PHILADELPHIA – On Sunday afternoon, the Temple women’s gymnastics staff concluded their tri-meet compared to West Chester and the College of New Hampshire in file-location vogue as they broke the team report on beam with a 49.325, tied the college history on the floor with a 49.375. Sophomore Brooke Donabedian tied the school record on the floor with a 9.950. The Owls completed in second area powering UNH (195.950) with a 195.150, but in advance of WCU (192.950).


HOW IT Happened

> The 49.325 score that the beam crew place jointly, broke a record that was just established two weeks ago at No. 29 NC Point out when they scored 49.300.

> The Owls also tied the floor file that was set previously this 12 months on Feb. 4 at Towson.

> Donabedian concluded first on the beam as she tied a 22-yr outdated document from Anne Koerner (2000) with a 9.95.

> Senior Ariana Castrence gained the all-about title with the correct rating, 39.275, she had a few days ago in a quad fulfill with Bridgeport, SCSU, and Maryland. It is really the next time this time, and the third time in her job, she’s tied the 3rd-greatest rating in school record. Castrence’s all-close to complete score was aided by a profession-finest on the beam with a 9.925, ending for a tie for 1st spot.

> The Cherry and White gained staff occasion titles on the vault, beam, and floor.

> UNH’s Kylie Gorgenyi won the unique celebration titles on the vault and bars with matching 9.850’s.



> All six out gymnasts scored 9.700 or above in the 1st rotation, while as a staff, they scored 48.825.

> Castrence led the Owls with a 9.800, ending in third-put all round, marking the fifth consecutive satisfy she’s was equipped to access that mark.

> Sisters Hannah Stallings and Sarah Stallings would tie fourth all round with 9.775’s.

> Senior Julianna Roland realized a 9.750, the sixth straight fulfill she’s tallied at the very least a 9.750.

> Mackenzie Aresta (9.725) and Anna Hill (9.700) rounded out the Temple staff.



> TU scored a 47.625 on the bars rotation two to fall guiding its two opponents.

> Castrence led the Temple with a 9.775, though Sarah Stallings added 9.750, and senior Caitlin Gray added a 9.725.



> Castrence and Roland tied the time-significant on the beam for the Owls with the to start with-place rating of 9.925, aiding set the staff university document with a 49.325.

> In the leadoff situation, Renee Schugman and Hannah Stallings were being important with a pair of 9.875’s. For Schugman, the rating is a new job-large, though Stallings tied her profession-ideal from Feb. 12 at No. 26 UNC.

> Donabedian rounded out the strong performances for TU, with a 9.725.



> Temple designed up a great deal of ground in the fourth rotation, but it just wasn’t quite ample.

> TU tied the faculty history on the ground with a 49.375, with the help of Donabedian’s college tying document rating of 9.95.

> Schugman led off as she tied a vocation-superior 9.875, and Roland was subsequent with a 9.850.

> Veterans Tori Edwards and Faith Leary went again-to-again and gave the Owls a battling likelihood at the finish with 9.8-as well as scores. Edwards would incorporate a 9.875 for the fourth of the period, and Leary extra a 9.850, her sixth 9.850 or improved this time.

Temple finishes out the normal period on the highway as they travel to Minneapolis, Minn., on March 12 at 4:00 p.m. ET with a tri-meet at the University of Minnesota with Utah State and LIU. Temple will then journey to Washington, D.C., on March 19 for the EAGL Championships the following week.


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