FORT WORTH, Texas, April 16, 2021 – Anastasia Webb of the University of Oklahoma took the all-around crown at the 2021 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships Friday at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The Sooners advanced to Saturday’s team final with an event-high 198.0875 behind Webb’s standout performance. They will be joined by the University of Michigan (197.8625), the University of Utah (197.600) and the University of Florida (197.4375). The team final will air live on ABC at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Webb posted a 39.7875 to take the all-around title, edging runners up Luisa Blanco of the University of Alabama and Sierra Brooks of the University of Michigan who finished with 39.65. Webb also took top honors on vault (9.975) and floor exercise (9.9625). Louisiana State University’s Haleigh Bryant shared the vault national championship, while Lexi Graber of the University of Alabama and Maile O’Keefe of Utah tied Webb on floor. Maya Bordas of the University of California – Berkeley and O’Keefe shared the national title on uneven bars with a score of 9.95. Blanco was the top earner on balance beam with a 9.9625
The Sooners will look to defend their 2019 title after squeezing past Alabama (197.575) and LSU (197.5625) in the day’s second session, which also saw Utah advance. Earlier in the day, Michigan and Florida edged Cal (197.3625) and the University of Minnesota (196.9875) to earn their places in Saturday’s team final.
The championships is hosted by Texas Woman’s University, Knight Eady, and the Fort Worth Sports Commission.
More information is available on the NCAA’s official website.