Collegiate gymnastics weekly recap - Jan. 7-13
posted on 01/14/2019

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#1 Oklahoma 197.825, #5 Georgia 195.300 - Jan. 11, 2019
NORMAN - In front of an incredible crowd, Oklahoma put up yet another outstanding score that no team in the country could match as the No. 1 Sooners defeated No. 5 Georgia 197.825-195.300.

#2 UCLA 197.700, #9 California 196.075, Michigan State 194.900, #14 UC Davis 194.125 - Jan. 12, 2019
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Kyla Ross and Katelyn Ohashi scored perfect 10s to lead No. 2 UCLA to a first-place finish at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge powered by Under Armour.

#3 Utah 197.250, BYU 196.475 - Jan. 11, 2019
PROVO, Utah – The BYU gymnastics team recorded its highest score in a season-opener but ultimately fell to No. 3 Utah, 197.250 to 196.475, Friday night at the Marriott Center.

#17 Auburn 196.700, #4 LSU 196.275 - Jan. 11, 2019
AUBURN, Ala. – It was a historic night for the No. 17 Auburn gymnastics team as they took down No. 4 LSU, 196.700-196.275, in front of a sellout crowd at Auburn Arena on Friday.

Denver 196.275, #18t Alabama 196.175, #6 Michigan 196.025, Bowling Green 189.675 - Jan. 11, 2019
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama gymnastics team posted a 196.175 in its second quad meet of the season in front of 10,361 fans in Coleman Coliseum Friday night, finishing a tenth of a point behind Denver and a tenth and a half ahead of Michigan.

Oregon State 195.225, Illinois 195.175, #7 Kentucky 195.100, Lindenwood 192.525 - Jan. 13, 2019
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – In their second quad meet of the season, the Illinois women's gymnastics team posted a 195.175 in front of the home crowd in Huff Hall on Sunday afternoon.

#8 Nebraska 195.550, Washington 195.250 - Jan. 12, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The No. 8 Nebraska women's gymnastics (1-1, 0-0 Big Ten) team defeated Washington (0-1, 0-0 PAC-12) 195.550 - 195.250 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday night in front of a record setting crowd of 4,699 to capture Heather Brink's first win as a head coach and of the season.

#10 Arkansas 195.800, #18t Arizona 194.725 - Jan. 12, 2019
TUCSON, Ariz. – The No. 18 Arizona GymCats hosted their first of five home meets of the season on Saturday against No. 10 Arkansas. The GymCats ended with a final score of 194.725, which wasn't enough to beat No. 10 Arkansas who finished with a final score of 195.800.

Florida 197.300, #11 Missouri 196.450 - Jan. 11, 2019
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Gator gymnastics opened season and Southeastern Conference action with a 197.30-196.450 win over Missouri Friday evening in front of an enthusiastic Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center crowd.

#12 Stanford 194.650, Sacramento State 189.950, Seattle Pacific 189.825 - Jan. 11, 2019
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Sacramento State gymnastics team rallied on floor during the final rotation to finish in second place in a three-team meet against No. 21 Stanford and Seattle Pacific on Friday night at The Nest.

#13 Arizona State 195.675, Texas Woman's 193.550 - Jan. 12, 2019
DENTON, Texas — Texas Woman's Gymnastics kicked off Alumni Weekend on Saturday when they hosted Arizona State in the team's second meet of the 2019 season.

#15 Ohio State 196.025, NC State 194.925 - Jan. 12, 2019
RALEIGH, N.C. – The No. 25 NC State gymnastics team posted a 194.925 in its home opener inside Valvano Arena at Reynolds Coliseum against No. 15 Ohio State on Saturday.

#16 Central Michigan 195.275, Illinois State 190.050 - Jan. 11, 2019
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – Gianna Plaksa won the parallel bars, shared first place with teammate Nora Fettinger on the floor exercise, and won the all-around on Friday as the Central Michigan gymnastics team posted a solid 195.275 team score in rolling past Illinois State in a nonconference gymnastics dual at McGuirk Arena.

#20 Penn State 195.150, Temple 194.700, Towson 190.225 - Jan. 12, 2019
BOSTON, Mass. – The No. 20 Penn State Women's Gymnastics Team won three events on the night as it defeated No. 32 Temple and Towson at the Little Boston Invitational on Saturday at the John B. Hynes Convention Center.


MEN'S GYMNASTICS

#1 Oklahoma 411.250, #7 Nebraska 404.350, #4 Minnesota 403.900, #6 Ohio State 398.500, #14 Arizona State 392.750, #12 Air Force 384.550 - Jan. 12, 2019
USAF ACADEMY, Colo. – With an Academy-record score, senior Lukas Texeira captured the collegiate title on the high bar this evening (Jan. 12), as the 12th-ranked Air Force men's gymnastics team opened the season against some of the nation's elite at the 49th-annual Rocky Mountain Open.

#2 Stanford 411.250, #11 California 392.350 - Jan. 12, 2019
BERKELEY, Calif. – With six newcomers on the roster, the Bears relied on its youth to make immediate contributions in the season opening Cal Benefit Cup at the RSF Gymnasium on Saturday night against visiting No. 2 Stanford.

#3 Illinois 404.550, #18 UIC 352.800 - Jan. 12, 2019
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Senior Alex Diab won three event titles and freshman Michael Fletcher came away with the top all-around total to help Illinois blow past UIC, 404.550-352.800, Saturday night at Huff Hall.

#8 Penn State 407.500, #10 Navy 395.250, #15 Army 392.100, #13 William & Mary 382.650, #16 Springfield 372.250, #19 Temple 302.800 - Jan. 11-12, 2019
WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army West Point gymnastics team placed third at the 28th annual West Point Open on Friday night's team finals. The Black Knights combined for a team score of 392.100.
West Point Open Individual Finals


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