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Gymnastics hopes to continue momentum

The BG gymnastics team will look for its second win as they travel west to St. Charles, Mo. to play the Lindenwood University Lions.

The Falcons will perform against non-conference opponents for the first time in three weeks. The Lindenwood Lions are 1-7 on the year, coming off their best performance of the season in a loss to a familiar Texas Woman’s University team. The Lions scored a school record 191.250 against TWU. The Lions’ Emily Turik earned Gymnast of the Week honors in the Midwest Independent Conference.

Coach Kerrie Beach said after last the loss against Kent State this past Saturday that she thought the team played well.

“All the girls had bright spots,” She said. “It’s something to build on.”

The Falcons produced season high scores for the balance beam and floor exercise routines in the loss to Kent State, 195.800-193.825.

The Falcons are 1-4 (1-2 MAC) on the season.

Megan Harrington said she had a strong meet against Kent State.

“We work a lot on confidence and repetition,” Harrington said. “We do a lot of pressure sets. Everyone stops and looks at you while you are performing so there is a lot of pressure on you.”

Alyssa Nocella posted her highest marks of the season scoring an all around season best, 38.825. She said she plans on working on things such as handstands and dismounts.

The Falcons are focused on more than just a simple win this week.

“I have expressed to our team that hitting a score of 195 in February is an excellent milestone,” Beach said. “We have the routines to do that, so this could be our weekend.”

The meet against the Lions is set to begin Saturday at 6 p.m. in Hyland Arena.

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