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The gymnastics team will be going to their fourth-straight regionals, which start 6 p.m. on Saturday in Seattle.
Head coach Jerry Reighard is pleased with the progress the team is making in practice.
“I think we are doing really well,” Reighard said.
Area 51 in Nevada is a government military base rumored to house alien starships and experiments.
Area 51 in Mount Pleasant is home to the Central Michigan gymnastics team.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team might of sweated the selection show out a little bit Monday afternoon.
The Chippewas were the last team selected on the show.
They earned a six seed and will travel to Washington this weekend.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team qualified for Regionals Saturday by winning the MAC tournament at Northern Illinois.
Head coach Jerry Reighard said they find out who the Chippewas play and where for regionals Sunday at midnight.
The Chippewas claimed first place Saturday with a score of 195.675.
After winning the Mid-American Conference regular season title last week the Central Michigan gymnastics team will go for the MAC tournament championship Saturday in DeKalb, Ill.
[caption id="attachment_108251" align="aligncenter" width="560" caption="Senior all-around Sam Piotrowski, left, freshman all-around Becca Druien, middle, and sophomore all-around Emily Heinz cheer for junior all-around Kati Dieffenderfer after her 9.750 effort on the uneven bars during Saturday's dual meet against Western Michigan.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team will be looking to win the Mid-American Conference title outright Saturday at 1 p.m.
OK Central Michigan students, pop quiz time. On the time that you’ve been on campus, which athletic program has been the best?
It’s not the football program that none of you have probably went to see.
It’s not the basketball team that is currently falling apart at the seams.
Women’s soccer comes close, and so does wrestling.
But they all fall a little short when it comes to CMU’s best athletic program: Gymnastics.
Gymnastics has won two Mid-American Conference titles in a row, and have a third clinched, going for the outright title Saturday.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team completed their West coast trip late Sunday night finishing third place in a meet in Sacramento, California against Sacramento State, UC Davis, and Seattle Pacific.
According to head coach Jerry Reighard fatigue plagued the Chippewas in their 192.725 score.
CMU picked up where they left off in its previous meet Friday, a season-high score, but it was the beam exercise that cost CMU nearly 2 points.
“The Sunday meet was actually just as good until we went to our last event,” Reighard said.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team (11-3, 5-0) continued its domination of the Mid-American Conference on Sunday against Northern Illinois.
The Chippewas clinched a share of the MAC title with their best score of the season, posting a 194.95.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team will be traveling for the next three weeks and its first stop is 2 p.m.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team dominated floor competitions to defeat George Washington 193.600 to 192.075 Sunday afternoon at McGuirk Arena.
After struggling on beam, the Chippewas nailed their floor routines with four out of six gymnasts scoring a 9.8 or better.
In front of its largest crowd of the season, the Central Michigan gymnastics team beat Kent State 194.475 to 193.550 Saturday at McGuirk Arena.
CMU exuded confidence not seen this season with first place on the line during CMU gymnastics alumni day.
Senior Kristin Teubner performed her best in front of the alumni not wanting to let them down.
“You could definitely feel their presence today,” Teubner said.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team will put its undefeated Mid-American Conference record to the test against Kent State 1 p.m.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team placed third at the Illinois/Michigan challenge on Friday.
The Chippewas were behind Illinois State and Illinois-Chicago, but managed to beat fellow Mid-American Conference member Eastern Michigan.
After a disappointing loss last Sunday against Texas Woman’s University and a few key injured gymnasts Central Michigan gymnastics will try to recover on the road.
It is the annual Illinois vs.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team (7-1, 3-0) split over the weekend but won its Mid-American Conference match over Eastern Michigan.
On Friday, CMU competed in a tri-meet at EMU along with Texas Woman’s University.
The Chippewas were able to hold off EMU 193.325 to 192.725.
The Central Michigan undefeated gymnastics team will be busy this weekend with meets Friday and Sunday this weekend.
The Chippewas (5-0, 2-0 in the Mid-American Conference) will face Eastern Michigan (0-1, 0-1), and Texas Women’s University at 7 p.m.
Just winning is no longer good enough for coach Jerry Reighard and the Central Michigan gymnastics team.
CMU defeated Ball State on Saturday afternoon in Mount Pleasant 193.350 to 190.100 to improve their record to 3-0.
But despite the win, poor performances made Reighard visibly frustrated.
“I was disappointed in the fact that we couldn’t close it, the way I know we can close it,” Reighard said.
[caption id="attachment_74125" align="alignright" width="300" caption="CMU gymnastics team will look to make it 23-straight Mid-American Conference wins against Ball State Saturday at 1 p.m.