Field is set for USA Gymnastics Women's Collegiate National Championships
posted on 03/23/2017

INDIANAPOLIS, March 23, 2017– The field is set for the 2017 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships, scheduled for April 7-9 at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Wash. The nine schools competing for the team title are: Brown University, Cornell University, Lindenwood University, Seattle Pacific University, Texas Woman’s University, U.S. Air Force Academy, University of Bridgeport, West Chester University and Yale University. Schools with athletes competing for an event or all-around title only are: Centenary College, Southern Connecticut State University and University of Pennsylvania.

Session 1
Friday, April 7, 2017 at 2 p.m.
  • Bridgeport (1) – Uneven Bars
  • Cornell (4) – Floor
  • Air Force (5) – Vault
  • West Chester (8) – Balance Beam
Session 2
Friday, April 7, 2017 at 7 p.m.
  • Lindenwood (2) – Uneven Bars
  • Texas Woman’s (3) – Floor
  • Yale (6) – Balance Beam
  • Brown (7) – Vault
  • SPU – BYE before Bars
Team Finals
April 8, 2017 at 7 p.m.

Individual Finals
April 9, 2017 at 1:15 p.m.

Individual all-around qualifiers:
  • Ashley White, Centenary College
  • Tavia Smith, Centenary College
Vault specialists:
  • Caroline Moore, University of Pennsylvania
  • Tiffany Elliot, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Alexandra Avendano, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Ally Podsednik, University of Pennsylvania
  • Cami Bea Austin, Centenary College
  • Alexandra Lesperance, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Nicole Swirbalus, University of Pennsylvania
  • Emma Cullen, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kylyn Dawkins, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Aspen Hattley, Centenary College
  • Tiffany Coleman, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Tara Mills, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kellie Flavin, University of Pennsylvania
  • Taylor Le Moal, Centenary College
  • Isabella Antonangeli, Southern Connecticut State University
Uneven bars specialists:
  • Kyra Levi, University of Pennsylvania
  • Emma Cullen, University of Pennsylvania
  • Caroline Mitsch, University of Pennsylvania
  • Allison Scates, Centenary College
  • Kellie Flavin, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kathleen Aberger, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Alex Kothe, University of Pennsylvania
  • Evelyn Harris, Centenary College
  • Kasey Kilmurray, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Rotem Porat, Southern Connecticut State University
Balance beam specialists:
  • Rotem Porat, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Kathleen Aberger, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Rachel Graham, University of Pennsylvania
  • Caroline Moore, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kelly Tan, University of Pennsylvania
  • Nicole Swirbalus, University of Pennsylvania
  • Ally Podsednik, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kylyn Dawkins, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Allison Scates, Centenary College
  • Delia Ardoin, Centenary College
Floor exercise specialists:
  • Alexandra Avendano, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Navia Jordan, Centenary College
  • Alex Hartke, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kyra Levi, University of Pennsylvania
  • Caroline Moore, University of Pennsylvania
  • Cami Bea Austin, Centenary College
  • Abigail Bensley, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Kathleen Aberger, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Keylea Brothers, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Rachel Graham, University of Pennsylvania
  • Nicole Swirbalus, University of Pennsylvania
  • Kellie Flavin, University of Pennsylvania
  • Olivia Hirsch, Centenary College
  • Tiffany Elliot, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Kylyn Dawkins, Southern Connecticut State University
The USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships is for Division I, II and III schools with less than seven-and-a-half full scholarships.

Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States. Its mission is to encourage participation and the pursuit of excellence in the sport. Its disciplines include men's and women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, acrobatic gymnastics, and group gymnastics (known internationally as Gymnastics for All). For more information, log on to www.usagym.org