Ursinus and West Virginia at Towson
Update 2/9: West Virginia joined this meet after having to cancel its meet at Arkansas week five.
|Full Results||West Virginia: 196.575||Towson: 196.525||Ursinus: 185.175|
|VT: Bolen, Vitoff 9.850||UB: Hong 9.900||BB: Hurst, Asper 9.900||FX: Combs 9.925||AA: Combs 39.200|
The Big Storyline: Ursinus looked more like the Ursinus we saw at its opening meet of the season as West Virginia scored a new season high and Towson edged closer to a 197. Towson showed up strong, scoring 49-plus on each event for the second time this season. Not to be outdone, this was the first time this season West Virginia also scored a 49 or higher on each event in 2022. Ursinus improved on its previous season high on bars.
Implications: Ursinus should see itself move up in the rankings, depending on how it performs in its last-minute meet against Penn on Sunday, but will very likely overtake Cortland in the rankings in the NCGA-East as well as in the NCGA as a whole, likely surpassing Winona State as well. Towson should slide into second behind North Carolina in the EAGL conference with its NQS tally. West Virginia’s stellar performance won’t change its standings, however.
Records: For Ursinus, Alyssa DeLorme scored a career high 9.625 on bars and 9.750 on beam, and Madison Zimmerman scored a personal best 9.800 on beam. Kasey Ricci scored a career high 9.250 on floor and Ashley Cromer notched a 9.375 for a new best on vault. On beam, West Virginia sophomore Chloe Asper scored a career-high 9.900 as did Agatha Handono with a 9.875. Kendra Combs had a career high 9.925 on floor as well as Kianna Yancey with a 9.875. Kianna Yancey also scored a new high on vault with a 9.850. Towson’s Clara Hong scored a new best of 9.900 on bars, as well as Lauren Keener with a 9.850 as well as on beam with a 9.875.
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