NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships

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NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships
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Founded1982
Current championsMichigan (1)
Most successful club(s)Georgia (10)
WebsiteNCAA.com
The University of Georgia Gym Dogs, including individual apparatus national champions Courtney McCool and Grace Taylor, are honored at the White House by President of the United States George W. Bush for their winning the 2008 Division I team national championship.

The NCAA introduced women's gymnastics as a championship sport in 1982. Gymnastics was one of twelve women's sports added to the NCAA championship program for the 1981–82 school year, as the NCAA engaged in battle with the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women for sole governance of women's collegiate sports. The AIAW continued to conduct its established championship program in the same twelve (and other) sports; however, after a year of dual women's championships, the NCAA conquered the AIAW and usurped its authority and membership.

Under the NCAA, only seven universities have claimed the overall Division I championship; the Division II competition was discontinued in 1987. During the early years of competition, the University of Utah, under the leadership of head coach Greg Marsden, dominated the field of competition. During the late 1980s and 1990s, the University of Georgia (UGA), coached by Suzanne Yoculan, and the University of Alabama, coached by Sarah Patterson, gained success and claimed several titles. From 1996 to 2012, the University of Alabama, the University of Georgia, and UCLA, coached by Valorie Kondos Field, claimed all NCAA titles; four titles for the University of Alabama, seven for UCLA and seven for the University of Georgia.

In 2013, the University of Florida, coached by Rhonda Faehn, broke the reign of the prior four teams, winning the NCAA Championships held at UCLA's newly renovated Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. Faehn was a competitor for the Bruins 1990–1992. The University of Oklahoma, coached by K.J. Kindler, became the sixth team to win the NCAA title after tying with Florida in 2014. In 2021, the University of Michigan, coached by Bev Plocki, became the seventh team to win the NCAA title.

Team titles[edit]

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships is located in the United States
Georgia
Georgia
Utah
Utah
UCLA
UCLA
Alabama
Alabama
Florida
Florida
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Michigan
Michigan
Schools with national championships
Gold pog.svg – 10 championships, Red pog.svg – 9 championships, Blue pog.svg – 7 championships,
Pink pog.svg – 6 championships, White pog.svg – 4 championships, Green pog.svg – 3 championships, Black pog.svg – 1 championship
Team Number Years won
Georgia 10 1987, 1989, 1993, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Utah 9 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995
UCLA 7 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2018
Alabama 6 1988, 1991, 1996, 2002, 2011, 2012
Oklahoma 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
Florida 3 2013, 2014, 2015
Michigan 1 2021

Team champions[edit]

