The NCAA teams have started official practice, and the process of polishing routines and assessing lineups has begun.   Each of the Top 25 teams have some scores to replace from last year's lineups, but some are better off than others.  Here's a quick look at the vacancies as we start official workouts.
The college search for athletes is an individual and tactical quest that will play out differently across the board. If you happen to be that elite prospect that every college coach has his eye on, your biggest challenge will likely be which college to choose! But if you are among the majority of prospects that are lumped into the next level of recruits, your college journey will be a little more challenging.
It is very important to pick the right colleges to target in the recruiting process, as well as be sure to know when to send out your information.
Season is over and now on to summer! What should you be doing to make the most of your time and become the most marketable college gymnastics recruit?
The 2015 Superlatives recognize the effort of gymnasts to go beyond the minimum and add elements of exceptional difficulty.  Only successfully completed and credited skills are listed.  Read more here. 
The Women's final National Rankings are comprised of the Top 12 Finishers at Natinoals, plus the other teams ranked by the total of their Regional Score plus Regional Qualifying Score. 
It's the final push to Nationals for the final 36 teams!  Who will advance from the Regional?  Which Top 12 team will be upset?  It's anyone's guess.  Here's a short preview of a pressure-packed weekend.
The SEC is one of the strongest conferences in women’s gymnastics to date. In the last 10 NCAA National Championships, an SEC team has won the title 9 times. Three different teams within the SEC have held the NCAA National Title: Florida, Georgia and Alabama. In last year’s Super Six (final 6 teams contending for the title), four teams represented the SEC. This year, all 8 SEC teams have consistently held a top 25 spot the entire regular season. With talent, determination, and redemption at an all time high, this year’s SEC Championship in Duluth, GA will be a tight…
We're almost halfway through the season, and we're going to see a switch to the Regional Qualifying Score (RQS) in a few weeks. Now that the jitters and novelty of the new season is wearing off, we're starting to see some clear trends emerge. "Slow Starters" are making big improvements while "Early Leaders" are finding new teams nipping at their heels. As we head into the "mid-point shakeup", here are some observations.
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