Arizona Gymnastics grew stronger with the addition of Jenny Leung who will join the Wildcats in the fall of 2016.
Arizona Gymnastics is excited to announce the signing of Melbourne, Australia native, Maddi Leydin who will attend the University of Arizona in the fall of 2016.
The team was given the Director's Cup Award for having the most community service hours out of the 20 teams. This marks the eleventh consecutive year the GymCats have received this award. This year, the team averaged 38 hours of community service per team member, an increase of two hours from the 2014-2015 team.
Arizona gymnastics senior, Lexi Mills, competed as as individual balance beam competitor on Friday, April 15. Mills finished her routine with a 9.7875 and placed 27th on the event in the first session.
Arizona women's gymnastics' Lexi Mills will compete in Fort Worth, Texas at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships. Mills will compete for the individual balance beam title on Friday, April 15 at 11 a.m. MST.
On Wednesday, April 13, the NCAA recognized the schools who have had the latest multiyear NCAA Division 1 Academic Progress Rate. The Arizona women's gymnastics team was recognized for the fifth consecutive year.
The Pac-12 Conference announed the 2016 All-Academic first and second teams on April 8, 2016. Senior Jessie Sisler and sophomore Maddy Cindric were named on the conference's All-Academic teams.
The Arizona women's gymnastics team finished fourth in Athens, GA., Saturday, April 2 with a score of 195.90. The Wildcats finished behind No. 1, 2 and 3 seeds LSU, Georgia and Michigan State. Senior Lexi Mills captured the regional balance beam title, advancing her to the NCAA Championships in Fort Worth, Texas, on April 6.
In honor of National Athletic Training Month, which takes place in March each year, we decided to take a behind the scenes look at the responsibilities and daily life of the GymCats' athletic trainer.
The Arizona gymnastics will continue their quest to the NCAA National Championships as they head to Athens, Ga., for the regional competition for the 30th consecutive season.
The fields for the NCAA Regional Women's Gymnastics Championships were announced this afternoon and Arizona gymnastics will continue their quest to the NCAA National Championships as they head to Athens, Ga., for the regional competition for the 30th consecutive season. The Wildcats will compete on Saturday, April 2 at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET.
The Arizona women's gymnastics team finished second in the first session of the Pac-12 Championships and sixth overall on Saturday, March 19 with a score of 195.575.