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Coming off of a win over the defending Mid-American Champions, Central Michigan University Chippewas in the Michigan/Illinois Challenge. The Eastern Michigan gymnastics team (6-1) returns home Saturday to take on the Kent State Flashes (2-3). The Eagles look to remain unbeaten at home and the meet is scheduled for 4pm.
Coming off of a big win in the Michigan/Illinois Challenge, the Eastern Michigan Gymnastics team moved up when the NCAA weekly rankings were released this morning. The Eagles have moved up to 29th in the nation and maintained the first spot in the Mid-American Conference.
After losing to the Chippewas on Jan. 17, the Eagles were able to outscore them for the first time since 2008. At the Michigan/Illinois Challenge, the Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team came out on top to beat Central Michigan University, University of Illinois-Chicago and Illinois State University. The Eagles and Chippewas also paired up to take down the Illinois teams.
The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team dominated their meet Saturday against Bowling Green University. The Eagles led in every event and the final score was 195.25 to 192.425. This was the first time since 2004 that the gymnastics team scored more than 195 points. With this victory the Eagles are now 3-1 overall and 1-1 in conference.
The weekly gymnastics rankings were released by the NCAA today. Last week the Eagles were ranked 24th in the nation following a team score of 193.925. This week, the Eagles dropped to 31st in the nation and remained 1st in the Mid-American Conference following a 194.575 meet in Mt. Pleasant.
After being ranked 24th in the nation Jan. 12, Eastern Michigan University's gymnastics team scored 194.575 in the tri-meet with Central Michigan University and Seattle Pacific University on Saturday. The Eagles were able to beat SPU who scored 187.250, but fell to their MAC rival, who scored 195.875.
Eastern Michigan University’s gymnastics team broke into the national spotlight being ranked as one of the top 25 programs in the country on Jan. 12.
The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team kicked off its 2015 season with a win over Temple University Friday night. The Eagles ended the night with a 193.925 over Temple’s 187.2.
The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team has been busy over break getting ready for the upcoming season. The 2015 season starts at the Convocation Center Friday, and the team’s first MAC meet is Jan. 17.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team competed against the University of Michigan in an exhibition Sunday afternoon. The Eagles finished with a 196.150-192.4 loss against the Wolverines.
As the 2015 Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team prepares for its season, which starts in January, it will have an exhibition meet against the University of Michigan this Sunday, Dec. 7, at Crisler Center. The exhibition is at 2 p.m. and is free to the public.
Eastern Michigan University announced Tuesday the hiring of Jay Santos as gymnastics coach, replacing Steve Wilce who retired in April.
After spending the last 32 seasons as Eastern Michigan University gymnastics coach, Steve Wilce announced Tuesday, his retirement effective July 1, 2014.
Eastern Michigan University junior gymnast Anna Willette finished tied for 39th out of 42 on the balance beam at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regional inside the Maravich Center on the campus of the Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team ended its season on Saturday with a sixth place finish in the Mid-American Conference Championships at the Convocation Center with a score of 193.850.
The motivation of doing well drove Eastern Michigan University Anna Willette gymnast to succeed in every meet this season.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team won its season finale on Friday beating Ball State University 194.075-193.600.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team came in second at the Eagle Invitational on Saturday, losing only to Northern Illinois University 195.100-194.900.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team lost a close match Saturday to the Air Force Academy 193.825-193.575.
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