Eleven members of the 2019 Michigan State gymnastics team have been named Scholar All-Americans by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA) as announced on Monday, August 19. Ashley Beatty, Tristan Brown, Gabriella Douglas, Sydney Ewing, Molly Hoerner-O’Malley, Ashley Hofelich, Jessica Ling, Madison McHale, Lea Mitchell, Jenna Wicker and Alyssa Wiedeman were all recognized for having a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the 2018-19 academic year.
Michigan State Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams head to the NCAA tournament, Roya Shirley from MSU Gymnastics talks about her journey through the sport, players from MSU Volleyball volunteer their time on Spring Break, and Michigan State Football players show off their skills at the annual Pro Day.
Michigan State gymnastics returns to East Lansing for its only Big Ten home dual of the month as Rutgers visits Jenison Field House on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. The Spartans welcome back former gymnasts on Alumni Day with recognition taking place after the meet.
Sisters Jessica and Amanda Ling started participating in sports when they were young. At that time, however, their parents did not know that they would end up being Division I athletes.
Michigan State gymnastics takes to the road for the second straight week, for the first Big Ten dual of the season at No. 9 Michigan on Friday, Jan. 18 at UM’s Crisler Center at 7 p.m. The Wolverines are the fifth nationally ranked team the Spartans have faced in the first three weeks of the season.
Michigan State gymnastics faced three teams ranked in the top-15 of the Road to Nationals standings Saturday, finishing in third place with a score of 194.900 at the Collegiate Challenge.
Michigan State gymnastics takes to the road for the first time in 2019 with a quad meet against three teams ranked in the top-15 of the Road To Nationals week one standings at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge.
Michigan State gymnastics had successful Spartan debuts from freshmen Ashley Hofelich and Alaina Raybon, as they each won an event in MSU’s season-opening dual meet with North Carolina State Saturday afternoon at Jenison Field House.
Michigan State gymnastics opens the 2019 season hosting the No. 25-ranked NC State Wolfpack for a 2 p.m. start at Jenison Field House Saturday.
Sophomore Lea Mitchell and junior Gabriella Douglas have been named Michigan State’s Big Ten Gymnasts to Watch for the 2018-19 season as announced by the conference Thursday.
Michigan State gymnastics opened the 2018-19 competition season with the annual Green and White Meet Saturday afternoon at Jenison Field House.
Michigan State gymnastics hosts its annual Green and White meet Saturday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. inside Jenison Field House. The intrasquad meet is free admission to fans with doors opening at 12:30 p.m.The Green & White meet will provide Spartan fans with a first glimpse at the 2019 gymnastics team in a meet-like setting. The team has been split and the meet will be a chance for the gymnasts to practice routines in front of judges before the regular season officially opens in January.
Michigan State women’s gymnastics head coach Mike Rowe announced the Spartans’ 2019 schedule Wednesday. The schedule is highlighted by four home meets, including Big Ten opponents Ohio State (Jan. 27) and Rutgers (Feb. 16). The Spartans will host ACC program NC State for the first home dual of the season on January 5 and will close out the home schedule with a quad-meet on Senior Night against Ball State, Illinois-Chicago, and Alaska (Mar. 17).
Michigan State Athletics and PNC Bank are partnering to recognize the PNC Achievers Student-Athletes of the Month. Throughout the 2018-19 season, deserving Spartan student-athletes will be recognized for displaying well-rounded achievement through leadership in the classroom, in the community, and in competition. The honorees for October are DeJuan Jones (men’s soccer), Erin Neely (women’s swimming & diving) and Molly Hoerner-O’Malley (gymnastics).
Michigan State women’s gymnastics head coach Mike Rowe welcomes the addition of six new gymnasts to the 2019 roster, including five freshmen and one transfer.
One of these situations resulted in a conviction. The other is more sound in its supposition than its evidence. There’s a reason other news outlets haven’t run with ESPN’s angle. he NCAA’s letter just squeezed these two stories together again. And, in doing so, made it hard to believe they thoroughly scrubbed the basketball and football programs at MSU. Because it’s really hard to believe their Nassar investigation found nothing.
Source: Lansing State Journal
Eight members of the 2018 Michigan State gymnastics team have been named Scholar All-Americans by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA). Ashley Beatty, Gabriella Douglas, Anna Gamelo, Jessica Ling, Lea Mitchell, Madison McHale, Molly Hoerner O’Malley and Victoria Huehn were all recognized for having a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the 2017-18 academic year.
Michigan State gymnastics will be competing in two Elevate the Stage events during the 2019 season. The event, which features a podium competition, will be held in both Toledo, Ohio and Birmingham, Alabama this upcoming season.
Michigan State gymnastics finished the 2018 season with two individuals competing in the NCAA Regional on Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio. Freshman Lea Mitchell competed in the all-around, while senior Hailee Westney performed on bars.
Michigan State gymnastics has two individuals traveling to compete in the NCAA Regional in Columbus, Ohio, hosted by Ohio State University on Saturday. The meet will take place inside St. John Arena and will begin at 6 p.m. ET.