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Frustrating is the best word to describe the quad meet hosted by the Rutgers gymnastics team on Saturday at the Livingston Gym. The Scarlet Knights earned second place, posting 194.350 and fell short of beating No. 21 Michigan State by six-tenths of a point.
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.
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.
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 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.
Fresh off its best season in program history, the Rutgers gymnastics team welcomes one of its best recruiting classes ever.
Gymnastics head coach Louis Levine said he is expecting much from his talented incoming freshmen class this season.
Senior Emma Hoffman will be leaned on heavily for leadership this season for RU.
For many coaches, the toughest part about an end to a successful season is the task of psychologically preparing a team for the impending offseason, especially after losing some of its best players.
Senior gymnast Alexis Gunzelman ended her career at the NCAA Championships.
While the final result was not what she wanted, senior Alexis Gunzelman finished her career as the top all-around gymnast in program history after competing last Friday at nationals in Birmingham, Ala.
Senior Alexis Gunzelman has upgraded her bar sets in order to increase the difficulty of her routine for nationals. She is the first Knight to qualify since 2002.
The Rutgers gymnastics team saw its season finish at the conclusion of the NCAA Regionals on April 5, but for one gymnast, her season continues this weekend.
Freshman Claire Jones consistently appeared in the lineups on balance beam and floor exercise for the Knights this season.
The Rutgers gymnastics team wanted to break a score of 196.000 this season. The Scarlet Knights wanted to earn their first NCAA Regionals bid since 2007. The Knights aimed to place well at the EAGL Championships.
The Rutgers gymnastics team gained valuable postseason experience Saturday at the NCAA Regionals in Athens, Ga., earning a program-high 193.750 score to finish sixth behind Michigan, Georgia, Central Michigan, Ohio State and North Carolina State.
Junior Emma Hoffman said Rutgers has worked on improving the smaller details ahead of the team’s first regionals since 2007.