The final 6 perfect scores of the 2020 NCAA Gymnastics season

By Patricia Duffy | March 13, 2020
2020 NCAA Gymnastics
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Just like that, the 2020 NCAA Gymnastics season is over.

For most, this is the end of their competition season. For many seniors, this is likely the end of their career.

We didn’t know it, but last weekend, we witnessed the final six perfect scores of the 2020 season.

Let’s take a look back at these incredible performances.

1. Kim Tessen | Senior | Utah

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Kim Tessen’s first-career perfect 10 came in her last meet as a Utah Ute. Check out that beautiful Yurchenko 1.5!

2. Maggie Nichols | Senior | Oklahoma

Maggie Nichols‘ final perfect 10 as an Oklahoma Sooner came on vault against Michigan with this powerful Yurchenko 1.5. If this was the last time Nichols competed for OU, she finishes her career with 22 perfect 10s. That ties for third in the NCAA Perfect 10 record rankings with fellow senior Kyla Ross.

3. Ona Loper | Junior | Minnesota

Ona Loper earned her first-career perfect 10 on vault. Another stunning Yurchenko 1.5. Look at those lines! Wow!

4. Rachel Gowey | Senior | Florida

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Rachel Gowey’s first and final perfect 10 came on the road against Penn State with this beam routine. Gowey’s routine is beautifully constructed, and she is confident and sure of herself throughout. A truly great set.

5. Trinity Thomas | Sophomore | Florida

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With the second and last perfect 10 on floor in the NCAA in 2020, Trinity Thomas concluded her incredible season with this flawless routine in front of a “home” crowd. Thomas hails from York, Pennsylvania, and had plenty of family and friends in the crowd for this special occasion.

6. Kyla Ross | Senior | UCLA

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Kyla Ross hit the final perfect 10 of her career with this floaty Yurchenko 1.5 vault. She joins Nichols with 22-career perfect 10s and will finish her career ranked third in the NCAA Perfect 10 record books.