Most national championships won by a gymnastics program, an honor held by Georgia, which won in 1987, '89, '93, '98, '99 and 2005-09.


The speed in mph that a female gymnast needs to reach in about 12 steps to gain enough momentum for the vault.


The highest attendance at an NCAA women's gymnastics championship and the number of fans who watched in 2007 as Georgia beat runner-up Utah with a score of 197.850.


The most individual championships won at NCAAs, which Utah earned in 1992. Three other schools -- Arizona State, Georgia and Kentucky -- have won four individual championships in one year.


The highest all-around score this season, set by Florida's Kytra Hunter against Minnesota, tying a school record. Hunter is the 2012 defending all-around and vault national champion.


The width of the balance beam in inches and also the average foot width of someone who wears a size 8 shoe.


The slimmest margin of victory in a national championship contest. In 1989, UGA edged UCLA 192.65 to 192.60. Third-place Alabama scored an overall 192.10.


The first year there was an NCAA national championship for women's gymnastics. Utah hosted and won the title, with Cal State Fullerton coming in second.