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Ute Gymnasts Compete in NCAA Super Six TODAY

All-American Corrie Lothrop will be Utah's first competitor in the Super Six. Utah drew the balance beam as its first event.

All-American Corrie Lothrop will be Utah's first competitor in the Super Six. Utah drew the balance beam as its first event.

April 21, 2012

DULUTH, Ga.--


The Utah gymnastics team competes for the national championship today in the 2012 NCAA Super Six. It's a Pac-12 vs. SEC final with Utah, UCLA, Stanford, Alabama, Florida and Arkansas advancing out of yesterday's semifinals. The meet is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. MDT) and will be broadcast live on ESPN3.com.

While there will not be live streaming due to the ESPN broadcast, there will be Live Scoring. Look to Twitter for periodic Utah Updates.

The Utes drew the balance beam as their opening event where Corrie Lothrop will lead them off. Utah then rotates to a bye, floor, vault and bye before finishing the meet on the bars.

Utah, which qualified as the runner-up in the afternoon session yesterday, saw five gymnasts combine to win eight All-America honors. Freshmen first-team All-Americans Kailah Delaney and Georgia Dabritz qualified for individual event finals and will compete on vault in the final day of the Championships, Sunday.

Other All-Americans were Corrie Lothrop (first-team all-around, second-team bars, second-team floor), Stephanie McAllister (first-team all-around, second-team vault) and Tory Wilson (second-team vault).

 

 

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