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Gymnastics Take Second in Bronco Triangular

Feb. 16, 2003

Complete Results

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (February 16, 2003) - The Southeast Missouri State University gymnastics squad (7-5) participated today in the Bronco Triangular. Southeast took second with a score of 193.475. The host Western Michigan won with a score of 194.325 and Ball State tallied a 192.725 taking third.

The Otahkians won the vault with a team score of 48.500. Three Otahkians including, sophomore Katie Bloom, junior Ashley Godwin, and first year Deanna Ogg, were all in a four-way tie for third with a score of 9.725. This is a new personal season high for Ogg on vault. Senior Amy Cole and Tara Boldt also helped boost the team score with a 9.675 and 9.650.

Southeast took second on bars and floor with a 48.650. This score is now the seventh best of all-time for Southeast on the bars. Godwin tallied a 9.850 earning a second in a four-way tie. Cole received a new personal season high of 9.800, Bloom contributed an additional 9.750, and sophomore Michelle Albury also received a new personal season high with a 9.575.

Godwin was in a three-way tie for third with a 9.800 on the floor. First year Amanda Grimes set a new personal season record on floor with a 9.750 earning the sixth spot. Cole was close behind with a 9.725.

Although Southeast took third on beam they still marked some impressive scores. Godwin took sixth with a 9.750 while Ogg and sophomore Alexis Traylor tallied a 9.700. This is a new personal high for Traylor on the beam.

Godwin captures second in the All-Around with a new season high of 39.125. Cole claimed fourth with a 38.100 and Boldt took fifth with a 37.925.

After a short break, the Otahkians will be headed to Columbia, Mo. for the Corvette Classic on March 2. That meet will begin at 2:00 p.m.

 
 

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