Collegiate gymnastics weekly recap - March 2-8
posted on 03/09/2015

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WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS

#1 Oklahoma 198.500, #3 Florida 198.100 - March 6, 2015
NORMAN -- Senior Night was one to remember for the No. 1 Oklahoma women's gymnastics team . Records were shattered left and right as the Sooners soared to a 198.500-198.100 win over No. 3 Florida.

#2 LSU 198.375, #16 Minnesota 195.450 - March 6, 2015
BATON ROUGE – The No. 2 LSU gymnastics team exploded for a program-best 198.375 score to beat No. 16 Minnesota’s 195.450 as a record crowd of 13,179 fans cheered the Tigers to victory Friday night in the Maravich Center.

#4 Utah 198.250, #5 Michigan 197.675 - March 6, 2015
SALT LAKE CITY -- An NCAA gymnastics record crowd of 16,019 was on its feet for much of the night, cheering the No. 4 Utes to a 198.250-197.675 win over No. 5 Michigan.

#6 Alabama 197.350, Missouri 195.275 - March 6, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The No. 24 Mizzou gymnastics team tallied its highest floor score in three years as the Tigers fell to the No. 6 Alabama Crimson Tide, 197.350-195.275, at the Pink Out Friday night at Mizzou Arena.

#7 Nebraska 197.225, #15 Oregon State 196.700 - March 7, 2015
LINCOLN, Neb.--The No. 7 Nebraska women’s gymnastics team improved to 12-2 and 4-1 in the Big Ten after dominating over No. 15 Oregon State (7-4) on Senior Night, overtaking the Beavers 197.225-196.700.

#8 UCLA 197.950, #13 Stanford 196.625 - March 6, 2015
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The eighth-ranked UCLA Gymnastics team smashed its season-high score in a 197.950-196.625 win over 13th-ranked Stanford in front of a school-record 9,531 fans in Pauley Pavilion.

Kentucky 196.575, #9 Auburn 196.325 - March 6, 2015
LEXINGTON, Ky. - For the second time in the last three weeks, the No. 22 Kentucky gymnastics team upset a higher-ranked Southeastern Conference opponent, this time with the second-highest score in program history to defeat No. 9 Auburn, 196.575-196.325.

#10 Georgia 196.775, #18 Arkansas 196.650 - March 7, 2015
ATHENS, Ga. -- The No. 10 Georgia Gymdogs scored four career highs on floor, including a pair of 9.95s from Gigi Marino and Mary Beth Box, to top Arkansas, 196.775-196.650, in a come-from-behind win on Saturday night in Stegeman Coliseum.

#11 Penn State 196.750, West Virginia 195.900 - March 8, 2015
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Powered by four career-best showings on the uneven bars, the West Virginia University gymnastics team earned a season-best score in a 196.75-195.9 loss to No. 11 Penn State, today, in front of 2,178 fans at the WVU Coliseum.

#12 Illinois 196.275, Northern Illinois 194.350, Illinois State 193.525, UIC 192.750 - March 7, 2015
DEKALB, Ill. - Megan Greenfield and Amanda Stepp each scored a 9.900 on the vault to win the event and help lead the Northern Illinois University women's gymnastics team finished second at the State of Illinois Classic at the Convocation Center Saturday night.

#13 Stanford 197.525, Washington 196.125 - March 2, 2015
STANFORD, Calif. – No. 13 Stanford made sure its Senior Night would be a night full of celebration, erupting for a season-best 197.525 to defeat No. 25 Washington Monday in Maples Pavilion.

#14 Boise State 196.800, Alaska-Anchorage 192.500 - March 6, 2015
BOISE, Idaho--The 14th-ranked Boise State gymnastics team topped Alaska Anchorage, 196.800-192.500 on senior night in Taco Bell Arena.

#17 Denver 196.925, Ohio State 194.775, Air Force 193.450 - March 6, 2015
DENVER - The No. 17 ranked University of Denver women's gymnastics team honored seniors Alix Angelopulo (Burlingame, Calif.) and Ellese Sakai-Hart (Aptos, Calif.) with a 196.925 tri-meet win in Magness Arena, a new season high and tying the seventh-highest teal total in program history.

