Sunday Live Blog – February 19, 2017

Sunday, February 19
Scores Watch
12:00 ET/9:00 PT – UW-La Crosse @ Illinois State
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Central Michigan @ Kent State LINK FREE
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Temple @ New Hampshire LINK ESPN3
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Cortland @ Brockport FREE
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Ithaca @ Springfield FREE
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – [9] Kentucky, William & Mary, Penn @ Maryland LINK BTN+
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – Penn State, Western Michigan, Sacramento State @ TWU LINK FREE
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – Brown, Seattle Pacific @ Lindenwood LINK FREE
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Rutgers @ Illinois-Chicago LINK
3:30 ET/12:30 PT – [20] George Washington, [22] Iowa @ [2] LSU LINK SEC+
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [25] Arizona @ [14] Washington LINK P12
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – Alaska @ UC Davis LINK FREE

Remember that UCLA/Utah meet last night? I know. Me too. I just started laughing again. #neverforget

Anyway, there are no rules in this house anymore, so I can’t wait to see what happens next. Continue reading Sunday Live Blog – February 19, 2017

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Saturday Live Blog – February 18, 2017

Saturday, February 18
Scores Watch
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – West Chester @ Cornell Ivy $
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Stanford @ Arizona State LINK P12
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [24] West Virginia @ [19] Ohio State LINK OSU $
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – Ball State @ Bowling Green LINK FB
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – UW-Oshkosh @ UW-Whitewater LINK FREE
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – [12] Oregon State @ [18] Cal LINK P12
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – Minnesota @ [11] Denver LINK
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – San Jose State @ Air Force FREE
10:00 ET/7:00 PT – [4] UCLA @ [5] Utah LINK ESPNU

Saturday means it’s the Pac-12’s turn. The number to beat is 198.350. AH HA HA HA STAB.

The big showdown with UCLA/Utah is later, but before that, we have Stanford’s visit to Arizona State, which is interesting for a number of reasons. And by interesting, I mean harrowing. Stanford has three road meets remaining, and its current road scores are 194.175, 194.150 and 193.800. None of those can be allowed to count, so we’re into the land of urgency starting today. Today really needs to be at least in the 195s. That should be asking nothing of this team (Price! The McNairs!), but we know from experience this year that it’s asking a lot.

Meanwhile, Arizona State got a season-high 195.100 last week, and the scores do appear to be on the upswing. The team-high during the reign of Rene the Impaler was 195.375, so while ASU’s numbers aren’t high enough for regionals contention at this point, beating that score seems an attainable short-term goal. Continue reading Saturday Live Blog – February 18, 2017

Friday Live Blog – February 17, 2017

Friday, February 17
Scores Watch
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – [16] Nebraska, Brown, Seattle Pacific, Lindenwood (@ St. Charles, MO) LINK FLOG
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – Yale, Springfield, Rhode Island @ Southern Connecticut SC $
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – [3] Florida @ [23] Arkansas LINK SEC
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – NC State @ [8] Michigan LINK FREE
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – [22] Iowa, Maryland, William & Mary, Pitt @ [20] George Washington LINK A10 $
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – New Hampshire @ North Carolina LINK ACC
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – Eastern Michigan @ Northern Illinois LINK NIU $
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – Hamline @ UW-Stout LINK FREE
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – [1] Oklahoma, [2] LSU, [10] Georgia, [15] Missouri (@ St. Charles, MO) LINK FLOG
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – Centenary @ SEMO LINK FREE
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – Illinois State, Gustavus Adolphus @ Iowa State LINK ISU $
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – UW-Eau Claire @ Winona State FREE
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – Michigan State @ [21] Illinois LINK FREE
8:30 ET/5:30 PT – [17] Auburn @ [6] Alabama LINK SEC
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – [7] Boise State @ Utah State LINK FLOG
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – BYU @ [13] Southern Utah LINK FREE
10:00 ET/7:00 PT – Alaska @ UC Davis LINK FREE

Opening proceedings today was the first session of the annual GymQuarters Yellow Font Mardi Gras Something Or Other. It’s obviously not a spelling test because I found this little winner on the event site.

