NCAA Week 5 Results

Friday, February 3
Final Score
[10] Kentucky @ [9] Georgia Georgia 196.500
Kentucky 196.150
Towson, William & Mary, Whitewater @
North Carolina
 CANCELED
Bowling Green @ Northern Illinois LIU 194.875
BGSU 192.875
Winona State, Gustavus Adolphus @
UW-Stout
Winona 187.650
Stout 185.700
Gustavus 181.925
Centernary, SEMO @ Iowa State ISU 195.775
SEMO 189.475
Centenary 183.400
UW-Oshkosh @ UW-La Crosse La Crosse 187.650
Oshkosh 181.775
UW-Eau Claire @ Hamline Hamline 183.100
Eau Claire 181.100
[8] Denver, [20] Nebraska, TWU @
[1] Oklahoma
Oklahoma   197.675
Denver 194.500
Nebraska 194.450
TWU 193.050
[24] Arkansas @ [17] Auburn Arkansas 196.375
Auburn 196.075
[3] Florida @ [6] Alabama Alabama 197.825
Florida 197.425
[11] Missouri @ [2] LSU LSU 197.425
Missouri 195.425
[11] Southern Utah @ [11] Boise State BSU 197.025
SUU 194.325
BYU @ Utah State USU 195.850
BYU 194.850
Alaska @ Sacramento State Sac State 194.400
Alaska 190.900
UC Davis @ San Jose State Davis 194.825
SJSU 193.925
Saturday, February 4
Final Score
Pitt, West Chester, Ursinus @ Temple Temple 193.950
Pitt 193.525
WC 191.675
Ursinus 190.850
Brown @ Yale Yale 193.500
Brown 192.225
Ithaca @ Brockport Brockport 189.975
Ithaca 182.300
Bridgeport @ Southern Connecticut Bridgeport 194.075
So Conn. 192.200
[25] West Virginia @ Kent State WVU 195.950
Kent St 194.875
[15] Cal @ [4] Utah Utah 196.450
Cal 195.725
[5] UCLA @ Arizona State UCLA 197.150
ASU 194.600
Michigan State @ Penn State Penn St 195.925
MSU 194.775
Rutgers @ [19] Ohio State OSU 195.775
Rutgers 194.300
[23] Minnesota @ [21] Illinois Illinois 196.025
Minnesota 193.375
[14] Oregon State @ Arizona OSU 196.200
Arizona 195.375
Air Force @ Seattle Pacific Air Force 192.675
SPU 190.550
Sunday, February 5
Final Score
[7] Michigan @ Maryland Michigan 196.475
Maryland 195.625
New Hampshire, Ball State @
[16] George Washington
GW 196.400
UNH 196.075
Towson 194.900
Ball St 194.175
Illinois State @ Central Michigan CMU 194.950
Illinois St. 194.075
NC State, Bridgeport, Cornell @ Penn Bridgeport 194.000
NC State 193.725
Cornell 193.575
Penn 190.950
Springfield, Rhode Island @ Cortland Cortland 188.200
Springfield 187.000
RI 175.025
[22] Iowa @ [20] Nebraska Nebraska 196.825
Iowa 195.725
Western Michigan @ Bowling Green WMU 195.575
Bowling Green 194.800
Lindenwood @ TWU Lindenwood 194.125
TWU 192.900
Eastern Michigan @ Illinois-Chicago EMU 194.550
UIC 193.325
[18] Washington @ Stanford Stanford 195.925
Washington 195.825
Monday, February 6
Final Score
[8] Denver @ [11] Southern Utah

Week 5 top AA:
1. Nichols, Oklahoma – 39.850
2. Winston, Alabama – 39.700
3. Kocian, UCLA – 39.625
4. Baker, Florida – 39.575
5. Skinner, Utah – 39.500
5. Leduc, Illinois – 39.500

Week 5 top VT:
1. Hambrick, LSU – 9.950
1. Gnat, LSU – 9.950
3. Ward, Missouri – 9.925
3. Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.925
3. Guerrero, Alabama – 9.925
3. Slocum, Florida – 9.925
3. Ross, UCLA – 9.925
3. Feely, Bowling Green – 9.925

Week 5 top UB:
1. Price, Stanford – 9.950
1. Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.950
1. Winston, Alabama – 9.950
4. Lehrmann, Oklahoma – 9.925
4. Wofford, Oklahoma – 9.925
4. Bailey, Alabama – 9.925
4. Lee, UCLA – 9.925

Week 5 top BB:
1. Nichols, Oklahoma – 10.000
2. Ross, UCLA – 9.975
3. Kocian, UCLA – 9.950
3. Capps, Oklahoma – 9.950
3. Guerrero, Alabama – 9.950
3. Finnegan, LSU – 9.950
3. Leduc, Illinois – 9.950
3. Gardiner, Oregon State – 9.950
3. Marinez, Michigan – 9.950

Week 5 top FX:

1. Winston, Alabama – 10.000
2. Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.975
2. Chiarelli, Michigan – 9.975
4. Baker, Florida – 9.950
4. Sims, Alabama – 9.950
4. Gnat, LSU – 9.950
4. Skinner, Utah – 9.950
4. Kocian, UCLA – 9.950

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7 thoughts on “NCAA Week 5 Results”

  1. Off topic, but I figure y’all will know if anyone does … I’m likely going to my first ever men’s NCAA meet tomorrow and my Google skills are failing me at finding a guide or 101. Can you point me in the right direction so I have some semblance of a clue what I’m looking at? I know women’s NCAA and a bit of men’s elite, but like … are they still out of 10? Do they have RQSs? Is it 6 up 5 count each event? What is a good team total?

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    1. I don’t know about any of the scoring things, but I remember reading on Road to Nationals that the men use a national qualifying score instead of the RQS. Road to Nationals could probably answer most of your other questions as well (not sure about the 6-up, 5-count one, but other than that).

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    2. Scores are not out of a 10 but use the open-ended international scoring system. I don’t know whether there are any adjustments to the code for college, but for some reason I don’t think so. (So, there’s a difficulty component, and then an execution score that starts from 10, and you add the two together). What counts as a good score varies by event, but in the range of 14 or 15 is good – the scores aren’t all bunched up within a few 10ths like in women’s. I’d suggest looking at some score sheets at Road to Nationals to get an idea of what’s a good overall score, and what’s a good score by event. Here’s one, for the meet between #1 Oklahoma, #8 Air Force & #20 SC United (club team with gymnasts from a variety of SoCal colleges & universities): http://roadtonationals.com/results/meetM.php?t=29&m=5630 There are 21 ranked teams so this should give a good idea of the range!

      Have fun!

      I remember at Nationals there was no throw-away score, and in the FAQ at road to nationals it says something about needing at least some of your meets for RQS to be 5 up, 5 count, so I’m guessing that during the regular season, they do some meets with a throw-away score, and some without.

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