UCLA Draws Olympic Order For Super Six Team Finals

April 24, 2003

Lincoln, NE - Top-ranked UCLA drew the favored Olympic order and will begin Friday night's NCAA Super Six Team Finals on the vault, and ending on the floor exercise. A blind draw was conducted by the NCAA to determine the rotation order.

Following the vault, UCLA moves to a bye, then bars, beam, another bye and will conclude the meet on floor.

Nebraska starts on a bye before bars, Utah on bars, Michigan on beam, Alabama on a bye before floor and Georgia on floor.

Start order for Saturday's event finals were also determined by blind draw Thursday night. On vault, top-ranked Jeanette Antolin will lead off the competition. Onnie Willis is fourth, and defending champion Jamie Dantzscher will compete second-to-last at 10th. On bars, Kate Richardson will compete fifth, followed by 2001 bars champion Yvonne Tousek in the No. 6 position. Dantzscher is in the No. 9 slot, and Antolin is last at No. 11. On balance beam, Richardson, UCLA's only competitor, will compete sixth out of 10 gymnasts, and on floor, defending co-champion Dantzscher is first. Willis will compete fourth, and Richardson last at ninth.

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