The Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team concluded their 2022-23 season with a sixth-place finish at the 2023 Mid-American Conference Championship on Saturday, March 18.
Central Michigan won the whole competition for the second year in a row with a score of 196.525, runner-up Ball State recorded a team tally of 196.325, and Kent State finished in third with a score of 196.175.
The Eagles started the competition on the beam and finished with a score of 48.750. Sophomore Ella Chemotti recorded the top score with a 9.850 and finished in fifth place overall.
On the floor, the team earned a 48.975, and junior Anna Grace McCullough's 9.900 earned her fourth overall in the event.
In the meet's fifth rotation, EMU recorded a 48.425 on vault, and sophomore Alana Fisher recorded a 9.750 on the event, a team-best.
The Eagles finished the competition on bars, with a team tally of 49.025. Senior Hadyn Crossen recorded a career-high 9.900 and finished fourth overall.
Additionally, junior Trinity Macy and senior Hannah Hartung both recorded personal bests of 9.850 and 9.825 in the event.
EMU junior Raisa Boris earned recognition as the sole all-around performer for EMU with a 38.975 score for the day.
Now that the season is over, the Eagles are preparing for the NCAA selection show which will be on Monday, March 20, as it announces teams and individuals who will have an opportunity to compete at NCAA Regionals from March 29 through April 2.
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