Eleven gymnasts named regular season NACGC/W All-Americans
By the Pac-12 Conference
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Eleven Pac-12 gymnasts were awarded regular season All-America honors by the National Association of College Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC/W). UCLA, UTAH and STANFORD each had three gymnasts earn honors, while two gymnasts from OREGON STATE were named All-Americans.
This is the first year the NACGC/W has awarded All-Americans for the regular season. First team All-Americans are the top eight ranked gymnasts on each event and in the all-around. Second team All-Americans are those ranked Nos. 9-16. Rankings are based off of the gymnasts' RQS.
UCLA's Vanessa Zamarripa earned first team All-American honors in the all-around, vault, bars and floor. Olivia Courtney, a Bruin junior, was named first team on vault and teammate Danusia Francis, the lone freshman to earn honors in the Pac-12, was named to the second team on beam.
Senior Makayla Stambaugh of Oregon State was named to the first team in the all-around as well as on bars and earned second team honors on floor. Senior Kelsi Blalock earned her first ever All-American status with a first team honor on vault.
The Utes' honors went to the sophomore trio of Georgia Dabritz, Tory Wilson and Becky Tutka. Dabritz earned first team honors on vault and second team honors on bars. Wilson was named first team All-American on vault and Tutka earned second team honors on floor.
Stanford's honors included junior Amanda Spinner and sophomore Ivana Hong earning first and second team honors, respectively, on beam. Senior Ashley Morgan earned second team honors as well on floor.