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Tuesday, 30 April 2019 05:06

2021-22 Megan Ray to UCDavis

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Megan Ray from South Coast Gymnastics has committed to UC Davis.  She finished 5th AA at the SoCal meet.  She earned the regional beam title and qualified to JOs with her 4th place AA finish.

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Sunday, 28 April 2019 17:22

2020-2021: O'Neill to Air Force

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Cassidy O'Neill has committed to Air Force for 2020-2021.  She's a L10 at Cincinnati Gymnastics.  At the recent Region 5 Level 10 Regionals, she placed 9th AA and tied for 2nd on FX.  She was 31st AA and tied for 6th on VT at the 2018 Level 10 JO Nationals. 

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Sunday, 28 April 2019 17:10

2019-2020: Maryland Adds Three

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Maryland has added Auistynn Lacasse, Sophia LeBlance and Emma Silberman as walkons for 2019-2020, according to a school release.  The commits of all three were covered previously. 

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Mykayla Skinner has announced her decision to resume elite training and test the waters for an Olympic run.  The Utes are holding her spot in the event that she returns in the fall.

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Wednesday, 24 April 2019 14:48

Jordyn Wieber named Head Coach at Arkansas

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Jordyn Wieber, a former Olympian, has been a volunteer assistant at UCLA for thee seasons.

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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 16:01

Joanna Chambers has signed with Alaska

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According to Alaska's tweet, Joanna Chambers has signed with the team.  She trains at Actrotex-Georgetown.  She recently finished 5th AA at regionals.

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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 14:30

Carly Dockendorf named Assistant Coach at Utah

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With the retirement of Megan Marsden, Utah quickly moved to hire Carly Dockendorf as Assistant Coach.  Dockendorf, a former gymnast with UW, coached gymnastics and track and field at SPU.  She joined Utah's staff two years ago as Volunteer Coach.  This season she has been the director of recruiting and development for Utah's gymnastics team.

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Monday, 22 April 2019 13:18

Utah's Megan Marsden Announces Retirement

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Utah co-Head Coach Megan Marsden has announced her retirement after 35 years in coaching. The former Ute standout and National Champion had been co-Head Coach since 2010.  Her husband Greg Marsden retired in 2015.  Current co-Head Coach Tom Farden will take over as the sole Head Coach for the Utes.

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Saturday, 20 April 2019 21:01

Men's: Stanford Upsets OU to Win 2019 Men's Team Title

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Battling through the last event trailing the heavaily favored OU, Stanford rocked their Rings sets to pull out the win, 415.222 to 414.556.  OU was the four time defending champions but suffered too many more serious mistakes.  Nebraska was third at 407.489 and Michigan 4th at 406.354.  Host Illinois was close behind with a 405.358 for fifth, while PSU rounded out the field with a 399.725. 

Saturday, 20 April 2019 17:52

Oklahoma Wins 2019 Women's Team Title

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Oklahoma is your 2019 Women's Team Champion!  They posted a big score of 198.3375 for the win.  LSU was 2nd at 197.825, Defending champ UCLA was 3rd at 197.5375.  DU placed a historic 4th at 197.0.

Friday, 19 April 2019 21:24

Men's NCAA Qualifying Session 2 Results

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Oklahoma won Session 2 of the Men's NCAA Preliminaries, posting a 419.191.  Host Illinois was 2nd at 410.324 and PSU was third at 404.287.  Those three will advance to the finals.  Iowa (404.39), Ohio State (399.754) and Army (383.855) completed the field.  Iowa's Bennet Huang was the session's Top AAer at 80.365.  The Finals are Saturday with OU, Illinois, Michigan, Stanford, Nebraska and PSU. 

Link:  Results

Link:  Illinois Release

Friday, 19 April 2019 18:07

NCAA Finals (W): Individual Champions

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OU's Maggie Nichols posted a 39.7125 to defend her NCAA AA title.  She held off Minnesota's Lexy Ramler and UCLA's Kyla Ross, who tied for 2nd at 39.6625. 

Friday, 19 April 2019 18:05

NCAA Finals (W), Session 2: OU and Denver Advance

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OU won the evening session easily, posting a 197.85 for the win.  Denver also qualified, posting a 197.0375 to hold off Oregon State (196.9).  UGA completed the field at 196.4625.   OU and DU will face UCLA and LSU for an all-out final on Saturday, at 6 pm CT.

Link:  Results

Link:  OU Release

Friday, 19 April 2019 17:49

Men's: NCAA Qualifying Session 1 Results

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Michigan won the first of two qualifying sessions at the Men's NCAAs, posted a 408.389 to beat Stanford (407.588) and Nebraska (405.823).  All three advance to the finals.  Minnesota (396.059), Navy (393.123) and Cal (390.859) rounded out the field. 

Friday, 19 April 2019 12:21

NCAA Finals (W): Semifinal 1 - UCLA, LSU Advance

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UCLA edged LSU 197.675 to 197.5125 to win the first semi-final at the NCAA Championships.  Both teams advance to Saturday's "Four on the Floor" final.  Michigan was not far behind in 3rd at 1972 while Utah completed the field at 196.725. 

Thursday, 18 April 2019 20:34

Men's: Yul Moldauer Wins Nissen-Emery Award

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OU's Yul Moldauer has been named the recipient of the Nissen-Emery Award, given annually to the top senior male gymnast in the NCAA.  He is the 8th recipient from OU.  The two-time NCAA AA champ, he has won 7 individual national titles and 15 All-American awards. 

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