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Gymnastics Finishes Third at Texas Woman's University Meet

Otahkians score second highest team mark of the season with a 192.975.

Amy Cole was one of five gymnasts who scored a 9.9 on the uneven bars on Sunday.

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Feb. 17, 2002

Final Stats

DENTON, Texas- Despite scoring their second best team mark of the season, the Southeast Missouri State gymnastics team fell to two tough squads, Texas Woman's University and Air Force, on Sunday afternoon.

Southeast started out strong in the vault, winning that portion of the competition with a 48.250. Individually, sophomore Ashley Godwin won the event with a 9.75, while freshman Katie Bloom finished fourth with an impressive 9.7.

On the balance beam, the Otahks posted a 48.475 behind 9.9's from Amy Cole and Ashley Godwin. The beam was the toughest event of the competition, as five total athletes shared the individual crown with a 9.9. Senior Karen Hamilton posted a 9.75 in the event and freshman Tracy Flippo posted a 9.7

On the uneven bars, Southeast got a 9.8 from Michelle Walker and a 9.75 from Stephanie Furman as the Otahkians finished with a 47.75. Walker's 9.8 was good enough for a second place finish.

On the floor exercise, Michelle Walker shared the individual crown with a 9.875. Godwin posted a 9.85 and Cole a 9,725 as the team scored a 48.5.

The host Texas Woman's University won the meet with a 194.525, behind great scores on the balance beam (49.225) and the floor (49.15). Air Force finished second in the meet with a 193.275. Southeast finished with a team total of 192.975.

Southeast will get another crack at TWU, when the Pioneers come to Houck Field House for a meet next Saturday at 7:00 p.m.


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