NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships

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NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships
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Founded 1982
Current champions Oklahoma (3)
Most successful club(s) Georgia (10)
Website NCAA.com
The University of Georgia Gym Dogs, including individual apparatus national champions Courtney McCool and Grace Taylor, are honored at the White House by President of the United States George W. Bush for their winning the 2008 Division I team national championship.

The NCAA introduced women's gymnastics as a championship sport in 1982. Gymnastics was one of twelve women's sports added to the NCAA championship program for the 1981-82 school year, as the NCAA engaged in battle with the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women for sole governance of women's collegiate sports. The AIAW continued to conduct its established championship program in the same twelve (and other) sports; however, after a year of dual women's championships, the NCAA conquered the AIAW and usurped its authority and membership.

Under the NCAA, only six universities have claimed the overall Division I championship; the Division II competition was discontinued in 1987. During the early years of competition, the University of Utah, under the leadership of head coach Greg Marsden, dominated the field of competition. During the late 1980s and 1990s, the University of Georgia (UGA), coached by Suzanne Yoculan, and the University of Alabama, coached by Sarah Patterson, gained success and claimed several titles. From 1996 to 2012, the University of Alabama, the University of Georgia, and UCLA, coached by Valorie Kondos Field, claimed all NCAA titles; four titles for the University of Alabama, six for UCLA and seven for the University of Georgia.

In 2013, the University of Florida, coached by Rhonda Faehn, broke the reign of the prior four teams, winning the NCAA Championships held at UCLA's newly renovated Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. Faehn was a competitor for the Bruins 1990–1992. The University of Oklahoma, coached by K.J. Kindler, became the sixth team to win the NCAA title after tying with Florida in 2014.

Current season[edit]

The top two teams, as well as the top two all-around competitors not from an advancing team, at each regional receive a berth in the NCAA Championships. In addition, individual event winners who did not already qualify with their team or as an all-arounder will advance. At the national championships, the top three teams from each of the first day's sessions advancing to the Super Six Team Finals.

2016[edit]

The Oklahoma Sooners women’s gymnastics team won the school's second NCAA title with a 197.675 score at Fort Worth, Texas on April 16, 2016. In second place was LSU (197.4500), followed by Alabama (197.4375), Florida (197.3500), UCLA (196.8250) and Georgia (196.8125). Individual titles went to Katie Bailey (Alabama) and Brandie Jay (Georgia) in vault, Bridget Sloan (Florida) and Brittany Rogers (Georgia) in uneven bars, Bridget Sloan (Florida) and Danusia Francis (UCLA) in balance beam, Nina McGee (Denver) in floor exercise, and Bridget Sloan (Florida) for all around.

Previous seasons[edit]

2015[edit]

Regional Championships was held on April 4, 2015 at the following six sites:

  • Ames Regional (at Iowa State), 4 pm CT: LSU 197.175, Nebraska 196.950, Denver 195.950, Michigan State 195.375, Iowa State 195.350, Washington 193.675
  • Auburn Regional (at Auburn), 6 pm CT: Alabama 197.575, Auburn 196.900, Maryland 195.150, Minnesota 195.025, Iowa 194.675, George Washington 194.150
  • Berkeley Regional (at California), 6 pm PT: Georgia 197.025, Utah 196.575, California 196.000, Boise State 195.375, Utah State 195.150, Brigham Young 194.150
  • Columbus Regional (at Ohio State), 6 pm ET: UCLA 197.500, Michigan 197.000, Central Michigan 195.925, Arizona 195.800, Ohio State 195.650, Kentucky 195.450
  • Morgantown Regional (at West Virginia), 4 pm ET: Florida 197.475, Stanford 197.000, Illinois-Champaign 196.675, Arkansas 196.500, West Virginia 195.650, New Hampshire 194.825
  • Norman Regional (at Oklahoma), 4 pm CT: Oklahoma 197.625, Oregon State 196.750, Southern Utah 196.275, Missouri 196.100, North Carolina State 195.775, Penn State 195.150.