Year Winner Score Finalists Semi finalists
1982 Utah 148.60 Cal State Fullerton, 144.15
Penn State, 143.10
Oregon State, 143.00
Arizona State, 142.95
UCLA, 142.40
Florida, 140.90
Nebraska, 138.10
Oklahoma State, 137.20
Michigan, 136.90
N/A
1983 Utah 184.65 Arizona State, 183.30
Cal State Fullerton, 179.25
Alabama, 179.05
Florida, 177.85
(tie) UCLA and LSU, 177.80
Ohio State, 176.65
Oregon State, 173.55
Nebraska, 165.55
N/A
1984 Utah 186.05 UCLA, 185.55
Cal State Fullerton, 183.9
Arizona State, 183.65
Florida, 182.2
Alabama, 180.8
Penn State, 179.45
Washington, 178.55
Georgia, 177.6
Arizona, 176.9
N/A
1985 Utah 188.35 Arizona State, 186.6
Florida, 184.3
Alabama, 184.05
Cal State Fullerton, 183.5
Oregon State, 183.15
Georgia, 180.9
Ohio State, 179.75
Penn State, 179.0
Oklahoma, 177.4
N/A
1986 Utah 186.95 Arizona State, 186.70
Alabama, 186.35
Georgia, 185.45
Cal State Fullerton, 185.00
Penn State, 182.70
UCLA, 181.70
Florida, 181.30
LSU, 180.55
Ohio State, 177.80
N/A
1987 Georgia 187.90 Utah, 187.55
UCLA, 187.00
Alabama, 186.60
Arizona State, 184.00
Florida, 183.80
LSU, 181.50
Ohio State, 180.20
Washington, 179.85
Nebraska, 179.50
Arizona, 179.45
Oregon State, 174.50
N/A
1988 Alabama 190.05 Utah, 189.50
UCLA, 188.80
LSU, 187.90
Georgia, 186.80
Florida, 186.65
Oregon State, 186.50
Arizona State, 185.10
Arizona, 184.00
Nebraska, 183.55
Penn State, 179.70
Michigan State, 178.80
N/A
1989 Georgia 192.65 UCLA, 192.60
Alabama, 192.10
Nebraska, 190.80
Utah, 190.20
Cal State Fullerton, 189.45
(tie) Arizona State and Oregon State, 187.90
Oklahoma, 187.05
Florida, 187.00
Arizona, 186.50
Ohio State, 186.40
N/A
1990 Utah 194.900 Alabama, 194.575
Georgia, 193.225
UCLA, 193.100
Nebraska, 192.225
LSU, 192.100
Oregon State, 189.950
Cal State Fullerton, 189.700
Towson, 187.975
(tie) Arizona and Florida, 187.175
Ohio State, 183.650
N/A
1991 Alabama 195.125 Utah, 194.375
Georgia, 193.375
Oregon State, 192.350
Penn State, 190.950
Florida, 189.700
LSU, 188.600
Brigham Young, 187.700
(tie) Arizona State and Auburn, 187.650
Arizona, 187.475
Utah State, 185.950
N/A
1992 Utah 195.650 Georgia, 194.600
Alabama, 193.350
Penn State, 192.775
Arizona, 191.950
Oregon State, 191.375
Arizona State, 191.025
California, 190.725
UCLA, 189.825
Stanford, 189.100
Florida, 188.725
Brigham Young, 187.775
N/A
1993 Georgia 198.000 Alabama, 196.825
Utah, 195.825
UCLA, 194.925
Auburn, 194.725
Arizona, 194.075
(tie) LSU and Oregon State, 193.425
Michigan, 193.125
Florida, 192.950
Penn State, 192.700
Arizona State, 192.175
1994 Utah 196.400 Alabama, 196.350
Georgia, 195.850
Michigan, 195.150
UCLA, 194.975
Florida, 194.850
Oregon State, 193.625
LSU, 193.225
Brigham Young, 192.325
Arizona State, 190.825
Washington, 190.525
New Hampshire, 188.450
1995 Utah 196.650 (tie) Alabama and Michigan, 196.425
UCLA, 196.150
Georgia, 196.075
Oregon State, 194.850
Florida, 195.425
Penn State, 194.150
LSU, 193.025
Brigham Young, 191.925
Nebraska, 191.750
West Virginia, 189.650
1996 Alabama 198.025 UCLA, 197.475
(tie) Georgia and Utah, 196.775
Oregon State, 196.525
Michigan, 196.375
Arizona, 195.125
Florida, 194.825
Stanford, 194.025
Nebraska, 193.950
Penn State, 192.700
Brigham Young, 192.500
1997 UCLA 197.150 Arizona State, 196.850
Georgia, 196.600
Michigan, 196.500
Florida, 196.425
Nebraska, 195.250
Utah, 196.025
Washington, 195.975
Alabama, 195.600
Minnesota, 194.775
Penn State, 194.300
LSU, 193.825
1998 Georgia 197.725 Florida, 196.350
Alabama, 196.300
Utah, 196.025
UCLA, 195.750
Arizona State, 195.450
Washington, 195.450
Michigan, 195.425
LSU, 195.300
Penn State, 194.625
North Carolina State, 194.125
Brigham Young, 193.400
1999 Georgia 196.850 Michigan, 196.550
Alabama, 195.950
Arizona State, 195.900
UCLA, 195.850
Nebraska, 194.800
Utah, 195.475
Penn State, 194.775
LSU, 194.475
(tie) Florida and Stanford, 194.000
West Virginia, 191.850
2000 UCLA 197.300 Utah, 196.875
Georgia, 196.800
Nebraska, 196.725
Alabama, 196.500
Michigan, 195.725
Penn State, 195.350
Iowa State, 195.325
LSU, 194.950
Oregon State, 194.750
Brigham Young, 194.500
West Virginia, 194.175
2001 UCLA 197.575 Georgia, 197.400
