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Friday, 11 March 2011 21:14

Men's: Penn State 342.5 vs. Puerto Rico

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Penn State defeated the Puerto Rico National Team in a meet held in San Juan. 

Link:  PSU Release

Friday, 11 March 2011 21:06

SEMO 191.25 at AU 195.625

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Auburn easily defeated SEMO to celebrate Senior Night by going 24 for 24.  Toi Garcia led off with a win for AU on VT.  Teammate Allyson Sandusky took the UB, while teammate Kylie Shields won the BB.  Senior Rachel Inniss won the FX. 

Link:  AU Release

The Gopher posted a season high in the tri-meet at club team host Brockport. 

Link:  Gopher Release

Friday, 11 March 2011 20:58

LSU 194.75 at Bama 196.95

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Bama rolled to a big win over LSU, 196.95 to 194.75.  Frosh Sarah DeMeo led Bama, winning the BB with a 9.95 and capturing the AA with a 39.35.  Classmate Diandra Milliner won the VT with a 9.975 and tied for the FX title with senior teammate Kayla Hoffman.  Geralen Stack Eaton won the UB for the Crimson Tide. 

Link:  LSU Release 

Friday, 11 March 2011 20:06

Kentucky 193.85 at W&M 192.5

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Phylicia Reshard won the AA (39.1), VT and tied for the FX title to lead her squad to the road win.  Teammate Andrea Mitchell won the UB and tied for the FX title with Reshard and teammate Jasmine Minion.  Storey Morris won the UB to complete the sweep. 

Link:  W&M Release

Friday, 11 March 2011 20:02

Rutgers 190.35, Yale 183.6 at Towson 193.4

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Towson's Avis Hixon won the VT and tied for the FX title with Rutgers' Danielle D'Elia.  Teammate Alexa Davis won the UB while another teammate, Kacy Catanzaro, won BB.  Rutgers' Alexis GUnzelman won the AA with a 38.325. 

Link:  Rutgers Release

Friday, 11 March 2011 19:59

Maryland 195.75 at GWU 193.975

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Maryland was led by Abigail Adams, who won the UB, BB and AA (39.35).  Teammates Kelsey Cofsky, Kyra Phillips and Ally Krikorian tied for the VT title.  GWU's Leslie Delima celebrated Senior Night with a win on the FX with a career-high score. 

Link:  GWU Release and Video Highlights

Friday, 11 March 2011 19:44

MSU 194.8 at OU 196.875

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Oklahoma clinched a 15-0 regular season record with a win over MSU.  Natasha Kelley led OU, winning the BB and tying for 1st on FX with teammate Kayla Nowak.  Teammate Megan Ferguson won the FX.  Three Sooners tied for the VT title:  Madison Mooring, Melanie Root and Sara Stone.

Link:  OU Release

Friday, 11 March 2011 18:49

WMU 194.025 at Ball State 192.575

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WMU defeated host Ball State 194.025 to 192.575.  WMU's Caroline O'Brien won the UB and teammate Kelsey Turnquist won the BB to lead the Broncos to victory.  Ball State's Brittney Emmons won the AA with a 39.025, and picked up wins on the VT and FX (tied with teammate Aftyn Siemer). 
Thursday, 10 March 2011 20:23

2011-2012: Lynn to Temple

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Michelle Lynn (Spirit Gymnastics/North Wales, PA) has committed to attend Temple University for the 2011-2012 season, according to her recruiting service.   She was the 2009 Level 9 Pennsylvania State and Region 7 vaulting champion.  In 2011, Lynn recently won the all around at The Maryland Judge's Cup and placed 1st on vault at The Parkette Invitational.
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 23:49

Towson 191.95 at William and Mary 190.875

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Towson posted a 191.95 to defeat W&M on Wednesday night.  Kacy Catanzaro of Towson won the VT, UB and BB to lead the Tigers.  Teammate Avis Hixon added a win on FX.  W&M's Melissa Cream won the AA.

Link:  W&M Release

Friday, 18 March 2011 10:31

2011-12: Lau to LSU *Updated*

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Randi Lau, a former elite from Kokokahi Gymnastics in Hawaii, has committed to LSU.  The former Jr. National Team member placed 19th AA at the 2009 American Classic and 8th AA at the 2008 US Nationals.  She will graduate early and compete for LSU in 2012.  At the recent Region 2 L10 Regionals, she placed 3rd AA and 1st on BB in the Senior B division. 

Personal Web Page and LSU Release

Wednesday, 09 March 2011 16:15

Wilson to Utah

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Tory Wilson, a L10 at Gold Cup in New Mexico, has committed to Utah, according to a brief article at the USA Gymnastics website.  This season, Wilson placed 1st AA at the ConocoPhillips meet, the Gold Cup, the Winter Fiesta, Chicago Style, and Spirit of the Flame, and she picked up many inidividual event wins throughout the season.  She qualified for and competed in the 2011 Liukin Supergirl Cup, placing 18th.  Wilson placed 9th AA, 6th on UB, 7th(t) on FX and 10th(t) on VT at the 2010 L10 Nationals, Junior D. 

The short profile indicates she is a senior this year, which would place her one year ahead of her normal graduation date.

Link: Channel

Wednesday, 09 March 2011 13:38

2012-13 Dunn to Ohio State

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Maggie Dunn, L10 at Brestyan's in Massachusetts, has committed to Ohio State for the 2012-13 season.  This season she finished 2nd AA (1st BB) at the Pilgrim Invite, 2nd AA at the COTC and 3rd AA (1st BB) at the WOGA Classic.  In 2010 she finished 1st AA (1st V/UB/BB) at her state meet, 1st AA (1st V/BB/FX) at her regional meet and 9th AA at JOs.


Tuesday, 08 March 2011 22:57

CMU Welcomes Five for 2010-2011

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CMU welcomes five athletes for 2011-2012:  Tori Garcia, Preslee Harrald, Halle Moraw, Taylor Noonan, and Rachel York.  The commits of Harrald, Moraw, and York were covered previously.

Garcia is a L10 who trains at IGI.  As a L9 in 2009, she was 5th on BB and 18th AA at the Level 9 Eastern Nationals.   Link: Video Channel

Noonan is a L10 who trains a the Colorado Gymnastics Institute.  At the 2009 Region III L10 Regionals, she was 18th AA.    Link:  Recruiting Video

Tuesday, 08 March 2011 08:21

Men's National Rankings for the Week of March 7th

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Stanford takes over the top spot in the GymInfo Men's National Ranking for the week of March 7th.  OU' Steve Legendre remains the leader in the AA and on the FX.  Illinois' Daniel Ribeiro is the top PH worker, while Ohio State's Brandon Wynn is the top ring man.  OU's Jake Dalton, off this weekend at the American Cup, holds the top spot on VT.  Stanford's Ryan Lieberman leads the PB while Illinois' Paul Ruggeri still holds the top spot on HB (but is out for the year).   


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