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College Gymnastics

April 21, 2012

Georgia fell 3 times on beam and had to count two falls. Arkansas took advantage and beat them in as the third team in the night session of Nationals. Oklahoma must have screwed up to because Stanford beat them to make the super 6 too.

Finals is probably Sunday but I am not sure.

Prelim Results

Top 6 teams overall

1 University of Alabama 197.675
2 University of Florida 197.650
3 University of Arkansas 197.150
1 UCLA 197.400
2 University of Utah 197.200
3 Stanford University 197.125

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Session 1

1 1 UCLA 197.400
1 2 University of Utah 197.200
1 3 Stanford University 197.125
1 4 University of Oklahoma 196.925
1 5 University of Nebraska 196.625
1 6 Louisiana State University 196.550

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Session 2

2 1 University of Alabama 197.675
2 2 University of Florida 197.650
2 3 University of Arkansas 197.150
2 4 The Ohio State University 196.525
2 5 University of Georgia 196.500
2 6 Oregon State University 196.475

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I predict UCLA will win because their big guns made mistakes they will fix for the final section. Zam fell off beam and Peszek fell on floor. Their over score will be full tilt come the Finals.

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Event finals at College National Championships.

April 18, 2011

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All results can be found here

1 208 Marissa King University of Florida 9.8750
2 505 Madison Mooring University of Oklahoma 9.8250
3 452 Erin Davis University of Nebraska 9.8188
4 107 Kayla Hoffman University of Alabama 9.8125
5 106 Marissa Gutierrez University of Alabama 9.8000
5 454 Janelle Giblin University of Nebraska 9.8000
7 111 Ashley Sledge University of Alabama 9.7938
7 112 Geralen Stack-Eaton University of Alabama 9.7938
9 207 Alaina Johnson University of Florida 9.7875
9 403 Kylee Botterman University of Michigan 9.7875
11 254 Lindsey Cheek University of Georgia 9.7438
12 459 Jamie Schleppenbach University of Nebraska 9.7375
13 415 Katie Zurales University of Michigan 9.7313
13 661 Stephanie McAllister University of Utah 9.7313
15 153 Amy Borsellino University of Arkansas 9.6938
16 609 Brittani McCullough UCLA 9.6125
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1 256 Kat Ding University of Georgia 9.9125
2 557 Jen Kesler Oregon State University 9.8750
3 104 Sarah DeMeo University of Alabama 9.8625
3 561 Makayla Stambaugh Oregon State University 9.8625
3 602 Monique DeLaTorre UCLA 9.8625
6 207 Alaina Johnson University of Florida 9.8500
6 408 Brittnee Martinez University of Michigan 9.8500
6 413 Trish Wilson University of Michigan 9.8500
6 562 Olivia Vivian Oregon State University 9.8500
10 458 Maria Scaffidi University of Nebraska 9.8250
11 462 Emily Wong University of Nebraska 9.8125
12 506 Kayla Nowak University of Oklahoma 9.8000
13 503 Megan Ferguson University of Oklahoma 9.7750
14 605 Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs UCLA 9.7500
15 112 Geralen Stack-Eaton University of Alabama 9.2000
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1 610 Sam Peszek UCLA 9.9000
2 107 Kayla Hoffman University of Alabama 9.8875
2 604 Aisha Gerber UCLA 9.8875
4 504 Natasha Kelley University of Oklahoma 9.8750
5 302 Melissa Fernandez University of Illinois 9.8375
5 658 Mary Beth Lofgren University of Utah 9.8375
7 403 Kylee Botterman University of Michigan 9.8250
8 108 Kim Jacob University of Alabama 9.8125
8 503 Megan Ferguson University of Oklahoma 9.8125
10 558 Leslie Mak Oregon State University 9.4500
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1 112 Geralen Stack-Eaton University of Alabama 9.9375
2 212 Maranda Smith University of Florida 9.9000
2 403 Kylee Botterman University of Michigan 9.9000
2 609 Brittani McCullough UCLA 9.9000
5 157 Jaime Pisani University of Arkansas 9.8875
5 207 Alaina Johnson University of Florida 9.8875
7 260 Cassidy McComb University of Georgia 9.8750
8 561 Makayla Stambaugh Oregon State University 9.8625
9 154 Katherine Grable University of Arkansas 9.8500
9 208 Marissa King University of Florida 9.8500
11 453 Lora Evenstad University of Nebraska 9.7875
12 452 Erin Davis University of Nebraska 9.7750
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Not a happy camper

April 15, 2011

More like not a happy skater so I have decided to take it out on Dominique Moceanu. You know I only pick on her because I am a racist and she is black.

So why have I decided to pick on DOMO? (like dumbo)? well because as a non happy skater right now I have decided I wanted to follow the College gymnastics National Championships and I can’t. Why because Dominique and her submissive husband think because they live in Cleveland they should promote the championships.

Now they claim they are doing this for the sport but we all know Dominique will do anything for 15 more minutes of fame. If she can find a way to get her bloated ego on TV she’ll make it happen.

So what is a girl to do?