Michigan, 197.275
Alabama, 196.550
(tie) Nebraska and Utah 196.025
Florida, 195.825
Stanford, 195.400
Arizona State, 194.775
Oklahoma, 193.875
Oregon State, 193.775
Denver, 193.625
2002 Alabama 197.575 Georgia, 197.250
UCLA, 197.150
Utah, 196.950
Nebraska, 196.425
Stanford, 196.025
Michigan, 196.175
LSU, 195.850
Minnesota, 195.700
Florida, 195.675
Arizona, 194.975
Oregon State, 192.925
2003 UCLA 197.825 Alabama, 197.275
Georgia, 197.150
Nebraska, 197.125
Michigan, 196.050
Utah, 195.300
Florida, 196.325
Stanford, 196.200
Arizona State, 194.225
LSU, 194.000
Iowa, 193.825
Auburn, 193.525
2004 UCLA 198.125 Georgia, 197.200
(tie) Alabama and Stanford, 197.125
Florida, 196.800
Utah, 195.775
LSU, 196.650
Michigan, 196.500
Arizona State, 196.325
Nebraska, 196.150
Oklahoma, 195.750
Iowa, 194.775
2005 Georgia 197.825 Alabama, 197.400
Utah, 197.275
UCLA, 197.150
Michigan, 196.575
Nebraska, 196.425
Florida, 196.225
Iowa State, 195.975
LSU, 195.800
Penn State, 194.975
Brigham Young, 194.625
Oklahoma, 194.425
2006 Georgia 197.750 Utah, 196.800
Alabama, 196.725
Florida, 196.275
Nebraska, 196.175
Iowa State, 194.725
Michigan, 196.00
LSU, 195.650
Arizona State, 195.575
Oklahoma, 195.525
Oregon State, 195.150
Arkansas, 194.375
2007 Georgia 197.850 Utah, 197.250
Florida, 197.225
UCLA, 196.925
Stanford, 196.825
Nebraska, 195.975
LSU, 196.275
Oklahoma, 196.250
Alabama, 196.125
Oregon State, 195.100
Denver, 195.575
Michigan, 195.100
2008 Georgia 197.450 Utah, 197.125
Stanford, 196.750
Florida, 196.700
LSU, 196.350
Alabama, 196.125
UCLA, 196.725
(tie) Michigan and Oklahoma, 196.075
Arkansas, 195.825
Oregon State, 195.475
Denver, 194.200
2009 Georgia 197.825 Alabama, 197.575
Utah, 197.425
Florida, 196.725
Arkansas, 196.475
LSU, 196.375
UCLA, 196.625
Stanford, 196.225
Penn State, 196.100
Oklahoma, 195.825
Oregon State, 195.350
Illinois, 195.050
2010 UCLA 197.725 Oklahoma, 197.250
Alabama, 197.225
Stanford, 197.100
Florida, 197.000
Utah, 196.225
Nebraska, 196.175
Oregon State, 196.050
LSU, 196.025
Michigan, 195.700
Arkansas, 195.600
Missouri, 194.600
2011 Alabama 197.650 UCLA, 197.375
Oklahoma, 197.250
Nebraska, 196.725
Utah, 196.500
Michigan, 196.425
Florida, 196.125
Oregon State, 196.100
Arkansas, 195.450
Georgia, 195.450
Illinois, 195.100
Kent State, 195.000
2012 Alabama 197.850 Florida, 197.775
UCLA, 197.750
Stanford, 197.500
Utah, 197.375
Arkansas, 196.300
Oklahoma, 196.925
Nebraska, 196.625
LSU, 196.550
Ohio State, 196.525
Georgia, 196.500
Oregon State, 196.450
2013 Florida 197.575 Oklahoma, 197.375
Alabama, 197.350
UCLA, 197.100
LSU, 197.050
Georgia, 196.675
Michigan, 196.850
Minnesota, 196.375
Utah, 196.200
Arkansas, 196.150
Illinois, 195.700
Stanford, 194.700
2014 Florida
&
Oklahoma
198.175 LSU, 197.600
Alabama, 197.550
Georgia, 197.100
Nebraska, 196.500
UCLA, 197.050
Utah, 197.025
Stanford, 196.600
Michigan, 196.425
Illinois, 195.800
Penn State, 194.825
2015 Florida 197.850 Utah, 197.800
Oklahoma, 197.525
Alabama, 197.275
Stanford, 197.250
Auburn, 195.625
Michigan, 197.025
Nebraska, 196.675
Georgia, 196.600
LSU, 196.550
UCLA, 196.400
Oregon State, 195.875
2016 Oklahoma 197.6750 LSU, 197.4500
Alabama, 197.4375
Florida, 197.3500
UCLA, 196.8250
Georgia, 196.8125
California, 195.8500
Nebraska, 195.7750
Utah, 195.7625
Stanford, 195.5750
Auburn, 195.1000
Minnesota, 194.9875
2017 Oklahoma 198.3875 LSU, 197.7375
Florida, 197.7000
UCLA, 197.2625
Utah, 196.5875
Alabama, 196.0000
Nebraska, 197.2125
Washington, 196.5625
Denver, 196.4750
Michigan, 196.4625
Oregon State, 196.3625
Georgia, 195.8000
2018 UCLA 198.075 Oklahoma, 198.0375
Florida, 197.850
LSU, 197.8375
Utah, 196.900
Nebraska, 196.800
Georgia, 196.6875
Alabama, 196.6250
California, 196.500
Arkansas, 196.425
Washington, 196.250
Kentucky, 196.0625
2019 Oklahoma 198.3375 LSU, 197.8250
UCLA, 197.5375
Denver, 197.0000
Michigan, 197.2000
Oregon State, 196.9000
Utah, 196.7250
Georgia, 196.4625
2020 Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
2021 Michigan 198.2500 Oklahoma, 198.1625
Utah, 197.9875
Florida, 197.1375
Alabama, 197.5750
LSU, 197.5625
California, 197.3625
Minnesota, 197.1875

