Utah

The Utes are one of the most successful NCAA gymnastics programs, with 10 national titles, the most national championship appearances (40) and the highest attendance of any gymnastics and women’s sports teams across the country. Utah has averaged 14,000+ fans at every home meet since 2010, therefore becoming the first women’s team other than basketball to lead the nation in season attendance. Additionally, the Utes count 25 individual national champions among its alumni and have won 13 conference championships. Former standout gymnasts include Missy Marlowe, Megan Marsden, Theresa Kulikowski, Daria Bijak, Kristina Baskett, Ashley Postell and Georgia Dabritz.

Important Links

Roster

Past and future rosters

NameYearHometownClub GymSocial Media
Alexia BurchFrSparks, Nev.Flips USA GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Kari LeeJrPeoria, Ariz.Flames Gymnastics AcademyTwitter | Instagram
Tiffani LewisSrLas VegasBrown's GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Shannon McNattJrHoustonStars GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
MaKenna Merrell-GilesJrPleasant Grove, UtahAll-American GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Erika MuhawSrMontville, N.J.North Stars Gymnastics AcademyTwitter | Instagram
Missy ReinstadtlerSoBrick, N.J.North Stars Gymnastics AcademyTwitter | Instagram
Macey RobertsJrMcDonald, Tenn.Gymnastics Center of Chattanooga (UMD)Twitter | Instagram
Mykayla SkinnerSoGilbert, Ariz.Desert Lights GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Sydney SoloskiFrCalgary, AlbertaCalgary Gymnastics CentreTwitter | Instagram
Maddy StoverSrFullerton, Calif.Wildfire GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Kim TessenSoOrem, UtahAll-American GymnasticsTwitter | Instagram
Lauren WongFrSalt Lake CityUSA Gymnastics WorldTwitter | Instagram

Coaches

Megan Marsden | Co-Head Coach | Ninth (34rd) Season | Twitter 
Tom Farden | Co-Head Coach | Third (Eighth) Season | Twitter
Robert Ladanyi | Assistant Coach | First Season | TwitterInstagram
Carly Dockendorf | Volunteer Assistant Coach | First Season

Training Updates

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2016

2015