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Open Access Articles- Top Results for 2014 NCAA Women%27s Gymnastics Championship

2014 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship

The 2014 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship was held in Birmingham, Alabama, on April 18–20, 2014.[1] Gymnasts from the six regional meets advanced to the NCAA Division I national team and individual competitions. The team competition was won by Florida and Oklahoma.

Regional Championships

The Regional Championships was held on April 5, 2014, at the following six sites:[2]

  • Athens Regional (host: Georgia) – 1. Michigan 196.750; 2. Georgia 196.375; 3. Central Michigan 195.600; 4. Ohio State 195.100; 5. North Carolina State 194.550; 6. Rutgers 193.750
  • Baton Rouge Regional (host: LSU) – 1. LSU 198.325; 2. Stanford 197.275; 3. Iowa State 196.350; 4. Kent State 195.125; 5. Auburn 195.050; 6. Arizona 194.825
  • Fayetteville Regional (host: Arkansas) – 1. Utah 197.300; 2. UCLA 196.600; 3. Arkansas 196.375; 4. Arizona State Univ. 194.425; 5. UC Davis 193.900; 6. Utah State 191.875[3]
  • Minneapolis Regional (host: Minnesota) – 1. Oklahoma 197.725; 2. Illinois 196.600; 3. Minnesota 196.350; 4. California 195.700; 5. Southern Utah 195.150; 6. San Jose State 193.950[4]
  • Seattle Regional (host: Washington) – 1. Alabama 197.550; 2. Nebraska 196.975; 3. Denver 195.625; 4. Washington 195.550; 5. Boise State 195.275; 6. Brigham Young 194.650
  • State College Regional (host: Penn State) – 1. Florida 197.050; 2. Penn State 196.725; 3. Oregon State 196.525; 4. Kentucky 195.925; 5. New Hampshire 195.025; 6. Maryland 194.525

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship

The NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship were held in Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, April 18, 2014.

  • Afternoon session (1 p.m. CST) – Oklahoma (197.500), Georgia (197.300), LSU (197.100), Stanford (196.600), Michigan (196.425), Illinois (195.800)
  • Evening session (7 p.m. CST) – Alabama & Florida (197.650), Nebraska (197.100), UCLA (197.050), Utah (197.025), Penn State (194.825)

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals)

NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals): Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, April 19, 2014. (6 p.m. CST) -

  • Team - Florida & Oklahoma (198.175), LSU (197.600), Alabama (197.550), Georgia (197.100), Nebraska (196.500)

Individual Event Finals

Individual Event Finals: Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama, on Sunday, April 20, 2014. (2 p.m. CST)

  • Vault – 1st Katherine Grable, Arkansas & Rheagan Courville, LSU (9.9750); 3rd Haley Scaman, Oklahoma (9.9667)
  • Uneven Bars – 1st Bridget Sloan, Florida (9.9375); 2nd Samantha Shapiro, Stanford (9.9250); 3rd Kristina Vaculik, Stanford (9.9000)
  • Balance Beam – 1st Taylor Spears, Oklahoma (9.925); 2nd Lindsey Cheek, Georgia (9.900); 3rd Madeline Gardiner, Oregon State & Mary Beth Box, Georgia & Sydney Ewing, LSU & Jamie Schleppenbach, Nebraska (9.8875)
  • Floor Exercise – 1st Katherine Grable, Arkansas (9.9625); 2nd Joanna Sampson, Michigan & Maileana Kanewa, Oklahoma & Haley Scaman, Oklahoma (9.950)
  • All Around – 1st Kim Jacob, Alabama, 39.625; 2nd Katherine Grable, Arkansas & Alaina Johnson, Florida 39.600

Champions

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team
Florida
Claire Boyce
Bridgette Caquatto
Mackenzie Caquatto
Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto
Kytra Hunter
Alaina Johnson
Bridget Sloan
Rachel Spicer
Oklahoma
Lara Albright
Erica Brewer
Chayse Capps
Rebecca Clark
Maileana Kanewa
Keeley Kmieciak
Kara Lovan
Madison Mooring
Haley Scaman
Taylor Spears
McKenzie Wofford
LSU
Rheagan Courville
Kaleigh Dickson
Sydney Ewing
Ashleigh Gnat
Lloimincia Hall
Jessie Jordan
Sarie Morrison
Britney Ranzy
Jessica Savona
Randii Wyrick
Vault
Katherine Grable (Arkansas)
Rheagan Courville (LSU)
Haley Scaman (Oklahoma)
Uneven Bars
Bridget Sloan (Florida) Samantha Shapiro (Stanford) Kristina Vaculik (Stanford)
Balance Beam
Taylor Spears (Oklahoma) Lindsey Cheek (Georgia) Madeline Gardiner (Oregon State)
Mary Beth Box (Georgia)
Sydney Ewing (LSU)
Jamie Schleppenbach (Nebraska)
Floor Exercise
Katherine Grable (Arkansas) Joanna Sampson (Michigan)
Maileana Kanewa (Oklahoma)
Haley Scaman (Oklahoma)

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References

  1. ^ "Road to the Championship". ncaa.com. Retrieved March 23, 2014.
  2. ^ "Regionals: 12 teams earn national bids". ncaa.com. April 5, 2014. Retrieved April 6, 2014.
  3. ^ Women's Gymnastics Meet Results NCAA Fayetteville Regional, UCLABruins.com, April 5, 2014
  4. ^ Women's Gymnastics Meet Results NCAA Minneapolis Regional, Gophersports.com, April 5, 2014
  5. ^ "NCAA Championship Team Finals". usagym.org. April 19, 2014. Retrieved April 23, 2014.
  6. ^ "NCAA Championship Individual Event Finals". usagym.org. April 20, 2014. Retrieved April 23, 2014.

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