Women's NCAA Championships Field Determined; Men's Conference Champs Crowned
posted on 04/04/2016

WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS - NCAA REGIONALS
Top two schools from each regional advance to the NCAA Championships

Tuscaloosa, Ala., Regional
Results
    1. Alabama - 197.125
    2. California - 195.925

    3. Boise State - 195.750
    4. Kentucky - 195.750
    5. West Virginia - 194.250
    6. Bowling Green - 193.850
Salt Lake City, Utah, Regional
Results
    1. Utah - 197.125
    2. UCLA - 196.375

    3. Washington - 195.825
    4. Illinois - 195.350
    5. Utah State - 195.025
    6. Southern Utah - 194.950
Ann Arbor, Mich., Regional
Results
    1. Auburn - 196.525
    1. Stanford - 196.525

    3. Michigan - 196.475
    4. Eastern Michigan - 196.250
    5. Penn State - 195.125
    6. New Hampshire - 193.900
Minneapolis, Minn., Regional
Results
    1. Florida - 196.725
    2. Minnesota - 196.175

    3. Missouri - 195.850
    4. Denver - 195.700
    5. Ohio State - 194.775
    6. BYU - 194.075
Iowa City, Iowa, Regional
Results
    1. Oklahoma - 197.575
    2. Nebraska - 196.550

    3. Arkansas - 195.500
    4. Iowa - 195.450
    5. Central Michigan - 194.675
    6. Kent State - 194.525
Athens, Ga., Regional
Results
    1. LSU - 197.300
    2. Georgia - 196.850

    3. Oregon State - 196.000
    4. Arizona - 195.900
    5. George Washington - 195.550
    6. Michigan State - 195.350

MEN'S GYMNASTICS


BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS
No. 3 Ohio State Wins First B1G Title Since 2007

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The third-ranked Ohio State men’s gymnastics team captured the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championship Friday in front of a hometown crowd of 1,579 at St. John Arena. Event Finals Recap and Results | Big Ten Championships Report by Jerry Wright

ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Army West Point, Navy Capture Share of 2016 ECAC DI Men’s Gymnastics Crown

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) opened the 2016 ECAC Division I Men’s Gymnastics Championships at the College of William & Mary on Saturday, with the United States Military Academy and United States Naval Academy sharing the team championship. Event Finals Recap and Results | ECAC Championships Report by Jerry Wright


MPSF CHAMPIONSHIPS
OU Claims Fifth Straight MPSF Conference Title

PALO ALTO, Calif. — The top-ranked Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team won its fifth consecutive conference title Saturday night, placing first at the 2016 MPSF Conference Championship in Palo Alto, Calif., with a team score of 448.050. MPSF Championships Report by Jerry Wright

ACROBATICS & TUMBLING

#1 Baylor 282.025, #2 Oregon 280.180 - April 1, 2016
EUGENE, Ore. – After a strong start, the second-ranked Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team fell 282.025-280.180 to No. 1 Baylor at Matthew Knight Arena on Thursday night.

#3 Quinnipiac 281.700, #11 Concordia 250.070 - April 3, 2016
HAMDEN, Conn. – The Quinnipiac acrobatics & tumbling team submitted a dominant performance over Concordia-Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Falcons, 280.70-250.07.

#6 Fairmont State 271.130, #9 King 257.085 - April 3, 2016
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University acrobatics and tumbling team concluded their regular season schedule with a home meet against Fairmont State University.

#7 Alderson-Broaddus 274.475, #12 Adrian 223.985 - April 2, 2016
PHILLIPI, W. V. - The Adrian College acrobatics and tumbling team competed at Alderson Broaddus in the final meet of the season. The Battlers finished ahead of the Bulldogs 274.475-223.985.

#8 Gannon 260.455, #10 Glenville State 244.775 - April 2, 2016
The No. 9 Gannon acrobatics and tumbling team rallied for from a one-point halftime deficit with a strong second-half showing and coasted to a 260.455-244.775 victory against Glenville State Saturday afternoon in the regular-season finale at the Hammermill Center.