Links below go to the conference or host school’s website.


Big 12 Championships – March 19, 2011
The 11th-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers captured their ninth overall Big 12 Gymnastics Championship, snapping a streak of three-straight crowns by the Sooners to edge OU by .275 points Saturday at the Hearnes Center in Columbia, Mo.
Team: Nebraska
All-Around: Mary Burke – Missouri
Vault: Erin Davis – Nebraska
Uneven Bars: Maria Scaffidi – Nebraska
Balance Beam: Megan Ferguson and Natahsa Kelley – Oklahoma
Floor Exercise: Erin Davis – Nebraska

Big Ten Championships – March 19, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS – The Michigan women’s gymnastics team earned its fifth-straight and 19th overall Big Ten Championship on Saturday at Minnesota’s Sports Pavilion.
Team: Michigan
All-Around: Sharaya Musser – Penn State
Vault: Sharaya Musser – Penn State, Amber See – Illinois
Uneven Bars: Natalie Ettl – Penn State
Balance Beam: Jordan Sexton – Michigan
Floor Exercise: Kylee Botterman – Michigan

EAGL Championships – March 19, 2011
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The University of North Carolina gymnastics team won its second-straight EAGL championship on Saturday, March 19.
Team: North Carolina
All-Around: Abigail Adams – Maryland
Vault: Ally Krikorian – Maryland
Uneven Bars: Amy Bieski – West Virginia
Balance Beam: Abigail Adams – Maryland
Floor Exercise: Mallory Brewer – Pittsburgh

ECAC Division I Championships – March 19, 2011
Providence, R.I. – Cornell University won their first ever ECAC Division I Women’s Gymnastics Championship in front of a packed crowd at the Pizzitola Memorial Sports Center on the campus of Brown University.
Team: Cornell
All-Around: Dana Bonincontri – Pennsylvania
Vault: McKenna Archer and Emily Santoro – Cornell
Uneven Bars: Lexi Schupp and Maddie Pearsall – Cornell
Balance Beam: Melanie Standridge – Cornell
Floor Exercise: Jasmine Johnson and Corrine Williams – Temple

ECAC Division II Championships – March 19, 2011
The University of Bridgeport women’s gymnastics team won its third consecutive ECAC Division II title on Saturday afternoon as the Purple Knights posted a team score of 192.000
Team: Bridgeport
All-Around: Monica Mesalles – Bridgeport
Vault: Monica Mesalles – Bridgeport
Uneven Bars: Emily Turik – Bridgeport
Balance Beam: Monica Mesalles – Bridgeport
Floor Exercise: Emily Repko and Jessica Watts – Bridgeport

MAC Championships – March 19, 2011
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – For the second consecutive year and the 12th time overall, the Central Michigan Chippewas are MAC gymnastics champions after fending off the Kent State Golden Flashes, 195.900-195.050, inside McGuirk Arena at Central Michigan University on Saturday.
Team: Central Michigan
All-Around: Kristin Teubner – Central Michigan
Vault: Nicole Allen – Ball State, Christina Lenn – Kent State
Uneven Bars: Brittany Petzol – Central Michigan
Balance Beam: Kristin Teubner – Central Michigan
Floor Exercise: Nicole Alle – Ball State, Cheryl Conlin and Kristin Teubner – Central Michigan

MIC Championships – March 19, 2011
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – The Southeast Missouri State gymnastics team scored a 193.775 at the Midwest Independent Conference Championships on Saturday afternoon at Houck Field House, claiming their second-ever team title.
Team: Southeast Missouri State
All-Around: Christina Sundgren – SEMO and Brittany Johnson – Texas Woman’s
Vault: Brianna Gaddie – SEMO
Uneven Bars: Christina Sundgren – SEMO
Balance Beam: Taylor Westric – SEMO
Floor Exercise: Brianna Gaddie – SEMO

MPSF Championships – March 19, 2011
USAFA, Colo. – Sophomore Katie Yamamura tied the school vault record with a 9.900 score while senior Marcy Miller captured a pair of individual conference titles as UC Davis successfully defended its Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship with a winning total of 192.975.
Team: UC-Davis
All-Around: Marcy Miller – UC-Davis
Vault: Katie Yamamura – UC-Davis
Uneven Bars: Jessica Rea – UC-Davis
Balance Beam: Brittany Dutton – Air Force
Floor Exercise: Kelsey Fulerton – Air Force

Pac-10 Championships – March 19, 2011
LOS ANGELES – For the first time since 1996, the Oregon State Beavers are Conference champions. After notching scores of 49.125 or higher on all four events, Oregon State claimed the 2011 Pac-10 Gymnastics Championships with a score of 197.200 at Pauley Pavilion Saturday.
Team: Oregon State
All-Around: Leslie Mak – Oregon State
Vault: Olivia Courtney – UCLA
Uneven Bars: Six-way tie
Balance Beam: Leslie Mak – Oregon State
Floor Exercise: Ashley Morgan – Stanford, Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs – UCLA

SEC Championships – March 19, 2011
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The No. 2 ranked Alabama gymnastics team won its seventh Southeastern Conference Championships in the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center Saturday.
Team: Alabama
All-Around: Cassidy McComb – Georgia
Vault: Kayla Hoffman – Alabama
Uneven Bars: Kat Ding – Georgia
Balance Beam: Geralen Stack-Eaton – Alabama
Floor Exercise: Geralen Stack-Eaton – Alabama, Ashanee Dickerson – Florida

WAC Championships – March 19, 2011
SAN JOSE CALIF. – Boise State claimed the 2011 WAC Gymnastics Championship Saturday night in San Jose.
Team: Boise State
All-Around: Alaina Baker – Cal State Fullerton
Vault: Amy Glass – Boise State
Uneven Bars: Hannah Redmon – Boise State, Alyssa Click – Southern Utah
Balance Beam: Brooke Cersosimo – Southern Utah
Floor Exercise: Alaina Baker – Cal State Fullerton


Weekly Reports – compiled by Jerry Wright

#2 Oklahoma 366.400, #4 Illinois 359.100, #5 Penn State 356.750 – March 19, 2011
NORMAN, Okla. — The No. 2 Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team capped off another undefeated regular season with a pair of wins over No. 4 Illinois and No. 5 Penn State at the Howard McCasland Field House on Saturday.

#8 Nebraska 254.500, #11 Iowa 351.800, #9 Minnesota 348.600 – March 19, 2011
LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska’s No. 8 men’s gymnastics team celebrated Senior Night with a win over No. 9 Minnesota and No.11 Iowa Saturday night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.

#10 Air Force 347.500, Washington 238.700 – March 20, 2011
USAF ACADEMY, Colo. – Highlighted by a new team total and freshman Colton Wulf’s Academy-record on the floor exercise, the 10th-ranked Air Force men’s gymnastics team wrapped up the regular season with an impressive showing on Sunday, March 20, at the Academy’s Cadet West Gym.

#12 Temple 340.200, #17 Navy 329.600 – March 19, 2011
PHILADELPHIA – The Temple men’s gymnastics team sent off its three seniors – Patrick McLaughlin, Scott Bloomfield and Jesse Kitzen-Abelson – with a win over Navy at McGonigle Hall on Saturday afternoon.

#13 Illinois-Chicago 341.300, #14 William & Mary 340.600 – March 19, 2011
Williamsburg, Va. (March 19, 2011) – In a back and forth meet between two squads fighting for a potential NCAA berth, the College of William and Mary’s 14th -ranked men’s gymnastics squad was just edged out by the 13th -ranked University of Illinois-Chicago, 341.30 to 340.60, Saturday afternoon in Kaplan Arena.

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