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DI Regular Season All America Team Announced

By Staff Reports, 03/24/20, 1:00PM EDT

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Division I Regular Season All America Awards Winners Named

BOWLING GREEN, OHIO (March 24, 2020) – Regular Season All America Award winners for the 2020 season were announced today by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association. Student-athletes with the top eight National Qualifying Scores (NQS) for the regular season (with ties), for each event plus the all around earned All-America honors. Second team All America honors are earned by student-athletes ranked Nos. 9-16 (with ties) in the NQS. The NQS scores are based on meets that occurred before the season was ended because of COVID-19. The complete list is below.

 

Thank you to GK Elite Sportswear, the proud sponsor of the WCGA awards, including these Regular Season All-America honors.

 

Vault

Status

Place

Name

University

NQS

All America

1

Maggie Nichols

Oklahoma

9.985

All America

2

Anastasia Webb

Oklahoma

9.935

All America

3

Taylor Houchin

Nebraska

9.93

All America

4(t)

Mollie Korth

Kentucky

9.925

All America

4(t)

Kiya Johnson

LSU

9.925

All America

4(t)

Maddie Karr

Denver

9.925

All America

7(t)

Drew Watson

Auburn

9.92

All America

7(t)

Jade Degouveia

Oklahoma

9.92

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Abby Brenner

Michigan

9.91

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Kim Tessen

Utah

9.91

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Kennedi Edney

LSU

9.905

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Khazia Hislop

North Carolina

9.905

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Kyla Ross

UCLA

9.905

Second Team All-America

14

Trinity Thomas

Florida

9.9

Second Team All-America

15(t)

Ruby Harrold

LSU

9.895

Second Team All-America

15(t)

Allie Stern

Oklahoma

9.895

Second Team All-America

15(t)

Sierra Brooks

Michigan

9.895

 

Uneven Bars

Status

Place

Name

University

NQS

All America

1

Kyla Ross

UCLA

9.975

All America

2(t)

Maddie Karr

Denver

9.96

All America

2(t)

Maggie Nichols

Oklahoma

9.96

All America

4(t)

Trinity Thomas

Florida

9.945

All America

4(t)

Emily Muhlenhaupt

Boise State

9.945

All America

6

Lexy Ramler

Minnesota

9.935

All America

7(t)

Ragan Smith

Oklahoma

9.93

All America

7(t)

Jade Degouveia

Oklahoma

9.93

Second Team All-America

9

Kim Tessen

Utah

9.92

Second Team All-America

10

Margzetta Frazier

UCLA

9.915

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Maya Bordas

California

9.91

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Helen Hu

Missouri

9.91

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Savannah Schoenherr

Florida

9.91

Second Team All-America

14(t)

Makarri Doggette

Alabama

9.905

Second Team All-America

14(t)

Derrian Gobourne

Auburn

9.905

Second Team All-America

16(t)

Madison Copiak

Washington

9.9

Second Team All-America

16(t)

Cristal Isa

Utah

9.9

Second Team All-America

16(t)

Mollie Korth

Kentucky

9.9

 

 

Balance Beam

Status

Place

Name

University

NQS

All America

1

Lexy Ramler

Minnesota

9.975

All America

2(t)

Kyla Ross

UCLA

9.965

All America

2(t)

Trinity Thomas

Florida

9.965

All America

4

Alexis Vasquez

Denver

9.96

All America

5

Helen Hu

Missouri

9.955

All America

6

Rachel Gowey

Florida

9.945

All America

7(t)

Grace Glenn

UCLA

9.94

All America

7(t)

Maggie Nichols

Oklahoma

9.94

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Reagan Campbell

LSU

9.93

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Abby Paulson

Utah

9.93

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Cristal Isa

Utah

9.93

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Alyssa Baumann

Florida

9.93

Second Team All-America

13(t)

Ragan Smith

Oklahoma

9.925

Second Team All-America

13(t)

Maile O'Keefe

Utah

9.925

Second Team All-America

13(t)

Anastasia Webb

Oklahoma

9.925

Second Team All-America

16

Evanni Roberson

Washington

9.92

Floor Exercise

Status

Place

Name

University

NQS

All America

1

Trinity Thomas

Florida

9.965

All America

2

Kiya Johnson

LSU

9.96

All America

3

Gracie Kramer

UCLA

9.95

All America

4(t)

Kristyn Hoffa

Washington

9.94

All America

4(t)

Kyla Ross

UCLA

9.94

All America

4(t)

Maggie Nichols

Oklahoma

9.94

All America

7(t)

Alyssa Baumann

Florida

9.935

All America

7(t)

Andrea Maldonado

Iowa State

9.935

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Maya Washington

Washington

9.93

Second Team All-America

9(t)

Sabrina Vega

Georgia

9.93

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Anastasia Webb

Oklahoma

9.925

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Kyla Bryant

Stanford

9.925

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Sydney Soloski

Utah

9.925

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Sophia Carter

Arkansas

9.925

Second Team All-America

11(t)

Maddie Karr

Denver

9.925

Second Team All-America

16(t)

Lynnzee Brown

Denver

9.92

Second Team All-America

16(t)

Lauren Guerin

Iowa

9.92

All-Around

Status

Place

Name

University

NQS

All America

1

Maggie Nichols

Oklahoma

39.775

 

All America

2

Trinity Thomas

Florida

39.75

 

All America

3

Kyla Ross

UCLA

39.7

 

All America

4

Maddie Karr

Denver

39.68

 

All America

5

Anastasia Webb

Oklahoma

39.645

 

All America

6

Kiya Johnson

LSU

39.63

 

All America

7

Lynnzee Brown

Denver

39.555

 

All America

8

Lexy Ramler

Minnesota

39.545

 

Second Team All-America

9

Mollie Korth

Kentucky

39.52

 

Second Team All-America

10

Kyana George

California

39.505

 

Second Team All-America

11

Sierra Brooks

Michigan

39.5

 

Second Team All-America

12(t)

Evanni Roberson

Washington

39.495

 

Second Team All-America

12(t)

Ona Loper

Minnesota

39.495

 

Second Team All-America

14

Natalie Wojcik

Michigan

39.435

 

Second Team All-America

15

Maya Bordas

California

39.395

 

Second Team All-America

16

Kennedy Hambrick

Arkansas

39.385

 

The WCGA is the advocate for women’s collegiate gymnastics. This coaches’ association was known previously as the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women.

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