No. 17 Gymnastics Tops Field With Season-High 196.825

March 4, 2018

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WASHINGTON -- In its return to the Charles E. Smith Center for the first time in over a month, the No. 17 George Washington gymnastics squad earned a season-high 196.825 to top the field at its Brownie & Girl Scout meet on Sunday afternoon. The 196.825 is only .05 away from the program record team score set in 2015.

Maryland finished behind the Colonials with 195.825, East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) foe Towson took third with 195.250, and Rutgers came in fourth at 193.550.

GW's season-high performance came behind team scores of 49.150 on vault, 49.175 on uneven bars, 49.275 on balance beam, and 49.225 on floor exercise. The Colonials remain undefeated in the conference with a perfect 4-0 record and improve to 38-1 in the Smith Center dating back to the 2015 season.

In the all-around, Cami Drouin-Allaire broke her career-high score for the third-straight meet with a conference-high 39.600, an all-around score that ranks second in program history. The Shoreham, New York, native finished the day on the podium in all four events. Jillian Winstanley also had a solid day, taking second in the all-around with a 39.425.

The Colonials started the meet off on vault, where they continued to prove why they're eighth in the nation on vault with a team score of 49.150. Drouin-Allaire matched her season-high with a 9.925 to earn first place honors while fellow-captain Winstanley scored a 9.875 to take second. Liz Pfeiler finished with a 9.800, and Alex Zois and Sara Mermelstein earned 9.775s to round out the score for GW's first event of the day.

GW then moved to bars, where they posted a season-high score of 49.175. Drouin-Allaire continued to raise the bar, surpassing her career-high 9.875 from last week, with a tied-for-first score of 9.900. Winstanley matched her season-high 9.875 to take third, Pfieler posted a 9.825, Julia McLaughlin broke her season-high with a 9.800, and Hannah Cohen finished with a 9.775 in her bars debut in the Smith Center.

On beam, the Colonials once again surpassed their season-high with a team score of 49.275. Pfeiler led the way with a first place 9.900 performance while Drouin-Allaire and Winstanley posted identical 9.875s to finish in a tie for second place. Cohen also had a stellar performance on beam, earning a 9.825, and Mermelstein finished with a 9.800 to round out the GW score.

GW's final rotation came on floor, with the squad earing a 49.225. Drouin-Allaire posted a team-high 9.900 to finish tied for first, while Zois and Seibold scored matching 9.850s to join Drouin-Allaire on the podium in third. Cydney Crasa posted a 9.825, and Winstanley earned a 9.800 to close the day out on floor.

LOOK AHEAD: The Colonials will be back in the Smith Center next Sunday at 1 p.m. to host West Virginia and EAGL rival Pittsburgh for Senior Day.



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