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Central Michigan gymnastics won its second consecutive Mid-American Conference Championship with a score of 196.525 on Saturday hosted by Kent State University.
Central Michigan gymnastics senior Taylor Pitchell was named the Mid-American Conference Specialist of the Week after matching her career-high on floor with 9.950 against Kent State on Sunday.
Central Michigan University gymnastics won its last regular season and conference meet against Kent State 196.175-195.975 on Sunday. The Chippewas will return to Ohio this weekend for the Mid-American Conference championships.
The Mid-American Conference announced Tuesday that junior Central Michigan gymnast Elizabeth Cesarone was named MAC specialist of the week.
Central Michigan gymnastics produced its season best score of 196.500 as it took second against Big 12 opponent West Virginia (197.325) and Atlantic-Coast Conference Pittsburgh (196.125) on Sunday.
Despite scoring a second highest team score of the season, Central Michigan gymnastics lost its second straight meet to Mid-American Conference top ranked Ball State on Sunday.
Central Michigan gymnastics was handed its first loss in over a month by conference rival Western Michigan on Sunday.
Central Michigan gymnastics extended its win streak to four on Sunday after a 195.600-194.800 victory over the Big-12 Iowa State.
For the 10th time in four years, Central Michigan gymnast Hannah DeMers was named Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week.
Securing its third consecutive Mid-American Conference meet, Central Michigan gymnastics beat Eastern Michigan on Friday with a score of 196.250 - 192.025, its season-best overall score.
Central Michigan gymnastics went into its third rotation with a slim lead against Bowling Green State University however, after some costly falls on beam for the Chippewas, the Falcons were able to take the lead, 146.350-145.050.
Central Michigan gymnastics placed first in all four events, picking up its first win of the season against Northern Illinois University on Saturday.
In its season opener, Central Michigan University gymnastics traveled to New Hampshire to compete in a tri-meet with the University of New Hampshire and Temple University as it fell short of a first-place victory on Sunday.
The Central Michigan Gymnastics team is coming into the season with eyes on them as the defending Mid-American Conference champions.
CMU’s Mid-American Conference title headlined a busy Friday afternoon, but a handful of Chippewas also won individual awards at the conclusion of the meet.
In what could be described as an emotional tribute to the pair of senior Chippewas set to depart from the gymnastics team following this season, McGuirk Arena roared its applause as Sierra DeMarinis and Morgan Tong took the floor for one last time in front of the crowd they have called home for the past four years.
Having fallen to Illinois twice already this season, Central Michigan hoped to come away from Friday night’s meet in Champaign, Ill. with the advantage over the Fighting Illini. However, it was unsuccessful in doing so.
CMU gymnastics added to its running total of Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week honorees this season as Hannah DeMers was awarded the honor on Tuesday for the third time this season; her career total for the award now sits at seven.
When tough, in-conference competition came knocking at their doorstep the Chippewas answered emphatically, taking down Kent State at Sunday’s meet in Mt. Pleasant.
CMU carried its dominance on the floor routine from last meet into DeKalb on Sunday evening, where the Chippewas earned a second-place finish in the NIU quad meet with an overall team score of 196.125.