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2004 NCAA Gymnastics Championships
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City

Los Angeles, California

Venue

Pauley Pavilion

Team Gold Medalist

UCLA

All-Around Gold Medalist

Jeana Rice (Alabama)

Vault Gold Medalist

Ashley Miles (Alabama)

Uneven Bars Gold Medalist

Elise Ray (Michigan)

Balance Beam Gold Medalist

Ashley Kelly (Arizona State)

Floor Exercise Gold Medalist

Ashley Miles (Alabama)
Courtney Bumpers (North Carolina)

Preceded by

2003 NCAA Gymnastics Championships

Succeeded by

2005 NCAA Gymnastics Championships

The 2004 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships were held in April 2004 and involved 12 schools competing for the national championship of women's NCAA Division I gymnastics. The competition took place in Los Angeles, California hosted by the UCLA in Pauley Pavilion.

Super Six Qualifications

Rank Team Score
1 UCLA 197.675
2 Alabama 197.325
3 Utah 196.925
4 Florida 196.850
4 Stanford 196.850
6 Georgia 196.775
7 LSU 196.650
8 Michigan 196.500
9 Arizona State 196.325
10 Nebraska 196.150
11 Oklahoma 195.750
12 Iowa 194.775

Results

Super Six

Rank Team Score
1st UCLA 198.125
2nd Georgia 197.200
3rd Alabama 197.125
3rd Stanford 197.125
5 Florida 196.800
6 Utah 195.875

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around Jeana Rice
Alabama
Jeanette Antolin
UCLA
April Burkholder
LSU
Vault Ashley Miles
Alabama
Annabeth Eberle
Utah
Natalie Foley
Stanford
Uneven Bars Elise Ray
Michigan
Kristen Maloney
UCLA
Kate Richardson
UCLA
Balance Beam Ashley Kelly
Arizona State
Jeana Rice
Alabama
Elise Ray
Michigan

Kristi Esposito
Nebraska

Floor Exercise Ashley Miles
Alabama

Courtney Bumpers
North Carolina

N/A Jeanette Antolin
UCLA

Melissa Vituj
Utah

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