Brockport and Ithaca at Cortland
|Full Results||Brockport: 190.700||Ithaca: 189.775||Cortland: 184.650|
|VT: Schumacher 9.825||UB: Kyriakopoulos 9.650||BB: Pecoraro, Galioto 9.725||FX: Castellaneta 9.825||AA: Cohen 37.525|
The Big Storyline: In a still peaking NCGA-East conference, Cortland set new season highs for the overall team score as well as on beam and floor, as Kamyryn Rodriguez lead the Red Dragons. The Bombers found themselves back in their groove, with a new season high on vault and bounced back on bars after a low 42.050 last week—although beam proves to continue to cause trouble. While Brockport hasn’t quite found the success it had earlier in the season with scores in the 192 range, it did tie its own season high on vault and threw up a new season high on floor by over two tenths. Consistency on bars is the biggest hurdle for the Golden Eagles at this time.
Implications: Brockport sits atop the NCGA and NCGA-East with UW-Whitewater a little under a point behind to add a little fuel to Brockport’s fire. The Bombers will continue its season in fifth place, just behind Brockport in the east. Cortland will stay situated between Rhode Island and Ursinus in what has proven to be a competitive conference.
Records: For Cortland, Gracie Gallagher set a new personal best of 9.475 on beam. Lucy De Michele scored a new high of 9.275 on vault and Zoe Potamianos notched a personal best of 9.550 on floor. Sydney Schumaker tied for a program and personal record on vault for Brockport with a 9.825.
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- Video: https://www.cortlandreddragons.com/sports/2019/8/15/BlueFramePage.aspx
- Scores: https://www.cortlandreddragons.com/sports/2019/1/7/womens-gymnastics-live-stats.aspx
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