NCAA Week 10 Standings

Above, Chelsea Knight of NC State celebrates an incredible bars set. Her all-around score of 39.525 was the sixth-best in the country this weekend.

The biggest news in the rankings this week is that for the first time all season, a team has broken the top three bubble that has been a mix of Oklahoma, LSU, and Florida going back to week one. With a 197.800 at home, UCLA managed to push past Florida by five thousandths of a point, which to me, is a more accurate representation of the actual best teams in 2017. Florida has good meets, but there’s something lacking about them this season, with the current top three the most exciting to me this year.

The top three RQS teams also had the three best scores this week, with LSU at 197.875 while Oklahoma and UCLA both scored 197.800, Oklahoma on the road and UCLA at home. If nationals aren’t a bloody battle between these three teams, I will be sorely disappointed because they’re currently setting us up for an incredible competition, though both LSU and UCLA have reputations for being a little iffy when it counts so hopefully they can ride the wave of fire they’ve both been on all season to keep it going next month.

As for other shake-ups, Georgia and Denver have flipflopped once again, and Michigan jumped back into the top ten, pushing both Oregon State and Boise State down a notch each. The real drama is down around that magic #36, however. The top 36 teams get seeded into regionals, and while most teams are cemented into regionals spots, there are still about seven teams that could go either way, with their fates to be decided after conference championships.

TOP TEAM SCORES IN WEEK 10

Rank Team Conference Score
1 LSU SEC 197.875
2 Oklahoma Big 12 197.800
UCLA PAC 12 197.800
4 Boise State MRGC 197.675
5 Florida SEC 197.600
6 Oregon State PAC 12 197.475
7 Georgia SEC 197.250
8 Missouri SEC 197.150
Denver Big 12 197.150
Michigan Big Ten 197.150

TOP ALL-AROUND SCORES IN WEEK 10

Rank Athlete Team Score
1 Ashleigh Gnat LSU 39.700
2 Kaytianna McMillan Oregon State 39.650
3 Maddie Karr Denver 39.625
Myia Hambrick LSU 39.625
Chayse Capps Oklahoma 39.625
6 Shani Remme Boise State 39.525
Chelsea Knight NC State 39.525
Mollie Korth Kentucky 39.525
Haylee Young Iowa State 39.525
10 Kari Lee Utah 39.450

WEEK 10 TEAM RANKINGS

The rankings are calculated by RQS, which takes the team’s top six scores (three of which must be away scores), drops the highest, and averages the remaining five.

Rank Team Conference RQS Week 9 Change
1 Oklahoma Big 12 198.000 1
2 LSU SEC 197.785 2
3 UCLA PAC 12 197.500 4 +1
4 Florida SEC 197.495 3 -1
5 Utah PAC 12 197.355 5
6 Alabama SEC 197.285 6
7 Denver Big 12 197.040 8 +1
8 Georgia SEC 197.005 7 -1
9 Michigan Big Ten 196.880 11 +2
10 Oregon State PAC 12 196.875 9 -1
11 Boise State MRGC 196.835 10 -1
12 Kentucky SEC 196.750 12
13 Nebraska Big Ten 196.640 13
14 Missouri SEC 196.540 15 +1
15 Washington PAC 12 196.480 14 -1
16 Iowa Big Ten 196.400 16
California PAC 12 196.400 17 +1
18 George Washington EAGL 196.305 18
19 Southern Utah MRGC 196.300 21 +2
20 Illinois Big Ten 196.245 19 -1
21 Auburn SEC 196.135 20 -1
22 West Virginia Big 12 195.920 22
23 Utah State MRGC 195.830 23
24 Ohio State Big Ten 195.815 24
25 Eastern Michigan MAC 195.805 25
26 Arkansas SEC 195.775 29 +3
27 New Hampshire EAGL 195.745 26 -1
28 Kent State MAC 195.720 31 +3
Iowa State Big 12 195.720 30 +2
30 Arizona PAC 12 195.710 27 -3
31 Stanford PAC 12 195.610 28 -3
32 Penn State Big Ten 195.460 36 +4
33 North Carolina EAGL 195.430 33
34 Maryland Big Ten 195.410 32 -2
35 Central Michigan MAC 195.370 35
BYU MRGC 195.370 37 +2
37 Minnesota Big Ten 195.350 34 -3
38 Western Michigan MAC 195.270 38
39 Michigan State Big Ten 195.035 39
40 UC Davis MPSF 194.885 40
41 Northern Illinois MAC 194.875 43 +2
42 Ball State MAC 194.870 45 +3
43 NC State EAGL 194.820 44 +1
44 Towson EAGL 194.755 42 -2
45 Arizona State PAC 12 194.740 41 -4
46 Bowling Green MAC 194.495 50 +4
47 Sacramento State MPSF 194.490 52 +5
48 Rutgers Big Ten 194.370 46 -2
49 San Jose State MPSF 194.355 47 -2
50 Pittsburgh EAGL 194.330 49 -1
51 Lindenwood* MIC 194.305 48 -3
52 Bridgeport* ECAC II 194.265 53 +1
53 Texas Woman’s* MIC 194.170 51 -2
54 Temple ECAC 194.145 54
55 UIC MIC 193.775 55
56 Cornell ECAC 193.660 58 +2
57 Air Force MPSF 193.490 56 -1
58 Illinois State MIC 193.245 57 -1
59 Brown ECAC 193.185 60 +1
60 West Chester* ECAC II 193.095 59 -1
61 Yale ECAC 193.010 61
62 Pennsylvania ECAC 192.935 62
63 William & Mary ECAC 192.745 63
64 S.E. Missouri MIC 191.960 64
65 Seattle Pacific* MPSF 191.825 65
66 Brockport** NCGA East 191.045 68 +2
67 Whitewater** WIAC 190.800 69 +2
68 Southern Conn.* ECAC II 190.705 71 +3
69 Alaska MPSF 190.635 66 -3
70 Ursinus** NCGA East 190.440 70
71 Centenary** MIC 190.200 67 -4
72 La Crosse** WIAC 189.940 72
73 Cortland** NCGA East 188.035 74 +1
74 Springfield** NCGA East 187.835 75 +1
75 Winona State* WIAC 187.400 73 -2
76 Ithaca** NCGA East 187.235 76
77 Stout** WIAC 186.665 77
78 Eau Claire** WIAC 185.800 78
79 Oshkosh** WIAC 185.465 79
80 Hamline** WIAC 185.050 80
81 Gustavus** WIAC 184.325 81
82 Rhode Island** NCGA East 178.850 82

