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Women's Gymnasts of the Week – Jan. 31-Feb. 3, 2019
Gymnast of the Week awards are given by conference offices.

Big Ten Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Lexy Ramler - Minnesota
Won the all-around competition for the fifth straight week with a total score of 39.600
Took first in three individual events, vault (9.850), bars (9.925) and beam (9.950), and earned third on floor (9.875)
Earns her eighth Big Ten Gymnast of the Week honor and the fourth of the season

Event Specialist of the Week
Gabriella Douglas - Michigan State
Took first place and set a new career-high on floor with a 9.900
Also set a new season-high on beam with a 9.875
The 2017-18 Academic All-Big Ten honoree collects her first career Big Ten Event Specialist of the Week honor

Co-Freshmen of the Week
Colby Miller - Ohio State
Tied for first place on bars, claiming the first event title of her career, and posted a career-high with a 9.875
Has scored a 9.800 or higher in five consecutive meets and is averaging a 9.825 in the No. 3 spot on bars
Earns her first Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor

Adnerys De Jesus - Nebraska
Earned second place and set a career high on vault with a 9.925
Tied her career high on floor with a 9.825 and posted a 9.750 on bars
Earns her first Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor



Big 12 Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Olivia Trautma - Oklahoma
Trautman was named Gymnast of the Week after having a career day against No. 2 Florida. The freshman competed in the all-around for the first time in her career and set or tied a career high on all four events. Trautman also posted the second-highest score in the nation in the all-around with a career-high 39.725

Specialist of the Week
Jade Degouveia - Oklahoma
Degouveia tabbed Event Specialist of the Week for the third time this season, after being an essential part to the Sooners’ victory over Florida. The junior tallied a career-high on floor with a 9.975 to take home a share of the event title.

Co-Newcomers of the Week
Karrie Thomas - Oklahoma
Thomas helped the Sooners beat Florida in the head-to-head on bars after posting a career-high 9.925 in the No. 3 spot. In the three meets that she’s competed in this season, the sophomore has posted a 9.9 or better in two of three.

Alexandria Ruiz - Denver
Ruiz took home a share of the floor event title after putting up a career-high 9.925, which counted towards DU’s highest-ever road score of 197.450.



East Atlantic Gymnastics League

Gymnast of the Week
Danielle Mulligan - New Hampshire
Mulligan (Farmingdale, New York) collected her second-straight EAGL Gymnast of the Week honor on Feburary 5th after her first-place 39.275 all-around helped the Wildcats post a league high 195.500 over GW. Her all-around was the top score in EAGL during Week Five. She added first-place finishes on bars (9.900) and floor (9.850) while tying for first on vault (9.825) and tying for sixth on beam (9.700). Her all-around and vault scores were personal bests and her vault title was the first in her career. Her bar score was her second-straight 9.900 on the event and fourth win on the event this season.

Specialist of the Week
Courtney Bondanza - New Hampshire
Bondanza (Buffalo, New York) earned her first EAGL Specialist of the Week honor for her beam performance in UNH’s dual win over GW. She earned her share of first place (with GW’s Hannah Cohen and Alex Zois) on beam for the second time in three meets, scoring a 9.875. It was an impressive come-back performance from her routine the previous weekend against Yale and the senior made a major contribution to UNH’s league-high team total (195.500) posted this past weekend.

Rookie of the Week
Kiley Robatin - Pittsburgh
Robatin (Sunbury, Pennsylvania) earned her first EAGL Rookie of the Week honor on February 5th after her beam performance in the Panthers’ meet against UNC and Temple. She earned a 9.900 on the event and tied for second. Her score was the first 9.900 earned by a Panther gymnast on any event this season. She contributed to Pittsburgh’s fourth-highest beam score in program history (49.100) and was one of four Panther gymnasts to earn a career or season-high on the event this past weekend.



Eastern College Athletic Conference – Division I

Gymnast of the Week
Monica Servidio – Temple
Servidio won her second all-around title this past weekend as Temple would go on to be victorious against university of Pittsburg and University of North Carolina. Overall the sophomore scored a 39.025 in the all-around. She posted or tied a career-best on vault (9.775), bars (9.75) and beam (9.9). Rounding out her all-around score was a 9.6 for her floor routine. Not only did Servidio win the all-around, she also placed second on the uneven bars and the balance beam.

Specialist of the Week
Jordyn Mannino – Pennsylvania
Mannino scored her career high on bars last weekend achieving a mark of 9.825. The scored helped the Quakers hit a team season high on the event with a 48.525. Her other event of the day came on the floor where she scored a 9.775. Her marks aided in the Quakers season high meet score as the defeated both Cornell and Brown.

Rookie of the Week
Mei Li Costa – Brown
Costa earns her second rookie of the week honors in 2019. The freshman won both of her events, vault and uneven bars, as the Brown Bears competed against rivals Penn and Cornell. Her winning vault score was a 9.725. Her uneven bars score of 9.875, not only won her the event, but set a new career high for the freshman giving her the second-highest score in school history.

