The Oklahoma women's gymnastics team has claimed the title at the 2017 NCAA Championships - the 56th overall team national championship in Big 12 history.
Oklahoma is headed back to the Super Six, following a first place finish in Semifinal I action. On their way for a chance at a second consecutive national title, Nicole Lehrmann and Maggie Nichols were named NCAA National Champions.
The Big 12 has announced its 2017 Winter Scholar-Athletes of the Year. The student-athletes have been selected as winners for their respective sports based on the votes of each sport's head coaches.
Fifty percent of conference teams will be represented in the NCAA Gymnastics Championships in St. Louis, Mo. on April 14 and 15.
Oklahoma earned its sixth straight and 10th overall Big 12 Gymnastics Championship title after recording 197.375 points. Maggie Nichols (OU) notched the first perfect score on vault in meet history on the Sooner's way to victory.
The Big 12 Gymnastics Championship returns tomorrow, March 18 to Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, Texas. Competition is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. CT.
The Big 12 Conference has announced the 2017 All-Big 12 Gymnastics Team, which includes the top three conference gymnasts with the highest regional qualifying score (RQS) in each event and two all-around competitors.
Twenty-nine student-athletes have been named to the 2017 Academic All-Big 12 Gymnastics Team.
Maddie Karr (DU), AJ Jackson (OU) and Maggie Nichols (OU) receive weekly award nods following the final week of regular season competition.
Two perfect scores along with a 9.9 led Chayse Capps (OU), Leah Lomonte (DU) and Maggie Nichols (OU) to Big 12 gymnastics honors.
Sixty-three student-athletes have been awarded the 2017 Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, the Big 12 Conference's highest academic honor.
Oklahoma's Chayse Capps, McKenzie Wofford and Jade Degouveia record this week's honors after helping the Sooners to a 2-0 weekend.