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The Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics team has a packed Mid-American Conference schedule for this weekend as they travel to Kalamazoo Friday night to take on the Broncos of Western Michigan and then return home for a senior day meet against Ball State.
The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team had a busy spring break. They competed in three tournaments since Feb.
The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team had a busy spring break competing in three tournaments. In every competition, the team scored over 195, and several Eagles earned new career-highs.“The team continues to show its mental toughness,” Head Coach, Jay Santos, said.
Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team placed third in the Michigan State quad meet Friday, March 6.
The Eastern Michigan gymnastics team fell short in their final regular season meet against Northern Illinois, 195.800-195.525. The Eagles finish the season with a 13-5 (3-3 MAC) record.
The Mid-American Conference announced the MAC 1st and 2nd all-conference teams for gymnastics, March 18. Eastern Michigan senior Anna Willette was named to the first team and redshirt senior Chantelle Loehner and freshman Kendall Valentin were named to the second team.
Following finishing fourth at the Mid-American Gymnastic Championship meet, Eastern Michigan coach Jay Santos was named MAC Coach of the Year.
At the 2015 MAC Championship Saturday, the Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team took fourth place with a total score of 195.075.
Eastern Michigan senior gymnasts Anna Willette and Carrina Lo Bello will both be heading to NCAA Regionals on April 4 in Columbus, OH.
Eastern Michigan gymnastics seniors Anna Willette and Carrina Lo Bello wrapped up their career Saturday night at NCAA Regionals in Columbus, Ohio.
The 2016 Eastern Michigan University gymnastics schedule was released today which features meets against the University of Michigan, Ohio State University and the University of Pittsburgh.
Following a fourth place finish at last year’s Mid-American Conference Championship, Jay Santos heads into his second year at the helm for the Eastern Michigan Eagles women’s gymnastics team.The Eagles finished last year 13-5 overall with seniors Anna Willette and Carrina Lo Bello competing at NCAA Regionals in Columbus, Ohio.
Catie Conrad competed all-around for the first time in her career as the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics defeated the University of Michigan, 194.050-183.350, in their only exhibition meet of the season."We still really need to work on our execution and our scoring potential,” Santos said.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team finished first Sunday afternoon with a final score of 194.875 over the University of Maryland, Towson University and the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team was able to pick up one win over Bowling Green State University but fell to Western Michigan University in this afternoon’s Mid-American Conference tri-meet in Kalamazoo.
Compiling the best score on the balance beam in program history, the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team recorded an 195.05 score notching two wins against Ball State University and Illinois State University Sunday afternoon in Muncie, Ind.
For Eastern Michigan senior gymnast Kimberly Ebeyer, Sunday afternoon marked a homecoming as her Eagles faced off against the Ball State University Cardinals.
Wrestling and gymnastics aren’t exactly two sports that you would combine together in the same category other than being two sports that get little to no attention when it comes to the Eastern Michigan University realm of athletics.
The Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team competed in their first home meet Saturday afternoon and were able to defeat the Northern Illinois University Huskies, 194.775-193.950 in a Mid-American Conference meet.Despite the win, the Eagles (7-1, 2-0 MAC) saw their lowest score of the season but also saw their highest total on the floor exercise with a 48.750.“When we started out on vault, they seemed to get really tight and the energy kind of dropped,” EMU coach Jay Santos said.
In a highly anticipated matchup between the top-two teams in the Mid-American Conference, the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team and Central Michigan University did not disappoint.