NCAA gymnastics results, scores, winners for 2024 women's college semifinals | Sporting News (2024)

Expect the unexpected — and plenty of Yurchenkos — when the NCAA gymnastics college semifinals kick off Thursday.

Eight of the nation's best programs jostle for superiority amid the glow of the Dickies Arena starlight during the dual session.

It will be a showcase filled with celestial talents. LSU's Haleigh Bryant, Oklahoma's Jordan Bowers, Florida's Leanne Wong and Utah's Grace McCallum represent a portion of the cream of the crop in Thursday's contest. They're far from alone, however. The lowest-ranked team of the eight competing in the semifinals — No. 8 Stanford — has rallied off four-straight performances of 197.175 or better.

Suffice to say, there's plenty to look forward to when the chalk drops on Thursday afternoon. Prepare for theatrics — and acrobatics — as the action kicks off from Fort Worth, Texas.

The Sporting News is tracking the top performances from Thursday's NCAA gymnastics college semifinals from Dickies Arena. Follow along to see which gymnasts shined on the biggest stage in collegiate gymnastics.

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NCAA gymnastics results from 2024 semifinals

Winners are in bold in each table.

Team competition

Session I —Thursday, April 13, 4:30 p.m. ET

























Session II — Thursday, April 13, 9p.m. ET


All-Around individual qualifiers

IndividualSchoolSessionTotal result
Lily SmithGeorgiaI


Skylar Killough-Wilhelm



Gabby WilsonMichiganII39.5000
Jade CareyOregon StateII39.7000

Individual event qualifiers

Session I — Thursday, April 13, 4:30 p.m. ET

VaultLily Smith (AA)Georgia9.7250
Skylar Killough-Wilhelm (AA)Washington9.8500
Anaya SmithArizona State9.9375
Emma SilbermanMaryland9.7625
BarsCourtney BlacksonBoise State9.9250
Lily Smith (AA)Georgia9.9250
Skylar Killough-Wilhelm (AA)Washington9.9250
Jade MangahasArizona State9.8750
BeamAmani HerringPenn State9.7875
Nikki SmithMichigan State9.8250
Lily Smith (AA)Georgia9.9125
Skylar Killough-Wilhelm (AA)Washington9.8875
FloorSkylar Killough-Wilhelm (AA)Washington9.8875
Chae CampbellUCLA9.9000
Skyla SchulteMichigan State9.9125
Lily Smith (AA)Georgia9.9125

Session II —Thursday, April 13,9 p.m. ET

VaultGabby Wilson (AA)Michigan9.8500
Jade Carey (AA)Oregon State9.9000
Mya HootenMinnesota9.8750
Sierra BrooksMichigan9.8625
BarsCarly BaumanMichigan9.9000
Gabby Wilson (AA)Michigan9.8625
Jade Carey (AA)Oregon State)9.9000
Mara TitarsolejMissouri9.6625
BeamSelena HarrisUCLA9.5000
Isabella MagnelliKentucky9.5000
Gabby Wilson (AA)Michigan9.9125
Jade Carey (AA)Oregon State9.9500
FloorJade Carey (AA)Oregon State39.7000
Gabby Wilson (AA)Michigan39.5000

NCAA gymnastics championship live updates, highlights

All times Eastern.

11:00 p.m. – Here are the best individual scores from both session I and session II. Audrey Davis secured two wins for her and the Sooners, while Florida and Utah were the two programs to join LSU and Cal in the finals.

  • AA: Haleigh Bryant, LSU
  • VT: Anna Roberts, Stanford
  • UB: Audrey Davis, Oklahoma & Leanne Wong, Florida
  • BB: Audrey Davis & Faith Torrez, Oklahoma
  • FX: Aleah Finnegan, LSU

6:36 p.m. – Here are the individual event winners from session I. Session II gymnasts will need to best these scores to take the all-around or individual event titles.

  • AA: Haleigh Bryant (LSU), 39.7125
  • VT: Anna Roberts (Stanford), 9.9500
  • UB: Courtney Blackson (Boise State), Haleigh Bryant (LSU), Lily Smith (Georgia), Skylar Killough-Wilhelm (Washington), Reese Drotar (Arkansas), 9.9250
  • BB: Haleigh Bryant (LSU), Mya Lauzon (Cal), 9.9500
  • FX: Aleah Finnegan (LSU), 9.9625

6:32 p.m. – It's official! LSU and Cal advance to the finals.

6:25 p.m. – What a way for Stanford to finish things. Anna Roberts scores a career-high 9.9500 on vault.

6:20 p.m. – LSU keeps on firing! KJ Johnson scores a 9.9500 on floor, the highest of the night.

6:04 p.m. – Team standings remain the same heading in to the final rotation. LSU and Cal are poised to win and advance, unless Stanford and Arkansas have near perfect rotations.

5:58 p.m. – Anaya Smith with a meet-high 9.9375 on vault!

STUCK ON THE BIGGEST STAGE‼️‼️ 9️⃣.9️⃣3️⃣7️⃣5️⃣, the best score of the day so far for @anayasmith_!!!

📲: ESPN2#NCAAGym /// #ForksUp

— Sun Devil Gymnastics (@SunDevilGym) April 18, 2024

5:53 p.m. – Haleigh Bryant doing Haleigh Bryant things. She scores a 9.9500 on beam for the highest score of the night.

5:32 p.m. – Now it's LSU with the lead! Highlighted by Haleigh Bryant, the Tigers score three 9.9000+ for a .025 lead over Cal. It's Stanford in third place.

Any time, any place. @haleighbryant3 anchors with a 9.925!


— LSU Gymnastics (@LSUgym) April 18, 2024

5:01 p.m. – After one rotation, it's Cal that leads followed by LSU, Stanford and Arkansas.

eMjae wows us with a 9.9375!#GoBears🐻| #OneDayBetter

— Cal Women’s Gymnastics (@CalWGym) April 18, 2024

4:41 p.m. – Stanford's Ava Sorrento takes two falls on the bars. She finishes out her routine, scoring a 8.600, but the Cardinal will need to clean it up and drop that score to stay in the meet.

4:30 p.m. – It's go time in Fort Worth. Or is it geaux time?

4:12 p.m. – Here's what the team and individual rotations look like for both of tonight's semifinals. As the highest-seeded teams, LSU and Oklahoma will rotate in Olympic order.

ICYMI the rotation order for today, here it is! #NCAAWGym*ckke6

— Inside Gymnastics (@InsideGym) April 18, 2024

How to watch NCAA gymnastics championships

  • TV channels:ESPN2, ABC
  • Live streams:ESPN+, ESPN app,Fubo

The NCAA women's gymnastics championship will take place over three days and three sessions.

The semifinal sessions are on Thursday, April 18, and broadcast live on ESPN2. The final session will take place at 4 p.m. ET Saturday, April 15, and be broadcast live on ABC.

The ESPN family of networks will also provide live streams of singular events and special commentary from former Olympians and collegiate stars John Roethlisberger and Aly Raisman. There will also be a quad-box viewing option and a Spanish-language viewing option, all on ESPN+.

In addition, the crews' commentary will be boosted by the use of "Tech Tools," according to the network, including height and distance markers on vault, protractors for body angle and a height grid on bars, and what the network called a "split-o-meter" on beam.

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