LaFountain tied for fifth on the floor exercise, while Palladino tied for eighth on the balance beam.
An All-American for the first time, LaFountain saved her best routine for last in notching a career-best 9.825 to edge her previous personal record of 9.800 from the East Region championships. Springfield's Tali Twomey took home national champion honors with a 9.900, and Brockport's Candis Kowalik was second at 9.8750.
LaFountain was exceptional on the floor all season, recording at least a 9.600 in all but one meet and at least a 9.750 in six of them.
Palladino capped her phenomenal career with a third career All-America certificate on the beam. The Bears' co-captain, who finished 11th as a freshman and second as a sophomore, earned a 9.6750 – including a 9.75 from one judge – to just make the top-8 cut required for All-America status. The score was tied for the second-highest of the season for Palladino, who shared eighth place with Cortland's Bailey Gildemeyer.
Wisconsin-La Crosse's Sam Weyker nabbed individual champion honors with a 9.8250, with Wisconsin-Whitewater's Kate Mierow in second with a 9.7750.
A night after collecting All-America recognition with a seventh-place showing in the all-around competition, senior Heather Brubaker finished out her career by placing 15th on the vault with a 9.4250.