20 College Women's Gymnastics Teams to Keep Your Eye on in 2023

20 College Women’s Gymnastics Teams to Keep Your Eye on in 2023

The 2022 college women’s gymnastics season was one for the history books. Regional Championships were held between March 30th and April 2nd with eight college teams advancing to the NCAA Semi-finals on April 14th – Oklahoma, Utah, Minnesota, Alabama, Florida, Auburn, Michigan, and Missouri. 

The top-two teams from each semi-final – Oklahoma, Utah, Florida, and Auburn – advanced to the NCAA Championships, held inside Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas in mid-April. Oklahoma reigned supreme, winning their fifth National Championship since 2014. They were followed by Florida, Utah, and Auburn. 

As for the individual results, we saw Trinity Thomas (Florida University) take home the floor title, uneven bars title, and all-around title – behind Sunisa Lee (Auburn University) and Megan Skaggs (Florida). Lee also took home the balance beam title, while Jaedyn Rucker (University of Utah) won the vault title. 

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Breaking Down the Top College Women’s Gymnastics Teams for 2023

20 College Women's Gymnastics Teams to Keep Your Eye on in 2023
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While the 2022 college women’s gymnastics season was full of excitement, that was more than seven months ago. By now, college women’s gymnastics teams and gymnasts are zeroing in on the 2023 season ahead. Over the past month, teams have already started unveiling their 2023 schedules. 

Teams will begin their journey to Regionals and Nationals in early January with meets running through March. Regionals will begin on March 28th with Denver, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles (UCLA), and Oklahoma acting as the host sites. Much like in year’s past, the National Championship will head to Fort Worth, TX. 

There’s a lot to look forward to this year as we see several college women’s gymnastics stars return for what we assume will be another dominating season for many – one of those being Trinity Thomas, the defending all-around champion. Let’s take a look at our way-too-early team rankings for the 2023 season.

20. Minnesota Golden Gophers

The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been coached by Jenny Hansen since 2015. The team has won six Big Ten Conference championships (most recently in 2021) and four NCAA Tournament appearances (most recently in 2022). They’ve only won two Regional championships – once in 1981 and again in 1982.

The 2022-23 schedule contains meets against Penn State, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Maryland, Boise State, and Arkansas – as well as the Big Five meet, scheduled for February 25th. They have four women returning for a fifth season, including Abbie Nylin, Maddie Quarles, Tiarre Sales, and Ali Sonier

19. Illinois Fighting Illini

The Illinois Fighting Illini have been coached by Nadalie Walsh since 2018. She’s entering her fifth season as head coach and has already led her team to the NCAA Regionals three times – the only time she didn’t was during the COVID-19 season, which was canceled. Her teams are always ready to compete.

The Fighting Illini 2022-23 schedule has meets against Missouri, Arizona, Rutgers, Nebraska, Minnesota, Ohio State, and Michigan State. They’ll also compete in several multi-team meets – including the Big Five Meet and some that include LIU, Temple, NC State, Kentucky, Ohio State, ISU, and Kent State.

18. Stanford Cardinal

The Stanford Cardinal have been coached by Tabitha Yim since the summer of 2017. She has helped rebuild the women’s gymnastics program at her alma mater and is welcoming the No. 2 ranked class of 2023 recruits. The future is bright as they look to build upon an impressive campaign a season ago. 

The Cardinal 2022-23 schedule has meets against San Jose State, Arizona State, California, Arizona, Washington (in back-to-back weeks), Oregon State, and UCLA. They’ll also compete in the Metroplex Challenge and a four-team meet that pins them up against California, Ohio State, and Utah State. 

17. Ohio State Buckeyes

The Ohio State Buckeyes have been coached by Meredith Paulicivic since 2017 – she’s entering her sixth season as head coach of the program and is the fifth head coach in program history. The team is coming off one of its best seasons ever, breaking team records on the uneven bars and floor exercise in 2022. 

They also tied the beam record and achieved the second-best score in program history when they scored a 197.525 against Kent State. They went 7-3 overall last season and 4-1 in the conference – ending the season on a four-meet win streak before placing fifth in the Big Ten Championship and third in Regionals.

16. Denver Pioneers

The Denver Pioneers have been coached by Melissa Kutcher-Rinehart since the 1999 season – she’s entering her 25th season as head coach of the program. The former WCGA National Head Coach of the Year has led her team to 23 consecutive Regionals and has made five NCAA Nationals appearances. 

