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While the Oklahoma men’s basketball team was getting blown out by Villanova in the Final Four, another Oklahoma team dominated on the way to a NCAA National Championship berth.The top-ranked Sooners finished first in the Iowa City NCAA Gymnastics Regional with a 197.575.
The spring semester, along with the 2015-16 Central Michigan sports season, is wrapping up. While April isn't the peak month for college athletic events, there are a few CMU sporting events worth taking a study break for.Here are the top five remaining CMU sporting events this semester:
week, the Central Michigan gymnastics team received a bid to extend their
season two more weeks to compete in the NCAA regionals in Iowa City, Iowa on
April 2nd. Central
Michigan, whose ranked 35th in the country, qualified for regionals by
finishing their season ranked within the top 36 teams in the country.
For the eighth consecutive season, the Central Michigan gymnastics team is heading to an NCAA Regional. The Chippewas qualified by finishing 35th in the country in regional qualifying score (RQS) — the top 36 go to regionals.
For the eighth consecutive year, the Central Michigan gymnastics team is in the postseason.
Head Coach Jerry Reighard's path to his 16th Mid-American Conference Championship was put on hold Saturday as the Chippewas finished in fourth place with a 195.600.
Central Michigan (12-3, 4-2 MAC) placed fourth with a score of 195.6, their second best team score this season, behind Bowling Green, host team Ball State and first place Eastern Michigan.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team (12-3, 4-2 MAC) will compete in the Mid-American Conference Championships at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ball State in Muncie, Indiana."I'm really excited," said Head Coach Jerry Reighard. "I think that we have a really strong lineup, stronger than we've had most season. We got some people that are back and looking really good."
The Mid-American Conference announced the 2016 All-MAC teams on Wednesday, featuring three Central Michigan gymnasts with second-team honors.Senior Taylor Bolender, sophomore Katy Clements and freshman Kasey Janowicz were among the thirteen gymnasts selected as All-MAC.Bolender posted the Chippewa's best floor exercise score this year of 9.925 and has been consistent force all season for CMU, averaging 9.702 in the floor on the year. Clements also has CMU's highest beam score with a 9.925 and has led the beam team with her average score of 9.780 in the 2016 season.Janowicz has been a force all season, having the highest all-around score nine times.
Junior Caroline Fitzpatrick matched a career high with a 9.9 on the balance beam, March 10 at Eastern Michigan, earning her Mid-American Conference Gymnastics Specialist of the Week honors.
Despite scoring just .25 points away from the season record at 49.075 uneven bars, CMU couldn't overcome the personnel losses and was defeated 194.125-196.250.Floor was the biggest struggle for the Chippewas, who were without the help of former MAC Gymnast of the Week recipient freshman Kasey Janowicz.
Following a difficult senior night loss to Mid-American Conference leader Kent State last Sunday, CMU gymnastics got back on track in the MAC standings with a 195.750-195.150 win at Bowling Green.CMU jumped out to a 48.850-48.8 lead in the first rotation without the help of Freshman all-around standout Kasey Janowicz.
Staff reporter Ashley Szymanski talked with senior gymnast Taylor Bolender in practice this week as the Chippewas prepared for Friday's meet at Bowling Green.Bolender — an Akron, Ohio native — has two more regular season meets before the Mid-American Conference Tournament March 19.
The McGuirk Arena crowd was full of energy for the annual matchup between the Central Michigan and Kent State gymnastics teams. After having to count multiple falls, CMU dropped the meet 195.325 to 194.550 to the Golden Flashes.It was senior night for five Chippewa gymnasts, as Sunday was the final home meet of the 2016 season.
The role of a freshman is often sitting back and learning. They’re rarely a team’s workhorse, as the freshman year can be used to gain experience while transitioning to the collegiate stage.For freshman Kasey Janowicz, this is not the case.In Janowicz's first season as a Chippewa, her impact on the team has been immediate.
When Central Michigan gymnastics Head Coach Jerry Reighard talks about his uneven bars team, he refers them as the team’s best event.
The Central Michigan gymnastics team achieved its goal of scoring above a 196 for the first time this season on Sunday. But CMU (11-1, 3-0 Mid-American Conference) wasn't the only team to score a 196.125 last week.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers predict the outcome for a pair of CMU basketball games, the gymnastics meet and the Detroit-Colorado outdoor NHL game this weekend.
Central Michigan Freshman all-around standout Kasey Janowicz was honored as this week's Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week.The Bay City native posted her career best of 39.4 in the all-around competition against Western Michigan this past Saturday.
From day one, Head Coach Jerry Reighard's goal for the Central Michigan gymnastics team this season was to achieve a score of 196. They achieved that for the first time this season on Sunday, scoring a 196.125.In front of an Alumni Day home crowd of 932, the Chippewas (11-1, 3-0 Mid-American Conference) defeated Western Michigan 196.125 to 193.750.