UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. \u2014 The WVU gymnastics team closed its season with a sixth place, 194.4 showing at the NCAA University Park regional April 7.\r\nFlorida finished first (197.725) and Washington second (196.275). The two earned the region\u2019s bids to the NCAA meet.\r\nArizona State finished third (195.75), New Hampshire fourth (194.95) and Penn State fifth (194.9).\r\nThe Mountaineers\u2019 best showing came in floor exercise, a 49.0, the third-best showing of the meet. WVU also tallied marks of 48.75 on vault, 48.45 on uneven bars and 48.2 on balance beam.\r\nJunior Jaquie Tun paced WVU on the uneven bars and finished 21st (9.75). Junior Carly Galpin led the team on the balance beam and finished 13th (9.8).\r\nFour Mountaineers scored 9.8 or better on floor exercise, including a team-best 9.85 from sophomore Abby Kaufman, good for seventh.\r\nWVU concluded the meet with a 48.75 showing on vault. Zaakira Muhammad earned the team\u2019s best individual finish of the day, a 9.9 that tied for third.\r\nTwo Mountaineers competed in the all-around. Muhammad finished 11th (38.65) and Kaufman placed 13th (38.55).\r\nWVU Associate Athletic Director\/Facilities & Operations and team administrator April Messerly was named the NCAA Southeast Region co-Administrator of the Year.\r\nROWING\r\nNORFOLK, Va. \u2014 The Mountaineers faced adverse weather conditions as well as Oklahoma and Texas in the second annual Big 12 Double Duals.\r\nWVU\u2019s varsity eight lost both races to the Longhorns, 6:46.41 to 7:11.08 and 6:52.70 to 7:27.69. Texas also won the varsity four, second varsity four (due to a scratch by WVU) and third varsity eight races to end the first session of the day.\r\nWith the weather conditions worsening, WVU faced Oklahoma in the second session. O.U.\u2019s varsity eight crossed the line at 6:35.74, ahead of the Mountaineers (6:53.13). In the second varsity eight race, the Mountaineers fell to the Sooners, who crossed the finish line in 7:12.60, 30 seconds ahead of WVU.\r\nDue to the bad weather and worsening racing conditions, the varsity four and third varsity eight races were canceled.\r\nToday\u2019s scheduled scrimmage against Old Dominion also was canceled.\r\nWOMEN'S SOCCER\r\nDue to wintry weather, Saturday\u2019s scrimmage against Duquesne at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium was postponed.