Collegiate gymnastics weekly recap - Feb. 5-11
posted on 02/12/2018

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#1 Oklahoma 198.150, North Carolina 195.750 - Feb. 11, 2018
NORMAN - The No. 1 Oklahoma women’s gymnastics team put up yet another score of 198-plus to top North Carolina 198.150-195.750 at Lloyd Noble Center Sunday afternoon.

#2 Utah 197.075, #17 Arizona State 195.400 - Feb. 9, 2018
SALT LAKE CITY — On a night where very little came easy, the No. 2 Utes nonetheless cruised past visiting No. 17 Arizona State, 197.075-195.400, before 15,207 fans in the Huntsman Center.

#3 LSU 197.150, Missouri 196.375 - Feb. 9, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The No. 24 Missouri gymnastics team tallied a season-high team score as the squad fell to No. 3 LSU, 197.150-196.375 Friday night at the Hearnes Center.

#4 UCLA 197.750, California 197.225 - Feb. 10, 2018
BERKELEY – A program-record balance beam rotation, the second-highest vault score in school history and a perfect 24-for-24 outing charged California women's gymnastics to its third-highest total in school history Saturday afternoon in Haas Pavilion.

#5 Florida 197.850, #9 Alabama 197.075 - Feb. 9, 2018
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – No. 5 Florida gymnastics used the nation's fifth-highest total of 2018 for a 197.85 – 197.075 win over No. 9 Alabama.

#13 Georgia 196.150, #6 Kentucky 195.550 - Feb. 9, 2018
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The No. 6 Kentucky (5-3, 2-3 SEC) gymnastics team fell to No. 13 Georgia (3-3, 3-3 SEC), 196.150 – 195.550, inside Memorial Coliseum on Friday night.

#7 Michigan 197.250, Michigan State 194.950 - Feb. 10, 2018
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- There is something about the University of Michigan's Flip for Chip meets that bring the best out of the women's gymnastics team as they scored a 197.250 on Saturday (Feb. 10) to earn a win over Michigan State.

#8 Nebraska 195.675, Iowa 194.900 - Feb. 10, 2018
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- In front of a program-record 3,502 Hawkeye faithful, the University of Iowa women's gymnastics team fell to No. 8 Nebraska, 195.675-194.900, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Saturday afternoon.

#10 Arkansas 196.750, #15 Auburn 194.875 - Feb. 9, 2018
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Five Razorbacks took seven event titles, including four on bars, as the 10th-ranked Arkansas gymnastics team eased past the 15th-ranked Auburn tigers 196.750-194.875 Friday night inside Barnhill Arena.

#16 Washington 197.000, #11 Oregon State 196.500 - Feb. 10, 2018
SEATTLE - The 16th-ranked Washington Huskies upset No. 11 Oregon State 197.000-196.500 Saturday afternoon in Alaska Airlines Arena.

#12 Denver 196.725, George Washington 195.950, West Virginia 194.925 - Feb. 10, 2018
DENVER - The No. 12-ranked University of Denver gymnastics team earned a 196.725 to win in front of a sold-out crowd in Hamilton Gymnasium on Saturday. Denver topped visiting No. 21 George Washington (195.950) and West Virginia (194.925).

#14 Boise State 196.400, Iowa State 195.725, San Jose State 194.500 - Feb. 9, 2018
SAN JOSE, Calif.-- The San Jose State women's gymnastics team scored a season-best 194.500 Friday night in a tri-meet at The Event Center. Boise State won the meet with a 196.400, followed by Iowa State at 195.725.

#15 Auburn 196.500, Pittsburgh 196.100, NC State 195.925, Texas Woman's 195.200 - Feb. 11, 2018
DENTON, Texas (Feb. 11, 2018) - Texas Woman's University gymnastics recorded a season-high score of 195.200 while performing 2018 team bests on vault, bars, and floor in a quad meet with No. 15 Auburn, NC State and Pitt Sunday afternoon inside Kitty Magee Arena.

#18 Minnesota 193.100, Illinois 195.100 - Feb. 9, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS - The No. 18 University of Minnesota women's gymnastics team notched their third B1G victory Friday night, beating Illinois 196.100 to 195.100.

#19 Central Michigan 194.525, Illinois State 192.025 - Feb. 9, 2018
NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State and Central Michigan met for the second time this season and for the Redbirds, the result was much different as they posted a season-high team score of 192.025 in hard-fought defeat at the hands of the Chippewas (194.525) Friday night at Horton Field House.

