Missouri at Georgia


Full Results Missouri: 197.225 Georgia: 196.600
VT: Moore


UB: Roberts 


BB: Schrieber, Schaffer


FX: Hawthorne


AA: Schrieber


The Big Storyline: The Tigers break yet another program record by defeating the Gymdogs for the first time at Stegeman Coliseum. This was a relatively low stakes meet, conferencewise, but both teams turned in solid performances that boosted their overall NQS. 

Implications: Despite improving its NQS by over a tenth, Missouri will remain at No. 11 nationally and drop to sixth in the SEC. Georgia moves up four places to 24th overall. 

Records: Missouri earned a season high 49.300 on its weakest event, vault, lead by a career high 9.950 by Jocelyn Moore. Despite the loss, Georgia earned seasons highs on bars and floor en route to its best home score of the season. Megan Roberts and Haley DeJong also earned career highs on floor with a 9.950 and 9.900, respectively. 

Controversies: As commentator Kevin Copp so diplomatically phrased it, “There [were] some gaudy floor scores.” Both teams benefited from mathematically impossible scores, with only two scores below 9.850 despite an abundance of bouncy landings among other seemingly ignored deductions.


Current Rankings: No. 11 Missouri at No. 28 Georgia   

Why You Should Clear Space on Your DVR: Missouri has enjoyed a history-making season so far and will be looking for a big road score to boost its NQS prospects. The Gymdogs are riding high after securing their first season win last week over Arkansas and will have the home arena advantage.  

You Can Fast Forward, but not Through This: Both teams’ beam lineups have garnered plenty of attention this season, though for very different reasons. However, Missouri (comparatively) struggled last week and will be looking to bounce back into the mid-49s once again. Meanwhile Georgia has hit 49.3-plus two weeks in a row; can it make it three straight?

The event is finished.


Mar 04 2022


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