Utah State's Brianna Brooks earns North Central Region Gymnast of the Year for the second consecutive season, with assistant coaches Robert Ladanyi, Rachel Slocum, and Daniel Barclay also honored. Brooks, a senior from Las Vegas, will compete on bars at the NCAA Regional Championships in Berkeley, California, concluding her collegiate career. Ladanyi, Slocum, and Barclay, in their first and second seasons at Utah State, contributed to the team achieving over 196.000 three times this year.

By the Numbers
  • Brianna Brooks averaged 9.852 on bars in 2024, ranking fourth all-time in school history.
  • Utah State concluded the season with a National Qualifying Score (NQS) of 195.835, ranking eighth in the North Central Region and 45th in the nation.
State of Play
  • Brianna Brooks will compete in the NCAA Regional Championships in Berkeley, California, marking the end of her collegiate career.
  • The coaching staff's efforts led Utah State to achieve over 196.000 three times this year, including a season-best of 196.500 at the Mountain West Championships.
What's Next

Brianna Brooks will conclude her collegiate career by competing at the NCAA Regional Championships in Berkeley, California.

Bottom Line

Utah State's Brianna Brooks and the coaching staff's recognition reflect the program's success and the dedication of the team to excel in collegiate gymnastics.