Early Signing Period List: NLIs Inked For 2018-2019

Top gymnasts from across the country and beyond have made their verbal commitments official and signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) for the 2019 season.

See the list of gymnasts who signed below. The press releases are linked to the names of each school.

Updated as of 11/16

2018-2019 NLI Signees

ALABAMA

Griffin James
Asia Dewalt
Shallon Olsen
Emily Gaskins

ARIZONA

Kennedi Davis
Asia DuVernay
MacKinzie Kane
Alivia Kendrick

ARIZONA STATE

Stephanie Tripodi

ARKANSAS

Amanda Elswick
Kennedy Hambrick

AUBURN

Derrian Gobourne

BALL STATE

Marinia Livelsberger
Marissa Nychyk
Julia Wiest
Sandra Elsadek

BOISE STATE

Hope Masiado
Alexis Stokes
Sami Smith

BOWLING GREEN

Tess Muir

BYU

Sadie Miner
Lexi Griffith
Rebekah Bean

CAL

Maya Bordas
Milan Clausi
Talitha Jones
Abi Solari

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Alaina Kosto
Morgan Tong
Sierra DeMarinis

DENVER

Maddie Quarles
Alexandra Ruiz
Alexis Vasquez

EASTERN MICHIGAN

Charlotte Reynolds
Carly Kosanovich
Brooke Hylek
Karalyn Roberts

FLORIDA

Leah Clapper
Sydney Johnson-Scharpf
Nya Reed
Savannah Schoenherr

GEORGE WASHINGTON

 Deja Chambliss
Simone Banen
Olivia Raymond
Paige Apperson

GEORGIA

Samantha Davis
Rachael Lukacs
Mikayla Magee
Megan Roberts
Abbey Ward

ILLINOIS

Mallory Mizuki
Shaylah Scott
Erin Weisel

IOWA

Alexandra Greenwald
Bridget Killian
Lauren Guerin
Jax Kranitz
Allie Gilchrist
Mackenzie Vance

IOWA STATE

Phoebe Turner

KENTUCKY

Josie Angeny
Cally Nixon
Arianna Patterson
Ella Warren

MICHIGAN

Abby Brenner
Abby Heiskell
Maddie Mariani
Natalie Wojcik

MICHIGAN STATE

Sydney Ewing

MINNESOTA

Tiarre Sales
Kaitlyn Higgins
Abbie Nylin

MISSOURI

Frances Bidwell
Hannah McCrary
Mya Mulligan

NC STATE

Katie Cox
Meredith Robinson

NEBRASKA

Abigail Johnston
Sarah Hargrove
Megan Thompson
Kaylee Quinn

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Hannah Baddick
Hailey Luie
Mariella Miele

NORTH CAROLINA

Emery Summey
Drew Aldridge

OHIO STATE

Claire Gagliardi
Kaitlyn Gilson
Colby Miller
Miriam Perez

OKLAHOMA

Allie Stern
Olivia Trautman

OREGON STATE

Leah Bivrell
Jade Carey
Madison Dagen

PENN STATE

Melissa Astarita
Dymiana Cox

PITTSBURGH

Katie Chamberlain
Caitlyne Kline
Olivia Miller
Kiley Robatin

SACRAMENTO STATE

Karissa Hoffman
Amber Koeth
Destiny Watley

SAN JOSE STATE

Tia Gin
Carli Orcutt

SEMO

Anna Kazinska
Emma LaPinta

SOUTHERN UTAH

Caitlin Kho
Karley McClain
Shylen Murakami
Rachel Smith

STANFORD

Grace Waguespack
Madison Burnette
Morgan Hoang
Wesley Stephenson
Evelyn Micco

TWU

Ellie Ambs
Sadie Bish
Domi Bonzagni
Isabel Goyco

UC DAVIS

Liah Bosworth
Cortney Cunningham

UCLA

Margzetta Frazier
Sekai Wright

UTAH

Cristal Isa
Adrienne Randall
Hunter Dula
Lauren Wong

WASHINGTON

Talia Brovedani
Madeline McLellan
Meaghan Ruttan

WEST VIRGINIA

Esperanza Abarca
Mackenzie Black
Kendra Combs
Rachel Hornung

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Press release via USA Gymnastics.

After Placing 6th In US Champs All-Around, Jade Carey Vies For Worlds Spot

Jade Carey - Floor, USA - Official Podium Training - 2017 World Championships

Between the return of Simone Biles — the greatest gymnast of all time — and the tumult within USA Gymnastics, the last nine months have been an absolute roller coaster. But that's not going to keep us from constantly recognizing the hard work and brilliant gymnastics of these athletes.

2018 U.S. Championships Lovely Leo Winners

NCAA Gymnastics 2019 Season Hype: Trinity Thomas Is Coming To Gainesville

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Elevate The Stage: JO To NCAA Gymnasts

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University Of Illinois At Chicago To Cut NCAA Gymnastics Teams

The University of Illinois at Chicago men's and women's gymnastics teams were informed on August 31 that the 2018-2019 competition season would be the final year for both teams. 

NCAA Gymnastics 2019 Season Hype: Olivia Trautman Leads The New Sooners

School is back in session, which means that your favorite NCAA gymnastics teams are also back in action with team retreats, strategy sessions, and hardcore conditioning. Though not every 2018-19 roster has been released yet, several are up online, allowing fans to have a look at the newcomers and how they might fit into the team. 

Letter To Membership From USA Gymnastics Board Chair Karen Golz

Below is a letter from USA Gymnastics board chair Karen Golz about Kerry Perry resigning as CEO and president of USA Gymnastics, via USAGym.

Dear USA Gymnastics Community:I am writing to tell you that USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry informed our Board of Directors last night that she will resign effective immediately. On behalf of the board, I want to thank Kerry for her leadership under very difficult circumstances. As you know, USA Gymnastics has been in the midst of a difficult and painful transition to ensure that the safety and interests of our athletes remain at the heart of our mission. While much as been accomplished over the past several months to stabilize the organization, we still face tremendous challenges as we all work to achieve fundamental changes to move our sport forward. We look forward to bringing in new leadership to build on the progress to date, and the board will immediately begin the search for an interim CEO. In the meantime, it has established a management committee to provide organizational oversight to maintain continuity in the day-to-day operations until an interim CEO is named. Additionally, the board is in the process of forming a search committee made up of board members, as well as athletes and others from the gymnastics and NGB community, to find our next permanent leader. Board member and Olympian Brent Lang, president and CEO of Vocera, will chair the committee. We will keep you informed as we work through our urgent leadership issues. I want to assure you that this board is determined to take the necessary steps to support a safe and competitive environment where every athlete can grow, learn life lessons, have fun and succeed. We know the last few years have been very difficult for everyone involved with USA Gymnastics, and we thank you for your patience and support through these challenging days. The athletes, parents, coaches, judges, volunteers, gym owners and USA Gymnastics staff are the heart and soul of USA Gymnastics, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that our athletes and everyone involved with our great sport and movement achieve their fullest potential. Sincerely,Karen GolzChair, Board of DirectorsUSA Gymnastics