Tara Lubert and Krista Phillips were named NCATA
all-Americans on Thursday.
Senior Tara Lubert, a two-time NCATA
all-American, and senior Sarah Moreno were a part of three of the four titles for the No.
Oregon's Tara Lubert, a part of a UO title team in the five-element toss in the acro portion of the meet, was named the first-ever NCATA
Most Outstanding Performer.
275, after an acro round that was third-best in the NCATA all season.
The NCATA championships are April 25-27 at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn.
It will be the last competitive tune-up for the UO before the NCATA
National Championship tournament in Hamden, Conn.
The additions would help offset the recent loss of Maryland's program to budget cuts, and bring the NCATA
up to eight teams.
Since joining the NCATA
in 2011, the Ducks have gone 19-1 and won both national championships.
UO coach Felecia Mulkey is the 2011 NCATA
Coach of the Year.
Oregon acrobatics and tumbling: The Ducks run the table during the season and won their second consecutive NCATA
National Championship, upending No.
With the win, the Ducks improved to 19-1 with two titles in the two seasons competing in the NCATA
6 Baylor in the semifinals of the NCATA
acrobatics and tumbling tournament semifinals on Friday night.