Gymnastics Places Second at Pittsburgh Tri-Meet
Colonials finish runner-up to host Panthers with a score of 192.625
March 6, 2005
PITTSBURGH, PA - The George Washington University gymnastics team finished with a team total of 192.625 to place second behind East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) member Pittsburgh on Saturday, March 5, in a tri-meet at the Fitzgerald Field House. The host Panthers edged the Colonials with a total of 192.675 to claim first in their final home meet of the season, while Wilson College placed third at 168.650.
GW (10-11, 1-4 EAGL) returns to action when it hosts the Colonial Classic on Saturday, March 12, at 1:00 p.m. The Colonials welcome James Madison, Kentucky, Yale and New Hampshire to Smith Center.
(Full recap and results to follow)
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