No. 29 Gymnastics Heads to UNH on Sunday
EAGL rivals to meet in dual meet at Wildcats' Lundholm Gymnasium
LEADING OFF: The No. 29 George Washington gymnastics team, off to a 6-2 start after the first three weeks of the season, travels to Durham, New Hampshire this weekend to go head-to-head with East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) rival UNH for a 1:00 p.m. matinee matchup on Sunday.
LAST TIME OUT: In the return to the site of their historic 2017 NCAA Regionals appearance, the Colonials found success once again in Morgantown when they took first-place with a season-high score of 195.575 last weekend at the WVU Coliseum. GW edged host West Virginia (195.400) and topped EAGL foe Towson (194.00).
EAGL RANKS: The Colonials currently sit third in the EAGL rankings with an average score of 194.892 and lead the conference on vault with a 48.967 average and 49.175 high, a mark that ranks 15th in the NCAA. GW also continues to show dominance on floor, following closely behind top-ranked North Carolina with a score of 48.992.
CAMI CAN VAULT: Senior co-captain Cami Drouin-Allaire, who earned All-America Vault honors as a freshman, continues to dazzle on the apparatus this season. She enters the weekend ranked first overall in the EAGL with an average routine of 9.875. Her 9.925 routine on Jan. 14 is also the best routine in the conference this season.
ACING THE ALL-AROUND: Through the first three weeks of competition, the Colonials have ranked in the top-five of the all-around in each meet and have swept the podium in back-to-back weekends. At the Lindsey Ferris Invitational, Jillian Winstanley took first place with a season-high 39.425 while Drouin-Allaire came in closely behind with a 39.400 and Alex Zois scored a 38.900. At West Virginia on Sunday, Drouin-Allaire earned her second all-around title of the season and cemented her position pacing the conference with a 39.225. Alex Zois earned second place honors with a career-high 39.125 and Winstanley scored a 39.100 to join her teammates on the podium for the second straight weekend.
#WeStandByYou: In light of recent events, the Colonials will wear purple ribbons on Sunday to show their support for those affected by sexual assault and abuse.
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