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2022 NC women's gymnastics championship regional selections

NC women's gymnastics: 2022 selection show

INDIANAPOLIS β€” The 2022 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships regional selections were announced today by the NCAA.

The top 36 teams based on national qualifying score (NQS) were selected for regional competition. The committee named the top 16 teams and seeded them in the bracket. Seeding determined at the time of selections will be maintained through the championship. Teams 17-36 were placed geographically at one of the four regional sites. Nine teams will compete at each of the four regional sites.

The committee also selected the top 12 all-around competitors and top 16 event specialists based on national qualifying scores and placed them geographically into one of the four regional sites, keeping individuals from the same team together. The list of all-arounders and individual event specialists included individual qualifying scores from the teams competing in the first round to ensure those individuals will compete in the individual competition if their team does not advance from the first round.

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In the event of a tie for the last berth into regional competition and for seeding purposes, the team, all-around competitor or individual event specialist with the highest score, not including the six used to calculate the national qualifying score, qualified. If a tie still existed, the process was continued until the tie was broken.

The qualifying teams and individuals are listed below. All regionals will be conducted Wednesday through Saturday, March 30 – April 2 and will air on ESPN+.

Auburn Regional (Auburn University, host)


  • Florida
  • *Auburn
  • Kentucky
  • Denver
  • Ohio State
  • Georgia
  • Southern Utah
  • Iowa State
  • Western Michigan

All-Around Competitors

  • Hannah Demers, Central Michigan
  • Payton Murphy, Western Michigan
  • Rachel Decavitch, Kent State

Individual Event Specialists

  • Vault – Makayla Maxwell, Iowa State
  • Vault – Kylie Gorgenyi, New Hampshire
  • Vault – Katie Kowalski, Central Michigan
  • Vault – Emilie Hong, Iowa State
  • Vault – Sarah Moravansky, Western Michigan
  • Uneven Bars – Mara Titarsolej, LIU
  • Uneven Bars – Mei Li Costa, Brown
  • Uneven Bars – Sarah Haxton, Kent State
  • Uneven Bars – Kylie Gorgenyi, New Hampshire
  • Balance Beam – Hailey Lui, New Hampshire
  • Balance Beam – Alyssa Worthington, New Hampshire
  • Balance Beam – Amanda Gruber, Western Michigan
  • Floor Exercise – Maddie Diab, Iowa State
  • Floor Exercise – Sierra Demarinis, Central Michigan
  • Floor Exercise – Karlie Franz, Kent State
  • Floor Exercise – Alyssa Guns, Kent State

Norman Regional (University of Oklahoma, host)


  • *Oklahoma
  • Minnesota
  • California
  • Arizona State
  • Arkansas
  • Boise State
  • Utah State
  • West Virginia
  • Arizona

All-Around Competitors

  • Angelica Labat, Illinois State
  • Malia Hargrove, Arizona

Individual Event Specialists

  • Vault – Suki Pfister, Ball State
  • Vault – Alana Laster, Illinois State
  • Vault – Gayla Griswold, Lindenwood
  • Uneven Bars – Alissa Bonsall, Penn State
  • Uneven Bars – Alysen Fears, Arizona
  • Uneven Bars – Lauren Bridgens, Penn State
  • Uneven Bars – Cassidy Rushlow, Penn State
  • Balance Beam – Sirena Linton, Arizona
  • Balance Beam – McCaleigh Marr, Penn
  • Balance Beam – Ella Chemotti, Eastern Michigan
  • Balance Beam – Abbie Pierson, West Virginia
  • Floor Exercise – Bella Salcedo, Penn State
  • Floor Exercise – Kendra Combs, West Virginia
  • Floor Exercise – Jaye Mack, Illinois State
  • Floor Exercise – Caroline Herry, Arizona
  • Floor Exercise – Abbie Pierson, West Virginia

Raleigh Regional (North Carolina State University, host)


  • Michigan
  • LSU
  • Missouri
  • UCLA
  • Maryland
  • Iowa
  • *North Carolina State
  • Towson
  • North Carolina

All-Around Competitors

  • Hannah Joyner, Rutgers
  • Deja Chambliss, George Washington
  • Julia Knower, North Carolina

Individual Event Specialists

  • Vault – Julianna Roland, Temple
  • Vault – Emily Leese, Rutgers
  • Vault – Lali Dekanoidze, North Carolina
  • Uneven Bars – Katie Chamberlain, Pittsburgh
  • Uneven Bars – Elizabeth Culton, North Carolina
  • Uneven Bars – Kathryn Doran, Bridgeport
  • Uneven Bars – Hallie Copperwheat, Pittsburgh
  • Balance Beam – Elizabeth Culton, North Carolina
  • Balance Beam – Belle Huang, Rutgers
  • Balance Beam – Hallie Copperwheat, Pittsburgh
  • Balance Beam – Jenna Weitz, Towson
  • Floor Exercise – Belle Huang, Rutgers
  • Floor Exercise – Brooke Donabedian, Temple
  • Floor Exercise – Kendall Whitman, George Washington

Seattle Regional (University of Washington, host)


  • Utah
  • Alabama
  • Michigan State
  • Oregon State
  • Illinois
  • BYU
  • *Washington
  • Stanford
  • San Jose State

All-Around Competitors

  • Kyla Bryant, Stanford
  • Jada Mazury, San Jose State
  • Kyla Kessler, UC Davis
  • Lauren Macpherson, San Jose State

Individual Event Specialists

  • Vault – Madison Kirsch, San Jose State
  • Vault – Emma Morgenthaler, Sacramento State
  • Vault – Kinsey Davis, Nebraska
  • Vault – Anapaula Guiterrez, Stanford
  • Vault – Keanna Abraham, UC Davis
  • Vault – Anapaula Guiterrez, Stanford
  • Uneven Bars – Natalie Hamp, Northern Illinois
  • Uneven Bars – Kinsey Davis, Nebraska
  • Uneven Bars – Clara Colombo, Nebraska
  • Uneven Bars – Jolie Miller, SEMO
  • Balance Beam – Emma Milne, San Jose State
  • Balance Beam – Amber Koeth, Sacramento State
  • Balance Beam – Brenna Neault, Stanford
  • Balance Beam – Anna Kaziska, SEMO
  • Balance Beam – Kinsey Davis, Nebraska
  • Floor Exercise – Tara Kofmehl, Northern Illinois
  • Floor Exercise – Anna Kaziska, SEMO
  • Floor Exercise – Megan Ray, UC Davis
  • Floor Exercise – Taylor Lawson, Stanford

* Denotes Regional Host.

The top two teams from each regional will receive an automatic berth to the national championships. In addition, the top all-around competitor and top event specialist from round two at each regional (who is not on a team advancing to nationals) will advance to the national championships. Event specialist qualifiers will only compete in the events they qualified.

The national championships will take place April 14-16 in Fort Worth, Texas at Dickies Arena. The championship event is hosted by Texas Woman's University and Knight Eady. The top two teams from the Norman and Seattle regionals will compete in the first semifinal, and the top two teams from the Auburn and Raleigh regionals will compete in the second semifinal.

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