by David F.P.
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(Additional Note: MSU at the time was coached by Kathie Klages, who has become an infamous figure for turning a blind eye (and worse) towards Larry Nassar’s crimes. Obviously none of us knew of this at the time.)
DURHAM, NH- The UNH Wildcats hosted their annual invitational and Michigan State, Brown, and Alaska arrived to take part in the meet Saturday night. New Hampshire would pick up first place scoring a 194.650, Michigan State had a 193.425, Brown picked up a 191.500 elating Coach Carver-Milne, and her alma mater Alaska scored a 190.475.
UNH’s Ali Carr took first on Vault with a 9.85, fellow Wildcat Chelsea Steinberg had a 9.825, as did Michigan State’s Shanthi Teike. MSU’s Daneen Haba rounded out the top 3 scores with a 9.8
Over on the Bars, Austyn Fobes of UNH took the high score of 9.850, Jackie Berg of Michigan State was second with a 9.8, and Danielle Reibold of the home team was third scoring a 9.775.
On Beam, Reibold and teammate Katie Caliendo had a 9.8 to take 1st, Steinberg’s 9.775 was the second highest score, and MSU’s Kelsey Morley had a 9.75.
Steinberg took Floor with a 9.850, her comrades Courtney Connors and Tasia Percevecz each had 9.8s, and Brown’s Emily Lutfey had a 9.775
In the All Around, Steinberg had a 38.800 edging Lutfey’s 38.775. Brown’s Carli Wiesenfeld added a 38.250 for third.
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