The Spartans used their highest balance beam and floor exercise scores of the season to help lead the Michigan State gymnastics team to its first road win of 2014 on Friday as MSU outscored Southeast Missouri 194.900-193.625 at Houck House Field. It marks the second-highest score for Michigan State this season. Junior Alina Cartwright led the Spartans with two individual event wins on both the vault and balance...
The Michigan State gymnastics team will head back out on the road for back-to-back away meets this weekend. First, the Spartans will travel to Cape Girardeau, Mo., to take on Southeast Missouri in a non-conference dual meet on Friday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. ET. Continuing west, MSU will compete in a tri-meet with Oklahoma and Minnesota at Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas on Sunday, March 9 at 3 p.m. ET.
Led by MSU's highest score since 2007, the Spartans celebrated Senior Night on Friday at Jenison Field House. Michigan State held a lead over No. 21 Denver through two events, the Spartans lost a hard-fought battle to the Pioneers by a score of 195.550-195.675.
After a two-week road stretch, the Michigan State gymnastics team returns home on Friday, Feb. 28 to celebrate Senior Day against No. 21 Denver at 7 p.m. The meet will be held at Jenison Field House and will recognize the five members of the team who will be participating in their last home dual meet. A live video stream is offered for free at MSU Spartan All-Access.
The Michigan State gymnastics team made the short trip to Kalamazoo, Mich., on Friday to take on Western Michigan. Though the Spartans posted their highest team total of the season, MSU dropped a close 194.775-195.00 decision to the Broncos.
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