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Arizona @ Stanford Live Blog

Okay, we're back in the Pac-12 with Arizona at Stanford. Stanford is home of the fantastic Elizabeth "Ebee" Price who, from what I have gathered, has been basically supporting this team on her back (this is all hearsay - I have yet to confirm this myself).  But, Stanford has been known to start slow and peak at just the right time. Arizona had some trouble at their first two meets, scoring 194.025 & 193.225. At their last meet at Iowa State, they showed a huge improvement with a 195.850. This should be a tight meet, so refresh the page every five to ten minutes for all the action!

Denver, Towson & Temple @ West Virginia Live Blog

Today, it's Big 12 action with a quad meet featuring Denver, West Virginia, Towson and Temple. Fun fact - Maddie Karr of Denver had a front page headline in yesterday's Denver Post!   Refresh the page every few minutes to catch up with all the action.

Utah @ Washington Live Blog

Happy Saturday Everyone! I'm back for more NCAA gymnastics live blogging with Utah at Washington. This is Washington's first home meet of the year and Utah is still looking to...  still be super dominant. (I just woke up from a cat nap, brain needs to wake up) Refresh the page every five minutes or so for all the awesome deets!

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 - Week 4 Schedule & Links

Here is the meet schedule for week four, complete with links to broadcasts and live scoring when provided.  Full schedule for this weekend is below the cut!

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 - Power Rankings Week 3

We're now three weeks into the NCAA gymnastics and the stakes are getting higher. So who holds all the power in the NCAA this week? Well, to answer that questions, I bring you this week's power rankings. These aren't the official Road to Nationals rankings, rather they are stories and people that have caught my attention throughout the week, whether it be note-worthy events or a reaction to something. Last week's power rankings were: 1. UNC's Support for the LGBTQ community 2. Georgia is officially not broken! 3.  Ashleigh Gnat gets a 10.00 on Vault 4.  No, AJ Jackson does not need to smile more Without further adieu, here is this week's power rankings:

Illinois-Champaign @ Michigan Live Blog

I'm back for more gymnastics live blogging and today, we take on the Big Ten. It's Michigan's home opener, probably long overdue for them after two weeks on the road. They're hosting fellow Big Ten team, Illinois. They started a little slow at the start of the season against Utah so it will be interesting to see what they do at home. Refresh the page every five minutes or so for updates!

Washington, San Jose State @ Cal Live Blog

I'm back for more Pac-12 gymnastics with Cal's tri-meet against fellow Pac-12 school, Washington and San Jose State. Definitely watch for Cal's star and resident Olympian, Toni Ann Williams! Follow along with all the action and refresh the page every five minutes or so for updates!

Seattle Pacific, Northern-Illinois @ Oregon State Live Blog

Welcome to Saturday and that means more gymnastics! Today, it's Oregon State's home opener against Seattle Pacific and Northern Illinois. Refresh the page every 10 minutes or so to get all the updates!

Denver, UIC & Boise State @ Utah Live Blog

Now, we're traveling (virtually) to Salt Lake City for this Utah quad meet featuring Denver, University of Illinois-Chicago and Boise State. For Boise State, look out for New Zealand Gymnast, Courtney McGregor who competed in Rio this summer! For Denver, Maddie Karr is their freshman standout. She's an amazing gymnast and she owns the beam. Also look for Julia Ross, who has the toe point to die for. Also look for Sam Ogden and Courtney Loper, who are also amazing freshmen standouts. Refresh the page for the latest updates!

Florida @ North Carolina Live Blog

Ok kids, it's Friday and that means it's NCAA Gymnastics time! Tonight I'm live blogging the Florida at North Carolina meet. This meet is the first home meet for North Carolina and it's especially awesome since North Carolina is supporting LGBTQ rights with their #BeTrue theme they've adopted from Nike. Who to watch? Rachel Gowey is doing the all-around tonight for Florida and for North Carolina, Morgan Lane is the gymnast to watch. When you see her beam, you will understand what I am talking about. Refresh the page every five minutes or so for updates!

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 Week 3 Schedule

NCAA Gymanstics week three schedule for dates Jan. 20 - 22nd, 2017.  Be excited because Nicole Artz is excited. Be like Nicole Artz Live Streaming and scoring links are listed when available - 

Injuries Round Up - Schwab & Wellick

Utah's Sabrina Schwab and Arkansas' Amanda Wellick both went down this week with injuries and could be out for the rest of the season.