Last season, she watched freshman Momoko Iwai win the Big 12 beam title, Jessica Hutchinson win Big 12 all-around title, and Rylie Mundell win Big 12 bars title – all three of whom will be back this season. She also watched Abbie Thompson make her National Championship qualification on beam. 

15. Arizona State Sun Devils

The Arizona State Sun Devils have been coached by Jay Santos since the 2017 season – he’s entering his seventh season as head coach of the program. Santos has led his team five-straight seasons finishing in the top 25, including finishing the 2022 campaign as No. 22 in the nation. His team is consistently good. 

In fact, his team managed to score at least 196 points in all but one of its meets. The team achieved a score of at least 197 three times, including a 197.800 – which was the seventh-highest score in campus history. They look to improve on a 6-4 overall record last season and 5-2 record in the Pac-12 conference. 

14. Arkansas Razorbacks

The Arkansas Razorbacks have been coached by Jordyn Wieber since the 2019 season – she’s entering her fourth season as head coach of the program. You might recognize her from her days in the Olympics with Team USA – she won a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics as a member of the ‘Fierce Five.’

Wieber led the Razorbacks to a 6-9 overall record last season – including a horrendous 0-7 record in the SEC. Keep in mind, they were going against some of the best teams in the country. They still managed to make their 18th consecutive Regionals appearance and second consecutive Regionals Final. 

13. Kentucky Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats have been coached by Tim Garrison since the 2012 season – he’s entering his 11th season with the program after a decade of success. When he arrived on campus, the team’s all-time highest score was 196.375. Since his arrival, they’ve topped or matched that score 46 total times. 

Garrison knows how to get the most out of his gymnasts. He coached the team to an 8-3 record last season – all three losses coming within the SEC. They start their 2023 season on January 8th vs. Ohio State and end the season with meets against Florida, Auburn, and Illinois between Feb. 24 and Mar. 11. 

12. UCLA Bruins

The UCLA Bruins have been coached by Janelle McDonald since 2022 – she joined the program in May after spending time as an assistant coach for California. She joins a team with a rich history – winning 20 conference championships, 23 Regional championships, and seven National Championships all-time. 

Their most recent title came in 2018 – which was also their last Super Six appearance. They also won a Regional championship and Conference championship in 2019. We’re excited to see how UCLA performs with a new head coach leading the way – one with more than two decades of coaching experience. 

11. Oregon State Beavers

The Oregon State Beavers have been coached by Tanya Chaplin since 1998 – she’s entering her 26th season as head coach of the program. Chaplin was a six-time All-American at UCLA, so she understands what it takes to succeed at the collegiate level, but she was also a three-time member of Team USA. 

The five-time Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year is known for her ability to get the most out of her gymnasts in the floor and beam routines – her choreography is next-level. She led her team to a 10-3 record last season and went 7-0 at home. They start their 2023 campaign on January 14th vs. California.

10. California Golden Bears

The California Golden Bears have been coached by Justin Howell since the 2012 season, later adding his wife, Elisabeth Crandall-Howell, as a co-head coach in 2018. Together, they’re building quite the program at California – with Justin already becoming the winningest coach in California campus history. 

Howell was named the 2016 NACGC/W National Coach of the Year and is also a six-time Regional Coach of the Year, and three-time Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year. He has led the Golden Bears to seven consecutive NCAA Regional appearances and he’ll likely make it eight-straight this season. 

9. Missouri Tigers

The Missouri Tigers have been coached by Shannon Welker since the 2014 season and is entering his 10th season as head coach of the program. He continues to build the program into one of the newest powerhouses in college women’s gymnastics. I expect them to continue their climb this season. 

The Tigers finished the 2022 season with an 11-4 overall record – all four of their losses coming in the SEC. Three of those losses came in a row against No. 12 Kentucky, No. 4 Florida, and No. 7 Auburn. They play those same three teams in a row in 2023 on February 3, February 10, and February 19. 

8. Michigan State Spartans

The Michigan State Spartans have been coached by Mike Rowe since the 2018 season and is entering his sixth season as head coach of the program. He’s a former member of Michigan State’s cheer squad and graduated from the school in 1985. He spent a few years as an assistant coach before the promotion.

Rowe led the 2022 Spartans to a record-breaking season. They eclipsed the 197.000 mark five times and broke the overall team score record three times – including doing it in the Regional Finals with a 197.650. They also set records on the vault, bars, beam, and bars – now they need to continue that momentum!

