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The Central Michigan gymnastics team will head to Fayetteville, Arkansas to compete in the NCAA Regional Championships on April 1.This is the ninth consecutive year the Chippewas have earned a spot in regionals.
After finishing third in the Mid-American Conference Championships, the Central Michigan gymnastics team will find out Monday where it is headed for the April 1 NCAA Regionals.Going into the meet, CMU was ranked 36th in the country — the last spot to qualify for the NCAA Regionals. Eastern Michigan won the MAC Championship, scoring a 196.5, Bowling Green finished second with a 196.4.
After scoring a season-high 196.575 in the last meet of the season, the Central Michigan gymnastics team will compete in the Mid-American Conference Championships Saturday.The Chippewas have won 15 MAC titles which is the most in the history of the conference.
Junior gymnast Katy Clements has been named to the All-Mid-American Conference Second Team, for the second season in a row. The honor comes off a year where Clements claimed MAC Gymnast of the Week honors twice.
After contributing to one of the highest team scores in program history in her final appearance as a Central Michigan gymnast, senior Rachel Carr had nothing but confidence in her team as the Mid-American Conference Championships approaches. "We're excited, we know that we will win MAC," Carr said.
Following a career high performance on the floor routine, junior Macey Hilliker was named Mid-American Conference Specialist of the Week.
Following a performance that tied a career best 39.4 all-around score, Central Michigan sophomore Kasey Janowicz has been named the Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week.This is the first time this season Janowicz has competed all-around.
Central Michigan gymnastics would defeat the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 196.375 to 194.975 and the team posted a season high and a familiar face returned and competed all around.
Central Michigan Gymnastics defeated Rutgers today by a final of 196.375 to 194.975. The 196.375 score was the season high for the ChippewasVaultCMU picked up a score of 48.775 on vault to start the meet. The Chippewas were led by senior Rachel Carr’s score of 9.825 which was her season high on vault.Rutgers started on uneven bars and posted a score of 48.825. After the first events Rutgers had a slight lead 48.825 to 48.775 over the Chippewas.Uneven BarsThe Chippewas scored a 49.125 on the uneven bars.
After last week’s close victory, the Central Michigan gymnastics team came out on the other side of a tight contest, falling 195.725 to 195.
Coming off a big victory last week against rival Kent State, the Central Michigan gymnastics team looked to keep up the momentum against Bowling Green State.
Junior Katy Clements earned Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week after her performance in a win against rival Kent State Sunday.Clements performance helped lead Central Michigan a win by one tenth of a point.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team is coming off a win against Illinois State at home. This week the Chippewas travel to Ball State.
.15 points. That was how close the floor team was to breaking the school record of 49.625 in Sunday's 194.950 to 194.075 win against out-of-conference opponent, Illinois State. "Top to bottom, this group (floor) has the ability to go 9.9," said head coach Jerry Reighard.