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  Vault Bars Beam Floor Total
 Oklahoma 49.375 49.400 49.175 49.425 197.375
 Stanford 49.425 48.975 49.225 49.175 196.800
 Washington 48.950 49.200 48.975 48.800 195.925
 Penn State 49.175 49.000 48.625 49.075 195.875
 Iowa 48.950 48.250 48.275 49.000 194.475
 Southern Utah 48.825 48.975 48.475 48.575 194.850

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 Regional Individual Champions
 Event  Gymnast  Score
 Vault  Ivana Hong (ST)  9.95
 Bars  Clark (OU), Spears (OU)  9.9
 Beam  Hong (ST), Spears (OU)  9.9
 Floor  Morgan, Olson, Scaman  9.9
 AA  Taylor Spears (OU) 39.525
 

 OU High Scores
 Event  Gymnast  Score
 Vault  Madison Mooring  9.925
 Bars  R. Clark, T. Spears  9.9
 Beam  Taylor Spears  9.9
 Floor  B. Olson, H. Scaman  9.9
 AA  Taylor Spears 39.525
 
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NORMAN, Okla. -- The No. 2 Oklahoma women’s gymnastics team won its fourth-consecutive NCAA Regional with a score of 197.375, besting Stanford (196.800), Washington (195.925), Penn State (195.875), Iowa (194.475) and Southern Utah (194.850) in front of 2,588 fans at the Lloyd Noble Center on Saturday.

Oklahoma will join Stanford in advancing to the NCAA Championships in Los Angeles April 19-21 on the campus of UCLA. The Championship will be the Sooners' 10th-straight appearance and 13th overall at gymnastics' final weekend in program history.

OU claimed six individual Regional titles, including Rebecca Clark and Taylor Spears as co-champions on bars, Spears a co-champion on beam, Brie Olson and Haley Scaman co-champions on floor and Spears as the all-around champion.

"It never gets old," said OU head coach K.J. Kindler, who was announced the South Central Region Coach of the Year following the meet. "This is our fourth-straight year of winning a regional, and I think it says a lot for how far our program has come and where we’re going."

Spears, the Big 12 Gymnast of the Year and Big 12 all-around champion, scored a 39.525 for her eighth all-around title this season.

“They [the crowd] were great," Spears said. "They were right there with us the whole time, cheering for every routine. To look up and just see them all cheering for you is a great feeling. They make us perform even better because we know that they love us, and we love them.”

OU registered its biggest score of the night on floor, ending the meet with a 49.425 to seal the first-place finish. Olson, competing in her final meet at home as a Sooner, scored a 9.9 before Scaman finished out OU's evening with another 9.9.

Oklahoma started on vault, which was highlighted by Madison Mooring's 9.925 on the Sooners' second routine. The score propelled OU to a 49.375 team score on the event. Freshman Maile'ana Kanewa, the Big 12 vault champion, added a 9.9 while Olson earned a 9.875.

Following a bye, Oklahoma competed on bars, posting a 49.400. Spears, the Big 12 event co-champion, and Clark tied for the team high with 9.9 scores. Erica Brewer and Olson were right behind, each scoring 9.875.

Spears, the top-ranked gymnast in the country on beam, scored a 9.9 for OU, which finished with a 49.175 team score. Mooring, Brewer and Lauren Alexander each scored 9.85, respectively.

In addition to Kindler's Coach of the Year award, Sooner assistant coaches Lou Ball and Tom Haley were named South Central Region Assistant Coaches of the Year while OU Associate Athletics Director Lindy Roberts was named Administrator of the Year for the region.

"I am very excited to be moving on to the National Championships and the next step," Kindler said. "We already talked after the meet. Our goal is to qualify for the Super Six, so tomorrow that will be the Super Six."

Official NCAA Championship seeds and session information will be released by the NCAA on Monday. Check SoonerSports.com for all the latest in OU's march to the title in Los Angeles.