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)

Week 7 VT leaders:
1. Maddie Karr, Denver – 10.000
2. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.975
2. Brenna Dowell, Oklahoma – 9.975
2. Emma McLean, Michigan – 9.975
5. Ashleigh Gnat, LSU – 9.950 (Meet 1)
5. Mollie Korth – Kentucky – 9.950
5. Kennedi Edney, LSU – 9.950 (Meet 2)

Week 7 UB leaders:
1. Kyla Ross, UCLA – 10.000 (Meet 1)
2. Alex McMurtry, Florida – 9.975
2. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.975
4. Paige Zaziski, Michigan – 9.950
4. Rachel Dickson, Georgia – 9.950
4. McKenzie Wofford, Oklahoma – 9.950
4. Elizabeth Price, Stanford – 9.950
4. Lexie Priessman, LSU – 9.950 (Meet 2)
4. Victoria Ortiz, Arizona – 9.950
4. Peng Peng Lee, UCLA – 9.950 (Meet 2)

Week 7 BB leaders:
1. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 10.000
1. Kyla Ross, UCLA – 10.000 (Meet 2)
3. Nickie Guerrero, Alabama – 9.975
4. Stefani Catour, Oklahoma – 9.950
4. Sarah Finnegan, LSU – 9.950 (Meet 1)
4. Ashlyn Broussard, Georgia – 9.950 (Meet 1)
4. Mollie Drenth, Iowa – 9.950 (Meet 1)
4
. Maddie Gardiner, Oregon State – 9.950
4
. Madison Kocian, UCLA – 9.950 (Meet 1)
4. Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA – 9.950 (Meet 1)
4. Sarah Finnegan, LSU – 9.950 (Meet 2)
4. Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA – 9.950 (Meet 2)

Week 7 FX leaders:
1. Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma – 9.975
1. Ashleigh Gnat, LSU – 9.975 (Meet 1)
1. Ali Jackson, Oklahoma – 9.975
1. McKenna Kelley, LSU – 9.975 (Meet 2)
5. Taylor Houchin, Nebraska – 9.950
5. Alicia Boren, Florida – 9.950
5. Autumn Jorgensen, Southern Utah – 9.950
5. MyKayla Skinner, Utah – 9.950
5. McKenna Merrell, Utah – 9.950
5. Baely Rowe, Utah – 9.950
5. Hailey Burleson, Washington – 9.950

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20 thoughts on “NCAA Week 7 Results”

  1. Couple of questions:

    1. What is up with Cal’s Jessica Howe? Will she compete this season or is she red-shirting?

    2. Why did three UCLA gymnasts take a private charter jet to Utah and the rest of the team flew in later on a commercial airline? Who are the UCLA special three?

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    1. It wasn’t just three. I believe 16 total flew on the private jet — coaches and competing gymnasts. The rest of the team/staff had to fly out early Saturday morning due to the rain.

      The teams original flight on Friday was cancelled due to weather. I live in LA and the storm shut down everything — insane rain and wind all day Friday. UCLA scrambled and secured a private plane that could leave late (after the worst of the storm passed) and the rest were originally supposed to fly out of Palm Springs. They missed the Palm Springs flight (driving conditions were horrendous and Palm Springs is a trek) and so they caught a flight out of Ontario.

      UCLA should have planned it better and rescheduled to fly out either Thursday night or early Friday morning, so I do blame the university for poor planning. But there was no special treatment for just three gymnasts.

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      1. Thanks for the reply. When I originally posted I had just heard bits and pieces from various commenters online. Managed to see the meet (love you Nastiafan) and learned more details about numbers today (Sunday).

        Though I did wonder perhaps the three seniors (Angi, Hallie and Peng) were able to “special” flying conditions. Is there another senior who regularly competes that I’m forgetting?

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  2. Shouldn’t both Mykayla Skinner and Madison Kocian be on the AA leaderboard? I think Skinner went 39.675 and Kocian went 39.55 last night.

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  3. Not sure if anyone went back and watched but Kyla really did dance her way out of the front walkover wobble. (I saw someone mention it on twitter, but like you almost buy the cherography like Elle woods bend and snap)

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      1. Oh not saying that at all! 9.95 is a bit cray. It was just an impressive “dance out” considering how off balance she was. It was almost a fluid movement all the way thru!

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  4. There’s also ONE SENIOR on the all around rankings. Tbh If all the freshmen were seniors I wouldn’t be surprised. But they’re freshmen and they’re going to continue being amazing because why not.

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    1. I’m a little worried that some of these ex-elite gymnasts are going to have injuries. They are not used to competing every week, especially All-Around. I’m hoping they can stay healthy, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of them missing seasons (or partial seasons) due to injury (similar to Kupets tearing her Achilles her junior year).

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    1. I agree! I really wish conferences would actually look at all factors of a meet and athlete instead of just handing out gymnast/specialist/freshman of the week to the individual who had the highest score. What about someone competing AA for the first time and hitting it out of the park? What about a gymnast who competes for a lesser-known team and thus doesn’t get the scores building before her? What about a gymnast not competing in a 9.975/10 crazy meet?

      I’ve noticed it with the SEC weekly awards. I think the SIDs just look at the scores and vote based on highest score without putting any thought into it. It drives me crazy.

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      1. Yes! Last week Kocian had the highest AA, and she was freshman of the week while McMillian from OSU was gymnast of the week! So there is hope 😉

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  5. Week 7 with RQS if the season ended today:
    This is the Washington Regional —

    UCLA
    Georgia
    Washington (3rd seed and host)
    Cal
    Minnesota
    Stanford

    I seriously don’t think Minnesota or Stanford have a chance this year, but if they both hit they can reach 197, as can Cal.

    UCLA should easily win this with a mid to high 197 (or a cray-cray 198), but picking the other NCAA qualifier is like a game of 52-pickup — just throw them up and see where they land.

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