An exceptional double-meet weekend at home led SEMO to the top of the USAG standings, joining Lindenwood and Texas Woman’s in the 195-plus club. Things are very close between these three in the NQS rankings, especially because Lindenwood has the lowest fourth score of the three teams and thus can gain the most with a good week next week. Air Force also got a season high, Lindenwood and Texas Woman’s both had a meet to forget and Centenary returned to form on Sunday after challenges on Friday.
Routine of the Week
Anna Kaziska (SEMO) FX- 9.925
Junior Kaziska hit her stride this weekend, contributing meet-winning 9.875s on both beam and floor to SEMO’s season high on Friday before setting a career high on floor on Sunday. Her 9.925 is seventh in program history on this event. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find video.
Stick of the Week
Aleah Leman (Lindenwood) VT – 9.925
(You can trust me that this was a true, emphatic stick even though Cody Llewellyn’s head is obscuring her feet in the video!)
Vault has been a strength for Lindenwood this year, and senior Leman was able to take advantage of the big stage at Oklahoma to stick her Yurchenko full and produce a career high 9.925.
|Anna Kaziska||S.E. Missouri||FX||9.925|
|Anna Kaziska||S.E. Missouri||BB||9.875|
|Anna Kaziska||S.E. Missouri||FX||9.875|
|Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso||S.E. Missouri||FX||9.875|
|Briona Carswell||Air Force||BB||9.850|
|Alana Fischer||S.E. Missouri||BB||9.850|
|Jordan Jones||S.E. Missouri||FX||9.850|
Click and expand the events below to see results, recaps and even links to watch archived broadcasts.
Centenary and Illinois State at SEMO
Denver, Lindenwood and Texas Woman’s at Oklahoma
Centenary at SEMO
Arizona and Texas Woman’s at Air Force
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Article by Rebecca Scally
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