N.C. State, William & Mary and Yale at Maryland


Full Results Maryland: 197.100 N.C. State: 196.925 Yale: 191.575 William & Mary: 190.025
VT: Barber 9.900 UB: Tsiknias 9.900 BB: McClure 9.925 FX: Shepard 9.925 AA: Barber 39.450

The Big Storyline: Maryland came roaring in with its third-highest team score in history, clinching the win over second-place N.C. State by a slim margin to notch its highest score of the season including season highs on vault and beam, scoring over a 49 on both vault and bars as well. N.C. State also posted its third-highest team score in history in addition to topping a 49 on each event for the first time this season. Yale, typically strong on bars, had three falls during the rotation. William & Mary had a few beam troubles and was forced to count a handful of low scores and on bars, too. Despite a few out of bounds, the Tribe’s lowest floor score was a 9.575.  

Implications: The Terps incredible performance could see it jump up a few places in a competitive Big Ten conference. North Carolina’s new season high is good enough to battle head to head with Towson to take first place in the EAGL. Yale lives to see another week in second place despite the low-scoring weekend, holding off West Chester but not yet within reach of unseating Penn. Southern Connecticut will need to keep an eye on William & Mary as the team wraps up the season, however. 

Records: Audrey Barber became the highest cumulative-scoring gymnast in Maryland gymnastics history. The Pack’s Lucy Lehman scored a career high 9.825 on vault. Hailey Mechant’s 9.875 on bars is a new personal best. Lauren Rutherford went 9.900 on floor, marking a new best for her. The Tribe’s Sarah Kuper scored a personal best in the all-around with a 38.475.

The event is finished.


Mar 06 2022


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