Brockport, Rhode Island College and Ursinus at Cortland


Full Results Brockport: 191.900 Cortland: 188.225 Rhode Island: 187.025 Ursinus: 186.100
VT: Schumaker 9.750 UB: Curcione 9.875 BB: Castellaneta 9.775 FX: Castellaneta, Keyes 9.800 AA: Keyes 38.400

The Big Storyline: Host Cortland had its best meet of the season by a staggering three and a half points. The Red Dragons had their best bars score of the year by over two points, recorded a new season high on beam and nearly topping the best vault score as well. Brockport has successfully closed out its own season undefeated, scoring over a 190 for the sixth time this season, tying with the 2018 season. Ursinus scored its third-highest of the season, falling just shy of a 47 on vault but flashing its well-fought bar consistency to prove it’s not a team to be counted out. The Anchorwomen smashed several records and flashed a new season high by nearly two points. They scored season highs on every event except floor, where the team scored in the 47 range for the sixth time this season.

Implications: With this as the final week of the regular NCGA-East season, Cortland proved it could possibly fight its way into the top three at regionals and move onto nationals. So although Cortland slid from 11th to 12th, its new high score came within a few tenths of Ursinus’ own season high. Brockport heads into regionals with the highest SAS, average and high score of the season across all of Division III. Assuming a stellar performance and qualification to nationals next weekend, Whitewater’s high score is just over a tenth behind the Golden Eagles. Ursinus finds itself right between NCGA-East competitors Springfield and Cortland, with less than a point between the three. Rhode Island College rounds out the top three in the east and a solid seventh in the division, keeping Winona at bay for another week as we head into regionals. 

Records: A household Rhode Island College name, Olivia Keyes set another new program record with a 38.400 in the all-around, the previous score her own. Rhode Island posted a program-best of 187.025 as well as on bars with a 45.050 and beam with a 47.825. Cortland’s Glynis Curcione broke the school record and scored a new best with a 9.875 on bars. For Ursinus, Isabella Scarpetti scored a personal best 9.500 on beam, as did Gabrielle Pitt with a 9.275 and Ashley Cromer with a 9.225. Kasey Ricci pocketed a 9.425 person best on floor. 

The event is finished.


Mar 06 2022


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