The NCAA Women's Gymnastics National Championships will be held in Fort Worth, Texas, April 17–19, 2015, hosted by Texas Woman’s Gymnastics and the Knight Eady Sports Group:

  • Afternoon session (1 pm CST) – Florida 197.475, Utah 197.475, Stanford 197.175, Michigan 197.025, Georgia 196.600, UCLA 196.400[1]
  • Evening session (7 pm CST) – Oklahoma 197.400, Alabama 197.100, Auburn 197.075, Nebraska 196.675, LSU 196.550, Oregon State 195.875[2]

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals), April 18, 2015, Fort Worth, Texas:

  • Team – Florida 197.850, Utah 197.800, Oklahoma 197.525, Alabama 197.275, Stanford 197.250, and Auburn 195.625

Individual Event Finals, April 19, 2015, Fort Worth, Texas[3]

  • Vault – 1st Elizabeth Price, Stanford (9.9333),
  • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st Georgia Dabritz, Utah (9.9625),
  • Balance Beam – 1st Samantha Peszek, UCLA (9.950),
  • Floor Exercise – 1st Kytra Hunter, Florida (9.9625),
  • All Around – Samantha Peszek, UCLA; Kytra Hunter, Florida, 39.6

2014[edit]

  • The NCAA selection show to announce the Gymnastics Championship regional pairings was held on Monday, Mar. 24 on NCAA.com.

Regional Championships was held on April 5, 2014 at the following six sites with start times between 4 and 6 p.m. local time:[4]

  • Athens Regional (Host: Georgia), 4 p.m. (local time shown) – 1. Michigan 196.750; 2. Georgia 196.375; 3. Central Michigan 195.600; 4. Ohio State 195.100; 5. North Carolina State 194.550; 6. Rutgers 193.750 (order of finish listed)
  • Baton Rouge Regional (Host: LSU), 4 p.m. – 1. LSU 198.325; 2. Stanford 197.275; 3. Iowa State 196.350; 4. Kent State 195.125; 5. Auburn 195.050; 6. Arizona 194.825
  • Fayetteville Regional (Host: Arkansas), 4 p.m. – 1. Utah 197.300; 2. UCLA 196.600; 3. University Of Arkansas 196.375; 4. Arizona State University 194.425; 5. UC Davis 193.900; 6. Utah State 191.875[5]
  • Minneapolis Regional (Host: Minnesota), 6 p.m. – 1. Oklahoma 197.725; 2. Illinois 196.600; 3. Minnesota 196.350; 4. California 195.700; 5. Southern Utah 195.150; 6. San Jose State 193.950[6]
  • Seattle Regional (University of Washington, host), 4 p.m. – 1. Alabama 197.550; 2. Nebraska 196.975; 3. Denver 195.625; 4. Washington 195.550; 5. Boise State 195.275 6. BYU 194.650
  • University Park Regional (Host: Penn State)), 4 p.m. – 1. Florida 197.05; 2. Penn State 196.725; 3. Oregon State 196.525; 4. Kentucky 195.925; 5. New Hampshire 195.025; 6. Maryland 194.525

The NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship was held in the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, AL (hosted by the University of Alabama and the Alabama Sports Foundation), Friday, April 18, 2014:

  • Afternoon session (1 pm CST) – Oklahoma 197.500, Georgia 197.300, LSU 197.100, Stanford 196.600, Michigan 196.425, Illinois 195.800
  • Evening session (7 pm CST) – Alabama 197.650, Florida 197.650, Nebraska 197.100, Utah 197.025, UCLA 197.000, Penn State 194.825

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals): Birmingham, AL, Saturday, April 19 (6 p.m. CST) -

  • Team - Florida 198.175, Oklahoma 198.175, LSU 197.600, Alabama 197.550, Georgia 197.100, Nebraska 196.500

Individual Event Finals: Birmingham, AL, Sunday, April 20 (2 p.m. CST)

  • Vault – 1st Katherine Grable, Arkansas & Rheagan Courville, LSU (9.9750); 3rd Haley Scaman, Oklahoma (9.9667)
  • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st Bridget Sloan, Florida (9.9375); 2nd Samantha Shapiro, Stanford (9.9250) ; 3rd Kristina Vaculik, Stanford (9.9000)
  • Balance Beam – 1st Taylor Spears, Oklahoma (9.925); 2nd Lindsey Cheek, Georgia (9.900); 3rd Madeline Gardiner, Oregon State & Mary Beth Box, Georgia & Sydney Ewing, LSU & Jamie Schleppenbach, Nebraska (9.8875)
  • Floor Exercise – 1st Katherine Grable, Arkansas (9.9625); 2nd Joanna Sampson, Michigan & Maileana Kanewa, Oaklahoma & Haley Scaman, Oaklahoma (9.950)
  • All Around – Kim Jacob, Alabama, 39.625

2013[edit]

  • The NCAA selection show to announce the regional pairings was held on Monday, Mar. 25 at Noon PT on NCAA.com.

