No. 11 Minnesota Remains Undefeated With 196.000 at Best of Minnesota


 196.000 184.975 184.675 177.450

 Feb. 16, 2013

 Team Scores
 Team Events Score
 Minnesota Vault 49.175
  Bars 48.450
  Beam 49.150
  Floor 49.225
 Winona State Vault 47.075
  Bars 46.025
  Beam 45.050
  Floor 46.825
 Hamline Vault 47.150
  Bars 43.900
  Beam 47.050
  Floor 46.575
 Gustavus Vault 46.050
  Bars 40.975
  Beam 47.050
  Floor 46.575
 Gopher Event Leaders
 Event Gymnast Score
 Vault Kayla Slechta
1st Overall
 Bars Janell Campbell
1st Overall
 Beam Dusti Russell
1st Overall
 Floor Lindsay Mable
1st Overall
 All-Around Jenny Covers
1st Overall
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MINNEAPOLIS – The 11th-ranked University of Minnesota women’s gymnastics team remained one of just three undefeated teams nationally, as it improved to 12-0 by winning its annual Best of Minnesota/Always Dreaming Invitational at the Sports Pavilion on Saturday evening.

Minnesota (12-0, 4-0 Big Ten) finished with a team total of 196.000 points to outdistance the state of Minnesota’s three other women’s gymnastics programs – Winona State (184.975), Hamline (184.675) and Gustavus Adolphus (177.450)

With the victory, the Golden Gophers remained one of three undefeated teams, along with No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 4 UCLA.

The Gophers opened with a 49.175 on vault, as junior Kayla Slechta scored a meet-best 9.925, while freshman Lindsay Mable had a personal-best 9.875 and sophomore Jenny Covers scored a 9.850.

On uneven bars, Minnesota was led by senior Janell Campbell’s 9.875, while junior Dusti Russell made her 2013 debut with a 9.775. Covers and freshman Madie Hanley each also had 9.775, as Minnesota scored a team total of 48.450 and led by four full points with a 97.625 after the second rotation.

Russell won balance beam in her return to the lineup, scoring a 9.875. Senior Shannon Golich and Mable tied for second with scores of 9.850, while junior Justine Cherwink was fourth with a 9.800.

Minnesota wrapped up the victory with a 49.225 on floor exercise, as Mable tied her career-high with a 9.925 and Schermann followed with a 9.900.

Covers won the all-around title with a 39.125, with Mable taking second (38.750) despite a fall on bars.

The Gophers will now hit the road for their next three meets, beginning with a trip to Iowa for meets at Iowa and Iowa State next weekend. Minnesota faces the Hawkeyes on Friday, Feb. 22, at 7:00 p.m., before traveling to Ames for a meet with the Cyclones on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2:00 p.m.





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