NCAA Gymnastics Regional Round-ups: April 10, 2010

April 10, 2010



Arizona State's Atkinson Qualifies for NCAA Championship
Los Angeles, Calif. - Mary Atkinson qualified for the NCAA Championships as an individual as the Arizona State women's gymnastics team placed fifth at the NCAA West Regional. The Sun Devils, who earned a sixth seed to regionals, scored 193.9. UCLA, the host, won the event with a 197.825. [Read More]

Beavers Go 24-for-24, Tie for Second, Edges Georgia in Tiebreaker
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The tension was high. The intensity was immense. The result was complicated. Tiebreakers were involved. But in the end, the eighth-ranked Oregon State gymnastics team earned its fifth straight trip to the NCAA Championships, Saturday night. [Read More]

Alexander Leads Stanford to Regional Title
Morgantown, W.Va. - Shelley Alexander won two events to lead the Stanford women's gymnastics team to victory in the NCAA Southeast Regional on Saturday and advance to the NCAA Championships for the fourth consecutive year. [Read More]

UCLA Wins Los Angeles Regional to Qualify for NCAA Championships
Los Angeles - UCLA had a dominating performance Saturday evening in Pauley Pavilion, scoring 197.825 to win the NCAA Los Angeles Regional Championships and qualify for the NCAA Championships, which will be held April 22-24 in Florida. [Read More

Linton, Walior Earn Regional Titles in Season-Ending Meet
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Juniors Samantha Walior and Kristen Linton became UW's first NCAA Regional Champions since 2004 and the Huskies won the event with a season-high score, but it was not enough to extend the season for the Washington gymnastics squad as they finished fifth at the NCAA Regionals to conclude its 2010 campaign. [Read More]


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