The Michigan State gymnastics team wrapped up its season with five individuals competing in the NCAA Regional on Saturday night in Champaign, Ill. Nicola Deans (all around), Kira Frederick (floor), Elena Lagoski (floor), Lindsey Lemke (bars) and Hailee Westney (bars) all represented the Spartans.
Michigan State gymnastics has four individuals travelling to compete in the NCAA Regional in Champaign, Ill., this weekend. The meet will take place on the campus of the University of Illinois in the State Farm Center on Saturday, April 1 and is set to begin at 5 p.m. ET. Nicola Deans will compete in the all-around competition, Elena Lagoski and Kira Frederick will represent the Spartans on the floor, while Hailee Westney will compete on the uneven bars.
Michigan State gymnastics had four individuals qualify for the NCAA Regionals, as announced during the selection show late Monday afternoon. Nicola Deans will compete in the all-around competition, Elena Lagoski and Kira Frederick will represent the Spartans on the floor, while Hailee Westney will compete on the uneven bars. The meet set to take place at 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 1, in Champaign, Illinois.
The Michigan State women’s gymnastics team won the first session at the Big Ten Championships and finished tied sixth overall with a team score of 195.200 on Saturday afternoon in Piscataway, N.J. It was MSUs best team finish since 2010 when the Spartans finished fourth.
The Michigan State gymnastics team travels to the Big Ten Championships this weekend in Piscataway, N.J. MSU will compete in the early session set to start at noon on Saturday, March 18 along with Maryland, Rutgers and Minnesota. The night session will begin at 5 p.m. and will feature Ohio State, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Penn State and Michigan.
Michigan State seniors Nicola Deans and Kira Frederick have each been named to the All-Big Ten Second Team, as announced by the conference office on Monday.
The Michigan State gymnastics team finished fourth at the Big Five Meet in Champaign, Ill. on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans finished with a score of 194.650, while Nebraska won the meet with a score of 196.650.
The Michigan State gymnastics team travels to Champaign, Ill. for the Big Five Meet on Saturday, March 11 to face off with Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska and Ohio State. The meet is set to start at 2 p.m. ET and will air live on BTN.
Michigan State gymnastics put on an impressive performance on Senior Day and defeated Bowling Green, 195.600-193.600. It was the Spartans second-highest score of the season, while senior Elena Lagoski (vault), junior Lindsey Lemke (bars) and senior Nicola Deans (floor) all took home event titles to lead the Spartans, including Deans’ career-high 9.950 on the floor which is tied for the fifth best individual floor exercise score in school history.
Michigan State women’s gymnastics closes out the non-conference portion of its schedule with a pair of meets this weekend, beginning with a quad meet at Pittsburgh on Friday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m., with the host Panthers along with West Virginia and Towson. The weekend concludes with the final home meet of the season at Jenison Field House, as the Spartans host Bowling Green on Senior Day with the meet set to start at 2 p.m.
Michigan State scored a big win over No. 21 Arkansas on Saturday afternoon, downing the Razorbacks 195.550 185.275. The Spartans scored their second highest meet score for the season, behind the 195.625 MSU recorded in its meet vs. Michigan two weeks ago. The Spartans improve to 4-6, while the No. 21 Razorbacks fall to 2-6 overall.
The Michigan State gymnastics team hosts No. 21 Arkansas for a meet on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. inside of Jenison Field House. It is the annual Jan Howard Breast Cancer Awareness Meet and fans are encouraged to wear pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness.
The Michigan State gymnastics team dropped its Friday night contest at Illinois, 196.550-194.025. Illinois improves to 7-3 overall with a 4-2 mark in conference action and takes home the ‘Victory Plank’ rivalry trophy between the two schools.
The Michigan State gymnastics teams travels to Champaign, Ill., to square off with Illinois on Friday night at 8 p.m. ET in Huff Hall. The teams will be battling for the Victory Plank, a rivalry trophy between the two schools in its eighth season of existence that goes to the winner each year.
As first reported by the Lansing State Journal, head coach of the MSU women’s gymnastics team Kathie Klages has been suspended by the university amidst the sexual assault investigation of former team doctor Larry Nassar.
Source: The State News
On Alumni Day, Michigan State gymnastics earned a season-high score of 195.625 in a loss to No. 7 Michigan at Jenison Field House on Saturday. The Wolverines won the meet with a score of 196.025.
The Michigan State gymnastics team hosts No. 7 Michigan on Saturday at Jenison Field House at 2 p.m. It is also the Alumni Meet for MSU, as it welcomes back former MSU gymnasts to be recognized at the end of the meet. It’s so exciting to have the alumni come back,” said head coach Kathie Klages. “It just warms my heart to see them and see where they are and what they’re doing with their lives. Pride swells every time this meet comes around.”
The Michigan State gymnastics team was defeated by Penn State, 195.925-194.775, on Saturday night in University Park, Pa. It was the Spartans highest score of the season and senior Nicola Deans registered a career-high score of 39.375 to finish second in the all-around competition, while tying her career on on vault and picking up a season-high score on beam.
The Michigan State gymnastics team travels to University Park, Pa. to take on Penn State on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 4 p.m. ET at REC Hall. MSU is 3-3 on the season and looking for its first Big Ten win, while Penn State is 4-2 on the year and 1-2 in the conference.
The Michigan State women’s gymnastics team finished second in a quad meet at Rutgers with Cornell and Ursinus college on Saturday night at The RAC in Piscataway, N.J. The Spartans finished with a team score of 194.050, while Rutgers came away with the win with a 194.875. Cornell finished third with 193.525 and Urinus College scored 191.350.