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Nebraska managed a season-high out of this one with 197.125, which drops a 194.475 and makes the RQS picture look much more presentable. They still have a 194.800 hanging around (and a 195.700) but three meets left to get rid of them. Continue reading Friday Live Blog – February 17, 2017

NCAA Week 7 Results

Friday, February 17
Final Score
[16] Nebraska, Brown, Seattle Pacific, Lindenwood Nebraska 197.125
LU 194.000
Brown 193.350
SPU 191.000
Yale, Springfield, Rhode Island @ So. Conn. Yale 192.450
SCSU 188.050
Springfield 185.100
RI 179.350
[3] Florida @ [23] Arkansas Florida 197.125
Arkansas 195.200
NC State @ [8] Michigan Michigan 197.225
NC State 193.225
[22] Iowa, Maryland, William & Mary, Pitt @ [20] GW Iowa 196.400
GW 196.050
Maryland 195.275
Pitt 194.725
W&M 192.725
New Hampshire @ North Carolina UNC 195.875
UNH 195.075
Eastern Michigan @ Northern Illinois NIU 195.525
EMU 195.325
Hamline @ UW-Stout Stout 186.425
Hamline 182.250
[1] Oklahoma, [2] LSU, [10] Georgia, [15] Missouri Oklahoma 198.350
LSU 197.700
Georgia 196.975
Missouri 196.350
Centenary @ SEMO SEMO 190.750
Centenary 187.950
Illinois State, Gustavus Adolphus @ Iowa State Iowa State 195.625
Illinois St 192.700
Gustavus 186.275
UW-Eau Claire @ Winona State Winona 188.400
Eau Claire 184.475
Michigan State @ [21] Illinois Illinois 196.550
MSU 194.025
17] Auburn @ [6] Alabama Alabama 197.350
Auburn 196.450
[7] Boise State @ Utah State BSU 196.700
Utah State 196.300
BYU @ [13] Southern Utah SUU 194.825
BYU 194.450
Alaska @ UC Davis Davis 194.900
Alaska 189.350
Saturday, February 18
Final Score
West Chester @ Cornell Cornell 194.500
WC 192.025
Stanford @ Arizona State Stanford 195.775
ASU 195.200
[24] West Virginia @ [19] Ohio State OSU 196.075
WVU 195.800
Ball State @ Bowling Green BGSU 194.950
Ball St 193.625
UW-Oshkosh @ UW-Whitewater Whitewater 192.400
Oshkosh 184.425
[12] Oregon State @ [18] Cal Cal 197.075
OSU 196.825
Minnesota @ [11] Denver Denver 197.150
Minnesota 196.075
San Jose State @ Air Force SJSU 194.950
Air Force 193.225
[4] UCLA @ [5] Utah Utah 197.875
UCLA 197.500
Sunday, February 19
Final Score
UW-La Crosse @ Illinois State Illinois St 193.950
La Crosse 190.975
Central Michigan @ Kent State CMU 195.775
Kent State 195.675
Temple @ New Hampshire UNH 196.450
Temple 194.350
Cortland @ Brockport Brockport 192.300
Cortland 188.825
Ithaca @ Springfield Springfield 188.950
Ithaca 185.800
[9] Kentucky, William & Mary, Penn @ Maryland Kentucky 195.850
Maryland 195.475
Penn 193.425
W&M 192.825
Penn State, Western Michigan, Sac State @ TWU TWU 196.000
Sac State 195.550
WMU 195.575
Penn St 194.550
Brown, Seattle Pacific @ Lindenwood Lindenwood 195.325
Brown 193.325
SPU 192.300
Rutgers @ Illinois-Chicago UIC 194.275
Rutgers 194.200
[20] George Washington, [22] Iowa @ [2] LSU LSU 197.975
GW 196.100
Iowa 194.200
[25] Arizona @ [14] Washington Washington 197.175
Arizona 195.425
Alaska @ UC Davis Davis 195.100
Alaska 192.700
Monday, February 20
Final Score
Utah State, Bridgeport @ [4] UCLA UCLA 195.875
USU 195.700
Bridgeport 193.225
Towson @ Eastern Michigan EMU 196.000
Towson 193.075

