NCAA Women's Gymnastics championship


NCAA Women's Gymnastics championship
The University of Georgia Gym Dogs, including individual apparatus national champions Courtney McCool and Grace Taylor, are honored at the White House by President of the United States George W. Bush for their winning the 2008 Division I team national championship.

The NCAA introduced Women's Gymnastics as a championship sport in 1982. Since then, only four universities have claimed the overall Division I championship; Division II competition was discontinued in 1987. During the early years of competition, the University of Utah under the leadership of head coach Greg Marsden dominated the field of competition. During the late 1980s and 1990s, the University of Georgia (UGA), coached by Suzanne Yoculan, and the University of Alabama, coached by Sarah Patterson, gained success and claimed several titles. With the exception of 2002 and 2011 when the University of Alabama won the NCAA title, UCLA coached by Valorie Kondos Field, and UGA have both claimed all titles since 1997, including back-to-back titles in 2003 and 2004 for UCLA followed by five straight UGA titles between 2005 and 2009.

Alabama was winner of the 2011 NCAA Women's Gymnastics championship.

The championships in 2012 will be held April 20-22, 2012 at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Georgia with Georgia Institute of Technology as host. The 2013 championships will take place on April 19-21, 2013 at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, California.

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Current season

The top two teams, as well as the top two all-around competitors not from an advancing team, at each regional receive a berth in the NCAA Championships, In addition, individual event winners who did not already qualify with their team or as an all-arounder will advance. At the national championships, the top three teams from each of the first day's sessions advancing to the Super Six Team Finals.

2011

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Regional Fields:

Regional Championships were held on April 2, 2011 at the following six sites.

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship:

The Women's Gymnastics Championship held in the Wolstein Center, at Cleveland, Ohio on April 15–17, 2011.

  • NCAA Championships, Cleveland, Ohio, Friday, April 15: Afternoon session (12:00 pm ET) – No. 2 seed UCLA, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 6 Michigan, No. 7 Georgia, No. 10 Arkansas and No. 11 Illinois; Evening session (6 pm ET) – No. 1 seed Alabama, No. 4 Oregon State, No. 5 Florida, No. 8 Utah, No. 9 Nebraska and No. 12 and host team Kent State.
  • Individual Event Finals, Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday, April 17 (1 p.m. ET):
    • Vault – 1st, Marissa King, University of Florida, 9.8750; 2nd, Madison Mooring, University of Oklahoma, 9.8250; 3rd, Erin Davis, University of Nebraska, 9.8188
    • Uneven Parallel Bars – 1st, Kat Ding, University of Georgia, 9.9125; 2nd, Jen Kesler, Oregon State University, 9.8750; 3rd, Sarah DeMeo, University of Alabama, 9.8625; 3rd, Makayla Stambaugh, Oregon State University, 9.8625; 3rd, Monique DeLaTorre, UCLA, 9.8625
    • Balance Beam – 1st, Sam Peszek, UCLA, 9.90; 2nd, Kayla Hoffman, University of Alabama, 9.8875; 2nd, Aisha Gerber, UCLA, 9.8875
    • Floor Exercise – 1st, Geralen Stack-Eaton, University of Alabama, 9.9375; 2nd, Maranda Smith, University of Florida, 9.9000; 2nd, Kylee Botterman, University of Michigan, 9.9000; 2nd, Brittani McCullough, UCLA, 9.9000

Alabama won the 2011 team competition, earning their fifth national championship.

Previous season

2010

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Regional Fields:

  • Los Angeles Regional (at UCLA): UCLA (First), Arkansas (Second), Iowa State, Arizona, BYU, Arizona State, Saturday, April 10 6 pm (PT)
  • Salt Lake City Regional (at Utah): Florida (First), Utah (Second), Auburn, Boise State, Denver, Washington
  • Columbia Regional (at Missouri): Missouri (First), Oregon State (Second), Georgia (Second), Minnesota, Iowa, North Carolina (Note: Oregon State won tiebreaker)
  • Lexington Regional (at Kentucky): Alabama (First), Nebraska (Second), Illinois, Kentucky, Central Michigan, Michigan State
  • University Park Regional (at Penn State): Oklahoma (First), LSU (Second), Penn State, Maryland, Ohio State, New Hampshire
  • Morgantown Regional (at West Virginia): Stanford (First), Michigan (Second), Southern Utah, North Carolina State, Kent State, West Virginia

NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship:

  • NCAA Championships, Gainesville, FL, April 22, Afternoon Session (1 p.m. ET): UCLA (No.1 seed), Oklahoma (No. 4), Utah (No. 5), Oregon State (No. 8), LSU (No. 9), Nebraska (No. 12); Evening Session (7 p.m. ET): Florida (No. 2), Alabama (No. 3), Stanford (No. 6), Arkansas (No. 7), Missouri (No. 10), Michigan (No. 11)
  • NCAA Championship (Super Six Finals), Gainesville, FL, April 23 ( 6 p.m. ET): UCLA, Utah, Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida, Stanford
  • Individual Event Finals – Gainesville, FL, Saturday, April 24 (6 p.m.)

UCLA won the 2010 competition, earning their sixth national championship.

Team champions

Division I

  • 1982 Utah
  • 1983 Utah
  • 1984 Utah
  • 1985 Utah
  • 1986 Utah
  • 1987 Georgia
  • 1988 Alabama
  • 1989 Georgia
  • 1990 Utah
  • 1991 Alabama
  • 1992 Utah
  • 1993 Georgia
  • 1994 Utah
  • 1995 Utah
  • 1996 Alabama
  • 1997 UCLA
  • 1998 Georgia
  • 1999 Georgia
  • 2000 UCLA
  • 2001 UCLA
  • 2002 Alabama
  • 2003 UCLA
  • 2004 UCLA
  • 2005 Georgia
  • 2006 Georgia
  • 2007 Georgia
  • 2008 Georgia
  • 2009 Georgia
  • 2010 UCLA
  • 2011 Alabama

Total championships[1]

