GW Gymnastics to Host Yale for Annual Pink Meet on Thursday
March 7, 2012
WASHINGTON - The George Washington gymnastics team will compete in its second straight home meet at the Charles E. Smith Center on Thursday evening when the Colonials host the Yale Bulldogs at 7 p.m.
The meeting marks the first of two consecutive meets between the two teams. Both GW and Yale will participate in a quad meet at Towson on Saturday with the host Tigers and Penn.
GW is coming off a narrow dual-meet loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday at the annual Brownie & Girl Scout Meet. The two teams held nearly identical scores entering the third rotation but the Panthers pulled away for a 194.750-192.500 victory.
Junior Stephanie Stoicovy was one of three Colonials to set a career-high. Stoicovy finished on the all-around podium for the seventh time this season, aided by a personal best 9.925 on the floor exercise.
GW's season-high team score is 193.125 set on Feb. 4, while the Bulldogs scored a season-best 190.825 on Feb. 18.
The last time the two teams met was during the 2010 season when the Colonials edged Yale 192.100-188.700 at a quad meet hosted by the University of Maryland.
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