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UCLA qualifies for NCAA women's gymnastics team final

April 19, 2013|By Diane Pucin
  • Georgia's Brandie Jay competes in the floor exercise at the NCAA women's gymnastics championship Friday at Pauley Pavilion
Georgia's Brandie Jay competes in the floor exercise at the NCAA women's… (Reed Saxon / Associated…)

With a season-best performance on the vault and a steady finish on the uneven bars Friday, UCLA qualified for the NCAA women's gymnastics team finals.

Joining the Bruins in the six-team finals Saturday will be Florida, Georgia, LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma.

The Bruins tied with Oklahoma for second place in the evening semifinals with a score of 197.200 points.

Alabama won the evening semifinals with a score of 197.350 to join three other Southeastern Conference representatives in the finals.

Florida won the afternoon semifinals with Louisiana State and Georgia qualifying as finalists by finishing second and third.

Stanford finished sixth in the afternoon semifinals, behind Minnesota and Illinois.

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