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Gymnastics Drop First Of The Season In Gainesville

Ashley Godwin takes individual title in Vault

Sophomore Ashley Godwin won the vault at the University of Florida Dodge Premeir with a score of 9.700

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Gainesville, Fl. (January 4, 2002) - The Southeast Gymnastics squad competed in its first meet of the season Friday as the University of Florida convincingly beat both Southeast and Central Michigan University by more than five points. Southeast had a team score of 187.150, while Florida was at 194.175, and Central Michigan scored 189.375.

The triangle consisted of the host University of Florida Gators, Southeast, and the Central Michigan Chippewas. Florida dominated the meet from the get go as they had a strong vault to start the meet with every competitor scoring a 9.550 or higher. Southeast's first event was the beams, which wasn't very kind to the Otahks, but they did see a 9.475 and a 9.700 from junior Amy Cole and sophomore Ashley Godwin, respectively.

Central Michigan was neck and neck with the Otahks throughout the entire event, but pulled away with a strong floor round as they had everyone score over a 9.500. A real bright spot for the Otahks was the vault as they all scored over a 9.225, with Godwin winning the event outright with a 9.700.

Florida showed why they are the 7th ranked team in the nation now as they had nines on every event for every athlete. They were strongest on the floor as they swept first through fifth place in that event.

Southeast next travels to Normal Illinois next Sunday to take on the Redbirds of Illinois State. This brings a much-anticipated re-match of the two teams dual last season on March 2, which saw ISU win narrowly by a margin of .175.


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