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LSU wins 2024 NCAA women’s gymnastics national championship

For the first time in program history, LSU wins the 2024 NC women’s gymnastics national championship. The Tigers regained their lead and finished the afternoon 198.2250 points ahead of California, Utah and Florida.

It all came down to Rotation 4, where LSU climbed from second to first place, while California landed in second place with a total score of 197.8500. Utah trailed by -0.425 points with a total score of 197.8000, and Florida was fourth with a score of 197.4375.

LSU finished its history-making season with a 31-3 overall record and a 24-game win streak.

πŸ“² Tap or click here for the advancing teams and individuals in the 2024 NC Women’s Gymnastics Championships

The 2024 NC Women’s Gymnastics Championships began on April 3 with regional competition leading to the championship semifinals on April 18 and the championship finals on April 20 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. View the full rankings and results of the 2024 national championship below:

2024 NC Women’s Gymnastics Championship

Here’s a look at the latest NC Women’s Gymnastics Championships:

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Championship schedule

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  • National Championship | Saturday April 20

  • Regional | First round, Wednesday April 3:

  • Regional | First and second rounds, Thursday April 4
    • Ann Arbor (Michigan):
      Alabama 197,450, Penn State 196,925Michigan 196,725, Kent State 195,650
    • Oklahoma 198,050, Ohio State 196,975Illinois 196,750, NC State 195,950
    • Gainesville (Florida):
      State of Iowa 195,875Clemson 195,625
    • Berkeley (California):
      Southern Utah 195,525San Jose State 195,500
    • Fayetteville (Arkansas):
      Arkansas 197,325, Kentucky 197,100Nebraska 196,600, Arizona 195,600
      LSU 197.800, Minnesota 196.950, Oregon State 196,450, BYU 196,500
  • Regionals |Second round, Friday April 5
    • Gainesville (Florida):
      Utah 197,825, Michigan State 197,475Towson 196.350, Maryland 195.050
      Florida 197,925, Missouri 197,525Georgia 197,425, Iowa 196,575
    • Berkeley (California):
      Denver 197,275, Arizona State 197,150, UCLA 197.050, Washington 196.650
      California 197,800, Stanford 197,600, Auburn 196,800, Southern Utah 196,475
  • Regional Finals β€” Day 1 | Saturday April 6
  • Regional Finals β€” Day 2 | Sunday April 7

Selections

Arkansas Regional (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, host)

  • Teams
    • *Arkansas
    • Arizona
    • Boise State
    • Brigham Young
    • Kentucky
    • LSU
    • Minnesota
    • Nebraska
    • State of Oregon
  • All-round competitors
    • Luciana Alvarado-Reid, Central Michigan
    • Kendall Whitman, George Washington
  • Individual event specialists
    • Vault – Sydney Benson, Brigham Young
    • Vault – Elizabeth Cesarone, Central Michigan
    • Vault – Sarah Zois, George Washington
    • Vault – Kiera O’Shea, Northern Illinois
    • Uneven Bars – Courtney Blackson, Boise State
    • Uneven Bars – Emily Lopez, Boise State
    • Uneven Bars – Anyssa Alvarado, Brigham Young
    • Uneven Bars – Anna Bramblett, Brigham Young
    • Uneven Bars – Alyssa Al-Ashari, Northern Illinois
    • Balance beam – Emily Lopez, Boise State
    • Balance Beam – Emma Loyim, Bosie State
    • Balance beam – Adriana Popp, Boise State
    • Balance Beam – Brynlee Anderson, Brigham Young
    • Balance Beam – Elease Rollins, Brigham Young
    • Balance beam – Maya Peters, George Washington
    • Floor exercise – Courtney Blackson, Boise State
    • Floor Exercise – Emma Loyim, Boise State
    • Floor Exercise – Hallie Hornbacher, Central Michigan

California Regional (University of California, Berkeley, host)

