STATE MEETS ARE COMPLETE ~ WELL DONE HOST SITES AND THANK YOU TO MEET DIRECTORS AND ALL THE WONDERFUL PARENT GROUPS THAT COORDINATED AND HELPED MAKE THE WEEKENDS SUCH A GREAT SUCCESS!


ATTENTION CLUBS:

If your club is interested in submitting a bid for next season to host a MAGA State Divisional weekend.
Please submit your bid ASAP. We are still looking for sites!
Cut off date was March 1st...we need to extend the deadline to 3/31/2015 to accept more bids.
This is a great opportunity to raise money for new equipment or other items for your program.

The divisional 2015 placing are posted below:



MAGA DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS:


~  results March 15, 2015 Host site: Owatonna, MN
DIVISION 1
1 Toblers Joy 145.650
2 Kenwood Elite 144.700
3 K&G Ocean Blitz 144.550
4 MAGS Avalanche 143.700
5 Willmar Wings 142.800
6 RiverCity Dynamos 140.250
7 PremierComplexIce 134.250
8 SEGA Blue Devils 133.525

~  results March 14, 2015 Host site: Owatonna, MN
DIVISION 2
1 Jon Anstett Gymnastics - Purple 136.925
2 MAGS Storm 133.225
3 Owatonna Gems 132.900
4 JAGS 1 - Monticello 132.700
5 Fairbault Flairs 131.900
6 KAATS Team1 131.800
7 River Falls Stars 130.575
8 Willimar Wings 2 127.575

~  results March 14, 2015 Host site: Owatonna, MN
DIVISION 3
1 Toblers Courage 133.025
2 MMGA Saltos 132.050
3 K&G Onyx Blitz 132.000
4 Brainerd Elites 131.650
5 Watertown Kips Blue 130.950
6 Kenwood Extreme 130.350
7 Rosemount Leprach 129.825
8 Highland Dragons 128.375

~ results March 8, 2015 Host site: JAGS - Monticello MN
DIVISION 4
1 Woodbury Flyin' Lionesses 128.450
2 Farmington Falcons 128.200
3 Junior Tigers 127.925
4 Jr. Bulldogs 127.875
5 River City Dynamo's 2 127.200
6 Premier Complex Fire 126.825
7 Wolf Den Blackwolves 126.575
8 MAGS Blizzard 124.075

~ results March 7, 2015 Host site: JAGS - Monticello MN
DIVISION 5
1 Northfield Blue 131.700
2 Austin Angels 129.750
3 Minnetonka 128.725
4 New Prague Twists 126.475
5 New Hope Tumblers 124.250
6 Big Lakes 123.750
7 Sartell Sapphire 122.950
8 River Falls Rockets 121.175

~ results March 7, 2015 Host site: JAGS - Monticello MN
DIVISION 6
1 Tobler Peace 129.200
2 Northfield Silver 128.850
3 Owatonna Jewels 124.075
4 SWAGS Saltos 122.650
6 New Prague Summie 120.900
5 Huskies Achievers 120.900
7 Fairbault Flips 119.925
8 Lakeville Sparks 119.200

 ~ results March 1st, 2015 Host site: Rockford Rockets - Rockford MN
DIVISION 7
1 Brainerd Elites 2 122.775
2 JAGS 2 - Monticello 121.075
3 New Elm - Diamonds 120.050
4 Fergus Falls 119.085
5 St. Cloud JTG2 117.200
6 MAGS Earthquakes 117.075
7 Farmington Grizzlies 116.275
8 MMGA Aerials 116.150

 ~ results Feb 28th, 2015 Host site: Rockford MN
DIVISION 8
1 Jon Anstett Gymnastics/Green 120.850
2 PineIsland KAATS 2 119.700
3 St Paul Saltos 119.275
4 Golden Knights 119.050
5 Kenwood Acros 118.950
6 K&G Silver Blitz 118.875
7 Highland Dragons 116.425
8 Glenco PP Twister 116.150

 ~ results Feb 28th, 2015 Host site Rockford MN
DIVISION 9
1 Delano Diamonds 1 114.125
2 MCA Supernovas 113.975
3 Famington Cobras 113.775
4 K&G Crystal Blitz 113.475
5 SEGA Aerials 112.425
6 Sartell Sapphire 111.250
7 Redwood Falls Mystic 109.400
8 Wolfden White Wolves 107.800

DIVISION 10
1 Jon Anstett Gymnastics - White 119.950
2 Flips 116.150
3 Rockford Rockets 115.500
4 River City Dynam 114.650
5 Woodbury 114.400
6 MAGS Fire 114.100
7 Owatonna Twister 113.750
8 Huskies Believer 113.650
9 Minnetonka 113.400
10 Northfield Black 113.300
11 Frazee 31.150 112.750
12 Waseca Storm 3 110.350


 

Our Founding Fathers

Rob Esse - Willmar, John Evans - Northfield, Craig Sundberg - New Prague, Mike Taylor - Faribault, Scott Young - St. Louis Park

In 1982, out of the ashes of the old Minnesota Independent League, five clubs got together at Young's Gymnastics Academy in St. Louis Park to form the Minnesota Amateur Gymnastics Association, a few years later, renamed to the "Midwest" Amateur Gymnastics Association to reflect the number of teams from all over the upper Midwest that were involved.

A thank you and a tribute to the "Founding Fathers" who had the foresight to create an organization that would last a benefit thousands of young athletes.

That first year, the above mentioned clubs competed 6 teams at the "State" meet. in 2012 MAGA had 57 clubs and 119 teams competing in both women's and men's gymnastics with 1068 registered athletes

This program promotes fair competition in a no pressure fun for the gymnast atmosphere. The goal of MAGA is to help prepare participants for high school gymnastics. For more information see our Policy and Rules Section.