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2012 Women's All-Americans and Event Final Qualifiers

2012 Women's All-Americans and Event Final Qualifiers
This year's first and second team All-Americans have been announced, after two hard-fought rounds of semifinal competition here in Duluth.  The first team All-Americans also advance to Sunday's Individual Event Finals.

There will be no all-around final, and the AA champion is Florida freshman Kytra Hunter, who scored a 39.725 in Semifinal 2.

NCAA First Team All-Americans (In EF Competition Order!)
Vault
Rheagan Courville, LSU
Lindsey Cheek, Georgia
Marissa Gutierrez, Alabama
Kailah Delaney, Utah
Marissa King, Florida
Janelle Giblin, Nebraska
Kat Ding, Georgia
Georgia Dabritz, Utah
Diandra Milliner, Alabama
Kytra Hunter, Florida

Uneven Bars
Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA
Brie Olson, Oklahoma
Olivia Courtney, UCLA
Alaina Johnson, Florida
Chelsea Davis, Georgia
Mackenzie Caquatto, Florida
Samantha Shapiro, Stanford
Aisha Gerber, UCLA
Kat Ding, Georgia

Balance Beam
Sara Stone, Oklahoma
Samantha Peszek, UCLA
Katherine Grable, Arkansas
Geralen Stack Eaton, Alabama
Emily Wong, Nebraska
Ashley Priess, Alabama
Megan Ferguson, Oklahoma
Ivana Hong, Stanford
Jaime Pisani, Arkansas
Katie Matusik, Arizona
Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA
Amanda Spinner, Stanford

Floor Exercise

Megan Ferguson, Oklahoma
Kytra Hunter, Florida
Rachel Updike, Missouri
Jaime Pisani, Arkansas
Jessie DeZiel, Nebraska
Kat Ding, Georgia
Ashanee Dickerson, Florida
Melanie Jones, Oregon State
Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA
Geralen Stack Eaton, Alabama
Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs, UCLA

All-Around
Rheagan Courville, LSU
Stephanie McAllister, Utah
Jessie DeZiel, Nebraska
Corrie Lothrop, Utah
Kytra Hunter, Florida (AA Champion, 39.725)
Kat Ding, Georgia
Jaime Pisani, Arkansas
Geralen Stack Eaton, Alabama
Alaina Johnson, Florida

NCAA Second Team All-Americans
Vault
Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA
Olivia Courtney, UCLA
Ashley Lee, LSU
Jessie DeZiel, Nebraska
Ivana Hong, Stanford
Alyssa Brown, Stanford
Tory Wilson, Utah
Stephanie McAllister, Utah
Katie Zurales, Michigan
Katherine Grable, Arkansas
Ashanee Dickerson, Florida
Alaina Johnson, Florida
Chelsea Davis, Georgia
Noel Couch, Georgia

Uneven Bars
Samantha Peszek, UCLA
Sarie Morrison, LSU
Janelle Giblin, Nebraska
Erica Brewer, Oklahoma
Shona Morgan, Stanford
Corrie Lothrop, Utah
Ashley Sledge, Alabama
Geralen Stack Eaton, Alabama
Ashley Priess, Alabama
Jaime Pisani, Arkansas
Kytra Hunter, Florida
Gina Nuccio, Georgia

Balance Beam

Shayla Worley, Georgia
Kim Jacob, Alabama
Kayla Williams, Alabama
Sarah DeMeo, Alabama
Alaina Johnson, Florida
Kytra Hunter, Florida
Laura Moffatt, Georgia
Sarah Miller, Ohio State
Leslie Mak, Oregon State
Amy Glass, Boise State
Sharaya Musser, Penn State

Floor Exercise

Olivia Courtney, UCLA
Lloimincia Hall, LSU
Emily Wong, Nebraska
Nicole Pechanec, Stanford
Ashley Morgan, Stanford
Corrie Lothrop, Utah
Kim Jacob, Alabama
Diandra Milliner, Alabama
Marissa Gutierrez, Alabama
Bailee Zumwalde, Arkansas
Stephani Canizaro, Arkansas
Amy Ferguson, Florida
Alaina Johnson, Florida
Sarah Persinger, Georgia
Chelsea Davis, Georgia
Colleen Dean, Ohio State
Sarah Miller, Ohio State
Leslie Mak, Oregon State
Makayla Stambaugh, Oregon State
Sharaya Musser, Penn State

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