Senior Megan Ferguson garnered First Team honors on both beam and floor, claiming the top spot on beam with a 9.95 and sharing part of the crown on floor with a 9.900. The Big 12 Event Specialist of the Year is ranked No. 1 in the country on beam and has posted a 9.900 or better in nine of her 15 routines on the apparatus this season.
Senior Sara Stone tallied a first team distinction on beam with a 9.900 while junior Brie Olson was a first team All-American on bars after recording a 9.900.
The three Soooners join Missouri's Updike in Sunday's Individual Event Finals. With a 9.875 on floor, Updike became the second freshman in MU program history to earn All-America honors at the NCAA Championships. The Olathe, Kan.-native tied for fourth in the event while also tying for 13th on vault. She took a share of 16th place on beam and finished 40th on bars.
The third-seeded Oklahoma women's gymnastics team finished fourth in the first semifinal of the 2012 NCAA Championship.
The Sooners missed their third-straight NCAA Super Six appearance by just .200 points, as OU finished behind No. 2 UCLA (197.400), No. 7 Utah (197.200) and No. 10 Stanford (197.125).
Individual Event Finals begins at 12 p.m. CT Sunday. The competition will be aired live on espn3.com.