Newberry College will add acrobatics & tumbling as an intercollegiate sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year. The addition was approved unanimously by the college’s Board of Trustees.
Arizona State Men’s Gymnastics reclaimed the GymACT team title Saturday, May 13 at the 2023 GymACT Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Bethany College President Dr. Jamie Caridi and Director of Athletics Brian Sansom have announced Acrobatics & Tumbling as the College’s 22nd intercollegiate varsity sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year.
No. 1 seed Baylor acrobatics & tumbling took the NCATA Championship title, downing second-seeded Oregon on Saturday afternoon in the Finals, 278.855 to 268.555, inside the ASRC.
Trinity Thomas earns her second consecutive Honda Sports Award in 2023, an honor given annually to the nation’s top collegiate female athlete in her sport. The Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) revealed Thomas as the 2023 Honda Award winner today.
American International College (AIC) Vice President for Athletics Lou Izzi and Director of Athletics Jessica Chapin have announced that AIC will add Acrobatics and Tumbling as the College’s twenty-fifth varsity sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year.
Stanford and Oklahoma defended their NCAA team titles over the weekend. Conference champions and NCATA Division III titles were awarded for Acrobatics & Tumbling. Click for results and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Senior Paul Juda of the University of Michigan men’s gymnastics team was named the recipient of the 2023 Nissen-Emery Award, presented by the Collegiate Gymnastics Association, on Thursday night (April 13). The award, given annually, honors the nation’s top collegiate gymnast.
University of Michigan women’s gymnastics senior Sierra Brooks was named the 2023 AAI Award winner, it was announced this evening (April 11) by the American Athletic Incorporated.
Athletes from Lindenwood University, Texas Women’s University and Brown University each secured national titles on the final day of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships.
Lindenwood University claimed their fourth national title, and first since 2019, Friday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships in Denton, Texas.
Velandra Brochi of Air Force won the all-around title as team and individual event finalists were determined Thursday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships in Denton, Texas.
Reigning team champion Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is set to host the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships April 6-8 in Denton, Texas.
Michigan, Navy and Stanford won their respective men’s conference championships over the weekend. Also, the eight teams that will participate in the Women’s NCAA Gymnastics Championships were determined this weekend. Check out who will be competing in Fort Worth, Texas, April 13-15.
Talladega College Vice President and Athletic Director Michael Grant announced plans to launch a women’s acrobatics and tumbling program. Recruitment is now underway and competition begins in the Spring of 2024.
The first national championships were handed out over the weekend as Navy won their third-straight USAG Men’s Collegiate team title and UW-Oshkosh won their second-straight NCGA championship. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
The final day of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships saw five athletes claim apparatus titles in Springfield, Mass.
The U.S. Naval Academy won their third consecutive team title during the first day of competition Friday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships in Springfield, Mass.
The USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships will be hosted at Springfield College March 24-25, where the U.S. Naval Academy looks to win their third consecutive title.
Following the conclusion of the 2023 conference championships, the eight teams vying for the title of USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Champion were announced. The seeding is determined by the team’s overall National Qualifying Score (NQS).
Ten women’s conference champions were crowned over the weekend as the NCAA gymnastics seasons begin to wind down.
University of Montevallo President John W. Stewart III and Director of Athletics Mark Richard have announced the addition of women’s acrobatics and tumbling as the schools’ 23rd intercollegiate athletics sport that will begin in the 2024-25 season.
Brockport and UW-Oshkosh each won their third-straight NCGA Regional Championship on Saturday. Brockport topped the field in the east regional while UW-Oshkosh set three program records for the west regional crown. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Tenth-ranked Denver broke their program-record team score in their win on Sunday. The top-ranked Oklahoma men won their top-five matchup on senior night. #5 Oregon acro & tumbling remained undefeated after their upset of #2 Gannon. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Arizona State began the week with the big upset over #4 Utah. Members of men’s NCAA programs competed at the Winter Cup in Louisville. Mars Hill won their first acro & tumbling meet in program history. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Helped by a Jocelyn Moore perfect 10, #16 Missouri upset #5 Auburn in Columbia. Air Force came out on top in the All-Academy Championships. Lander acro & tumbling moved to 2-0 on the season following their upset of #11 King. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Oklahoma and Utah won their respective Metroplex Challenge sessions. The men’s results included four upsets, including #7 Ohio State defeating #4 Illinois. Fourth-ranked Quinnipiac acro & tumbling opened their season with a win. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
11th-ranked Alabama defeated their SEC rivals and No. 6 Auburn on Friday night. Illinois and Michigan earned upsets in their top-ten matchups. The Acro & Tumbling season got underway with #6 Limestone upsetting #2 Gannon. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Arkansas and Kentucky earned program-best scores in their SEC wins, while the Michigan men delivered the upset of No. 5 Ohio State. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Long Island University Director of Athletics Dr. William E. Martinov Jr. announced the addition of a women’s acrobatics & tumbling program to the University’s athletics department.