March 14, 2013
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The Maryland gymnastics team travels to Morgantown to take on No. 21 West Virginia and Rutgers Friday at 7 p.m.
The three teams competed on Feb. 17 in College Park with the Terps taking first with a 196.175. Sophomore Stephanie Giameo led the team with a 39.250 in the all-around, and junior Katy Dodds anchored Maryland with a 9.875 on vault and a 9.950 on floor.
The Terps (14-2-1, 7-1-1 EAGL) finished their home schedule Sunday with a win over Central Michigan and Yale. On Senior Night, Maryland was lead by its two seniors, Ally Krikorian and Kesley Cofsky. Both had dominant performances on beam and helped launch the Terps to the win.Cofsky posted a 9.875 on the apparatus, while Krikorian notched a personal-best 9.925. Cofsky went on to win the all-around for the first time in her career with a 39.275.
A free video stream will be available through wvusports.com.
Live stats will also be available through wvusports.com, as well, once the meet begins.
Scouting the Scarlet Knights
Rutgers (12-10, 2-2 EAGL) beat Towson, 195.550-194.500 in its last meet Friday. Luisa Leal led the Scarlet Knights, winning gold in the all-around, on bars, beam and floor.Rutgers posted a 195.050 at Comcast Center earlier this season.
Scouting the Mountaineers
West Virginia (11-7, 1-1 Big 12) has won its last three meets, with the latest coming over George Washington. The Mountaineers posted a 195.450, their second-best of the season. West Virginia competed without senior Alaska Richardson, who was out with a hamstring strain.
Kaylyn Millick won her fourth all-around in five weeks with a 39.225. Jaida Lawrence earned gold on vault with a 9.875, and Hope Sloanhoffer won on beam with a 9.850.West Virginia earned a 195.775 in its last meet with the Terps and Scarlet Knights.
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