Eastern Michigan, LIU and Temple at Towson


Full Results Towson: 196.700 Temple: 194.650 EMU: 194.575 LIU: 193.350
VT: Roland 9.900 UB: Titarsolej 9.950 BB: Chemotti, Hurst 9.925 FX: Stewart 9.950 AA: H Stallings 38.350

The Big Storyline: Towson put up a huge 196.700—its second highest score ever—to dominate the rest of the field by over two points.

Implications: Towson has improved its score each meet and is beginning to establish itself as the team to catch in the EAGL. Head coach Jay Ramirez has said the team has a goal to hit 197 this year, and this performance showed that goal is within reach. While Temple had a bit of a rough start on bars and beam, the Owls rallied with program record-tying scores on vault and floor to finish the meet. Bars has been Temple’s weakness this season, but it will be a serious regionals contender if it can figure out that event. While Eastern Michigan put up season high scores on vault and beam, rough outings on bars and floor kept the total down. The Eagles sit solidly in the middle of MAC standings. LIU continues to make improvements and set new records at each meet but still has yet to put all four events together on the same day. The potential is there if it can figure out how to do that.

Records: In addition to recording the second-highest total in school history, Towson also tied the school record on vault. Temple tied both its vault and floor school records while Julianna Roland tied the vault record for the fourth time in her career. Eastern Michigan’s vault total was the second highest in school history, and LIU set new individual records with Mara Titarsolej’s 9.950 on bars and Ilka Juk’s 9.850 on beam.

The event is finished.


Feb 04 2022


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