Championship week: Gymnastics, Fencing & More

It was a busy week In the world of college sports. The University of Florida, Women’s Gymnastic Team, won their first National Championship. After coming up short a year ago as the No. 1 seed at the NCAA championships, the top-seeded Gators earned their first national crown in program history with a 197.575 team total.

Congratulations also go out to the Michigan Wolverines who won their Men’s Gymnastics title in impressive fashion. Highlighted by Olympian Sam Mikulak’s strong efforts, Big Ten conference champion Michigan capped its season with the program’s fifth national championship, its first since 2010.

The Princeton Tigers won their first NCAA Fencing Championship seven points ahead of Notre Dame on Sunday. Princeton scored 182 points in the four-day men’s and women’s tournament, to 175 for Notre Dame. Penn State finished third with 163 points, while 2012 champion Ohio State came in at No. 4 (146 points).

College baseball is in full swing as teams across the country are competing to get into the college world series. As of today, here are the top five (5) contenders:

  1. Oregon State
  2. Vanderbilt
  3. North Carolina
  4. LSU
  5. Oregon

Finally, Spring Football practices are in process at most NCAA colleges and universities that have a football program. Spring football helps build a solid foundation for September when the season officially kicks off.

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