UCLA Places Second At NCAA Championships
CLEVELAND, Ohio - UCLA had a championship performance at the NCAA Super Six, scoring 197.375, but it was not quite enough to overtake Alabama, who won its fifth NCAA title with a score of 197.65.
The outcome of the meet came down to the wire with the Bruins on beam matching Alabama on floor score-for-score, but the Crimson Tide's last two competitors scored 9.925 and 9.95 to secure the title. UCLA finished in second place, Oklahoma was third (197.25), Nebraska placed fourth (196.725), Utah was fifth (196.5), and Michigan finished in sixth (196.425).
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