Arizona 195.725, #20 Stanford 195.025 - Feb. 11, 2018
TUCSON, Ariz. – The No. 25 Arizona Wildcats defeated the No. 20 Stanford Cardinals by 195.725 to 195.025 for their first win of the 2018 season.


MEN'S GYMNASTICS

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#1 Oklahoma 418.850, #10 Iowa 402.850 - Feb. 10, 2018
NORMAN — The Sooners did it again. For the second straight week the nation’s top-ranked team registered the highest score in the country in a 418.850-402.850 win over No. 10 Iowa on Saturday night inside McCasland Field House.

#2 Stanford 403.600, #12 California 395.150, #13 Arizona State 385.000, #17 Washington 369.800 - Feb. 10, 2018
STANFORD, Calif. – Event titles by Connor Lewis, Blake Sun and Joey Ringer as well as a return to action by Drew Burton highlighted the night Saturday as the No. 2 Cardinal scored a 403.600 to top No. 12 Cal, No. 13 ASU and No. 15 Washington in the annual Pac-12 Invitational.

#3T Nebraska 409.350, #18 UIC 372.250 - Feb. 10, 2018
LINCOLN, Neb. – The No. 3 Nebraska men’s gymnastics team topped UIC 409.350 – 372.250 in front of a sea of pink at the Bob Devaney Sports Center in honor of breast cancer awareness.

#6 Minnesota 408.000, #5 Illinois 406.450 - Feb. 10, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS - The No. 6 University of Minnesota Gophers knocked off the No. 5 University of Illinois Fighting Illini 408.00-406.450 in a meet that literally came down to the very last score.

#7 Penn State 417.400, #8 Ohio State 414.900 - Feb. 9, 2018
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 8th-ranked Ohio State men’s gymnastics team registered its best score of 2018, a 414.900, and won four of six event titles on Friday night at St. John Arena against No. 7 Penn State.

#11 Air Force 403.850, #9 Navy 400.200, #14 Army 399.550 - Feb. 10, 2018
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The 11th-ranked Air Force men’s gymnastics team captured its eighth consecutive team title at the All-Academy Championships this afternoon (Feb. 10) in San Antonio, as it registered a season-high score of 403.850 to easily defeat service academy rivals from No. 9 Navy (400.200) and No. 14 Army West Point (399.550).


ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING

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#1 Baylor 276.940, #11 Concordia Wisconsin 230.845 - Feb. 10, 2018
MEQUON, Wis. – The Concordia University Wisconsin Acrobatics and Tumbling team took on the best of the best Saturday night when it welcomed Baylor University to the R. John Buuck Field House.

#2 Oregon 267.890, #11 Concordia Wisconsin 225.305 - Feb. 5, 2018
MEQUON, Wis. – It was a difficult challenge on Monday night for Concordia Wisconsin, who faced the NCATA national runner-up last season in Oregon and dropped a 267.890 – 225.305 meet inside the R. John Buuck Field House.

#2 Oregon 280.100, #5 Hawaii Pacific 267.595 - Feb. 9, 2018
EUGENE, Ore. – The Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team shined in their home opener, defeating Hawai'i Pacific, 280.100-267.595, Friday night in front of 796 fans at Matthew Knight Arena.

#3 Azusa Pacific 282.075, #5 Hawaii Pacific 270.650 - Feb. 6, 2018
AZUSA, Calif. -- Azusa Pacific posted its highest score (282.075) in a season-opening meet in its entire eight-year history as a National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association founding program, winning 16 of 20 heats to run away with a double-digit victory over NCAA Division II rival Hawai'i Pacific, which scored 270.670 points Tuesday night at the Felix Event Center.

#10 Converse 261.805, #9 King 248.720 - Feb. 11, 2018
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University acrobatics & tumbling team opened the season with home meet against Converse College. The meet was close in the first half, but the Valkyries pulled away in the second half to take the win 261.805-248.720.

#13 West Virginia Wesleyan 238.090, #16 Davis & Elkins 128.450 - Feb. 6, 2018
ELKINS – The Davis & Elkins College Acrobatics & Tumbling team fell to West Virginia Wesleyan in the Senators season opener and first ever official meet Monday evening, falling to the Bobcats 238.090-128.450.

#13 West Virginia Wesleyan 247.780, #15 West Liberty 138.200 - Feb. 11, 2018
WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. – West Liberty University acrobatics & tumbling head coach Treasure Fields saw plenty of bright spots in her team's program opener against West Virginia Wesleyan Sunday afternoon in the ASRC.


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