Greenville University of Illinois intends to add both Women's AND Men's Gymnastics, starting in the fall of 2022. According to the CGA, this would be the first men's program added in 60 years. Greenville competes at the Division III level.
Oregon State's Jade Carey won a gold medal on FX, getting redemption after a miss on VT. Simone Biles returned to competition to win a bronze on BB, with AU's Suni Lee in 5th. Former Michigan star Sam Mikulak was 6th on PB while Stanford's Brody Malone was 4th on HB while former Illini Tyson Bull of Australia was 5th.
Denick has been with the team as a coach for several years and served as Interim Head Coach last season. Hundley is a recent graduate of UF Gymnastics.
Dr. O'Dell is a long time coach and judge.
Carla Ferzoco from Elite Gymnastics Academy has committed to Pitt. In 2019 she finished 4th AA at the L9 Eastern Championships. This season she qualified to L10 Nationals and placed 34th AA
Incoming Auburn Frosh Sunisa Lee won the Gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, holding off Brazil's Rebeca Andrade for the win. Angelina Melnikova was third. Oregon State's Jade Carey was 8th and UCLA's Brooklyn Moors (CAN) was 16th.
Joy in the host country and the young Japanese Daiki Hashimoto won the Gold in the AA. He turns 20 in just a few weeks. China's Xiao Ruteng won the silver with Nikita Nagornyy won the bronze. Stanford's Brody Malone of the US placed 10th, with former Michigan star Sam MIkulak in 12th.
Led by Auburn incoming frosh Suni Lee, the US won the silver medal in the Women's Team Final. The team formed by the Russian Olympic Committee placed first. The US was without the services of star Simone Biles, who shockingly pulled out of the competition after the first event. In her absence, Lee added FX and UCLA signee Jordan Chiles competed AA, along with incoming Ute Grace McClaughlin. The UK won the bronze medal. That squad included Ute commit Amelie Morgan.
Link: USA Gymnastics
The Russia Olympic Committee squad edged host Japan by 0.103 to score the win the Gold in the team finals of the Tokyo Olympics. China finished 3rd, with the US in fifth. The US had problems on FX, helping the UK surpass the American squad.
Simone Biles and Auburn incoming frosh Sunisa Lee placed 1st and 3rd in the AA but numerous mistakes led the US to a 2nd place finish in the team prelims. Lee qualified to the event finals in the AA, UB and BB. Oregon State's Jade Carey qualified to the finals on VT and FX.