NCAA Week 5 Preview and Schedule

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Arianna Guerra of Alabama

Florida moved up to second place after last weekend, and it was just in time to make this week’s match against top-ranked Oklahoma all the more exciting! The two best programs in the country will face off in Norman on Friday night, and though Maggie Nichols has been nursing a bruised heel, I hope she’ll come back to the all-around because I’m dying to see her and fellow former U.S. national team standout-turned-NCAA star Trinity Thomas go head-to-head in the individual competition.

UCLA, now ranked third just four-thousandths of a point behind the Gators, will compete on Saturday afternoon at Oregon State (No. 20), where judging has been tough so far this season, so it’ll be interesting to see how the Bruins score in their first meet out of California this season.

Utah, still in a solid fourth place, will host Arizona (No. 23) on Friday night, and fifth-ranked LSU will return home to host NC State (No. 30) in what should be a no-pressure meet that should see the Tigers continue to grow their average.

Also in the SEC’s Friday Night Heights lineup, Georgia (No. 6) will host Arkansas (No. 24) while Alabama (No. 8) will travel to Missouri (No. 16) and Auburn (No. 11) will travel to Kentucky (No. 17).

Denver (No. 7) competes in a Big 12 rivalry meet on Saturday against Iowa State (No. 26) and West Virginia (No. 27), Boise State (No. 9) will compete at a tri-meet at San Jose State (No. 52) that will also feature UC Davis (No. 36), the Big Ten will see an excellent match-up between its two best teams with Michigan (No. 10) hosting Nebraska (No. 13), and the Pac 12 will see Washington (No. 12) travel to compete at Stanford (No. 24).

The full schedule for week five is below. All times listed are ET, the first team listed is the host team, and we’ll update any links as they are updated on each program’s schedule. Once the meet is finished, we’ll add the results. Enjoy!

THURSDAY JANUARY 31
6:00 pm Eastern Michigan 194.150, Bowling Green 193.975 Results
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1
7:00 pm Texas Woman’s 192.875, Centenary 190.075 Results
Georgia 197.475, Arkansas 196.125 Results
Auburn 196.125, Kentucky, 196.000 Results
Northern Illinois 194.500, Lindenwood 194.350, Kent State 192.075, Seattle Pacific 190.625 Results
Oshkosh 182.200, Winona State 180.550 Results
Temple 194.200, North Carolina 194.050, Pittsburgh 193.550 Results
Stout 186.825, Hamline 180.725, Eau Claire 179.175 Results
7:30 pm Air Force 188.200, La Crosse 186.975, Whitewater 182.500 Results
8:00 pm Central Michigan 194.200, Illinois State 191.725 Results
LSU 197.150, NC State 195.375 Results
Oklahoma 198.325, Florida 198.025 Results
8:30 pm Alabama 196.850, Missouri 196.550 Results
9:00 pm Southern Utah 195.500, Utah State 194.900 Results
Utah 197.075, Arizona 195.400 Results
10:00 pm Boise State 196.525, UC Davis 194.525, San Jose State 194.175 Results
Washington 195.825, Stanford 195.425 Results
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2
12:00 pm Ohio State 195.000, Iowa 194.775 Results
Bridgeport 194.200, Yale 193.175, Southern Conn. 192.350, Springfield 188.200 Results
1:00 pm Brockport 189.050, Ithaca 185.975, Rhode Island College 178.250 Results
2:30 pm UCLA 197.900, Oregon State 197.450 Results
3:00 pm Penn State 195.275, Illinois 193.500 Results
Maryland 195.275, Rutgers 194.600 Results
5:00 pm Minnesota 196.725, Michigan State 194.450 Results
7:00 pm Denver 197.450, Iowa State 196.700, West Virginia 196.125 Results
8:00 pm California 196.700, Arizona State 195.700, BYU 194.975 Results
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3
1:00 pm Ball State 194.475, Western Michigan 193.400 Results
New Hampshire 195.500, George Washington 194.475 Results
Pennsylvania 193.900, Cornell 191.125, Brown 191.000, Ursinus 183.025 Results
UIC 195.000, Eastern Michigan 193.075 Results
2:00 pm Centenary 190.375, Gustavus 182.725 Results
Michigan 196.500, Nebraska 195.700 Results
Towson 193.525, West Chester 192.550 Results

 

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