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Brenna Dowell Gets Her First Perfect 10 of her NCAA Career

Last night, Brenna Dowell scored her first ever perfect 10 of her NCAA career.

Oklahoma hosted the meet against Southeastern Missouri and Texas Women's University Friday night. The Sooners won with a 197.850. Brenna contributed her first perfect ten on the uneven bars to the Sooners' win.


Brenna calmly glides through her bar routine with great height on her Church release and then sticks her full twisting double layout. BAM! Brenna also contributed a 9.975 on floor for the Sooners.



It's wonderful to see Brenna thriving in her college career after her tumultuous elite career.

Next for the Sooners, they will travel to the Mile High City to play the University of Denver Pioneers. Yours truly will be there as my fantastic sister bought me tickets for my birthday.

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