Gymnastics ends four meet win streak with loss to WMU
Central Michigan gymnastics was handed its first loss in over a month by conference rival Western Michigan on Sunday.
The Chippewas had a narrow lead in the first and second rotations. However, after the third rotation the Broncos were able to come back and win the meet with their performance on floor with a final score of 196.750-195.825.
This marks CMU's first loss to a Mid-American Conference opponent this season, coming into the meet defeating all three MAC teams they faced.
Seniors Hannah DeMers and Aleysia Kolyvanova posted career bests on beam with a score of 9.925, tying one another for first.
Freshman Luciana Alvarado-Reid and DeMers tied for first place on bars with a score of 9.850. DeMers also took first place in the all-around with a score of 39.525. Alvarado-Reid took third with 39.225.
The Broncos took first on floor with Cassie St. Clair and Payton Murphy each recording a 9.900. DeMers was in a three-way tie for second with a 9.875 alongside WMU's Ronni Binstock and Donnakathryn Roy.
DeMers also tied for first on vault with St. Clair with a score of 9.850.
The Chippewas look to bounce back as they travel to Muncie, Indiana to compete against Ball State on Sunday at 1 p.m.