Trista Goodman, a former junior elite and L10 from Salcianu Elite, has committed to Southern Utah. She previously was committed to Utah. Last weekend she tied for 1st AA at the Nevada State L10 Championships and won UB with a 10.0.
Stanford celebrated Senior Day with a big win over Army. Junior Brody Malone led the way with a career high 86.5 in the AA. He also won FX, PH, R, PB (15.1) and HB. Teammate Brandon Briones won the VT.
Whitewater defeated host La Crosse on Tuesday night. Blaise Wilson led UW Whitewater with a win on BB. The hosts collected wins from Megan Hawkins on VT, Kerrie Legault on UB, Emma Grant on FX and Kacey Mortneson in the AA (37.95).
Illinois defeated host Minnesota in the Gopher's final regular season home meet. The Illini were led by Michael Fletcher, who won the AA and R. Teammate Connor McCool won FX, Illini Tommy Mistretta won PH and teammate Evan Manivong won VT. For Minnesota, Crew Bold won PB and HB.
Oklahoma and Florida remain tied at the top of the women's National Rankings for the Week of March 22nd, as compiled by the RoadtoNationals.com, based on National Qualifying Score. LSU moved up to third, with Michigan close behind in fourth. Cal remains #5..
Using a big advantage on BB and FX, Utah posted a 197.725 to defeat Cal's 197.375 and win their first Pac 12 Conference meet title since 2017. UCLA was third at 196.725 with a problem on BB and ASU avoided major trouble and posted a 196.375. In the early session, Oregon State posted a 195.625 after a slow start on UB. Arizona was 2nd at 195.4, Stanford improved to 195.175 but Washington slipped 194.4 after four opening falls on BB, despite a sizable lead heading into the final round.
Utah's Maile O'Keefe led the way, winning the AA with a 39.7. She also tied for first on UB with teammate Cristal Isa and UCLA's Margzetta Frazier. The two Utes then tied with teammate Abby Paulson for the BB title, as the Utes went 49.675 on the event. Then on FX, O'Keefe tied with teammates Jaedyn Rucker and Sydney Soloski, UCLA's Pauline Tratz and Chae Campbell, Cal's Kyana George and Stanford's Kyla Bryant. UCLA's Sekai Wright won the VT.
Link: Utah Release
Alabama won the SEC Championships, edging LSU for the title 197.875 to 197.775. Florida finished well back at 196.975, with star Trinity Thomas' absent on all but UB. Kentucky won the morning session at 196.825, followed by Auburn (196.275) and Mizzou (196.125). Arkansas struggled to a 195.6 after problems on UB.
Luisa Blanco led the way, winning the AA with a 39.8 and earning a share of titles on VT, UB and BB. LSU's Kiya Johnson won FX with a 10. On VT, LSU's Elena Arenas and Haleigh Bryant shared the title with Blanco. On UB, Bama frosh Shania Adams and teammate Makarri Doggette also grabbed a share of the title. On BB, Bama's Lexi Graber and Florida frosh Ellie Lazzari and senior teammate Alyssa Baumann also finished atop the podium.
Link: LSU Release
BYU posted a 196.925 to hold off Boise State's 196.725 and capture the Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference title. USU was third at 196.25 edging SUU in 4th at 196.225. BYU was led by Abby Miner Alder, who won the FX title. A trio of Broncos took home titles: Courtney Blackson on VT, Emily Muhlenhaupt on the UB and Adriana Popp on the BB.
Temple won its first ever EAGL Championships in a big win on Saturday. They posted a 196.5 to outdistance NC State's 196.05. Towson was third at 195.875, just ahead of GWU's 195.8. UNC was 5th at 195.275, followed by host Pitt at 194.35 and newcomer LIU 192.725.
UNC's Elizabeth Culton won the AA with a 39.375 and was also the UB champion. She also tied for the BB title with teammate Hallie Thompson and Towson's Emerson Hurst. Temple's Julianna Roland won the VT. On FX, Kendall Whitman of GWU, Jordan Ceccarini of Pitt and Faith Leary of Temple tied for the top spot.
Link: Pitt Release
Minnesota picked up its first Big Ten Conference title, with a program record 197.75. Michigan was 2nd at 197.425, with Illinois and Iowa tying for third at 196.625. Big Ten Gymnast of the Year Lexy Ramler won the AA title with a 39.725 and was also the UB and BB (9.975) champ. Natalie Wojcik of Michigan won the VT with a 10. On FX, Ona Loper of Minnesota, Jerquavia Henderson and Lauren Guerin of Iowa, and Gabby Wilson of Michigan tied for first.