Ohio State University secured its 28th title with 93 team points. Rounding out the top-three spots was the University of the Incarnate Word in second with 88 points and Lindenwood University in third with 68.5 points.
Ponkratova was named to the All-Collegiate team, finishing third overall in the high-point category for Division-I. Ponkratova recorded a third-place finish in the A figures to capture the team's first bronze medal of the day, scoring a total of 79.159. In the solo competition, the sophomore placed fifth overall with a score of 85.9667.
DiSimone secured her first top-three finish at the Collegiate National Championships en route to a bronze-medal finish in the D figures off a score of
Both Ponkratova and junior Victoria Mintz received All-American honors for their contributions to the team's success throughout the regular and championship season. At the Collegiate Championships, the pair placed sixth in the duet category with a score of 84.3667.
To begin the finals portion of the Championships on Saturday, the Griffs had a pair of trios record top-ten finishes. The team of Ponkratova, Mintz and freshman Viktoria Mironova earned a score of 84.9667 to place fifth. The sophomore group of Melissa Andrews, Morgan Lebrecht, and Jessica Mancini came together to finish ninth with a point total of 79.8167.
In the team routine, the group of Andrews, DiSimone, senior Jessica Grogan, junior Olivia Hanlon, Lebrecht, Mancini, Mintz, and Mironova earned a score of 85.100 for the Griffs' fifth-place team finish.