7. Michigan Wolverines

The Michigan Wolverines have been coached by Bev Plocki since the 1990 season and is entering her 34th season as head coach of the program. She has secured 847 wins since joining Michigan – an incredible number, considering Sheri Hyatt is the next closest head coach with 51 wins for Michigan. 

Plocki led the Wolverines to their first ever National Championship in 2021 and were Regional champions last season – as well as Conference Champions. For a school with 26 Conference Championships, 30 NCAA Tournament appearances, and 14 Regional Championships, expectations are always going to be high.

6. Alabama Crimson Tide

The Alabama Crimson Tide have been coached by Ashley Johnston since 2022 – she took over as head coach in May and will be entering her first season as Alabama head coach in 2023. She has a history with the program, as a 10-time All-American and two-time National Champion at Alabama herself.

Alabama has a rich history when it comes to gymnastics. They’ve won 10 Conference Championships, 32 Regional Championships, and six National Championships – making 39 NCAA tournament appearances and 33 Super Six appearances. Johnston will look to use her experience to exceed her high expectations. 

5. LSU Tigers

The LSU Tigers have been coached by Jay Clark since the 2020 season – he’s entering his third season as head coach of the program, but has been an associate coach with LSU since 2012. He’s nationally recognized as one of the best recruiters in college women’s gymnastics – a quality trait to have. 

He’s also known as one of the best coaches when it comes to the uneven bars. He’s hoping to lead the program to their first National Championship in 2023 after two-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. He would also like to snag an SEC Championship, which LSU hasn’t won since winning three straight in 2017-2019. 

4. Auburn Tigers

The Auburn Tigers have been coached by Jeff Graba since the 2010 season – he’s entering his 13th season as head coach of the program and is credited with putting the team on the map. Last season, he led the team to their first Four on the Floor appearance and 28th NCAA Tournament appearance. 

At the 2022 NCAA Championships, Auburn finished in fourth place. They were led by Sunisa Lee (39.625), Cassie Stevens (39.450), and Sophia Groth (39.3375). Derrian Gobourne and Aria Brusch also performed well for Auburn. All five of those women will be returning to the team in 2023. 

3. Utah Utes

The Utah Utes have been coached by Tom Farden since the 2016 season – he spent four years as co-head coach and the past three years as sole head coach. In the past three years alone, he has led Utah to back-to-back Pack-12 Championships, two Regional championships, and two third-place finishes. 

His team finished just 0.450 points behind first place at the 2022 NCAA National Championships. They were led by Grace McCallum (39.5625) and Maile O’Keefe (38.3125), but also had strong showings from Abby Paulson, Jaedyn Rucker, Kara Eaker, and several others. They should be even better in 2023.

2. Florida Gators

The Florida Gators have been coached by Jenny Rowland since the 2016 season – she’s entering her eighth season as head coach of the program. She consistently has her team in the top-four in the country and is known for producing some of the greatest gymnasts year-in and year-out. She’s a special coach. 

The Gators finished just 0.1125 points away from first place at the 2022 National Championships. Trinity Thomas (39.8625) won the individual all-around title – as well as the floor and uneven bars titles. Her perfect 10.000 on the floor was the only perfect-10 among the top-four teams. She’ll be back in 2023.

1. Oklahoma Sooners

The Oklahoma Sooners have been coached by K.J. Kindler since the 2006 season – she’s entering her 18th season as head coach of the program. Since 2014, she has led the Sooners to five National Championships (2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, and 2022). They’re the team to beat as defending champs. 

The Sooners performed exceptionally well at the National Championships last season. They didn’t have any one gymnast compete in all events, but had five different ladies compete in three of the four events – they each scored at least 29.525. They’ll have another capable team of all-stars during the 2023 season.

Who Are the Top College Women’s Gymnastics Stars in 2023? 

I hope you’re prepared for another exciting season as we see some of the biggest and brightest college women’s gymnastics stars represent their university and city. As we mentioned above, one of the NCAA’s biggest stars – Trinity Thomas – announced her return to Florida, which is exciting in its own right.

She’ll be looking to repeat as all-around champion, but there will be some resistance this year – as there is every season. For example, Natalie Wojcik and Sierra Brooks from Michigan are in the running, as are the former Olympians in college – Grace McCallum, Sunisa Lee, Jade Carey, and Jordan Chiles

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We’ll also get to see the addition of several exciting freshman – including Selena Harris at UCLA and Morgan Price at Fisk. And if you’re looking for a good storyline to follow this season, Fisk University has you covered as they become the first HBCU Intercollegiate Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Team ever.

