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#2 Florida 197.825, #5 Auburn 197.200 – Jan. 13, 2023
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – There were plenty of storylines around Friday’s gymnastics dual featuring No. 2 Florida versus No. 5 Auburn. All played a part in Florida’s 197.825 – 197.20 win in front of 9,676 – the third largest crowd since the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center reopened in 2017 after a renovation.

#3 California 197.525, Oregon State 196.850, #16t Iowa 196.575, #20t Pittsburgh 193.650 – Jan. 14, 2023
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – The No. 3 California women’s gymnastics team improved to 6-0 Saturday night taking first place at the Wasatch Classic with the ninth-highest score in program history.

#4 Michigan 198.125, #9 Denver 197.200, Fisk 184.800 – Jan. 13, 2023
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The No. 4-ranked University of Michigan women’s gymnastics team was the first in the nation this season to post a score of 198.000 or higher as it scored a 198.125 to earn a victory over No. 9 Denver (197.200) and Fisk (184.800) in a tri-meet Friday night (Jan. 13) at Crisler Center.

#6t Utah 197,750, Southern Utah 196.175, Utah State 195.800, BYU 195.175 – Jan. 13, 2023
WEST VALLEY CITY – The sixth-ranked Utah Gymnastics team once again defended its title at the Rio Tinto Best of Utah, downing in-state opponents Southern Utah, Utah State, and BYU with a score of 197.750 at the Maverik Center.

#6t UCLA 197.850, Washington 196.550, #19 Minnesota 196.325, Boise State 195.050 – Jan. 14, 2023
WEST VALLEY CITY – No. 6 UCLA scored 49.500 or higher on its first three events en route to a first-place 197.850 score in Session 1 of the Wasatch Classic. The Bruins’ score was their highest road score since 2019.

#8 Alabama 196.525, #16t Arkansas 195.525 – Jan. 13, 2023
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas kicked off its home slate on Friday night and despite a big push in the final two rotations, the Hogs fell to the Crimson Tide, 195.525-196.525.

#12 Kentucky 197.175, #10t LSU 196.575 – Jan. 13, 2023
LEXINGTON, Ky. – No. 12 Kentucky gymnastics rocked Rupp Arena in front of 10,558 members of Big Blue Nation on Friday night to open its home and Southeastern Conference schedule against T-10 LSU. The Cats came out on top stunning the Tigers with a 197.175 – 196.575 final meet score.

#13 Michigan State 196.400, NC State 196.375 – Jan. 14, 2023
RALEIGH – The NC State gymnastics team opened its 2023 home slate of meets with a score of 196.375, the highest mark for a home opener in program history.

#14 Missouri 196.975, #20t Georgia 196.425 – Jan. 13, 2023
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri gymnastics team kicked off its SEC play with a dual against Georgia on Friday, with the Tigers earning their first home victory of the season.

Arizona 195.875, #15 Illinois 195.725, Texas Woman’s 193.750, Bowling Green 192.050 – Jan. 14, 2023
TUCSON, Ariz. – Arizona scored a 195.875 to win their home opener and upset No. 15 Illinois, Texas Woman’s, and Bowling Green. The Fighting Illini took home second place a 195.725. Texas Woman’s placed third with a 193.750 and Bowling Green earned a 192.050 to place fourth.

#18 Stanford 196.100, San Jose State 195.850 – Jan. 14, 2023
STANFORD, Calif. – The Cardinal earned a come-from-behind victory in its home opener Saturday, besting the San Jose State Spartans 196.100 to 195.850 inside Maples Pavilion.


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Penn State 407.600, Navy 394.500, Army 390.150, Springfield 388.150 – Jan. 13-14, 2023
WEST POINT, N.Y. – A young Army West Point gymnastics team set season highs, both team and individually, in a challenging field during the opening night of the annual West Point Open Friday evening at Christl Arena.
Saturday’s Event Finals Results

Illinois 399.400, Michigan 396.050, Ohio State 394.900, Greenville 368.250, NIU 314.950 – Jan. 14, 2023
CHICAGO, Ill. – The Illinois men’s gymnastics team took home the first place trophy at the Windy City Invitational for the first time in four years after record breaking performances. This is the first victory of newly appointed head coach Daniel Ribeiro’s tenure.

Stanford 410.500, California 394.950 – Jan. 14, 2023
BERKELEY – In 2022, California men’s gymnastics started off the season with a score of 382.100. In 2023? Try 394.950 – their second-best season opener in the modern scoring era. The Bears welcomed reigning national champion Stanford (410.500) to Haas Pavilion on Saturday night for the collegiate portion of the annual Cal Benefit Cup, with all competitors in high spirits and eager to debut their new routines.

Houston National Invitational – Jan. 14, 2023
HOUSTON – Oklahoma claimed the top four spots in the all-around and took home the team cup at the Houston National Invitational at George R. Brown Convention Center Friday night.

William & Mary 360.750, Simpson 318.250 – Jan. 14, 2023
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The William & Mary men’s gymnastics team opened its season with a victory against Simpson College, 360.75-318.25, in a virtual meet on Sunday afternoon.


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