Level 10 gymnasts shine on first day of JO National Championships

May 18, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

On Saturday, May 18, six out of the twelve age groups competing at the JO National Championships completed. The JO National Championships features the top level 10 gymnasts in the nation, and the gymnasts competing had to qualify from their […]

Iowa Hawkeyes run away from Arizona in NCAA Corvallis Regional play-in meet

April 4, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

NCAA Regional competitions commenced across the nation on Thursday as eight teams nationwide competed in their respective play-in meets with the winner advancing to Friday’s regional competition. In Corvallis, Oregon, the Arizona Wildcats faced the Iowa Hawkeyes, each team looking […]

Michigan dominates competition, wins sixth-straight Big Ten Championship title

March 23, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Michigan Wolverines defended their Big Ten Championship title, winning with a big 197.400, dominating the competition in University Park, Pennsylvania with a solid, cleanly-hit meet. Olivia Karas and Natalie Wojcik tied for the Big Ten all-around title- along with Minnesota‘s […]

BYU soars to season-high score in upset victory over rivals Boise State

March 7, 2019 by Elise Ng

The BYU Cougars pulled off an upset tonight against their MRGC rival, the Boise State Broncos, scoring a season-high along the way, all while on the road. Competing without their top all-arounder, Shani Remme, the Broncos scored a 196.325, about seven-tenths of […]

Denver keeps dominating, posts another huge score to defeat Illinois

March 1, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Fighting Illini of Illinois faced off against the Denver Pioneers in Champaign, Illinois Friday, scoring a 195.025 to the Pioneers’ huge 197.775. Denver continues to break records, scoring the second-highest score in program history for the second week in a […]

Alabama impresses on Senior Night to defeat bitter rival Auburn

March 1, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The number 12 Auburn Tigers traveled down to Tuscaloosa to face off against the eighth-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide Friday night, and the rivalry meet also marked Alabama’s senior night. Both teams started out very strong in the opening rotation, with […]

Stanford scores season-high in impressive win over Arizona

February 25, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

Coming off of a loss to Utah, the Stanford Cardinal impressed at home to defeat the Arizona Wildcats, posting a season-high score on senior night to win 196.525-195.250. The Cardinal took a .05 lead after the opening rotation when they […]

Steady performance from Cal Golden Bears bests Washington at home

February 24, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

The 15th-ranked Cal Golden Bears faced the number 18 Washington Huskies in a close meet which resulted in an home win for the Golden Bears, 196.650-196.350. Both teams posted consistent high scores throughout the meet, however, the home crowd energy inside Haas Pavilion […]

Fan and Ferrari return in Melbourne with World Cup wins on bars, floor

February 24, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Melbourne World Cup event finals saw both veterans and newcomers make a splash on the international scene, as Vanessa Ferrari returned to competition and Fan Yilin and Oksana Chusovitina began their Tokyo 2020 Olympic journeys. Yeo Seo-Jeong of South […]

Oklahoma shows depth in challenging road win against West Virginia

February 24, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Past the halfway point of the NCAA Gymnastics season, number one Oklahoma went on the road to Morgantown and faced off against Big 12 foe West Virginia, having to dig deep and show off their depth to earn the win 197.150-195.350.  Starting […]

UCLA continues to soar, posts huge 198 to defeat rival Utah

February 23, 2019 by Thomas Cluck

Nothing motivates an athlete quite like losing. An error, a setback, a loss hurts in the moment but the best athletes and teams recover and rebuild into something better. And for the number two and defending national champions UCLA Bruins, a stinging, […]

Kentucky continues rising, gets big win over Alabama at home

February 22, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Kentucky Wildcats scored a 197.200 at tonight’s home meet, breaking 197 for the third week in a row and upsetting ninth-ranked Alabama, who scored a 196.800 with a strong performance. Alex Hyland of Kentucky won the all-around with a 39.525 […]