20 College Women Gymnastics Stars You Should Be Watching

This is one of the most exciting times for college women gymnasts as they prepare for the 2022 Gymnastics National Championship. The tournament is being held from April 14-16 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. All the best college women gymnastics stars will compete. 

Before they can get to the championship round, these women gymnastics stars will first have to make it through the regional round – which starts on March 30th and comes to an end on April 2nd. The four host teams for regionals include Oklahoma, Washington, Auburn, and NC State. 

The University of Michigan, who will compete in the Raleigh Regional at NC State, has a chance to repeat as national champions. With that said, Oklahoma has won three of the past five championships. They won in 2016, 2017, and 2019. In 2018 and 2021, they were runner-ups.

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Who Are the Best Women Gymnastics Stars Today?

20 College Women Gymnastics Stars You Should Be Watching
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The 2022 season for women gymnastics has been nothing short of exciting. Not only has it boasted one of the most talented freshman classes of all-time, but it brought us a plethora of perfect-10s and even more incredible performances that left us with our jaws on the floor. 

There were a total of 10 Olympic competitors in the NCAA ranks this season – including four of Team USA’s six-member squad from 2020. It’s going to make the 2022 championship that much more exciting for gymnastics fans across the country as these stars take center stage.

With the regular season behind us and the national tournament less than one week away, there’s no better time to look back at 20 of the best women gymnastics stars of 2022. Some of these stars have already made it to the Olympic stage, while others likely will in the near future.

20. Jocelyn Moore

Jocelyn Moore is a 5’2’’ freshman gymnast at the University of Missouri. She was born in Rochester, NY, raised in Hillsborough, NY, and is scheduled to graduate college in 2025. She’s an all-around gymnast, but her favorite event is the vault. She’s a 2022 WCGA All-American.

Moore is currently ranked No. 6 in the country in the vault apparatus, according to the final NCAA power rankings. Speaking of her vault skills, she scored an impressive 9.95 at the SEC Championships just a week ago, which ended up being tied for second in the conference. 

19. Sydney Soloski

Sydney Soloski is a 5’0’’ fifth-year senior at the University of Utah. She’s a four-time All-American, two-time All-Pac-12, two-time WCGA Scholastic All-American, and was the 2021 Pac-12 co-champion in the floor apparatus. She has 13 career victories at the collegiate level.

Soloski is currently ranked No. 5 in the country in the floor apparatus. While she has never scored a perfect 10.00, her career-highs are 9.875 in the vault, 9.875 (twice) on the beam, and a 9.975 on the floor. She’s a finance major and has completed 71-74 routines in her career. 

18. Ragan Smith

Ragan Smith is a 4’11’’ junior at the University of Oklahoma. She began training in gymnastics at the age of four because her mother was a coach. She was a member of the United States national team between 2014 and 2018. During that time, she earned three gold medals. 

Smith is currently ranked No. 5 in the country in the beam apparatus. She won a bronze medal (beam) and silver medal (team) at the 2021 NCAA Championships. Her career-bests are 9.85 at the vault, 9.95 on the bars, 9.975 on the beam, 9.975 on the floor, and 39.65 all-around. 

17. Grace McCallum

Grace McCallum is a 5’3’’ freshman at the University of Utah. She has been a member of the United States national team since 2018 and has won seven gold medals during that time. She competed at the 2020 Summer Olympics and earned a silver medal in the team event. 

McCallum is currently ranked No. 5 in the bars apparatus. At the Pac-12 Championships, she won the uneven bars title with a perfect 10 (second of the season), co-won the floor title, and finished second all-around. She earned three gold medals at the Pan American Championships.

16. Ona Loper

Ona Loper is in her fifth-year at the University of Minnesota. She has been as consistent as you can be in each apparatus over the past five years, but her best discipline is the vault. She’s majoring in ICP health and wellness thematic, and minoring in public health and global studies.

Loper is currently ranked No. 5 in the country at the vault apparatus. She set new career-highs in all four events this season, as well as a career-high in the all-around and a perfect 10 at the vault for the third-straight season. Her career-best all-around score was 39.750 (set in 2022).