#19 Arizona 195.450, Bowling Green 195.250, Eastern Michigan 195.225, Michigan State 194.350 - March 6, 2015
EAST LANSING - Michigan State captured individual event titles on vault, bars, beam and floor in tonight's quad meet with No. 19 Arizona, Eastern Michigan and Bowling Green.

#20 California 197.325, UC Davis 195.325 - March 8, 2015
BERKELEY– No. 20 Cal shattered long-standing records in nearly every event en route to a program-best 197.325-195.325 victory over UC Davis on Sunday afternoon in Haas Pavilion.


MEN'S GYMNASTICS

 

#1 Oklahoma 443.300, #7 California 430.800 - March 8, 2015
BERKELEY, Calif. - The No. 6 California Golden Bears men's gymnastics team posted a team score of 430.800 on Sunday in a loss to No. 1 Oklahoma, who tallied a total of 443.300.

#5 Michigan 432.000, #2 Penn State 425.100, Puerto Rico 395.700, #18 Temple 394.650 - March 6, 2015
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- The No. 5-ranked University of Michigan men's gymnastics team came out on top of No. 2 Penn State, the Puerto Rican National Team and No. 18 Temple with a team score of 432.000 Friday (March 6) at Coliseo Pedrin Zorilla.

#3 Stanford 21, #4 Illinois 9 (Match Play) - March 6, 2015
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - The third-ranked Illinois men's gymnastics team hosted No. 2 Stanford at Huff Hall on Friday, March 6, for a match play formatted meet.

#3 Stanford 425.800, #17 UIC 408.250, #14 Arizona State 397.300 - March 8, 2015
CHICAGO - The UIC men's gymnastics team hosted No. 3 Stanford and Arizona State at the UIC Pavilion on Sunday afternoon. UIC scored 408.250 points and placed second behind the Cardinal.

#4 Illinois 436.700, #11 Nebraska 423.450 - March 8, 2015
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Redshirt-junior C.J. Maestas had a career day in the Illinois men's gymnastics team's 436.700-423.450 win over No. 11 Nebraska in the 2015 Huff Hall finale on Sunday, March 8.

#9 Minnesota 436.250, #6 Iowa 421.700 - March 7, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS (Sports Pavilion) - The six Gopher gymnast seniors - Sean Bauer, Donnie Carper, Steve Jaciuk, Ellis Mannon, Jack Metcalf and Spencer Smith ended their final homestand on a high note by defeating the Iowa Hawkeyes and the University of Minnesota Club team with a season high score of 436.25.

#8 Ohio State 436.250, Ukraine 429.100, Canada 416.350 - March 7, 2015
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The eighth-ranked Ohio State men's gymnastics team used a season-best score of 436.250 to defeat the Ukrainian and Canadian National Teams at the 2015 Arnold Challenge Saturday afternoon at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

#10 Air Force 429.900, #19 Washington 395.100 - March 7, 2015
USAF ACADEMY, Colo. - Highlighted by an Academy record on the pommel horse from freshman Arinn Wade, the 10th-ranked Air Force men's gymnastics team scored a season-high 429.900 to defeat 19th-ranked Washington (395.100) on Saturday, March 7, at the Academy's Cadet West Gym.

#12 Army 414.700, #16 Springfield 412.200 - March 8, 2015
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – March 8, 2015 – The Springfield College men's gymnastics team was defeated by Army on Sunday afternoon by the score of 414.700 to 412.200.

#15 William & Mary 410.900, #13 Navy 407.600 - March 8, 2015
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (March 8, 2015)—The No. 15 William and Mary men’s gymnastics team defeated No. 13 Navy, 410.9 – 407.6, on Sunday afternoon at Kaplan Arena.


ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING

Fairmont State 264.295, Alderson Broaddus 259.195 - March 3, 2015
PHILIPPI, W.Va. – The Fairmont State Acrobatics & Tumbling Team used a strong performance in the pyramid and tumbling events to edge Alderson Broaddus, 264.295-259.195, on Tuesday night at Rex Pyles Arena.

King 250.660, Adrian 229.670, Concordia 228.120 - March 8, 2015
ADRIAN, Mich. – The acrobatics and tumbling team has continued to grow during the last few weeks and had their best showing on Sunday in a tri-meet with King and Concordia (Wis.).


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