2003 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship

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The 2003 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship was held in April 2003 and involved 12 schools competing for the national championship of women's NCAA Division I gymnastics. It was the twenty second NCAA gymnastics national championship. The defending NCAA Team Champion for 2002 was Alabama. The competition took place in Lincoln, Nebraska hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The 2003 team championship was won by UCLA and the individual champion was Richelle Simpson, Nebraska, 39.800 points.[1]

Team Results[edit]

Session 1[edit]

Position Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1 UCLA Bruins 49.400 49.375 48.800 49.375 196.950
2 Alabama Crimson Tide 49.375 49.050 49.200 49.150 196.775
3 Michigan Wolverines 48.975 48.750 49.150 49.250 196.125
4 Arizona State Sun Devils 48.600 48.325 48.275 49.025 194.225
5 LSU Tigers 48.325 48.750 48.400 48.525 194.000
6 Iowa Hawkeyes 48.250 48.025 48.800 48.750 193.825

Session 2[edit]

Position Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1 Nebraska Cornhuskers 49.375 49.225 49.225 49.500 197.325
2 Utah Red Rocks 49.350 49.250 49.125 49.125 196.850
3 Georgia Gym Dogs 49.275 49.150 48.950 49.250 196.625
4 Florida Gators 48.975 49.000 49.225 49.125 196.325
5 Stanford Cardinal 49.150 48.975 49.200 48.875 196.200
6 Auburn Tigers 48.350 48.000 48.400 48.775 193.525

Super Six[edit]

Position Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1 UCLA Bruins 49.350 49.450 49.525 49.500 197.825
2 Alabama Crimson Tide 49.225 49.425 49.250 49.375 197.275
3 Georgia Gym Dogs 49.225 49.350 49.300 49.275 197.150
4 Nebraska Cornhuskers 49.550 48.800 49.400 49.375 197.125
5 Michigan Wolverines 48.950 48.800 49.075 49.225 196.050
6 Utah Red Rocks 49.225 48.675 48.350 49.050 195.300

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