15. Gabby Wilson

Gabby Wilson is a junior at the University of Michigan. She’s a four-time WCGA All-American, was an individual regional champion in the floor apparatus, a Big Ten Champion (2022), and a Big Ten floor Champion (2021), and has 26 career event titles in her illustrious career. 

Wilson is currently ranked No. 4 in the country in the floor apparatus and has achieved two perfect 10s in the event – including one just a few weeks ago. She also has career-highs of 9.975 (vault), 9.950 (uneven bars), 9.975 (balance beam), and 39.675 (all-around). 

14. Haleigh Bryant

Haleigh Bryant is a 5’5’’ all-around gymnast at Louisiana State University (LSU). She had quite the freshman season in 2021 as she was named the NCAA Vault Champion, SEC Vault Champion, All-SEC honors, and a WCGA All-American in vault, beam, and all-around. 

Bryant is currently ranked No. 4 in the country in the vault apparatus and has a total of 14 individual titles in her career. She has earned two perfect 10s in the vault and has career-highs of 9.900 (twice) at the bars, a 9.925 at the balance beam, and a 9.975 at the floor exercise. 

13. Mya Hooten

Mya Hooten is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota and competes in the vault, uneven bars, and floor exercise (her all-time favorite event). She set a career-high of 9.975 at the vault this season and tied career-highs of 9.875 on the beam and 10.00 on the floor. She’s consistent. 

Hooten is currently ranked No. 3 in the country in the floor exercise after posting her second career 10.00 – she also had one in 2021 as a freshman. At the 2021 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, Hooten finished in fourth place in the floor exercise apparatus. 

12. Cristal Isa


Cristal Isa is a 5’3’’ senior at the University of Utah. She’s a member of the team’s leadership council, which goes to show how much she means to the team. She had an incredible career before joining Utah and has only gotten better in the past four years. She will return in 2023. 

Isa is currently ranked No. 3 in the beam apparatus. She has 12 career wins and has hit 81-85 of her routines throughout college. Her career-bests include a 9.925 on the floor, 9.95 on the uneven bars, 9.95 (seven times) on the beam, 9.875 at the vault, and a 39.650 all-around. 

11. Audrey Davis

Audrey Davis is a 5’3’’ sophomore at the University of Oklahoma. She specializes in the vault, bars, and beam apparatuses. Last year as a freshman, she was a four-time Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, WCGA First-Team Regular Season All-American, and All-Big 12 Bars honoree.

Davis is currently ranked No. 3 in the country at the uneven bars apparatus. She’s one of the podium favorites for this year’s national championship and very well could help her school to another title. Her career-high in the vault, uneven bars, and balance beam apparatuses is 9.950. 

10. Jordan Bowers

Jordan Bowers is a 5’6’’ freshman at the University of Oklahoma. She had an illustrious career prior to college, earning three gold medals at the 2018 Pacific Rim Championships and four gold medals at the Pan American Championships. She is majoring in nutrition and exercise science.

Bowers is currently ranked No. 2 in the country in the vault apparatus. She earned All-Big 12 honors in the vault, bars, and floor exercise, as well as All-American First-Team in vault and All-American Second-Team in bars. She tied for first in the floor at the Big 12 Championship. 

9. Nya Reed

Nya Reed is a 5’3’’ senior at the University of Florida. She specializes in the vault and floor exercise apparatuses where she has career-highs of 9.925 and 10.000, respectively. She’s majoring in applied physiology and kinesiology and has won 14 Virginia state titles since 2010.

Reed is ranked No. 1 in the country in the floor exercise apparatus. She’s a two-time NCAA All-American, one-time Regular Season All-American, three-time SEC Specialist of the Week, and one-time WCGA Scholastic All-American. She consistently gets above a 9.900 in her events.

8. Maile O’Keefe

Maile O’Keefe is a 5’2’’ junior at the University of Utah. She’s a two-time national champion (uneven bars and floor exercise), seven-time All-American, four-time All-Pac-12, and four-time Pac-12 Champion. She has hit 84 of her 84 career routines and has 36 career wins. 

O’Keefe is currently ranked No. 1 in the balance beam apparatus. Her career-bests include a 9.9625 in the floor exercise, 10.0 on the balance beam, 9.95 (four times) on the bars, 9.90 (twice) at the vault, and 39.725 all-around. She was a member of the US National Team from 2016-2018. 

7. Sunisa Lee

Sunisa Lee is a 5’0’’ freshman at Auburn University. She has been a member of the US National Team since 2017, earning three Olympic medals in 2020 – including an all-around gold medal. She also earned three medals (including one gold) at the World Championships in 2019. 

