Skinner did win the Pac-12 Championship individual title, which the Utes didn't join until 2012, and that competition garnered her titles in the all-around, vault and floor.
Skinner had a solid meet on Saturday, scoring 9.8875 on vault, 9.85 on the bars, 9.8875 on beam and 9.925 on floor.
She finished the year hitting every routine, going 56 of 56.
"What she has done this year is unbelievable," Utah co-coach Tom Farden said.
Rowe also shines
While Skinner's performance garnered most of the attention, Utah senior Baely Rowe's effort is noteworthy, too.
She earned first-team All-America honors on the floor and second-team recognition in the all-around, bringing her total All-America honors to six. Utah's lone senior, Rowe has been a part of three Pac-12 championship teams (2014, 2015, 2017) and four NCAA qualifying teams, with the highest finish coming in 2015 when the Utes finished second.
Only three gymnasts earned 10.0s in the two-day competition
Oklahoma's Maggie Nichols earned one on the balance beam to help her team post a 49.7 team total, and UCLA's Peng-Peng Lee earned one on the same event to help the Bruins score 49.4875. Alex McMurtry, who won the all-around title, earned a perfect score on the uneven bars.
The Utes' most surprising missed routine came from Rowe on the balance beam where the senior fell in her last collegiate routine. It was the first fall of the year on the event for Rowe, who was ranked 13th at the end of the season on the event.