UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi performs her final collegiate routine

Viral UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi was incredible in the final routine of her collegiate career

Viral UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi was incredible in the final routine of her collegiate career

The final routine of the championship was McKenna Kelley who may have performed her final routine in the purple and gold.

Katelyn Ohashi finished her final collegiate gymnastics routine appropriately, by dropping a pretend mic.

Ohashi burst onto the scene with an absurdly ideal - literally 10 of out 10 - floor routine at UCLA earlier this year.

In the lead-up to Ohashi's performance, UCLA tweeted a video of her and the school's gymnastics head coach, Valorie Kondos Field, at their last practice.

"Feeling the crowd and feeling my teammates and doing it, really for them, was so unbelievable", she added.

Here's a look at the outstanding finale to her college career at UCLA.

She came into the Finals as the lowest-scoring qualifier among the individual All-Around competitors, but became the first Gophers gymnast to earn First Team All-America honors in four different events at the NCAA Championships.

Ohashi's routine on Saturday ended with the gymnast pantomiming a mic drop, in what seems to be a fitting end to a collegiate career that has captured headlines and captivated social media.