Strong showing from Georgia edges rival Florida in thrilling SEC showdown

February 22, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Number seven Georgia traveled down to Gainesville to face off in an SEC rivalry clash with the third-ranked Florida Gators, and the highly-anticipated meet certainly did not lack in excitement. Besides the battle between the Baumann sisters, Rachel of Georgia […]

Oregon State keeps improving with win over Cal

February 17, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

In an exciting matchup at the Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Oregon, the number 12 Oregon State Beavers edged out the 15th-ranked Cal Golden Bears, 196.950-196.150. A stellar opening rotation for both the Beavers and the Bears put the home team in second […]

Denver keeps program-best momentum, dominates Illinois State

February 16, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Denver Pioneers continued making their case for being a top five team, scoring a 197.625 at home to the Illinois State Redbirds’ 193.375. Sophomore Lynzee Brown tied the program’s highest all-around score with a 39.775, also winning the meet. […]

Nebraska comes back to defeat Big 10 foes Ohio State

February 16, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Nebraska traveled down to Ohio State to take on the Buckeyes Saturday, and the two both hit very solid meets and fought until the end. As the visiting team, Nebraska started on bars and had a few unusual little mistakes […]

NC State earns dominant rivalry win over North Carolina

February 16, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

This weekends’ exciting matchup between two in-state rivals saw NC State defeat North Carolina at home, 195.850-193.700. The host Wolfpack posted a low 48.475 on vault in the opening rotation, however, it was enough to take the lead over the Tar […]

Ramler, Lu keep shining for Minnesota in conference win over Maryland

February 15, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

The Minnesota Golden Gophers posted a near season-high 196.825 to defeat the Maryland Terrapins and secure their third consecutive home win of the season. The Terrapins took an early lead with a huge, season-high 49.250 on bars. The uneven bars […]

Boise State earns narrow win over rival BYU

February 15, 2019 by Elise Ng

In this matchup between MRGC rivals, the Boise State Broncos scored a 197.175 to the BYU Cougars’ 196.900. Shani Remme continued her stellar all-around performance, scoring a 39.600 to win the meet and winning on the uneven bars with a 9.950. […]

Auburn continues to amaze, dominates Arkansas at home

February 15, 2019 by Elise Ng

At home in Auburn Arena, the Auburn Tigers scored a 197.100, winning by nearly a point over the Arkansas Razorbacks, who scored a 196.175. Drew Watson of Auburn was the top all-arounder, scoring a 39.625 and winning vault with a 9.950. […]

Georgia edges Kentucky in final-routine thriller in Athens

February 15, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The Kentucky Wildcats traveled down to Athens to take on Georgia for an SEC matchup, with both teams looking for a win in what was anticipated to be a very close matchup. Georgia started out on vault with three 9.900s […]

UCLA continues undefeated season, wows in win at Washington

February 10, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

The UCLA Bruins dominated on the road in Seattle this weekend to defeat the Washington Huskies and secure their sixth consecutive win this season, 197.600-196.000. The Bruins began the first rotation on one of their statistically weaker events, uneven bars, […]

Oklahoma too much for strong Denver performance in top ten Big 12 duel

February 10, 2019 by Elise Ng

In Sunday’s highly-anticipated Big 12 matchup between two top ten teams, the number one Oklahoma Sooners scored a 197.700, three tenths higher than the home team Denver Pioneers, who scored a 197.400. Denver showed that they can keep up with the top […]

Oregon State impresses in dominant road win over Arizona

February 8, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Arizona Wildcats fell on their home turf to Oregon State, scoring a 195.475 to the Beavers’ 196.350. Both teams had a few wobbles, but overall put up strong performances. Maddi Leydin of Arizona won the all-around with a 39.075. The […]

Georgia edges out Missouri in hard-fought SEC contest

February 8, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

It was a thrillingly close meet when the Georgia Bulldogs competed on the road at Missouri and defeated the home team, 196.300-195.900. The Gymdogs posted a 48.725 on bars in the first rotation to trail Mizzou who totaled a 48.875 […]

Florida keeps SEC unbeaten run going, defeats Auburn

February 8, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Auburn traveled down to Gainesville to face off against the Florida Gators in an attempt to keep their SEC win streak alive, with both teams heading into the meet he only undefeated squads in SEC conference matchups thus far this […]