Week 7 AA leaders:
1. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 39.925
2. MyKayla Skinner, Utah – 39.675
3. Chayse Capps, Oklahoma – 39.575
3. Hailey Burleson, Washington – 39.575
5
. Rachel Dickson, Georgia – 39.550
5. Madison Kocian, UCLA – 39.550 (Meet 1)
5. Kennedi Edney, LSU – 39.550 (Meet 1)
Continue reading NCAA Week 7 Results

Things Are Happening – February 16, 2017

A. Weekend schedule

Friday, February 17
Scores Watch
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – [16] Nebraska, Brown, Seattle Pacific, Lindenwood (@ St. Charles, MO)  LINK FLOG
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – Yale, Springfield, Rhode Island @ Southern Connecticut FREE
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – [3] Florida @ [23] Arkansas LINK SEC
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – NC State @ [8] Michigan LINK FREE
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – [22] Iowa, Maryland, William & Mary, Pitt @ [20] George Washington LINK A10 $
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – New Hampshire @ North Carolina LINK ACC
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – Eastern Michigan @ Northern Illinois LINK NIU $
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – Hamline @ UW-Stout LINK FREE
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – [1] Oklahoma, [2] LSU, [10] Georgia, [15] Missouri (@ St. Charles, MO) LINK FLOG
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – Centenary @ SEMO LINK FREE
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – Illinois State, Gustavus Adolphus @ Iowa State LINK ISU $
7:30 ET/4:30 PT – UW-Eau Claire @ Winona State FREE
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – Michigan State @ [21] Illinois LINK FREE
8:30 ET/5:30 PT – [17] Auburn @ [6] Alabama LINK SEC
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – [7] Boise State @ Utah State LINK FLOG
9:00 ET/6:00 PT – BYU @ [13] Southern Utah LINK FREE
10:00 ET/7:00 PT – Alaska @ UC Davis LINK FREE
Saturday, February 18
Scores Watch
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – West Chester @ Cornell Ivy $
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Stanford @ Arizona State LINK P12
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [24] West Virginia @ [19] Ohio State LINK OSU $
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – Ball State @ Bowling Green LINK FB
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – UW-Oshkosh @ UW-Whitewater LINK FREE
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – [12] Oregon State @ [18] Cal LINK P12
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – Minnesota @ [11] Denver LINK
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – San Jose State @ Air Force FREE
10:00 ET/7:00 PT – [4] UCLA @ [5] Utah LINK ESPNU
10:15 ET/7:15 PT – Winter Cup Finals LINK USAG
Sunday, February 19
Scores Watch
12:00 ET/9:00 PT – UW-La Crosse @ Illinois State
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Central Michigan @ Kent State LINK FREE
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Temple @ New Hampshire ESPN3
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Cortland @ Brockport FREE
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Ithaca @ Springfield FREE
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – [9] Kentucky, William & Mary, Penn @ Maryland BTN+
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – Penn State, Western Michigan, Sacramento State @ TWU LINK FREE
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – Brown, Seattle Pacific @ Lindenwood LINK FREE
3:00 ET/12:00 PT – Rutgers @ Illinois-Chicago LINK
3:30 ET/12:30 PT – [20] George Washington, [22] Iowa @ [2] LSU LINK SEC+
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [25] Arizona @ [14] Washington P12
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – Alaska @ UC Davis LINK FREE
Monday, February 20
Scores Watch
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – Utah State, Bridgeport @ [4] UCLA LINK P12
6:00 ET/3:00 PT – Towson @ Eastern Michigan LINK EMU $

This Friday goes a little differently, with the usual packed SEC Network slate giving way to the Gym Quarters Invitational presented by “We’re totally the new Metroplex, you guys.” It features Oklahoma, LSU, Georgia and Missouri in the evening session, following a day session headlined by Nebraska. Coverage is behind the paywall at Aunt Flo, but don’t worry, I’ve got you with the live blog.

