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

Week 6 VT leaders:
1. Rachel Slocum, Florida – 9.975
2. Alicia Boren, Florida – 9.950
2. Brenna Dowell, Oklahoma – 9.950
2. Maddie Preston, UCLA – 9.950
5. Mollie Korth, Kentucky – 9.925
5. Britney Ward, Missouri – 9.925
5. Aleeza Yu, Stanford – 9.925
5. Gracie Kramer, UCLA – 9.925

Week 6 UB leaders:
1. Peng-Peng Lee, UCLA – 10.000
1. Madison Kocian, UCLA – 10.000
1. Alex McMurtry, Florida – 10.000
4. Amelia Hundley, Florida – 9.975
4. Kyla Ross, UCLA – 9.975

Week 6 BB leaders:
1. Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA – 9.975
2. Alex McMurtry, Florida – 9.950
2. Sidney Dukes, Kentucky – 9.950
2. Alex Hyland, Kentucky – 9.950
2. Nickie Guerrero, Alabama – 9.950
2. Rachel Stypinski, Kent State – 9.950
2. Morgan Lane, North Carolina – 9.950
2. Chayse Capps, Oklahoma – 9.950
2. Myia Hambrick, LSU – 9.950

Week 6 FX leaders
1. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 10.000
2. Ali Jackson, Oklahoma – 9.975
3. Alicia Boren, Florida – 9.950
3. Ashleigh Gnat, LSU – 9.950
3. Autumn Jorgensen, Southern Utah – 9.950
3. Madison Kocian, UCLA – 9.950
3. Maddie Karr, Denver – 9.950
3. Nikole Addison, Denver – 9.950

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9 thoughts on “NCAA Week 6 Results”

  1. Bad news. Southern Utah’s Danielle Ramirez (senior leader and leading AAer this season) was apparently injured on floor last night. I don’t know the injury but from the coach interview it sounds like it was a season-ending injury.

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  2. I know the story from the UCLA/Stanford meet is UCLA’s score, but did anyone see Ebee Price when her teammate didn’t give her a high-ten after her beam routine? She made this funny, kinda serious face, stood there for a few seconds, then slowly moved her hands forward in a high-ten with no one.

    It made me laugh so hard my mother asked me to laugh more quietly, please.

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  3. Say what you want about overscoring, but UCLA looked very dangerous on Saturday. For the first time, I feel as though there’s a slight chance Oklahoma might not win.

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    1. They looked good, but they have to show they can hit like that more than once (and away from home) before I believe they’re a true contender for the title.

      So far, OU, LSU, and Florida have been consistent. I definitely think UCLA and even Alabama can challenge for a title, but I think they’re one step below the other three.

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      1. It will be interesting with these teams face 4 judges – a little more critical, I don’t think 10’s will be handed out like candy.

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