Monthly Archives: February 2014

GW Gymnastics Places Second at Sweetheart Invitational

RALEIGH, N.C. – Freshman Chelsea Raineri continued her vault dominance as the George Washington gymnastics team finished in second place out of four teams on Saturday night at the Sweetheart Invitational at Reynolds Coliseum. NC State won the meet with a team score of 196.050 with the Colonials following in second place with 193.750. North […]

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UNH Scores Season-High 195.575 in Tri-Meet Win

DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire gymnastics team scored a season-high 195.575 in defeating Brown University and Centenary College in Saturday’s Stick It for the Cure tri-meet at Lundholm Gymnasium. UNH eclipsed the 195.000 mark for the third straight meet to up its record 6-3 on the season. Brown (7-6) placed second with […]

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Terps Glide to Victory in Tri-Meet

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Maryland gymnastics team extended its undefeated record at home with victories over Bowling Green and Yale in a tri meet Saturday afternoon. The Terps posted a team score of 194.675. Bowling Green tallied 193.875 for second and Yale totaled 188.525. The Terps earned a quick lead after the first rotation […]

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Pitt Gymnastics Scores 194.125 on the Road at West Virginia

PITTSBURGH – The Pitt gymnastics team scored a 194.125 on the road Friday night at West Virginia after a shortened week. The Mountaineers recorded a 194.450, moving them to 5-4 overall and Pitt to 5-3. “It was such a close meet,” said head coach Debbie Yohman. “It was very hard work for the kids but […]

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GW Gymnastics Takes Third at West Virginia Tri-Meet

Courtesy of: Dan DiVeglio MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Freshman Chelsea Raineri earned a share of the vault title for the third consecutive meet as the George Washington gymnastics team finished in third place at Sunday’s tri-meet at the West Virginia University Coliseum against the host Mountaineers and Towson. West Virginia won the event with a team […]

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