2011 Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup Qualifiers

The last of the 2011 Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup official qualifiers concluded this weekend and we now have the complete list of qualifiers from each of the invitationals. There's a good mix of athletes and should be a tough competition. It appears to be about half elite gymnasts and half level 10, and the biggest name on the list is likely Kayla Williams, 2009 World vault Champion, who has dropped back to level 10 for her senior year before heading to Alabama. The competition will be held under Junior Olympic scoring. 

Check out the full list of qualifiers below and click here to watch videos and interviews with the 2011 qualifiers

CGA Parents Club Coaches Spectacular, Covington, Ky.

Amelia Hundley - Cincinnati Gymnastics - jr international elite
Kayla Williams - Cincinnati Gymnastics - former elite National team member, 2009 World Vault Champion, now in level 10, signed with Alabama

Folger's New Year Invitational, Wichita, Kan.
Brittney Sooksengdao - McCracken's Gymnastics - level 10
Kaitlyn Hall - Kansas Gymnastics and Cheer

Lady Luck Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev
Lauren Marinez - Orlando Metro - jr international elite
Mykayla Skinner - Desert Lights - jr international elite

Flip Fest Invitational, Knoxville, Tenn.
Katie Bailey - High Point Gymnastics
Georgia Dabritz - Ace Gymnastics - senior international elite, signed with Utah

Circle of Stars, Indianapolis, Ind.
Mary Jane Horth - Gymnastics World
Kathryn Kluz - Oakland Gymnastics Training Center - level 10

Wisconsin Dells Gymnastics Vacation Classic, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.
Maile'ana Kanewa - Gymnastics Academy - level 10, committed to Oklahoma
Jordan Naleway - Aerial Gymnastics Club - level 10, signed with Illinois

Parkettes Invitational, Allentown, Pa.
Annette Miele - Parkettes - Senior international eltie, dropped back to level 10 this year, signed with Michigan
Ashley Lambert - World Class Gymnastics - level 10, former junior elite

Metroplex Challenge, Fort Worth, Texas
Rachel Spicer - Metroplex - 2010 JO National Champion, committed to Florida
Sachi Sugiyama - Top Flight Gymnastics - level 10, signed with Michigan

2011 Rock-n-Roll Classic, Broadview Heights, Ohio
Jennie Laeng - Olympic Dreams - level 10
Kelsey Lawless - Elite Gymnastics Academy

Pikes Peak Cup, Colorado Springs, Colo
Mackenzie Brannan - Capital Gymnastics - jr international elite
Kiersten Wang - Colorado Aerials - level 10, signed with Florida, 2nd year NLSC qualifier

The 37th Annual Fiesta Bowl, Chandler, Ariz.
Caitlin Mann - Tumbleweeds
Asi Peko - Brown's Gymnastics - level 10 and former jr elite

IGI Chicago Style Meet, Chicago, Ill.
Maggie Nichols - Twin City Twisters - level 10, just qualified elite
Grace Williams - Gedderts' Twistars - Jr International Elite, 2010 JO National Champion
Tory Wilson - Gold Cup - level 10
Michaela Woodford - Sun Country - level 10

Buckeye Classic, Columbus, Ohio
Lisa Burt - Ace Gymnastics
Ali Jackson - Xtreme Gymnastics

Presidential Classic, Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, Fla
Miya Dotson - Oakland Gymnastics
Alyssa Nocella - Silvia's Gymnastics

Excalibur Cup, Virginia Beach, Va.
Alexandra McMurty - Richmond - 2010 JO Level 10 National team, plans to go elite
Rebecca Tutka - Parkettes - level 10, signed with Utah

WOGA Classic, Frisco, Texas, Feb. 19-20
Stefani Catour - Desert Lights - jr international elite
Alina Cartwright - Legacy Elite - level 10

Classic Rock Invitational, Glendale, Ariz.
Megan Jimenez - Precision Gymnastics - level 10
Kassandra Lopez - Tumbleweeds Gymnastics - level 10, finished 2nd all-around at the 2010 Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup, signed with Utah

Find out more info on this year's Nastia Cup on USA Gymnastics.
Click here to watch videos with the qualifiers

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