With that meet, Florida and Alabama holding up their usual end of the bargain in SEC Network action, and a rare Michigan appearance on a Friday, the day is just as packed with teams as we would want but without too, too many meets to try to follow at once. Saturday brings its own comfortably spread-out affair culminating in the big UCLA/Utah clash. Very charitably, LSU has a rare Sunday meet to give us a truly full weekend. Continue reading Things Are Happening – February 16, 2017

Best Routine of Week 6 Poll

Congratulations to our week 5 champion, Maddie Gardiner’s beam, which used a campaign boost from Oregon State to cruise to victory over Britney Ward’s vault in second and Kiana Winston’s floor in third. The race for third was close, with Winston’s floor just edging Price’s bars and Nichols’ beam.

ROUTINE OF THE WEEK 1st 2nd 3rd
Week 1 Skinner, FX Edney, VT Nichols, UB
Week 2 Ward, VT PP Lee, BB Hambrick, FX
Week 3 Artz, FX Childers, BB Skinner, VT
Week 4 Ross, UB McMurtry, VT PP Lee, UB
Week 5 Gardiner, BB Ward, VT Winston, FX
Week 6

To the vote for week 6, a week replete with 10 after 10 after 10. After 10. After 10.

So, welcome to perfect score week! This week, the nominees are all the routines that received either 10.000 or 9.975 over the weekend, and it’s your job to rank them from most-deserving to least-deserving routine by way of your vote.

(There were nine routines that fit this criterion, and since I usually do ten nominees, I added Preston’s vault, which did also technically receive a perfect score of 9.950.) Continue reading Best Routine of Week 6 Poll

RQS Outlook 2017

RQS season approaches. Gird your loins. In preparation for this most hallowed of unnecessarily complicated seasons beginning next Monday, this is a breakdown of where all the teams currently stand in the RQS picture.

For a refresher (or just a fresher) on how RQS works, please see the RQS Explained page.

Note: A handful of significant teams still don’t have enough meets for RQS as of today, so the current RQS rankings found at the bottom of each team’s table will overstate the actual position of many for the time being. Scores in bold are guaranteed to be included among the six and can no longer be bumped out.

I’ve included my RQS Calculator (Excel file) here for download if you’d like to play around with it yourself to input scores as they come in or check potential scores to see how they would change the rankings. (HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY.) Reader Kaitlyn also has some excellent color-coded Google spreadsheets on team averages and home/away event scores and RQS calculation if you’d like to check those out.

1. OKLAHOMA
Road Score 1  198.075
Road Score 2  197.925
Road Score 3  197.425
Home/Road Score 1  198.025
Home/Road Score 2  197.750
Home/Road Score 3  197.675
RQS  197.760
Current RQS rank  1
2. LSU
Road Score 1 197.700
Road Score 2 197.575
Road Score 3 197.475
Home/Road Score 1 197.825
Home/Road Score 2 197.475
Home/Road Score 3 197.425
RQS 197.530
Current RQS rank 2
3. FLORIDA
Road Score 1 197.425
Road Score 2 197.325
Road Score 3 197.100
Home/Road Score 1 197.975
Home/Road Score 2 197.700
Home/Road Score 3 197.600
RQS 197.430
Current RQS rank 3

The top three teams are in perfectly fine shape and could basically coast for the rest of the regular season and still be comfortable getting a #1 seed at a regional, at least if that were their ultimate goal. The major difference among the three at this point is the road scores, accounting for Oklahoma’s superiority and which Florida will have to pick up to challenge the other two.

