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CLEVELAND, Ohio, April 17, 2011 – The 2011 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships wrapped up with the individual event finals at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio, today. Earlier in the competition, the University of Alabama won its fifth team title and Kylee Botterman of the University of Michigan won the all-around crown.
On vault, Marissa King of the University of Florida won the title at 9.8750. The University of Oklahoma’s Madison Mooring finished second with a 9.8250. Erin Davis of the University of Nebraska took third with 9.8188.
Kat Ding of the University of Georgia won the uneven bars title with a score of 9.9125. Jen Kesler of Oregon State University took second at 9.8750. Sarah DeMeo, a member of the Alabama championship team, posted a 9.8625 to finish in a three-way tie for third with Makayla Stambaugh of Oregon State and Monique DeLaTorre of University of California-Los Angeles.
Bruin Samantha Peszek, a member of the 2008 silver-medal Olympic team, won the balance beam title with a 9.9000. Alabama’s Kayla Hoffman and UCLA’s Aisha Gerber finished tied for second at 9.8875.
Geralen Stack-Eaton of the Crimson Tide claimed the floor title with a 9.9375. In a three-way tie for second with scores of 9.9000 were Maranda Smith of Florida, Botterman, and Brittani McCullough of UCLA.
UCLA captured four individual event medals, one gold, two silver and a bronze. Team champions Alabama took three medals, one of each color. Florida and Oregon State each nabbed two medals, gold and silver for the Gators and silver and bronze for the Beavers. Georgia and Nebraska claimed one title each, gold and bronze respectively. Coverage from the Super Six team finals will air tape-delayed on CBS, Saturday, May 14, at 3 p.m. ET.
2011 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships
April 17, 2011
1. Marissa King, University of Florida, 9.8750
2. Madison Mooring, University of Oklahoma, 9.8250
3. Erin Davis, University of Nebraska, 9.8188
4. Kayla Hoffman, University of Alabama, 9.8125
5T. Marissa Gutierrez, University of Alabama, 9.8000
5T. Janelle Giblin, University of Nebraska, 9.8000
1. Kat Ding, University of Georgia, 9.9125
2. Jen Kesler, Oregon State University, 9.8750
3T. Sarah DeMeo, University of Alabama, 9.8625
3T. Makayla Stambaugh, Oregon State University, 9.8625
3T. Monique DeLaTorre, University of California-Los Angeles, 9.8625
1. Samantha Peszek, University of California-Los Angeles, 9.9000
2T. Kayla Hoffman, University of Alabama, 9.8875
2T. Aisha Gerber, University of California-Los Angeles, 9.8875
4. Natasha Kelley, University of Oklahoma, 9.8750
5T. Melissa Fernandez, University of Illinois, 9.8375
5T. Mary Beth Lofgren, University of Utah, 9.8375
1. Geralen Stack-Eaton, University of Alabama, 9.9375
2T. Maranda Smith, University of Florida, 9.9000
2T. Kylee Botterman, University of Michigan, 9.9000
2T. Brittani McCullough, University of California-Los Angeles, 9.9000
5T. Jaime Pisani, University of Arkansas, 9.8875
5T. Alaina Johnson, University of Florida, 9.8875