2016 Season Updates (Week 1-5)

2016 Season:

WEEK FIVE:
Week Five Update
Week 5 Honors Announcement
WEEK FOUR:
Week Four Update
Week 4 Honors Announcement
WEEK THREE:
Week Three Update
Week 3 Honors Announcement
WEEK TWO:
Week Two Update
Week 2 Honors Announcement
WEEK ONE:
Week One Update
Week 1 Honors Announcement
SEASON PREVIEW:
2016 Pre-Season Poll
2016 EAGL Gymnastics Preview (10/15/15)

GW Tops 2016 Pre-Season Poll (December 8th, 2016)

2016 Pre-Season Poll

2015 EAGL Gymnastics Season In Review

2015 EAGL Championships Results

2015 EAGL Annual Awards Announcement

2015 First and Second Team All-EAGL Announcement

2015 First and Second Team All-EAGL Announcement

2015 SEASON:

WEEK TEN ACTION:
EAGL Week Ten Honors Announcement
WEEK TEN RELEASE

WEEK NINE ACTION:
EAGL Week Nine Honors Announcement
WEEK NINE RELEASE

WEEK EIGHT ACTION:
EAGL Week Eight Honors Announcement
WEEK EIGHT RELEASE

WEEK SEVEN ACTION:
EAGL Week Seven Honors Announcement
WEEK SEVEN RELEASE

WEEK SIX ACTION:
EAGL Week Six Honors Announcement
WEEK SIX RELEASE

WEEK FIVE ACTION:
EAGL Week Five Honors Announcement
WEEK FIVE RELEASE

WEEK FOUR ACTION:
EAGL Week Four Honors Announcement
WEEK FOUR RELEASE

WEEK THREE ACTION:
EAGL Week Three Honors Announcement
WEEK THREE RELEASE

WEEK TWO ACTION:
EAGL Week Two Honors Announcement
WEEKLY UPDATE #2

WEEK ONE ACTION:
EAGL Week One Honors Announcement
WEEKLY UPDATE #1

2016 EAGL Gymnastics Preview (10/15/15)

2016 EAGL Gymnastics Preview (10/15/15)

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 Carolina took third place with 193.650 followed by William & Mary in fourth with 192.650.

Team scores for the Colonials included 49.00 on vault, 48.60 on uneven bars, 47.95 on balance beam and 48.20 on floor exercise.

Raineri extended her streak of first-place finishes on vault to six consecutive meets by scoring a 9.875 to tie for first place with NC State’s Brittni Watkins. It marks the fourth time this season out of six routines that she has scored 9.875 or better. She also scored 9.75 on uneven bars (t-9th), 9.050 on balance beam (23rd), 9.825 on floor exercise (t-4th) and 38.50 in the all-around (6th).

The Colonials had three gymnasts place in the top four on vault. In addition to Raineri, freshman Alex DeMourafinished in third with a season-high 9.85 and graduate student Kayla Carto tied for fourth place with a career-high 9.825.

DeMoura also scored a season-high on floor exercise, finishing in sixth place with a 9.80. She was joined in the top-10 on the event by Carto, who scored 9.70 in eighth place.

Senior Kiera Kenney finished tied for fifth place on uneven bars with a season-high 9.775 and also finished in a four-way tie for ninth place on balance beam with a season-high 9.775 along with classmate Betsy Zander.

The Colonials return to action on Friday night with a road trip to visit Missouri. Meet time is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET from Hearnes Center.