  • Teams
    • State of Arizona
    • Chestnut brown
    • *California
    • Denver
    • San Jose State
    • Southern Utah
    • Stanford
    • UCLA
    • Washington
  • All-round competitors
    • Maggie Slife, Air Force
    • Karina Monoz, Iowa
    • Lauren Macpherson, San Jose State
    • Niya Randolph, Southern Utah
  • Individual event specialists
    • Vault – Kayla Pardue, Southern Utah
    • Vault – Keanna Abraham, UC Davis
    • Vault – Megan Ray, UC Davis
    • Uneven Bars – Kara Houghton, Sacramento State
    • Uneven Bars – Jada Mazury, San Jose State
    • Uneven Bars – Isabella Neff, Southern Utah
    • Uneven Bars – Brianna Brooks, Utah State
    • Balance beam – Ilka Juk, Iowa
    • Balance Beam – Katherine Weyhmiller, San Jose State
    • Balance Beam – Ellie Cacciola, Southern Utah
    • Balance Beam – Kennedi McClain, Southern Utah
    • Floor Exercise – Emily Erb, Iowa
    • Floor exercise – Bailey Libby, Iowa
    • Floor Exercise – Jada Mazury, San Jose State
    • Floor Exercise – Keanna Abraham, UC Davis

Florida Regional (University of Florida, host)

  • Teams
    • Clemson
    • *Florida
    • Georgia
    • The state of Iowa
    • Maryland
    • State of Michigan
    • Missouri
    • Towson
    • Utah
  • All-round competitors
    • Rebecca Wells, Clemson
    • Syd Morris, Long Island University
    • Kylie Gorgenyi, New Hampshire
  • Individual event specialists
    • Vault – Molly Arnold, Clemson
    • Vault – Noelle Adams, Iowa State
    • Safe – Josie Bergstrom, Iowa State
    • Vault – Lali Dekanoidze, North Carolina
    • Vault – Emily Leese, Rutgers
    • Uneven Bars – Lali Dekanoidze, North Carolina
    • Uneven Bars – Isabelle Schaefer, North Carolina
    • Uneven Bars – Avery Balser, Rutgers
    • Balance beam – Kielyn McCright, Clemson
    • Balance Beam – Koelle Adams, Iowa State
    • Balance Beam – Josie Bergstrom, Iowa State
    • Floor Exercise – Julia Bedell, Brown
    • Floor Exercise – Molly Arnold, Clemson
    • Floor Exercise – Brie Clark, Clemson
    • Floor Exercise – Noelle Adams, Iowa State
    • Floor Exercise – Kaia Parker, Iowa State
    • Floor Exercise – Brooke Donabedian, Temple

Michigan Regional (University of Michigan, host)

  • Teams
    • Alabama
    • Ball stands
    • Illinois
    • Kent state
    • *Michigan
    • NC State
    • Oklahoma
    • State of Ohio
    • Penn State
  • All-round competitors
    • Zoe Middleton, Ball State
    • Raisa Boris, Eastern Michigan
    • Payton Murphy, Western Michigan
  • Individual event specialists
    • Vault – Victoria Henry, Ball State
    • Vault – Suki Pfister, Ball State
    • Vault – Alana Fisher, Eastern Michigan
    • Vault – Arielle Ward, Illinois
    • Vault – Jaye Mack, State of Illinois
    • Uneven Bars – Ashley Szymanski, Ball State
    • Uneven Bars – Megan Teter, Ball State
    • Uneven Bars – Lynden Saltness, Illinois
    • Uneven Bars – Mia Takekawa, Illinois
    • Balance Beam – Ella Chemotti, Eastern Michigan
    • Balance Beam – Mia Takekawa, Illinois
    • Balance beam – Nya Kraus, Lindenwood
    • Floor Exercise – Suki Pfister, Ball State
    • Floor Exercise – Mia Townes, Illinois
    • Floor Exercise – Jaye Mack, Illinois State
    • Floor exercise – Jordyn Ewing, Pittsburgh
    • Floor Exercise – Cassie St. Clair, Western Michigan

The top two teams from each region automatically receive a place in the national championships. In addition, the best all-around competitor and top event specialist from the second round of each region (not part of a team advancing to the National Championships) will advance to the National Championships. Event Specialist Qualifiers will only compete in the events they have qualified for.