Lee is currently ranked No. 1 in the country on the uneven bars and No. 4 on the balance beam. She has achieved a perfect 10.0 four times this season, twice on the beam and twice on the bars. She earned First-Team All-American honors on the bars, beam, and all-around this year. 

6. Raena Worley

Raena Worley is a 4’11’’ junior at the University of Kentucky and is majoring in kinesiology and communication. She began training in gymnastics in 2005 at the age of four after her parents got her lessons for her birthday. She quickly fell in love with the sport and has been at it ever since. 

Worley is currently ranked No. 6 in the all-around apparatus and while her numbers aren’t always the highest in competition, she’s more consistent than most gymnasts today. During the 2022 season, she was named First-Team All-American in all-around and Second-Team in bars and floor. 

5. Leanne Wong

Leanne Wong is a 5’1’’ freshman at the University of Florida. She has been a member of the US National Team since 2017, earning two medals at the World Championships and two medals at the Pan American Championships (including a team gold). She was an alternate for the Olympic team. 

Wong is currently ranked No. 5 in the all-around apparatus. She scored a near-perfect 9.975 on the beam to win the 2022 SEC Championship beam title. She also scored second in the all-around apparatus. In late-January, she scored her first perfect 10.0 at the uneven bars. 

4. Sierra Brooks

Sierra Brooks is a junior at the University of Michigan. In addition to helping her team win the 2021 NCAA Championship, she’s a four-time WCGA All-American (four apparatuses) and three-time individual regional champion on the beam, at the vault, and all-around (all in 2021).

Brooks is currently ranked No. 4 in the country in the all-around apparatus and No. 3 at the vault. She has scored a perfect 10 at the vault twice, including at the 2022 Big Ten Championships. Her other career-bests are 9.95 (bars), 9.9625 (beam), 9.975 (floor), and 39.7750 (all-around).

3. Abby Heiskell

Abby Heiskell is a senior at the University of Michigan and is majoring in applied exercise science (kinesiology). In addition to helping her team win the 2021 NCAA title, she’s a three-time WCGA All-American and has earned 14 career event and all-around titles in her college career.

Heiskell is currently ranked No. 3 in the country in the all-around apparatus. She scored her first perfect 10.0 this season and it came at the vault. Her other career-bests include 9.95 (three times) on the bars, 9.925 (seven times) on the beam, 9.95 on the floor, and 39.725 all-around.

2. Trinity Thomas

Trinity Thomas is a 5’3’’ senior all-around gymnast at the University of Florida. She was a member of the US National Team between 2016 and 2020, earning a gold and two silver medals at the 2018 Pan American Championships. She’s an applied physiology and kinesiology major.

Thomas is currently ranked No. 2 in the country in the all-around apparatus, No. 1 at the vault, No. 4 on the bars, No. 2 on the floor, and No. 2 on the beam. Her career-bests are 9.975 (vault), 10.0 (bars, three times), 10.0 (beam), 10.0 (floor, three times), and 39.90 (all-around). 

1. Jade Carey

Jade Carey is a 5’1’’ freshman all-around gymnast at Oregon State University. She was supposed to join the team in 2018, but decided to defer while training for the Olympics. This was her first year on campus and she made it a good one, earning three perfect 10s this season.

Carey is currently ranked No. 1 in the country in the all-around apparatus and No. 2 on the uneven bars. She earned First-Team All-American honors in all five apparatuses – this coming two years after winning a gold medal on the floor at the 2020 Olympics. She has five gold medals for Team USA.

Who Are the Greatest Women Gymnastics Stars of All-Time?

The women listed above have had an incredible college gymnastics season and will likely enjoy long careers in the sport. In fact, some of which have already earned medals on the Olympic stage and very well could write their name among the sport’s all-time greatest gymnasts.

Some of the best women gymnasts of all-time are Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Svetlana Khorkina, Olga Korbut, Gina Gogean, Larissa Latynina, Nadia Comaneci, Nastia Liukin, Shannon Miller, Daniela Silivaş, Nellie Kim, Věra Čáslavská, and Svetlana Boginskaya.

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While we have to wait two more years before the 2024 Olympics, gymnastics fans will have plenty to celebrate until then – including the annual national championship, which usually takes place in April. Michigan and Oklahoma have dominated recently, but who will win this year?

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