New Hampshire and Towson at LIU


Full Results Towson: 196.150 UNH: 195.300 LIU: 190.450
VT: Vitoff 9.900 UB: Titarsolej, Zuhlke 9.900 BB: Lui 9.875 FX: Kelley 9.875 AA: Bolen 39.125

The Big Storyline: It was a much-improved performance from LIU on vault and bars, but the Sharks once again struggled on beam, having to count three falls. Mara Titarsolej finally made her debut and scored a 9.900 on bars, giving LIU its first ever event win. Towson scored its second 196 of the season, matching its season high from two weeks ago. New Hampshire also matched its season high.

Implications: NQS finally kicks in this week. With two 196s already and several low scores still to drop, Towson is in a good position with its NQS. The Tigers have not qualified to regionals since 2000. New Hampshire seems to have found its groove, but it will need to improve on its current numbers if there is any hope of qualifying to regionals.

Records: Titarsolej’s 9.900 on bars is LIU’s first program event win and sets a new program record. Towson’s 49.250 on vault is the highest score in program history. Camille Vitoff’s 9.900 and Jenna Weitz’s 9.875 on vault were career highs. Towson has not beat New Hampshire since 2004. 

The event is finished.


Feb 26 2021


Eastern Time
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

College Gym News