  • 10 Georgia
  • 9 Utah
  • 6 UCLA
  • 5 Alabama

Team championship annual results

1982 
  1. Utah, 148.60
  2. Cal State Fullerton, 144.15
  3. Penn State, 143.10
  4. Oregon State, 143.00
  5. Arizona State, 142.95
  6. UCLA, 142.40
  7. Florida, 140.90
  8. Nebraska, 138.10
  9. Oklahoma State, 137.20
  10. Michigan, 136.90
1983 
  1. Utah, 184.65
  2. Arizona State, 183.30
  3. Cal State Fullerton, 179.25
  4. Alabama, 179.05
  5. Florida, 177.85
  6. (tie) UCLA and LSU, 177.80
  7. Ohio State, 176.65
  8. Oregon State, 173.55
  9. Nebraska, 165.55
1984 
  1. Utah, 186.05
  2. UCLA, 185.55
  3. Cal State Fullerton, 183.9
  4. Arizona State, 183.65
  5. Florida, 182.2
  6. Alabama, 180.8
  7. Penn State, 179.45
  8. Washington, 178.55
  9. Georgia, 177.6
  10. Arizona, 176.9
1985 
  1. Utah, 188.35
  2. Arizona State, 186.6
  3. Florida, 184.3
  4. Alabama, 184.05
  5. Cal State Fullerton, 183.5
  6. Oregon, 183.15
  7. Georgia, 180.9
  8. Ohio State, 179.75
  9. Penn State, 179.0
  10. Oklahoma, 177.4
1986 
  1. Utah, 186.95
  2. Arizona State, 186.70
  3. Alabama, 186.35
  4. Georgia, 185.45
  5. Cal State Fullerton, 185.00
  6. Penn State, 182.70
  7. UCLA, 181.70
  8. Florida, 181.30
  9. LSU, 180.55
  10. Ohio State, 177.80
1987 
  1. Georgia, 187.90
  2. Utah, 187.55
  3. UCLA, 187.00
  4. Alabama, 186.60
  5. Arizona State, 184.00
  6. Florida, 183.80
  7. LSU, 181.50
  8. Ohio State, 180.20
  9. Washington, 179.85
  10. Nebraska, 179.50
  11. Arizona, 179.45
  12. Oregon State, 174.50
1988 
  1. Alabama, 190.05
  2. Utah, 189.50
  3. UCLA, 188.80
  4. LSU, 187.90
  5. Georgia, 186.80
  6. Florida, 186.65
  7. Oregon State, 186.50
  8. Arizona State, 185.10
  9. Arizona, 184.00
  10. Nebraska, 183.55
  11. Penn State, 179.70
  12. Michigan State, 178.80
1989 
  1. Georgia, 192.65
  2. UCLA, 192.60
  3. Alabama, 192.10
  4. Nebraska, 190.80
  5. Utah, 190.20
  6. Cal State Fullerton, 189.45
  7. (tie) Arizona State and Oregon State, 187.90
  8. Oklahoma, 187.05
  9. Florida, 187.00
  10. Arizona, 186.50
  11. Ohio State, 186.40
1990 
  1. Utah, 194.900
  2. Alabama, 194.575
  3. Georgia, 193.225
  4. UCLA, 193.100
  5. Nebraska, 192.225
  6. LSU, 192.100
  7. Oregon State, 189.950
  8. Cal State Fullerton, 189.700
  9. Towson State, 187.975
  10. (tie) Arizona and Florida, 187.175
  11. Ohio State, 183.650
1991 
  1. Alabama, 195.125
  2. Utah, 194.375
  3. Georgia, 193.375
  4. Oregon State, 192.350
  5. Penn State, 190.950
  6. Florida, 189.700
  7. LSU, 188.600
  8. Brigham Young, 187.700
  9. (tie) Arizona State and Auburn, 187.650
  10. Arizona, 187.475
  11. Utah State, 185.950
1992 
  1. Utah, 195.650
  2. Georgia, 194.600
  3. Alabama, 193.350
  4. Penn State, 192.775
  5. Arizona, 191.950
  6. Oregon State, 191.375
  7. Arizona State, 191.025
  8. California, 190.725
  9. UCLA, 189.825
  10. Stanford, 189.100
  11. Florida, 188.725
  12. Brigham Young, 187.775
1993 
  1. Georgia, 198.000
  2. Alabama, 196.825
  3. Utah, 195.825
  4. UCLA, 194.925
  5. Auburn, 194.725
  6. Arizona, 194.075
  7. (tie) LSU and Oregon State, 193.425
  8. Michigan, 193.125
  9. Florida, 192.950
  10. Penn State, 192.700
  11. Arizona State, 192.175
1994 
  1. Utah, 196.400
  2. Alabama, 196.350
  3. Georgia, 195.850
  4. Michigan, 195.150
  5. UCLA, 194.975
  6. Florida, 194.850
  7. Oregon State, 193.625
  8. LSU, 193.225
  9. Brigham Young, 192.325
  10. Arizona State, 190.825
  11. Washington, 190.525
  12. New Hampshire, 188.450
1995 
  1. Utah, 196.650
  2. (tie) Alabama and Michigan, 196.425
  3. UCLA, 196.150
  4. Georgia, 196.075
  5. Oregon State, 194.850
  6. Florida, 195.425
  7. Penn State, 194.150
  8. LSU, 193.025
  9. Brigham Young, 191.925
  10. Nebraska, 191.750
  11. West Virginia, 189.650
1996 
  1. Alabama, 198.025
  2. UCLA, 197.475
  3. (tie) Georgia and Utah, 196.775
  4. Oregon State, 196.525
  5. Michigan, 196.375
  6. Arizona, 195.125
  7. Florida, 194.825
  8. Stanford, 194.025
  9. Nebraska, 193.950
  10. Penn State, 192.700
  11. Brigham Young, 192.500
1997 
  1. UCLA, 197.150
  2. Arizona State, 196.850
  3. Georgia, 196.600
  4. Michigan, 196.500
  5. Florida, 196.425
  6. Nebraska, 195.250
  7. Utah, 196.025
  8. Washington, 195.975