Individual champions[edit]

Year All-Around Vault Uneven Bars Balance Beam Floor Exercise
1982 Sue Stednitz (Utah) Elaine Alfano (Utah) Lisa Shirk (Pittsburgh) Sue Stednitz (Utah) Mary Ayotte-Law (Oregon State)
1983 Megan McCunniff (Utah) Elaine Alfano (Utah) Jeri Cameron (Arizona State) Julie Goewey (Cal State Fullerton) Kim Neal (Arizona State)
1984 Megan Marsden (Utah) Megan Marsden (Utah) Jackie Brummer (Arizona State) Heidi Anderson (Oregon State) Maria Anz (Florida)
1985 Penney Hauschild (Alabama) Elaine Alfano (Utah) Penney Hauschild (Alabama) Lisa Zeis (Arizona State) Lisa Mitzel (Utah)
1986 Jackie Brummer (Arizona State)
Penney Hauschild (Alabama)
Pam Loree (Penn State)
Kim Neal (Arizona State)
Lucy Wener (Georgia) Jackie Brummer (Arizona State) Penney Hauschild (Alabama)
Lisa Zeis (Arizona State)
1987 Kelly Garrison (Oklahoma) Yumi Mordre (Washington) Lucy Wener (Georgia) Yumi Mordre (Washington) Kim Hamilton (UCLA)
1988 Kelly Garrison (Oklahoma) Jill Andrews (UCLA) Kelly Garrison (Oklahoma) Kelly Garrison (Oklahoma) Kim Hamilton (UCLA)
1989 Corinne Wright (Georgia) Kim Hamilton (UCLA) Lucy Wener (Georgia) Jill Andrews (UCLA)
Joy Selig (Oregon State)
Kim Hamilton (UCLA)
Corinne Wright (Georgia)
1990 Dee Dee Foster (Alabama) Michele Bryant (Nebraska) Marie Roethlisberger (Minnesota) Joy Selig (Oregon State) Joy Selig (Oregon State)
1991 Hope Spivey (Georgia) Anna Basaldua (Arizona)
Hope Spivey (Georgia)
Kelly Macy (Georgia) Gina Basile (Alabama)
Missy Marlowe (Utah)
Hope Spivey (Georgia)
1992 Missy Marlowe (Utah) Kristen Kenoyer (Utah)
Tammy Marshall (Massachusetts)
Heather Stepp (Georgia)
Missy Marlowe (Utah) Dana Dobransky (Alabama)
Missy Marlowe (Utah)
Missy Marlowe (Utah)
1993 Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Heather Stepp (Georgia) Agina Simpkins (Georgia)
Beth Wymer (Michigan)
Dana Dobransky (Alabama) Amy Durham (Oregon State)
Tammy Marshall (Massachusetts)
Heather Stepp (Georgia)
1994 Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Lori Strong (Georgia)
Sandy Woolsey (Utah)
Beth Wymer (Michigan)
Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Hope Spivey (Georgia)
1995 Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Beth Wymer (Michigan) Jenny Hansen (Kentucky) Leslie Angeles (Georgia)
Jenny Hansen (Kentucky)
Stella Umeh (UCLA)
1996 Meredith Willard (Alabama) Leah Brown (Georgia) Stephanie Woods (Alabama) Summer Reid (Utah) Heidi Hornbeek (Arizona)
Kim Kelly (Alabama)
1997 Kim Arnold (Georgia) Susan Hines (Florida) Jenni Beathard (Georgia) Elizabeth Reid (Arizona State)
Summer Reid (Utah)
Leah Brown (Georgia)
1998 Kim Arnold (Georgia) Larissa Fontaine (Stanford)
Susan Hines (Florida)
Heidi Moneymaker (UCLA) Kim Arnold (Georgia)
Jenni Beathard (Georgia)
Betsy Hamm (Florida)
Karin Lichey (Georgia)
Stella Umeh (UCLA)
1999 Theresa Kulikowski (Utah) Heidi Moneymaker (UCLA) Angie Leonard (Utah) Kiralee Hayashi (UCLA)
Theresa Kulikowski (Utah)
Andree Pickens (Alabama)
Marny Oestreng (Bowling Green)
2000 Heather Brink (Nebraska) Heather Brink (Nebraska) Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA) Lena Degteva (UCLA) Suzanne Sears (Georgia)
2001 Onnie Willis (UCLA)
Elise Ray (Michigan)
Cory Fritzinger (Georgia) Yvonne Tousek (UCLA) Theresa Kulikowski (Utah) Mohini Bhardwaj (UCLA)
2002 Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA) Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA) Andree Pickens (Alabama) Elise Ray (Michigan) Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA)
