After its second week of competition, the George Washington gymnastics team remains nationally ranked on both vault and floor exercise.
The Colonials are currently ranked 13th in the nation on floor exercise and tied for 23rd on vault.
Additionally, freshman Chelsea Raineri and senior Kiera Kenney are individually ranked among the top-30 on the vault and uneven bars, respectively.
GW is averaging a team score of 49.013 on floor exercise. The average leads the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) and ranks 13th in the country, being the only non-Pac 12, Big 12, Big 10 or SEC school ranked in the top-15.
On vault, the Colonials are tied for 23rd in the country with an average of 48.750. Raineri, the reigning EAGL Co-Rookie of the Week, scored a 9.90 on Friday, which stands as the second-best routine in program history. The Telford, Pa., native is tied for first in the EAGL and tied for 22nd in the nation as an individual, averaging 9.875 per routine after the first two meets.
Kenney, a senior from Warrington, Pa., scored a career-high 9.875 on uneven bars and won the event for the second week in a row last Friday at Kent State's Quad Meet. She currently leads the EAGL and is tied for 22ndin Division I with an average of 9.850 thus far this season.
GW is idle this weekend and returns to action on February 2 at a tri-meet with West Virginia and Rutgers.