FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas’ gymnastics team is No. 8 in this week’s national rankings, which were released on Monday.
The Razorbacks, who are coming off a 196.200-196.200 tie with No. 11 LSU, have been ranked in the top 10 all season.
Arkansas is on the road this week, traveling to Washington for an 8 p.m. meet on Friday.
The Razorbacks are No. 4 in the country on beam, tied for No. 7 on bars, No. 9 on vault and No. 11 on floor.
Individually, senior All-American Casey Jo Magee is No. 2 in the nation in the all-around while sophomore All-American Jaime Pisani is No. 8.
On vault, Pisani is tied for No. 7 and Magee tied for No. 25. On bars, Magee is tied for No. 12. On beam, Magee is tied for No. 2 and senior All-American Sarah Nagashima is tied for No. 13. On floor, Pisani is tied for No. 9.
In the South Central Regional rankings, Arkansas is No. 2 overall. In the individual events, the Razorbacks are No. 2 on bars and beam, No. 3 on vault and No. 4 on floor.
Individually in the all-around, Magee is No. 1, Pisani No. 2 and Nagashima No. 11.
On vault, Pisani is No. 2, Magee No. 6, freshman Kelci Lewis tied for No. 15 and freshman Amanda Siebert No. 17. On bars, Magee is tied for No. 3, Nagashima is tied for No. 9 and Pisani is No. 11. On beam, Magee is tied for No. 2, Nagashima is tied for No. 5, Pisani is No. 13 and junior Stacy Bartlett is tied for No. 14. On floor, Pisani is tied for No. 2, Magee is No. 11 and Lewis is No. 14.
Following the meet at Washington, Arkansas is at Minnesota before returning home for consecutive home meets against Pittsburgh and Oklahoma on March 12 and March 19, respectively.