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2017 Women's NCAA Championships

2017 Women's NCAA Championships
The top 12 NCAA teams in the nation will battle in out in St. Louis at the 2017 NCAA Championships. Oklahoma will look to defend their national title while other teams will fight to make history for their schools.

Semifinal #1:

Oklahoma
Utah
UCLA
Denver
Oregon State
Washington

Semifinal #2:

LSU
Florida
Alabama
Michigan
Georgia
Nebraska

Individuals:

All-around: Katie Becker (Auburn), Jessica Yamzon (Arkansas), Mollie Korth (Kentucky), Alex Hyland (Kentucky), Angel Metcalf (Iowa), Alexis Mattern (Ohio State), Haylee Young (Iowa State), Shanni Remme (Boise State), Briannah Tsang (Penn State), Sabrina Garcia (Penn State), Zaakira Muhammad (West Virginia), Cami Drouin-Allaire (George Washington)

Event finalists: Denelle Pedrick (Central Michigan, vault), Braie Speed (Arkansas, vault), Samantha Cerio (Auburn, uneven bars), Katy Clements (Central Michigan, balance beam), Desiree Palomares (California, balance beam), Elizabeth Price (Stanford, uneven bars), Clair Kaji (Iowa, balance beam), Chelsea Ranieri (George Washington, vault)
Friday April 14
Semifinal 1: 12 pm CT
Semifinal 2: 7pm CT

Saturday April 15
Super Six Final: 8pm CT

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2017 NCAA Super Six Records & Stats

Apr 17, 2017 by Rebecca Johnson - 14 Comments

Super Six Information via the NCAA Championship NotesThis is the 36th National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championships.Oklahom
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