Nichols Wins NCAA All-Around
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(5 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Maggie Nichols (21) from the University of Oklahoma won the all-around title Friday night at the 2019 NCAA Championships in Fort Worth, TX. Nichols, who was the defending all-around champion, scored 39.7125 (VT 9.95, UB 9.9375, BB 9.9, FX 9.925) to edge Lexy Ramler (Minnesota) and Kyla Ross (UCLA) who tied for second with 39.6625. Sarah Finnegan (LSU) 39.65, Kennedi Edney (LSU) 39.6 and Lynnzee Brown (Denver) 39.575 rounded out the top six. Oklahoma, UCLA, LSU and Denver were the four teams to qualify to Saturday’s team final. UCLA and LSU qualified from the first semifinal session held during the day, while OU and Denver qualified from the second semifinal held in the evening.

Individual event results - Vault: four way tie for first with a 9.95 - Kyla Ross (UCLA), Kennedi Edney (LSU), Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma), Derrian Gobourne (Auburn); Bars: 1. Sarah Finnegan (LSU) 9.95, tied for 2nd Maggie Nichols (Oklahoma) and Lexy Ramler (Minnesota) 9.9375; Beam: 1. Natalie Wojcik (Michigan) 9.95, 2. Sarah Finnegan (LSU) 9.9375, 3. Kaitlyn Ohashi (UCLA) 9.925; Floor: four way tie for first with a 9.95 - Kyla Ross (UCLA), Brenna Dowell (Oklahoma), Alicia Boren (Florida), Lynnzee Brown (Denver).

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