For next Monday’s rankings, Oklahoma is already guaranteed to retain the #1 ranking, but Florida could move up on LSU. Continue reading RQS Outlook 2017

Week 6 Rankings and Notes

WEEK 6 RANKINGS
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 1. Oklahoma 197.813
  • 198.075 is OU’s second time breaking 198 this season
  • Sooners expand lead heading into RQS season
  • Nichols wins AA (BUT WHAT???), records first 10.000 on FX
  • Jackson’s FX 9.975, Dowell’s VT 9.950, Capps’ BB 9.950 also lead
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 2. LSU 197.579
  • 197.700 is LSU’s highest total since season-opener
  • Edney wins AA again with 39.500
  • 9.950s from Hambrick (BB), Gnat (FX)
  • Harrold debuts in the VT lineup with 1.5
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 3. Florida 197.521
  • Season-high 197.975 at home to beat Georgia
  • McMurtry scores third career 10.000 on UB
  • 9.975s from Hundley (UB) and Slocum (VT) are career-highs
  • Boren wins AA with 39.725
green-up-arrow 4. UCLA 197.025
  • 198.125 is the top score in the country so far this year
  • Team’s highest total since March 2004
  • Crack ain’t just for red states…
  • First career 10.000s for Kocian, Lee (UB)
  • 9.975s for Ohashi (BB) and Ross (UB)
reddownarrow 5. Utah 196.879
  • Utes fall behind the Bruins with 196.525 loss to Oregon State
  • 9.900s from Skinner on VT, FX lead team
  • Fall behind after counting two 9.775s on UB
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 6. Alabama 196.725
  • Returns to earth a bit with 197.050 loss to Kentucky
  • Winston leads team AA with 39.500
  • Guerrero 9.950 on BB is team’s high score
  • Mahoney returns to UB lineup with 9.900
green-up-arrow 7. Boise State 196.405
  • Second-straight 197 bumps Boise State up to 7th
  • Remme leads with 39.475 AA, 9.925 on BB
  • Mejia leads UB with 9.925
reddownarrow 8. Michigan 196.338
  • Another week, another counting fall on UB
  • Michigan scrapes 196.025 but falls one spot
  • Artz wins AA with 39.575, FX with 9.925
  • Karas returns to AA (PHEW) with 9.875 on UB
green-up-arrow 9. Kentucky 196.257
  • Another week, another program record: 197.475
  • Korth, Hyland, Dukes go 1,2,3 in AA
  • 9.950s from Dukes, Hyland on BB are team’s high scores
reddownarrow 10. Georgia 196.229
  • Hovers around 49.1s for a hit meet and a 196.525
  • 9.900 from Babalis on beam (BEAM) is team’s top score
  • Snead returns on UB, and there was much rejoicing
green-up-arrow 11. Denver 196.161
  • Leapfrogs OSU with 197.125 win over Boise State
  • Karr wins AA with season-high 39.675
  • 9.950s for Karr and Addison on FX
  • 9.925 from Ogden takes UB to 49.400
reddownarrow 12. Oregon State 196.075
  • Drop one place despite 196.550 in win over Utah
  • McMillan ties for AA win w/ Skinner, leads team with 9.925 FX
  • McMillan ties for team lead on VT, UB, BB as well
  • McMillan, McMillan, McMillan
green-up-arrow 13. Southern Utah 195.940
  • A week of 196.7s puts SUU right back in the mix
  • 15 different gymnasts compete routines
  • Jorgensen takes FX with 9.950, Madison McBride UB with 9.925
green-up-arrow 14. Washington 195.875
  • 196.750 is the team’s highest total since March 2004 (a theme?)
  • Burleson wins AA with 39.425
  • Duranczyk scores career-high 9.950 on UB
reddownarrow 15. Missouri 195.861
  • Tigers drop after 195.725 quad meet win
  • Mistakes on UB drop total out of 196 contention
  • Ward’s 9.925 on VT leads team, obviously
green-up-arrow 16. Nebraska 195.729
  • Nebraska rights itself with second-straight score over 196.5
  • Laeng takes AA title with 39.325
  • 9.900 on BB from Schweihofer leads team
reddownarrow 17. Auburn 195.718
  • Counting UB mistake sends Auburn to 195.725
  • Otherwise team was on mid-196 pace
  • 9.900 on BB from Krippner was team’s high number
reddownarrow 18. Cal 195.708
  • Cal drops three spots after 195.325 loss to Arizona
  • Counting UB fall strikes again
  • Big VT scores of 9.900 after sticks from Peterson, Robinson
reddownarrow 19. Ohio State 195.646
  • Sneak win over Penn State with 195.950
  • Counting 9.6s on BB takes away a 196
  • 9.925s from Mattern (FX), Hofland (UB) lead team
reddownarrow 20. George Washington 195.613
  • Fall six ranking spots after 194.350
  • 0.000 on VT, followed by 9.5s, then 9.6s on UB destroy score
  • 9.825s on BB from Winstanley, Pfeiler are team highs
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 21. Illinois 195.517
  • Second week into the 196s with 196.050 loss to Iowa
  • Leduc’s 9.875 on FX is team high, followed by raft of 9.850s on VT BB
  • Leduc wins AA with 39.350
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 22. Iowa 195.489
  • For a sixth-straight week, since coaches poll, Iowa is stuck at #22
  • Season-high 196.475 in tri-meet win
  • Metcalf’s 9.925 on BB leads the team
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 23. Arkansas 195.467
  • Despite having 1.75 total working legs, Arkansas hits 196 zone again
  • Garner records career-high 9.900 on UB
  • McGlone crashes into VT table in warmups, makes me 100% pee pants
equal-sign-clip-art-5pypjt-clipart 24. West Virginia 195.108
  • WVU clings to #24 despite poor 194.575
  • Three BB mistakes lead to 47.675, with no chance of survival
  • 9.875s from Goldberg, Wright on UB
green-up-arrow 25. Arizona 195.038
  • Jumps back into top 25 after 196.100 in win over Cal
  • Score includes counting a BB fall
  • 9.925 from Schneider on FX leads

