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As the Rutgers gymnastics team reaches the midpoint of its season, the clock is ticking for the Scarlet Knights to step up in a B1G way on the mat. Rutgers will head to Toledo, Ohio, to compete at the Big Five meet on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Center.
Competing in a pair of matches over the weekend, the Rutgers tennis team fell 5-2 to Maryland in its Big Ten opener on Friday but came back around for a clutch 4-3 win against Penn the following day.
Although the Rutgers gymnastics team didn’t clinch the win at its home meet this past weekend, its seniors stole the show with three event titles against Michigan State. The Scarlet Knights totaled a team score of 193.800, but weren’t able to surpass the Spartans’ mark of 195.675.
For its third consecutive road match over the past two weeks, the Rutgers gymnastics team went out with a bang. The Scarlet Knights posted their second-highest and top-five overall team score while competing away against Penn State. The total score of 195.700 also marks the team’s highest mark it's reached this season.
From hardships to highlights, the Rutgers gymnastics team is still fighting strong in the early half of its season. The Scarlet Knights (1-1, 1-1) will go up against Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania at 7 p.m. on Friday.
A school record and a stellar beam lineup highlighted the Rutgers gymnastics team for its away meets against Michigan and Penn over the weekend. The Scarlet Knights (1-0) fell to the No. 9 (4-0-0, 2-0) Wolverines on Friday, posting a team score of 192.950, but came back around to record a 193.575 against the Quakers on Sunday.
Two weeks into the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team is already breaking records. The Scarlet Knights started off the year with their highest season-opening score since 2014 and only look like they’re going up from there.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is having its best start to the season since 2014, and it doesn’t look like the Scarlet Knights are slowing down anytime soon.
When there is change, you can either embrace it or run away from it. The Rutgers gymnastics team learned last year what change can do to a team that embraces a shift in leadership. Head coach Umme Salim-Beasley walked in with an entirely new staff and a vision to make the Scarlet Knights rise from the bottom of the Big Ten.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team prepares for its second season under head coach Umme Salim-Beasley, the Scarlet Knights chose two seniors, Shannon Farrell and Kaitlyn Hall, to be captains for the 2019-2020 season.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team stayed in New Jersey, sophomore Belle Huang ventured out into uncharted territory to compete at the NCAA Regionals hosted by the University of Georgia over the weekend.
A humble being whose actions speak louder than words. If sophomore Belle Huang was described in one sentence, that would be it.
Flying into University Park, Pennsylvania, the Rutgers gymnastics team was ready to send shockwaves through the Big Ten. But, the conference championships for the Scarlet Knights didn’t go as planned and the team was sent packing in last with a 194.175.
Big Ten Championships are around the corner, and the Rutgers gymnastics team has only two weeks left to finalize its lineups. For some of the Scarlet Knights, this will be their biggest meet of the season, but their hope is to get the entire team through to NCAA regionals afterwards.
For its first set of back-to-back competitions this season, the Rutgers gymnastics team showed zero signs of faltering from one meet to the next.
Senior team captain Jenna Rizkalla, who posted two 9.900s, led the Rutgers gymnastics team to a third-place finish in New Hampshire with a team score of 194.625. The host Wildcats won the meet with 196.000.
Training for one event in collegiate gymnastics takes hours of perfection. Training for all four events is another challenge in itself. For senior captain Michelle Amoresano on the Rutgers gymnastics team, competing in the all-around has become routine for her.
Competing on podium at the Big Five Meet, the Rutgers gymnastics team snuck past No. 22 Ohio State to tally a team score of 194.650 for fourth place against some of the top teams in the nation. No. 8 Michigan climbed to the top of the leaderboard with a 197.750 score.
The Rutgers gymnastics team will travel to Toledo, Ohio for the Big Five Meet against No. 8 Michigan, No. 14 Minnesota, No. 22 host Ohio State and Illinois. The competition, also known as the Elevate the Stage meet, will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Reaching above the 194 mark in 4 of the last 5 weeks, the Rutgers gymnastics team was unable to come out on top against Michigan State in East Lansing, Michigan on Saturday afternoon. The Scarlet Knights put together a score of 194.100, falling to the Spartans' 195.425.