  9. Alabama, 195.600
  10. Minnesota, 194.775
  11. Penn State, 194.300
  12. LSU, 193.825
1998 
  1. Georgia, 197.725
  2. Florida, 196.350
  3. Alabama, 196.300
  4. Utah, 196.025
  5. UCLA, 195.750
  6. Arizona State, 195.450
  7. Washington, 195.450
  8. Michigan, 195.425
  9. LSU, 195.300
  10. Penn State, 194.625
  11. North Carolina State, 194.125
  12. Brigham Young, 193.400
1999 
  1. Georgia, 196.850
  2. Michigan, 196.550
  3. Alabama, 195.950
  4. Arizona State, 195.900
  5. UCLA, 195.850
  6. Nebraska, 194.800
  7. Utah, 195.475
  8. Penn State, 194.775
  9. LSU, 194.475
  10. (tie) Florida and Stanford, 194.000
  11. West Virginia, 191.850
2000 
  1. UCLA, 197.300
  2. Utah, 196.875
  3. Georgia, 196.800
  4. Nebraska, 196.725
  5. Alabama, 196.500
  6. Michigan, 195.725
  7. Penn State, 195.350
  8. Iowa State, 195.325
  9. LSU, 194.950
  10. Oregon State, 194.750
  11. Brigham Young, 194.500
  12. West Virginia, 194.175
2001 
  1. UCLA, 197.575
  2. Georgia, 197.400
  3. Michigan, 197.275
  4. Alabama, 196.550
  5. (tie) Nebraska and Utah 196.025
  6. Florida, 195.825
  7. Stanford, 195.400
  8. Arizona State, 194.775
  9. Oklahoma, 193.875
  10. Oregon State, 193.775
  11. Denver, 193.625
2002 
  1. Alabama, 197.575
  2. Georgia, 197.250
  3. UCLA, 197.150
  4. Utah, 196.950
  5. Nebraska, 196.425
  6. Stanford, 196.025
  7. Michigan, 196.175
  8. LSU, 195.850
  9. Minnesota, 195.700
  10. Florida, 195.675
  11. Arizona, 194.975
  12. Oregon State, 192.925
2003 
  1. UCLA, 197.825
  2. Alabama, 197.275
  3. Georgia, 197.150
  4. Nebraska, 197.125
  5. Michigan, 196.050
  6. Utah, 195.300
  7. Florida, 196.325
  8. Stanford, 196.200
  9. Arizona State, 194.225
  10. LSU, 194.000
  11. Iowa, 193.825
  12. Auburn, 193.525
2004 
  1. UCLA, 198.125
  2. Georgia, 197.200
  3. (tie) Alabama and Stanford, 197.125
  4. Florida, 196.800
  5. Utah, 195.775
  6. LSU, 196.650
  7. Michigan, 196.500
  8. Arizona State, 196.325
  9. Nebraska, 196.150
  10. Oklahoma, 195.750
  11. Iowa, 194.775
2005 
  1. Georgia, 197.825
  2. Alabama, 197.400
  3. Utah, 197.275
  4. UCLA, 197.150
  5. Michigan, 196.575
  6. Nebraska, 196.425
  7. Florida, 196.225
  8. Iowa State, 195.975
  9. LSU, 195.800
  10. Penn State, 194.975
  11. Brigham Young, 194.625
  12. Oklahoma, 194.425
2006 
  1. Georgia, 197.750
  2. Utah, 196.800
  3. Alabama, 196.725
  4. Florida, 196.275
  5. Nebraska, 196.175
  6. Iowa State, 194.725
  7. Michigan, 196.00
  8. LSU, 195.650
  9. Arizona State, 195.575
  10. Oklahoma, 195.525
  11. Oregon State, 195.150
  12. Arkansas, 194.375
2007
[2]
  1. Georgia, 197.850
  2. Utah, 197.250
  3. Florida, 197.225
  4. UCLA, 196.925
  5. Stanford, 196.825
  6. Nebraska, 195.975
  7. LSU, 196.275
  8. Oklahoma, 196.250
  9. Alabama, 196.125
  10. Oregon State, 195.100
  11. Denver, 195.575
  12. Michigan, 195.100
2008
[3]
  1. Georgia, 197.450
  2. Utah, 197.125
  3. Stanford, 196.750
  4. Florida, 196.700
  5. LSU, 196.350
  6. Alabama, 196.125
  7. UCLA, 196.725
  8. (tie) Michigan and Oklahoma, 196.075
  9. Arkansas, 195.825
  10. Oregon State, 195.475
  11. Denver, 194.200
2009
  1. Georgia, 197.825
  2. Alabama, 197.575
  3. Utah, 197.425
  4. Florida, 196.725
  5. Arkansas, 196.475
  6. LSU, 196.375
  7. UCLA, 196.625
  8. Stanford, 196.225
  9. Penn State, 196.100
  10. Oklahoma, 195.825
  11. Oregon State, 195.350
  12. Illinois, 195.050
2010
  1. UCLA, 197.725
  2. Oklahoma, 197.250
  3. Alabama, 197.225
  4. Stanford, 197.100
  5. Florida, 197.000
  6. Utah, 196.225
  7. Nebraska, 196.175
  8. Oregon State, 196.050
  9. LSU, 196.025
  10. Michigan, 195.700
  11. Arkansas, 195.600
  12. Missouri, 194.600
2011
  1. Alabama, 197.650
  2. UCLA, 197.375
  3. Oklahoma, 197.250
  4. Nebraska, 196.725
  5. Utah, 196.500
  6. Michigan, 196.425
  7. Florida, 196.125
  8. Oregon State, 196.100
  9. Arkansas, 195.450
  10. Georgia, 195.450
  11. Illinois, 195.100
  12. Kent State University, 195.000
  • From 1993 onward, scores for the top 6 teams are from the team finals (also known as the Super Six.)
  • The scores for teams ranked 7th and lower are from the qualifying sessions, which is why the scores for some of these teams are higher than the scores of teams ranked above them.

