The NCGA also named the association’s coach of the year and outstanding senior at the meet. The top six finishers (including ties) on each apparatus earned All-American honors while places six through twelve earned second team All-American status.
Weniger closed out her collegiate career by winning the floor exercise in a three-way tie with Ursinus’ Kira Oldham-Curtis (Jr., Eugene, Ore.) and Naomi DeLara (So., Kahului, Hawaii) of UW-Stout. The trio each score a 9.750.
The vault championship went to MIT senior Julia Zimmerman (Chicago, Ill.), who had collected the all-around title the night before. She scored a 9.775 to eclipse UW-La Crosse’s Gabi Hooper’s (Jr., New Brighton, Minn.) score of 9.725. Weniger finished third with a score of 9.550.
UW-Whitewater’s Ashley George (Sr., East Dubuque, Ill.) won the uneven parallel bars competition with a score of 9.750. Ithaca College’s Jessica Bolduc (Fy., Darien, Conn.) and Zimmerman tied for second with a 9.650.
On the balance beam, Alyssa Neely (Jr., Allentown, Pa.) from SUNY-Cortland won the championship with a score of 9.600. Melissa Baudhuin (So., Oshkosh, Wis.) from Winona State University and Zimmerman tied for second with a 9.575.
Alisha Anderson (White Bear Lake, Minn.) of Hamline also competed in the finals of the beam, scoring an 8.600 and finishing 14th.
UW-Whitewater head coach Jennifer White was named the NCGA coach of the year after leading the Warhawks to a third place finish in Friday’s team competition.
MIT all-arounder Julia Zimmerman (Chicago, Ill.) was named the NCGA outstanding senior. In her career with the Engineers, Zimmerman became only the second woman to win the national all-around title twice (2007, 2009). She was also a 12-time All-American and was the MIT female scholar-athlete of the year in 2007 and 2008.