Field Set For 2017 NCGA Championship

FloGymnastics is excited to bring you LIVE coverage of the 2017 National Collegiate Gymnastics Association Championships on March 31 to April 1 at UW Stout's Johnson Fieldhouse in Menomonie, Wisconsin.

UW-La Crosse is looking for its third straight title at the competition, which crowns Division III's champions each year. The team and all-around championships kick off on Friday, March 31, at 6 PM CT, and the individual event championships follow on Saturday, April 1, at 4 PM CT.

Six teams qualified into this meet through this past weekend's WIAC Championships/NCGA East and West Regionals. The top three teams from the two different regionals qualified to the NCGA Championships.

The event finals qualifiers were selected by taking into account performances throughout the season as well as scores at regionals.

West Region


Team Qualifiers
UW-Whitewater
UW-La Crosse
UW-Stout

Individual Qualifiers

Vault
Lisa O'Donnell, UW-WHITEWATER
Kaylee Jondahl, UW-STOUT
Mikala Bugge, UW-STOUT
Alex Kopp, GUSTAVUS
Dana LoCascio, UW-OSHKOSH
Kelly Huseman, UW-STOUT
Katie Fiorilli, UW-WHITEWATER
Samantha Wiekamp, UW-LA CROSSE
Kari Willett, UW-LA CROSSE
Chloe Rehberg, UW-WHITEWATER
Dani Barmore, UW-LA CROSSE

Bars
Abby Ostrovsky, UW-LA CROSSE
Lisa O'Donnell, UW-WHITEWATER
Samantha Ardy, GUSTAVUS
Kate Mierow, UW-WHITEWATER
Amy Enright, UW-LA CROSSE
MacKenzie Nicholson, UW-STOUT
McKenzie Foster, UW-WHITEWATER
Mackenzie Smith, UW-WHITEWATER
Baylee Tkaczuk, UW-OSHKOSH
Lauren Wilson, UW-LA CROSSE
Dani Barmore, UW-LA CROSSE
Katie Pipp, WINONA

Beam
Baylee Tkaczuk, UW-OSHKOSH
Franchesca Hutton, UW-WHITEWATER
Mackenzie Smith, UW-WHITEWATER
Eboni Jackson, WINONA
Jessica Ahrens, UW-LA CROSSE
Dana LoCascio, UW-OSHKOSH
Kari Willett, UW-LA CROSSE
Lisa O'Donnell, UW-WHITEWATER
McKenzie Foster, UW-WHITEWATER
Courtney Pickett, UW-WHITEWATER
Kelly Johnston, WINONA

Floor
Courtney Pickett, UW-WHITEWATER
Lisa O'Donnell, UW-WHITEWATER
Kaylee Jondahl, UW-STOUT
Kate Mierow, UW-WHITEWATER
Elsa Spitzmueller, UW-LA CROSSE
Eboni Jackson, WINONA
Kari Willett, UW-LA CROSSE
Bailey Finin, UW-OSHKOSH
Mikala Bugge, UW-STOUT
Erin Olson, EAU CLAIRE

All-Around
Eboni Jackson, WINONA
Alex Kopp, GUSTAVUS
Lauren Kershener, GUSTAVUS
Jessica Bernardo, OSHKOSH


East Region


Team Qualifiers
SUNY-Brockport
Ursinus College
Springfield College

Individual Qualifiers

Vault
Stephanie Mager, BROCKPORT
Candis Kowalik, BROCKPORT
Jen Sklenar, BROCKPORT
Rachel Filipski, CORTLAND
Bridgette Schaal, BROCKPORT
Heather Brubaker, URSINUS
Casey Sullivan, BROCKPORT
Bailey Gildemeyer, CORTLAND
Lily Szafranski, CORTLAND
Carolyn Nichols, ITHACA
Marissa DeAngelo, SPRINGFIELD

Bars
Sidney McConnell, CORTLAND
Baylie Trammell ITHACA
Jess Clemens, SPRINGFIELD
Vanessa Scalora, URSINUS
Meghan Cash, BROCKPORT
Maddie O'Braitis, BROCKPORT
Briana Kerr, SPRINGFIELD
Lauren Chavis, URSINUS
Kaelin Ruoss, URSINUS
Caitlin Elsadek, BROCKPORT
Allison Hester, BROCKPORT

Beam
Kaelin Ruoss, URSINUS
Candis Kowalik, BROCKPORT
Marissa DeAngelo, SPRINGFIELD
Jen Sklenar, BROCKPORT
Amanda Palladino, URSINUS
Erica Roth, BROCKPORT
Skylar Haas, URSINUS
Kendra Balcerak, ITHACA
Bailey Gildemeyer, CORTLAND
Taylor Keough, BROCKPORT

Floor
Brittany Vasile, BROCKPORT
Candis Kowalik, BROCKPORT
Jenn Sklenar, BROCKPORT
Alexandra Puryear, URSINUS
Nicole Silva, SPRINGFIELD
Bailey Gildemeyer, CORTLAND
Taylor Keough, BROCKPORT
Bridgette Schaal, BROCKPORT
Tali Twomey, SPRINGFIELD
McKenna Passalacqua, CORTLAND
Meghan Cash, BROCKPORT

All-Around
Allie DeBiase, RHODE ISLAND
Miranda Murphy, RHODE ISLAND


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