In a webcast today, the NCAA announced the team seeds and placements for the 2022 Women's Gymnastics Regional Competitions for both teams and individuals. Teams are listed after the link, in seed order. The last two teams are in the "play-in" round. All Regionals will be on ESPN+.
Oklahoma just edged Florida for the #1 slot in the final Regular Season National Rankings, as compiled by RoadtoNationals.com. OU edged Florida 198.14 to 198.135. A little over a tenth behind is Michigan at 198.015 and then Utah at 197.92.
OU frosh Fuzzy Benas posted the highest AA tally in the NCAA, an 84.5, to lead the Sooners to the win. He also won VT, PB and tied for the FX title with classmate Emre Dodani. OU also picked up wins from Zach Nunez on PH, Spencer Goodell on SR and Jack Freeman on HB.
Link: OU Release
Illinois blasted to the second highest score in the NCAA this year to win the meet hosted by Air Force. The Illini were led by wins from Ian Skirkey on PH and Hamish Carter in the AA (82.9). For Air Force, Oliver Zavel won FX with a strong 14.6. Navy's Isaiah Drake won the VT and HB to lead his squad. Teammate Josh Williams won R while teammate Dhiren Lutchman took the PB.
Link: Air Force Release
Utah State posted a big 197.025 to take the MRGC title for the very first time. USU's Rebecca Wells won the AA title with a 39.4 and teammate Carley Bayles won BB while Aggie Brie Clark took the FX. USU's Maia Fishwick tied for the UB title with Boise St's Emily Muhlenhaupt and SUU's Shylen Murakami. BYU's Sadie Miner-Van Tasell won the VT.
The Sooners posted a big 198.2 to win yet another Big 12 title. Denver's Jessica Hutchinson won the AA title with a 39.625. Olivia Trautman of OU won the VT. On UB, OU's Ragan Smith and Karrie Thomas tied with DU's Rylie Mundell for the title. On BB, DU's Momoko Iwai tied for first with OU's Carly Woodard. On FX, Smith tied for the title with teammate Jordan Bowers and Danielle Sievers, along with Iowa St's Maddie Diab.
Michigan broke 198 once again to win the Big 10 title, their 26th title. MSU continued their rise with 2nd and Iowa placed 3rd, despite competing in Session 1. Michigan 198.2, MSU 197.05, Iowa 196.95, Minnesota 196.725, Ohio St 196.7, Maryland and Nebraska 196.45, Illinois 195.825, Rutgers 195.75, PSU 194.7
Michigan's Abby Heiskell tied for titles on UB and FX en route to a 39.7 AA win. Teammate Sierra Brooks won VT with a 10. Minnesota's Lexy Ramler and Colby Miller shared the UB title with Heiskell. Ramler also tied on BB with Illini Mia Takekawa and UMich's Natalie Wojcik. Minn's Mya Hooten and Iowa's Lauren Guerin also tied with Heiskell for the FX title.
San Jose State capped off a stellar year with a win at the MPSF Championships. They also will move on to Regionals. SJSU's Jada Mazury won the AA with a 39.35 to lead the Spartans. She also won the UB and tied for the FX title with Aggie Megan Ray. Spartan Madison Kirsch won VT while teammate Emma Milne won BB.
Missouri won the first session at the SEC Championships. Missouri's Sienna Schreiber and Kentucky's Raena Worley posted the top AA mark at 39.45. Schreiber posted the top mark on BB while Worley posted the top mark on FX. Worley also tied for the top mark on UB with UGA's Victoria Nguyen. Missouri's Jocelyn Moore was the top vaulter in the session.