New Hampshire at Denver


Full Results Denver: 196.125 New Hampshire: 193.625
VT: Sundstrom 9.875 UB: Glynn 9.900 BB: Hutchinson 9.900 FX: Hutchinson 9.925 AA: Hutchinson 39.450

The Big Storyline: Denver’s first meet after Lynnzee Brown’s Achilles injury was a season-low score, but it did see the return of Hutchinson in the all-around, which was a much needed boost.

Implications: This meet showed that Denver is really going to need to step it up if it wants to keep pace with Oklahoma in the conference. New Hampshire fell victim to inconsistency once again and drops to No. 7 in the EAGL. The Wildcats have already notched a 196 this year, but putting all four events together has been a struggle.  

Records: Hutchinson’s 9.900 on beam was a career high.

Controversies: There were lots of judging conferences in this meet; beam and floor judges especially couldn’t seem to get on the same page.


Current Rankings: No. 45 New Hampshire at No. 7 Denver

Why You Should Clear Space on Your DVR: Denver is back at home after a three meet road trip. The Pioneers will be looking to rebound from their first loss of the season to conference rival Oklahoma, which included a season-ending injury to star all-arounder Lynnzee Brown.

You Can Fast Forward, but not Through This: New Hampshire on beam. In a recent tri-meet the Wildcats scored a program record 49.450 on beam highlighted by back-to-back 9.975s from junior Alyssa Worthington and senior Hailey Lui. Denver also has some fantastic beamers in sophomores Abbie Thompson and Bella Mabanta. Watch for new faces to step into Brown’s former lineup spots as the Pioneers work to prove they’re still a competitive force.

The event is finished.


Feb 06 2022


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