The NAIGC (National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs) concluded their 27th annual National Championships in Philadelphia, PA on April 11, 2015. Nearly 1,100 competitors, representing 87 clubs from across the country, participated in the three-day competition.

There were two divisions this year in the men’s competition: Classic and Collegiate. The Classic Division was dominated by the University of California, Berkeley, which claimed 1st place all-around and the team title. Jamie Corona finished with an 82.6, while the team easily outpaced their competition with a score of 237.3. In the men’s Collegiate division, Tommy Trompeter, a senior from the University of Texas at Dallas, won the all-around title with a score of 83.65. University of Oklahoma placed 1st in the team competition (245.0).

The women’s competition featured two levels this year: Level 8 and Level 9. For the Level 9 competition, Maria Hayden (James Madison University) successfully defended her all-around title with a 38.15. JMU also won the team title for a second year in a row with a 147.05. In the Level 8 competition, Lindsay Sanneman from Massachusetts Institute of Technology claimed the all-around title (37.75). Virginia Tech narrowly won the team competition by less than 0.1 with a score of 140.45.

Virginia Tech – Women’s Level 8 Champions

James Madison – Women’s Level 9 Champions

California-Berkeley – Men’s Classic Division Champions

Oklahoma – Men’s Collegiate Division Champions

About the NAIGC:
The National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs (NAIGC) is dedicated to the promotion and support of collegiate and adult club gymnastics “for the love of the sport.” The NAIGC hosted its first annual national championships in 1989. In 2006, the NAIGC incorporated as a non-profit and elected its first Board of Directors. The NAIGC was recognized as a tax-exempt public charity in 2008.

Today, an elected Board of Directors, alongside its advisors, runs the NAIGC. Most of these dedicated volunteers are current and former college club gymnasts. The NAIGC hosts this annual national championship meet, as well as other gymnastics events throughout the year and supports its member clubs with a variety of technological and administrative services.

Club membership in the NAIGC is open to any collegiate and/or adult gymnastics club in the United States. Individual membership is open to anyone with an interest in club gymnastics. For more information, visit