The exciting, star-studded NCAA gymnastics season now comes to a close this weekend. This year’s semifinals featured several Olympians alongside decorated collegiate athletes. However, the names of Suni Lee and Trinity Thomas seemed to get noticed as they stole the show.
Thomas put on a dominant performance this year, taking the individual all-around title with a score of 39.8125. She also captured the parallel bars title with a 9.9750 and finished with a floor exercise title on a perfect 10. Thomas also led her Florida team to the finals of the NCAA Championships.
Suni Lee enjoys success in singles events at the NCAA championship playoffs
Suni, on the other hand, finally found her place after the Tokyo Olympics. She moves to Auburn and is responsible for leading the Tigers to the NCAA Finals. Lee placed second in the individual all-around, finishing with a score of 39.6750
Rounding out the rest of the NCAA singles titles, Lee claimed the title in style on the balance beam after finishing Thursday with a score of 9.9625.
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