2006 NCGA Nationals Information
SUNY - Brockport in Brockport, NY will host the 23rd annual NCGA Championships for the first time in school history on March 24th and 25th, 2006. The Official National's Website is up at Brockport, and the field and rotations have been set as described below.
UW-La Crosse will be aiming for their 6th team title in a row and their 11th overall. Brockport, on the other hand, will attempt to crown their third consecutive All-Around Champion as Carrie Santore '04 took the title in 2004 and Sarah Bulka '07 was victorious last year as a sophomore.
Congratulations 2006 Qualifiers
In two outstanding Regional Championships to determine the field for the Nationals, it was the home teams that surprised and both earned a spot to the culminating meet of the year. UW-Oshkosh slowly crept up the rankings toward the end of the season and then exploded at the Midwest Regional to finish in third place just one tenth behind second place UW-Eau Claire (181.00-180.90) and two points back of seemingly unbeatable UW-La Crosse (182.90). In the East, it was much closer than that as the host team of Ursinus College jumped over 4 teams in the East to finish in second place just five tenths behind winner Ithaca College (184.225-183.725) and .075 ahead of MIT (183.65). SUNY-Brockport, by virtue of being the host, will also participate in the National Championships, but they were only one tenth behind MIT with a 183.55. The competition promises to be a barn-burner.
Team draw was as follows...
Team 1 - UW-La Crosse with Sarah Massey (Wilson)
Team 3 - Specialists with Danielle Crinzi (UW-Whitewater)
Team 5 - UW-Eau Claire with Eileen Strube (Winona)
Team 7 - UW-Oshkosh with Christine McAuley (Cortland)
Team 2 - Ithaca College with Ashley Timm (UW-Stout)
Team 4 - SUNY-Brockport with Rhian Paulson (UW-Stout)
Team 6 - Ursinus College with Hannah Scott and Megan Joseph (balance beam) (Rhode Island College)
Team 8 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Breanna Moroney (Rhode Island College)
Competition rotation. (W-EVENT means Warm-up-EVENT)
2005 Nationals Results
2004 Nationals Results
2003 Nationals Results
2002 Nationals Results
2001 Nationals Results
2000 Nationals Results
1999 Nationals Results
1998 Nationals Results (MIT story)