Regional Championships was held on April 6, 2013 at the following six sites with start times between 4 and 6 p.m. local time:[7]

  • Columbus Regional (Ohio State, host) 6 p.m. – LSU (197.275), UCLA (196.950), Arizona (196.100), Ohio State (196.050), North Carolina St (195.275), Central Michigan (194.925), Air Force (144.075), Utah State (87.625)
  • Corvallis Regional (Oregon State, host) 4 p.m. – Georgia (197.425), Arkansas (196.950), Arizona State (195.700), Oregon State (195.375), Boise State (195.300) and California (195.125)
  • Gainesville Regional (Florida, host) 6 p.m. – Florida (198.40), Minnesota (197.10), Auburn (196.70), Maryland (195.575), Pittsburgh (194.775) and Bridgeport (194.225)
  • Morgantown Regional (West Virginia, host) 6 p.m. – Michigan (147.625), Illinois (146.600), Nebraska, Kentucky, West Virginia, North Carolina
  • Norman Regional (Oklahoma, host) 4 p.m. – Oklahoma (197.375), Stanford (196.800), Washington (195.925), Penn State (195.875), Iowa (194.475) and Southern Utah (194.850)
  • Tuscaloosa Regional (Alabama, host) 6 p.m. – Alabama (197.400), Utah (196.400), Denver, Kent State, Brigham Young, Iowa State

The NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship was held in Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA, Friday, April 19, 2013:

  • Afternoon session (12:00 pm PT) – Florida (197.775), LSU (197.325), Georgia (197.150), Minnesota (196.375), Illinois (195.700), Stanford (194.700)
  • Evening session (6 pm PT) – Alabama (197.350), Oklahoma (197.200), UCLA (197.200), Michigan (196.850), Utah (196.200), Arkansas (196.150)

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals): Los Angeles, CA, Saturday, April 20 (4 p.m. PT) -

  • Team - Florida (197.575), Oklahoma (197.375), Alabama (197.350), UCLA (197.100), LSU (197.050), Georgia (196.675)

Individual Event Finals: Los Angeles, CA, Sunday, April 21 (1 p.m. PT)

  • Vault – 1st Diandra Milliner, Alabama and Rheagan Courville, LSU (9.9250); 3rd Olivia Courtney, UCLA (9.9167)
  • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st Alaina Johnson, Florida (9.9125) ; 2nd Bridget Sloan, Florida & Georgia Dabritz, Utah (9.9000)
  • Balance Beam – 1st Bridget Sloan, Florida (9.9000); 2nd Hanna Nordquist, Minnesota & Katie Zurales, Michigan (9.8875)
  • Floor Exercise – 1st Joanna Sampson, Michigan (9.9375); 2nd Diandra Milliner, Alabama (9.9250); 3rd Emily Wong, Nebraska (9.9125)
  • All Around – Bridget Sloan, Florida, 39.600

2012[edit]

  • The NCAA selection show to announce the regional pairings was held on Monday, Mar. 26 at Noon PT on NCAA.com.

Regional Championships were held on April 7, 2012 at the following six sites:[8]

  • Auburn Regional (at Auburn), 6 p.m. CT – Finish: Georgia (1st), Oregon State (2nd), Michigan, Auburn, West Virginia, Michigan State
  • Champaign Regional (at Illinois), 4 p.m. CT – Finish: Oklahoma (1st), Stanford (2nd), Illinois, Denver, Kentucky, Illinois-Chicago
  • Fayetteville Regional (at Arkansas), 4 p.m. CT – Finish: UCLA (1st), Arkansas (2nd), Boise St., Missouri, Maryland, New Hampshire
  • Raleigh Regional (at North Carolina State), 4 p.m. ET – Finish: Florida (1st), Ohio State (2nd), North Carolina State, Penn State, North Carolina, Kent State
  • Salt Lake City Regional (at Utah), 6 p.m. MT – Finish: Utah (1st), Nebraska (2nd), Minnesota, Arizona State, San Jose State, Iowa State
  • Seattle Regional (at Washington), 4 p.m. PT – Finish: Alabama (1st), LSU (2nd), Washington, Arizona, Iowa, Central Michigan

The NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship was held in the Gwinnett Center, Duluth, GA, Friday, April 20:

  • Afternoon session (12:00 pm ET) – 1st UCLA (197.400), 2nd Utah (197.200), 3rd Stanford (197.125), 4th Oklahoma (196.925), 5th Nebraska (196.625), 6th LSU (196.550)
  • Evening session (6 pm ET) – 1st Alabama (197.675), 2nd Florida (197.650), 3rd Arkansas (197.150), 4th Ohio State (196.525), 5th Georgia, (196.500), 6th Oregon State (196.475)

