to the NCAA Championships by taking the Corvallis Regional with a team score of 197.025 on Saturday evening in front of a crowd of 5,033 at Gill Coliseum.
UCLA Wins NCAA Athens Regional To Advance To NCAA Championships
Athens, GA - Defending NCAA Champion UCLA won the NCAA Athens Regional on Saturday afternoon, advancing to the NCAA Championships in Cleveland Apr. 15-17. The Bruins dominated the competition, winning with a score of 197.425 and scoring 49.4 or better on three events. Host team Georgia also qualified for NCAAs with a second-place score of 196.75.
GymDawgs Upset Bid Falls Just Short At Regionals
NORMAN, Okla. - When a program has come as far as Washington has in five years under Head Coach Joanne Bowers, and suddenly finds itself face to face with what it has been working towards, sometimes the desire can overwhelm. That seemed to be the case today at NCAA Gymnastics Regionals, as the Huskies were one event away from a stunning upset of 7th-ranked Utah and a coveted trip to the NCAA Championships. But the balance beam tripped up the Dawgs on their final rotation and UW would finish in third-place, missing the NCAA trip by one spot.
Two Gym Devils Perform at Regionals
NORMAN, Okla.--The Arizona State Women's gymnastics team competed two gymnasts at Regionals hosted by the University of Oklahoma. Gym Devil Beaté Jones competed in the all-around while Madison Snowden competed on the floor exercise.
Arizona Takes Fifth at NCAA Regional Championships
DENVER, Colo. - The Arizona Women's Gymnastics team made a strong showing at the 2011 NCAA Regional Championships, earning a total score of 195.400 to take fifth place. In first was Arkansas, with a 196.550, second place went to Florida with a 196.425, and Boise State took third with a 196.400. Denver earned fourth with a 195.625, and Brigham Young University posted a 194.650 to take sixth.