– The No. 10 University of Arkansas gymnastics team scored a 196.050 to beat Missouri with a 194.650 for the team’s first road score of the year.
Senior All-American Katherine Grable
led the team with her second all-around win of the young season, posting a 39.525 while collecting three more event titles on the season. Grable earned two routine scores of a 9.90 on the vault and the floor which she also claimed the event titles for.
The Razorbacks took the lead in the first rotation and never looked back. Arkansas scored a 49.075 on the vault, improving its season best rotation score with help form season best marks from senior Bailee Zumwalde
(9.775) and sophomore Heather Elswick
(9.75) as well as three 9.80 plus routines from seniors Scarlett Williams
(9.80), Grable (9.90) and freshman Amanda Wellick
Arkansas also improved their season best mark on the floor to a 49.025 with two routines of a 9.80 plus from Elswick with a 9.80 and Grable with a 9.90. Sophomore Sydnie Dillard
and freshman Samantha Nelson
also scored season best marks of 9.775 each.
Gymnast of the Meet – All-American Katherine Grable
-She posted two routines of 9.90’s on the vault and the floor to collect both event titles
-She scored a 39.525 in the All-Around to improve her season best mark
-collected three event titles for the meet on the vault, floor and all-around
-Scored a team best 9.875 on the Beam
What they said… co-head coach Mark Cook
About the meet…
“We came here tonight with the intention of scoring a 196.000 on the road and we did that,” co-head coach Mark Cook
said. “We made some errors tonight but we didn’t count any falls and we were really tenacious on the road which is what we want to be.”
About Grable’s performance…
“She is on fire this year,” Cook said. “She is on a mission to show why she is one of the best gymnasts in the country and she is proving that.’
What they said… All-American Katherine Grable
About her performance…
“It was a lot harder to compete on the road because the crowd was really different,” Grable said. “I really fed off the energy from my team and I felt really good tonight.”
About the team’s performance…
“It is great to get another 196.000,” Grable said. “I know we can do a lot better, so I know we have that to look forward to.”
-Arkansas scored a 196.000 plus for the second time this season.
-The Razorbacks improved their vault rotation score to a 49.075.
-The Razorbacks improved their floor rotation score to a 49.025.
-All-American Katherine Grable
scored a 39.525 in the all-around on her way to claiming three event titles
-Senior Shelby Salmon
won her second bars event title of the season with a 9.875.
-Sophomore Heather Elswick
set a new season best on the vault of a 9.75 and scored a 9.80 on the floor.
-Senior Bailee Zumwalde
scored a season best on the vault of 9.775.
-Freshman Amanda Wellick
improved her vault score to 9.85.
-The Razorbacks scored three routines of 9.80 plus on the vault with Williams (9.80), Wellick (9.85) and Grable (9.90).
-The Razorbacks scored two routines of 9.80 plus on the bars with Grable (9.85) and Salmon (9.875)
-Three Razorbacks scored 9.80 plus on the beam with Salmon (9.80), Dillard (9.85) and Grable (9.875)
- Two Razorbacks with 9.80 plus on the floor with Elswick (9.80) and Grable (9.90).
@RazorbackGYM post meet Tweetables (140 Charecters Or Less)
-The #Gymbacks scored a 196.050 to beat Mizzou in the second meet of the year #ALLIN #NeverYield
-All-American @KatherineGrable scored a 39.525 to win three event titles against Mizzou #ALLIN #NeverYield
-The #Gymbacks face Alabama next Friday on the road at 7 p,m. #ALLIN #neverYield
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The Razorbacks return to the gym at Alabama on Friday, Jan. 24 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The meet is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.