1989 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship

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The 1989 NCAA Women's Gymnastics championship involved 12 schools competing for the national championship of women's NCAA Division I gymnastics. It was the eighth NCAA gymnastics national championship and the defending NCAA Team Champion for 1988 was Alabama. The competition took place in Athens, Georgia hosted by the University of Georgia in the Georgia Coliseum. The 1989 Championship was won by host Georgia, their second title, with a record score of 192.650.

While Suzanne Yoculan and the Georgia Gym Dogs hosted, the favorite heading into nationals was Tanya Service and the UCLA Bruins with the #1 seed. Juggernaut #2 seed, Utah came in with the addition of 1988 American Olympian, Missy Marlowe. The Defending Champion, Alabama lost their top gymnast, Marie Robbins to an ankle injury before the finals.

The end of the competition, UCLA head coach Jerry Tomlinson filed an inquiry over several scores with the judges. After the judges review, UCLA still fell short five one-hundredth of a point.

Team Results[edit]

Position Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1 Georgia Gym Dogs 47.950 48.300 47.900 48.500 192.650
2 UCLA Bruins 48.550 48.100 47.300 48.650 192.600
3 Alabama Crimson Tide 48.400 48.350 47.150 48.200 192.100
4 Nebraska Cornhuskers 48.000 47.650 47.450 47.700 190.800
5 Utah Red Rocks 47.500 48.100 47.200 47.400 190.200
6 Cal State Fullerton Titans 47.400 47.450 47.050 47.550 189.450
7 Arizona State Sun Devils 47.350 46.750 46.800 47.000 187.900
7 Oregon State Beavers 47.050 46.450 47.200 47.200 187.900
9 Oklahoma Sooners 46.950 48.000 45.450 46.650 187.050
10 Florida Gators 47.200 47.750 44.750 47.300 187.000
11 Arizona Wildcats 46.800 47.000 45.850 46.850 186.500
12 Ohio State Buckeyes 46.600 47.300 46.150 46.350 186.400

External links[edit]

  • [1] Gym Results