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2013 NCAA Women's Individual Event Champions Crowned

2013 NCAA Women's Individual Event Champions Crowned

Bridget Sloan and Alaina Johnson of Florida

2013 NCAA Event Finals--

Rheagan Courville
Diandra Milliner

Alaina Johnson

Bridget Sloan

Joanna Sampson

Below is the rotation by rotation breakdown of the 2013 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships Event Finals. To read in chronological order begin at the bottom.

Beam/Floor GROUP 2:

Lindsay Mable (Minnesota)- punch rudi straddle punch front: 9.90
Joanna Sampson (Michigan)- Double layout, nice double pike: 9.9375
Nansy Damianova (Utah)- crazy high double back for such a small girl, double pike:9.8750
Rheagan Courville (LSU)- high Arabian double front step forward almost out of bounds. Stuck double back: 9.8125
Alina Weinstein (Illinois)- near fall on first pass, end with double back: 9.75
Olivia Courtney (UCLA)- Arabian double front, 1.5 + layout half + layout stepout, big step forward on double pike: 9.7750

Erica Brewer (Oklahoma)- Back handspring layout stepout layout stepout huge wobble, FALL on straddle half jump combo: 9.2750
Bridget Sloan (Florida)- bobble on bhs layout series, nice aerial, stuck roundoff double: 9.90
Marissa King (Florida)- Senior's final beam routine. Bobble on layout to two feet, Stuck double dismount: 9.7875
Danusia Francis (UCLA)- Unique mount, gorgeous flexibility, front aerial standing sideways AMAZING, Too bad she fell on a front aerial!! Audience loved it: 9.3250

Beam/Floor GROUP 1:

Marissa King (Florida)- super high Double layout 9.88
Bridget Sloan(Florida)- Stuck front double full, stuck double pike: 9.90
Kim Jacob (Alabama)- beautiful full in double pike: 9.800
Diandra Milliner (Alabama)- Sticks her Arabian double front every single time! Front layout front full, stuck double pike: 9.9250
Emily Wong (Nebraska)- Nailed triple full, 1.5 front lay, rudi: 9.9125
Katherine Grable (Arkansas)- beautiful Arabian double front, double pike: 9.8875

Kayla Williams (Alabama)- Wobble on punch front, stuck 1.5 dismount: 9.8375
Hanna Nordquist (Minnesota)- 9.8875
Mackenzie Caquatto (Florida)- Front Aerial backhand swing down. Double chest down fought for stick: 9.850
Michelle Shealy (Iowa State)- Front aerial back layout stepout: 9.8375
Katie Zurales (Michigan)- aerial to backhand, stuck roundoff double dismount: 9.8875



Nicole Dayton (Stanford)- Yurchenko half…surprising 10 start value: 9.8583
Lauren Beers (Alabama)- Super high clean Yurchenko full, slight hop: 9.8750
Vanessa Zamarripa (UCLA)- Yurchenko full, hop on landing, her last vault ever, very emotional: 9.90
Lindsey Cheek (Georgia)- Yurchenko full big step back: 9.8250
Madison Mooring (Oklahoma)- Yurchenko half, weird twist: 9.7917
Lichelle Wong (UCLA)- Yurchenko full hop on landing, "woven" hand symbol to the audience: 9.7833
Tory Wilson (Utah)- Yurchenko full hop. Clean: 9.8917
Emily Wong (Nebraska)- gorgeous backless leo, high flying Yurchenko full stuck:

Alaina Johnson (Florida)- Perfect handstands, toe to hand, beautiful toe point, stuck double lay: 9.9125
Chelsea Davis (Georgia)- toe to hand, archy save, step on landing: 9.850
Randii Wyrick (LSU)- blind full not over the bar: 9.800
Rebecca Clark (Oklahoma)- step back on double back:



Kaelie Baer (UCLA)- HIT Yurchenko full: 9.9083
Moriah Martin (Denver)- baby steps forward on Yurchenko full: 9.825
Ashanee Dickerson (Florida)- Nailed Yurchenko full: 9.90
Joanna Sampson (Michigan)- Yurchenko full step back: 9.8583
Maliah Mathis (LSU)- Yurchenko 1.5 small hop forward: 9.8667
Sarie Morrison (LSU)- stuck Yurchenko full: 9.8917
Diandra Milliner (Alabama)- High Yurchenko 1.5 slight hop: 9.9250
Cailtlin Atkinson (Auburn)- Scratch

Bridget Sloan (Florida)- beautiful handstands, stuck double layout cold: 9.90
Erica Brewer (Oklahoma)- overshoot, stuck double layout: 9.8875
Mackenzie Caquatto (Florida)- Maloney bail to hand, full in dismount and step back, would have won without that step!!: 9.8875



Olivia Courtney (UCLA)- Stuck Yurchenko full: 9.9167
Rheagan Courville (LSU)- Stuck Yurchenko full: 9.9250
Alaina Johnson (Florida)- Stuck Yurchenko full: 9.825
Kytra Hunter (Florida)- Yurchenko full and a half, hop to the side: 9.850
Lindsay Mable (Minnesota)- stuck Yurchenko full: 9.90
Brandie Jay (Georgia)- Step forward on Yurchenko 1.5: 9.8083
Chelsea Davis (Georgia)- Steps on landing for Yurchenko full

Georgia Debritz (Utah)- Comaneci, Stuck full out dismount: 9.8917
Nansy Damianova (Utah)- Maloney overshoot, blind double full tuck dismount: 9.900
Sarie Morrison (LSU)- Step on the full in dismount: 9.825


Important Information:

Vault event finals will be run a little differently this year. Since there are 24 finalists, each gymnast will only perform ONE vault and the 6 judges scores will be averaged for their final score. This is ONLY for vault! Every other event will run the same as usual: drop the high and low and average the middle.


In the final day of competition at the 2013 NCAA women's Gymnastics Championship, we'll see individual athetes vying for national titles. Below are the draws for each of the four event finals. 

Competition is set to begin at 1pm PST. 

Vanessa Zamaripa of UCLA is ranked #1 on vault and won the NCAA Vault title in 2011. She had an uncharacteristic fall on vault during last night's Super Six, so she will be looking for redemption today in her final competition as a Bruin. 

Georgia's Chelsea Davis has been ranked #1 for most of the year. She'll look to bring the bar title back to Georgia as Kat Ding won last year. She'll face tough competition from All Around Champion Bridget Sloan who edged Davis for the #1 ranking in the most recent polls. 

Oklahoma's Taylor Spears is ranked #1 on beam be unfortunately we will not see her in today's finals. It's anyone's game. Danusia Francis of UCLA has a beautiful routine that is not to miss! 

Florida's Marissa King helped Florida to the NCAA Championships yesterday on her birthday. Can she win another title today? She opens with a perfect double layout and has high scoring potential. LSU's Lloimincia Hall and Michigan's Joanna Sampson are currently tied for #1 on the event. However, Hall did not advance to finals, which is a shame.

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