Utah Utes gymnast Georgia Dabritz continued her haul of individual honors on Tuesday, March 25 when she and two Utes teammates were named first-team All-Americans by the National Association of College Gymnastics Coaches for Women.
Dabritz, a junior from Newburyport, Mass., has yet to win a national title in three years at Utah but finished as a runner-up last year on uneven bars at the NCAA Championships. She was named a first-team All-America on uneven bars and floor -- marking the eighth time she has received such honor in her career.
Dabritz also scored a perfect 10 at the Pac-12 Championships in uneven bars, making her a threat to take the individual title at the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Joining her as first-team All-Americans were junior Tory Wilson and sophomore Kailah Delaney on vault. Wilson has now been named a first-team All-America five times in her career -- while Delaney has received the honor twice.
Dabritz and Wilson also picked up second-team honors on vault (for Dabritz) and all-around (for Wilson). Senior Nansy Damianova earned multiple second-team awards on bars and floor and so did junior Becky Tutka on floor.
Utah Utes gymnastics team was also given the No. 1 seed going into the NCAA Regional in Fayetteville, Ark., which begin soon.