Washington too solid for Stanford, gains strong Pac 12 road win

February 3, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Stanford Cardinal fell to the Washington Huskies at home in Palo Alto by just three tenths, posting a 195.475 to the Huskies’ 195.825. Both teams had a solid meet, as lineups are becoming solidified and teams work on perfecting execution […]

Ana Padurariu, Ellie Black go 1-2 in Elite Canada all-around final

February 3, 2019 by Elise Ng

Elite Canada, the first competition of the 2019 elite season, took place in Gatineau, Quebec on Friday with the senior women’s all-around final. Competition saw three members of Canada’s 2018 World Championships team return to the floor. Ana Padurariu competed […]

Ohio State holds off late charge to defeat Iowa in Big 10 duel

February 2, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The Iowa Hawkeyes traveled down to Ohio State for a Saturday afternoon meet this weekend, and the competition was a battle from beginning to end. Ohio State started out on vault and had a consistent rotation, with a 9.850 from […]

LSU dominates NC State in strong home outing

February 2, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

The home crowd energy at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge was electrifying Friday night when the LSU Tigers defeated NC State, 197.150-195.375. The Tigers came out strong in the first two rotations with a 49.325 and a […]

Alabama edges out a hard-fought road win over rising Missouri team

February 1, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Number eight Alabama traveled to SEC foe Missouri this week, and the two teams faced off in a competition that was tight through the very end in Columbia, making for an exciting meet. Starting off on bars, the visiting Crimson Tide […]

Oregon State edges out Washington in thrilling rivalry matchup

January 27, 2019 by Elise Ng

At Washington’s home meet against Oregon State, the visiting Beavers scored a 196.100, winning by two tenths over the host Huskies, who scored a 195.900.  With both teams dealing with injuries, they did a good job rearranging lineups and performing […]

Utah keeps unbeaten run going in Pac 12 win over Arizona State

January 27, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Arizona State Sun Devils faced the Utah Utes at home in Tempe, Arizona, where the Red Rocks won with a 197.375 to the Sun Devils’ 195.825. Both teams performed well, with Arizona State improving their consistency and Utah winning […]

Disastrous bars rotation costs Cal in shock loss to Arizona

January 27, 2019 by Mary Fay Carr

In the fourth week of NCAA Gymnastics competition, the Arizona Wildcats showed up at home to upset the Cal Golden Bears, 195.975-194.450 in a Pac 12 conference matchup. Arizona took an early lead after a strong strong start on vault […]

Nebraska sizzles in commanding conference victory over Illinois

January 26, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Illinois headed to Nebraska for an intense Big 10 competition, with both teams looking to move up in the rankings and grab a big score in a conference matchup. The home Nebraska Cornhuskers started out strong on vault, with a […]

Michigan scores season high in road win against Maryland

January 26, 2019 by Ashlee Buhler

After a slow start to the season, the Michigan Wolverines came ready to fight in a Big 10 conference matchup against the Maryland Terrapins. Michigan tallied a season high 196.400 to top Maryland’s 193.525. In the first rotation, Maryland posted […]

Boise State overcomes rival Southern Utah in key MRGC conference meet

January 25, 2019 by Elise Ng

In Friday’s crucial MRGC conference matchup between Boise State and the Southern Utah Thunderbirds, the Broncos won by over a point in home territory at Taco Bell Arena. Boise State scored a big 196.625 to Southern Utah’s 195.525. Shani Remme continued to […]

Florida continues to shine in strong conference win over Kentucky

January 25, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The Kentucky Wildcats traveled to Florida to take on the Gators, with both teams looking for big scores in an intriguing SEC conference matchup to kick off week four. It was a packed house in Gainesville at the famed O’Dome, […]

UCLA takes another win against Pac-12 opponent Arizona State

January 21, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

The UCLA Bruins took another win against Arizona State on Sunday afternoon at Pauley Pavilion. The Bruins had a team score of 197.775 and Arizona State scored a 196.125. UCLA started on vault with sophomore Pauline Tratz leading off with […]