Full rankings at RTN.

Theme of the week: gargantuan scores. Three teams scored over 197.9, four 10s were awarded along with a further five 9.975s, and in all eighteen 10s were given out by individual judges. We’re currently on pace to challenge the twenty-seven 10s awarded during 2014. It’s still nowhere near 2003-2004 levels, but there’s still time! (He says, pulling his own skin off.) Continue reading Week 6 Rankings and Notes

Saturday Live Blog – February 11, 2017

Saturday, February 11
Scores Watch
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Bridgeport, Ithaca, Brockport @ Cornell Ivy $
1:00 ET/10:00 PT – Springfield @ West Chester
2:00 ET/11:00 PT – [7] Michigan @ Michigan State LINK BTN+
2:30 ET/11:30 PT – New Hampshire @ Bowling Green LINK FB
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [19] Nebraska @ Minnesota LINK BTN
4:00 ET/1:00 PT – [18] Ohio State @ Penn State LINK FREE
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – Stanford @ [5] UCLA LINK P12
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – [4] Utah @ [11] Oregon State LINK P12
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – [21] Illinois, UIC @ [22] Iowa LINK? BTN+
5:00 ET/2:00 PT – Arizona State @ [17] Washington LINK P12
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – Maryland, Yale, Penn @ Rutgers LINK
7:00 ET/4:00 PT – BYU, Centenary @ TWU LINK FREE
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – [8] Boise State @ [12] Denver LINK DU $
8:00 ET/5:00 PT – UC Davis, Seattle Pacific @ Air Force FREE