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 Power Rankings Week 2

Week 2 is officially in the books! Which means it's time for my weekly power rankings! These aren't the official Road to Nationals rankings, rather they are stories and people that have caught my attention throughout the week, whether it be note-worthy events or a reaction to something. Last week's power rankings were: 1. The Power Freshmen 2. The Judge at the LSU/Georgia meet who had to do everything 3. LSU & Oklahoma - Egregious home scoring or peaking too early? 4. Guys, I think we broke Georgia Without further adieu, here is this week's power rankings:

UCLA @ Oklahoma Live Blog

UCLA travels to Oklahoma for their second meet of the season and Oklahoma is at home two weeks in a row. This is going to be the battle of the elites, Olympians Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian versus fellow elites and world champs, Maggie Nichols and Brenna Dowell. I'm here providing you all the good, juicy details, so refresh the page every few minutes for all the info.

Minnesota, Alaska-Anchorage, Arizona @ Maryland Live Blog

I'm now live blogging the Maryland, Alaska, Minnesota, Arizona meet. You know the drill, refresh, refresh, refresh!

Kent State, Michigan, Washington @ Ohio State Live Blog

Today, it's Washington's season debut in this quad meet at Ohio State, featuring Kent State and Michigan. It's also Kent State's season opener as well. Michigan opened last week at Utah, scoring an uncharacteristically low 195.525. They'll be looking to bring themselves up from last week. Washington is a team with a lot of promise and is a team that is looking to break in to that top 12 bubble. Follow along for all the good stuff and make sure to refresh the page every 5 minutes or so for all the action!

LSU @ Alabama Live Blog

Ok, now, we are in Tuscaloosa, for LSU @ Alabama. LSU had a big start last week at home, and Alabama opened at Oklahoma. This will be good! Refresh the page every 5 minutes or so for all the action!

Kentucky @ Florida Live Blog

It's Friday and that means it's time to start a weekend of NCAA Gymnastics! Tonight, I'm starting with Kentucky at Florida. Florida and Kentucky had good starts to their seasons, both getting boosts in the rankings. Pay attention to Sidney Dukes, adorable kick ass ginger, from Kentucky.  Also, Amelia Hundley of Florida. She had a great showing in the all-around last weekend at NC State and I'm excited to see what she comes up with this week! Then there's Alex Hyland, who competed at NCAAs as an individual last year with her teammate, Sidney. So come and follow along with me. Refresh the page every few minutes or so for all the deets!

Aliya Mustafina Is Pregnant

After two Olympics, and basically supporting the Russian gymnastics team on her back, Aliya Mustafina is going to be a mother.

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 - Week 2 Preview

NCAA gymnastics is finally back for 2017 and after one week of meets, we're all clamoring for more. With so much going on, how does one decide what and where and when and who to watch? You're in luck. Here is a short preview of what to look for this week in NCAA gymnastics -

Ragan Smith & Sam Mikulak to Compete at American Cup

USA Gymnastics announced the field of competitors for the upcoming American Cup.

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 Power Rankings Week 1

It's a new season of NCAA gymnastics and that means, I'm back with my power rankings for the week. This is not rankings. These rankings are determining who holds the power in NCAA gymnastics this week... or not so much.Who is winning at life and who is breaking our hearts this week. Get the lowdown below the cut -

Florida @ North Carolina State Live Blog

Today is the 2017 debut for the Florida Gators. The Gators lost three of their big players including Bridget Sloan. They've got a lot a huge freshman class that includes Amelia Hundley and Rachel Gowey. So how will the Gators fare in their first meet of the season? Refresh the page every few minutes to find out!

Michigan @ Utah Live Blog

Tonight, Michigan begins their season on the road at Utah. Michigan is looking to get a good start to their season and make it to NCAAs, since they missed out last year. Utah is looking for a Super Six berth after failing to make it last year. Also, MyKayla Skinner, world medalist, Olympic alternate is making her NCAA debut with Utah tonight in front of 15,000 fans. Refresh the page every few minutes for the latest updates!

Georgia @ LSU Live Blog

It's the moment we've all been waiting for. The start of the NCAA season! I'm starting off with my first live blog of 2017 for Georgia at LSU. Follow along on all the action with me. Refresh the page every 5-10 minutes for the latest updates!

NCAA Gymnastics 2017 - Week 1 Preview

The 2017 NCAA gymnastics season is starting tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 6th.  Oh it's the best time of the year. Tons of great gymnastics every week. Here is a preview of what is to come this weekend. The meets are all listed on this page and when applicable, links for live scoring and broadcast/streaming are provided.  Friday Jan. 6th -  #10 Georgia @ # 2 LSU - 7 ET/ 6 CT/ 5 MT/ 4 PT This is an SEC powerhouse match-up. Georgia has a legacy behind them, with 10 NCAA titles under their belt. LSU came in 2nd last year behind Oklahoma, their best finish ever. No doubt they're looking to finally get that coveted NCAA title that has eluded them. Georgia should put up a good fight, but LSU is at home and they haven't lost at home since before Facebook existed. But who can remember a time before Facebook, am I right?