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Coming off of a 194 performance at Ohio State last week, the Rutgers gymnastics team competed at home one final time this season in front of a sellout crowd at the Livingston Recreation Center while also honoring its seniors against Maryland, Penn and Yale.
The Rutgers gymnastics team went into Ohio State filled with confidence, and rightly so. It was coming off its second Big Ten win in three years against Michigan State and its scores were beginning to improve week by week.
Fresh off of only its second Big Ten win in three years, the Rutgers gymnastics team heads to Columbus, Ohio on Saturday to take on another Big Ten rival, Ohio State, for a 4 p.m.
After a rather sluggish start to the season, the Rutgers gymnastics
team has kicked into third gear and is riding a huge wave of momentum,
which was evident to the home crowd on Saturday night at the Rutgers
Athletic Center (RAC).After only their second Big Ten win in
three years and their first time beating Michigan State, the Scarlet
Knights (8-4, 1-2) walked away with a first-place finish ahead of the
Spartans, Ursinus and Cornell.
When it’s over, it’s over.As she was set to embark on the final stage of her journey, Father Time came knocking on senior Luisa Leal’s door Saturday evening. Although the regular season had ended two weeks ago, Leal was able to extend her career just a little bit longer.The fifth-year senior had qualified for the NCAA Regionals on vault, an apparatus in which she has excelled throughout her career as a gymnast on the Rutgers gymnastics team.
Senior Luisa Leal closed her career at Rutgers with a 9.8 in the vault while competing in the NCAA Regionals in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Evan BrunoStaff WriterLuisa Leal will don
her Rutgers gymnastics gear for one last time this Saturday.The fifth year senior
will compete in the NCAA Regionals for the fourth time in her career and hopes
to put on a show for her final performance.
When the Rutgers gymnastics team finally set out for Ann Arbor, Michigan, to compete in the Big Ten Championships, the results were mixed.The Scarlet Knights’ results of the meet reflects the team’s season as a whole — close but not close enough.“We got to see some of the best gymnastics in the world and know where we need to be,” said head coach Louis Levine.
Freshman Elizabeth Groden with compete alongside senior Luisa Leal and junior Jenna Williams at the Morgantown Regional of the NCAA Tournament, April 3-5.
With the lights turned out, music blasting and fog machines blowing, the Rutgers gymnastics team emerged from the darkness ready for a fight.Four seniors, Luisa Leal, Emma Hoffman, Sara Skammer, and Anastasia Halbig ran through the red smoke to take the floor one last time in Piscataway.
Emma Hoffman stick the landing at the end of her routine Saturday night at the RAC. The senior co-captain notched a 9.875 in the floor exercise.
Senior gymnast Luisa Leal will compete at home for the last time at the RAC. Leal, a native of Cali, Colombia will have her mother in attendance for the first time in her career on Senior Night.
On Friday evening, the Rutgers gymnastics team posted a 194.850 team total to finish second in a quad meet at Towson University.
After Luisa LEal's performance over the weekend, head coach Louis Levine said he was impressed with the senior captain's versatility in the events.
A sense of confidence has been present all week at the Livingston Gym, the home of the Rutgers Gymnastics team.
Senior captain Luisa Leal and the Knights strive to improve their balance beam routine when they compete at the Towson quad meet.
Senior Jenna Williams scored a 9.875 on the uneven bars for Rutgers in their loss to North Carolina Friday's quad-meet hosted by North Carolina State in Raleigh.
The Rutgers gymnastics team had a rough road trip this weekend. The Scarlet Knights suffered five defeats to just one victory.The Knights (8-12, 0-7) kicked off their road trip Friday at Reynolds Coliseum on the campus of North Carolina State.
Emma Hoffman likes her team's chances in a vigorous weekend. The senior eyes Rutgers' first Big Ten win against Maryland.
The Rutgers gymnastics team has a busy weekend ahead of itself.The Scarlet Knights (7-7, 0-6) flies to Raleigh, North Carolina, to compete against North Carolina State, Kent State and North Carolina at 7 p.m. on Friday evening.Rutgers then takes a near seven-hour bus ride up to Morgantown, West Virginia, for a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. featuring the Mountaineers, Big Ten foe Maryland and No. 25 New Hampshire.