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NCAA staff | April 4, 2022

2022 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships advancing teams and individual competitors

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INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA announced today the teams and individuals who have advanced to compete in the 2022 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships.

The championships, hosted by Texas Woman's University and Knight Eady, will be held at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, April 14-16.

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The women’s gymnastics championships consists of eight teams, as well as four all-around competitors and 16 event specialists who were not members of a qualifying team. The top two teams from each of the four regionals have advanced to the national championships. In addition, the top all-around competitor and the top finisher on each event from each regional have also advanced to the national championships.
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.

Team and individual qualifiers for the 2022 women’s gymnastics championships are as follows:

Team Competition:

Team Regional Regional Final SCORE
Florida Auburn 198.775
Oklahoma Norman 198.250
Utah Seattle 198.200
Alabama Seattle 198.175
Michigan Raleigh 197.800
Auburn Auburn 197.775
Minnesota Norman 197.725
Missouri  Raleigh 197.425

All-Around Individual Qualifiers:

Qualifiers School Regional Regional Score
Jade Carey Oregon State Seattle 39.850
Raena Worley Kentucky Auburn 39.700
Norah Flatley UCLA Raleigh 39.575
Kennedy Hambrick Arkansas Norman 59.575

Individual Event Qualifiers:

EVENT NAME School Regional Regional Score
  Gayla Griswold Lindenwood Norman 9.975
  Kiya johnson LSU Raleigh 9.950
  Elexis Edwards Ohio State Auburn 9.950
  Mia Townes Illinois Seattle 9.925
  Jordan Chiles UCLA Raleigh 9.950
  Cally Nixon Kentucky Auburn 9.950
  Sarah Shaffer Arkansas Norman 9.950
  Mia Takekawa Illinois Seattle 9.950
  Adeline Kenlin Iowa Raleigh 9.950
  Sirena Linton Arizona Norman 9.925
  Skyla Schulte Michigan State Seatte 9.925
  Abbie Thompson Denver Auburn 9.900
  Kyla Bryant Stanford Seattle 9.950
  Jordan Chiles UCLA Raleigh 9.950
  Hailey Davis Kentucky Auburn 9.950
  Jaye Mack Illinois State Norman 9.925


ROTATION ORDER: Click or tap here for rotation order at the championships

Michigan will seek to defend its title after winning its first-ever national championship in National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics in 2021. The Wolverines edged out the Oklahoma Sooners by 0.088 to capture the win. Rounding out the top four finishers in 2021 were Utah and Florida. Individual champions included Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma) in the all-around; Haleigh Bryant (LSU) and Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma) on vault; Maya Bordas (Cal) and Maile O'Keefe (Utah) on uneven bars; Luisa Blanco (Alabama) on balance beam; and Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma), Maile O'Keefe (Utah), and Lexi Graber (Alabama) on floor exercise.

Team semifinal and individual competition will be conducted in two sessions Thursday, April 14, at 1 and 6 p.m. Eastern time. The top two teams from each semifinal will advance to the championship final competition Saturday, April 16, at 1 p.m. Eastern time. Both semifinals will be broadcast live on ESPN2, and championship final competition will be broadcast live on ABC.

BRACKET: Click or tap here for the semifinal bracket

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