WATCH: Every Winning Individual Routine From 2017 NCAA Championships

Christy Ann Linder
The semifinals of the 2017 NCAA Championships on Friday evening in St. Louis determined the individual event and all-around champions. Watch each of the winning routines from Chaifetz Arena below.

Alex McMurtry won the all-around title with a 39.8125. Kennedi Edney won vault with a 9.9875. There was a six-way tie for first on bars between McMurtry, Katie Bailey, Sarah Finnegan, Kyla Ross, Nicole Lehrmann, and Maggie Nichols​, who all scored a 9.95. Kyla Ross won beam with a 9.9625. Ashleigh Gnat and MyKayla Skinner tied for the floor title with a 9.9625. Full Results: 2017 NCAA Championships Individual Champions

VAULT

Kennedi Edney - LSU, 9.9875

Post-meet interview

BARS

Katie Bailey - Alabama, 9.95



Alex McMurtry - Florida, 9.95

Also watch McMurtry's vault, beam, floor, and post-meet interview

Kyla Ross - UCLA, 9.95



Maggie Nichols - Oklahoma, 9.95



Nicole Lehrmann - Oklahoma, 9.95



Sarah Finnegan - Oklahoma, 9.95



BEAM

Kyla Ross - UCLA, 9.9675

Post-meet interview

FLOOR

MyKayla Skinner - Utah, 9.9625

Post-meet Interview

Ashleigh Gnat - LSU, 9.9625



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