Nicole Arnstad (LSU)
2003 Richelle Simpson (Nebraska) Ashley Miles (Alabama) Jamie Dantzscher (UCLA)
Kate Richardson (UCLA)
Kate Richardson (UCLA) Richelle Simpson (Nebraska)
2004 Jeana Rice (Alabama) Ashley Miles (Alabama) Elise Ray (Michigan) Ashley Kelly (Arizona State) Ashley Miles (Alabama)
Courtney Bumpers (North Carolina)
2005 Tasha Schwikert (UCLA) Kristen Maloney (UCLA) Terin Humphrey (Alabama) Kristen Maloney (UCLA) Courtney Bumpers (North Carolina)
2006 Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Ashley Miles (Alabama) Courtney Kupets (Georgia)
Kristina Baskett (Utah)
Courtney Kupets (Georgia)
April Burkholder (LSU)
Kate Richardson (UCLA)
2007 Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Terin Humphrey (Alabama) Ashley Postell (Utah) Morgan Dennis (Alabama)
2008 Tasha Schwikert (UCLA) Susan Jackson (LSU) Tasha Schwikert (UCLA) Grace Taylor (Georgia) Courtney McCool (Georgia)
2009 Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Ashleigh Clare-Kearney (LSU) Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Courtney Kupets (Georgia) Courtney Kupets (Georgia)
Ashleigh Clare-Kearney (LSU)
2010 Susan Jackson (LSU) Vanessa Zamarripa (UCLA) Carly Janiga (Stanford) Susan Jackson (LSU) Brittani McCullough (UCLA)
2011 Kylee Botterman (Michigan) Marissa King (Florida) Kat Ding (Georgia) Samantha Peszek (UCLA) Geralen Stack-Eaton (Alabama)
2012 Kytra Hunter (Florida) Kytra Hunter (Florida) Kat Ding (Georgia) Geralen Stack-Eaton (Alabama) Kat Ding (Georgia)
2013 Bridget Sloan (Florida) Diandra Milliner (Alabama)
Rheagan Courville (LSU)
Alaina Johnson (Florida) Bridget Sloan (Florida) Joanna Sampson (Michigan)
2014 Kim Jacob (Alabama) Katherine Grable (Arkansas)
Rheagan Courville (LSU)
Bridget Sloan (Florida) Taylor Spears (Oklahoma) Katherine Grable (Arkansas)
2015 Samantha Peszek (UCLA)
Kytra Hunter (Florida)
Elizabeth Price (Stanford) Georgia Dabritz (Utah) Samantha Peszek (UCLA) Kytra Hunter (Florida)
2016 Bridget Sloan (Florida) Brandie Jay (Georgia)
Katie Bailey (Alabama)
Brittany Rogers (Georgia)
Bridget Sloan (Florida)
Danusia Francis (UCLA)
Bridget Sloan (Florida)
Nina McGee (Denver)
2017 Alex McMurtry (Florida) Kennedi Edney (LSU) Alex McMurtry (Florida)
Katie Bailey (Alabama)
Sarah Finnegan (LSU)
Kyla Ross (UCLA)
Nicole Lehrmann (Oklahoma)
Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma)
Kyla Ross (UCLA) Ashleigh Gnat (LSU)
MyKayla Skinner (Utah)
2018 Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma) Brenna Dowell (Oklahoma)
MyKayla Skinner (Utah)
Alex McMurtry (Florida)
Elizabeth Price (Stanford)
Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma)
Peng-Peng Lee (UCLA) Katelyn Ohashi (UCLA)
Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma)
2019 Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma) Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma)
Kyla Ross (UCLA)
Kennedi Edney (LSU)
Derrian Gobourne (Auburn)
Sarah Finnegan (LSU) Natalie Wojcik (Michigan) Kyla Ross (UCLA)
Alicia Boren (Florida)
Lynnzee Brown (Denver)
Brenna Dowell (Oklahoma)
2020 Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
2021 Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma) Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma)
Haleigh Bryant (LSU)
Maile O'Keefe (Utah)
Maya Bordas (California)
Luisa Blanco (Alabama) Anastasia Webb (Oklahoma)
Lexi Graber (Alabama)
Maile O'Keefe (Utah)

