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Regionals Placements 2018

Placements for regionals and individual regional qualifiers were announced Monday afternoon.

Regionals will commence Saturday, April 7th, and they are being held at 4 or 6 p.m. local time of the regional.

A full schedule and preview will be posted next week.

The placements are listed below the cut.

Columbus Regional (Central) (The Ohio State University, host) – 6 p.m. EDT
2. Arkansas 
3. Boise St.
4. *Ohio St.
5. Pittsburgh
6. Kent St.

All-Around Competitors
1. Jovannah East, Bowling Green
2. Lea Mitchell, Michigan St.
3. Emili Dobronics, Eastern Mich.
4. Morgan Spence, Western Mich.
Alt. – Rachael Underwood, Western Mich.

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Rachael Underwood, Western Mich.
Vault – Lauren DeMeno, Bowling Green
   Alt. – Bri Slonim, Ball St.
Uneven Bars – Hailee Westney, Michigan St.
Uneven Bars – Kendall Valentin, Eastern Mich.
Alt. – Lacey Rubin, Eastern Mich.

Balance Beam – Laura Mitchell, Bowling Green
Balance Beam – India McPeak, Bowling Green
Alt. – Kendall Valentin, Eastern Mich.

Floor Exercise – Rachael Underwood, Western Mich.
Floor Exercise – Tia Kiaku, Ball St.
Alt. – Kayla Rose, Bowling Green

Minneapolis Regional (North Central) (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities host) – 4 p.m. CDT

1. Oklahoma
2. Kentucky
3. Denver
4. *Minnesota
5. Iowa St.

All-Around Competitors
1. Lisa O’Donnell, Wis.-Whitewater
2. Tori Erickson, Wis.-Eau Claire
3. Brooke Terry, Wis.-Stout
4. Samantha Wiekamp, Wis.-La Crosse
Alt. – Sierra Beaver, Wis.-Stout

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Mikaela Meyer, Utah St.
Vault – Madison Ward, Utah St.
Alt. – Faith Leary, Utah St.
Uneven Bars – Anna Salamone, Air Force
Uneven Bars – Brittany Jeppesen, Utah St.
Alt. – Jazmyn Estrella, Utah St.
Balance Beam – Autumn DeHarde, Utah St.
Balance Beam – Emily Briones, Utah St.
Alt. – Taylor Dittmar, Utah St.
Floor Exercise – Madison Ward, Utah St.
Floor Exercise – Autumn DeHarde, Utah St.
Alt. – Faith Leary, Utah St.

Raleigh Regional (Southeast) (North Carolina State University, host) – 4 p.m. EDT

Oregon St.
George Washington
*NC State

All-Around Competitors
1.   Morgan Lane, North Carolina
2.   Katie Waldman, William & Mary
3.   Mary Elle Arduino, Towson
4.   Taylor White, William & Mary
Alt. – Caroline Caponi, William & Mary

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Khazia Hislop, North Carolina
Vault – Madison Nettles, North Carolina
Alt. – Cortni Baker, Towson
Uneven Bars – Tyra McKellar, Towson
Uneven Bars – Kaitlynn Hedelund, North Carolina
   Alt. – Tess Zientek, Towson
Balance Beam – Khazia Hislop, North Carolina
Balance Beam – Gabriella Yarussi, Towson
Alt. – Alexis Allen, North Carolina
Floor Exercise – Khazia Hislop, North Carolina
Floor Exercise – Mikayla Robinson, North Carolina
   Alt. – Madison Nettles, North Carolina

Salt Lake City Regional (West) (Utah- host) – 4 p.m.

1. *Utah
2. California
3. Auburn
4. BYU
5. Stanford
6. Southern Utah

All-Around Competitors
1. Kelley Hebert, UC Davis
2. Alexis Brown, UC Davis
3. Annie Juarez, Sacramento St.
4.   Caitlin Soliwoda, Sacramento St.
Alt. – Kaitlin Won, San Jose St.

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Ellie Pascoe-Long, San Jose St.
Vault – Taylor Chan, San Jose St.
   Alt. – Kaprece Nadonza, San Jose St.
Uneven Bars – Kaitlin Won, San Jose St.
Uneven Bars – Gabby Landess, UC Davis
   Alt. – Courtney Soliwoda, Sacramento St.
Balance Beam – Courtney Soliwoda, Sacramento St.
Balance Beam – Stephanie Relova, San Jose St.
   Alt. – Chelsey Andrada, San Jose St.
Floor Exercise – Taylor Chan, San Jose St.
Floor Exercise – Ellie Pascoe-Long, San Jose St.
   Alt. – Jennifer Brenner, Sacramento St.

Tuscaloosa Regional (South Central) (University of Alabama, host) – 4 p.m.
1. *Alabama
2. Michigan
3. Georgia
4. Missouri
5. Illinois
6. Central Mich.

All-Around Competitors
1. Ashley Potts, Northern Ill.
2. Madison Cindric, Arizona
3. Katherine Prentice, Northern Ill.
4. Mikailla Northern, Ill.-Chicago
Alt. – Schyler Jones, Texas Woman's

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Kierstin Sokolowski, Lindenwood (MO)
Vault – Schyler Jones, Texas Woman’s
   Alt. – Alexis Brawner, Southeast Mo. St.
Uneven Bars – Christina Berg, Arizona
Uneven Bars – Serena Baker, Ill.-Chicago
   Alt. – Ryan Henry, Lindenwood (MO)
Balance Beam – Kierstin Sokolowski, Lindenwood (MO)
Balance Beam – Mallory Moredock, Texas Woman’s
   Alt. – Schyler Jones, Texas Woman’s
Floor Exercise – Anna Martucci, Northern Ill.
Floor Exercise – Alexis Brawner, Southeast Mo. St.
   Alt. – Gabrielle Cooke, Illinois St.

University Park Regional (Northeast) (Pennsylvania State University, host) – 4 p.m. EDT

1. Florida
2. Washington
3. Arizona St.
4. West Virginia
5. *Penn St.
6. New Hampshire

All-Around Competitors
1. Jacey Baldovino, Yale
2. Jade Buford, Yale
3. Kelsey Campbell, Bridgeport
4. Libby Groden, Rutgers
Alt. – Belle Huang, Rutgers

Individual Event Specialists
Vault – Sahara Gipson, Temple
Vault – Jaylene Everett, Temple
   Alt. – Toni Williams, Rutgers
Uneven Bars – Jessica Wang, Yale
Uneven Bars – Kelli Tereshko, Bridgeport
   Alt. – Kyra Levi, Penn
Balance Beam – Makenzey Shank, Rutgers
Balance Beam – Kathryn Doran, Bridgeport
   Alt. – Belle Huang, Rutgers
Floor Exercise – Maya Reimers, Bridgeport
Floor Exercise – Alex Hartke, Penn
   Alt. – Tori Edwards, Temple


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