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USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships begin Saturday

Apr 08, 2021

The 2021 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships will kick off with the team and all-around competitions Saturday, April 10 at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Event finals will follow on Sunday, April 11.

The USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships is open to Division I, II and III schools with fewer than seven-and-a-half full scholarships. Following several season cancellations by eligible programs, the host Southeast Missouri State Redhawks are one of five teams set to compete at this year’s championships. They will be joined by Centenary College, Lindenwood University, Texas Woman’s University and United States Air Force Academy.

Lindenwood captured the team title in 2019 and will look to defend their crown after last year’s event was cancelled due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

The action begins Saturday at 3 p.m. ET with Sunday’s individual event finals set for 2 p.m. ET. Both the April 10 and April 11 sessions will stream live on the subscription service ESPN+, and limited tickets for the event are also available.

Participating gymnasts are listed below.

(Alphabetically by school)

Centenary College

Xian Baumgartnet

Rose Deshler

Jerrica Harris

Kendall Huff

Jenny Jackson

Leilani Johnson

Kendall Knaps

Madison McCary

Rylie Molina

Rozanne Myers

Isabel Plaza

Sierra Ponder

Kendall Sanders

Kennedy Stephens

Lauryn Stiff

Courtney Tripp

Lacey Wedge

Taylor Ann Wilson

Lindenwood University

Nikki Baars

Kyndall Baze

Claire Bonacorsi

Jordan Boogerd

Riley Daniels

Jenna Eagles

Simone Evans

Gayla Griswold

Gracie Kramer

Aleah Leman

Sydney Lopez

Audrey Manivong

Courtney Mitchell

Hannah Moon

Savannah Newsome

Hadley Roberts

Madison Rush

Paige Sorensen

Aleah Turon

Nicole Wojcik


Southeast Missouri State University

Gabrielle Adams

Ashley Albrecht

Lindsey Bates

Mallory Desch

Alana Fischer

Taylor Fishkin

Jordan Jones

Anna Kaziska

Makenzie Marciniak

Molly Maxwell

Jolie Miller

Lindsey Moffitt

Michael Sanders

Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso

Anna Speller

Sophia Studdard

Lydia Test

Lydia Webb


Texas Woman’s University

Mackenzie Balderas

Sadie Bish

Domi Bonzagni

Madeline Gose

Isabel Goyco

Maddie Griffith

Mara Johnson

Steelie King

Kenzie Kunzman

Beth Lazarus

Alexia Leake

Bridgette Peterson

Alizandra Pierce

Kyla Podges

Paige Stuyniski

Daisy Woodring


United States Air Force Academy

Cameron Barber

Grace Bardes

Pixie Brock

Brooke Bruder

Chloe Camello

Briona Carswell

Tyler Davis

Jessica Kirkpatrick

Natalie Meyer

Grace Nelson

Maddy Ohren

Heidi Sand

Lizzy Shearns

Valerie Smith

Cameo Stapleton

Daija Stevenson

USA Gymnastics. Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States, encompassing seven disciplines: women’s gymnastics, men’s gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, gymnastics for all (a.k.a. group gymnastics) and, most recently, parkour. USA Gymnastics sets the rules and policies that govern the sport of gymnastics, including selecting and training the U.S. Gymnastics Teams for the Olympics and World Championships; promoting and developing gymnastics on the grassroots and national levels, as well as a safe, empowered and positive training environment; and serving as a resource and educational center for the more than 200,000 members, clubs, fans and gymnasts throughout the United States. The organization is deeply committed to creating a culture that encourages and supports its athletes and focuses on its highest priority: the safety and well-being of athletes and our community.

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