Gymnastics

My Favorite Five 2015 NCAA Women’s Leos

The 2015 NCAA Women’s Gym season is over. Congratulations to Florida on its 3-peat! The season had some great gymnastics, of course, but I want to focus on the leotards, which have become as much of a show as the skills themselves. These are my favorite 5 from the season. They’re not presented in a particular order. My favorite NCAA team is Alabama, so of course one of their leos makes my list. This leo was debuted at the very end of the season during Super Six competition.

Lauren Beers Performs on Beam at the 2015 NCAA Championships
Lauren Beers Performs on Beam at the 2015 NCAA Championships (Photo Credit: Christy Ann Linder Photography)
Another one of my favorites was debuted in postseason competition: Kentucky‘s SEC Championship leo. I saw this one in person, and like many others, it was even more gorgeous in person than it appears to be in photos or on video.

UK SEC Champs - Puryear - by Jack Lewis
Taylor Puryear of Kentucky on Floor at the 2015 SEC Championships. (Photo Credit: Jack Lewis, UK)
My third favorite is the “Mardi Gras” leo worn by who else but LSU.

LSU Mardi Gras Leo - Hambrick - by Chris Parent
Myia Hambrick Performs on Beam During a Meet vs Florida (Photo Credit: Chris Parent, LSU)
Number four was worn by North Carolina during the season. That shade of blue is one of the prettiest colors anywhere.

UNC - Haley Watts
Haley Watts Performs for UNC During the 2015 NCAA WGym Season (Photo Credit: Jeffrey Camarati)
Last but not least is Oregon State. This leo shows that simple can be oh so beautiful.

OSU - Gardiner
Madeline Gardiner Performs Her Beam Mount During the 2015 NCAA WGym Season (Photo Credit: Oregon State Gymnastics Facebook Page)
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