LIU, Rhode Island College and Southern Connecticut at Brown

Full Results LIU: 194.00 Brown: 193.225 Southern Connecticut: 189.300 Rhode Island: 183.85
VT: Bedminster 9.850 UB: Titarsolej 9.900 BB: Juk 9.925 FX: Bedminster 9.850 AA: Keyes 37.950

The Big Storyline: The Sharks swam their way to victory, claiming not only the team title but taking first in every event. Hannah Zebdi helped to guide Southern Connecticut, scoring over a 9.600 for the seventh time this season, along with Cassidy Girolamo who has scored over a 9.700 in the past two meets on floor. Brown was forced to count a fall on bars but didn’t count a single score below a 9.700 on floor, turning things around and scoring a new season high by just over half a point. Rhode Island nearly tied its season high on bars and floor, with Olivia Keyes and Kelsey Gates delivering big scores. 

Implications: Brown will eventually see itself moving up in the rankings once it has an NQS, landing in the top half of the conference. Southern Connecticut won’t move much, hovering in seventh place but without a full conference of NQS accounted for. It’ll slide into the middle of the pack for now. Despite a strong showing, LIU will continue to sit in eighth in the EAGL conference, but with a few more high scores, it could surpass New Hampshire at some point during the rest of the season. Rhode Island will be just barely edged out by Springfield, most likely dropping into fourth place in the East once the weekend comes to an end. The Anchorwomen should find themselves staying in the top ten in the NCGA. 

Records: Southern Connecticut’s Chelsea Baker scored a career high 9.750 on bars, as did Audrey Arnold with a 9.700. On beam Madison Tansowny scored a new best of 9.650. Angela Xing set a career-high on vault with a 9.725. Taylor Schulze scored a 9.800 on bars for a new personal best as did Lauren McKeown with a 9.550. McKenna Weiner scored a new high of 9.650 on beam and 9.775 on floor. Abby Walsh pocketed a new high on floor as well, with a 9.750, as did Angela Xing with a 9.725. Lauren Lazaro followed with a new high of 9.700. Ilka Juk set a personal and program record for LIU on beam with a 9.925. Olivia Keyes set a new all around program record for Rhode Island with a 37.950.

The event is finished.


Feb 20 2022


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