FAYETTEVILLE – After winning the all-around title for the fifth time this season on Friday, Arkansas junior All-American Jaime Pisani has moved up in the GymInfo national individual rankings for this week.
Pisani, from Ringwood, N.J., won the all-around, vault and floor titles in Friday’s home met against No. 28 Brigham Young. She moved up from No. 12 to No. 6 in the nation in the all-around, from No. 5 to No. 3 on floor and from No. 35 to a tie for No. 18 on vault.
In the team rankings, Arkansas dropped from No. 12 to a tie for No. 15. The Razorbacks have an average score of 195.179 for the season.
Arkansas (4-3, 4-1) had won four straight meets before falling to BYU on Friday, 195.10-195.025.
In the individual events, Arkansas is No. 15 in the country on vault, No. 18 on bars, No. 14 on beam and tied for No. 8 on floor.
In the South Central Region rankings, Arkansas is No. 4 overall, and No. 3 on all four events.
Individually, freshman Katherine Grable joins Pisani in the national rankings. The Oshkosh, Wis., native is tied for No. 17 on floor and is No. 25 in the all-around. Grable also moved up after ranking No. 38 in the all-around a week ago.
In the regional rankings, Pisani is No. 1 in the all-around, Grable is No. 5 and sophomore Jordan Salsberg is No. 7.
On vault, Pisani is No. 6, Grable tied for No. 17, Salsberg No. 22 and sophomore Amanda Siebert No. 25.
On bars, Pisani is tied for No. 10, Salsberg tied for No. 18 and freshman Shelby Salmon tied for No. 27.
On beam, Grable is No. 14, Pisani No. 15, and Salsberg and freshman Scarlett Williams tied for No. 16.
On floor, Pisani is No. 1, Grable tied for No. 6 and freshman Baliee Zumwalde No. 25.
In the regional rankings, Salsberg jumped up from No. 14 to No. 7 in the all-around.
The Razorbacks are home again this Friday when they entertain No. 1 Florida at 7 p.m. in Barnhill Arena.