Rhode Island College and Southern Connecticut at Springfield

Update 2/24: Centenary was unable to travel due to weather.


Full Results SCSU: 192.025 Springfield: 186.800 Rhode Island: 185.125
VT: Girolamo, Burkhart 9.700 UB: Baker, Leon 9.825 BB: Rosier, Tucker 9.750 FX: Keyes 9.875 AA: Keyes 38.125

The Big Storyline: The Owls cruised to first place thanks to their consistency and new season highs, guided by Hanna Zebdi and Cassidy Girolamo. Springfield posted a new overall team season high, as well as on vault and floor. With several standout scores on floor, Springfield cleared its previous season high on vault and floor by nearly half a point, with just beam proving to hamper the team overall. Rhode Island also put together a record-setting meet, with Olivia Keyes and Emma tucker leading the Anchorwoman to a new season high. 

Implications: Southern Connecticut’s new highs puts added pressure on Cornell. With just a few weeks to go, Cornell could find itself overtaken by the Owls. With SAS coming into play, Springfield sits in third place, applying pressure to Ursinus as it continues through the season. Rhode Island sits just behind in fourth despite another record-breaking weekend in a tough NCGA-East conference.

Records: Southern Connecticut set a new team bars record with a 48.575. The Pride’s MacKenzie MacLeod set a new career high of 9.825 on floor, as did Sophie Parquet with a 9.775, Rae Anna Schutz with a 9.700, Devon Rosier with a 9.675 and Delaney LaViolette with a 9.625. On vault Anne Kiley set a new high with a 9.625 and Rae Anna Schutz with a 9.575. Emma Tucker and Olivia Keyes each set new program records, as Emma Tucker notched a personal and record high on beam with a 9.750, a mark previously set by Olivia Keyes. On floor, Olivia Keyes set a new program and personal record of 9.875, another record she had set with Kelsey Gates this season.

The event is finished.


Feb 27 2022


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