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Collegiate Gymnastics Weekly Recap - Feb. 14-20, 2022
posted on 02/21/2022

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WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS

#1 Michigan 197.950, Ohio State 196.900, Illinois 196.375, Iowa 196.225, Maryland 195.725 - Feb. 18, 2022
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The No. 1-ranked University of Michigan women's gymnastics team clinched the Big Ten regular-season championship for the seventh time in program history with a score of 197.950 Friday night (Feb. 18) at the 2022 Big Five Meet hosted by the Elevate the Stage event at Huntington Center.

#2 Florida 197.575, #10 Kentucky 197.350 - Feb. 18, 2022
LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Kentucky Gymnastics team posted its third score above a 197 at home in a row this season, as the Wildcats set eight season-high scores en route to a 197.350 Friday night inside Memorial Coliseum.

#3 Oklahoma 198.175, Washington 196.825, #18 Stanford 195.450, #12 Denver 195.050 - Feb. 19, 2022
FORT WORTH, Texas - The Oklahoma women's gymnastics team earned a statement road win Saturday night at the Metroplex Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, with a 198.125. The Sooners defeated Washington (196.825), Stanford (195.450) and Denver (195.050) in the quad-meet.

#4 Utah 198.000, #13 Oregon State 197.150 - Feb. 18, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY - No. 4 Utah Gymnastics became the fourth team in the nation to hit the 198-mark this season after downing No. 13 Oregon State 198.000-197.150 inside the Jon M. Huntsman Center on Friday.

#5 LSU 198.050, #8 Alabama 197.600 - Feb. 18, 2022
BATON ROUGE - The fifth-ranked LSU Gymnastics team scored a season-high 198.050 to take down eighth-ranked Alabama Friday night inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

#11 Missouri 197.350, #5 LSU 197.200, #16 Arkansas 196.800 - Feb. 20, 2022
COLUMBIA, MO. - The No. 11 University of Missouri gymnastic team pulls of the win against both Arkansas and No. 5 LSU in the unique SEC tri-meet. The Tigers scored a 197.350, while Arkansas scored a 196.800 and LSU pulled a 197.200.

Maryland 196.700, Pittsburgh 196.450, #6 Minnesota 196.225 - Feb. 14, 2022
COLLEGE PARK, MD - The Maryland gymnastics team recorded its fourth-best score in program history with a 196.700 in its tri-meet on Monday afternoon, downing the No. 6 Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Pitt Panthers.

#14 Michigan State 196.975, Nebraska 196.750, #6 Minnesota 196.500, Penn State 196.125, Rutgers 195.475 - Feb. 19, 2022
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The University of Minnesota gymnastics team competed in the Big Five Meet at Elevate Toledo on Saturday night at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio.

#7 Auburn 197.175, Georgia 196.300 - Feb. 18, 2022
ATHENS, Ga. — The University of Georgia gymnastics team posted a season-high score on beam, but fell to Auburn by a score of 197.175 to 196.300 on Friday night in front of a sold-out crowd in Stegeman Coliseum.

#20 Arizona State 197.800, #15 UCLA 195.475 - Feb. 20, 2022
TEMPE, Ariz. - With the seventh-highest team score in program history, No. 20 Sun Devil Gymnastics picked up its first win in 21 years over the No. 15 UCLA Bruins on Sunday with career highs across all events to clinch the 197.800 to 195.475 Pac-12 win at Desert Financial Arena.

#19 BYU 197.225, Southern Utah 197.000 - Feb. 18, 2022
PROVO, Utah - In a close match-up, the Cougars came away with their third win in a row and highest score of the season to beat the Thunderbirds at the Smith Field House on Friday, Feb. 18 with a final score of 197.225-197.000.


 

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MEN'S GYMNASTICS

#2 Oklahoma 414.200, #3 Nebraska 403.300 - Feb. 19, 2022
NORMAN — The No. 2 Oklahoma men's gymnastics team registered its highest overall score of the season in a 414.200-403.300 win against No. 3 Nebraska on Saturday night at McCasland Field House.

#5 Ohio State 393.950, #10 Army 374.850, #12 William & Mary 364.550 - Feb. 19, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The No. 5 Ohio State men's gymnastics team won the Buckeyes' tri-meet on Saturday inside the Covelli Center against No. 10 Army and No. 12 William & Mary. Ohio State finished with 393.950, while Army totaled 374.850 and W&M had 364.550.

