Feb. 6, 2006
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MAC Gymnast of the Week
Sr. (Columbus, Ohio/Worthington Kilbourne)
Guyer finished third on the vault with a 9.725, tied for first on the beam (9.750) and won the floor with a 9.775.
Posted a score of 9.525 or higher on all four events and totaled 38.550 in the all-around at the State of Michigan Classic. Neel notched a 9.750 on the floor exercise, a 9.725 on the uneven bars, a 9.550 on the vault and a 9.525 on the balance beam. Her AA score was CMU's second-best of the season and placed her seventh overall in the meet.
Jr.(Orlando, Fla/Dr. Phillips)
Fuss finished sixth in the all-around title at the State of Michigan
Classic with a 38.575 total. Individually, Fuss finished tied for 10th
on the floor event with a season-high 9.800 while placing 15th on the
balance beam with a mark of 9.650. She also finished tied for 16th on
the uneven bars with a score 9.625 and placed 23rd on the vault with a
Fr.(Glenview, Ill./Glenbrook South)
While Bowling Green State literally had no all-around competition to challenge her, Northern Illinois freshman Leah Johnson put together yet another strong four-event performance by compiling a 38.075 composite. Included within were ties for first place on the balance beam (9.750) and vault (9.800) along with a seventh-place finish on floor (9.025) and 9th place showing on uneven bars (8.850).
MAC Specialist of the Week
Sr.(Champlain, Minn./Champlain Park)
Langley tied for first on the balance beam at the State of Michigan Classic with a 9.775, helping CMU to a third-place finish ahead of conference rivals Eastern and Western Michigan. Her 9.750 on the vault was a team-high, and her 9.850 on the floor exercise tied for the top spot on the team and contributed to CMU's 49.125 total as a team on the floor, the seventh-best team score on the event in the nation so far this season.
Swafford flipped her way to a career best on the vault and tied for third-place with a 9.725.
So.(Orlando, Fla/William R. Boone)
Worley turned in team-best finishes on the bars and the beam as the
team finished third and fourth respectively in those events. Worley
finished third on the balance beam with a mark of 9.750, the best
individual finish of any Eagle in the Classic. The Orlando native
finished just .025 behind Michigan's Kristen Coleman and Central
Michigan's Stephanie Langley, which turned in 9.775 scores. On the
bars, the 2005 Freshman of the Year placed seventh with a total of
Fr. (Smithville, MO/Smithville)
Naughton shared first place on the vault with 9.800, tied for third on balance beam at 9.700, and claimed fifth for the floor exercsie at 9.625.
Sturgis scored a 9.750 on the balance beam and placed third out of 30 gymnasts at the Michigan Classic this weekend while helping the Broncos to a fourth-place finish.