West Chester at William & Mary
|Full Results||West Chester: 192.925||William & Mary: 186.375|
|VT: Wiley 9.800||UB: Coleman 9.700||BB: McFarland 9.800||FX: Campbell 9.825||AA: Meakim 38.050|
The Big Storyline: William & Mary had a few struggles. After starting off tying its season high on vault, its bars struggles continued, although it did have nearly a full point improvement over last week. The problems followed to beam where the Tribe counted several scores in the 8s, as well as several uncharacteristically low scores on floor. The Golden Rams had a spectacular outing on vault, scoring a season high with four gymnasts scoring or tying career highs on the event. Like the Tribe, the Golden Rams had a less-than-average bars rotation, counting a few scores under a 9.500, but their consistency on vault proved to be the difference.
Implications: With SEMO posting a new season high, the Redhawks surged past steady West Chester this week. All of West Chester’s counting scores are within one point of each other. That’s great from a consistency standpoint but not so great when trying to make a difference in the team’s NQS. The Rams are locked into the sixth spot in the USAG at the moment with two points between them and the next closest adversary. Basically, West Chester just needs to keep doing what it’s doing and the team will qualify to nationals.
Records: West Chester scored several new career highs on vault, Kiley Fred scored a 9.775 for a new high, McKenna Kissinger scored a 9.700. Caitlyn Allen notched a 9.675 and Annie Bailey scored a 9.600 to tie their career best. Sarah Kuper of William & Mary scored a career high 9.600 on vault. Chloe Campbell scored a new personal high of 9.825 on floor as did Keaghan Schafer with a 9.775.
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