#8 Navy 385.300, #11 Springfield 381.900 - Feb. 20, 2022
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - In its first competition since January 30, the Springfield College men's gymnastics team was clipped by Navy, 385.300-381.900 in a showdown that came down to the final event.

#9 California 401.150, #13 Air Force 376.900 - Feb. 20, 2022
BERKELEY - For any men's gymnastics team, a total score of 400.000 looms as the gold standard that only the best can aspire to reach. On Sunday, Cal men's gymnastics grasped that score and stomped it under their collective heel, finishing with 401.150 points to Air Force's 376.900 in Sunday's triumph at Haas Pavilion.


 

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ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING

#1 Baylor 281.230, East Texas Baptist 211.680 - Feb. 16, 2022
MARSHALL, Texas - Hosting #1 Baylor University for the home opener, East Texas Baptist University scored 211.680 points to the Bears' 281.230 in Ornelas Gym. The 211.680 points were the most scored this season by ETBU as they are now 0-2 overall.

#2 Azusa Pacific 281.870, #5 Hawaii Pacific 272.800 - Feb. 18, 2022
HONOLULU - No. 5 Hawai'i Pacific University opened the Acrobatics & Tumbling season with a generally strong performance, but faltering in a few heats spelled the difference as No. 2 Azusa Pacific defeated HPU 281.870-to-272.800 on Friday night at The Shark Tank.

#4 Quinnipiac 270.890, Kutztown 139.050 - Feb. 18, 2022
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - For one night, the achievement was far more important than the final score. Nearly 16 months after introducing acrobatics & tumbling as its 22nd varsity sport, Kutztown University took to the mat competitively for the first time Friday night at Keystone Arena.

#6 Gannon 267.745, #8 Fairmont State 259.220 - Feb. 18, 2022
ERIE, Pa. - The No. 6-ranked Gannon Acrobatics & Tumbling team used big advantages in the final three events to pull away with a 267.745-259.220 victory over eighth-ranked Fairmont State on Friday evening at the Highmark Events Center in Erie.

#7 Converse 259.835, Lander 247.155 - Feb. 16, 2022
GREENWOOD, S.C. - The Bearcats clawed back in season opener against No. 7 Converse, pulling within 4.40 points before heading into the Team Event. Converse secured the win during the final event winning 259.835-247.155.

#10 King 254.740, Chowan 109.750 - Feb. 19, 2022
MURFREESBORO, N.C. - Two years in the making, the Chowan Acrobatics & Tumbling team had their inaugural meet of the season. The Hawks would fall to nationally-ranked King in their opener.

#11 West Liberty 235.450, West Virginia Wesleyan 234.050 - Feb. 17, 2022
WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. - The No. 11-ranked West Liberty University acrobatics and tumbling team had to fight off a determined upset bid from a much-improved West Virginia Wesleyan team here Thursday night to pull out a 235.45-234.05 victory in a mutual season opener inside the ASRC.

#12 Presbyterian 251.680, Saint Leo 236.365 - Feb. 20, 2022
CLINTON, S.C. - The 12th-ranked Presbyterian College Blue Hose (1-0) Acrobatics and Tumbling team opened the 2022 season with a win over the Saint Leo Lions (0-1) by the score of 251.680-236.365 in the Templeton Center.

#13 Belmont Abbey 254.540, Coker 252.220 - Feb. 19, 2022
HARTSVILLE, S.C. - The Coker University acrobatics and tumbling team came up just short in their dual on Saturday (Feb. 19), as they fell to Belmont Abbey by a 254.54-252.22 margin.

#15 Frostburg State 258.340, Stevenson 118.175 - Feb. 19, 2022
STEVENSON, Md. -- Stevenson acrobatics & tumbling made history as the 28th varsity sport at Stevenson, opening its inaugural season hosting No. 15 Frostburg State, falling by a final total of 258.340-118.175.

Concordia-Wisconsin 232.425, Adrian 227.675 - Feb. 20, 2022
ADRIAN, Mich. -The Concordia Wisconsin acrobatics & tumbling team tamed the Bulldogs of Adrian College on Sunday afternoon to remain unbeaten on the season. The Falcons picked up a 232.425 to 227.675 victory to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Davis & Elkins 233.725, Glenville State 164.725 - Feb. 20, 2022
ELKINS, W.Va. - Coach Mariah Ack and her Davis & Elkins acrobatics and tumbling team made history Sunday afternoon inside the McDonnell Center, beating Glenville State for the first time in program history. The final score was 233.725 - 164.725.


 

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