Division II

Individual champions

All-around champions

  • 1982 - Sue Stednitz, Utah
  • 1983 - Megan McCunniff, Utah
  • 1984 - Megan Marsden, Utah
  • 1985 - Penney Hauschild, Alabama
  • 1986 - (tie) Jackie Brummer, Arizona State; Penney Hauschild, Alabama
  • 1987 - Kelly Garrison-Steves, Oklahoma
  • 1988 - Kelly Garrison-Steves, Oklahoma
  • 1989 - Corinne Wright, Georgia
  • 1990 - Dee Dee Foster, Alabama
  • 1991 - Hope Spivey, Georgia
  • 1992 - Missy Marlowe, Utah
  • 1993 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1994 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1995 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1996 - Meredith Willard, Alabama

Vault champions

  • 1982 - Elaine Alfano, Utah
  • 1983 - Elaine Alfano, Utah
  • 1984 - Megan Marsden, Utah
  • 1985 - Elaine Alfano, Utah
  • 1986 - (tie) Pam Loree, Penn State; Kim Neal, Arizona State
  • 1987 - Yumi Mordre, Washington
  • 1988 - Jill Andrews, UCLA
  • 1989 - Kim Hamilton, UCLA
  • 1990 - Michele Bryant, Nebraska
  • 1991 - (tie) Anna Basaldua, Arizona; Hope Spivey, Georgia
  • 1992 - (tie) Kristen Kenoyer, Utah; Tammy Marshall, Massachusetts; Heather Stepp, Georgia
  • 1993 - Heather Stepp, Georgia
  • 1994 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1995 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1996 - Leah Brown, Georgia
  • 1997 - Susan Hines, Florida
  • 1998 - (tie) Fontaine, Stanford; Susan Hines, Florida
  • 1999 - Heidi Moneymaker, UCLA
  • 2000 - Heather Brink, Nebraska
  • 2001 - Cory Fritzinger, Georgia
  • 2002 - Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA
  • 2003 - Ashley Miles, Alabama
  • 2004 - Ashley Miles, Alabama
  • 2005 - Kristen Maloney, UCLA
  • 2006 - Ashley Miles, Alabama
  • 2007 - Courtney Kupets, Georgia
  • 2008 - Susan Jackson, LSU
  • 2009 - Ashleigh Clare-Kearney, LSU
  • 2010 - Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA
  • 2011 - Marissa King, Florida

Uneven bars champions

  • 1982 - Lisa Shirk, Pittsburgh
  • 1983 - Jeri Cameron, Arizona State
  • 1984 - Jackie Brummer, Arizona State
  • 1985 - Penney Hauschild, Alabama
  • 1986 - Lucy Wener, Georgia
  • 1987 - Lucy Wener, Georgia
  • 1988 - Kelly Garrison-Steves, Oklahoma
  • 1989 - Lucy Wener, Georgia
  • 1990 - Marie Roethlisberger, Minnesota
  • 1991 - Kelly Macy, Georgia
  • 1992 - Missy Marlowe, Utah
  • 1993 - (tie) Agina Simpkins, Georgia; Beth Wymer, Michigan
  • 1994 - (tie) Lori Strong, Georgia; Sandy Woolsey, Utah; Beth Wymer, Michigan
  • 1995 - Beth Wymer, Michigan
  • 1996 - Stephanie Woods, Alabama

