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Luisa Leal’s journey is nothing short of remarkable. The fifth-year senior’s story is one full of adversity and overwhelming odds but somehow, some way, she has overcome every single barrier she has faced.Leal grew up in Santigado de Cali, Columbia, but most people refer to the city by a simpler name, Cali.
Senior Luisa leal emigrated from Santiago de Cali, Colombia, in 2008. Head coach Louios Levine calls Leal an elite, world-class gymnast who works hard to get better.
Sophomore Claire Jones scored a 9.825 on the balance beam on Saturday. She has yet to score less than 9.800 this season.
Disappointment and anguish were written on the faces of nearly every competitor on the Rutgers gymnastics team after the public address announcer read aloud the results of Saturday’s Pink Quad Meet at the Livingston Gym.
Senior Luisa Leal says she is not looking past Maryland regardless of how many meets they have lost. Leal recognizes the need for the team to remain focused for their meet against Maryland Saturday.
Rutgers gymnastics will play host to Maryland, College of Ursinus, and Cornell in the Livingston Gym on Saturday afternoon at 1pm.
The Rutgers gymnastics team suffered yet another heartbreaking loss against No. 22 Ohio State on Sunday at St.
Despite Claire Jones' second consecutive performance on the beam with a 9.800 score, Rutgers fell to No. 22 Ohio State on the road.
Sophomore Claire Jones said she has a personal hatred for Ohio State, fueling the gymnast to knock-off the No.22 Buckeyes.
The gauntlet continues for the Rutgers gymnastics team this Sunday when it travels to take on No.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is right on the cusp of becoming the team it wants to be.The Scarlet Knights (5-5, 0-4 Big Ten) just needed a few better dismounts here and better landings there.
Frustrating is the best word to describe the quad meet hosted by the Rutgers gymnastics team on Saturday at the Livingston Gym.
Sophomore Claire Jones sticks the landing on the balance beam in this past Saturday’s quad meet at the Livingston Gym.
Senior Captain Emma Hoffman has set the tone for her teammates this season setting personal bests in the vault with a 9.900 and a 9.800 on the floor.
After picking up two victories against Southern Connecticut State and Brockport last weekend, the Rutgers gymnastics team looks to continue its winning roll into Saturday’s Blackout meet.
The Rutgers gymnastics team had a near victory over another top-10 gymnastics program on Saturday, but let the chance slip through its fingers.
The Rutgers gymnastics team hosts its first home meet in the 2015 season on Saturday, Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. in the Livingston Gym against No. 6 Nebraska, Brockport and Southern Connecticut.
Senior captain Luisa Leal is eager to perform in front of the home crowd in the second to last meet of the team’s season. Leal has averaged a 9.788 on the vault and a 9.725 on the beam this season.
Senior captain Emma Hoffman hopes to lead the Knights to a strong season. With the first taste of Big Ten conference play coming soon, Rutgers strives to make the necessary improvements to compete.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is facing one of the toughest challenges in program history this season: adjusting to the competition in the Big Ten Conference.