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals): Duluth, GA, Saturday, April 21 (4 p.m. ET) - UCLA, Utah, Stanford, Alabama, Florida, Arkansas

  • Team - 1st Alabama (197.850), 2nd Florida (197.775), 3rd UCLA (197.750), 4th Stanford (197.500), 5th Utah (197.375), 6th Arkansas (196.300)

Individual Event Finals: Duluth, GA, Sunday, April 22 (1 p.m. ET)

  • Vault – 1st Kytra Hunter, Florida (9.8750 ); 2nd Diandra Milliner, Alabama (9.8250); 3rd Kat Ding, Georgia (9.8125)
  • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st Kat Ding, Georgia (9.9875); 2nd Samantha Shapiro, Stanford (9.9000); 3rd Olivia Courtney, UCLA (9.8875)
  • Balance Beam – 1st Geralen Stack-Eaton, Alabama (9.9375), 2nd Megan Ferguson, Oklahoma (9.9250); 3rd Katie Matusik, Arizona (9.8875)
  • Floor Exercise – 1st Kat Ding (9.9500); 2nd Geralen Stack-Eaton, Alabama (9.9375); 2nd Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA (9.9375)
  • All Around – Kytra Hunter, Florida, 39.725

2011[edit]

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Regional Fields:

Regional Championships were held on April 2, 2011 at the following six sites.

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship:

The Women's Gymnastics Championship held in the Wolstein Center, at Cleveland, Ohio on April 15–17, 2011.

  • NCAA Championships, Cleveland, Ohio, Friday, April 15: Afternoon session (12:00 pm ET) – No. 2 seed UCLA, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 6 Michigan, No. 7 Georgia, No. 10 Arkansas and No. 11 Illinois; Evening session (6 pm ET) – No. 1 seed Alabama, No. 4 Oregon State, No. 5 Florida, No. 8 Utah, No. 9 Nebraska and No. 12 and host team Kent State.
  • NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals), Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday, April 16 (4 p.m. ET) - Oklahoma, Michigan, UCLA, Alabama, Nebraska, Utah
  • Individual Event Finals, Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday, April 17 (1 p.m. ET):
    • Vault – 1st, Marissa King, University of Florida, 9.8750; 2nd, Madison Mooring, University of Oklahoma, 9.8250; 3rd, Erin Davis, University of Nebraska, 9.8188
    • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st, Kat Ding, University of Georgia, 9.9125; 2nd, Jen Kesler, Oregon State University, 9.8750; 3rd, Sarah DeMeo, University of Alabama, 9.8625; 3rd, Makayla Stambaugh, Oregon State University, 9.8625; 3rd, Monique DeLaTorre, UCLA, 9.8625
    • Balance Beam – 1st, Sam Peszek, UCLA, 9.90; 2nd, Kayla Hoffman, University of Alabama, 9.8875; 2nd, Aisha Gerber, UCLA, 9.8875
    • Floor Exercise – 1st, Geralen Stack-Eaton, University of Alabama, 9.9375; 2nd, Maranda Smith, University of Florida, 9.9000; 2nd, Kylee Botterman, University of Michigan, 9.9000; 2nd, Brittani McCullough, UCLA, 9.9000

Alabama won the 2011 team competition, earning their fifth national championship.

Team titles[edit]

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships is located in the US
Georgia
Georgia
Utah
Utah
Alabama
Alabama
UCLA
UCLA
Florida
Florida
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Schools with national championships
Gold pog.svg – 10 championships, Red pog.svg – 9 championships, Blue pog.svg – 6 championships
Pink pog.svg – 3 championships
Team Number Years won
Georgia 10 1987, 1989, 1993, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Utah 9 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995
Alabama 6 1988, 1991, 1996, 2002, 2011, 2012
UCLA 6 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010
Florida 3 2013, 2014, 2015
Oklahoma 3 2014, 2016, 2017

Team champions[edit]

Annual Results[edit]

Detail Annual Results[edit]

  • From 1993 onward, scores for the top 6 teams are from the team finals (also known as the Super Six.)
  • The scores for teams ranked 7th and lower are from the qualifying sessions, which is why the scores for some of these teams are higher than the scores of teams ranked above them.

Individual champions[edit]

All-around champions[edit]

Vault champions[edit]

Uneven bars champions[edit]

Balance beam champions[edit]

Floor exercise champions[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]