Maggie Nichols warms up for her floor routine. The Sooners' gymnast is one of nine NCAA gymnasts to earn a perfect 10 on all four events.
The Bruins congratulate senior Napualani Hall's 9.95 vault.
Keeping perfect form, such as pointed toes and straight legs, is critical to a high bar score like freshman Nia Dennis' 9.8.
Junior Katelyn Ohashi's fall on bars resulted in deductions to a 9.075.
Sophomore Kyla Ross' release earned her a 9.925 on bars.
Redshirt senior Christine Peng-Peng Lee earned 9.9 with her bar routine.
Coach Valorie Kondos Field adorns a teal ribbon and wristband to support sexual abuse victims.
Oklahoma gymnast AJ Jackson earned 9.825 on floor.
Ohashi started her 9.925 beam routine with a handstand into leg split.
This meet was sophomore Madison Kocian's first meet back after a shoulder injury in August.
Peng-Peng Lee earned a 10 on beam, opening with her signature Thomas Flair at full leg separation.
Sophomore Felicia Hano's floor routine added another perfect 10 to the Bruins' overall score.
Peng-Peng Lee and senior JaNay Honest dance during the floor routines.
Ohashi successfully completes her final tumbling pass, a combination of a roundoff onto two back flips and a split.
Following Hano's perfect 10, Ohashi added another 10 to the Bruin's team score.
Freshman Pauline Tratz's final floor routine resulted in a 9.925, but the Bruins were unable to clinch the meet.
The Bruins and Sooners wore teal and "Together We Rise" shirts to honor the women who have spoken out against sexual abuse in the gymnastics world.
Assistant coach Jordyn Wieber, Sooner Nichols and former Bruin gymnasts Jamie Dantzscher, Jeanette Antolin and Mattie Larson were all honored as survivors of sexual abuse.
The gymnasts held hands at the close of the meet, standing in solidarity against sexual abuse.