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GW Gymnastics Totals 191.650 at Kentucky Tri-Meet

Junior Stephanie Stoicovy scored a career-high 9.775 on the balance beam on Sunday afternoon at Kentucky.

 
Junior Stephanie Stoicovy scored a career-high 9.775 on the balance beam on Sunday afternoon at Kentucky.
 

March 11, 2012

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The George Washington gymnastics team competed in its second meet in 65 hours on Sunday afternoon, totaling 191.650 at Kentucky's tri-meet with Ball State.

Junior Stephanie Stoicovy and sophomore Betsy Zander each landed on the all-around podium to lead the Colonials. Stoicovy earned second place with 38.625 while Zander used a season-high 38.575 to clinch third.

As a team the Colonials scored 48.250 on vault, 47.375 on uneven bars, 47.550 on balance beam and 48.475 on floor exercise.

Stoicovy finished in fourth place on balance beam with a career-high 9.775. She added 9.750 on the floor exercise, 9.600 on vault and 9.500 on uneven bars for her eighth appearance on the all-around podium this season.

Sophomore Taylor Henderson paced the Colonials on both vault and uneven bars with 9.700 and 9.650, respectively.

The Colonials were narrowly edged by Ball State (191.725) for second place by a margin of .075. Kentucky won the meet with 196.025.

The Colonials return to action on Friday when they visit Towson for a tri-meet with Penn at 7 p.m.

 

 

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