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.
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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.
The Michigan State gymnastics teams travels to Piscataway, N.J., to face Rutgers, Cornell and Ursinus College this weekend in its first quad meet of the season. The meet will take place on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. ET in Livingston Gym on the campus of Rutgers. The meet can be streamed lived on the Rutgers Athletics Facebook page, or fans can go to msuspartans.com for a live results link.
Michigan State fell to visiting Minnesota on Friday night at Jenison Field House, edged by the Golden Gophers by a score of 193.875-193.000. The Spartans were battling a rash of illnesses and a few injuries that continued to challenge the depth of their lineup, but still got first-place finishes on three of the four events. It was the second annual Tumbles and Takedowns event, paired with the MSU wrestlers who took on CMU simultaneously.
The Michigan State gymnastics team returns to action on Friday, Jan. 20 in the 2nd annual Tumbles and Takedowns event, featuring both the MSU gymnastics and wrestling teams. The gymnasts welcome No. 21 Minnesota to Jenison Field House and the wrestlers will simultaneously take on Central Michigan.
Scott Westerman talks with Asst. AD Kevin Pauga, Wrestling Coach Roger Chandler, Gymnastics Coach Kathy Klages and Women’s Tennis Coach Kim Bruno
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The No. 26 Michigan State gymnastics team fell to No. 24 Iowa, 195-475-193.875, in the first Big Ten meet of the season. Hailee Westney won the bars competition, tying her career high with a score of 9.900, while Kira Frederick won the floor competition with a 9.875. Nicola Deans and Iowa’s Charlotte Sullivan tied in the All-Around with scores of 39.050, marking the first All-Around title for the senior.
The No. 26 Michigan State gymnastics team travels to Iowa City on Friday for its first road meet of the season and will take on the No. 24 Hawkeyes at 7 p.m. ET in Carver Hawkeye Arena. The meet will be streamed live on BTN Plus, and fans can follow livestats at msuspartans.com.
Michigan State opened its 2017 season with a 194.175-191.475 victory over visiting Illinois-Chicago on Friday night at Jenison Field House. The Spartans combined several career-best performances from returning veterans with strong debuts from its freshman class to secure the commanding victory, earning event victories in each of the four disciplines.
The Michigan State gymnastics team opens up its season on Friday at home vs. the University of Illinois-Chicago. The meet is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET in Jenison Fieldhouse. The meet will be streamed live on BTN Plus and livestats can be found on msuspartans.com.