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NCAA National Gymnastics Championships Qualifiers 2018

Qualifiers for the 2018 NCAA National Gymnastics Championships held April 20-21, 2018 in St. Louis Missouri.

Team Qualifiers
Semi Final # 1 Semi Final # 2
LSU Oklahoma
Alabama Florida
Nebraska Kentucky
Arkansas Washington
Georgia California

Individual All-Around Qualifiers
Semi Final # 1 Semi Final # 2
Brianna Brown, Michigan Lynzee Brown, Denver
Rae Balthazor, Illinois Lexy Ramler, Minnesota
Shanni Remme, Boise State Lauren Bridgens, Penn State
Jovannah East, Bowling Green Cairo Leonard Baker - Arizona St
Cami Drouin-Allaire, GW Elizabeth Price, Stanford
Morgan Lane, North Carolina

Individual Event Qualifiers
Semi Final # 1 Semi Final # 2
Shannon Hortman-Evans, BYU - Bars Meaghan Sievers,  Iowa State - Vault
Denelle Pedrick, Central Mich- Floor Jamie Stone, Ohio State - Vault
Samantha Cerio, Auburn - Bars
Abby Milliet, Auburn - Beam

First semi final will be held at 1 ET/10 PT, Friday, April 20th
Second semi final will be held at 7 ET/4 PT, Friday April 20th

Individual all-around and event winners will be awarded following the conclusion of the second semi-final session.

The top three finishers from each semi-final will move to the Super Six Final, Saturday, April 21st at 7 ET/4 PT.

Rotation schedule:

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