It’s Pac-12 day! The other top teams did not keep their 9.9s to themselves like proper children last night (but we’re so sickkkkk, we have pollliioooo), so there’s a lot of crazy 197 work to do for the others to keep pace today. When you’re giving out 18 scores of 9.950-10.000 in a single day, the standard of evaluation just isn’t strict enough. Continue reading Saturday Live Blog – February 11, 2017

NCAA Week 6 Results

Friday, February 10
Final Score
[9] Georgia @ [3] Florida Florida 197.975
Georgia 196.525
[6] Alabama @ [10] Kentucky Kentucky 197.475
Alabama 197.050
Kent State @ Eastern Michigan EMU 195.750
Kent State 195.550
North Carolina, Pitt, William & Mary @ NC State UNC 195.675
NC State 195.025
Pitt 194.075
W & M 193.025
UW-Stout @ UW-La Crosse La Crosse 190.200
Stout 187.500
[14] GW, [25] ISU, Lindenwood @ [13] Missouri Missouri 195.725
ISU 195.350
GW 194.350
Lindenwood 194.100
 SEMO, Whitewater, Eau Claire v. Winona State Whitewater 188.900
SEMO 187.575
Winona 186.850
Eau Claire 185.075
Hamline @ Gustavus Adolphus Gustavus 184.600
Hamline 184.350
[1] Oklahoma v. [16] Auburn Oklahoma 198.075
Auburn 195.275
[2] LSU @ [23] Arkansas LSU 197.700
Arkansas 196.325
[15] Cal @ Arizona Arizona 196.100
Cal 195.325
Utah State @ [20] Southern Utah SUU 196.725
Utah State 195.725
Sacramento State @ San Jose State SJSU 195.200
Sac State 193.900
Saturday, February 11
Final Score
Bridgeport, Ithaca, Brockport @ Cornell Cornell 194.450
Bridgeport 193.225
Brockport 189.550
Ithaca 189.150
Springfield @ West Chester WC 194.400
Springfield 189.300
[7] Michigan @ Michigan State Michigan 196.025
MSU 195.625
New Hampshire @ Bowling Green UNH 194.700
BG 193.850
[19] Nebraska @ Minnesota Nebraska 196.550
Minnesota 194.900
[18] Ohio State @ Penn State OSU 195.950
PSU 195.850
Stanford @ [5] UCLA UCLA 198.125
Stanford 194.175
[4] Utah @ [11] Oregon State OSU 196.550
Utah 196.525
[21] Illinois, UIC @ [22] Iowa Iowa 196.475
Illinois 196.050
UIC 192.625
Arizona State @ [17] Washington Washington 196.750
ASU 195.100
Maryland, Yale, Penn @ Rutgers Maryland 195.050
Rutgers 194.150
Yale 193.050
Penn 190.825
BYU, Centenary @ TWU TWU 195.625
BYU 195.450
Centenary 191.300
[8] Boise State @ [12] Denver Denver 197.125
Boise State 197.075
UC Davis, Seattle Pacific @ Air Force Davis 194.625
AF 194.500
SPU 190.425
Sunday, February 12
Final Score
Central Michigan @ Ball State Ball State 195.425
CMU 194.050
Northern Illinois @ Western Michigan NIU 195.350
WMU 193.800
Cortland @ Ursinus Ursinus 189.675
Cortland 185.975
Southern Connecticut, Rhode Island @ Brown Brown 192.650
SCSU 190.850
RI 177.650
[24] West Virginia, Temple, North Carolina @ Towson UNC 195.525
Towson 195.025
WVU 194.575
Temple 193.575
SEMO @ Illinois State ISU 193.475
SEMO 191.875

Week 6 AA leaders:
1. Alicia Boren, Florida – 39.725
2. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 39.675
2. Maddie Karr, Denver – 39.675
4. Mollie Korth, Kentucky – 39.625
5. Nicole Artz, Michigan – 39.575
5. Madison Kocian, UCLA – 39.575 Continue reading NCAA Week 6 Results

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