Alaska, San Jose State and Texas Woman’s at Sacramento State


Full Results San Jose State: 196.025 Texas Woman’s: 195.425 Sacramento State: 194.850 Alaska: 192.000
VT: Lopes 9.925 UB: Macpherson 9.875 BB: Koeth 9.875 FX: Kelperis 9.875 AA: Lopes 39.350

The Big Storyline: San Jose State continued its amazing season, posting another score over 196. Even with the beam lineup not performing to its potential, the Spartans were able to put together a countable score for NQS. Texas Woman’s put together a season high performance of its own, partially thanks to a trio of 9.875s from Steelie King, Daisy Woodring and Madeline Gose. The Pioneers’ 49.100 was the teams best this year, and bars was much improved. Isabel Goyco, who is mostly known for her floor performances, led the team on uneven bars this week. Unfortunately, Sacramento State counted a fall on beam, so the Hornets couldn’t quite stay in the race. Despite counting mistakes on beam and floor, Alaska posted its second highest team score of the season. Inconsistency continues to be an issue for the Seawolves. Of note, Mackenzie Robinson was missing from the lineups this week for Alaska. She typically contributes on two or three events. 

Implications: The Pioneers’ season high score was with counting a lower beam score. TWU still has room to grow even after posting one of the highest scores in the USAG this season. Madeline Gose is definitely starting to hit her stride again this season, sticking her Yurchenko full for a new career high. TWU will move up tentatively up to the second position among USAG teams. The Pioneers are only behind conference foe Lindenwood who posted two consecutive 194s on Friday and Sunday. TWU is pushing its way into the conference title talk, peaking at just the right time. However, the Pioneers will have to fend off the surging Illinois State Redbirds and their duo of 9.9-plus vaulters. 

Records: Several Pioneers posted new career highs, including Madeline Gose’s 9.875 on vault and Emily Six’s 9.775 on beam.

The event is finished.


Feb 18 2022


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