College Gymnastics Regional Assignments

March 22, 2011

Here is the link

Denver Regional – Denver
1. Florida (1)
2. Arkansas (12)
3. Boise State (13)
4. Denver (19)
5. Arizona (20)
6. Brigham Young (27)

Tuscaloosa Regional – Bama
1. Alabama (2)
2. PSU (11)
3. Illinois (14)
4. Auburn (22)
5. CMU (25)
6. Kentucky (30)

Corvallis Regional – Oregon State
1. Oregon State (3)
2. Nebraska (10)
3. Iowa (15)
4. SUU (31)
5. San Jose St (34)
6. MSU (36)

Ann Arbor Regional – Michigan
1. Stanford (4)
2. Michigan (9)
3. Ohio St (16)
4. Iowa St (21)
5. Minnesota (23)
6. Kent State (24)

Norman Regional – Oklahoma
1. Oklahoma (5)
2. Utah (7)
3. Washington (17)
4. UNH (32)
5. Missouri (33)
6. North Carolina (35)

Athens Regional – Georgia
1. UCLA (6)
2. Georgia (8)
3. LSU (18)
4. North Carolina St (26)
5. Maryland (28)
6. West Virginia (29)

Coming soon

January 9, 2011

The College wrap up and anything else I can come up with will be happening soon. For the last 3 days all I have been doing is watching Greek and catching up on stuff I have missed from the past and this has kind of taken over my life lately but I promise a wrap up some time in the next few days.

I am not a big College gymnastics fan. I do feel it should be covered on a Gymnastics blog so I plan on doing weekly updates again this season. Unfortune for you Cappie and Casey are so damn cute as a couple I have to watch them instead. With a little NFL football mixed in. Poor Bridget Sloan. I’ll have to make her another banner like I did last year when the Colts lost (hahahaha COLTS LOST!!!! To the Jets grrrr. Picking who I wanted to win from that game was like picking between my least favorite veggies. Umm I root for the stadium to collapse)

Ask me anything- Update

April 20, 2010

I spammed myself and the questions took an hour to be put up. I am still not getting any questions though my friend asked a few they just have not gone through. Looks like this is happening to everyone.

Keep trying maybe they will fix it. Thanks

Aunt Joyce made one of these and while I don’t have his following I thought I would create one of these and see what I get.

So ask away. I might not be online a lot the next 3 days so be patient if I don’t get back to you quickly.

http://www.formspring.me/GymTruthTeller

Sessions set for College Gymnastics

April 16, 2010

Here is the link to the rankings

Seems a lot messed up to me that Oklahoma the second seed in the Country has to be in the morning group. In fact the way they came up with these seedings makes no sense. You should reward the teams with the best records.

Teams are ranked based on the NQS from 1 to 12. Teams 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12 were placed in Group A; and teams 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11 placed in Group B.

The best AAers are in the first session and we all know scores always go up.

Courtney McCool chokes Georgia out of Nationals birth.

April 11, 2010

McCool fell off the UB’s and in the end that is what cost Georgia a chance to advance to Nationals. At the end of rotation 4 both Georgia and Oregon state were tied with the exact same score. When they counted all scores (that is how the tie breaker works)Georgia was in third (Oregan state actually moved up to first but it was only a tie breaker so they ended in second) and Georgia was out of a shot to attend Nationals and defend their title.

Here is the kicker Courtney McCool will be the only gymnast from Georgia to advance to Nationals because she won floor and beam.

Now I don’t really blame Mccool but I love my sensational headline:)

IMO Shayla Worley should have been used on bars and that could have made the difference with Georgia having 5 bad scores ranging (not counting McCools fall) from a 9.725 to two 9.800’s.

The scoring was low all around compared to the BS going on in the Los Angelos region.

http://www.Collegegymfans.com has all the scores and I will do a better recap tomorrow after work.

RIP Dixie Carter

NCAA Regional Assignments

March 29, 2010

NCAA Regional Assignments

Now this is very interesting. PA is not that fare from me and I would love to go see Oklahoma. I’ll have to look into when and where though it is probably to late.

(Not gonna happen. It would cost me 500 bucks for a one night trip.lol To bad. I thought this would be fun, sigh)

Los Angeles Regional – California (University of California, Los Angeles, host)

Teams
1. UCLA
2. Arkansas
3. Iowa State
4. Arizona
5. Brigham Young
6. Arizona State

Salt Lake City Regional – Utah (University of Utah, host)

Teams
1. Florida
2. Utah
3. Auburn
4. Boise State
5. Denver
6. Washington

Columbia Regional – Missouri (University of Missouri, Columbia, host)

Teams
1. Georgia
2. Oregon State
3. Missouri
4. Minnesota
5. Iowa
6. North Carolina

Lexington Regional – Kentucky (University of Kentucky, host)

Teams
1. Alabama
2. Nebraska
3. Illinois
4. Kentucky
5. Central Michigan
6. Michigan State

University Park Regional – Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania State University, host)

Teams
1. Oklahoma
2. LSU
3. Penn State
4. Maryland
5. Ohio State
6. New Hampshire

Morgantown Regional – West Virginia (West Virginia University, host)

Teams
1. Stanford
2. Michigan
3. Southern Utah
4. North Carolina State
5. Kent State
6. West Virginia

Anna Li’s perfect “10”

March 28, 2010

I like Anna as much as the next person but if this is what College is calling a perfect 10 then the judging is worse then I thought.