William & Mary at West Chester


Full Results West Chester: 193.575 William & Mary: 189.750
VT: K. Johnson 9.775 UB: Kelly, Wozniak 9.775 BB: McFarland 9.850 FX: Meakim 9.900 AA: Meakim 38.825

The Big Storyline: West Chester overcame beam demons to hit for the first time this season, and Jessica Meakim notched a 9.900 on floor for the second week in a row while Kiah Johnson made an appearance for the first time in three weeks and claimed first on vault. William & Mary found itself on track with a season-high on beam and several team members fell just shy of tying or setting new personal bests. Overall, both teams continue to look well-paced and prepared for the second half of the season.  

Implications: After notching 193.100 or higher over the past three meets, West Chester sits comfortably in the GEC and USAG standings. William & Mary doesn’t lack in consistency after scoring within a margin of nine tenths over the past four meets but would want to break back in the 190s for the remainders of the season to see it move up in the GEC. 

Records: Lily McFarland and Caroline Cascadden of West Chester both set career highs on beam, with a 9.850 and 9.800, respectively. Samantha Kelly scored a new personal best of 9.775 on bars. William & Mary’s Sarah Wozniak set a career-best of 9.775 on bars, and Sarah Kuper beat her own record in the all-around with a personal best of 38.375.

The event is finished.


Feb 12 2022


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