Only the Best – Week 3

The 10s

Madison Kocian (UCLA) – Bars

The 9.975s

Sarah Finnegan (LSU) – Bars

Olivia Trautman (Oklahoma) – Floor

MyKayla Skinner (Utah) – Vault

Maddie Karr (Denver) – Bars

Norah Flatley (UCLA) – Bars

Cairo Leonard-Baker (Arizona State) – Bars

The 9.950s

Natalie Wojcik (Michigan) – Beam

Lexie Priessman (LSU) – Bars

Trinity Thomas (Florida) – Floor

Sarah Finnegan (LSU) – Floor

Evanni Roberson (Washington) – Beam

Jovannah East (Bowling Green) – Beam

Lexy Ramler (Minnesota) – Beam

Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma) – Beam

Sabrina Garcia (Penn State) – Bars

Kaitlyn Schou (Denver) – Beam

Kirah Koshinski (West Virginia) – Vault

Nia Dennis (UCLA) – Vault

Kyla Ross (UCLA) – Bars

Kyla Ross (UCLA) – Floor

Marz Frazier (UCLA) – Floor

Katelyn Ohashi (UCLA) – Floor

9 thoughts on “Only the Best – Week 3”

  1. 2 of 3 landings for Thomas weren’t solid and she goes 9.95? Kathy losing her mind over the routine without mentioning said landings just makes it more laughable. Unearned scores, on the road no less = nuMcMurtry

  2. Love all these gymnasts, shame on those judges for overscoring almost every single one of them

    1. Kirah Koshinski at UCLA, LSU, Florida, Georgia, etc. would easily be a 10. Sucks NCAA is never really an even playing field.

  3. I love this concept; highlighting the best routines each week! However, you have an amazing oppurtunity to add the routines that should have score 9.975 or 10.0 but weren’t and to skip the routines that were overscored. By including overscored routines, you may just add to the Carol scoring system that seems to be gaining popularity in NCAA Gymnastics.

  4. it’s harder to be happy for the gymnasts than angry about the scoring so i’m going to do the latter. pssshh

  5. I’m glad we’re talking about scoring issues in NCAA gym. I just hope we keep it positive for the gymnasts and direct our frustration at the judges. It isn’t the fault of the gymnasts when they get overscored. They work so hard and they’re doing the sport and us fans proud. Even if it’s not your team, let’s celebrate the gymnasts and their athleticism and save our anger and frustration solely for the judges and the system that has no accountability for scoring.

  6. If someone started a petition to eliminate bias in NCAA scoring, would people sign?

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