LIU, North Carolina and Pittsburgh at Towson

Full Results North Carolina: 195.000 Pitt: 193.875 Towson: 193.700 LIU: 188.075
VT: Vitoff 9.850 UB: Coca 9.900 BB: Culton 9.925 FX: Culton, Borkowski 9.850 AA: Culton 39.275


Current Rankings: No. 24 North Carolina, No. 46 Pittsburgh and No. 52 LIU at No. 36 Towson

Why You Should Make Time to Tune in: It’s LIU’s second meet, and the Sharks will be looking to build upon their opening performance from last week. North Carolina has looked great so far this year, particularly on bars and beam, which have often been problem areas for the Tar Heels in the past. Pitt has been up and down all season long, but when the Panthers hit, they can put up a big number. Towson has been quietly killing it so far, recording a 196.125 in its last outing, which is the highest EAGL score this year and Towson’s sixth-best score in school history.

Need More Proof? Alisson Lapp shined in her LIU debut and looks to be a huge star for this young team. LIU’s beam rotation in particular was a highlight last week, with all six gymnasts hitting their routines. Elizabeth Culton is the No. 1 ranked gymnast on the country on beam after week 6 and also excels on bars. Pitt’s pair of injury returners, Katrina Coca and Katie Chamberlain, have been huge assets for the Panthers on bars and beam especially. For Towson, keep an eye on Camille Vitoff. She is the reigning EAGL Gymnast of the Week and has recently added a Yurchenko one and a half to her repertoire.  

The event is finished.


Feb 19 2021


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