Brockport, Cortland and Ithaca at Cornell


Full Results Brockport: 192.425 Cornell: 191.600 Ithaca: 190.825 Cortland: 181.900
VT: Schumaker 9.800 UB: Kyriakopoulos, Gare 9.775 BB: DeMeo 9.825 FX: Brady, Castellaneta 9.900 AA: Beers 38.800

The Big Storyline: Brockport took Tompkins County by storm, toppling Division I Cornell by a margin of nearly a full point, while Ithaca was close on Cornell’s heels. The Golden Eagles notched a new season high, ecplising the previous score by just over a tenth, slowly inching closer to a 193. In addition, Brockport scored a new season high on beam with a team score of 48.600 as well as floor with a 48.525, boosted by Lexi Castellaneta’s 9.900. Fellow NCGA member Ithaca notched a sky high 48.025 on bars, its highest since 1998. 

Implications: Within the past four meets, the Big Red has scored between a 191.600 and 191.600, proving its strength is in its consistency. But it’ll still want to increase that score to up its place in the rankings, otherwise it’ll continue to sit tight where it is. Brockport’s upward trajectory means it continues to easily defend its first place rank in both the NCGA and NCGA-East, and Ithaca stays securely in second in the East and in the middle of the pack in the NCGA overall. Cortland’s consistency means its rank will remain unchanged, as well.
Records: Brockport set a new team beam record with a 48.600, and Lexi Castellaneta and Natalie Galioto tied the school beam record with 9.800s. Sydney Schumaker scored a new personal high of 9.800 on vault. Kirsten Paultre set a new career high on floor with a 9.775. Representing the Big Red, Calista Brady scored a career high on floor with a 9.900. As for Cortland, Samantha Nothnagel scored a personal best of 9.750 on beam. Ithaca College broke two program records, on bars with a 48.025 and beam with a 48.300. Skye Cohen set a personal-record in the all around with a 37.900.

The event is finished.


Feb 13 2022


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