Gymnasts who have won individual titles on 4 or more events[edit]

Name All-Around Vault Uneven Bars Balance Beam Floor Exercise
Courtney Kupets 2006, 2007, 2009 2007 2006, 2009 2006, 2009 2009
Jamie Dantzscher 2002 2002 2003 2002
Jenny Hansen 1993, 1994, 1995 1994, 1995 1994, 1995 1995
Missy Marlowe 1992 1992 1991, 1992 1992
Maggie Nichols 2018, 2019 2019 2017, 2018 2018
Kyla Ross 2019 2017 2017 2019

Gym Slam[edit]

A Gym Slam (sometimes spelled as GymSlam) is the accomplishment of scoring a perfect 10.0 on each apparatus.[1] Only 11 women in NCAA gymnastics have achieved this feat and only 2 have achieved it twice:[2]

Gymnast College VT UB BB FX Year Accomplished
Missy Marlowe Utah March 2, 1992 February 11, 1991 February 7, 1992 March 9, 1992 1992
Heather Stepp Georgia February 14, 1992 February 12, 1993 February 6, 1993 February 6, 1993 1993
Kristen Kenoyer Utah February 19, 1993 March 20, 1993 March 9, 1992 February 13, 1993 1993
Karin Lichey Georgia February 11, 1996 February 23, 1996 February 23, 1996 February 23, 1996 1996
Ashley Kelly Arizona State March 21, 2003 March 21, 2003 March 5, 2004 February 27, 2004 2004
Kristen Maloney UCLA April 3, 2004 March 6, 2005 February 16, 2001 March 4, 2001 2005
Courtney Kupets Georgia April 4, 2009 February 10, 2007 January 23, 2009 February 28, 2009 2009
Bridget Sloan Florida January 11, 2015 March 13, 2015 February 7, 2014 January 24, 2014 2015
Maggie Nichols Oklahoma January 21, 2017 March 4, 2017 February 3, 2017 February 10, 2017 2017
March 18, 2017 April 20, 2018 February 17, 2017 March 18, 2018 2018
Alex McMurtry Florida January 16, 2015 January 29, 2016 January 26, 2018 February 24, 2017 2018
Kyla Ross UCLA February 10, 2019 January 28, 2017 February 20, 2017 March 16, 2019 2019
February 16, 2019 February 18, 2017 March 18, 2017 March 23, 2019 2019

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alex McMurtry Receives NCAA Today's Top 10 Award". USA Gymnastics. January 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "Hall of 10s". Balance Beam Situation.

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