RQS is based on a team’s six best regular season scores, three of which must be away. The overall high score is eliminated, and the five remaining scores are averaged. RQS scores are used to determine seeding for regional competition at six campus sites on April 5.
OU remains in the nation’s top three on every event and are the only program in the nation to achieve the feat this week. The Sooners are No. 2 on balance beam (49.440), third on vault (49.500) and floor (49.515) and tied for third on bars (49.405).
Oklahoma will head east to Morgantown, W.Va., this weekend in pursuit of its 12th Big 12 title and sixth under head coach K.J. Kindler. The meet is set for 3 p.m. Saturday