28 routines received a 10.000 from at least one judge this week
Aleah Finnegan – Beam – LSU
Trinity Thomas – Beam – Florida
Emily Lopez – Bars – Boise State
Jade Carey – Vault – Oregon State
Jade Carey – Floor – Oregon State
Jocelyn Moore – Vault – Missouri
Haleigh Bryant – Vault – LSU
Trinity Thomas – Bars – Florida
Kayla DiCello – Beam – Florida
Arianna Patterson – Floor – Kentucky
Frankie Price – Floor – Arkansas
Jade Carey – Beam – Oregon State
Malia Hargrove – Vault – Arizona
Maddie Williams – Bars – Cal
Mya Lauzon – Floor – Cal
eMjae Frazier – Floor – Cal
Audrey Davis – Bars – Oklahoma
Jordan Bowers – Beam – Oklahoma
Hannah Scharf – Bars – Arizona State
Sarah Clark – Bars – Arizona State
Abby Paulson – Beam – Utah
Kara Eaker – Beam – Utah
Chloe Widner – Bars – Stanford
Maddie Jones – Bars – Arkansas
eMjae Frazier – Bars – Cal
Nicole Javinett – Beam – Bridgeport
Brenna Neault – Beam – Stanford
Amber Koeth – Beam – Sacramento State
7 thoughts on “The 10s of Week 7”
I’m pretty sure Brenna Neault’s (Stanford) beam was a 9.9/10 split (as per the broadcast), but the lack of score sheets is making it hard to confirm!
The Pac-12 judges (cough, AZ St bars) were smoking something.
Honorable mention to Leah Smith from Arkansas for getting a perfect score on her Yurchenko full against Kentucky.
While 10 is an impossible score for that vault, she had a perfect score. 😉
What happened to videos for 9.975 Audrey Davis bars and 9.975 Jordan Bowers beam? All 3 attachments of OU Twitter are the same (Audrey on vault).
Trinity Thomas’ entire beam routine faces and moves in one direction.
What do you mean? In NCAA, gymnasts are required to show forward, sideways, and backward choreography and use different levels. She checks all of these boxes – she does backward choreography right after the mount sequence, sideways right after the full turn and again after the series. And gets low to the beam after the back handspring swing down. I’m curious what you think she’s missing. She doesn’t do any pivot turns but that’s actually preferred (and gymnasts are limited to how many they can do).
Could Q-Bert be referring to how every skill/sequence in Trinity’s routine begins and ends with her facing toward the “dismount” end of the beam?
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