The national championships will take place April 18-20 in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Dickies Arena. The championship event is hosted by Texas Woman’s University and Knight EADY. For tickets and information about the National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships, visit ncaa.com/wgymnastics. Tap or click here for more information about the 2024 championship.

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History of the NC Women’s Gymnastics Championship

Last season, Oklahoma won the 2023 NCAA women’s gymnastics national championship with a score of 198.3875. Florida came in second with a score of 198.2375. Utah and LSU finished third and fourth, respectively.

πŸ”„ WHAT HAPPENED: Complete coverage of the 2023 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship | Last disc 2023

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS SECOND PLACE POINTS HOST OR SITE
2023 Oklahoma KJ Kindler 198,375 Florida 198.2375 Fort Worth, Texas
2022 Oklahoma KJ Kindler 198.2000 Florida 198.0875 Fort Worth, Texas
2021 Michigan Beverly Plocki 198.25 Oklahoma 198.1625 Fort Worth, Texas
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
2019 Oklahoma KJ Kindler 198.3375 LSU 197.8250 Fort Worth, Texas
2018 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 198.0750 Oklahoma 198.0375 St Louis
2017 Oklahoma KJ Kindler 198.3875 LSU 197.7375 St Louis
2016 Oklahoma KJ Kindler 197,675 LSU 197,450 Fort Worth, Texas
2015 Florida Rhonda Faehn 197,850 Utah 197,800 Fort Worth, Texas
2014 Florida, Okla Rhonda Faehn, KJ Kindler 198,175 LSU 197,600 Birmingham, Ala.
2013 Florida Rhonda Faehn 197,575 Oklahoma 197,375 UCLA
2012 Alabama Sarah Patterson 197,850 Florida 197,775 Georgia Tech
2011 Alabama Sarah Patterson 197.65 UCLA 197,375 Cleveland
2010 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 197,725 Oklahoma 197.25 Florida
2009 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197,825 Alabama 197,575 Nebraska
2008 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197.45 Utah 197,125 Georgia
2007 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197.85 Utah 197.25 Utah
2006 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197.75 Utah 196.8 State of Oregon
2005 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197,825 Alabama 197.4 Chestnut brown
2004 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 198,125 Georgia 197.2 UCLA
2003 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 197,825 Alabama 197,275 Nebraska
2002 Alabama Sarah Patterson 197,575 Georgia 197.25 Alabama
2001 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 197,575 Georgia 197.4 Georgia
2000 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 197.3 Utah 196,875 Boise State
1999 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 196.85 Michigan 196.55 Utah
1998 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 197,725 Florida 196.35 UCLA
1997 UCLA Valorie Kondos field 197.15 State of Arizona 196.85 Florida
1996 Alabama Sarah Patterson 198,025 UCLA 197,475 Alabama
1995 Utah Greg Marsden 196.65 Alabama, Mich 196,425, 196,425 Georgia
1994 Utah Greg Marsden 196.4 Alabama 196.35 Utah
1993 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 198 Alabama 196,825 State of Oregon
1992 Utah Greg Marsden 195.65 Georgia 194.6 Minnesota
1991 Alabama Sarah Patterson 195,125 Utah 194,375 Alabama
1990 Utah Greg Marsden 194.9 Alabama 194,575 State of Oregon
1989 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 192.65 UCLA 192.6 Georgia
1988 Alabama Sarah Patterson 190.05 Utah 189.5 Utah
1987 Georgia Suzanne Joculan 187.9 Utah 187.55 Utah
1986 Utah Greg Marsden 186.95 State of Arizona 186.7 Florida
1985 Utah Greg Marsden 188.35 State of Arizona 186.6 Utah
1984 Utah Greg Marsden 186.05 UCLA 185.55 UCLA
1983 Utah Greg Marsden 184.65 State of Arizona 183.3 Utah
1982 Utah Greg Marsden 148.6 Cal State Fullerton 144.1 Utah

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