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Big Ten Championships are around the corner, and the Rutgers gymnastics team has only two weeks left to finalize its lineups. For some of the Scarlet Knights, this will be their biggest meet of the season, but their hope is to get the entire team through to NCAA regionals afterwards.
For its first set of back-to-back competitions this season, the Rutgers gymnastics team showed zero signs of faltering from one meet to the next.
Senior team captain Jenna Rizkalla, who posted two 9.900s, led the Rutgers gymnastics team to a third-place finish in New Hampshire with a team score of 194.625. The host Wildcats won the meet with 196.000.
Training for one event in collegiate gymnastics takes hours of perfection. Training for all four events is another challenge in itself. For senior captain Michelle Amoresano on the Rutgers gymnastics team, competing in the all-around has become routine for her.
Competing on podium at the Big Five Meet, the Rutgers gymnastics team snuck past No. 22 Ohio State to tally a team score of 194.650 for fourth place against some of the top teams in the nation. No. 8 Michigan climbed to the top of the leaderboard with a 197.750 score.
The Rutgers gymnastics team will travel to Toledo, Ohio for the Big Five Meet against No. 8 Michigan, No. 14 Minnesota, No. 22 host Ohio State and Illinois. The competition, also known as the Elevate the Stage meet, will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Reaching above the 194 mark in 4 of the last 5 weeks, the Rutgers gymnastics team was unable to come out on top against Michigan State in East Lansing, Michigan on Saturday afternoon. The Scarlet Knights put together a score of 194.100, falling to the Spartans' 195.425.
After one of the most successful nights in program history, the Rutgers gymnastics team is ready to take on its next Big Ten foe in East Lansing, Michigan. The Scarlet Knights will compete against Michigan State on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Competing against Penn State in front of a packed Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) of 2,043, the Rutgers gymnastics team left everything out on its routines Saturday night to beat the No. 25 Nittany Lions and post the second-highest overall team score in the program's history.
Building off of its highest total score of the season, the Rutgers gymnastic team will take on Big Ten foe No. 25 Penn State on Saturday at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
In its highest overall score of the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team put its best routines forward, but couldn’t quite match Maryland at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Saturday. The Scarlet Knights tightened up on their details to record a team score of 194.600 while the Terrapins came in slightly ahead with a 195.275.
If there’s one thing that’s key in gymnastics, it’s sharpening up on details. That is the focus this week for the Rutgers gymnastics team in the hopes of defeating Big Ten competition this weekend.
In the second Big Ten competition of the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team couldn’t defeat Iowa over the weekend. Recording an overall score of 191.625, the Scarlet Knights fell to the Hawkeyes’ total score of 194.575.
Coming off of a stellar home opener in Piscataway, N.J. last weekend, the Rutgers gymnastics team is looking to dominate in Iowa City as the Scarlet Knights compete against Iowa on Saturday at 5 p.m.
The home opener for the Rutgers gymnastics team was lit up this past weekend at the Livingston Recreation Center. The Scarlet Knights hosted a dual meet against No. 15 Nebraska and boasted a score of 194.325 in a close battle that fell short of the Huskers’ score of 194.850.
The things that will be giving Rutgers' campus some life over the coming break are the hard-working athletes, coaches and faculty of the Athletics department. While the semester comes to a close, the winter sports season will be in full swing as the Scarlet Knights will host several high-profile sporting events before classes resume on Jan. 22.
On Tuesday, the Rutgers Athletic Department announced Rutgers gymnastics head coach Louis Levine will not be returning next year.
After collecting its first victory of the season last week over Towson, Ursinus and Western Michigan, the Rutgers gymnastics team will aim to keep its winning streak alive during a busy upcoming weekend with two meets scheduled.
The Rutgers gymnastics team finally broke through for its first win of the season on Saturday, beating Towson, Ursinus and Western Michigan after putting up a season-best 194.800, sweeping all four events.
Coming off its tough loss against No. 16 Auburn last Friday, the Rutgers gymnastics team heads back to Piscataway this Saturday to host a quad meet at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).