From MyKayla Skinner To Kaitlyn Schou, 5 Stellar Week Three Routines

The third week of the NCAA season kicks off on Friday with a heavy schedule as Denver and Boise State clash in a quad meet. Meanwhile, SEC and Pac-12 action continues with a young Kentucky squad taking on an experienced Florida team, and Oregon State travels to Utah. On Saturday the action continues as Arizona State meets Stanford in a battle of two programs in the midst of rebuilding after a disappointing 2017 season.

Here are five routines you won't want to miss.

1. Kaitlyn Schou | Denver | Balance Beam

Friday, Jan. 19 vs. Seattle Pacific, Illinois-Chicago and Boise State



Schou scored a 9.950 for this beautiful and confident routine in Denver’s second meet of the season. Her 9.912 average is the second-highest in the country. The junior’s routine is highlighted by a wonderfully connected front aerial-back handspring-layout step out series and a solid beat jump-sheep jump combination. The Pioneers are tied for second in the country on beam behind Florida with a 49.225 average.

2. Shani Remme | Boise State | Balance Beam

Friday, Jan. 19 vs. Seattle Pacific, Illinois-Chicago and Denver



Remme was a stalwart on beam for the Broncos last season and had nine of 12 routines score a 9.850 or better. The junior opened her season with a 9.875 against Southern Utah. She has a solid routine and has a great switch leap-switch half leap series that she does incredibly well. Look for Remme to continue to bring in the solid scores for Boise State this season.

3. Mollie Korth | Kentucky | Vault

Friday, Jan. 19 vs. Florida at 7 PM ET on SEC Network



Korth earned a 9.975 for this vault initially before the score was changed to a 9.950. The sophomore has beautiful form in the air and a stuck landing. Korth is a key piece of Kentucky’s vault lineup with her vault starting out of a 10.0 and will continue to be one to watch on the event this season.

4. MyKayla Skinner | Utah | Vault

Friday, Jan. 19 vs. Oregon State at 9 PM ET on Pac-12 Network


Skinner has shown improvement on her form in the air since starting at Utah last year. The sophomore does one of the most difficult vaults in the NCAA — a Yurchenko double twist — and does it quite well. She did not score below a 9.875 on vault as a freshman. She was not consistent with sticking her landings but absolutely drilled her landing at the Elevate the Stage meet in Reno in week two action for a 9.950.

5. Cairo Leonard-Baker | Arizona State | Floor Exercise

Saturday, Jan. 20 vs. Stanford at 5 PM ET on Pac-12 Network



Leonard-Baker won the all-around and event titles on both uneven bars and floor exercise in the Sun Devils’ win at West Virginia in week two. The freshman picked up a 9.900 for this floor routine, which helped Arizona State pick up a season-best 49.125 on floor. She opens with a sky-high double tuck and had plenty of power for a double pike on her final pass.

Minnesota Hits The Road To Take On Iowa

On Jan. 19, Minnesota will face off against Iowa as the two women’s gymnastics teams compete in a dual meet. The matchup will take place at Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena, and fans are sure to show up in droves, cheering loudly for their favorite competitors. 

5 Gymnasts To Watch At The Tampa Bay Turners Invitational

The 2019 Tampa Bay Turners Invitational will commence in St. Petersburg, Florida, Jan. 18-21. Level 2-10, Elite and Xcel gymnasts will gather to show off their skills and compete in a Nastia Liukin Cup Series Official Invitational. Hosted by Tampa Bay Turners, this exciting meet will draw competitors for more than just the Florida sunshine. Here are five gymnasts to keep an eye out for.

Katelyn Ohashi & 7 Other NCAA Floor Routines That Deserve To Go Viral

College gymnastics is different than club and elite gymnastics in many ways, and one key difference is the flexibility in routines and dance. NCAA gymnastics often attracts many people who aren’t hardcore gymnastics fans because the routines are more fun and entertaining. 

What's The Difference Between A Kasamatsu & A Tsukahara?

In his 1982 play The Real Thing, British playwright Tom Stoppard writes that love has to do “with knowing and being known.” If loving is knowing—knowing those tiny, nuanced things that turn an idea into a being—then loving gymnastics is knowing the difference between a Kasamatsu and a Tsukahara.

This Weekend On FloGymnastics: Jan. 18-19, 2019

We're already into the third week of the 2019 season, and this weekend you can watch four live events on FloGymnastics.

Georgia's Talented Freshman Class Bodes Well For Gymdogs' Future

When Oklahoma and Georgia faced off Friday night, the two squads had one thing in common. Both rosters were filled with freshmen.

Oklahoma Gymnastics Reclaims No. 1 Spot After Defeating No. 5 Georgia

NORMAN — It took only one week into the season for Oklahoma to claim the No. 1 spot in the rankings. The Sooners did it by beating up on No. 12 Arkansas in the season opener with a 198.050.

Senior Spotlight: University Of Illinois At Chicago's Mikailla Northern

In the return of this ongoing series, FloGymnastics features collegiate gymnasts who are in their final season. First for the 2019 season is the University of Illinois at Chicago's Mikailla Northern.

5 Gymnasts To Watch At The 2019 Lady Luck Invitational

Hosted by Brown’s Gymnastics in Las Vegas, the Lady Luck Invitational is a highly competitive meet set in a lively environment, and it always brings tons of gyms from around the country. Hosted this year from Jan. 16 - 21, 2019, fans can watch levels 9 and 10/Open (Elite) live on FloGymnastics. 

McCallum, Wong, Mikulak, Moldauer To Compete At 2019 American Cup

Grace McCallum, Leanne Wong, Sam Mikulak and Yul Moldauer will be representing the U.S. at the 2019 American Cup gymnastics competition on March 2 in Greensboro, North Carolina.