Balance beam champions

  • 1982 - Sue Stednitz, Utah
  • 1983 - Julie Goewey, Cal State Fullerton
  • 1984 - Heidi Anderson, Oregon State
  • 1985 - Lisa Zeis, Arizona State
  • 1986 - Jackie Brummer, Arizona State
  • 1987 - Yumi Mordre, Washington
  • 1988 - Kelly Garrison-Steves, Oklahoma
  • 1989 - (tie) Jill Andrews, UCLA; Joy Selig, Oregon State
  • 1990 - Joy Selig, Oregon State
  • 1991 - (tie) Gina Basile, Alabama; Missy Marlowe, Utah
  • 1992 - (tie) Dana Dobransky, Alabama; Missy Marlowe, Utah
  • 1993 - Dana Dobransky, Alabama
  • 1994 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1995 - Jenny Hansen, Kentucky
  • 1996 - Summer Reid, Utah
  • 1997 - (tie) Elizabeth Reid, Arizona State; Summer Reid, Utah
  • 1998 - (tie) Kim Arnold, Georgia; Jenni Beathard, Georgia; Betsy Hamm, Florida
  • 1999 - (tie) Kiralee Hayashi, UCLA; Theresa Kulikowski, Utah; Andree Pickens, Alabama
  • 2000 - Lena Degteva, UCLA
  • 2001 - Theresa Kulikowski, Utah
  • 2002 - Elise Ray, Michigan
  • 2003 - Kate Richardson, UCLA
  • 2004 - Ashley Kelly, Arizona State
  • 2005 - Kristen Maloney, UCLA
  • 2006 - (tie) Courtney Kupets, Georgia; April Burkholder, LSU
  • 2007 - Ashley Postell, Utah
  • 2008 - Grace Taylor, Georgia
  • 2009 - Courtney Kupets, Georgia
  • 2010 - Susan Jackson, LSU
  • 2011 - Samantha Peszek, UCLA

Floor exercise champions

  • 1982 - Mary Ayotte-Law, Oregon State
  • 1983 - Kim Neal, Arizona State
  • 1984 - Maria Anz, Florida
  • 1985 - Lisa Mitzel, Utah
  • 1986 - (tie) Penney Hauschild, Alabama; Lisa Zeis, Arizona State
  • 1987 - Kim Hamilton, UCLA
  • 1988 - Kim Hamilton, UCLA
  • 1989 - (tie) Kim Hamilton, UCLA; Corinne Wright, Georgia
  • 1990 - Joy Selig, Oregon State
  • 1991 - Hope Spivey, Georgia
  • 1992 - Missy Marlowe, Utah
  • 1993 - (tie) Amy Durham, Oregon State; Tammy Marshall, Massachusetts; Heather Stepp, Georgia
  • 1994 - Hope Spivey-Sheeley, Georgia
  • 1995 - (tie) Leslie Angeles, Georgia; Jenny Hansen, Kentucky; Stella Umeh, UCLA
  • 1996 - (tie) Heidi Hornbeek, Arizona; Kim Kelly, Alabama
  • 1997 - Leah Brown, Georgia
  • 1998 - (tie) Karin Lichey, Georgia; Stella Umeh, UCLA
  • 1999 - Marny Oestreng, Bowling Green
  • 2000 - Suzanne Sears, Georgia
  • 2001 - Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA
  • 2002 - (tie) Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA; Nicole Arnstad, LSU
  • 2003 - Richelle Simpson, Nebraska
  • 2004 - (tie) Ashley Miles, Alabama; Courtney Bumpers, North Carolina
  • 2005 - Courtney Bumpers, North Carolina
  • 2006 - Kate Richardson, UCLA
  • 2007 - Morgan Dennis, Alabama
  • 2008 - Courtney McCool, Georgia
  • 2009 - Courtney Kupets, Georgia; Ashleigh Clare-Kearney, LSU
  • 2010 - Brittani McCullough, UCLA
  • 2011 - Geralen Stack-Eaton, Alabama

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