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Thursday, 14 August 2014 13:45

2015-16 Yektaparast to UC Davis

Written by Irene

Yasmine Yektaparast, L10 from Edge Gymnastics in California, has committed to UC Davis.  Last season she finished 8th AA at regionals and qualified to the NIT where she finished 1st on beam.



Thursday, 14 August 2014 13:40

2017-18 Hebert to UW

Written by Irene

Kelley Hebert, L10 at Edge Gymnastics in California, has committed to Washington.  Last season, as a first year  L10, Kelley placed 7th AA at the NorCal state meet and qualified to regionals.


Wednesday, 13 August 2014 11:43

2016-17 Jeppesen to USU

Written by Irene

Brittany Jeppesen, L10 at Olympus Gymnastics in Utah, has announced her commitment to Utah State.  Brittany finished 3rd AA at her 2014 state meet and qualified through regionals to a 3rd place AA finish at the NIT.

Personal Website

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 09:07

Missouri Adds Transfer Doherty

Written by Greg

Missouri has added transfer Jordyn Doherty for 2014-2015.  Doherty hails from Kansas City.  She competed on vault and UB for the Hawkeyes, qualifying to Regionals as a individual on vault.   

Link:  Mizzou Release

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 17:43

2016-17 Golison to USU

Written by Irene

Wildfire Gymnastics in California has announced Elle Golison's commitment to Utah State.  In her first year at Level 10, Elle qualified to regionals.


Tuesday, 12 August 2014 15:25

2015-16 Sheppard to Arizona

Written by Irene

Skylar Sheppard, L10 at WOGA in Texas, has committed to Arizona.  She has qualified to regionals every season since her first L10 season in 2011 and she won the 2013 regional vault title.


Saturday, 09 August 2014 10:17

2014-15 Hone to USU

Written by Irene

Miranda Hone, L10 at Go For It in Nevada, has announced her commitment to Utah State.  She was 6th AA at her 2014 state meet and qualified for L10 regionals  for the second consecutive year.


Saturday, 09 August 2014 09:19

Potential Landmark Actions to Change the NCAA

Written by Greg

Two events involving the NCAA could potentially change the face of NCAA sports.

First, the NCAA Board of Director approved a proposal to allow the Big 5 Conferences (ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 12, SEC) more autonomy in setting rules, especially with regard to increased compensation, expanded benefits (e.g. meals), staffing and time demands.  It is widely believed that the non-Big 5 schools will face financial pressure to keep up.  Link:  ESPN 

Second, in the landmark "O'Bannon et al" court case, US District Judge Cynthia Wilkins ruled that the NCAA unreasonably limits trade with respect to player compensation.  The scope of this case was limited to football and basketball.  Specifically, the ruling deals with compensation regarding the use of "Names, Images and Likenesses" (NIL).  This particulaly relates to TV broadcasting rights, and the use of NIL during the broadcast.  Other cases are pending and this one may be appealed.  Link:  USA Today Article

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 18:24

Arizona Hires Paulicivic as an Assistant

Written by Greg

Arizona has hired former Utah standout Meredith (King) Paulicivic as an assistant.  She has been coaching since 1997 at SCEGA in Southern California, where she was the head coach.

Link:  Release

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:10

Bama Hires Lorenz as Assistant

Written by Greg

Alabama has announced the hiring of Bill Lorenz as an assistant, replacing and joining newly promoted Head Coach Dana Duckworth.  Lorenz comes to the Tide after an extensive stint at Ohio State, where he netted National Assistant Coach of the Year honors in 2012. 

Link:  Bama Release

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