Brown, Penn State and Southern Connecticut at New Hampshire


Full Results Penn State: 196.550 UNH: 195.775 Brown: 194.675 SCSU: 190.400
VT: Gorgenyi, Johanson 9.850 UB: Bonsall 9.950 BB: Liu 9.950 FX: Salcedo 9.950 AA: Rushlow 39.225

The Big Storyline: Penn State closed out its season with a season-best score, besting its previous score by just over a tenth. Penn State also notched a season high on beam as well, where Cassidy Rushlow notched the first 9.900 this season for the team. New Hampshire set a program record on bars, scoring a 49.325 and notching its fourth-best score for the season overall. Hailey Lui’s 9.950 keeps her in first on beam for the regular-season beam ranking. Brown scored a season high as a team, on bars, and set a new program vault record, marking the second time in its last three meets that the team has flirted with the new program record, reestablishing its second-best score. Southern Connecticut closed its regular season out tying its season high on vault and nearly tied its best on floor, however, bars continues to throw the Owls off their rhythm. 

Implications: Penn State’s big score should nudge it just past Nebraska into eighth place behind Iowa and sliding itself into a position to be in a regional bubble to possibly move on into the postseason. The Wildcats’ phenomenal outing won’t change their standing, remaining firmly in sixth in the EAGL but now within a few tenths of Pittsburgh. Brown’s outstanding weekend means the team will find itself in third place heading into the GEC championship. The Owls will stay seated in sixth, holding off William & Mary as they head to the GECs as well. Brown surpasses West Chester in the USAG division, too, where Southern Connecticut also remains firmly in ninth. 

Records: Penn State’s Isabella Salcedo scored a new high of 9.950 on floor. New Hampshire’s Kylie Gorgenyi scored a new best of 9.900 on bars. Kenadi Brown scored a new high of 9.875 on bars as well as Summer Simpkins with a 9.825. Brown’s Abby Contello set a new career-high of 9.850 on bars. Southern Connecticut’s Hanna Zebdi scored a career high 9.800 on vault, as did Sidney Wilson with a 9.700, and Lexi Bracher with a 9.600. Ciana Rios scored a best of 9.725 on bars, Delaney Fields with a 9.675, and Cassidy Girolamo with a 9.650. Sarah Moussa notched a best of 9.675 on beam. Girolamo scored a best of 9.750 on floor as did Alexa Melanson with a 9.225.

The event is finished.


Mar 13 2022


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