Michigan State gymnastics hits the road Friday for the first of a three-meet road swing heading to No. 25 Iowa State for a quad meet with Big Ten opponent No. 19-ranked Minnesota and UW Stout.
Michigan State fell to Big Ten foe Illinois on Saturday night at Jenison Field House. The Illini outscored the Spartans by a 196.350-194.550 margin and retained the Victory Plank with the win.
Michigan State gymnastics returns home for the final regular season home meet on Saturday inside Jenison Field House, hosting the Fighting Illini of Illinois. Saturday’s meet will also serve as Senior Night, where the Spartans will recognize the senior class: Hailee Westney, Tessa Jaranowski, Victoria Huehn, and Anna Gamelo along with student coach Lindsey Lemke and student manager Jessie Livingston.
Michigan State gymnastics just missed tallying its third-straight score of 195.000 or better, finishing with a 194.950 in a dual at No. 7 Michigan Saturday afternoon at the Crisler Center.
Michigan State gymnastics hits the road Saturday to face in-state foe and No. 7-ranked Michigan in a dual meet slated to begin at 4 p.m. in the Crisler Center.
Michigan State posted a season-best team score of 195.550, but fell by five-hundredths of a point to visiting Penn State (195.600), on Sunday afternoon at Jenison Field House as part of the third-annual Tumbles and Takedowns meet with MSU Wrestling, and in front of a large crowd in attendance and a nationally televised audience on the Big Ten Network.
Michigan State gymnastics returns to action Sunday afternoon to host Penn State for the 3rd Annual Tumbles and Takedowns event featuring both the gymnastics and wrestling teams.
Michigan State gymnastics celebrated its 12th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Meet with a season-high score of 195.525 in a quad meet at Jenison Field House on Saturday night.
The Spartans return home Saturday to host the first quad meet of the 2018 season, competing against Pitt, Eastern Michigan and Big Ten opponent Rutgers. The meet is slated to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday’s meet will be the annual Pink Meet for the Spartans. Fans who wear pink will get in free for the event.
Michigan State gymnastics hit the road for the first time in the 2018 season, competing at Big Ten opponent Minnesota on Saturday night in Minneapolis at the Minnesota Sports Pavilion, falling to the Gophers by a final score of 196.075-194.925.
Michigan State gymnastics hits the road for the first time in the 2018 season, traveling to Big Ten opponent Minnesota on Saturday night for a meet slated to begin at 5 p.m. ET at Minnesota’s Sports Pavilion.
In its Big Ten opener, Michigan State gymnastics was edged by Iowa, 193.375-192.900 Saturday on Alumni Night at Jenison Field House.
Michigan State gymnastics will host Iowa in MSU’s Big Ten Conference opener on Saturday at 7 p.m. inside Jenison Field House.
In its season opener, Michigan State gymnastics was edged by Bowling Green 194.000-193.350 at Jenison Field House on Friday night. Junior Roya Shirley captured the all-around title with a career-best score of 39.075.
Coming off a successful 2017, the Spartans look to pick up where they left off after qualifying five individuals to the NCAA Regionals in Champaign, Illinois. Highlighting the returning squad is senior Hailee Westney who qualified for an appearance at the NCAA Regionals, earning a 9.800 on bars at the event. Westney was an All-Big Ten Championship team selection last season and tied a career-high 9.900 on bars against Iowa on Jan. 13.
Michigan State gymnastics hosted its annual Meet the Spartans event inside Jenison Field House Saturday afternoon in front of an energetic crowd. The meet featured performances in all four events, as a way for the Spartans to get a feel for an actual meet in preparation for the upcoming season.
Michigan State gymnasts Gabriella Douglas and Lea Mitchell have both been named as the Spartans’ Gymnasts to Watch for the 2017 season, announced by the conference on Thursday.
Michigan State gymnastics gave their fans a sneak peak of what is to come in the 2017-18 season Friday night in front of a standing room only crowd, welcoming fans to the annual Green and White Meet inside Jenison Field House.