Georgia scores season high in strong win over Iowa State

January 21, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Iowa State came down to Athens to face off against Georgia for the Gymdogs’ second meet of the weekend, with both teams looking for a big score to help move them up the rankings. Georgia started off extremely strong on […]

Utah takes another meet in away meet against Oregon State

January 19, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

The Utah Utes took another win against Oregon State at the Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Oregon with a 197.150. Oregon State, just their second meet of the season, scored a 195.450. The competition started with Oregon State on vault and […]

Florida takes the win against LSU in nail-biting competition

January 18, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

It was another close SEC matchup on Saturday. LSU and Florida competed in a heated competition at the Maravich Center in Baton Rouge, LA. In the end, Florida came out on top with a 197.500, just 0.75 ahead of LSU. […]

Alabama edges out Georgia in close rivalry matchup

January 18, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The long-time rivalry between Alabama and Georgia did not disappoint, as the two met in Athens for  one of the most highly-anticipate dual meets of the season so far. The crowd in Georgia was completely sold out, making for a […]

Kentucky, Korth win in meet against Arkansas

January 18, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Kentucky Wildcats scored a win at home today over the Arkansas Razorbacks, scoring a 195.275 to their 193.875. However, we didn’t see either team at their full potential, as they both had to count a fall and deal with […]

University of Michigan victorious in meet against Michigan State

January 18, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Michigan Wolverines won their home meet today against the Michigan State Spartans (195.975 – 194.050). Natalie Wojcik and Olivia Karas had strong all around performances, placing first and second with a 39.325 and a 39.250 respectively. Michigan State also […]

Arizona State Sun Devils soar to victory over Texas Woman’s

January 12, 2019 by Thomas Cluck

It was a complete and strong performance for Arizona State to secure their first road win of the new 2019 season, improving from week one and defeating host Texas Woman’s 195.675-193.550 in Denton, Texas. For the Sun Devils, a resurgent team in […]

Arkansas continues improving in strong road win over Arizona

January 12, 2019 by Thomas Cluck

After a solid start to the new season in a home loss to number one Oklahoma, the Arkansas Razorbacks built upon that strong effort with a very solid road win over Arizona 195.800-194.725 in Tucson. While it was the visiting Razorbacks that […]

UCLA dominates California Grand quad meet

January 12, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

On a beautiful evening in Anaheim, CA the UCLA Bruins, California Berkeley Bears, UC Davis Mustangs, and the Michigan State Spartans met up for a quad meet at the California Grand Invitational. The Bruins had a fantastic meet, winning with […]

Nebraska edges out Washington in tough meet for home win

January 12, 2019 by Elise Ng

The Nebraska Cornhuskers triumphed at their home meet over Washington, posting a 195.550 to Washington’s 195.250. This was a very tight meet, with both teams tied after two rotations. In the end, Nebraska’s stronger performances on beam and floor gave […]

Minnesota comes out on top by over ten points at quad meet

January 12, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

The Minnesota Gophers won the quad meet against Hamline, Winona State, and Gustavus Adolphus Saturday evening at home. The Gopshers had a fantastic meet, winning the competition by over ten points. Minnesota started on vault where they posted three scored […]

Auburn shocks LSU with brilliant performance at home in SEC matchup

January 11, 2019 by Thomas Cluck

It was a high-stakes, highly-anticipated SEC matchup on a winter Friday night, with an electric sold-out home crowd packed inside Auburn Arena, waiting to see the battle of the Tigers as number four LSU came to town. In this conference […]

Florida Gators sizzle in season-opening win over Missouri at home

January 11, 2019 by Thomas Cluck

While the 2019 NCAA Gymnastics season kicked off last weekend with a slate of thrilling meets and nearly all the top teams in action, one of the most highly-anticipated teams, pre-season number three Florida, began their new year in week […]

