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Senior Danielle D’Elia competed in the floor exercise Saturday at the Livingston Recreation Center, where she performed a career-high score of 9.900. She led the Knights to a season-high score of 49.175 in the event. It was also the third-highest score on floor in program history.
When the Rutgers gymnastics team competes in a dual meet in Kent, Ohio, today, it hopes to seize what has eluded the Scarlet Knights all season: a road victory.
Sophomore Luisa?Leal recorded a 9.825 score on the balance beam, as did senior Emma-Rose Trentacosti and freshman Jenna Williams in Saturday’s quad meet at the Livingston Recreation Center. Rutgers’ score of 48.850 on the beam was the third best in school history.
Now that the Rutgers gymnastics team has hit the 195.000 score mark it sought all season, the biggest question mark becomes how the Scarlet Knights sustain the success and prove it was not a fluke.
Senior Danielle D’Elia competes on bars in the Knights’ quad meet Saturday.
Setting several career highs and compiling the third-highest team score in program history at 195.000, the Rutgers gymnastics team swept their home Alumni Meet on Saturday, besting Pittsburgh (194.625), Brown (191.850) and Southern Connecticut (188.525).
Senior Danielle D’Elia must lead Rutgers without one of its top gymnasts.
When the Rutgers gymnastics team left University Park, Pa., without a win Saturday, a collective feeling of an opportunity that slipped away lingered.
Head coach Louis Levine is likely to use junior Luisa Leal on the uneven bars and balance beam Saturday at home.
In the wake of a season-ending injury to a team captain Jan. 19, the Rutgers gymnastics team needed a spark — something to help soften the blow from the loss of senior Jenna Zito, a point-scorer and leader.
After the Rutgers gymnastics team’s home opener Jan. 12, when it barely notched a 48.000 overall score on floor exercise, it appeared as though some of the Scarlet Knights may have lost a step as performers.
Junior co-captain?Alexis Gunzelman said the Knights need to practice with more purpose after the team’s meet at Penn?State.
Rutgers head gymnastics coach Louis Levine said Thursday that last Saturday’s meet at Penn State would serve as a good barometer of where the team stands nationally. If nothing else, defeat at the hands of three big-name schools serves as proof for the Scarlet Knights (4-5, 0-2) that more work is in order for complete performances.
Junior Luisa Leal participated in her first meet since Jan. 20 after sustaining an undisclosed injury. Head coach Louis Levine put Leal on the vault.
The Rutgers gymnastics team traveled to University Park, Pa., Saturday knowing it would have to be at its best to compete with the most challenging field it has witnessed.
Senior co-captain Jenna Zito is out for the rest of the season, said head coach Louis Levine, after she suffered a pre-meet injury last weekend.
When the Rutgers gymnastics team treks to State College, Pa., for a quad meet with Penn State, Iowa and Pittsburgh tomorrow, there will be plenty of mixed emotions.
Senior co-captain Jenna Zito injured herself during warm-ups Saturday before Rutgers hosted a quad meet. The Knights have had to replace her production since.
Underclassmen have played a pivotal role early in the season in guiding the Rutgers gymnastics team through several of its key injuries.