Coaches' Choice
Payton Murphy – Cornell
Murphy helped Cornell in a big way this past weekend. The team needed her score on the uneven bars to avoid counting a fall on the event. The sophomore after just being cleared for activity joined the Big Red bars line-up this weekend. She went on to score a 9.2 to help the squad.



Eastern College Athletic Conference – Division II

Gymnast of the Week
Hannah Stahlbrodt – Southern Connecticut State
Stahlbrdot finished second in the all-around competition at the Don Tonry Invitational. She scored a 38.65, a mark that is the second-highest all-around in program history. For the individual events the freshman scored a 9.55 on vault, a 9.8 on the uneven bars placing her in fifth, a 9.575 on the balance beam and a 9.725 for her floor exercise.

Specialist of the Week
Kelly Aycock – Bridgeport
Aycock competed in two events for the Purple Knights last weekend. She scored the second highest uneven bars score for the team with a 9.775. She would go on to earn a second-place finish on the floor achieving a mark of 9.85.

Rookie of the Week
Julianna Roland – Bridgeport
Roland reach the score of 39 in the all-around for the first time in her young collegiate career. The freshman finished with a 39.075, a mark that would capture her first place at the Don Tonry Invitational. She did not score lower then a 9.7 on any event. On vault she posted a high score of 9.875, scored a 9.75 on both the uneven bars and balance beam and filled out her all-around mark with a 9.7 floor routine.

Coaches' Choice
Cassie Hageman – West Chester
Hageman had a great meet for the Golden Rams as the senior leader tied for second on the balance beam. She would score a 9.65 for the team and then compete on the floor as well scoring a 9.55.



Mid American Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Jordyn Penny - Ball State
Jordyn Penny was a standout in Ball State’s dual win over Western Michigan, helping the team to a school record and also recording a first place individual routine.Penny, who is in grad school after earning her degree in December, was the top placer on the beam, scoring a career-best mark of 9.875. She tied for third on bars with a 9.800 and her 9.800 on vault helped Ball State capture a team school record mark (49.175) in vault.

Specialist of the Week
Caitlin Satler - Eastern Michigan
Freshman Caitlin Satler had two personal-best performances, one in each meet this week. Satler hit 9.875 on beam against Bowling Green to tie for first, and a 9.825 on floor against UIC to tie for third. Satler tied for first in two consecutive meets for the Eagles.



Midwest Independent Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Courtney Mitchell - Lindenwood
Last Friday evening during the team's quad meet at Northern Illinois, Mitchell won the all-around competition with a career-high score of 39.225. Mitchell, a product of Olathe, Kan. established a new career-high score in the all-around and tied for third-highest all-around score in program history. Also at Northern Illinois, Mitchell tied for first on the vault with a career-high score of 9.850. The sophomore gymnast added scores of 9.825 (beam), 9.800 (floor), and 9.750 (bars).

Performance of the Week
Navia Jordan - Centenary
Against Texas Woman's on Friday in the Gold Dome, Jordan began the night with a career high of 9.575 on vault. However, she finished the competition strong with a season high of 9.850 on floor to pick up an event win. On Sunday against Gustavus Adolphus, a Ladies 190.375-192.725 win, Jordan received a 9.825 on floor for her second win on the event in as many competitions. For the season, Jordan leads NCAA Division III and is 10th in the MIC with a 9.760 average score on floor.

Newcomer of the Week
Alisa Sheremeta - UIC
Sheremeta scored 9.900 on floor for the second time this year, and won the event for the third time, in UIC's victory over Eastern Michigan. After falling on beam in the previous two meets, she came back with a vengeance, posting a 9.725 for her second highest score of the season. On bars, she turned in a strong third place performance, scoring 9.750. She was one of only two gymnasts (teammate Kayla Baddeley was the other) to land three top-3 routines in the Flames' 195-point outing. This is Sheremeta's second Newcomer of the Week honor.



Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

Gymnast of the Week
Kelley Hebert - UC Davis
Hebert (Dublin, CA) broke the 39-point barrier (39.000) in the all-around at the triangular meet with host San Jose State and No. 9 Boise State (Feb. 1). Hebert finished in a second-place tie on floor with 9.850, while adding a fourth-place tie score of 9.775 on vault, as well as 9.750 on the balance beam and 9.625 on uneven bars. She helped UC Davis finish second in the meet with a 194.525 team score. This is the ninth career MPSF weekly award for Hebert, fifth as gymnast of the week.

Specialist of the Week
Sarah Liddle - UC Davis
Liddle (Modesto, CA) scored 9.800 on the balance beam and 9.750 on uneven bars in the triangular at San Jose State with No. 9 Boise State (Feb. 1), as the Aggies placed second (194.525)...she tied for 6th on beam and tied for seventh on bars...Liddle’s results marked her third-straight 9.80 on beam, and fourth in five meets this season...this is the first career MPSF weekly award for Liddle.

