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Coming off of a banner year in which the Rutgers gymnastics team earned a spot at USA Nationals, the Scarlet Knights will once again look to exceed expectations.
The Rutgers gymnastics team announced its 2011 season schedule yesterday, revealing an opening meet Jan. 8 against New Hampshire in Durham, N.H.
Sophomore Jenna Zito competes in the all-around for the Scarlet Knights, averaging a score of 37.743 and topping 38 five times with a season-high 38.475.
When the Rutgers gymnastics team's season began in January, head coach Chrystal Chollet-Norton was content to declare her team's goal of merely getting to USA Nationals. As the season went on, it became clear that her goal was less aggressive than the Scarlet Knights' skill level allowed for.
Laura Sevarino earned Senor Athlete of the Year and All-American honors as the Knights placed fourth at USA'Nationals this past weekend, participating in all four events.
Junior Erica Gerlach earned All-American accolades after finishing third overall following a 9.625 performance on the bars.
This season has been a struggle for a single goal for the Rutgers gymnastics team. From the start of the season, head coach Chrystal Chollet-Norton and her team had their sights set on one objective, getting to nationals as a team. On Wednesday, that goal will be realized.
Head coach Chrystal Chollet-Norton's team heads to nationals for the first time since 2007, fulfilling the team's largest goal.
The Rutgers gymnastics team closed out their season Saturday in New Hampshire at the Eastern Atlantic Gymnastics League Championships. The Scarlet Knights finished with a score of 187.650 and ended competition with an eighth place finish.
Freshman Nicole Roman, top, performed well in the EAGL'Championships, but classmate'Jenna Zito stole the show and earned Second Team All-Around honors in the conference.
After a trip to North Carolina last weekend that seemed cursed from the start, the Rutgers gymnastics team looks to rebound in New Hampshire. This weekend, the Scarlet Knights compete in the Eastern Atlantic Gymnastic League Championships.
In the moments prior to a gymnastics meet at the Livingston Recreation Center, the team huddles up and repeatedly chants "R House." That chant is both an assertion of their home gym advantage but also an acknowledgement of how important the building is to the whole team.
Senior Alyssa Lewandowski earned a career-high 9.800 on the floor exercise in her Senior Night match during Spring Break.
Prishani Seebadri celebrated her Senior Night at the Livingston Recreation Center after knee injuries threatened her career.
For most students, Spring Break is a carefree time. Going to a warm location is the sole focus. For the Rutgers gymnastics team, relaxation was not possible, but it was a rewarding break nonetheless. During the week off, the Scarlet Knights participated in two meets, winning one of them.
Senior Laura Sevarino capped her home career with the Knights by earning a season-high 9.775 on the beam against Townson and Yale.
The Rutgers gymnastics team finished second to host Cornell on Saturday despite a season-high score of 190.950. Unfortunately for the Scarlet Knights, Cornell delivered score of 192.675 — a season-best as well. RU defeated Brockport who finished third with a score of 188.250.
Senior Laura Sevarino led the Knights with a 9.750 on the beam, an event that had four RU athletes finish in the top five.