gymnastics-women-nc flag | April 8, 2014

Team, individual qualifiers for national championships announced

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA announced Monday the teams and individuals that have advanced to compete for the 2014 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships.

The championships, hosted by Alabama and the Alabama Sports Foundation, will be held at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, April 18-20.

The women’s gymnastics championships consist of 12 teams and 12 all-around competitors (who are not on a qualifying team).  The top two teams and the top two all-around competitors from each of the six regionals have advanced to the national championships. In addition, the event winners at each regional also advance to the national championships (in their specific event) if they were not part of a qualifying team or the all-around qualifiers.

The top two teams from the three regionals on the left side of the bracket will compete in one of the semifinals, and the top two teams from the three regionals on the right side of the bracket will compete in the other semifinal.

The host team and its corresponding group will compete in the second semifinal.  If there is not a host institution competing, a random draw will be used to determine which group is placed in semifinal one or two. This year, host Alabama advanced to the national championships and, thus, the left side of the bracket will compete in the second semifinal.

Team and individual qualifiers for the 2014 women’s gymnastics championships are as follows:

LSU Baton Rouge 198.325
Oklahoma Minneapolis 197.725
Alabama Seattle 197.550
Utah Fayetteville 197.300
Stanford Baton Rouge 197.275
Florida University Park 197.050
Nebraska Seattle 196.975
Michigan Athens 196.750
Penn State University Park 196.725
UCLA Fayetteville 196.600
Illinois Minneapolis 196.600
Georgia Athens 196.375
Katherine Grable Arkansas Fayetteville 39.675
Chelsea Tang Oregon State Penn State 39.475
Caitlin Brown Iowa State Baton Rouge 39.400
Lindsay Mable Minnesota Minneapolis 39.400
Madeline Gardiner Oregon State Penn State 39.350
Marie Case Kent State Baton Rouge 39.325
Kalliah McCartney Sacramento State Seattle 39.275
Moriah Martin Denver Seattle 39.225
Alicia Asturias Cal Minneapolis 39.200
Alexis Gunzelman Rutgers Athens 39.175
Hope Sloanhoffer West Virginia Athens 39.175
Amanda Wellick Arkansas Fayetteville 39.000
Bars Kelsey Morris Boise State Seattle 9.950
Bars Dallas Crawford California Minneapolis 9.925
Beam Hanna Nordquist Minnesota Minneapolis 9.900
Beam Emily Heinz Central Michigan Athens 9.850
Beam Halle Moraw Central Michigan Athens 9.850
Beam Taylor Noonan Central Michigan Athens 9.850
Beam Audrey Harrison Kentucky Penn State 9.850
Beam Kaytianna McMillan Oregon State Penn State 9.850
Floor Ciera Perkins Boise State Seattle 9.900

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