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Nicole Lehrmann posted a 9. Florida Finishes Second The Gators totaled a The team was aggressive from the start, posting a big In the second rotation, the team totaled a McMurtry anchored again and scored a 9. On floor, the Gators had a few mistakes early on but came back strong and Alyssa Baumann anchored with a career-high 9. One of the crowd-favorite routines came from Alicia Boren with her sky-high tumbling and fun dance to score a 9.
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McMurtry stumbled on her triple full landing but still posted a 9. Florida finished big on vault with a team score of a McMurtry performed a massive double-twisting Yurchenko but had a hop back on the landing and scored a 9. Boren stuck her Yurchenko one and a half for a 9. The team had a bit of a slow start and a The team struggled midway but MyKayla Skinner brought it home with an incredible stuck Yurchenko double full.
The Red Rocks looked more themselves in the bar rotation, where they scored a Skinner anchored again with the highest score of a 9.
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On beam, the Utes ran into a bit of trouble with a fall from second-up MaKenna Merrell-Giles, putting the pressure on the rest of the lineup to hit. But the team delivered, hitting the rest of the lineup and Skinner anchoring with a 9.
Finishing on floor, Utah posted a Sydney Soloski scored a 9.
Toni-Ann Williams led the bears with a The team-high came on bars with a Washington finished their meet with a After a shaky start, the Wildcats showed resilience but ultimately ended sixth with a Nichols has been OU's star all-around gymnast the past two seasons and her meet came together once again tonight.
At the World Artistic Gymnastics ChampionshipsNichols competed on vault, beam, and floor in the preliminary round. During the team final, she competed on all four events,  contributing an all-around total of She also qualified for the floor event final where she earned a bronze medal.
A month later, Nichols tore her meniscus while training her Amanar vault and had to withdraw from the Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in Seattle. She performed only on the uneven bars and balance beam, finishing 13th and 10th, respectively, and advanced to the Olympic Trials in July.
There, she finished sixth in the all-around, fifth on vault, ninth on uneven bars, eighth on balance beam, and fourth on floor.
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She was not chosen for the Olympic team or as an alternate athlete. Marta explained the reason she was not chosen even as an alternate, was that while she had performed well at the Trials, her score was not in the top 3 on any event which made her of no possible benefit in a team final format. A few days after the conclusion of the Olympic Trials on July 13,Nichols announced her retirement from elite gymnastics via Instagram and interview,  and said she was taking time to rest before starting her NCAA career at the University of Oklahoma in August.
College career[ edit ] Nichols committed to the Oklahoma Sooners women's gymnastics team in with a full athletic scholarship. However, she performed well on the other events, including bars in which she finished first in a six-way tie. She also helped Oklahoma qualify to the Super Six. In the Super Six final, Nichols scored a ten on beam — the same event that she fell on the day before — en route to Oklahoma's victory in the finals, defending their national title.OU WGYM PREVIEW
This also ensured Oklahoma's first ever undefeated season in program history.