By David F. Pendrys
SPRINGFIELD, MA – In a meeting of two Division 3 NCGA East women’s gymnastics teams, Springfield College posted a 188.7, and Cortland a 187.00 giving the Pride a Senior Day victory.
After the meet the team honored their four seniors, Ashley Parchinski, Madi Bowen, Lauren White, and Briana Kerr who have all contributed to the team in important ways throughout their careers at SC.
Cortland’s Rachel Filipski had the best vault score of the meet as she flew to a 9.625 Her teammate’s filled in the next four places with Lily Szafranski’s 9.550, Bailey Gildemeyer’s 9.525, and Emma Schulz’s 9.500. Bowen led SC with a 9.45, Taylor Jackson had a 9.4, and Heather Gomes landed a 9.375 for the Pride’s top 3 finishes.
Kerr and Cortland’s Sidney McConnell had the top Bars score of the day with their 9.7s. SC’s Taylor Jackson swung to a 9.65. White picked up a personal best on the event.
On the Beam, Jessica Clemens took first place for Springfield with her personal best 9.675 score. White had a personal best of 9.450 as well, and Jackson was third with a 9.425, also for a career high. Cortland’s Emma Schulz led her team with a 9.3, and SC’s Taylor Campagnone tied that score as well.
Tali Twomey tied the school record on Floor with a career high of 9.825. Bowen set a new career high on senior day with a 9.775, and Schulz picked up that score as well. Szafranski flipped to a 9.7, Gildemeyer had a 9.675 and White put up a career high of 9.625. Campagnone also had a personal best of 9.5 on the event.
Clemens was the lone All Arounder and she compiled a 35.725 tally.
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