Wurm, a 5-4 junior, will rotate with LSU and will be appearing as an all-around competitor for the second straight year, after placing second in the all-around with a total of 39.425 at the South Central Championships last Saturday in
Morgan, a 5-2 freshman, will make her NCAA Championships debut after qualifying as an all-arounder and will rotate with UCLA. In the South central Regional Championships, Morgan recorded a score of 39.275 to place tied for fourth overall. In individual events, she tied for second place on vault with a score of 9.800 and on beam with a 9.900. She shared ninth place on bars with a 9.775 and added a 9.750 on floor. On the season, Morgan won three vault titles, one beam title and one all-around title.
Holton, a 5-5 senior, is one of three individual event specialists who will compete at the NCAA Championships. She will participate in the third rotation with Washington's Chelsea Bakken and after Denver's beam event. She qualified individually on the balance beam for her career-best performance of 9.925 at the South Central Region Championships, which earned her the first individual beam title of her career. She is one of three individual event specialists that will compete at the NCAA Championships. On the season, Holton scored a 9.800 or higher in the event eight times, with eight Top-5 finishes. She was named to the All-Pac-10 on the balance beam and floor.
As a team,