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Oklahoma earns top spot in preseason poll

By Heather Perry, 01/01/20, 12:15PM EST

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BOWLING GREEN, OHIO (December 11, 2019) – Oklahoma, winner of the 2019 NCAA National Collegiate Women’s

Gymnastics Championship, earned the top spot in the 2020 preseason poll as voted on by the coaches of the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association. The Sooners, coached by KJ Kindler, Lou Ball, and Tom Haley, will open the season on January 4, 2020 against Cal, Stanford, and UCLA in Anaheim, Calif.

             

  1. Oklahoma (1,813 points; 36 first-place votes)
  2. LSU (1,755 points; 11 first-place votes)
  3. Florida (1,680 points; 2 first-place votes)
  4. UCLA (1,671 points; 1 first-place vote)
  5. Utah (1,559 points)
  6. Michigan (1,515 points)
  7. Denver (1,493 points; 1 first place vote)
  8. Georgia (1,438 points)
  9. California (1,315 points)
  10. Alabama (1,306 points)
  11. Oregon State (1,271 points)
  12. Kentucky (1,240 points)
  13. Auburn (1,213 points)
  14. Minnesota (1,196 points)
  15. Nebraska (1,137 points)
  16. Missouri (1,000 points)
  17. Washington (925 points)
  18. Boise State (900 points)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Arkansas (798 points)
  2. Iowa State (765 points)
  3. Arizona State (749 points)
  4. Stanford (746 points)
  5. BYU (742 points)
  6. Ohio State (654 points)
  7. Penn State (638 points)
  8. Southern Utah (559 points)
  9. Illinois (544 points)
  10. North Carolina State (497 points)
  11. Iowa (427 points)
  12. West Virginia (425 points)
  13. Arizona (365 points)
  14. George Washington (317 points)
  15. Maryland (301 points)
  16. Central Michigan (233 points)
  17. New Hampshire (204 points)
  18. Lindenwood (82 points)

 

Also receiving votes: Kent State (71 points); Michigan State (69 points); Pittsburgh (57 points); North Carolina (54 points);  Utah State (45 points); UC Davis (38 points); Rutgers (35 points); Northern Illinois (26 points); San Jose State (21 points); Eastern Michigan (17 points); Sacramento State (13 points); Temple (12 points); Bowling Green (9 points); 

Western Michigan (8 points); Illinois State (6 points); Ball State (3 points); Air Force (2 points); Alaska (2 points); Wisconsin-Eau Claire (2 points); Bridgeport (1 points); Brown (1 points); Texas Woman's (1 points)

 

The WCGA is the advocate for women’s collegiate gymnastics. A new website at wcgagym.com will be launched before the start of the season in January 2020.

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