The Eastern Michigan gymnastics team’s season finished Friday night as sophomore Rachel Slocum competed at NCAA Nationals in Fort Worth, Texas.
After a long and thrilling season, the Eastern Michigan gymnastics team’s season came to a wrap Saturday night after the finished fourth in the Ann Arbor NCAA Regional in Crisler Arena.
The 2016 NCAA Gymnastics Selection Show has come and gone and the Eastern Michigan gymnastics team learned they were placed in the Ann Arbor Regional, which takes place on April 2 at 6 p.m.
The historic season of the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team continued Saturday afternoon as they won the Mid-American Conference championship with a 196.425 in Muncie, Ind.
The Mid-American Conference announced the women’s gymnastics All-MAC first and second teams Wednesday afternoon. Among the winners were Eastern Michigan sophomores Kendall Valentin and Rachel Slocum on the first team and Catie Conrad on the second team. The teams were decided by regional qualifying scores on each event, along with all-around scores.
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In her final meet at the Convocation Center, Eastern Michigan senior gymnast Kimberly Ebeyer contributed to the Eagles’ second highest team score in program history with a 196.250 Thursday night.
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It was a tough end of the night for the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team as they recorded their worst beam score of the season, having to count two falls while losing to Kent State University, 195.025-194.025, Friday night in Kent, Ohio.
After a sluggish start in the first two events, the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics refocused and tied Ohio State University at 195.800 and defeated the University of Pittsburgh in a tri-meet in Columbus Saturday afternoon.