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Gymnastics Begins Home Stretch

Feb. 13, 2004

CAPE GIRARDEAU - As the Southeast Gymnastics team prepares for a three-match homestand, the team also reaches the half-way point of the regular season. Southeast, 7-2, will begin its home stretch tomorrow night (Saturday, Feb. 14) at 7 p.m. against Centenary.

The Otahks are coming off a double-win on Wednesday night as they scored 193.750 to top host Illinois State and Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Southeast took the top three spots in the all-around as senior Ashley Godwin placed first overall with a 39.100 score.

As a team, Southeast took first in the vault, bars and floor events. Junior Katie Bloom won the vault, while Godwin won the bars and floor competitions.

Scouting Centenary...The Centenary squad boasts three 2003 USAG All-Americans as juniors Jennifer Jackson and Kaela Meinert and sophomore Sarah Racioppi will help lead the Ladies into action. The Ladies enter the meet without a senior on the squad.

Meinert set a new school record on the beam for Centenary in 2003 with a 9.950, while Jackson took All-American honors in bars and Racioppie took them on the floor exercise.

The Ladies are coached by fourth year head coach Bill Hardy. During his tenure, he has guided his squads to the USAG National Gampionships in each of the last three seasons.

UPCOMING: Southeast continues its homestand with Wisconsin-LaCrosse Feb. 21 and Illinois State Feb. 29, both at 1 p.m. at Houck Field House. After that, the Otahks will travel to Arkansas and Eastern Michigan for road meets before the Midwest Independent Championships on March 20.



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