Freshman of the Week
Carli Orcutt - San Jose State
Orcutt (Tucson, AZ) competed on vault, bars and floor in a home meet with No. 36 UC Davis and No. 9 Boise State (Feb. 1). Starting the night on vault, she recorded a career-best 9.725 and helped the vault team score a season-best 48.475. Moving to bars, she recorded a 9.725, her second-highest of the season. On floor, she added a 9.650, to help the Spartans to a season-high total 194.175. This is the second career MPSF freshman honor for Orcutt (Jan. 22).



Mountain Rim Gymnastics Championship

Gymnast of the Week
Shannon Evans - BYU
BYU junior Shannon Evans recorded the highest all-around total this week, scoring a 39.475 as the Cougars scored a 194.975 in a meet at California. In addition to capturing the all-around title at the meet against Cal and Arizona State, Evans also finished first on vault, scoring a 9.925 to earn Co-Vault Specialist of the Week honors.

Specialists of the Week
Shannon Evans - BYU - Co-Vault
Sarah Means - Boise State - Co-Vault

Emily Muhlenhaupt - Boise State - Uneven Bars
Shylen Murakami - Southern Utah - Co-Balance Beam
Alex Esmerian - Boise State - Co-Balance Beam
Sarah Means - Boise State - Co-Balance Beam

Shani Raime - Boise State - Floor Exercise



National Collegiate Gymnastics Association East

Gymnast of the Week
Candis Kowalik - Brockport
Kowalik continued her impressive senior season in the team’s first home meet last Saturday where she posted two first place finishes on the vault and the beam, enough to secure her the highest All-Around score of the weekend with 38.350, the next closest gymnast at 35.625. Her strong showing allowed the senior to grab a new personal record All-Around, helping the team move to 7-1 on the season.

Specialist of the Week
Katie Holcomb - Ithaca
Holcomb headlined a strong showing by the Ithaca College gymnastics team in a tri-meet at Brockport this past weekend. The sophomore finished in a tie for second-place in two different events, posting a career best on uneven bars with a 9.375 and adding season-high 9.675 on balance beam. Holcomb currently ranks sixth among Division III gymnasts on the balance beam, averaging a 9.550 over three competition performances thus far.



Pac-12 Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Kyla Ross - UCLA
Scored a perfect 10 for the second time this season and fifth of her career on the uneven bars.
Became the first gymnast in the country this year to record multiple perfect tens.
Her scores on vault (9.85 points) and beam (9.9 points) helped the Bruins earn season-best marks in those events.

Specialist of the Week
Nia Dennis - UCLA
Scored a career-high 9.975 points on beam.
Landed a season-high 9.925 points on floor which was the Bruins top scorer and placed third overall.
Her marks helped UCLA post a season-high 197.900 team total points, in defeating Oregon State (197.450 points).

Freshman of the Week
Adrienne Randall - Utah
Scored 9.95 points on floor and secured her first win in the event and second collegiate victory.
That mark helped Utah equal its best floor score this season (49.525 points).
Utah won three out of the four events against Arizona.



Southeastern Conference

Gymnast of the Week
Sarah Finnegan - LSU
Finnegan, a senior from Lee’s Summit, Mo., led LSU with three individual titles, including her fifth all-around win in five meets Friday night. Finnegan posted scores of 9.95 on bars and beam as the Tigers’ anchor performer and took the top spot in the all-around with a 39.650 against North Carolina State.

Specialist of the Week
Alyssa Baumann - Florida
Baumann, a sophomore from Dallas, Texas, tied for first place on bars with a 9.975 at No. 1 Oklahoma. Baumann also tied for fourth place with a 9.950 on floor.

Freshman of the Week
Trinity Thomas - Florida
Thomas, a freshman from York, Pa., led the Gators on bars (9.975), floor (9.95) and all-around (39.625) at No. 1 Oklahoma. Her all-around total was the nation’s sixth-highest of the weekend and the top posted by a freshman.



Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NCGA West)

All-Around
Mikala Bugge - UW-Stout
Bugge won the all-around event with a score of 37.500 at the John Zuerlein Invitational hosted by UW-Stout on Feb. 1. She took first in the floor exercise with a career-best score of 9.725, tied for first on the vault (9.60), was seventh on uneven bars (8.90) and 11th on the balance beam (9.275). Bugge’s 37.500 was the second-best all-around score for her career.

Specialist
Ally Blixt - UW-La Crosse
Blixt set three season-bests at the UW-La Crosse Gershon/McLellan Invitational on Feb. 1. She tied for second on the balance beam (9.650) and tied for fourth on the vault (9.375). Blixt was also eighth on the floor exercise (9.375) as UW-La Crosse placed second as a team in the meet featuring UW-Whitewater and NCAA Division I United States Air Force Academy.