The week after the NCAA National Championships, there have been some major coaching shake-ups in NCAA gymnastics. Utah head coach, Greg Marsden announced his retirement and University of Florida head coach Rhonda Faehn has stepped down to accept a position with USA Gymnastics.
Regionals happened. Eight straight hours of gymnastics from two o'clock in the afternoon till about ten at night. There were tears, screaming, punching and hitting things. So were my predictions head on? Should I go take my special skills to Vegas or should I keep my day job?
Today, the top 36 NCAA Gymnastics teams will go head to head for a spot at the NCAA National Championships April 17-19. The teams have been seeded into "regionals" (not so much based on their region, but based on their rankings) based on their regional qualifying score or RQS. The top two qualifiers from each of the six regionals will go onto NCAA's in Dallas. So much gymnastics, this is what Spencer at the Balance Beam Situation is calling Gymnastics Christmas . I've gone through and to the best of my abilities, I have picked my selections for the teams who will qualify out of their regional. I have no real scientific analysis of who will win, so don't use my guesses to win money in Vegas... if they actually bet on gymnastics in Vegas.