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Gymnastics Concludes Regular Season

MSU posted a season-high on vault, 49.075, to tie for 13th in the all-time records.

March 16, 2013

Final Stats

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State gymnastics finished its regular season on the road as it fell to No. 13 University of Denver, 196.400-193.450.  MSU reached a season high on vault, 49.075.

Sophomore Alina Cartwright led the Spartans on vault with a 9.950 to tie for second overall and second in the Michigan State gymnastics all-time record book.  Cartwright's score also served as her career-high on the event. Senior captain Taira Neal earned fourth place as she registered a score of 9.900.  Tying for sixth place was sophomore Ashley Noll as she tallied a season-best mark of 9.800.  Taking first on the vault was Pioneer Moriah Martin with a perfect score, 10.000. MSU compiled a 49.075 on the event, while Denver posted a 49.325.

On the uneven bars, sophomore Ashley Stevenson tied for third to lead the Spartans as she recorded a 9.750 mark.  Freshman Lisa Burt followed notching a 9.725 to take sixth place.  Placing seventh in the event was freshman Kate Filosi, posting a 9.675.  Nina McGee led the competition for Denver and earned top honors on the event with a score of 9.900.  The Pioneers edged the Spartans, 48.625-48.400.

Pacing MSU on the balance beam was Cartwright, registering a 9.825 to place fifth.  Junior Dani Levy was next for the Spartans at seventh, recording a score of 9.775.  Marking a 9.750 on the beam was junior Alex Pace for eighth place.  Pioneer Jorie Hall earned a 9.925 to take first on the beam and contribute to Denver's final score of 49.275.  Michigan State notched a 47.900 on the event.



Leading the Green and White on floor was Noll, earning a mark of 9.700 to tie for sixth place.  Earning a score of 9.675 to take eighth was Burt, while Levy took ninth with a 9.650.  Placing first in the event was McGee, scoring a 9.900.  Denver tallied a 49.175 to top MSU's 48.075 on floor.

Cartwright compiled a 38.975 in the all-around to sit at second.  To take third, Burt tallied a 38.025.  Placing first was Martin, with an all-around score of 39.500.

Michigan State will host the Big Ten Championship in East Lansing, Mich., on Saturday, March 23.  MSU will compete at 1 p.m. in the first session of the championship meet. 

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