Stanford superior in solid win over Sac State, Seattle Pacific

January 11, 2019 by Elise Ng

Sacramento State’s home meet saw Stanford win by a large margin, scoring a 194.650 and beating both the home team as well as Seattle Pacific by over four points. Even so, this was not the Cardinal’s best performance, as they […]

Denver upsets host Alabama and Michigan in thrilling quad meet

January 11, 2019 by Jess Stephans

The quad meet between hosts Alabama, Michigan, Denver, and Bowling Green was expected to be exciting, but the reality even far surpassed the hype. The meet was back and forth between the top three teams the entire competition, and like […]

Utah Utes secure 22nd straight victory against BYU Cougars

January 11, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

The annual competition between the BYU Cougars and Utah Utes took place on January 11. The Utes have defeated BYU in the last 21 match up against the two teams, with their goal of tonight being their 22nd. The night […]

Stanford wins the 2019 NorCal Classic

January 6, 2019 by Lauren Stevens

It was a race between four Northern California teams – Sacramento State, San Jose State, Stanford, and UC Davis –  at the 2019 NorCal Classic hosted by Sacramento State. As the season between four teams, Stanford came on top with a […]

Oklahoma incredible to score opening-week 198 and defeat Arkansas

January 5, 2019 by Elise Ng

In an impressive start to the 2019 NCAA Gymnastics season, pre-season number two Oklahoma defeated Arkansas, ranked number twelve, on their home turf in Fayetteville. As to be expected with early-season competitions, both teams had a few mistakes to fight through, […]

NC State tops Michigan State Spartans in season opener

January 5, 2019 by Ashlee Buhler

In the season-opening meet for NC State and hosts Michigan State in East Lansing, both teams were solid on their first event. Michigan State opened on the vault while NC State was on bars. Both senior Roya Shirley and junior […]

Alabama struggles in season-opener but claims quad meet win at home

January 4, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Southeastern Missouri State, Temple, and Northern Illinois all kicked off their season with a trip to Tuscaloosa to face off with the pre-season number six-ranked Alabama. The Crimson Tide came into the competition as the clear favorite, with the other […]

Auburn up-and-down in season-opening win over Iowa

January 4, 2019 by Jess Stephans

Iowa started off their season on the road against number 14 Auburn, and both teams had a few issues as well as highlights to keep the meet interesting. Iowa started off their night on the uneven bars with a rotation […]

Michigan opens NCAA Gymnastics season with Cancun Classic win

January 4, 2019 by Ashlee Buhler

The 2019 NCAA Gymnastics season is officially underway. It was a four-team battle at the Cancun Classic in Mexico with Michigan, Iowa State, West Virginia and Rutgers competing simultaneously for the meet crown. Michigan, the number nine team in the […]

Ellie Black and French stars dominate medals at Paris World Cup

October 4, 2018 by Elise Ng

The 2018 World Challenge Cup series concluded this past weekend in Paris, where defending World silver all-around medalist Ellie Black of Canada picked up a medal on each apparatus, living legend Oksana Chusovitina of Uzbekistan continued to impress with her longevity, and France’s top […]

2018 U.S. Championships difficulty & execution rankings

August 21, 2018 by Lauren Stevens

Last weekend, the U.S. Championships gave us a look at the nation’s best gymnasts. At any event, the U.S. Championships or even an elite qualifier, it is both fun and interesting to analyze how the winner won. Was it mostly […]

VanderToolen and Zhou impress for GK Hopes Championships titles

July 27, 2018 by Thomas Cluck

After a long season full of hard work and competitions for the next up-and-coming stars of American gymnastics, the Hopes gymnasts shined with their impressive, talented routines on display at the GK Hopes Championships Friday in Columbus. After qualifying Hopes […]

Team USA Clean Sweep at 2017 International Gymnix

March 13, 2017 by Lauren Stevens

Team USA sent its top four juniors to the 2017 International Gymnix in Montreal, Canada this past weekend. The four juniors the US sent were 2016 P&G Championships AA Champion, Maile O’Keefe, Sunisa Lee, Emma Malabuyo, and Gabby Perea. It […]