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1996 NCAA Gymnastics Championships
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City

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Venue

Coleman Coliseum

Team Gold Medalist

Alabama

All-Around Gold Medalist

Meredith Willard (Alabama)

Vault Gold Medalist

Leah Brown (Georgia)

Uneven Bars Gold Medalist

Stephanie Woods (Alabama)

Balance Beam Gold Medalist

Summer Reid (Alabama)

Floor Exercise Gold Medalist

Kim Kelly (Alabama)
Heidi Hornbeek (Arizona)

Preceded by

1995 NCAA Gymnastics Championships

Succeeded by

1997 NCAA Gymnastics Championships

The 1996 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships involved 12 schools competing for the national championship of women's NCAA Division I gymnastics. The competition took place in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, hosted by the University of Alabama in the Coleman Coliseum.

Super Six Qualifications

Rank Team Score
1 Georgia 196.400
2 Alabama 196.325
3 Utah 196.000
4 Oregon State 195.700
5 UCLA 195.300
6 Michigan 193.975
7 Arizona 195.125
8 Florida 194.825
9 Stanford 194.025
10 Nebraska 193.950
11 Penn State 192.700
12 BYU 192.500

Results

Super Six

Rank Team Score
1st Alabama 198.025
2nd UCLA 197.475
3rd Georgia 196.775
4 Utah 196.775
5 Oregon State 196.525
6 Michigan 196.375

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around Meredith Willard
Alabama
Kristen Guise
Florida
Heidi Hornbeek
Arizona
Vault Leah Brown
Georgia
Jenny Hansen
Kentucky
Kristin Quackenbush
West Virginia

Megan Caudle
Utah

Uneven Bars Stephanie Woods
Alabama
Jenni Beathard
Georgia

Heather Bennett
Oregon State

N/A
Balance Beam Summer Reid
Alabama
Lori Strong
Georgia

Karin Lichey
Georgia

Stella Umeh
UCLA

N/A
Floor Exercise Kim Kelly
Alabama

Heidi Hornbeek
Arizona

N/A Danielle McAdams
Alabama

Notable Moments

  • Alabama set a new NCAA record score of 198.025 in the Super Six.

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