gymnastics-women-nc flag | April 6, 2016

Advancing teams, individual competitors announced

INDIANAPOLIS --The NCAA announced today the teams and individuals who have advanced to compete in the 2016 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships.

The championships, hosted by Texas Woman’s University and Knight Eady Sports Group, will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena, April 15-16.

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.

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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.

Team and individual qualifiers for the 2016 women’s gymnastics championships are as follows:


Team Regional Regional Score
Oklahoma Iowa City 197.575
LSU Athens 197.300
Alabama Tuscaloosa 197.125
Utah Salt Lake City 197.125
Georgia Athens 196.850
Florida Minneapolis 196.725
Nebraska Iowa City 196.550
Auburn Ann Arbor 196.525
Stanford Ann Arbor 196.525
UCLA Salt Lake City 196.375
Minnesota Minneapolis 196.175
California Tuscaloosa 195.925
Qualifiers Regional Regional Score
Nicole Artz, Michigan Ann Arbor 39.450
Mollie Drenth, Iowa Iowa City 39.450
Danielle Ramirez, Southern Utah Salt Lake City 39.400
Brianna Brown, Michigan Ann Arbor 39.375
Amanda Wellick, Arkansas Iowa City 39.350
Nina McGee, Denver Minneapolis 39.350
Morgan Porter, Missouri Minneapolis 39.300
Lisa Burt, Michigan St. Athens 39.275
Madeline Gardiner, Oregon St. Athens 39.275
Allison Northey, Washington Salt Lake City 39.275
Alex Hyland, Kentucky Tuscaloosa 39.175
Sidney Dukes, Kentucky Tuscaloosa 39.125


Qualifiers Regional Regional Score
Taylor Allex, Arizona State Tuscaloosa 9.900
Meaghan Sievers, Iowa State Minneapolis 9.900
Qualifiers Regional Regional Score
Lexi Mills, Arizona Athens 9.900
Shani Remme, Boise State Tuscaloosa 9.900
Risa Perez, Oregon St. Athens 9.90
Qualifiers Regional Regional Score
Lizzy LeDuc, Illinois Salt Lake City 9.950
Talia Chiarelli, Michigan Ann Arbor 9.900
Rachel Slocum, Eastern Michigan Ann Arbor 9.900
Briannah Tsang, Penn State Ann Arbor 9.900
Lindsay Offutt, Pittsburgh Ann Arbor 9.900

In the 2015 championships, the defending champion Florida captured its third consecutive national title by edging Utah 197.850 to 197.800. Samantha Peszek of UCLA shared the all-around title with Kytra Hunter of Florida who both finished with a 39.600. Claiming the individual event titles were Utah’s Georgia Dabritz (bars), UCLA’s Samantha Peszek (beam), Stanford’s Elizabeth Price (vault) and Florida’s Hunter (floor).

Team semifinal and all-around competition will be conducted in two sessions Friday, April 15, at 1 and 7 p.m. The top three teams from each semifinal will advance to the Super Six competition Saturday, April 16, at 8 p.m. All sessions of the championship will be broadcast live on ESPNU. All times are local.

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