Women's Gymnastics Concludes Season at NCAA Championships
April 21, 2001
ATHENS, Georgia - Freshmen Lindsay Wing and Lise Lï¿½veillï¿½ wrapped up the 2001 season for Stanford women's gymnastics in Stegeman Coliseum Saturday night at the University of Georgia. Wing and Lï¿½veillï¿½ helped lead the Cardinal to its best season ever, with an eighth place finish at the NCAA Championships and its second Pac-10 title in four years. Wing snagged second place on beam with a 9.925. Competing fifth, Wing's score propelled her into first place, until Utah's Theresa Kulikowski, competing eleventh, posted a 9.938. Lï¿½veillï¿½ chalked up a 9.850 on floor - good for eleventh place.
Wing capped off an incredible rookie campaign with a second place finish on beam in the event finals. She earned First Team All-America honors on beam and the All-Around and was named a Second Team All-American on floor. Wing was named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and All-Conference in the All-Around and beam.
Lï¿½veillï¿½, a First Team All-American on floor, also completed a solid freshman season for the Cardinal with a eleventh place finish on floor in the event finals. She was named to the Pac-10 All-Conference team on beam and floor, posting a 9.975 and 9.950 respectively.
2001 NCAA Women's Gymnastics ChampionshipsAthens, GeorgiaApril 21, 2001, Event FinalsTop Finishers and Stanford Results
Beam:1. Theresa Kulikowski, Utah 9.9382. Lindsay Wing, Stanford 9.9253t. Melissa Vituj, Utah 9.9003t. Kristen Maloney, UCLA 9.900
Floor:1. Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA 9.9632. Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA 9.9503. Suzanne Sears, Georgia 9.92511. Lise Lï¿½veillï¿½, Stanford 9.850