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Otahkian Gymnasts Remain Perfect At Home

Team scores highest points of season in triangle

Sophomore Ashley Godwin helped lead the Othaks to their second-straight home victory.

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Final Stats

Cape Girardeau, Mo. (January 26, 2002) - The Otahkian Gymnastics team showed their best routines of yet this season as they won every team event and had a share of all four individual event winners in taking the team title from Centenary College and the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, Saturday.

The Otahks (4-4, 0-2 duals) scored their highest total so far this season with a 190.875. They had their best effort of the season on the bars as they had a 48.250, just two tenths of a point away from a top 10 ever score at SEMO.

Southeast was led once again by sophomore Ashley Godwin. Godwin won the bars and floor with scores of 9.775 and 9.725, and shared the vault title with Tasha Rodgers of Cenenary with a score of 9.675. Senior Karen Hamilton had her best beam routine of the young season as she won the event with a 9.725. Godwin fell five hundredths of a point short of the All-Around title as Centenary's Jennifer Jackson won the title with a score of 38.325.

Centenary had come into the triangle with averaging a score of 192, but couldn't stick their landings as they had three points deducted over the course of the meet for falls and had a team score of 188.150. Wisconsin - Oshkosh had rough beam and bars routines and ended up the afternoon with a score of 176.450.

The Otahks go on the road next Saturday as they travel to Chicago to take on conference-rival Illinois-Chicago at 7 p.m. This is the first of two trips the Otahks will make to the windy city this season as they will travel there at the end of March for the Midwest Conference Championships.


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