Minnesota Scores Season High at Best of Minnesota

Feb. 11, 2012



  Vault Bars Beam Floor Total
 Minnesota 48.725 48.775 48.925 49.000 195.425
 Winona St. 46.775 44.150 44.850 46.225 182.000
 Hamline 46.150 43.300 43.225 45.125 177.800
 Gustavus 45.700 38.175 43.025 45.750 172.650

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 Event Leaders
 Event  Gymnast  Score
 Vault  Jenny Covers (UM)  9.80
 Bars  Lucy Ennis (UM)  9.850
 Beam  Shannon Golich (UM)  9.875
 Floor  Kayla Slechta (UM)  9.850
   Dusti Russell (UM)  9.850
 AA  Kayla Slechta (UM)  39.200
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The University of Minnesota women's gymnastics team showcased why they are the best in Minnesota Saturday by scoring a season-best score of 195.425 at the annual Best of Minnesota meet. The Gophers were guided by sophomore Kayla Slechta, who tied three season-best scores and set a new all around superlative of 39.200.

Minnesota began the meet with a solid performance on vault, scoring a 48.725. The Gophers were led by freshman Jenny Covers, who tied a personal best score of 9.800. Coming in second and third, respectively, was Slechta with a 9.775 and freshman Cierra Tomson with a 9.750.

The Gophers continued their dominance as they headed into the second rotation on uneven bars. Senior Lucy Ennis was the meet's top performer in the event with a season-best score of 9.850. She was followed by Slechta, who tied a season best of 9.775, and Tomson, who tallied a 9.750. Minnesota ended the rotation with a score of 48.775, which is a season best on the event.

The Maroon and Gold followed their season-best score on bars with another season-best performance coming on balance beam, scoring a 48.925. Junior Shannon Golich put together an impressive routine for Minnesota and tallied a season-best score of 9.875. Slechta and fellow sophomore Dusti Russell were next in line as they each posted a 9.800, which tied a personal best for Slechta. Senior Briana Jones also had a solid routine as she set a new personal best with a 9.775.

Minnesota closed out the meet with having a trio of Gophers score a 9.800 or higher on floor while the team combined to tally a 49.000. Slechta and Russell tied for the meet high score as they each had a 9.850, which tied a season best for Slechta. Freshman Kylie Schermann rounded out the top three by tying her personal-best score of 9.800.

In the all around, Slechta claimed the crown with a personal-best score of 39.200 while Russell came in second and tied a career best of 39.025. Freshman Cierra Tomson rounded out the top three with a score of 38.850.

The Gophers are back in action at home next weekend as they host Big Ten newcomer No. 8-ranked Nebraska. The two foes will face off Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Sports Pavilion. The meet will not be available through Gopher All-Access because the Big Ten Network will be filming the meet, which will be shown at a later date on BTN.




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