On a memorable Senior Night, school records fell as No. 12 Michigan State gymnastics set a new school record with a 197.575 en route to decisive win over Western Michigan at a rowdy Jenison Field House on Saturday night. The Broncos ended with a school record of their own with a score of 196.725, but the night belonged to the Green and White.
No. 16 Michigan State gymnastics is primed for its final home meet of the season this Saturday, March 5 against Western Michigan. The Spartans will also celebrate the team’s five graduating seniors, Sydney Ewing, Ashley Hofelich, Lea Mitchell, Alaina Raybon, and Alyssa Wiedeman throughout the meet, which will begin at 7 p.m. inside Jenison Field House.
Michigan State gymnast Skyla Schulte was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Tuesday afternoon by the B1G conference. This gives the Spartans back-to-back Freshman of the Week accolades, as this week’s award for Schulte comes on the heels of fellow freshman Gabrielle Stephen’s honor last week. Overall, this gives Schulte her third Freshman of the Week nod this season.
No. 10 Michigan State gymnastics fell 197.075-196.850 in head-to-head action at Ohio State on Saturday night. MSU came away with three individual event titles and outscored the Buckeyes on beam 49.450-48.875.
No. 14 Michigan State gymnastics took first place at the Saturday Session of the Big Five Meet hosted by Elevate the Stage on Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio, posting a season-best road score of 196.975. With the victory in the second night of the two-part Big Five meet, the Spartans now sit at second-place overall in the Big Ten standings.
No. 14 Michigan State gymnastics is set to compete at the annual Big Five meet on Saturday, Feb. 19 inside the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio. The Spartans will face off against No. 6 Minnesota, No. 35 Penn State, No. 36 Nebraska and No. 41 Rutgers, with the action beginning at 7 p.m.
Michigan State gymnastics shattered the school record with a new program-high 197.425, topping Illinois’ 196.400 on Sunday afternoon in MSU’s inaugural “Erase Hate” meet at a spirited Jenison Field House. “We’re ecstatic,” MSU head coach Mike Rowe said. “We knew it would happen one day. This morning, I told the team, ‘you’ve got to stop trying for the 197 and just do what you do every single day.’ To not worry about anything else except the little details that we’ve worked so hard on and it’ll come, and that’s what happened. This week is going to be dedicated to a lot more consistency and paying attention to those little details every day.”
Following Friday night’s road meet at Central Michigan, Michigan State gymnastics is back in action Sunday, February 13 for a conference dual meet with Illinois. The meet is scheduled to begin inside Jenison Field House at 4 p.m. Fans are welcomed to attend under Michigan State’s Vaccination Policy for Spectators.
Michigan State gymnastics put on another record-setting performance on Friday night against Central Michigan and Western Michigan on the road in Mount Pleasant, posting a 196.500 and winning their fourth meet of the season.
No. 15 Michigan State gymnastics prepares for a packed weekend as they travel to Central Michigan for a tri-meet with Western Michigan on Friday (Feb. 11), before hosting Illinois in a televised conference dual on Sunday (Feb. 13). Friday’s meet starts at 7 p.m. in Mount Pleasant, and Sunday marks MSU’s second appearance on national television this season, with the meet airing on the Big Ten Network at 4 p.m.
Michigan State gymnastics registered its season-high for the second-straight meet with a 196.875, topping Maryland’s 195.950 Saturday night at the Jenison Field House. MSU celebrated both Alumni Night and National Girls and Women In Sports Night, honoring several alumni on hand after the meet.
No. 15 Michigan State gymnastics returns home on Saturday, February 5 for a meet with Maryland inside Jenison Field House beginning at 7 p.m.Saturday’s meet will also honor the program’s alumni with an Alumni Day celebration. Spartan gymnastics alums will participate in activities throughout the night and will receive special recognition at the conclusion of the meet. In addition, Sunday will serve as a celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, with fellow Spartan women’s teams being recognized during the meet and participating in activities throughout Jenison Field House.
Michigan State gymnast Skyla Schulte was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week for the second time this season, the conference announced Tuesday afternoon. Schulte was previously named Freshman of the Week on Jan. 10 after MSU’s first meet of 2022 at UC Davis with Sacramento State.
No. 15 Michigan State gymnastics posted its second-highest score in school history with a 196.775 in a high-scoring top-25 road match at No. 1 Michigan on Saturday afternoon in Ann Arbor, before getting edged by the defending National Champion Wolverines, 197.925-196.775.
No. 15 Michigan State women’s gymnastics hits the road this Sunday, Jan. 30, for a conference dual with in-state rival No. 1 Michigan. The meet featuring the Spartans and the defending National Champion Wolverines is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. inside the Crisler Center in Ann Arbor. Sunday’s showdown between the two teams will be nationally televised on ESPNU.
No. 15 Michigan State gymnastics was edged by No. 16 Iowa Saturday night at Jenison Field House in the 15th annual Jan Howard Breast Cancer Awareness pink meet, 196.475-196.350. MSU suffered its first loss of the season, falling to 4-1 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten action
No. 15 Michigan State gymnastics is back at home on Saturday, January 22 to host Iowa in the Spartans’ Big Ten season opener. The meet is scheduled for a 7 p.m. start inside Jenison Field House. The Spartans are returning to Jenison for their second straight home meet, which will also serve as the 15th Annual Jan Howard Breast Cancer Awareness pink meet. Fans who arrive wearing pink will receive free admission to the event.
Michigan State gymnast Gabrielle Stephen was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week, the conference announced Monday afternoon. This is Stephen’s first Freshman of the Week Award, and the second in as many weeks for the Spartans. She was also named a Big Ten Gymnast to Watch prior to the start of the season.
Michigan State gymnastics earned its sixth-best team score in history, capturing a team scored 196.472 to breeze past Illinois State and Bowling Green in its home opener Saturday night at Jenison Field House.