The NCAA has confirmed the teams and individuals who have advanced to compete in the 2023 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships that are set for April 13-15 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.
The women’s gymnastics championships consists of eight teams, as well as four all-around competitors and 16 event specialists who were not members of a qualifying team. The top two teams from each of the four regionals have advanced to the national championships. In addition, the top all-around competitor and the top finisher on each event from each regional have also advanced to the national championships.
California, LSU, Denver, and Florida will compete in the first semifinal on the afternoon of April 13. Kentucky, Oklahoma, Utah, and UCLA will follow later that evening in the second semifinal. The top two teams from each semifinal will advance to the Four on the Floor final to compete for the national championship on April 15.
Individual national champions will be decided during the semifinals, with the all-around and event titles going to the gymnast(s) with the highest score across the afternoon and evening session. There are no separate event finals.
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See below for the qualifying teams and individuals.
|TEAM||REGIONAL||REGIONAL FINAL SCORE|
|Hannah Scharf||Arizona State||Pittsburgh||39.625|
|Payton Harris||Ohio State||Norman||39.600|
|Chloe Widner||Stanford||Los Angeles||39.550|
Individual Event Qualifiers
|Courtney Blackson||Boise State||Los Angeles||10.000|
|Ava Piedrahita||Penn State||Pittsburgh||9.900|
|Emily Lopez||Boise State||Los Angeles||9.950|
|Cassidy Rushlow||Penn State||Pittsburgh||9.950|
|Gabrielle Stephen||Michigan State||Pittsburgh||9.950|
|Alisa Sheremeta||Missouri||Los Angeles||9.950|
|Jade Carey||Oregon State||Denver||9.950|
|Elexis Edwards||Ohio State||Norman||9.950|
|Derrian Gobourne||Auburn||Los Angeles||9.925|
|Delanie Harkness||Michigan State||Pittsburgh||9.925|