*Division II
**Division III

WEEK 10 ALL-AROUND RANKINGS

Rank Athlete Team RQS Week 9 Change
1 Maggie Nichols Oklahoma 39.785 1
2 MyKayla Skinner Utah 39.650 2
3 Chayse Capps Oklahoma 39.600 3
4 Kiana Winston Alabama 39.550 4
5 Madison Kocian UCLA 39.540 5
6 Alicia Boren Florida 39.530 6
7 Kaytianna McMillan Oregon State 39.495 9 +2
8 Maddie Karr Denver 39.490 10 +2
9 Baely Rowe Utah 39.485 7 -2
Amelia Hundley Florida 39.485 7 -2
11 Myia Hambrick LSU 39.465 15 +4
12 Mollie Korth Kentucky 39.450 12
13 Rachel Dickson Georgia 39.410 17 +4
Julia Ross Denver 39.410 11 -2
15 Haylee Young Iowa State 39.370 13 -2
16 Sidney Dukes Kentucky 39.350 16
17 Hailey Burleson Washington 39.345 14 -3
18 Alex Hyland Kentucky 39.340 20 +2
19 Shani Remme Boise State 39.320 23 +4
20 Nicole Artz Michigan 39.310
21 Morgan Lane North Carolina 39.305 19 -2
22 Alexis Mattern Ohio State 39.300 18 -4
23 Jennie Laeng Nebraska 39.290 29 +6
24 Jillian Winstanley George Washington 39.280 25 +1
25 Cami Drouin-Allaire George Washington 39.250 22 -3

WEEK 10 VAULT RANKINGS

Rank Athlete Team RQS Week 9 Change
1 Ashleigh Gnat LSU 9.955 1
2 Rachel Slocum Florida 9.940 2
Alex McMurtry Florida 9.940 2
4 Maggie Nichols Oklahoma 9.935 4
Brenna Dowell Oklahoma 9.935 5 +1
6 Maddie Karr Denver 9.930 7 +1
7 Alicia Boren Florida 9.925 6 -1
8 Britney Ward Missouri 9.915 7 -1
MyKayla Skinner Utah 9.915 7 -1
10 Kennedi Edney LSU 9.910 10
Sydney Snead Georgia 9.910 10

WEEK 10 BARS RANKINGS

Rank Athlete Team RQS Week 9 Change
1 Kyla Ross UCLA 9.965 1
2 Maggie Nichols Oklahoma 9.955 2
Peng-Peng Lee UCLA 9.955 3 +1
4 Elizabeth Price Stanford 9.940 4
5 Alex McMurtry Florida 9.930 5
6 McKenzie Wofford Oklahoma 9.925 6
Kendall Valentin Eastern Michigan 9.925 7 +1
8 Amelia Hundley Florida 9.920 7 -1
9 Lexie Priessman LSU 9.915 9
Paige Zaziski Michigan 9.915 15 +6

WEEK 10 BEAM RANKINGS

Rank Athlete Team RQS Week 9 Change
1 Maggie Nichols Oklahoma 9.955 1
Chayse Capps Oklahoma 9.955 1
3 Sarah Finnegan LSU 9.945 3
Nickie Guerrero Alabama 9.945 4 +1
Katelyn Ohashi UCLA 9.945 5 +1
6 Madeline Gardiner Oregon State 9.930 6
7 Britney Ward Missouri 9.925 8 +1
Kiana Winston Alabama 9.925 8 +1
9 Alex McMurtry Florida 9.920 11 +2
10 Kyla Ross UCLA 9.915 7 -3

WEEK 10 FLOOR RANKINGS

Rank Athlete Team RQS Week 9 Change
1 Maggie Nichols Oklahoma 9.965 1
2 AJ Jackson Oklahoma 9.960 2
3 MyKayla Skinner Utah 9.950 3
Ashleigh Gnat LSU 9.950 3
5 Alicia Boren Florida 9.945 5
Kiana Winston Alabama 9.945 5
7 Nicole Artz Michigan 9.940 7
8 Chayse Capps Oklahoma 9.935 8
9 Myia Hambrick LSU 9.930 12 +3
Rachel Stypinski Kent State 9.930 8 -1
Madison Kocian UCLA 9.930 8 -1
Aja Sims Alabama 9.930 12 +3
GiGi Marino Georgia 9.930 11 +2
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2 thoughts on “NCAA Week 10 Standings

  1. So I’m courious if you believe Georgia got home cooking scoring in that last rotation against Utah. I’m sure people would be screaming foul if it was the other way around.

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    • Yup. As I’ve said before, literally every team does it at home, including Georgia, and including Utah. It’s no coincidence that the majority of teams have lower road scores than home. That’s why the RQS exists.

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